Isn't it all about sex? The legislative worm-wrestle over same-sex unions in the Kentucky House in the 11th hour of the General Assembly is all about sex. Do we need a state budget or more sex? Radical liberalism is preparing to send yet another broadside into the already reeling, American family.
The family is our most basic unit of government. It is the first community in which every person lives, and it represents the first authority under which we learn to live. The family establishes and undergirds our most basic and productive values. Should we establish and culturally perpetuate sex-centered families and institutions? To what end? Babylon? Greece? Rome?
If you shuck it down to the cob, (as Paul Harvey says), it's all about sex. The politics of sex brings us abortion on whim, condoms in school, R-rated primetime television, Bill Clinton, Janet Jackson, and Kobe Bryant as role models, children's eye-level soft porn at our checkout stands and no budget.