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Sunday, January 21, 2007

Catch of the day

Does the hypocrisy of The Left know no bounds? As I have pointed out here before, liberals rank sex-change operations right up there with early childhood immunizations and Sesame Street as necessities for raising healthy, well-adapted children. How surprising it is that we can now add transsexualism to the growing list of things they were for before they were against:
Several chemicals, including one banned in the United States, have been found in the Potomac River and its tributaries, where pollution is suspected of causing some species of male fish to develop female sexual traits, scientists said.

Water samples taken at eight sites in West Virginia and blood plasma from small-mouth bass were analyzed as part of an investigation into the increase of so called "intersex fish" in which males produce immature eggs in their testes, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

A study released Wednesday said pesticides, flame retardants, personal-care products and a banned fungicide were identified in the water or the fish. ...

Potential sources of contamination include wastewater treatment plants, runoff from agricultural activities and industrial wastewater, the report said.
It's hard to determine what caused this change of heart. It's possible that seeing their agenda of gender fluidity coming to fruition brought them to their all too scarce senses, and they wanted to avoid the possibility of Eddie Murphy sniffing around their own koi ponds and aquariums. More likely, though, is that this presents another cudgel with which The Left can opportunistically bash glamour-enhancing personal care products and Our President's environmental policy; their commitment to trannie rights is little more than ballast to be conveniently jettisoned when the time is right. President Bush once remarked sagely that the human being and the fish can coexist peacefully -- apparently the moonbats have other ideas. Praise Him!


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