Monday, November 30, 2009

Death for Ugandan Homosexuals

E-mail to Congress:

EIN News says, "Uganda Considers Death Sentence for Gay Sex in Bill Before Parliament. Life imprisonment is the minimum punishment for anyone convicted of having gay sex, under an anti-homosexuality bill currently before Uganda's parliament. If the accused person is HIV positive or a serial offender, or a "person of authority" over the other partner, or if the "victim" is under 18, a conviction will result in the death penalty. (".

This sounds rather harsh, especially if one is likely to consider it from an emotional discrimination point of view.

However, the facts are that HIV is an incurable disease, which has the potential of significantly reducing population through early death, and reducing the constructive effectiveness of the remainder through weakness from the disease. Homosexual practices have been known to contribute to the prevalence of contamination.

Quarantine or isolation has been used previously to control the spread of virulent untreatable diseases. Jail or death are the extreme forms of isolation and can be justified under catastrophic conditions. Such seems to be the case in Africa. Several other countries have already gone this route.

Sunday, November 8, 2009

House Health Care Bill

Open letter to US Senators:

Well, the House did it again. They passed the heavy lifting on to you, so that they might obtain political points for the compassion to the so-called "poor and underprivileged".

I don't really believe they're smart enough to understand that they also play into President Obama's hands to develop a world government in which he can be Emperor.

The position of the Senate is now clear on Obama/Pelosi/House health care legislation. Either the Senate shows spunk and statesmanship in defeating this crazy legislation or it falls into the House-prepared trap of assisting in the destruction of the major premises and opportunities of this grand United States.

House/Pelosi Healthcare Bill

Open letter to House Representative:

I see that your team made a poor choice in the vote Saturday night. This is another confirmation that they are a bunch of political hacks.

The handwriting seems to be on the wall for you. You are obviously playing on the wrong team and maybe you should switch teams. The other alternative seems to be for you to engage in a lot of work in trying to change the team philosophy. You may already have a little head start with the 13 Democrats who voted against the bill. If you can double the number on the basis of idealism/financial grounds, you may have an opportunity to continue working with a practical organization.