Skip to comments.Homosexuals should pay more insurance
Posted on 01/20/2005 11:04:16 AM PST by MikeEdwards
With the big flap over so-called "gay marriage" temporarily on the back burner--now that their fearless but feckless leader John Kerry has gone down in flames, and with the first government-sanctioned same-sex unions already ending nastily in divorce courts and bitter custody battles--this just might be an opportune moment to discuss some rarely mentioned health problems inherent within the allegedly avant garde homosexual lifestyle.
Some would say it is a known fact that most homosexuals, and especially gay men, are promiscuous. Their rhetoric is carefully crafted to give the impression they are in "committed, caring relationships" while research suggests that the vast majority of gays are neither celibate nor monogamous. (All heterosexuals are not celibate or monogamous either.)
Some may say, so what? Well, the corollary to this homosexual health hypothesis is another proven fact: most sexually active homosexuals simply dont live a very long time. The heartier they party, it seems, the shorter the time that party lasts.
According to a article entitled The Longevity of Homosexuals in the Omega Journal of Death and Dying, the median age of death from AIDS for homosexual men is 37, and the median age of death from other causes is 42. This does not compare favorably to the ever-increasing average lifespan of the rest of the heterosexual American population.
An analysis conducted at the end of 1997 by the Centers for Disease Control revealed that fully 60 percent of all AIDS cases in the United States are found among homosexual men. This is an amazingly high figure, especially when we consider that homosexuals--contrary to Kinsey's flawed study and fabricated "one-in-ten" myth--constitute only about 1 to 2 percent of our total population. . . . .
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I would think that other arguably "genetically based behaviors" that result in higher health problems (alcoholism, obesity, etc.) result in higher insurance rates. i don't know.
what I DO know is that these other behaviors are not encouraged through state-created institutions, with the attendant tax and other benefits.
Just a thought.
I didn't have to read anything but the title to agree.
It has since become a euphemism for officially subsidizing perversion.
Before I retired from a large bank here in town, it was a noted thing far a homosexal to be off work for five months 29 days then the homosexal supervisor would let them come back and set around one day so they would be able to draw another six months off on disabilty.This went on till the bank went out of business
GASP! No not THAT! It's all Bush's fault, not theirs!
Absolutely. I remember our new pastor when I was a senior in high school couldn't get cheaper insurance because he was so overweight.
He still is fifteen years later. But apparently he has a teaching position or something that pays better.
"An analysis conducted at the end of 1997 by the Centers for Disease Control revealed that fully 60 percent of all AIDS cases in the United States are found among homosexual men. This is an amazingly high figure, especially when we consider that homosexuals--contrary to Kinsey's flawed study and fabricated "one-in-ten" myth--constitute only about 1 to 2 percent of our total population."
Funny how a small minority of the population is the largest contributor to AIDS. 98% of the population shouldn't pay the increased insurance benefits for 2% of the population's high risk behavior. A convicted drunk driver pays higher car insurance rates (high risk) compared to those who maintain a clean driving record. It shouldn't be any different here.
It is an indisputable biological dead end.
The queer mafia are nothing but parasites.
Smokers have to pay more for insurance, because of the added health risk. It makes sense to put an "HIV rider" on policies, to be purchased by those who think they need it, and ignored by those who, because of a less promiscuous lifestyle, may not feel the need for it. That makes more sense than expecting everybody in the insurance pool to be penalized for the behavior of a few.
Unprotected homosexual intercourse is far more dangerous than smoking. Smokers pay more for / cannot get the cheapest health insurance. The implication is obvious, but political correctness prevents do the right thing from a business perspective.
When they're no longer "useful" as a political tool.
DO agree with one possible caveate-- Have seen the revolving door most non-faith rehabilitation programs
result in. The Local VA drug rehab program as one example.
Every time the druggie-or alcoholic confirms they have sufficiantly progressed to claim completion of in-house
rehab they are released to the same streets and environment where they had so many facilitators before going to (often -court ordered) rehab. Too often within
months these addicts are returned to the rehab program
and meet with the same results. It seems the same can almost be said of the reprobates.
But the cancer ward has yet to find its'Ryan White nor a
sypathetic Democratic Party to push for protected class
status for the aqualung ward.