The Homogay Agenda has made bold moves against the ailing Moral Majority. For years, we all knew this day would come. The hippie philosopher Kurt Cobain said of his generation, “What more can I say, everyone is gay.”
And I think with the new generation of America, everyone is a little gay friendly. Much like Paula Deen, I is what I is. I am a Reverend who was raised in the Bible belt. When I see one of my grandkids or great-grandkids, I cannot help but think that one day, they will do me proud and get married, have more babies and carry on the Higgins legacy.
But in my mind, my granddaughters marry men and my grandsons marry women. In my mind, the traditional nuclear family still holds tightly together, bound by the forces of nature that we must always respect.
Now at this point, I am sure some sassy liberals are making fun of me and just saying that I am using my journalist’s podium to rant and brood, fussing about the ruling of the Supreme Court. That theory could not be farther from the truth.
I worry about the future of America. If we all the homosexualizing of our culture, we in turn are inviting in a phantom future where our population will decline. Homosexual couples must turn to science to have babies. A woman and a woman, and a man and a man, cannot conceive a child. Sure, they can adopt, but in time science will provide ways for a man to carry a child in an artificial womb, or to create XX babies inside a woman’s womb, no DNA from a man needed to start conception.
I fear that sort of future will leave us like the Kryptonians in the Man of Steel. Homosexuality is not the harbinger of destruction for humanity because it is wrong in itself, but instead it opens a slippery slope of science that will see millions upon millions of people embracing bizarre, insane feats of science in order to satiate their drive to have a nuclear family.
And when that science becomes commonplace, we will see the ruin and destruction of humanity. For this reason, I say we should appeal the Supreme Court’s decision by the court of public practice. We should hold off on gay marriages until we hash this theory out. To really analyze it, we need to take our times — perhaps even generations or a good century — to make sure we fully know what we are getting ourselves into when we say we allow gay marriage in this country.