Friday, July 15, 2005

Man and beast in Washington State

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At Saturday, July 16, 2005 1:47:00 AM, Anonymous Adam Graham said...

Wow! First of all, I hope everything's going well for you in Tennessee. It seems odd. I've wanted to see you since I was in Montana, and you've moved further.

I'm going to say that you're wrong on attacking Blue states as hotbeds of beastiality. According to the Seattle Times 17 states don't have a law on beastiality and I would bet that some of them are red states.

This isn't necessarily because the state thinks its okay, its perhaps because it hasn't been a big issue and they don't want to put another law on the books.

Whatever the case, and according to the Times they're going to try and get this corrected, you're making a leap that's not perhaps grounded in fact because we don't know.

Liberals will bring out the stereotype of the rural farmers. You're right its disgusting but at this point as it hasn't YET become a lib cause celeb, I wouldn't agree that you can establish a strong correlation between blue states and beastiality.

I'd also add that Washington almost elected a Republican governor and would have if not for the last minute shennanigans where hundreds of votes were found.

At Saturday, July 16, 2005 2:26:00 AM, Anonymous Adam Graham said...

Kind of going along with the point I was making early, the Tallhassee Democrat has a story of red state beastiality.


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