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Whiny winger baby award goes to…

Kevin McCullough of Townhall, and the aptly named, Musclehead Revolution (Christianity Today has called him “the heir apparent to Dobson and Falwell”). He’s whining about “angry gay bloggers,” specifically NGBlog and OutsideTheTent, for “misreporting” on his work. If I had a nickel for all the instances when gay bloggers have had their words twisted by fundies.

Boo hoo, Kevin. How can anyone take you seriously when you say things like this, because “science says so”:

[S]exual behavior is entirely a choice and something they can control – and race is not.

In other words – we can not codify into law, preferences based on someone’s choices. Whereas equal rights can never be disallowed for someone’s state of being. No one has a choice on their skin color. Everyone has a choice in their behavior.

It is the totality of the entire debate between changing marriage laws to include non-marital unions or not too. The argument these angry gay bloggers and other radicals in the homosexual community have made is that because they were “born that way” they deserve the same special protections as actual minorities.

Ah yes, reducing orientation to sex acts alone — the stale  argument of the right wing. So one’s gender identity must also be a choice in Kevin’s eyes — you simply need to go to the store and pick out clothing appropriate to your birth genitalia.

It’s more than whether it’s a “choice” as we see it — McCullough sees bisexuality as “part-time homosexuality” — religion is a choice as well, so how is “choice” a threshold for civil rights? For the wingers, their illogical reference to choice is that somehow a decision to have homosexual sex is a choice, yet heterosexual attraction/sex is not, it’s God-ordained appropriate fitting of parts with a goal (procreation), and therefore any other sexual activity is against nature, Satanic, and those that participate in it are deviant.  I doubt McCullough feels that he “chose” to be heterosexual.

Again — whiny baby Kevin is upset that he’s being chastised by the homos. We should be showering him with hugs, kisses, and flowers for truth-telling statements like these:

On Mary Cheney and Heather Poe having a child:

If they were to choose to engage in sex acts a thousand times over, their biological machinery would never produce what is needed – but for a different reason. There is no dysfunction in this case. Instead, the reason the sexual engagement does not work is because the necessary parts are not even present. It is the equivalent of screwing a nut onto a bolt, by using a hammer. They just don’t fit.

More crude drivel:

Homosexual behavior and Christianity do not mix. From the standpoint of theory, theology, doctrine, and practice the two are totally and completely incompatible; as are adultery, pornography, bestiality, pedophilia, pre-marital sex, incest, cross dressing, multiple partner orgies and the list goes on.

From his piece Why homosexuals despise marriage:

For instance, a woman who engages in lesbianism will never know the joy of lovemaking that creates within her the product of that union — an actual human life. She will never know the security of a true man protecting her from the dragons of the world and providing for her an environment where she can nurture and give love to that little life once it arrives, or the stamp of approval that God puts on such an experience. And because she and her partner know this, they must defy reason, biology and sexual function to create children and experiences that serve as faulty substitutes for that God-ordained picture.

Likewise, a man who seeks his perverse kicks by depositing the seed of life in, shall we say, non-life-giving cavities, may know orgasm, but never complete union, as he uses anatomy in ways for which the Creator did not create it.

Anyone have the tiny violin?

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