Monday, September 06, 2010

Oh Boy, A Morality Survey!

American Morality Survey

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Radical homosexuals claim YOU support same-sex marriage, special job rights and promotion of homosexuality in schools. Please fill out the survey below and let your voice be heard.

Contacting and organizing pro-family conservatives costs a great deal of money. After filling out the American Morality Survey below, please consider chipping in with a donation to Public Advocate of the United States to keep this program running.

1. Should businesses, schools, churches and daycares be required by law to hire and advance homosexuals or face prosecution and multimillion-dollar lawsuits?


4. Do you support same-sex "marriage" or marriage-like benefits for homosexual couples, such as adoption?


2. Do you support the use of taxpayer dollars for AIDS-awareness programs and homosexual research grants?


5. Should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn traditional marriage between one man and one woman?


3. Should homosexuality be promoted in school as a healthy lifestyle choice rather than leaving education on such matters up to the child's parents?





Okay, the above internet ad gets cut off on my blog page, so you don't get to see their enigmatic use of the apostrophe. I'm a pro-family guy, so let's take it serious and try to answer these questions, which I will reprint for you below in boldface. If you would like to respond yourself, go here.

1. Should businesses, schools, churches and daycares be required by law to hire and advance homosexuals or face prosecution and multimillion-dollar lawsuits?

Omigod! Has this been happening? Can we name a single business, school, church, or day-care facility that has been forced to hire homosexuals? Oh wait. Oh, I get it. You don't like discrimination laws that require businesses to grant homosexuals the same rights as same-sex employees. In other words, freedom means "freedom for me to discriminate against them fags." So my answer is yes, I think employers should be required to follow laws against arbitrary discrimination on the basis of sexual preference. And if you think of that as coercive, then that's what you're going to think.


Do you support the use of taxpayer dollars for AIDS-awareness programs and homosexual research grants?


Do I think it's a good idea to spread reliable information in the public interest about AIDS? Um, sure. What in the heck is a "homosexual research grant?" Are the grants themselves homosexual? (Hmmm. "Grant." That is kind of a gay name.) And -- oh, WAIT! You folks still think of AIDS as a gay disease? That is sooooooo 1982! The HIV virus does not have a sexual preference, dahlink. It does not discriminate the straight from the gay -- it's very broad-minded.

Which means broad-minded is like being the HIV virus. Broad-minded, bad. So I answer "no" -- education bad! Broad minded bad! Gay bad!

Should homosexuality be promoted in school as a healthy lifestyle choice rather than leaving education on such matters up to the child's parents?

We teachers are kind of busy trying to make A.Y.P. so our schools don't get shut down. Kind of kills the mood for talking to kids about sex. When professional sex educators are allowed to speak to our children at all, they don't make it their business to "promote" sexual behavior, gay or straight. They teach children about the reproductive system and the risks of sexual activity.

Do you support same-sex "marriage" or marriage-like benefits for homosexual couples, such as adoption?

Well, yeah -- I said I was pro-family, remember? There is no research showing gay parents to be inferior, and no sensible reason that two homosexuals should not be allowed to enter into a legal marriage with full rights and benefits.

Should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn traditional marriage between one man and one woman?

They don't have the capacity to do any such thing. This is nonsense and needs to be called out as such.

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