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The American Family Association's reliably hysterical Bryan Fischer may not think homosexuality is genetic. He is, however, pinning his hopes on the theory that so-called socially conservative values are:
Since we need to make up for the childbearing aversion of our secular fundamentalist friends, perhaps each conservative family can set out to have at least four children. It won’t be too long before our poor, outflanked elites will be so badly outnumbered by a new generation imbued with the values of the Judeo-Christian tradition they may have to start having children of their own just to fight back and retain a sliver of cultural influence.
And so we will have fulfilled Margaret Sanger’s dream: “more children from the fit.” (Of course, for the founder of Planned Parenthood “fit” meant “white,” which is why Adolph HItler loved her. By “fit,” I mean parents, regardless of race, who are transmitting to their children the Judeo-Christian values on which America was built.) Who’d have thought that it would be conservative Christians who would bring her dream to realization?
Let the left rant and hyperventilate and blow up like puffer fish responding to these notions. While they erupt and steam, we will quietly go about the task of building our families and training up cultural warriors for the next generation. Let them fume in their childless rage while we celebrate the joys of parenthood and along the way implement a sure-fire long range strategy for taking our country back.
That's OK - let's just outbreed 'em [AFA]
Right, because when has anybody ever heard of a kid who comes from a conservative environment becoming a gay and/or progressive adult [::writer rolls eyes, shakes head, looks down at the "I ♥ Reagan" tattoo that was a pre-requisite for entering his kindergarten year::]
Though we do like the idea of social conservatives spending more time in their own bedrooms. We gay folk would really like ours back for ourselves!
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