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Evil scum of humanity
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Our absurdly vitriolic comment of the day comes from the always raging readers of breitbart.com, for an article by Dr. Susan Berry, who is just utterly outraged about an advertisement that dares to suggest abortions don’t turn women into miserable psychotic wrecks: NARAL Video: Should I Go for a Jog or Have an Abortion?

As with a lot of Breitbart articles, the real action is not in the silly stuff at the top of the page, it’s in the hundreds of totally whacked out wingnut comments that follow.

This is my favorite, reformatted as free verse. I’ve titled it:

Evil Scum of Humanity

Liberals,
are the most disgusting
twisted
evil scum of humanity.

They are mass murders of un-born children
(at 55 million since 1973).

They lie on a daily basis
(look at the two news reports of the past 4 years being edited)

They the biggest racists in the country
(look at the KKK).

They are unAmerican,
and a disease.

They are for big government
and
they want to control everyone’s lives.

They stomp
on the constitution
and call the rest of us traitors.

They need to be tried
and executed

for treason.

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220 comments

1 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:32:13pm

I see they are quite
Unhinged and are a real threat
to people with brains

2 iossarian  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:32:43pm
They lie on a daily basis
(look at the two news reports of the past 4 years being edited)

Is there some kind of right-wing meme here? On the face of it, this doesn’t make a whole lot of sense (“two news reports”? which ones?)

3 Dr. Matt  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:33:23pm

Someone needs to up their Ritalin dosage.

4 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:33:35pm

They live with hate on their minds
say we are evil
Wonder who they hate more
us or terrorists

5 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:33:41pm

OT:

What does this mean, in ggt terminology?

thanks

6 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:33:57pm
They are unAmerican,
and a disease.

Ah, a loving, religious-right spokesman if there ever was

7 Dr. Matt  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:34:42pm

re: #2 iossarian

Is there some kind of right-wing meme here? On the face of it, this doesn’t make a whole lot of sense (“two news reports”? which ones?)

I think it/he/she is referring to the so-called “edited video” of the gunnuts heckling the father at Sandy Hook.

8 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:35:04pm

re: #6 Bulworth

Ah, a loving, religious-right spokesman if there ever was

I hope they know they sound very Nazi like calling their fellow Americans a disease or the old Andy Breitbart favorite, parasites. Can’t stand the paranoid fuckers but calling a whole group of people a disease or parasites makes you sound like a real nutcase.

9 iossarian  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:35:13pm

i am white
but not yet a CEO
and may never be one

it must be the liberals’ fault

10 Ian G.  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:35:21pm

Some people
Really need
Intense psychotherapy

11 Ghost of Tom Joad  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:36:20pm

re: #5 FemNaziBitch

OT:

What does this mean, in ggt terminology?

thanks

Less people working. Economy not doing as well.

12 DREd  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:36:29pm

(look at the two news reports of the past 4 years being edited)

Anyone have any idea what this means? I don’t speak derp.

13 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:36:32pm

Wingnuts love freedom
as long as freedom consists
of only their rules

14 iossarian  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:37:18pm

re: #13 Kragar

Wingnuts love freedom
as long as freedom consists
of only their rules

how else would you define
freedom
you commie bastard?

15 [deleted]  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:37:37pm
16 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:38:11pm

Liberals are the KKK? I think the line of thinking (one dare not call it “logic”) is that they were founded by Southern Democrats, and now Democrats are liberals, therefore all Democrats are KKK.

17 Destro  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:38:21pm

I want to thank the religious right for hobbling the Republican party - because I think the less govt and less taxes ideology - while built on unicorn fairytales - has an appeal to Americans - govt should not bother us with how we have sex and with whom nor should they bother us with taxes - coherent.

What you have now is a party that says less govt intervention unless it involves the govt trying to disrupt gay rights or abortion rights or sexuality or other such social conservative causes where they want to impose on people behaviors.


It used to be that the glue that held these two ideologies together is a love of militarism and anti-communism during the Nixon/Reagan era and after 9/11 in the Bush era but that is no longer such a powerful bond.

It’s a schizophrenic message and he GOP’s confusion of message shows this.

18 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:38:51pm

Irony: The same people who accuse liberal of murdering babies don’t want to see children being vaccinated against debilitating illnesses because they care so much.

19 lawhawk  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:39:09pm

re: #5 FemNaziBitch

Gallup’s payroll to population is a way of looking at employment for a population. In this case, Gallup is using it to look at an estimate of the percentage of the U.S. adult population aged 18 and older who are employed full time by an employer for at least 30 hours per week. P2P is not seasonally adjusted.

20 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:39:25pm

re: #16 Sol Berdinowitz

Liberals are the KKK? I think the line of thinking (one dare not call it “logic”) is that they were founded by Southern Democrats, and now Democrats are liberals, therefore all Democrats are KKK.

Yes, that’s the “logic.” Because white supremacists are liberals even though at the same time they want to bash us for supporting multiculturalism and diversity.

21 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:39:29pm

I can’t think of two words that better describe the Republican base than:

Death Cult.

22 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:40:13pm

re: #17 Destro

I want to thank the religious right for hobbling the Republican party

Thank Reagan for that: he ran with their broad support, but he threw them and their agenda under the bus as soon as Nancy’s house astrologer told her the stars were propitious.

They vowed never to be fooled again and set out to take the entire party hostage, starting from local levels, all the way to the top.

23 iossarian  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:40:18pm

re: #16 Sol Berdinowitz

Liberals are the KKK? I think the line of thinking (one dare not call it “logic”) is that they were founded by Southern Democrats, and now Democrats are liberals, therefore all Democrats are KKK.

Line of derping?

24 Destro  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:41:05pm

re: #22 Sol Berdinowitz

Thank Reagan for that: he ran with their brad support, but he threw them under the bus as soon as Nancy’s house astrologer told her the stars were propitious.

They vowed never to be fooled again and set out to take the entire party hostage, starting from local levels, all the way to the top.

There is much truth in your words.

25 erik_t  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:41:19pm

7/10, needs more Benghazi.

26 chadu  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:41:45pm

They are for big government
and
they want to control everyone’s lives.

We are for small government and personal liberty
and
want to make sure it’s illegal
for gays to get married
and
want the government to make sure
no woman ever gets an abortion
unless
a doctor sticks an ultrasound wand
into
her hoo-hah.

27 Dr. Matt  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:42:17pm

re: #16 Sol Berdinowitz

Liberals are the KKK? I think the line of thinking (one dare not call it “logic”) is that they were founded by Southern Democrats, and now Democrats are liberals, therefore all Democrats are KKK.

The only problem with their “logic” is that the Southern Democrats were right-wing conservatives allowed to exist in the Democratic Big Tent. Following the CRA, they left the Democratic Party and were welcomed with open arms in the GOP.

29 iossarian  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:43:51pm

re: #27 Dr. Matt

The only problem with their logic…

Would that that were true. We’d be in a lot less shit right now if the only problem with right-wing logic were a mis-understanding of the 1950s party affiliation landscape.

30 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:45:03pm

re: #27 Dr. Matt

The only problem with their logic is that the Southern Democrats were right-wing conservatives allowed to exist in the Democratic Big Tent. Following the CRA, they left the Democratic Party and were welcomed with open arms in the GOP.

