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Gay science is all fake, admits Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni

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When you watch Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni talk it becomes clear that he is a reasonable man that is trying to help his nation and certainly is more carful and caring about protecting his nation's future than US President Barack Obama is. Its is also clear that when considering laws in his country regarding gays he was reasonable in regards to that as well and consulted science for an explanation on the matter and was able to clearly determine the science supporting such claims wasn't there.

Gays and their supporters then changed their story and started to argue it was a matter of personal choice and it was their civil right to make this personal choice and President Yoweri Museveni was wise enough to see through these manipulative tactics and lies, and decide the matter accordingly.

So after carefully weighing the science, considering what was best for his nation and deciding accordingly, what is his reward? The US and it Western allies cut over 90 million through the World Bank in funding to the democracy, which has always been a loyal US ally. Who knew that one day the UNited States of America, which was their ally during the cold war because they were a freedom of religion state would one day be so influential in cutting all aid to them because they actually stayed true to the values of their religion, like telling the truth about fake gay science. But shamefully thats America these days, everything is up for sale and if you wont sell you're out--so Uganda's out.

Check that out here: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/uganda-slapped-aid-cuts-anti-gay-bill-22693295

Ofwono Opondo, a spokesman for Uganda's government, stated that Uganda doesn't mind.

"It's actually a trap for dependence," he said, talking about donor support. "It's actually good that they removed the aid, so that we can live within the means we have."

"Live within our means?" Watch out there Ofwono Opondo, with talk like that you'll sure to upset American politicians from both sides of the aisle.

Stay strong Uganda. Apparently you have a better president and government than we Americans do.

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