I apologize to everyone who isn't quite ready for the apocalypse and the subsequent Second Coming. It seems California is set on expediting such prophetic events. Please read here for a scriptural reference (referring to the Americas as the promised land), and here for a more modern prophecy. In the latter, pay special attention to the penultimate line which reads, "We warn that the disintegration of the family will bring upon individuals, communities, and nations the calamities foretold by ancient and modern prophets."

So why am I apologizing. California as a state has decided to place a proposition on the November ballot defining marriage. And as per some recent polls of likely voters, the proposition is seemingly likely to be rejected. This being the case, the California Constition would define marriage as (I'm paraphrasing...I think), "The union between a person, and whatever the he%* else that person wants to call his/her/its spouse. Person, people, global warming, Rosie O'Donnell, an elephant's butt, etc...it's all fair game." I'm serious, that's what the constitution will say.

To further along the destruction of the family as the fundamental societal unit, the city of San Francisco is also going to vote on an interesting measure this November. Apparently Mayor Gavin Anti-Chr..., er, I mean Newsom feels it necessary to make it harder to prosecute prostitution. Yep, you heard me. They want to make it harder to investigate and punish prostitution crimes. I really hope the next Jihad attack on US soil is in San Francisco and Berkely. These people have fallen so far off the moral map that no amount of legal mish mash can ultimately solve any of these issues.

I don't know. I just want to apologize to all of you. Please don't judge me, even though I am a legal resident of California.


Ashley said...

So one kid is good then right?

lauren said...

ok blogdor, get ready for the link i'm about to give you. all i ask is that you do not directly engage the author of the post because, though i think he's way out of line, he's also married to a good friend of mine. i just would love to hear your thoughts on this.


greg and i had a good time tearing it apart, i'm sure you will too.