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Judging just from the letter alone, and having no other knowledge of the Honorable Mr. Bolduc, I'd say this was a case of the pot calling the kettle black, as far as the 'brainless' comment goes. Obviously a shining star of the federal government's U.S. Department of Education, it would serve the Honorable Representative Mr. Bolduc well to abandon his education to date and start over, preferably with English. I wonder at the level of education in general, in regards to the residents of Auburn, if they elected this proud graduate of third grade to represent them.
Order of the finney posts is reversed.
There would also be no need for legislation regarding either censorial laws or, what may be even worse, laws of requirement, inasmuch as the current foundation for such laws will have been removed. It is my hope that my fellow citizens (and the good people of France) would urge their representatives to pass such legislation as soon as is humanly possible.
Why not just pass a law stating that sex between two men (or two women, as the case may be) shall result in the production of children? Despite all the poetry and flowery love songs concerned with the random passing around of STDs and inconvenient pregnencies, the purpose and basic function of the sex act is to reproduce. That being the case, why not just pass a law declaring that the sex act between members of the same sex shall result in progeny? An un-nature-al sex act then would become as nature-al as peas (which reproduce through male and female pea parts, mind; until, that is, such time as the passing of the proposed legislation), and all controversy and wrangling would cease, there being no longer any grounds for contention.
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