OBAMA SPENDING $1.5 MILLION TO STUDY WHY LESBIANS ARE FAT AND GAYS ARE NOT

English: Brigham and Women's Hospital, 75 Fran...

English: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, 75 Francis Street, Boston, MA (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

While Obama just shut down the White House tours due to supposed budget cuts, National Institute of Health ( NIH ) just splurged a hefty sum of $1.5 million to study why three-quarters of lesbians are obese while male gays are not. The study will focus on the relationship between overweight and sexual orientation. The Obama administration is the most gay obsessed administration in history, picking up every gay card and leading the advocacy while America is still suffering from the most sluggish eonomic recovery in history. 

The grant was given to Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston with the grant descriptiion describing obesity as “one of the most critical public health issues affecting US today” , an issue of “high public health significance.”

I could have spared the taxpayers $1.5 million if NIH asked me the reason why. The answer is simple : men are expected to be buffed up while women are expected to be thin. Since lesbians want to be men, they need to lose their womanly curves and they do that by gaining weight. Men/lesbian culture could care less about appearance – that obsession belongs to the other side, the world of women/gay. Gays want to be thin if they want to put on a sexy dress and want to look good on their jeansand shirt.  It’s just considered fashionable among gay/women culture to be slim. If my analysis is correct, NIH just wasted $1.5 million.Next time tell Obama I’ll do it for half the price, that is $750,000, and I’ll even give half of that to the Democrat party. And this took me only five minutes to draft.

Copyright 2013 katenews2day

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2 thoughts on “OBAMA SPENDING $1.5 MILLION TO STUDY WHY LESBIANS ARE FAT AND GAYS ARE NOT

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