Host, American Family Assn's "Focal Point"
Executive Director, Idaho Values Alliance
Dear Brother Fischer,
I saw your post about the Twin Falls Girl Scouts having a hard time finding a headquarters because all the available sites are near registered sex offenders. That doesn't surprise me. I've been to Idaho. It's shaped like a man's rifle and grenades. You can't swing an O'Reilly ReamMaster 5000 around without whacking a dozen perverts. And heck, let's face it, inasmuch as Idaho requires public urinators, blow job enthusiasts*, and 19 year-olds who fornicate with 16 year-olds to register along with rapists and child molesters, the state is bound to have an over-abundance of sex offenders.
I feel bad for the Girl Scouts. Thank God you have an idea that could serve as the basis of a good, Christ-based solution to their problem:
We clearly must do something more permanent with sex offenders - either lock them up for life or put them to death if they are guilty of the rape of a child. If either sex offenders or the Girl Scouts have to be inconvenienced, I vote for sex offenders.I agree. If giving life sentences to pissers, mouth fornicators, and teen lovers will create a more pleasant ambiance at the local Girl Scouts HQ, I say, "Throw away the damned keys."
But is that really enough? Why must we coddle these horrible criminals by giving them free housing and meals for the rest of their lives? Do we really want to live in a world where our tax monies provide life-long shelter for those who would put their little soldiers in others' mouths or give tongue caresses to little sailors in boats? Should our prisons be a safe place for a man to wag his todger in front of more decent criminals?
I think not.
Lets bring back stoning. It'll give communities a a way to achieve closure after they discover a theatrical urinator, gobbler, or a pair of teen sweethearts in their midst. And, what the heck, we could give the Girl Scouts the stone and beard concession.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot
*Idaho Code §18-8304 lists "crime against nature" as one of the offences that require registration as a sex offender. It provides no definition of "crime against nature" other than a citation for the section dealing with the crime, Idaho Code §18-8304, which provides:
Every person who is guilty of the infamous crime against nature, committed with mankind or with any animal, is punishable by imprisonment in the state prison not less than five years. [emphasis, mine]Since every other crime (adultery, fornication, etc) is defined in that chapter, one must assume that the Idaho Legislature believed that a "crime against nature" (an act that could be performed with people or animals) was so "infamous," it need not be defined. Obviously, they are talking about oral sin, an act so heinous a president was impeached for it.
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