Yeah, they always ignore that pesky fact. That the GOP pandered to those Southern white Democrats who were angry at the party’s leftward turn on Civil Rights and other social issues. And if they ever read about the Conservative Coalition, they’d find that many of those old segregationist office holders were quite right wing on other issues too. They just hated the Republican Party because the Republican Party had the party of Lincoln label and Lincoln was and sadly in some parts of the South still is a very unpopular person. Took Nixon and later Reagan pandering to their bigotry to convince them that the GOP was okay with them.

31 Charles Johnson  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:45:08pm

This free verse approach really works with wingnut comments.

32 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:45:16pm

re: #26 chadu

We are for small government and personal liberty
and
want to make sure it’s illegal
for gays to get married
and
want the government to make sure
no woman ever gets an abortion
unless
a doctor sticks an ultrasound wand
into
her hoo-hah.
EVER

ftfy

33 Dr. Matt  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:46:19pm

re: #29 iossarian

Would that that were true. We’d be in a lot less shit right now if the only problem with right-wing logic were a mis-understanding of the 1950s party affiliation landscape.

Hell, by today’s standards Lincoln would undoubtedly be a ‘D’ and they would squarely label him a Fascist, Liberal, Commie for suspending Habeas Corpus.

34 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:48:03pm

re: #11 Ghost of Tom Joad

Less people working. Economy not doing as well.

Thank you

re: #19 lawhawk

Gallup’s payroll to population is a way of looking at employment for a population. In this case, Gallup is using it to look at an estimate of the percentage of the U.S. adult population aged 18 and older who are employed full time by an employer for at least 30 hours per week. P2P is not seasonally adjusted.

Thanks! I got that part, but what I don’t get out of all the math, is how does this compare to the last 100 years. To other countries. How much of this employment is government, now much is private and how much is college students, stay-at-home-moms, the unemployable.

Do, does it really mean anything?

35 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:48:08pm

re: #33 Dr. Matt

Hell, by today’s standards Lincoln would undoubtedly be a ‘D’ and they would squarely label him a Fascist, Liberal, Commie for suspending Habeas Corpus.

A lot of them already do that. Charles has posted about how at CPAC and other right wing conferences that there are many lectures that paint Lincoln as a tyrant. I believe Glenn Beck fairly recently said that America started going down hill after the Civil War and attributed that to Lincoln.

36 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:48:51pm

Bill Donohue Claims Story about Abandoned ‘Gay Dog’ Proves that Homosexuality is a ‘Bonus’

We’ve heard a lot of the Religious Right complaining about “special rights” for gays, but Bill Donohue of the Catholic League is taking that charge to a whole new level. Donohue reacted to a story about a woman, Stephanie Fryns, who rescued a dog from a kill shelter after a Facebook posting reported that the dog had been abandoned “because his owner says he’s gay.” According to ABC, Fryns said “she saw Elton on an adoption website and had made plans to rescue him even before his story went viral.”

The posting came from a Facebook group “which tries to find homes for dogs in kill-shelters,” but Donohue said that the shelter was behind the posting and suggested it had an unfair bias in favor of gay dogs.

Donohue claimed that “the shelter is not exactly inclusive in its policies” and maintained that the story is proof that “being gay is not only a bonus for humans these days” but also “a definite plus for dogs as well.” “As for straights, the lonely and the disabled, that’s another story altogether,” he said.

37 jaunte  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:48:57pm
They the biggest racists in the country
(look at the KKK).

I missed
the part where the KKK
became Liberals

38 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:49:06pm

re: #20 HappyWarrior

Yes, that’s the “logic.” Because white supremacists are liberals even though at the same time they want to bash us for supporting multiculturalism and diversity.

KKK is lobbying big time to turn themselves into something normal people will join. We talked about it briefly a few days back. There were some links, have no idea how to find them.

39 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:49:47pm

re: #35 HappyWarrior

A lot of them already do that. Charles has posted about how at CPAC and other right wing conferences that there are many lectures that paint Lincoln as a tyrant. I believe Glenn Beck fairly recently said that America started going down hill after the Civil War and attributed that to Lincoln.

Disturbing amounts of Civil War (and slavery) revisionism are getting baked into RW nut job mythology these days.

40 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:50:09pm

re: #30 HappyWarrior

Yeah, they always ignore that pesky fact. That the GOP pandered to those Southern white Democrats who were angry at the party’s leftward turn on Civil Rights and other social issues. And if they ever read about the Conservative Coalition, they’d find that many of those old segregationist office holders were quite right wing on other issues too. They just hated the Republican Party because the Republican Party had the party of Lincoln label and Lincoln was and sadly in some parts of the South still is a very unpopular person. Took Nixon and later Reagan pandering to their bigotry to convince them that the GOP was okay with them.

LBJ, don’t forget his part in all that.

41 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:50:43pm

re: #40 FemNaziBitch

LBJ, don’t forget his part in all that.

Yes, thank you.

42 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:50:44pm

re: #33 Dr. Matt

Hell, by today’s standards Lincoln would undoubtedly be a ‘D’ and they would squarely label him a Fascist, Liberal, Commie for suspending Habeas Corpus.

I see John Wilkes Booth as an early wingnut. He killed a progressive president just like the wingnuts want to kill our current president.

43 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:50:55pm

re: #39 EPR-radar

Disturbing amounts of Civil War (and slavery) revisionism are getting baked into RW nut job mythology these days.

All in the plot to get free labor.

44 chadu  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:51:08pm

re: #32 FemNaziBitch

Heh. Thanks!

45 makeitstop  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:51:40pm

re: #36 Kragar

Bill Donohue Claims Story about Abandoned ‘Gay Dog’ Proves that Homosexuality is a ‘Bonus’

Donohue is one fucked up dude. He seems to actually believe that there’s such a thing as a gay dog.

46 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:51:54pm

re: #36 Kragar

Bill Donohue Claims Story about Abandoned ‘Gay Dog’ Proves that Homosexuality is a ‘Bonus’

Not that it really matters but do we even know the dog was gay? Me thinks Billy spent way too much thinking about this and trying to twist this story into ZOMG GAY ANIMALS GET SPECIAL RIGHTS.

47 Ian G.  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:52:10pm

re: #36 Kragar

I don’t even….someone please get Donohue some help. Babbling about gay dogs, a topic that was “South Park”-worthy 15 years ago.

48 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:52:27pm

re: #42 JeffFX

I see John Wilkes Booth as an early wingnut. He killed a progressive president just like the wingnuts want to kill our current president.

Not to mention that the NRA and a bunch of other wingnuts are attempting to incite another assassination.

49 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:52:31pm

re: #43 FemNaziBitch

All in the plot to get free labor.

Most problems usually come down to greed. You can seriously enrich yourself if you can enslave your fellow-man. Underpaying them for what they produce works well too.

50 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:52:33pm

re: #45 makeitstop

Donohue is one fucked up dude. He seems to actually believe that there’s such a thing as a gay dog.

or that being a gay dog makes it worthy of being euthanized.

51 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:52:58pm

re: #31 Charles Johnson

This free verse approach really works with wingnut comments.

I like to imagine them as hipster poets with a bongo player in the background.

Image: beatnik2_png_250x1000_q85.jpg

52 Ghost of Tom Joad  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:53:20pm

re: #36 Kragar

Bill Donohue Claims Story about Abandoned ‘Gay Dog’ Proves that Homosexuality is a ‘Bonus’

It’s amazing all the people they shit on because they think they have it “so great.” Those lucky duckies. Gays, minorities, poor people on welfare/food stamps. Just amazing how lucky they are to be given the lavish lifestyles that society provides for them because they’re not white.//

53 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:53:36pm

re: #45 makeitstop

Donohue is one fucked up dude. He seems to actually believe that there’s such a thing as a gay dog.

