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Location: Yardley, PA (Bucks County), United States

Thursday, May 31, 2012

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I’m overwhelmingly shocked that we’re being so ridiculously distracted by gay marriage. What kind of nation have we become where there are so many issues that are infinitely more pressing? For example, my town is in dire need of a breakfast café run by homosexuals and all we have is a Dunkin Donuts one town over. No justice whatsoever. This whole discussion is freaking me out, but I think I’m OK. During my run last night the sky unleashed a savage fury for about 3 minutes. The sun immediately came out and a well-defined rainbow appeared that seemed close enough to touch. I reached out and inadvertently grabbed one of my running partners. It was very embarrassing to say the least. This reminds me of when my wife and I used to work out at the Pennsport Athletic Club at 4th & Bainbridge in Philadelphia. It was before kids so we were able to hit the gym 6 days a week. We invariably became friendly with our fellow gym-people many of whom were gay. We were often invited to their parties, went to their theatrical performances and met afterwards at Silk City (a lovely neighborhood diner). It was like a nice little gay gym community. My wife would often comment, “They love you.” Even the massage therapist, Marty, would literally beg to let him massage me. I not only gave in to the pressure, but even took his 3 hour massage seminar. Regardless of what anyone thinks - it’s a curse being this hot. But I always took it in stride and never once relinquished my heterosexuality. I liked my gay friends, enjoyed their company and never felt threatened (even when they would threaten me). They’re gay, I’m not and all is well. No one ever seemed to hold it against me that I’m not gay. I wonder if the gay community isn’t as heterophobic as some say they are. I don’t think that it’s so much “gay marriage” that many have a problem with, but rather it’s the political hysteria swirling about as well as the obnoxious activism. Many who are smitten by the notion of gay marriage aren’t even gay, but are “blind” Democrat psychotics who go ga-ga for all things Democrat. Talk about gay. Does anyone ever discuss this with the rank-and-file gay person who would rather just be gay and not have their every move politicized? So-called President Obama was against gay marriage, was for it, then against and is now all over it like; OK, I’ll leave out and analogy that you’re thinking of. You’re obviously a sick and twisted person. Wow - have some class. Anyway, this isn’t about gay marriage at all, but rather is about politics. And so it goes for our politics today. We create this group and that group each with their own synthetic divisive definition. What we need to get back to is one large group of Americans. It’s gays today, the wealthy tomorrow, then the poor, then women, and so on each being pitted against one another for the selfish purpose of one’s political gain and we’re the idiots who keep falling for it allowing ourselves to be used as the tools we are. There’s a chance, of course, that a sweeping national gay marriage law will have no ill-effect on society. But, is it also possible that there could be some consequences? Some are simply unable to integrate gay marriage into their world because of religious and/or moral reasons. Do these people, whose numbers are quite large, somehow have fewer rights than those who think gay marriage is fine? This single arena will without a doubt open up Pandora’s Box of legal issues. Of course, no one thinks about this because we’re overly afflicted with our extreme shallowness and inability to think beyond our next pint of Haagen Daz. Certainly, there’s many a failed traditional marriage with the associated negative effects on their children and there’s many gay couples who adopt children who seem pretty good-to-go, but the general thinking is that the ideal condition for raising children is in a family with a man and a woman as the father and the mother. We already have way too many children growing up in less than ideal conditions so why play with it and risk further diminishing the potential ideal? Oh, that’s right; I almost forgot about politics. I just threw up so hard that vomit came out my nose. In conclusion, let’s take a closer look at redefining society on a whim before we actually do it. I get the whole “gay” thing, but the possible gain might be overshadowed by some problem areas if we get it wrong. If it’s determined that something has to be done, let’s make sure we get it right before doing anything. I personally think that marriage is defined as between a man and a woman. Two men or two women can do whatever they like - it’s just not marriage. Not a bad thing, but just not marriage. So let’s everyone just calm down and start small. I think a nice breakfast café in Yardley brimming with veggie omelets, muffins and fritters would be a great place to begin.

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