The ridiculousness of 'Parent 1' and 'Parent 2'

On The Kelly File on August 18, 2015, it was suggested by  the Tennessee Courts that "mother" and "father"  be renamed "Parent 1" and "Parent 2."

I loved my mother.  I loved my father.  The words for them were part of the collage of love.  They were not the meaningless interchangeable terms of the left or the fractured gay community.  They were not numerological substitutes for sexually diversified human beings.

"Parent 1" and "Parent 2" is disrespectful to the kinetic love among mothers, fathers, and their children.  It is political correctness run amok. That the courts would hold up the preference of the two-percent gay community in place of the zeitgeist of the majority-heterosexual society is an assault on democracy.  It is a linguistic trick to distort the gestalt of the majority.  It is political correctness leading to language perversion.

Communal, communist societies try to destroy the family structure.  Family values are against big bureaucracy and the left coddles big government.  Leftists are afraid of mothers and fathers.  They want robotic parents.  They want "Parent 1" and "Parent 2."  As progressive Hillary said, "It takes a village."

What she should have said was that it takes a village to ruin human nature and the honest results of structural DNA. 

America was formed to give the say to the majority not the eccentric minorities.  It is government by the majority, not the minority, for the people, not the idiosyncratic person.

 Why does the left wing want to politically distort speech?  Why does Obama refuse to criticize radical Islam, and why does he call terrorism workplace violence?

Without a language, we have no direct communication.  We become linguistically blinded and lose our grasp of meaning.  When  we let the government or courts dictate our language, we become deaf to the reality of what true language represents.

If my dad were still alive, I couldn't imagine calling him "Parent 1."  I would rather bite off my tongue. 

The left thinks that it is being humane by allowing all people to be referred to as "Parent."  They do not realize that they are turning the emotional bundle of a familial relationship into an ideological prejudice.

They are turning humans into robots.

On The Kelly File on August 18, 2015, it was suggested by  the Tennessee Courts that "mother" and "father"  be renamed "Parent 1" and "Parent 2."

I loved my mother.  I loved my father.  The words for them were part of the collage of love.  They were not the meaningless interchangeable terms of the left or the fractured gay community.  They were not numerological substitutes for sexually diversified human beings.

"Parent 1" and "Parent 2" is disrespectful to the kinetic love among mothers, fathers, and their children.  It is political correctness run amok. That the courts would hold up the preference of the two-percent gay community in place of the zeitgeist of the majority-heterosexual society is an assault on democracy.  It is a linguistic trick to distort the gestalt of the majority.  It is political correctness leading to language perversion.

Communal, communist societies try to destroy the family structure.  Family values are against big bureaucracy and the left coddles big government.  Leftists are afraid of mothers and fathers.  They want robotic parents.  They want "Parent 1" and "Parent 2."  As progressive Hillary said, "It takes a village."

What she should have said was that it takes a village to ruin human nature and the honest results of structural DNA. 

America was formed to give the say to the majority not the eccentric minorities.  It is government by the majority, not the minority, for the people, not the idiosyncratic person.

 Why does the left wing want to politically distort speech?  Why does Obama refuse to criticize radical Islam, and why does he call terrorism workplace violence?

Without a language, we have no direct communication.  We become linguistically blinded and lose our grasp of meaning.  When  we let the government or courts dictate our language, we become deaf to the reality of what true language represents.

If my dad were still alive, I couldn't imagine calling him "Parent 1."  I would rather bite off my tongue. 

The left thinks that it is being humane by allowing all people to be referred to as "Parent."  They do not realize that they are turning the emotional bundle of a familial relationship into an ideological prejudice.

They are turning humans into robots.