Years ago, there was a tabloid headline “How to tell if your dog is gay”.

Bill Donahue needs to get a better grip on reality.

54 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:53:42pm

re: #46 HappyWarrior

Not that it really matters but do we even know the dog was gay? Me thinks Billy spent way too much thinking about this and trying to twist this story into ZOMG GAY ANIMALS GET SPECIAL RIGHTS.

He kept sniffing other dogs asses.

MY GOD! THEY’RE ALL GAY!!!

55 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:54:03pm

re: #52 Ghost of Tom Joad

It’s amazing all the people they shit on because they think they have it “so great.” Those lucky duckies. Gays, minorities, poor people on welfare/food stamps. Just amazing how lucky they are to be given the lavish lifestyles that society provides for them because they’re not white.//

I know, it’s so tough being a straight white Christian male of privilege in this country!

56 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:54:23pm

re: #54 Kragar

He kept sniffing other dogs asses.

MY GOD! THEY’RE ALL GAY!!!

The dog or Donahue……………….

57 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:54:27pm
58 Our Precious Bodily Fluids  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:54:42pm

re: #31 Charles Johnson

This free verse approach really works with wingnut comments.

59 Political Atheist  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:54:59pm

If a rage boner could talk, it would sound just like that quote. Whew, somebody should study RWNJ heart attack and stroke rates.

60 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:55:03pm

re: #56 HappyWarrior

The dog or Donahue……………….

Yes.

61 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:56:05pm

re: #43 FemNaziBitch

All in the plot to get free labor.

Five or so years from now, the wingnuts are going to get around to noticing that the 13th amendment does not prohibit slavery completely. It can be imposed as a punishment for crimes.

The prison-industrial complex is already taking significant steps along these lines.

62 Ghost of Tom Joad  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:56:27pm

re: #56 HappyWarrior

The dog or Donahue……………….

Donahue’s just mad that he hasn’t yet found a dog that would hump his leg.

Dogs can sense evil. They probably howl when he walks by.

63 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:56:28pm

God, I’d hate being a wingnut. Can you imagine living in a world where a gay doing being spared euthanasia upsets you?

64 Charles Johnson  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:57:27pm

re: #51 Kragar

I like to imagine them as hipster poets with a bongo player in the background.

Image: beatnik2_png_250x1000_q85.jpg

Yeah, daddy-o! And at the end, everybody applauds by snapping their fingers.

65 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 1:58:12pm

re: #36 Kragar

Ah, I spoke too soon about not hearing anything from Donahue lately…sorry to say. What an as$hole.

66 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:00:25pm

re: #61 EPR-radar

Five or so years from now, the wingnuts are going to get around to noticing that the 13th amendment does not prohibit slavery completely. It can be imposed as a punishment for crimes.

The prison-industrial complex is already taking significant steps along these lines.

Love how the GOP rails against entitlements, but says nothing about the “free” everything prisoner’s get. It’s really the largest welfare/health program out there. And the push to privatize the whole operation is significant.

One can see how it can turn into free labor once someone starts focusing on moar profits or it for some reason becomes unprofitable.

67 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:01:10pm

re: #64 Charles Johnson

Yeah, daddy-o! And at the end, everybody applauds by snapping their fingers.

within a haze of smoke.

68 BongCrodny  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:01:52pm

This was my favorite part:

They stomp
on the constitution
and call the rest of us traitors.

They need to be tried
and executed

for treason.

Oy.

69 Charles Johnson  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:02:11pm

re: #58 Our Precious Bodily Fluids

Turn your eyes inside and dig the vacuum.

70 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:02:39pm

re: #66 FemNaziBitch

Love how the GOP rails against entitlements, but says nothing about the “free” everything prisoner’s get. It’s really the largest welfare/health program out there. And the push to privatize the whole operation is significant.

One can see how it can turn into free labor once someone starts focusing on moar profits or it for some reason becomes unprofitable.

Prison is expensive, and I believe there is already some wingnut pressure to make prisoners ‘earn their keep’.

71 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:03:00pm

re: #64 Charles Johnson

Yeah, daddy-o! And at the end, everybody applauds by snapping their fingers.

“Focus your audio, hepcat, and keeps your claws sharp over at Breitbart, if you can noodle through it.”

72 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:03:31pm

re: #68 BongCrodny

This was my favorite part:

Oy.

Yeah, I love. They’re mad at being called traitors(I don’t use that word because it’s a very specific charge to levy) and then they suggest hanging people simply because they’re liberals. As I said, must be a strange world to be a wingnut where the little things in life like a gay couple getting married upset the living hell out of you.

73 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:03:52pm

re: #24 Destro

There is much truth in your words.

I am surprised how little this is discussed, but look especially at education and local administration: the Texas Board of Education is a prime example of Fundamentalist Christians getting in and taking control of an entire state’s school system.

74 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:05:51pm

re: #36 Kragar

Bill Donohue Claims Story about Abandoned ‘Gay Dog’ Proves that Homosexuality is a ‘Bonus’

Where the f*ck does Leviticus or Corinthians or anywhere else in the Bible say anything at all about gay dogs or any sort of gay animals in general?

75 jaunte  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:06:50pm

re: #36 Kragar

Bill Donohue proves that there is no claim too outlandish to make,
to prove that he’s the real victim.

76 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:07:34pm

re: #73 Sol Berdinowitz

I am surprised how little this is discussed, but look especially at education and local administration: the Texas Board of Education is a prime example of Fundamentalist Christians getting in and taking control of an entire state’s school system.

It is discouraging that the essentially true accusation that the US Christian Right is going for theocracy gets so little traction in mainstream discussions. It seems to get dismissed as merely a “both sides call the other side names” exercise.

77 Decatur Deb  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:09:40pm

re: #64 Charles Johnson

Yeah, daddy-o! And at the end, everybody applauds by snapping their fingers.

I saw the best derps of your generation destroyed by madness, raving hysterical freepers,
dragging themselves away from the negro Prez at dawn looking for an anger fix,
addelheaded oldsters burning for the ancient heavenly connection to the
stupid dynamo in the machinery of light,
who poverty and tatters and hollow-eyed high sat up smoking Camels in the supernatural darkness of mother’s basements floating across the tops of cities contemplating disco,
who bared their brains to Heaven under the towers and saw Mohammedan terrorists staggering on tenement roofs illuminated,
who flunked out of universities with radiant cool eyes hallucinating Arkan-
sas and Beck-light tragedy among the fetishists of war,
who were expelled from the academies for crazy & publishing obscene odes on the windows of the skull,
who cowered in unshaven rooms in underwear, sending their money in
to Robertson and listening to Rush through the wall,
who got busted in their camo returning through Laredo with a belt
of ammo for New York…

78 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:09:49pm

re: #74 Sol Berdinowitz

Where the f*ck does Leviticus or Corinthians or anywhere else in the Bible say anything at all about gay dogs or any sort of gay animals in general?

Former Navy chaplain insists gay demons can infect animals

“It is entirely possible — we know from the Bible, for example, when Jesus cast the devil out of Legion, he went into a herd of pigs,” Klingenschmitt said. “So, it is possible for demons or the devil to inhabit or invade animals just the same way they invade humans, and that causes the sin of lust.”

“So, what you’re saying is, in humans it’s marketing that makes people gay; in animals, it’s the souls of gay humans who have invaded the animals,” Pakman replied. “That makes them gay?”

