Thursday, September 16, 2010

Cynthia Davis refuses to acknowledge gay parents, calls them their childrens' 'friends'

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click to enlarge Cynthia Davis just wants what's straightest for the children.
  • Cynthia Davis just wants what's straightest for the children.

In this week's update from soon-to-be-former state Rep. Cynthia Davis, the O'Fallon Loon takes on the most sinister kind of gayhood: gay parenting. Repeatedly referring to homosexual relationships as "tragedies," Davis writes that children have a right to non-gay parents.

The Loon remarks that no matter how hard they try, gay parents can only aspire to be "very good friends" with their impostor children. If they didn't squeeze the child out of their bodies or if they weren't married to someone who did, it doesn't count:


Just because two people are living together does not mean

the non-biological "live-in" is entitled to be the other parent of the

child. When a person is not related to the child by adoption or by

birth, they may be very good friends, but they are not parents.

But don't worry! Cynthia's strong anti-gay parenthood position is backed up by both science and hard numbers. Lookie here:
Because of biological facts, homosexuals cannot reproduce. There is a growing trend to create a baby through artificial methods, however this still only allows for the woman who actually gave birth to be listed on the birth certificate. I agree with only allowing the child to have one parent listed because the break up rate between homosexuals is very high.
Not convinced yet? Here's the proof:
Some of the states trying to create a legal bond between homosexuals discovered it makes things more complex than ever when they break up --- and that break up rate is about 87%.
Don't try to corroborate that statistic, because you can't without Googling Cynthia Davis' brain: that's the only other place it shows up (and it's easy to get confused in there, given all of those voices shouting over each other).

Davis goes on to conjure a weird, Jerry Springer-esque tale about "a constituent's daughter" who was in a homosexual relationship where she and her partner both got artificially inseminated and planned to adopt each other's kids. It ended in a break up (naturally), a suicide (those irrational lesbians!) and the surviving mother's claim to both kids and all the assets that went along with them. Clearly, this is just another typical gay parenthood story.

This story, like her stats, is unable to be corroborated, but Davis is fighting against the gays for the sake of the children. OK, so her track record helping children isn't so great: she refused to advance a bill protecting children from criminally charged daycare providers, and she believes that hunger has the power to motivate children.

Cynthia always ends her weekly spots of brilliance with a joke, and this week the joke is about a marriage (heterosexual, obviously) where the groom tries to bribe a priest into leaving out the vows about being faithful. The reason it's a joke, of course, is that such a situation would never really happen in a straight marriage, where the breakup rate probably hovers around 2 percent in Davis' mind.

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