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June 26, 2007

Scientific Breakthrough by Local Board of Education

Maryland's Montgomery County Board of Education has made an astonishing discovery: gay activist rhetoric that babies are born homosexual is actually true, and consequently will be taught as fact to students.

This was established not through any tedious scientific process, but through the timesaving expedient of bureaucratic fiat.

Montgomery County curriculum for the 8th grade instructs teachers as follows:

Say to students, "Sexual orientation is innate and a complex part of one's personality."

In addition to ruling out the free will that makes life meaningful, the curriculum fails to mention the lethal health risks associated with sexual deviancy. Parents should be appreciative; public schools' advocacy of homosexuality isn't always so subtle.

No doubt the scientific community is scrambling to keep up by producing evidence. Maybe they could use the same sort of computer models that prove the global warming hoax is real. Fat government grants are sure to flow in for such crucial research, so long as the correct results are obtained.

On a tip from Wiggins.

Posted by Van Helsing at June 26, 2007 7:10 AM

Comments

Why the heck are these people so darn obsessed with homosexuality? Their whole world revolves around deviant sex.

I saw something recently about some gay veterans memorial or something somewhere. They're special, you see, they need their own memorial or whatever.

Posted by: Steve at June 26, 2007 10:23 AM

Your point is well taken Steve. Just why ARE they obsessed with their sexual identity if it's so "normal"?

Obvious as hell answer to those of us who have sense: When reduced to 10% soul, 90% dildo, the obsession becomes the ultimate reality infecting and diminishing all other aspects of their being. That fact alone should cause one to pause given the propaganda shoved down our throats to accept this deathstyle as "normal".

Posted by: fellowes at June 26, 2007 8:27 PM