Dear Mr. Usher,
I really like what you’ve done with your article (Why Same-sex marriage is unconstitutional, 11/2011). In my mind, it’s perfect satire. I mean feminist lesbian conspiracies – where did you come up with that? It’s marvelous. And that’s not to mention the Constitutional Amendments that you threw in there (Seriously, I bet nobody checked if they were relevant).
But I must say that I feel like people still aren’t getting the point. Consider this article, in which the writer took you very seriously. It’s preposterous, I know, but there it is.
And that brings me to what I feel I can add. The Center for Marriage Policy is on the brink of being the best farce in the land – it just needs that extra push over the edge and into the abyss of reality. I am that extra push.
Allow me to demonstrate. I believe that all kids should play with legos, since legos teach them that homosexuality is wrong. Think about it. You build a lego home by placing the nub of one lego into the hole of another. You can’t build a sturdy lego home by poking two nubs together. It’s the same way with homosexuality. You can’t build a sturdy home without putting a man’s nub into a woman’s hole. That’s the way God intended it.
Or, have you ever rubbed the hole sides of two lego pieces together? That’s basically just like lesbianism. And it’s subverting America. Whenever I see my kids do that, I smack them. Also the way God intended it.
See? I just made that up right here on the spot! You see what I mean? I can be the force that ensures no one takes you seriously anymore. I mean heterosexual legos? It’s like feminist lesbian conspiracies but better. Also, since legos come in different colors, it could serve as a great example against interracial marriages if you wanted to go there.
The lego idea is a freebie – just know that there is plenty more where that came from. If you’re looking to really hit it big, get in touch. I think you and I would be great together (no homo). All I need is the opportunity to prove it to you.
Keep fighting the straight fight.
[UPDATE – Dec. 31, 2011] Here’s what Mr. Usher had to say to my application (via email; click to embiggen):
“Sorry but I’m not impressed by critical theory ridicule methods. It is you that is out of touch with facts and reality.
This is your last email to me. I have a filter on you now.”
Oh no! There’s a filter on me now! Get it off, get it off! David, I was just trying to help.
Wait a minute. If I’m out of touch with facts and reality, that means David’s article was serious. But… that means he believes… but how could anyone… *head explodes*
2 thoughts on “Application for Writer Position at the Center for Marriage Policy [Updated]”
HI Joe, you lose the debate. You did not respond to the facts we relate on the merits. Ridicule — or “critical theory 101” — does not change the truth. Its pretty funny you think we are practicing the critical theory you pretend not to be practicing.
Thanks for the boost. We could not have a better recommendation than this
David, what are you doing back here? Did you have too many ten-foot beers and start reliving your glory days of putting filters on people? Those days are gone, man. Let it go.
Also, that jumble of words you call a comment doesn’t make any sense. But since not making sense is kind of your thang, I won’t hold it against you.
Let’s make a deal. I’ll go back to writing posts that no one reads and you go back to obsessing about gay people. Sound good? Good.