It seems that lately my life has been getting more complicated, and I want to thank those of you who are brave enough to still associate with me regardless of what I have become.
The following is a recap of my current identity:
I was born white, which makes me a racist.
I am a fiscal and moral conservative, which makes me a fascist.
I am heterosexual, which makes me a homophobe.
I am non-union, which makes me a traitor to the working class and an ally of big business.
I am a Christian, which makes me an infidel.
I am older than 65 and retired, which makes me a useless old person.
I think and I reason; therefore I doubt much that the main stream media tells me, which makes me a reactionary.
I am proud of my heritage and our inclusive American culture, which makes me a xenophobe.
I value my safety and that of my family; therefore I appreciate the police and the legal system, which makes me a right-wing extremist.
I believe in hard work, fair play, and fair compensation according to each individual’s merits, which makes me anti-social.
I, and my friends, acquired a good education with student loans that we paid off, which makes me some kind of odd underachiever.
I believe in the defense and protection of the homeland by all citizens, which makes me a militarist.

Please help me come to terms with this, because I‘m not sure who I am anymore!

Newest problem – I’m not sure which bathroom I should use

Homo Gene?

514px-nikolaus_kopernikus1Today, I received a letter from an organization calling itself  H.O.M.E. Heterosexuals Organized for Moral Environment. It is clearly against anything homosexual. These people propose that homosexuality cannot be anything but a choice in the way one lives.  They make the argument that the human genome has been explored extensively, and no evidence has been found to support that homsexuality is genetic.

Personally, homosexuals turn me off. Even though I have friends who are homosexual, I find them hard to accept. The men have the typical feminine mannerisms. One man has a family and grandchildren, yet he eventually came out to declare his preference for men.

In the fifteen hundreds a scientist named Copernicus proposed a theory that the earth moves around the sun. Up to that time, the teaching was that the sun revolved around the earth. Earth was the center of the universe. The Catholic Church went so far as to excommunicate Copernicus for proposing his theory. No one had any evidence to refute the theory that the earth was not the center of the universe. We all know of course that they were very wrong, and that science eventually proved otherwise.

It is my belief that the people of H.O.M.E. are in the fifteenth century with their thinking. I agree there has not been any solid evidence found that homosexuality is genetic, but that does not mean it is not.  Just as in the days of Copernicus there was not alot of evidence to support that the earth was not the center of the universe. In fact, mankind was so certain  the earth was at the center of the universe, they  held it as a religious belief.

Last week, I read an article about a new finding in the world of cancer. A new genetic link was discovered which explains the way some cancer cells spread so rapidly throughout the body. This genetic link was not obvious and never before discovered. We have to remember that the human genome has only been unraveled for a few years. New discoveries are being made almost daily.  How then can the people of  H.O.M.E. be so adamant about making statements that homosexuality is not genetic?

Throughout their letter, they made numerous falatious arguments about the nature of homsexuality. They referred to their website for further proof of their arguments. Go there to see for yourself. 

I  firmly believe that one day soon, we will learn that homosexuality is a genetic anomaly. We will learn that suppressing the biological urges of men who like men, or women who love women, is the same as suppressing the biological urges of men who love women.

Lately we have seen gays causing alot of trouble. They arfe voicing their opposition to California voters who reveersed the law to allow them to marry. I see this as a normal reaction by a group of people who feel their rights are being taken Gays will eventually prevail when and if science exonnerates them. Only then wiil we be able to understand why they are so different from the heterosexual majority.

Rather than bashing them, pray for them.