Sunday, April 22, 2012

To Jeannie Chambers, of Primghar, Iowa

Wow, what a proud, young gentleman -- letting the jerks bully a girl who's already dealing with twice the hormones that he is. And this as his scheme to relieve himself of the accountability of his own, deliberate decisions.  You really raised him to revere womanhood; didn't you, Jeannie?
Furthermore, it is his mother's fault that he offed himself (if that was, in fact, what happened): Nice parenting skills, Jeannie. Way to teach your kid to protect and defend himself, and to let others' opinions of him roll off his back. Maybe you should have taught him to keep personal things between himself, his family, and his doctor, when he's in circumstances in which he would obviously be vulnerable. And did it ever occur to you to teach him that in high school, everybody is ready and waiting to stab you in the back? Reeeally solid parenting skills, you putz, reeeally solid. Couldn't raise your boy with any sense, could ya? With your brand of parenting, your little girl will pop herself off before long.

Stop and Disapprove PM 602-0061

Please forward to Pearl Chang, the Acting Chief of the Office of Policy and Strategy:

Don't give government approval to transgendered sexual sin or mental illness.  Marriage is only valid between one man and one woman BEFORE they have any sex-changes.  NOBODY should cut in line for special immigration privileges just because they self-mutilate their own genitals, or pretend to be the opposite gender. 
Such behavior is an atrocity in the eyes of God and of our Mother Nature/Mother Earth.
The difference between male and female is the presence or absence of a Y Chromosome.
Try again when you can change the sex chromosomes in every trace of DNA in a person's body.
(Not that that would change the person's actual gender, since our spirits were created gender-specific, long before our bodies were created.)

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

To a Smurfy User on Yahoo!:

I think you misunderstood my meaning of the word "participants." I used the word, and put it in quotation marks, because I do not consider a collective group of strangers a "community." It is laughable to call them such. GLBT participants are what you "lessers" would call "the GLBT community." GLBT participants are no more a community than all the black people in this country are a community. Not EVERY black person gets their panties in a bunch over the shooting of a black teenager. Those who do BELIEVE they are a community in and of themselves, but they are just a rioting mob, that's all.
I know bullying the GLBT participants is not the same as bullying somebody over the color of their skin. I know of only ONE black guy who actually CHOSE to have his skin be darkened that deeply (it was a social experiment). The entirety of GLBT participants are such by their own, individual, choices. These are lifestyles, just as being straight is a lifestyle, or a subset of various lifestyles. It would far sooner be okay to pick on people who chose, and continue to choose, a certain lifestyle, or subset of lifestyles, than it would be to pick on people over aspects of their life over which they never had any control. GLBTs do not deserve a special day. I will not waste one moment of breath preventing people from being held accountable for their decisions that effect others (and such decisions do affect others). Just as I hold people accountable for, for example, giving or receiving r0@d he@d. Such activities are deadly dangerous, and can dole death or worse to those their vehicle may collide with. What on earth could be so immediately necessary that a guy would have to get off while he's driving, and what kind of woman would care so little about the world in which she lives that she would assist a guy in getting a thrill so purely selfish? There is no day of awareness for protest of that specific activity; I know that. (It is not what people are talking about when they say "safe sex.")
Furthermore, it is a pretty pathetic society that needs a special holiday to celebrate one's ancestry, the color of one's skin, to "raise awareness" of diseases which some consider special, somehow, or of societal problems that some consider worse than others, somehow, and so forth. Why can't you morons be aware of society's problems as you see them come up, as you come across them? And you jerks call me ignorant. Truly, it is you, who are the ignorant ones.
And I don't need to tolerate your bad decisions; I merely need to stop short of taking away your rights, as guaranteed by the Founding Fathers. You can still pursue happiness while I tell you why you are wrong in your decision, and I am well-within my rights to tell you to stop looking God's gift-horse in the mouth and kicking it in the teeth.