Klingenschmitt laughed and scratched his temple. “Well, I think you twisted what I’m saying there,” he said.

“No, I don’t think I did,” Pakman responded.

79 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:10:15pm

re: #73 Sol Berdinowitz

I am surprised how little this is discussed, but look especially at education and local administration: the Texas Board of Education is a prime example of Fundamentalist Christians getting in and taking control of an entire state’s school system.

And Texans aren’t going to fix that. If the feds step in and tell them they can’t lie to children anymore Texas will flip.

It’s probably easier to just move our southern border to the north of Texas.

80 Charles Johnson  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:11:03pm

re: #78 Kragar

Former Navy chaplain insists gay demons can infect animals

Well, of course they can. They’re demons. It’s what they do.

81 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:12:25pm

re: #80 Charles Johnson

Well, of course they can. They’re demons. It’s what they do.

And that is from last year. Who knows what they can do now?

82 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:12:39pm

re: #78 Kragar

If you can’t understand that demons are a metaphor for evil people, it’s not much of a stretch to imagine gay-demons gaying up everything and ruining it for good Christians.

83 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:12:42pm

Easier to call ignorance, demons and take their money, than to push for science education and critical thinking skills.

84 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:13:20pm

re: #83 FemNaziBitch

Grifters gonna grift

85 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:13:45pm

re: #82 JeffFX

If you can’t understand that demons are a metaphor for evil people, it’s not much of a stretch to imagine gay-demons gaying up everything and ruining it for good Christians.

Exactly. It’s far more profitable to keep people in ignorance and pander to the easier (childish) way of thinking—espousing myths as truth.

86 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:15:18pm

re: #82 JeffFX

If you can’t understand that demons are a metaphor for evil people, it’s not much of a stretch to imagine gay-demons gaying up everything and ruining it for good Christians.

Of course, if these supernatural demons existed and were so powerful, then surely they would have publicly ruined some of their fundamentalist preacher arch-enemies in very entertaining ways by now.

87 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:15:38pm

re: #82 JeffFX

If you can’t understand that demons are a metaphor for evil people, it’s not much of a stretch to imagine gay-demons gaying up everything and ruining it for good Christians.

Ain’t no metaphor in the Bible.
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88 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:15:55pm
89 allegro  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:15:56pm

re: #79 JeffFX

And Texans aren’t going to fix that. If the feds step in and tell them they can’t lie to children anymore Texas will flip.

It’s probably easier to just move our southern border to the north of Texas.

Not true. Many Texans (Texas Freedom Network) are organized, fighting vehemently against this and winning. The state is actually quite purple (47% voting for Obama) and will be turning blue in the near future.

90 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:16:41pm

re: #83 FemNaziBitch

Easier to call ignorance, demons and take their money, than to push for science education and critical thinking skills.

Man, that is probably the worst sentence structure I’ve posted yet.

91 Charles Johnson  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:17:14pm

re: #81 Kragar

And that is from last year. Who knows what they can do now?

Probably a lot more by now. Last I heard they were working on turning inanimate objects gay.

92 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:17:25pm

re: #86 EPR-radar

Of course, if these supernatural demons existed and were so powerful, then surely they would have publicly ruined some of their fundamentalist preacher arch-enemies in very entertaining ways by now.

They make them snort meth off a gay-prostitutes ass. It has happened.

93 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:17:50pm

The worst thing the fundamentalists ever did to themselves was complain they’ve been oppressed.

Funniest thing as well.

94 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:18:40pm

re: #89 allegro

Not true. Many Texans (Texas Freedom Network) are organized, fighting vehemently against this and winning. The state is actually quite purple (47% voting for Obama) and will be turning blue in the near future.

I hope you’re right, because the only way to reform Texas is from within.

95 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:19:00pm
96 Jolo5309  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:19:21pm

re: #18 Kragar

Irony: The same people who accuse liberal of murdering babies don’t want to see children being vaccinated against debilitating illnesses because they care so much.

Well some of them do, but I think there is as much left wing anti vax hysteria as there is right wing.

Chris Mooney talks about it.

97 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:19:44pm

re: #94 JeffFX

I hope you’re right, because the only way to reform Texas is from within.

As long as Lidane is living there, there is hope.

98 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:19:56pm

re: #95 FemNaziBitch

and wingnuts think Sarah Palin is everyman’s fantasy wife.

She’s no Lucy Lawless, and if she’s not Lucy Lawless, she can get the fuck out.
(Palin that is)

99 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:20:41pm
The state is actually quite purple (47% voting for Obama)

Obama got 47% in Texas? Seriously?

100 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:21:02pm

re: #76 EPR-radar

It is discouraging that the essentially true accusation that the US Christian Right is going for theocracy gets so little traction in mainstream discussions.

They know they cannot yet succeed at a national or constitutional level, but they can do it at a local and adminstrative level, just like they are trying to de facto reverse Roe v Wade by making abortions all but inaccessible.

101 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:21:51pm

re: #92 JeffFX

They make them snort meth off a gay-prostitutes ass. It has happened.

Surely a lust demon could do better —- a Halloween midnight orgy in the Reagan Library (complete with menagerie and exotic motorized sex toys) would be a good start, with a call to the Fire Department in the middle of the festivities for maximum publicity.

102 Feline Fearless Leader  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:22:03pm

Needs moar Benghazi
And Fear! Preacher kindly spoke.
Obama is near.

103 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:22:16pm

re: #100 Sol Berdinowitz

They know they cannot yet succeed at a national or constitutional level, but they can do it at a local and adminstrative level, just like they are trying to de facto reverse Roe v Wade by making abortions all but inaccessible.

All the more reason to make sure you never vote for one at any level of government.

104 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:23:14pm

re: #103 Kragar

All the more reason to make sure you never vote for one at any level of government.

Amen, brother

105 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:23:46pm

re: #101 EPR-radar

Surely a lust demon could do better —- a Halloween midnight orgy in the Reagan Library (complete with menagerie and exotic motorized sex toys) would be a good start, with a call to the Fire Department in the middle of the festivities for maximum publicity.

Which reminds me:

Ron Jeremy will be in the hospital for at least 2 weeks recovering from his surgery.

106 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:24:00pm

Because it’s worth the repeat post:

107 Dr Lizardo  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:24:44pm

re: #98 Kragar

She’s no Lucy Lawless, and if she’s not Lucy Lawless, she can get the fuck out.
(Palin that is)

I had more of a thing for Hudson Leick. Callisto was hot. And kinda psycho.

Hot and psycho. Quite possibly, nature’s most perfect combination.

108 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:25:06pm

re: #98 Kragar

She’s no Lucy Lawless, and if she’s not Lucy Lawless, she can get the fuck out.
(Palin that is)

Can you post a vide of Lucy singing the National Anthem?????

109 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:26:01pm

re: #99 Bulworth

Looks more like 41%.

110 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:26:28pm

re: #101 EPR-radar

Surely a lust demon could do better —- a Halloween midnight orgy in the Reagan Library (complete with menagerie and exotic motorized sex toys) would be a good start, with a call to the Fire Department in the middle of the festivities for maximum publicity.

I like the way that you think!

111 RadicalModerate  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:26:38pm

re: #89 allegro

Not true. Many Texans (Texas Freedom Network) are organized, fighting vehemently against this and winning. The state is actually quite purple (47% voting for Obama) and will be turning blue in the near future.

