Wednesday, November 23, 2005

A politician from Northern Ireland, Maurice Mills, Hurricane Katrina is God’s judgment against homosexuals. He believes the hurricane was sent to cancel "Southern Decadence," a festival celebrating debauchery and the homosexual lifestyle which had attracted 125,000 people last year. Katrina struck New Orleans just days before this year's event, but Mills complained that the media failed to report that fact.

Mills went on to say "Surely this is a warning to nations where such wickedness is increasingly promoted and practiced. This abominable and filthy practice of sodomy has resulted in the great continent of Africa being riddled with AIDS, all at great cost to the nations and innocent children."

Another guy with the same thought is Alabama state senator Hank Erwin, who said the hurricane was God punishing the U.S. for its national breaking of biblical laws.

Mills concluded with this statement: “This is me as an individual taking a stand for God."

If the hurricane was God’s message, the homosexuals did not get it. Less than a week after the hurricane, in the midst of great suffering and sorrow, homosexuals paraded and partied down Bourbon Street. You would not want a disaster to get in the way of your sex life. A few days later, homosexuals paraded around in Lafayette, Louisiana., holding the Southern Decadence Parade in Exile. Decadence waits for no man.

Interestingly, Hurricane Wilma, which hit Florida, delayed another homosexual debauchery event, “Fantasy Fest” in Key West.

Maybe Mr. Mills has a point.
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