Nuggets of Wisdom

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Michigan Has Its Priorities Straight!


I’m sure you’ve heard of what’s going on in Michigan. The state has been in the news lately, mostly because of two cities run (into the ground) by Democrats. One city is Detroit, which has become bankrupt after 50 years of Democrat rule. The other is Flint, whose drinking water has become contaminated due to government neglect. Saying the state is facing a crisis would be an understatement.

Well, the state’s government has recently become aware of how messed up everything is, and after such a long period of government inaction, has decided to take action—against sodomy!

Introduced by Republican State Sen. Rick Jones, the bill [SB 219] includes an update to the language of the state’s existing ban on sodomy, which states “a person who commits the abominable and detestable crime against nature either with mankind or with any animal is guilty of a felony” that is punishable by up to 15 years in prison.

Because the bill specifies “with mankind,” a number of LGBT outlets have pointed out that any act of anal or oral sex could be interpreted as illegal as the wording essentially equates sodomy and bestiality. Although anti-sodomy laws have been used to criminalize homosexuality at the global level, some have noted that Michigan’s ban does not reference same-sex couples specifically.
Obviously Michigan has its priorities straight. Clearly the menace to the state isn’t bankrupted cities or contaminated drinking water, but consenting adults having butt sex and blowjobs.

They obviously have to do it for the children. Oh, won’t someone please think of the children! Not the children being forced to drink poisoned water, mind you, or even children living within dilapidated ghettos, but the children who may or may not be affected by consenting adults having sex in the butt while the privacy of their own bedrooms. That's clearly the menace facing Michigan’s children.

If it’s any consolation, the bill has since been dropped, but as always, the fact that it had even been proposed in the first place is the real problem. You got to love government small enough to fit in your bedroom!