Unfortunately, Republicans still control the Texas Legislature, and are busily gerrymandering the congressional districts — to a point where although in the last election US House of Representative overall votes was close to 50-50, Republicans hold a 24-12 majority in seats.

112 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:26:58pm

re: #108 FemNaziBitch

Can you post a vide of Lucy singing the National Anthem?????

I’ll be in my bunk.

113 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:27:42pm

re: #107 Dr Lizardo

I had more of a thing for Hudson Leick. Callisto was hot. And kinda psycho.

Hot and psycho. Quite possibly, nature’s most perfect combination.

Why can I only upding you once?

114 allegro  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:27:55pm

re: #99 Bulworth

Obama got 47% in Texas? Seriously?

Oops, it was only 44%… apologies. I do, however, believe he would have gotten 50% or more if the disaffected Dems in the state would GOTV. It has become a belief here that only red votes will count with the EC, so blues don’t bother. The major metropolitan areas are dark blue as is all of SW Texas.

115 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:28:26pm

re: #114 allegro

Oops, it was only 44%… apologies. I do, however, believe he would have gotten 50% or more if the disaffected Dems in the state would GOTV. It has become a belief here that only red votes will count with the EC, so blues don’t bother. The major metropolitan areas are dark blue as is all of SW Texas.

41, 44, 47?

The fact is he got a big fucking chuck of Texas.

116 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:28:28pm

re: #114 allegro

That’s still a lot better than I had expected. Good for Texas!

117 Decatur Deb  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:31:11pm

re: #114 allegro

Oops, it was only 44%… apologies. I do, however, believe he would have gotten 50% or more if the disaffected Dems in the state would GOTV. It has become a belief here that only red votes will count with the EC, so blues don’t bother. The major metropolitan areas are dark blue as is all of SW Texas.

It’s in striking distance. And next time the Dems will run someone with a birf certifikate.

118 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:32:08pm

re: #112 Kragar

I’ll be in my bunk.

119 Dr Lizardo  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:32:49pm

re: #113 JeffFX

Why can I only upding you once?

Why, thank you.

I mean really, what’s not to love? [Link: media.beta.photobucket.com…] Leick As Callisto&filters[primary]=images

120 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:33:12pm

re: #118 FemNaziBitch

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wrong video, sorry.

122 Our Precious Bodily Fluids  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:34:47pm

re: #99 Bulworth

Obama got 47% in Texas? Seriously?

More like 41%. And look at this county-by-county map. (blue is Romney, red is Obama)

[Link: uselectionatlas.org…]

Obama won almost all of the “urban” areas (e.g., Dallas, San Antonio, Houston, Austin, etc).

123 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:35:03pm

re: #117 Decatur Deb

It’s in striking distance. And next time the Dems will run someone with a birf certifikate.

41% seems to be the right number of Obama in TX in 2012 results. Demographics are against the Republicans, but 2020 is probably the earliest presidential cycle where TX could be in play. 41-59 is a deep hole that won’t go away overnight.

124 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:36:12pm

re: #118 FemNaziBitch

[Embedded content]

right video

125 RadicalModerate  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:38:18pm

re: #117 Decatur Deb

It’s in striking distance. And next time the Dems will run someone with a birf certifikate.

The “birther” issue is just a smokescreen for the fact that they don’t like a black man in the White House. If this wasn’t the case, they would have made a big stink about Tea Party lunatic Senator Ted Cruz - who, even though he was born in Canada, and his father’s personal history (including nationality/citizenship) is very much in question, are trying to get him to run for President, the fact that he is constitutionally ineligible be damned.

126 Decatur Deb  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:38:52pm

re: #125 RadicalModerate

Yup.

127 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:39:13pm

re: #117 Decatur Deb

It’s in striking distance. And next time the Dems will run someone with a birf certifikate.

That does make it seem like the Dems can take over if they just run a white guy.

128 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:40:42pm

re: #127 JeffFX

That does make it seem like the Dems can take over if they just run a white guy.

I don’t think any Democrat could be white enough to win Texas right now…

129 erik_t  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:42:25pm

re: #127 JeffFX

That does make it seem like the Dems can take over if they just run a white guy.

How many people actually would have supported Obama if only he were white? Like five?

130 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:43:11pm

We haven’t had a Dem win Texas since that dude from LA Law was on the West Wing.

131 RadicalModerate  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:43:53pm

For crying out loud, they let Ted Cruz question Hagel again, and he’s being a complete douche.

132 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:45:19pm

re: #129 erik_t

How many people actually would have supported Obama if only he were white? Like five?

Good point. I don’t think race matters very much in a general presidential election —- few people voting GOP in a general election would consider voting for a white D candidate.

On the other hand, racism was pretty clearly evident in the 2008 democratic primary results.

133 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:45:37pm

re: #131 RadicalModerate

he’s being a complete douche.

As opposed to what? Douche is his default setting.

134 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:45:49pm

re: #129 erik_t

How many people actually would have supported Obama if only he were white? Like five?

I think it would be a lot. It seems clear to me that a lot of people hate him for the color of his skin.

There are southerners that voted for Clinton, but would not vote Obama.

135 Decatur Deb  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:47:14pm

re: #132 EPR-radar

Good point. I don’t think race matters very much in a general presidential election —- few people voting GOP in a general election would consider voting for a white D candidate.

On the other hand, racism was pretty clearly evident in the 2008 democratic primary results.

It effects the GOTV. Without ODS, Romney would have had a lot more stay-at-homes.

136 erik_t  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:47:32pm

re: #134 JeffFX

I think it would be a lot. It seems clear to me that a lot of people hate him for the color of his skin.

That’s one of the many things they hate him for. Sandra Fluke ain’t black. Neither are the Clintons.

137 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:47:32pm

re: #131 RadicalModerate

Is he asking Hagel about Agenda 21? not sure if /

138 Hercules Grytpype-Thynneghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:48:27pm

re: #129 erik_t

How many people actually would have supported Obama if only he were white? Like five?

Apparently quite a few (pdf).

139 RadicalModerate  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:48:32pm

re: #130 Bulworth

We haven’t had a Dem win Texas since that dude from LA Law was on the West Wing.

I remember when Texas had two politically moderate Senators, John Tower and Lloyd Bentsen. Now, they are among the farthest-right in the entire body.

140 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:48:36pm

re: #132 EPR-radar

Good point. I don’t think race matters very much in a general presidential election —- few people voting GOP in a general election would consider voting for a white D candidate.

On the other hand, racism was pretty clearly evident in the 2008 democratic primary results.

I had a bank teller, a young hispanic man, tell me in 2007 (when it seemed to be that Hillary was the Dem frontrunner) that he didn’t think the country was ready for a women POTUS. I wondered if it was a cultural thing or a man thing.

141 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:48:59pm

re: #133 Kragar

As opposed to what? Douche is his default setting.

an incomplete douche?

Although I don’t know quite how that would work.

142 Decatur Deb  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:49:54pm

re: #140 FemNaziBitch

I had a bank teller, a young hispanic man, tell me in 2007 (when it seemed to be that Hillary was the Dem frontrunner) that he didn’t think the country was ready for a women POTUS. I wondered if it was a cultural thing or a man thing.

Or a stupid thing.

143 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:52:57pm

I’m just reminded of how, only nine short years ago, our Media Village proclaimed an election triumph for the Values Voters, with gay rights being one of the key factors that cycle. It’s been an amazing turn-around, on many fronts.

