Wednesday, May 9, 2012

North Carolina Gives Gays Special Treatment


The dust is settling after North Carolina's historic vote against gay marriage. The public spoke and 61 percent of the votes were cast for the amendment to the state constitution declaring that marriage be defined as strictly between a man and a woman. North Carolina is now amongst the 30 states that have passed referendums against gay marriage.

What most voters in the Tar Heel State do not realize is that there are provisions in the amendment that ban homosexuals from entering civil unions as well as creating a new dress code. Sherry Fitzpatrick, head of  the anti-marriage group Vote FOR Marriage, had this to say about the new law,
We need to keep God in North Carolina's Constitution. What this vote did was protect the institution of marriage from radical judges who wanted to redefine our Christ-based society. The new dress code further insulates our children from the detrimental influence of the homosexual lifestyle.
The dress code starts immediately in North Carolina. Those homosexuals -- both men and women --have been given badges to identify them to the normal citizenry. The badge must be displayed prominently. Of course, the recipients of the pink triangle badges will be made to pay for them via a surcharge on next year's taxes.

The Reverend Bill Graham was elated with the vote, and had this to say about the dress code and the new zoning regulations outlined in the law.
With the passing of this amendment the people have chosen to protect traditional morality. No longer will we need to explain to our children the demonic practice of homosexuality. The Old Testament preached "If a man has sexual relations with a man as one does with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They are to be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads." Leviticus 20:13. But the Holy Spirit has guided us to be merciful. Instead of death we are giving homosexuals their own special area to reside in where the wholesome people of North Carolina do not need to see them.
The new residences for homosexuals in North Carolina are away from the main cities like Raleigh and Charlotte. These new camps offer a cozy atmosphere for the gays in a dormitory setting. Joe Westerling, an engineer for the Christian company God's Final Solution (the company building and managing the residences), had this to say,
I'm happy to be part of God's Final Solution. At some point I believe that we will be able to provide housing for all non-Christians in North Carolina. 





8 comments:

  1. I hope this is fiction. However I do note Sherry Fitzpatrick is a registered Democrat and lives in Asheville:

    https://www.ncsbe.gov/VoterInformation.aspx?id=2D5EADCC86819CF8FE05C27BE4527563

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    1. Oh yeah, this is fiction. It's satirizing the real insanity in North Carolina. I thought it was a good time to remind people that Hitler threw gays into the death camps along with the Jews, gypsies, mentally disabled, etc.

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  2. If this an example of satire, I applaud the author for raising signals about the possibility of fanaticism going too far.

    If it is indeed true, then many Catholic priests and Baptist pastors should also be required to wear some form of sign if they have been guilty of pedophilia . . . I mean a really big, big sign.

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  3. Man, you actually had be going for a minute. Is it scary that I actually believed this was possible in America in the 21st century?

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    1. I don't think so. I think if more Americans had that concern we would be in a better place.

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    2. Had me going for a minute too. With the way things are going, I wouldn't put it past some of our state reps to try something like this. It's getting scary.

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  4. Nice bit o' satire there, Andy. Oh, and a quote from the brochure reads, "... try our communal showers, they're simply to die for!"

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    1. Thanks, I appreciate it. I like the quote, too.

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