Saturday, February 14, 2009

Tony Perkins figures out our plan

Okay who dropped the ball on this one?

Someone has linked a portion of our plans for world conquest to Family Research Council head Tony Perkins. Naturally I'm angry, seeing that it was one of the greatest, far reaching plans of it's time.

And the best part was that no one would have connected it to the lgbt community because it had to do with a heterosexual woman:

When Nadya Suleman became a mom for the 14th time, she raised more than a few eyebrows. The drama grew by national proportions when details trickled out that Suleman was not only unmarried, but chose to have multiple embryos implanted in her womb through in-vitro fertilization. Last week, taxpayers learned that they would be partially liable for the family's care through hundreds of dollars in food stamps and disability payments. The news fueled even more conviction that the fertility doctor should have refused the procedure.

But is he really to blame--or are our courts? In California, the state Supreme Court made it virtually impossible for a physician to exercise his own judgment after two lesbians sued in 2001 for the right to be artificially inseminated over the doctors' personal or social objections.

Last year, in Benitez v. North Coast Women's Care Medical Group, the justices ruled that anti-discrimination laws trumped physicians' rights. In so doing, the court tied the hands of the medical field, leaving little recourse against irresponsible and unhealthy decisions like Suleman's.

Okay, leaked the memo to Perkins. I mean how else could he have found out that Nadya Suleman's decision to have octupulets by assisted reproductive technology was actually a goal of the lgbt community.

What else does Perkins know?

He doesn't know about the hypnotic suggestions our operatives gave Suleman and the doctors involved in the case to go through with the procedure, does he?

Or that we were the ones who talked her into having six more before those eight.

Or we were the ones who was behind her mother's gag order.

Or that it is our operatives in the press who continues to fuel this controversy to take attention away from the secret passage of hate crimes legislation, ENDA, gay adoption, and the building of jails to house all of the conservative Christians we imprison when we take over.

Who leaked Perkins the memo outlining all of these things?

I mean he is not the type who would spin inaccurate conspiracy theories. Why that would make him a cynically, dishonest man desperate for any advantage in a cultural war that he is steadily losing.

And that would make FRC seem a bit ridiculous in that the group tries to link everything negative to an alleged radical gay agenda. That's almost like knowingly putting out inaccurate "studies" about the lgbt community.

No matter. Just keep a handle on the Michael Phelps memo.