Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Middle East Creates Homosexuality Test

Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are developing a medical test to “detect” homosexuals trying to enter their respective countries.

That may very well be the dumbest thing I’ve heard of all year. Which says something, considering the stupid stuff constantly coming out of Washington.

Maybe if we would all just admit that homosexuality is a choice or a product of the environment instead of a genetic condition – that they’re not, in fact, “born this way” – homosexuals wouldn’t have this kind of nonsense to contend with.

Then again, maybe the Middle East’s blatant ignorance might prove a very valuable and valid point: that American homosexuals have just as many rights as the next citizen.

Maybe it’s time that they start appreciating the freedoms they were born with instead of constantly complaining about what they think they deserve.

In fact, maybe that’s a lesson all America can learn: homosexual and heterosexual; white, black, Asian, Native American and Middle Eastern; male and female; young and old. Otherwise, our collective race towards utter egotism and our demands to be accommodated at every turn could too easily turn us into the next ignorant Bahrain.

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