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11/11/2005

On gay adoption, child abuse, and triple chins

by Jeremy Hooper

  Responding to the recent revelation that Catholic Charities of Boston has, on occasion, placed children with homosexual couples, Catholic Action League of Massachusetts's CJ Doyle (pic.) tells the Concerned Women for America:

"We support the position of the Church: that giving children to ‘gay’ couples is child abuse. No private religious organization should be forced to violate its principles for the sake of public service

Responding to CJ Doyle, we say, "You're f***ing enormous! Not to be rude, but dear boy, the entire frame is face."

And though that may sound mean, we say this in the genuine hope that Mr. Doyle will hit the gym, watch his diet, and shed the girth. When you compare our physical attributes attack with Mr. Doyle's assertion that we innately mistreat children due to our homo-sex (to which the only likely "cure" is hitting an "ex-gay" camp, watching propaganda, and shedding our grasp on reality), it would appear to us that our "dude, you need to drop a few" sentiment is much less cruel.

Catholic Group Assails Boston Archdiocese’s Participation in ‘Gay’ Adoption [CWA]
Archdiocesan agency aids in adoptions by gays [Boston Globe]

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