Government Spends Our Money on Lewd and Frivolous Homosexual Research
If it isn’t intuitively obvious why we don’t want the moonbats running the government to decide which medical research projects get funded, maybe this will help:
The federal government helped fund a study that examined what effect a gay man’s penis size has on his sex life and general well-being.
The study was among several backed by the National Institutes of Health that have come under scrutiny from a group claiming the agency is wasting valuable tax dollars at a time when the country is trying to control its debt. This particular research resulted in a 2009 report titled, “The Association Between Penis Size and Sexual Health Among Men Who Have Sex with Men.”
The study reported, among its findings, that gay men with “below average penises” were more likely to assume a “bottom” sexual position, while those with “above average penises” were more likely to assume a “top” sexual position. Those with average penises identified themselves as “versatile” in the bedroom.
Meanwhile Democrats insist on raising the debt ceiling and Republicans will assume the bottom position and go along with it, because Big Government can’t find anything to cut besides Social Security payments, which should at least establish that bureaucrats are the last people to trust with your retirement.
On a tip from Winston Smith. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
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