A Louisiana lawmaker has prefiled a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would legalize the hunting of homosexuals and transsexuals during a specified six-week period.
“I’ll be damned if I stand idly by while Louisiana gets out-red-stated by Kansas and Arizona.”
State Senator A.G. Crowe, R-Slidell, is the author of SB69, which would authorize the creation of the nation’s first queer hunting season. If passed, the measure would permit state-licensed hunters to bag up to 20 mature homos, lesbos, and/or freaks between October 15 and November 30 each year, beginning this fall.
Crowe, a tea party conservative, said proposed statutes in other states allowing for unfettered discrimination against fags, dykes, and trannies compelled him to introduce the legislation.
“I’ll be damned if I stand idly by while Louisiana gets out-red-stated by Kansas and Arizona,” Crowe explained. “If God-fearing people in those states can have the right to not hire or serve sexual deviants because it offends their religious sensibilities, then by golly, our God-fearing citizens should have the right to hunt and kill sexual deviants if not doing so infringes on their religious beliefs.”
Crowe said that if Louisiana really wishes to live up to its nickname “Sportsman’s Paradise,” SB69 should be enacted into law.
“As Americans and Louisianans, we should have the right to honor our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ by stalking and shooting fudge packers, rug munchers, and shims,” Crowe stated. “It’s a First and Second Amendment issue. And those are the only two amendments that really matter.”