bitterblkcoffeeman's comment history

What's funny is that people who don't live on social security believe that social security entitlements have us all living on 'easy street.' The only easy item social security benefits bring to me each and every month is the knowledge of exactly how far the funds will actually stretch to support me over a month. I worked all of those years for this??? Leave what little I get alone. I can't afford a bucket of balls at the local golf range. So much for the easy life!

August 28, 2011 at 10:33 a.m.

Darwin said it best. "Survival of the Fittest." Will we eventually evolve to include gays as part of humanity? I don't know. What did/has/ and still does work seems to include males and females of species being together. If I see two bulls in the pasture snuggling up during my lifetime I might reconsider my position. I don't believe in the Bible because it was written by people like me. Basically, someone else with an opinion!! Evolution has worked for millions upon millions of years. Gays and Lesbians want to change ancient geriatric biology in the blink of an evolutionary eye. It just ain't gonna happen. The last time I checked, it doesn't happen that quickly. You're going to have to give it a heck of a lot more time than you're (gays & lesbians) are asking for it to occur. I accept most tenants of evolution. I say "most" because we don't know everything yet. We are the only animals on the planet that practice male/male and female/female sexual behavior. Give this biological and mental practice another million years or so. Hopefully, it will have sorted itself out by then. Until then, quit pushing and shoving it into our faces. I won't and doesn't make you a hero. If you aren't will/can and probably will make you extinct.

August 28, 2011 at 9:56 a.m.

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