Written by Dr. Billingsgate
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Topics: Kids, Sodomy

Tuesday, 28 June 2011

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Man's Evolution?

With New York joining other states in legalizing gay marriage, it seems that it will be just a matter of time until they not only change the definition of marriage to include same-sex partners, but they demand that they be granted procreative rights.

Faced with the Darwinian reality of natural selection, the process that determines which species evolve over time, they realize that eventually they will die out unless they can procreate like their male and female competitors.

Historically, it has been estimated that during the periods preceding the birth of Christ while homosexuality ran rampant, up to 90 percent of those polled preferring sodomy to procreative sex. As populations were decimated by God's wrath via the destruction of Sodom and Gommorah, sexually orthodox groups such as the Vandals and Visigoths, ran amok over their morally depleted neighbors.

Although the Natural Law is believed to govern or guide the Universe and its inhabitants and has proved to be immutable over the estimated billions of years of existence, there are now factions who wish to change this law so that same-sex partners can conceive and bear offspring; this to offset or counter the ability of heterosexuals to procreate and multiply.

Thus, once again, it comes down to natural selection competing against the biologic blue-print of Nature. Who will win this fight for survival?

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