Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Institutions are better than loving homes

The State of Texas, faced with a shortage of loving foster homes, has taken steps to resolve that shortage -- by protecting these children from homosexual and bisexual foster parents. After all, it is better that these children live in institutions than living with someone who, like, BANGS THE WRONG SEX. After all, if they bang the wrong sex, what else might they do? Eat quiche? Admire French cuisine? VOTE DEMOCRAT?! No no, it is far better that we keep these children in sterile institutional settings than to submit them to the horrors of a loving home. After all, no child ever suffered from being raised in an institution rather than in a loving home!

- Badtux the Snarky Penguin


  1. Hmm, I appear to be bloggered. I have a mirror set up at in case I can't get blogspot to start responding again :-(.

    - Badtux the Anonymous Penguin

  2. I heard about this. They said it was to "protect children". From what? Exposure to caring people?

    And who do they think they're fooling when they say that stuff? Maybe the people in Texas are stupid enough to believe them. After all, they elected Dubya governor. But the rest of America...never mind. Half of America is exactly that stupid.

  3. The juish-christian position:
    Texas Oil companies care feed and cloth children.


    The rest of the world thinks:

    U.S.-Americans = kidkillers.

    During WWI & WWII in Europe.
    During the Vietnam Engagment.
    With B-52 bombers in Lybia
    With 9000 KG-bombs in Persia.(now:Afghanistan)
    With economical sanctions in so-called Irak.

  4. That's sounds like Newt Gingrich. He's thinking of running in 2008. I like moving targets. Badtux, did you know that the fellow at A Tiny Revolution is a Penguin, too? Maybe you are cousins.

  5. Thanks for stopping by the other day, Badtux. I have a picture of you on vacation and surfing in the islands. The Falkland Islands. It's over at Grouchy's place.


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