the government comes to the bedroom
By Diogenes ( articles ) | Jan 24, 2006
Who could have predicted that when the liberals' nightmare came true, and government agents began spying on the bedroom activities of private citizens, it would be to enforce a pro-homosexual policy?
The enlightened domestic-partnership policy at the University of Florida presents poor Uncle Di with another instance in which the reality defies efforts at parody.
But ask yourself this hypothetical question: Suppose there are two apartments, each occupied by a couple of young men. In one apartment, the men share living quarters because together they can afford a nicer apartment and a big-screen TV on which to watch football games. In one apartment, the men share living quarters because together they can perform unnatural sex acts. On what basis should society give special benefits to one couple and not the other?
That question has been asked and answered before.
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