On Tuesday, an anti-gay commentary appeared on radical right wing site WorldNetDaily. The commentary was penned by Les Kinsolving, WND’s White House correspondent.
That means that, yes, Kinsolving gets to stand up and ask that President questions. In this instance, he derides President Barack Obama’s support for ‘disease spreaders,’ also known as homosexuals.
If the president believes that gays, lesbians and transsexuals are “our brothers and sisters,” why does he not also believe that “our brothers and sisters” include not only polygamists, but exhibitionists, the incestuous, coprophiliacs, necrophiliacs, urophiliacs and zoophiliacs (those who have sex with animals who are unable – or unwilling – to run away)?
None of these additional sexual orientations has the huge rate of HIV/AIDS and syphilis, which deadly diseases are distributed so widely by the nation’s large number of sexually profligate homosexuals.
Their continued deadly-disease spreading was surely aided and abetted by Mr. Obama’s announcement that they (with no distinction between the sexually profligate and other homosexuals) are “our brothers, our sisters, our children, our cousins, our friends, our co-workers.”
Such presidential pandering to deadly-disease spreaders is surely a despicable means of trying to attract votes by an incumbent who will apparently do anything to try to win re-election.
I suppose “deadly disease spreaders” is a nice synonym for shorter slurs like “queer” and “faggot.” But it just doesn’t have the same ring. Try again, Mr. Kinsolving.
Incidentally, Kinsolving is an Anglican priest. He was once an Episcopal priest, but changed his allegiance. Can’t imagine why.