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Circumcision Bans Outlawed In California

Posted by John Hitchcock on 2011/10/04

HT The Other McCain
The Miami Herald excerpts the Sacramento Bee in reporting that it is now illegal in the State of California for any county or city to ban male circumcision.

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill prohibiting cities and counties from banning male circumcision, his office announced today.

Assembly Bill 768 by Assemblyman Mike Gatto, D-Los Angeles, was inspired by a San Francisco ballot measure designed to prohibit child circumcision there. A judge in July ordered the circumcision ban off the November ballot, but Gatto’s bill proceeded through the Legislature, where it passed with unanimous votes.

Gatto argued that such bans were an affront to the exercise of “personal, medical and religious freedom.”

The San Diego-based anti-Semitic group that was leading the charge to outlaw male circumcision in San Fransisco — and produced multiple evil anti-Semitic comics in that endeavor — hardest hit.

Anti-Semites, do you like apples? Well, California got your number. How do you like them apples?

3 Responses to “Circumcision Bans Outlawed In California”

  1. Dana Pico said

    Anti-Semitic? Maybe, possibly, probably. But, originating in San Francisco? It was just too many guys worried about other guy’s penises.


  2. DNW said

    “Anti-Semitic? Maybe, possibly, probably. But, originating in San Francisco?”

    This particular conflict was addressed, I believe by yourself, as well as Neo-Neocon, in its early stages.

    Your judgement here that it has more to do with the California cult of Priapus than with anti-Semitism per se, is probably correct. The anti-Semitic angle likely provides the Nazi and uniform fetishists of the cult a way to combine that particularly idiocy with a spurious anti-mutilation advocacy. How annoying …


  3. AOTC said

    ive been to San Fransisco once. we attended a national machinists competition. (my brother took #2 in the nation, heh)

    granted, you cant know an entire culture movement by spending a few days in a place… but i saw sights there i have never seen before our visit and have not seen since.

    the impression i got was this: the main idea is to do as little work as possible, get the best benefits and do only what you want. then adopt a pet cause so you can feel good about yourself, because you certainly wont get any satisfaction from producing or creating anything.

    this is success to lazy people.


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