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Good deal, Maine voters. Gay "rights" activists whine about "rights" - but like so many people, forget about "responsibility". The navel gazers can only think about what they want, and never consider how their wants might affect society at large. There appears to be correlation between increasing gay rights, and decreasing fertility both in the US and in Europe. Causation has not been established - but, how do you establish cause? Do you wait til civilization collapses to prove causation? The fact is, fertility rates fall in correlattion with increased gay rights. Meanwhile - more virile and fertile peoples invade both the US and Europe from the south. Peoples who reject homosexuality.
Given free reign, the gay community and the invading hordes will destroy our homelands. Count on it.
I congratulate the people of Maine for rejecting the sacrilege of gay marriage.

John Smith, The Wall Street Journal 70 Comments [11/18/2009 2:57:13 PM]
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tracer

"There appears to be correlation between increasing gay rights, and decreasing fertility both in the US and in Europe."


That might have something to do with the fact that Gay Rights started becoming an issue right about at the same time that Contraceptives started becoming easily available.

But what do I know? I'm not an enlightened Fundie with a direct pipeline to God, like yourself.

11/18/2009 3:11:16 PM

Rayne

"There appears to be correlation between increasing gay rights, and decreasing fertility both in the US and in Europe."

Unless there is MUCH higher percentage of gays, and I don't think that there is, I'd say that's actually related to the fact that most women have decided that we DON'T WANT TO BE FUCKING BABY MACHINES ANY MORE.

11/18/2009 3:13:21 PM

name

Don't forget that literacy correlates with bigger feat. Don't let the small footed people marry.

11/18/2009 3:20:30 PM

Argle Bargle

Ja, ve must breed more Aryan vomen for ze Vaterland!

11/18/2009 3:27:19 PM

EonBlueTriad

There appears to be correlation between increasing gay rights, and decreasing fertility both in the US and in Europe. Causation has not been established - but, how do you establish cause?

I'm sure you'll come up with (fabricate) something.

11/18/2009 3:29:06 PM

John

OMG! Teh gays are reducing our birth rates! Worse yet, our birth rates actually aren't being reduced, because the birth rates are being supported by a bunch of skeevy wetback Mexicans!

He hasn't figured out which group he should be more bigoted against: the gays who reduce our birth rates or the Mexicans who increase them. That's what I like: an "equal opportunity" bigot!

11/18/2009 3:49:18 PM

Woody

Causation has not been established because you're talking bollocks. How can where one man sticks his bits possibly reduce another's fertility. Not to mention the fact that the Earth's population is still increasing, we are not about to collapse any time soon.

Lying for Jebus is still lying.

11/18/2009 3:59:25 PM

bRIANISHA

Maybe christians should have their right to marry revoked, that will rile them up, but it will make everyone else happy.

11/18/2009 4:06:53 PM

Doctor Whom

Couldn't you have said that it's a conspiracy between those dreadful faggots and those dreadful wetbacks to destroy our pure, lily-white society? Then you'd have a trifecta. Anyway, thanks for tipping your hand and letting us see what you truly think.

11/18/2009 4:20:29 PM

DiscoBerry

What exactly is a "navel gazer"?

11/18/2009 4:23:20 PM

DiscoBerry


11/18/2009 4:23:26 PM

Doubting Thomas

"There appears to be correlation between increasing gay rights, and decreasing fertility both in the US and in Europe. Causation has not been established..."

But you're going to mention it just so you can make the correlation, right? In other words, you can't prove that gay rights means lowered fertility, but you're going to say it anyway because you want people to believe it.

Furthermore, correlation doesn't equal causation. I would say that it's more likely more pollutants in our environment would be causing infertility, not teh buttsechs.

And BTW - [Citation needed]

11/18/2009 4:25:53 PM

Reckoner

Meanwhile - more virile and fertile peoples invade both the US and Europe from the south.

New York?

11/18/2009 4:27:27 PM

oop

Check your facts, dummy. Your predictions of the future make you a laughingstock because you are ignorant of the present.

"According to the World Bank’s 2007 Annual Development Indicators, in 1990 Mexico had a fertility rate of 3.3 children per female, but by 2005, that number had fallen by 36 percent to 2.1, which is the Zero Population Growth rate."
- jonjayray.wordpress.com/.../mexican-birthrate-falling-rapidly/

11/18/2009 4:31:12 PM

Moondog

Does this prove a causation between homophobia and racist beliefs of white extinction? Oh, noes! brown people!

11/18/2009 4:42:08 PM

J. Random Lurker

It doesn't have nearly as much impact, as others have noted--women generally are having fewer kids, and the technologies existing in modern society are sufficient enough that it simply is no longer necessary to have the ten, fifteen, or more-children families that were common 100 years ago.

11/18/2009 5:01:16 PM

WMDKitty

Dude, seriously, civil rights are for EVERYONE. Not just people you think should have them.

Decreasing fertility? Yeah, that would be because intelligent people are CHOOSING NOT TO BREED, unlike you Christ-tards who pop 'em out once a year.

How about we take away YOUR civil rights and see how you feel?

11/18/2009 5:07:28 PM

Missouri

Let's do some historical modeling, shall we?

Marriage in 1800:

Father gets bride for his son at 18. She pops out a baby a year until she has 12 kids and dies during childbirth at 30. A third of them live to adulthood to have kids of their own.

100 year population growth (5 generations): 16-32-64-128-256-512

Marriage in 2000:

Man dates woman and proposes to her at 23. They have a kid at 25, 27, and 30-years-old. The three kids live to adulthood.

100 year population growth (4 generations): 16-24-36-54-81

More than six times the population. I don't think 85% of America is gay or lesbian.

11/18/2009 5:11:23 PM

Zeus Almighty

"There appears to be correlation between increasing gay rights, and decreasing fertility both in the US and in Europe."

Yeah, because the U.S. population was much greater in the 1950s when the fags knew their place. ... Oh, wait.

11/18/2009 5:27:52 PM

J. Random Lurker

(double post--got to get used to not refreshing the page)

11/18/2009 5:28:45 PM

Percy Q. Shunn

Tell me more about these "invading hordes."

11/18/2009 5:34:18 PM

Deep Search

Wow. Idiot, conspiracy theorist, racist, homophobe, and xenophobe all wrapped into one! What a surprise. Yes, fighting for equal rights is "whining" and equality for all has such a negative impact on society -- because it's not like gay people are part of society or anything. I sincerely wish for this guy to be donkey punched...

11/18/2009 5:49:19 PM

Dr. Shrinker

Gay "rights" activists whine about "rights" - but like so many people, forget about "responsibility".

So it is irresponsible of gay people to want to get married? I'm going to love hearing you explain that.

11/18/2009 5:56:09 PM

Old Viking

The decrease in the fertility rate correlates exactly with the decrease in the number of pirates.

11/18/2009 5:56:20 PM

AXavierB

I... what?

Care to explain how same-sex marriage makes people infertile?

11/18/2009 6:27:45 PM

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