• 2011 Homo-Census Begins in San Francisco – Photo ID Required

    April 12, 2011 12:20 pm 21 comments
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    The Homosexual Census of 2011 has begun in San Francisco. The entertainment commission has proposed that all attendees to any city public venue be scanned, photographed and ID’d as a matter of public record. The effort is in response to the homosexual attack on marriage and is funded by the Heritage Americans for Liberty and Prosperity, a conservative group.

    The proposed census is not without detractors, including Electronic Frontier Foundation which issued the following statement reiterating some obviously minor side-effects of the census.

    “Events with strong cultural, ideological, and political components are frequently held at venues that would be affected by these rules. Scanning the ID’s of all attendees at an anti-war rally, a gay night club, or a fundraiser for a civil liberties organization would have a deeply chilling effect on speech.”

    Once the homosexual individuals are identified, the information will be housed in one of the city’s three underground servers. Concerns that the information would be used to track, stalk or malign individuals is unfounded and groundless considering the dependable nature of those in public service.

    Unlike the nefarious Utah list of alleged illegal immigrants passed around in July of 2010, it is unlikely anyone would be using the Homo-Census for cheap day labor.

    The purpose of the census is to count and appropriately allocate public funds for the area. It is not to track homosexuals or find out where they live and gather for the purposes of discrimination or approaching about their self inflicted abomination.

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