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Friday, May 16, 2008

The four bridesmaids of the Apocalypse

While I've found denial to be an effective strategy for dealing with most of the challenges Our Nation faces ("global" "warming," the Israeli-Palestinian "conflict," the Iraq "war," "etc."), there is one area where it has actually been counterproductive: "gay" "marriage." The Belief that America's judges would consider anal sex as revolting as the majority of the citizens they allegedly serve do and ship the whole lot of those perverts off to some desert island like Massachusetts seems to have been, in hindsight, a bit foolhardy, and we are now paying the price for our naivete (like that word? It was in a crossword puzzle this week). While we slept, Americans found one of their most cherished Freedoms, the Freedom to deny radical homosexual activists the right to marry, stolen from us by those terrorists in black, and the results promise to be utterly catastrophic:
Christian attorney Steve Crampton says the California Supreme Court abandoned the rule of law and common sense with its decision today that re-defined marriage. ...
"This opinion, in many respects, is like a legal tsunami -- and it's not going to stop at the borders of the state of California," warns Crampton. "It's going to affect the rest of us whether we want it to or not ... and we better be ready and we better be ready for a fight."
Tsunamis, as we well now, are what God unleashes upon a sinful people who have displeased Him for being wicked, or Buddhist. And while California's sins are grave and many, I find it hard to believe that there are that many Buddhists in this state to warrant this kind of punishment. Fortunately, as in Myanmar, an army has already mobilized to keep this destructive force out of its boundaries and guard its precious sovereignty:
Pro-family forces in the state have been preparing for the decision. More than one million signatures have been collected for a ballot initiative that would place a state constitutional marriage amendment on the November ballot. Crampton says Liberty Counsel will file a motion in the next few days in an effort to have today's ruling put on hold until after November.
I can only Pray their plan will come to fruition, and soon. This morning, as I took my seat at the reception desk, I had the misfortune of hearing the tail-end of the male hairdressers' conversation. "Julio will make me an honest woman yet," said my archnemesis Chris, before he and the other hens erupted into peals of girlish laughter. It is simply unconscionable that level of cruelty can be inflicted on America's Christians. With any luck, it will be directed where truly it belongs, back on the homos. Praise Him!

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