144 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:53:05pm

re: #139 RadicalModerate

I remember when Texas had two politically moderate Senators, John Tower and Lloyd Bentsen. Now, they are among the farthest-right in the entire body.

Kind of had the opposite thing happen here. We went from having John Warner (not that bad, he voted against Bork after all) and George Allen to having Jim Webb (now Tim Kaine) and Mark Warner. Now I’d never call the latter three liberal stalwarts but they’ve been good senators. As opposed to Allen who famously spent his re-election using racial slurs. That was the most relieving thing ever when Allen saw his presidential hopes go in ruins after that slur was made public and he subsequently lost to Webb.

145 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:54:09pm

re: #138 Hercules Grytpype-Thynneghazi

Thanks for the link. This is depressing evidence that racists are not as concentrated in the Republican base as I had hoped.

146 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:54:14pm

Speaking of phony-values voters, is CPAC coming up soon? I need some good laughs.

147 erik_t  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:54:19pm

re: #143 Bulworth

I’m just reminded of how, only nine short years ago, our Media Village proclaimed an election triumph for the Values Voters, with gay rights being one of the key factors that cycle. It’s been an amazing turn-around, on many fronts.

We were informed that Howard Dean was probably doomed nationally because he supported civil unions. In Vermont.

The times, they are a-changin’.

148 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:54:22pm

re: #143 Bulworth

I’m just reminded of how, only nine short years ago, our Media Village proclaimed an election triumph for the Values Voters, with gay rights being one of the key factors that cycle. It’s been an amazing turn-around, on many fronts.

Indeed, I remember hearing about that and being so disappointed that people cared more about voting away freedoms than anything. Seems like the country has come a long way since then. I still consider my proudest vote a vote against a ban on gay marriages and civil unions here in Virginia.

149 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:54:49pm

re: #146 Bulworth

Speaking of phony-values voters, is CPAC coming up soon? I need some good laughs.

You mean the John Birch Society annual convention?

150 Ghost of a Dopefish  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:54:55pm

Evening Lizardim. I saw on the sidebar another school shooting. Sigh. Gun violence is out of control in this country; the Mrs. Fish wondered yesterday if the increased media coverage might be causing some of the increase in high-profile incidents. And then there’s the bit about cyber warfare ramping up (which affects me directly, as a computer programmer). It’s a rough and tumble world we live in. How go things on the front lines of the war on derp?

151 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:55:58pm

re: #150 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too

Evening Lizardim. I saw on the sidebar another school shooting. Sigh. Gun violence is out of control in this country; the Mrs. Fish wondered yesterday if the increased media coverage might be causing some of the increase in high-profile incidents. And then there’s the bit about cyber warfare ramping up (which affects me directly, as a computer programmer). It’s a rough and tumble world we live in. How go things on the front lines of the war on derp?

I think it’s the frenzy created by those afraid that Obama is going to take everyone’s gunz more than the MSM.

Some of these people are on the verge of seizure.

152 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:56:32pm

Think CPAC is March or April. Want to say it falls around St. Patrick’s Day or close to it give or take a couple weeks. I had some friends who went for laughs. My one buddy told Tim Pawlenty with a straight face that he found him to be a strikingly handsome man. Man I miss college. Fun times.

153 Ghost of a Dopefish  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:57:05pm

re: #151 FemNaziBitch

I think it’s the frenzy created by those afraid that Obama is going to take everyone’s gunz more than the MSM.

Some of these people are on the verge of seizure.

That would be my own personal opinion, too. Seeing some of the comments all y’all dredge up from the fetid swamps of the Twitterverse makes it pretty obvious.

154 The Mountain That Blogs  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:57:06pm

re: #150 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too

the Mrs. Fish wondered yesterday if the increased media coverage might be causing some of the increase in high-profile incidents.

I don’t think so, the increased coverage just speaks to how little these incidents used to register. And that is a pretty scary thought.

155 Decatur Deb  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:57:10pm

re: #150 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too

Evening Lizardim. I saw on the sidebar another school shooting. Sigh. Gun violence is out of control in this country; the Mrs. Fish wondered yesterday if the increased media coverage might be causing some of the increase in high-profile incidents. And then there’s the bit about cyber warfare ramping up (which affects me directly, as a computer programmer). It’s a rough and tumble world we live in. How go things on the front lines of the war on derp?

Don’t know how real the apparent increase is. In a couple months we might be able to do comparative stats.

156 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:57:39pm

re: #152 HappyWarrior

Wow, can’t believe we have to wait that long. Although I’m sure the crazy doesn’t need a convention.

157 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:58:15pm

re: #156 Bulworth

Wow, can’t believe we have to wait that long. Although I’m sure the crazy doesn’t need a convention.

That is worth a bumpers sticker!

158 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:58:19pm

re: #149 FemNaziBitch

You mean the John Birch Society annual convention?

With ties to White Supremacist/Nationalist groups?

159 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:58:57pm

re: #158 Kragar

With ties to White Supremacist/Nationalist groups?

you mean they are not all one in same?

160 Bulworth  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:58:58pm

re: #148 HappyWarrior

Yeah, happy to vote for gay marriage here in MD this year. Just sorry I couldn’t donate more to the cause.

161 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:59:04pm

re: #147 erik_t

We were informed that Howard Dean was probably doomed nationally because he supported civil unions. In Vermont.

The times, they are a-changin’.

The Beatles were right, we gotta admit that it’s getting better. Seems like it’s more common for kids to be more open minded about the stuff too. I remember how close minded me (embarrassed to say) and middle school friends were about gay people but my kid brother, a lot of his friend, as well as one of our little cousins are much more open minded than my generation was. Still could be better of course but the latter half of Gen Y is better than the older half was though we’re pretty good as we get older if I say so myself.

162 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:59:18pm

Did you ever think you’d miss William F. Buckley so much?

163 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 2:59:40pm

re: #156 Bulworth

Wow, can’t believe we have to wait that long. Although I’m sure the crazy doesn’t need a convention.

I may be wrong about that. That could be the Value Voters Summit.

164 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:00:12pm

re: #162 FemNaziBitch

Did you ever think you’d miss William F. Buckley so much?

Well, crypto-fascist is better than fascist, I suppose…

165 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:00:49pm

re: #162 FemNaziBitch

Did you ever think you’d miss William F. Buckley so much?

I barely knew him. I never thought I’d start missing Bush as the face of the Republican Party though. I mean I still don’t like him much but he wasn’t a xenophobic asshole when it came to immigrants. He had a lot of other flaws-huge ones at that but better him than these nutcases.

166 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:01:34pm

The NRA of 2013 Is Trying to Stop the NRA of 1999 from Destroying the Second Amendment

In a May 27, 1999 congressional hearing, NRA executive vice president Wayne LaPierre listed the many things his organization found “reasonable.” The NRA no longer finds some of them reasonable. Among the things LaPierre said:

1999: “We think it ‘s reasonable to provide mandatory instant criminal background checks for every sale at every gun show. No loopholes anywhere for anyone…”
2013: “My problem with background checks is you’re never going to get criminals to go through universal background checks.” He added that universal background checks — meaning not just at gun dealers, but at gun shows and private sales — would be too much of a burden for the average citizen. “None of it makes any sense in the real world!”
1999: “We think it ‘s reasonable to make gun show instant checks just like gun store instant checks…”
2013: “I do not believe the way the law is working now, unfortunately, that it does any good to extend the law to private sales between hobbyists and collectors.”
1999: “We think it’s reasonable to support the federal Gun-Free School Zones Act.”
2012: “Politicians pass laws for Gun-Free School Zones. They issue press releases bragging about them. They post signs advertising them. And in so doing, they tell every insane killer in America that schools are their safest place to inflict maximum mayhem with minimum risk,” LaPierre said in his press conference last December, arguing that prohibiting guns from schools causes massacres and proposing a nationwide program to put an armed guard in each of the 99,000 public schools in the U.S.

