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Urination Orientation

Joe1947 Wrote: Apr 08, 2012 2:13 PM
A society or culture should have the right to define its own mores, so long as no violence (which includes government action, all law being based on actual or potential use of force). If the culture disapproves of homosexual action, that culture should have the right to deter that action, *NOT BY LAW OR THE THREAT OF VIOLENCE* but by openly expressed, and *effective* implementation of social disapproval...like, for example, *not* employing homosexuals, if you think their acts reprehensible. And before we hear the comparison to declining to hire blacks, let me point out why it's invalid. Blackness is a *status*; nobody commits "a black act." Homosexuality is also a status, but it's the *ACTION* that are condemned. I don't care whether,...

Raymond Foley is a victim.

Sure, in past eras far less enlightened and tolerant as this current gilded age, Foley might be considered a menace to society—a creep even. But we know better now. We know people just can’t control their urges, and to demand otherwise is a Neanderthal concept right out of the stone (tablet) age.

Foley was born with something that compels him to act out in ways some segments of our society still clinging to their guns and religion condemn. But what Foley doesn’t need is judgment. Foley needs understanding.

Foley, 59, was recently charged with second...