Friday, January 07, 2011

Parent One, Parent Two to replace references to mother, father on passport forms

"The State Department has decided to make U.S. passport application forms "gender neutral" by removing references to mother and father, officials said, in favor of language that describes one's parentage somewhat less tenderly. "

Somewhat “less tenderly” and a lot less accurately. First there is the repeal of DADT, where military personnel can now be “openly gay” while in service. What on earth could that possibly be? Does that mean that the parade of tanks will now include a float of confused men in pink camo? Will the PFC kiss his lieutenant when sent off into combat? Somehow, "openly gay" in a military setting just seems like an oxymoron. Gay in the military should be unknown unless the soldier is being sexually demonstrative, which is already inappropriate and not allowed. So how, under such existing guidelines can "open gayness" be expressed? The next year should prove most illuminating if not perversely entertaining. But without this first step of national acceptance the "gay marriage" will have a very step hill to climb. And so, repeal DADT and now it's just another step in the program of capitulation for anyone who is accurately cognizant enough to see "gay marriage" for what it is: a counterfeit, being foisted on the majority of the public by the minority of the emotionally misaligned .

The gay agenda can never advance at all without, first, the removal of truthful accuracy in favor of euphemisms that camouflage the truth. Accurately, the 'gayness' of gays isn't really gay at all. It's a lot more like 'bitter, vindictive, spiteful, jealous and bitchy' than 'happy, glad, joyful, mirthful and pleasant'. The anti-social decay and destructive hatred of self and society, which is the hallmark of the gay movement, becomes way too obvious to be accepted by any society that isn’t already so inebriated that it no longer cares what is going where. The 'in-your-face' revolting character of the 'Pride' festivals makes that all too obvious. How could anyone feel true pride in being singled out -no- singling oneself out as a freak? Pride in being a freak is nothing short of an Alice in Wonderland experience of 'up is down, black is white, in is out' opposition to the truth of the matter. Without euphemistic denial of the truth, all would be plain and homosexuality would be viewed as the aberration that it is.

So now we need a State Department that is afraid to admit that, without a mother and a father, a human can’t come into being. "Parent One and Parent Two" implies that some dodo thinks two men or two women are actually capable of producing offspring. A complete denial of the biological scientific truth, yet they will be the first to complain that Creationism isn’t scientific truth. Those that are atheistic, that is. Those that claim to be religious must first deny the truth of their religious scripture, substituting fantasy, before they can proceed to deceive themselves about the just rewards for their chosen behavior, if not, for them, their normal mental state.

I am, once again, reminded of the telling Reagan quote:

"We're at war with the most dangerous enemy that has ever faced mankind in his long climb from the swamp to the stars. It has been said that if we lose that war, and in so doing lose this way of freedom of ours,  history will record with the greatest astonishment, that those who had the most to lose did the least to prevent its happening."R. Reagan
Parent One, Parent Two to replace references to mother, father on passport forms

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