167 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:01:58pm

re: #159 FemNaziBitch

you mean they are not all one in same?

“Wait, are we the People’s Front or the Popular Front?”
“WE’RE THE PEOPLE’s POPULAR FRONT!”
“I thought we were the Popular people’s front.”
“No, he’s over there. SPLITTER!”

168 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:02:40pm

re: #165 HappyWarrior

I barely knew him. I never thought I’d start missing Bush as the face of the Republican Party though. I mean I still don’t like him much but he wasn’t a xenophobic asshole when it came to immigrants. He had a lot of other flaws-huge ones at that but better him than these nutcases.

I think Bush tried to live his Christian values and didn’t wear them on his sleeve. Although I don’t think it is how we should make policy in this country. I have to give him credit for that.

169 Decatur Deb  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:02:48pm

re: #159 FemNaziBitch

you mean they are not all one in same?

The Venn diagram would look like a solar eclipse.

170 Ghost of a Dopefish  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:03:35pm

re: #168 FemNaziBitch

I think Bush tried to live his Christian values and didn’t wear them on his sleeve. Although I don’t think it is how we should make policy in this country. I have to give him credit for that.

He was, at least, pretty much what it said on the tin. That’s a lot more than can be said for some of these sanctimonious bastards.

171 Skeetghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:03:51pm

re: #161 HappyWarrior

The Beatles were right, we gotta admit that it’s getting better. Seems like it’s more common for kids to be more open minded about the stuff too. I remember how close minded me (embarrassed to say) and middle school friends were about gay people but my kid brother, a lot of his friend, as well as one of our little cousins are much more open minded than my generation was. Still could be better of course but the latter half of Gen Y is better than the older half was though we’re pretty good as we get older if I say so myself.

Thank you for putting that song in my head.

172 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:04:38pm

re: #165 HappyWarrior

I barely knew him. I never thought I’d start missing Bush as the face of the Republican Party though. I mean I still don’t like him much but he wasn’t a xenophobic asshole when it came to immigrants. He had a lot of other flaws-huge ones at that but better him than these nutcases.

GW Bush avoided whipping up anti-Muslim hysteria right after 9/11 (e.g., a quick correction after he made an unfortunate reference to “crusade”). Credit where credit is due, although I thought he was otherwise a horrible president, and I agree with very little of what he did.

173 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:04:44pm

re: #140 FemNaziBitch

I had a bank teller, a young hispanic man, tell me in 2007 (when it seemed to be that Hillary was the Dem frontrunner) that he didn’t think the country was ready for a women POTUS. I wondered if it was a cultural thing or a man thing.

We were not ready for Hillary. she is too laden with Clinton-era baggage and too controversial a figure.

174 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:04:48pm

re: #168 FemNaziBitch

I think Bush tried to live his Christian values and didn’t wear them on his sleeve. Although I don’t think it is how we should make policy in this country. I have to give him credit for that.

Yes. I also think he did care about making people’s lives better. And I have to admit while I mocked it at the time, I really do think he had genuine empathy for immigrants and their families. That’s something I haven’t seen out of Republican nominees since he left office. Not even McCain who had a somewhat decent record on the issue.

175 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:05:04pm

re: #171 Stanley Sea

Thank you for putting that song in my head.

Want to replace it?

I can do that.

176 Vicious Babushka  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:06:15pm

FEEL THE LOVE

177 RadicalModerate  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:06:29pm

re: #158 Kragar

With ties to White Supremacist/Nationalist groups?

You’re talking about one of their main sponsors, the “Young America’s Foundation”, who were directly tied to white supremacist Jared Taylor.

Top Conservatives Run PAC That Funded White Nationalists

178 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:06:33pm

The FRC is calling in God to deal with the Boy Scouts:

“Thanks be to God for keeping the Scout Program strong till now. May He intervene to prevent this travesty against righteousness and justice from taking place! May God give the BSA leaders courage and understanding NOT to forsake their own laws by BOWING to those behind this immoral shakedown. May those within who are behind this resign or be removed! May Scout parents across America rise up to say ‘NO’ to this evil and may they prevail in preserving this great institution!”

179 HappyWarrior  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:06:36pm

re: #172 EPR-radar

GW Bush avoided whipping up anti-Muslim hysteria right after 9/11 (e.g., a quick correction after he made an unfortunate reference to “crusade”). Credit where credit is due, although I thought he was otherwise a horrible president, and I agree with very little of what he did.

I remember first seeing the rise of anti Muslim rhetoric on the right in the latter half of the Bush years. Pointed out to them and these were Bush voting Republicans that their guy had seen fit to make a Muslim man ambassador to the UN, Iraq, and Afghanistan. I also have vivid memories of my Muslim American classmates supporting him over Gore in 2000. I mean granted we all echoed our folks but that’s stuck with me when I see right wingers act like Muslim American and Republican are impossible.

180 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:07:41pm

re: #176 Vicious Babushka

FEEL THE LOVE

Ok, that pictures scares the shit out of me.

181 Skeetghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:07:59pm

re: #175 FemNaziBitch

No, that was a good song to be in my head. I’ll wait a few minutes before I click your link. -afraid.

182 Decatur Deb  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:08:11pm

Dog walk—BBL

183 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:08:19pm

re: #181 Stanley Sea

No, that was a good song to be in my head. I’ll wait a few minutes before I click your link. -afraid.

BE . VERY . AFRAID

184 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:08:26pm

re: #174 HappyWarrior

Yes. I also think he did care about making people’s lives better. And I have to admit while I mocked it at the time, I really do think he had genuine empathy for immigrants and their families. That’s something I haven’t seen out of Republican nominees since he left office. Not even McCain who had a somewhat decent record on the issue.

Immigration reform was one of the few things Bush supported that I agreed with, although his own party shot him down on it.

185 Vicious Babushka  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:08:35pm

FEEL THE LOVE

186 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:09:03pm

MY DOGS are looking at me with that “I’m hungry and it’s dinner time” wolf-like stare.

And the weather is still shitty.

187 Skeetghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:09:42pm

re: #179 HappyWarrior

I remember first seeing the rise of anti Muslim rhetoric on the right in the latter half of the Bush years. Pointed out to them and these were Bush voting Republicans that their guy had seen fit to make a Muslim man ambassador to the UN, Iraq, and Afghanistan. I also have vivid memories of my Muslim American classmates supporting him over Gore in 2000. I mean granted we all echoed our folks but that’s stuck with me when I see right wingers act like Muslim American and Republican are impossible.

There was a very large Muslim GOP contributor from Colorado iirc, that bailed after Park 51.

188 Skeetghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:09:58pm

re: #183 FemNaziBitch

did you see my downding then reversal?

189 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:10:04pm

re: #185 Vicious Babushka

FEEL THE LOVE

MANUFACTURED CITIZENS?

yes, we have a Liberal Voter Factory deep in the underground sekit bunker —along with the oreos.

190 Kragar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:10:20pm

Texas prosecutor shot multiple times in broad daylight

A local defense attorney and friend to the victim reportedly said that Hasse had recently prosecuted cases involving gangs and white supremacists, indicating the killing may be retaliation.

