Re­vul­sion needs to reappear

The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor -

Enough al­ready! Po­lit­i­cal Cor­rect­ness has gone en­tirely too far! The pic­ture on page 3 ac­com­pa­ny­ing your USDA ar­ti­cle was of­fen­sive to most of us! “Those peo­ple” used to be called freaks, and we saw them at the Cir­cus Mid­way, along with the Bearded Lady and the Sword Swal­lower!

Now we are ex­pected to call them “nor­mal”? They are an aber­ra­tion! They have been el­e­vated through lib­eral court rul­ings to an es­teemed place, de­mand­ing spe­cial priv­i­leges that few have, and the mil­i­tary is ex­pected to take classes on how to ac­cept them.

Ho­mo­sex­u­als have been the source of the plague of AIDS in the U.S. 41 per­cent of ho­mo­sex­u­als have had over 500 sex­ual en­coun­ters. 28 per­cent have had over 1,000. Ho­mo­sex­u­als are six times more likely to com­mit sui­cide.

A study of 15,565 ho­mo­sex­ual men de­ter­mined that, in­de­pen­dent of HIV in­fec­tion, gay men are 24 times more likely to get anal cancer than men in the gen­eral pop­u­la­tion. In ad­di­tion, there ap­pears to be some­thing doc­tors re­fer to as “gay bowel syn­drome” that is al­most ex­clu­sively among ho­mo­sex­ual men. Up­wards of 34 per­cent of gays are al­co­holics. 78 per­cent of ho­mo­sex­u­als have been in­fected by some form of STD.

The above in­for­ma­tion comes from the book “On the Brink” by Allen O. Morris.

Enough al­ready! And I am pre­pared for an avalanche of hate mail. Where are their moth­ers? Pa­tri­cia S. Brod­er­ick Mooresville, North Carolina

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