‘Some­what pe­cu­liar’

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“Is there a more ob­vi­ous prod­uct of het­ero­sex­ual be­hav­ior than the cre­ation of chil­dren? If so then isn’t it some­what pe­cu­liar that those who shun the be­hav­ior of het­ero­sex­u­al­ity so deeply crave the prod­uct that it brings? [. . .]

“As I read the news that Mary Cheney, the 37-year-old daugh­ter of the vice pres­i­dent, was preg­nant, I had many such ques­tions run­ning through my head. [. . .]

“I’m not sup­posed to be al­lowed to think such things. [. . .]

“Let’s face it in Amer­ica to­day if we bring up such ob­vi­ous in­con­sis­ten­cies we are im­me­di­ately branded and la­beled a bigot. [. . .] Ar­gue with me all you like — the truth is Mary Cheney’s baby will share DNA with Mary and the male DNA donor. Ge­net­i­cally he/she will share noth­ing with Cheney’s part­ner Heather Poe.”

Kevin McCul­lough, writ­ing on “Why Would Gays Want Chil­dren?” Dec. 10 in Town­hall at www.town­hall.com

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