“This is the first time in 20 years that I can remember here in North Texas a prosecutor actually being assaulted,” Kaufman County Judge Bruce Wood told a reporter for Dallas-based WFAA-TV.

191 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:10:33pm

re: #188 Stanley Sea

did you see my downding then reversal?

I never registered the down-ding.

thanks

192 Bubblehead II  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:11:34pm

re: #180 FemNaziBitch

Ok, that pictures scares the shit out of me.

// Well at least her fingers were not on the trigger

193 Vicious Babushka  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:12:15pm

FEEL THE LOVE (The background photo on this guy’s Twitter profile is precious)

194 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:13:25pm
195 Vicious Babushka  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:14:26pm

Aaargh, I just don’t want to do a “FEEL THE LOVE” TGDN thread.

I want to eat pizza.

196 Sol Berdinowitz  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:15:43pm

re: #195 Vicious Babushka

Aaargh, I just don’t want to do a “FEEL THE LOVE” TGDN thread.

I want to eat pizza.

I assume that all of these people have at least one distant relative who once had some association with someone from the MB.

197 Skeetghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:17:18pm

re: #192 Bubblehead II

// Well at least her fingers were not on the trigger

Looking again it looks like a gun photoshopped instead of a video cam. Maybe wrong.

198 Skeetghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:18:15pm

re: #193 Vicious Babushka

FEEL THE LOVE (The background photo on this guy’s Twitter profile is precious)

No Keith Ellison? FAIL.

199 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:18:50pm

re: #197 Stanley Sea

Looking again it looks like a gun photoshopped instead of a video cam. Maybe wrong.

either way, it scares the shit out of me.

200 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:19:33pm

I’m giving in and feeding the dogs.

bbl

201 Bubblehead II  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:20:19pm

re: #197 Stanley Sea

Looking again it looks like a gun photoshopped instead of a video cam. Maybe wrong.

Or maybe just a very stupid person.

202 wrenchwench  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:20:37pm

Shooting victim Mark Hummels, a partner at Phoenix law firm Osborn Maledon, “will not survive from the shooting,” according to a statement from the firm. Hummels was shot in the neck and back.

203 Skeetghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:21:02pm

Is that child in Alabama still in the bunker?

what the

204 Bubblehead II  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:21:11pm

back in a bit. Have to shut down to install a wireless nic.

205 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:21:14pm

re: #178 Kragar

The FRC is calling in God to deal with the Boy Scouts:

How about from now on bigots only get their way if god intervenes and says bigotry is good.

206 Kid Skeeter  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:32:22pm

This free verse thing for the RWNJ has me laughing my ass off. But how about a haiku from the Tea Party? Ahem…

Personal freedom,
and limited government.
We fooled you bitches!

207 William Barnett-Lewis  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:35:54pm

re: #166 FemNaziBitch

The NRA of 2013 Is Trying to Stop the NRA of 1999 from Destroying the Second Amendment

I reposted this to my favorite sane gun board and this was the first reply I got:

Thanks for posting this. They’re a bunch of hypocritical fucks and I may have to use this in a letter I send in with my membership card.

208 Ghost of a Dopefish  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:36:13pm

Just for the record, cancer sucks.

209 Skeetghazi  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:37:00pm

re: #206 Kid A

This free verse thing for the RWNJ has me laughing my ass off. But how about a haiku from the Tea Party? Ahem…

Personal freedom,
and limited government.
We fooled you bitches!

5-7-5 with a punch

210 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:37:18pm

re: #207 William Barnett-Lewis

I reposted this to my favorite sane gun board and this was the first reply I got:

Yeah, I’ve been thinking that way myself, if I thought it wouldn’t cause major war in my household.

211 RadicalModerate  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:39:56pm

re: #190 Kragar

Texas prosecutor shot multiple times in broad daylight

Some further information on this story from WFAA-TV, Dallas:

However, hours after Hasse was gunned down, the Department of Justice issued a release on its website crediting the Kaufman County District Attorney’s Office with helping investigate two known members of the Aryan Brotherhood of Texas gang. They pleaded guilty the day of the shooting to racketeering charges.

Before the release was issued, The Dallas Morning News credited “authorities with knowledge of the assistant DA’s caseload” as saying he was “heavily involved” in an investigation of the Aryan Brotherhood. According to the release, Ben Christian Dillon, aka “Tuff”, of Houston, and James Marshall Meldrum, aka “Dirty”, of Dallas, both “agreed to commit multiple acts of murder, robbery, arson, kidnapping and narcotics tracking” for the Aryan Brotherhood.
[…]
The Texas Department of Public Safety sent out an alert for troopers to be on lookout for a silver “older model” Ford Taurus. According to the alert, the two suspects are wearing all black and at least one is in a tactical vest. DPS choppers are flying low over the treeline in north Kaufman.

212 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:40:19pm

re: #166 FemNaziBitch

The NRA should really be a lot more cautious about this. The 2nd amendment is not self-justifying.

It is a lot harder to make out a first principles argument for the idea that gun ownership is a human right than it is for many of the other ideas embodied in the Bill of Rights (e.g., freedom of speech and religion, due process of law, etc.)

213 chadu  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:43:53pm

re: #185 Vicious Babushka

FEEL THE LOVE

Wait… You mean I’m a replicant?

OBattma: I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of the South Side of Chicago. I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Kapi’olani Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.

214 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:45:51pm

The 2nd Amendment is not a License to Kill.

215 Ghost of a Dopefish  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:46:48pm

re: #214 FemNaziBitch

The 2nd Amendment is not a License to Kill.

It’s not? BUT WE NEED THAT FREEDOM IN ORDER TO RESIST TEH CORRUPT GOVERNMENTS!

216 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:49:02pm

re: #215 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too

I have a God-given right under the second amendment to shoot intruders in my driveway.

217 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:50:40pm

re: #216 EPR-radar

You have the G-d-Given right protected under the Constitution (although not specifically enumerated) to defend your life and your property.

Personally, I think alot of this would be forstalled if the right to self-defense were enumerated as one of those things the government cannot infringe. It’s the basis the right not to be enslaved by the government.

218 JeffFX  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:51:06pm

re: #215 Douchecanoe and Ryan Too

It’s not? BUT WE NEED THAT FREEDOM IN ORDER TO RESIST TEH CORRUPT GOVERNMENTS!

That’s what my brother tells me. My question is always “What about all the mentally ill people who believe Obama is a tyrant.” This should give anyone pause, but when they themselves believe Obama is a tyrant because serious-looking people on the TV said so, this argument goes nowhere.

219 EPR-radar  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 3:54:43pm

re: #217 FemNaziBitch

You have the G-d-Given right protected under the Constitution (although not specifically enumerated) to defend your life and your property.

Personally, I think alot of this would be forstalled if the right to self-defense were enumerated as one of those things the government cannot infringe. It’s the basis the right not to be enslaved by the government.

To me that seems like putting a castle doctrine (or worse, stand your ground) into the constitution. I don’t think legally mandated helplessness is enough of a threat to warrant such drastic steps.

220 FemNaziBitch  Thu, Jan 31, 2013 4:12:28pm

re: #219 EPR-radar

To me that seems like putting a castle doctrine (or worse, stand your ground) into the constitution. I don’t think legally mandated helplessness is enough of a threat to warrant such drastic steps.

Well, I still think that is the basis for much of the fear: Slavery.


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