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Monday, September 28, 2009

Offer up your todgers unto calves

David Brooks
The New York Times

Dear Mr. Brooks,

As one of our nation's greatest promoters of rural utopianism (the idea that the true America, the most noble America, can only be found in the rural confines of the heartland), you must be very proud of how your ideas have helped shaped public discourse.

Examples of your influence are everywhere. We see it in the elevation of Sarah Palin, a passionately credulous, moose-killing, backwater governor, into a true conservative superstar. We see it in the centerpieces of the traditionalist (secessionist, dominionist, supremacists, and teabagger) movements which hold such great sway within God's Own Party. And we see it in the numbers of those who've so joyously embraced that most cherished of heartland values: livestock love.

For many years, livestock love traditionalists were forced to live closeted lives lest they become objects of ridicule and laughter. But your work of turning rural life into a sacred calling changed all that. People of substance began praising livestock love. Oklahoma Rep. Sally Kern offered it as an acceptable alternative to the sin of homosexuality. Compelled childbirth advocate Neal Horsley spoke lovingly about his relationship with a mule. Sen. John Cornyn painted us a picture of turtle tapping. Even the First Lady, Laura Bush, regaled us with tales of the President's attempts at stallion milking.

Now, a judge has ruled it to be legal. It came in a case against Robert Melia, a Moorestown, Pennsylvania cop. His fellow officers had found videos of him, offering up his little policeman to hungry calves. Burlington County Superior Court Judge James J. Morley ruled that the calves were more likely puzzled than harmed:
"If the cow had the cognitive ability to form thought and speak, would it say, 'Where's the milk? I'm not getting any milk.'"
Unfortunately, there are still those who hate our most cherished traditional values and want to criminalize them:
Burlington County Assistant County Prosecutor Kevin Morgan was certainly irritated by the ruling, claiming the grand jury didn't see the videos of the alleged incident, including one in which one hungry calf allegedly head-butts Melia in the stomach.

"I think any reasonable juror could infer that a man's penis in the mouth of a calf is torment," Morgan argued.
Maybe it's time for you to address the superiority of rural life again in a column.

Heterosexually yours,

Gen. JC Christian, patriot

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1 comment:

  1. They're arguing the merits of the case based on whether or not the calves were sexually tormented?

    So if they like it, it's not bestiality? I had no idea that was the law of the land. In the future, I will have to work much harder to make certain my beloved Bessie has her moment, too. But honestly, this sucks. That's why I picked Bessie, because she requires no foreplay or even conversation. Hell, I don't even have to milk her because she doesn't belong to me, she belongs to Mr. Herman next door. But now, if I want to avoid prison, I've got to make sure she's happy, or at the very least, confused about what I'm doing to her.

    What is this country coming to? Time was a man could have his way with the livestock and not worry about their feelings. I blame the feminazis of rural Pennsylvania.


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