Washington Governor Chris Gregoire has announced that she is supporting a pro-homosexual marriage bill. As secularists become more consistent with their godless worldview, they eventually make irrational decisions that go against years of practiced common sense and quantified observational consequences. “Although Democrats hold majorities in both Washington state’s chambers, a bill is not certain to pass, as some conservative Democrats have sided with Republicans on the issue.”
I’m reminded of an exchange between Spock and cetacean scientist (specializing in the study of whales, dolphins, and porpoises) Dr. Gillian Taylor in the film Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986):
Spock: “To hunt a species to extinction is not logical.”
Dr. Gillian Taylor: “Whoever said the human race was logical?”
If you aren’t familiar with the film, let me give you a few details. In A.D. 2286, a large cylindrical probe moving through space comes upon Earth. It’s looking for whales. We’re not told why, but if it doesn’t find any whales, Earth in all likelihood will be destroyed. It seems that by the 23rd century whales no longer existed because they had been hunted to extinction, something that Spock considered to be illogical.
Kirk and what’s left of his crew are on the planet Vulcan (see Star Trek III: The Search for Spock for story context) while the probe is looking for whales on Earth and making a mess of the place. Kirk and his stranded crew are the only ones who can save Earth because their ship is not being impacted by the probe, but they’ll have to go back to a time when whales still existed on Earth and bring a pair of male and female whales to their own time to satisfy the cosmic probe.
After successfully doing the time-travel thing back to Earth something around the mid-1980s, they find two whales in captivity – George and Gracie – and set their sights on beaming them up on to their commandeered spaceship – water and all – and time-travel back home. As luck would have it, Gracie is pregnant. All’s well that ends well. Earth is saved!
The future of any species depends on that species’ survival and the ability for it to pro-create. Any relationship that interferes with the reproduction side is illogical. Kirk and Spock never would have thought of bringing back two homosexual whales or two homosexual whales and some heterosexual whales. The objective was to regenerate the species. Rationality and logic demanded that heterosexual whales be found.
Homosexuality, not only is it immoral, but it’s irrational and illogical. First, the sexual equipment of people engaged in a same-sex relationship does not fit. If you don’t know what I’m referring to, I suggest a short course in biology.
Men and women were designed to be compatible sexually. Two men or two women engaged in a sexual relationship will never reproduce. This type of feedback should tell anyone engaging in the practice that the behavior is illogical. It would be like sticking a square peg into a round hole over and over again and expecting a different result sometime in the future.
Second, if Ed Bacon, the rector at All Saints Church in Pasadena, Calif., who was on The Oprah Winfrey Show in January of 2009, is right that “Being gay is a gift from God,” then it’s a white elephant gift.
Susan Russell, Senior Associate for Communication and Inclusion at All Saints, followed up Bacon’s “gift from God” comment by claiming that homosexuality “is the gift that keeps on giving.” No it’s not. Homosexuality doesn’t give anything because it doesn’t have the ability to give if it is consistent with its behavioral choices. It’s irrational and illogical.
Third, in order for homosexuality to continue, it needs heterosexuality. It’s a strange thing that a supposed normal sexual relationship like homosexuality requires the cooperation of another sexual relationship – heterosexuality – for its existence. It makes no sense. But this doesn’t matter to homosexuals. They have a lifestyle to defend. Logic be damned.
Fourth, when AIDS ravaged the homosexual community, homosexual activists worked overtime to maintain that there was no causal relationship between homosexual behavior and AIDS, and anyone who espoused a different opinion was publicly berated. Of course, that didn’t stop the deaths. This negative feedback did not stop them from engaging in the behavior that the medical profession was telling them translated the deadly virus that caused AIDS.
I think it was Einstein who said that insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. To paraphrase Dr. Gillian, “Whoever said homosexuals and their supporters were rational?”