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Republican Religious have Double Standard Ways

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Do as I say not as I do seems to be the motto for our hypocritical Republican Religious group. I have always known that those that bark the loudest about homosexuality are those that are fighting with their own inner homosexual needs, and are waiting to unleash the inner beast within. Why is it that most religious people fail to see that we are driven by reflex and animalistic urges. Hunger, pain, sadness, anger, lust and sexual urges are rarely controllable urges, if at all. The more we try to keep these feelings bottled up inside, the more they seem to surface. Why are we fighting what seems to be most natural and continue to want to call it a sin? Why do we care what other people engage in and make it our number one plight in politics and religion, to then turn around and get caught with our hands in the cookie jar.

The list is getting longer and to tell you the truth, it is becoming nauseating by now to hear about these so called Republicans who are conservative, yet enjoy the wildest of sex which they can’t seem to get at home. We are dealing with a bunch of two face hypocrites in our political and religious arena. In Fort Lauderdale our very own Naugle is battling against homosexuals and ruining our tourism with his anti gay campaign. I can’t wait to hear his excuse when he gets busted with his pants down.

What a marvel and mystery it is to me that what we criticize the most is what we seem to crave and need. Human behavior and sexuality is something we have been fighting with since ancient times. Do you think that by now, in this day an age, we should finally give in and realize that God couldn’t give a dam about who we have sex with? For crying out loud he programed us to be a bunch of horny beasts. It is not immoral to enjoy or crave what is programmed in our system. Lets use our energies for something more constructive like possibly saving our planet, eliminating poverty and diseases and worry less about who is going to bed with who.

Gossiping is considered a sin, however, it might also be one of those programmed things in our system. You know this God of ours really doesn't play fair. He asked us not to do things, yet he places it in our hardware, it's kind of like programming your computer to do a spell check, but then get mad at it when it does so. Could it possibly be that God doesn't consider these things a sin, and it is our own twisted conscious that gets us in trouble? I wonder.

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