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You’re an orgasm addict

San Diego sounds like a lovely place.

Todd Bosnich says he joined [Carl] DeMaio’s campaign last year eager to work for a candidate who shared his values and who, like himself, is an openly gay Republican…

One morning last April, Bosnich said he arrived early at campaign headquarters and DeMaio called him back to his office.

“I came over to his office, door was open. And he was masturbating,” Bosnich said. “I saw his hand, his penis in his hand and he had a smile on his face.”

Morning boss. Morning Todd. You watch last night’s episode of To Catch A Predator? Boy I tell you some people. Okay, ready? STAND BACK.

Bosnich said the harassment that culminated that spring morning started months before, when DeMaio drove Bosnich back to his car after drinks with the staff at a local bar.

“We were making small talk on the way back. And when he pulled up to my car, he reached over into my lap and grabbed my crotch. And I flipped out. And I pushed his hand away,” Bosnich said. “I just was shocked because I’d never had anyone do something like that to me, especially in a position of authority and trust.”…

“‘That’s just the way Carl is,’” Bosnich recalls [campaign manager] Knepper saying. “And that if I really felt that uncomfortable I shouldn’t have let him know that I’m a gay man.”

Didn’t your mother ever warn you? Never tell a sex maniac you’re gay. He’ll get tipsy and clutch your balls for sure. Everybody knows. Oh by the way.

This is not the first time DeMaio has been accused of sexually inappropriate behavior. Last year, a fellow city councilman, Ben Hueso, said he twice caught DeMaio masturbating in a semi-private city hall restroom accessible only to city officials…

“He was furious; he looked like something serious had just happened,” [councilwoman] Emerald said. “He said DeMaio was in there (masturbating). And I said do you want to grab a police officer and have him arrested? Because this is a violation of the (city) code. He said no, but he was pretty upset.”

So the first openly gay Republican happens to be the mythological pervert the other 99.9% of Republicans have been warning us about. Time to take a long look in the mirror. Maybe some things aren’t exactly what they seem.


Probably Wingnut of the Year (thx Pajamas Media)

This is how it began.

October 4th, 2013, will forever be known as the day I fell into a giant porn hole.

The fight against perverts in a small library in Illinois.

Imagine my surprise when I took my children for an outing with a friend to the Orland Park Public Library to look at books, surf the web and just have a relaxing afternoon. Instead I discovered an adult “masturbation lounge” lurking within a few hundred feet of the unsuspecting teen area.

This war on obscure biblioteque wankers has become a daily feature at Pajamas Media, delivering a homeschooling mom from the fringes of village crankdom to the bright lights of PJ’s “Lifestyle” section. Ladies and gentleman meet the new sensation… Megan Fox.

No, not that one. This one:

Yes. Until she got hired for the lofty gig at “Voices From a Free America”, where intellectuals like Roger Simon, Roger Kimball and Andrew Klavan hold forth, she was barely an internet presence at all. A few people had seen her at the YouTube channel she dubbed “Story Time with Megan Fox.” There, as “intolerantfox”, she warned parents against buying popular books that were too terribly disgusting for children to read. Here, in the preview for Episode 7, she inveighs against Cristina Garcia’s work:

On this episode of “Story Time with Megan Fox”, we look at the book “Dreaming in Cuban”…another book full of sex, vulgarity, and pro-communist propaganda that is being forced on children via school libraries and assigned reading lists. Do you now what your children are reading?

In the video, she scoffs:

Your first clue that this is not going to be a novel that you want your child to read. The very, very first page is called ‘Ordinary Seductions.’ Do you see that? Ordinary seductions. Right off the bat. Just right there. I didn’t have to go very far, did I, to find inappropriate material? This book is set in Cuba. The main character, there’s four main characters. The first one is Celia, she works for the commies.

She also hosted a heroically obscure site titled of course “Intolerant Fox.” Don’t laugh too loud as it was apparently the blog’s mix of right-wing mommy hectoring and cautionary listicles that scored Megan a mat at PJ’s brain gymnasium:

Posted on September 21, 2013 by Megan Fox

Picture it: You’re on a business trip and that girl from marketing with the low cut blouse is handing you a hotel key and offering a no-strings attached night of heaven and your wife will never find out. Before you make a move, consider the following very good reasons to say no.

3. You could break your penis.

No seriously, you could. There was an actual study done on this.

And so the intellectual right-crowd have a fresh, new voice. Megan Fox:

It’s the latest leg of Megan’s improbable journey that’s particularly fascinating. While checking out scandalous books for her YouTube gig she caught sight of boobs on a user computer. She attacked librarians in outrage. Then she descended upon a library board meeting with Hillbuzz’s Kevin DuJan in tow (who couldn’t be more pissy about library workers’ manners), and then (and crucially) she jimmied her way into the library’s incident reports by way of the Freedom of Information Act.

I would like to briefly note that none of this would have happened if the librarian who rudely chased me out of the children’s area (like an angry ghost haunting the stacks) would have just let me use a computer there like I had very nicely asked. I would have never known about the library’s terrible porn policy (they don’t have one) or about the numerous sex crimes that have occurred there (many, going back years and years). They could have continued catering to pedophiles completely unmolested carefree, but for the rudeness of a single employee, who will be forever be known as Kathy the Library Poltergeist. I would like to take a moment to formally thank this harridan on the taxpayer payroll.

The homeschoolin’ mother of two badly needed a respectable platform from which to take down her neighborhood library, the “PORN AND PERVERTS” clearinghouse. So now it’s Megan’s War that’s prominently featured at Pajamas Media. The cerebellists at PJ Lifestyle being roundly justified in pulling her on board, this week proved to be nothing short of epic. On Monday, she posted this harrowing report (with commentary) from back in early 2007:

This redacted internal “Incident Report” from Orland Park Library details when a man exposed himself to another man in the bathroom.

“While I was standing at the urinal, he came up behind me and said ‘You know they used to have a sign that said all penises hang out here.’ And then he laughed. The man thought [the complainant] was gay. Then he pulled his pants down all the way and went to use the urinal.”

It appears like the person who did this may be mentally disabled or suffer from some other problem, but shouldn’t police have been informed so they could come make sure he was not a threat?

Someone might check if the guy’s in a sanitarium now as it was, you know, years and years ago. On Tuesday, it was this report from October of 2008:

This free and easy access to pornography has led to a sexually charged environment in which many illegal sex acts occurred where police presence was needed. In this part of the continuing investigation into Orland Park Public Library’s dangerous policies that allow sex offenders to watch pornography unfettered, I report how internal documents were recovered that indicated staff also have let several crimes go unreported to police. The following is one of the reports.

“Patron was using a computer upstairs in the IT commons. She said the patron next to her was rubbing his lower area. She told XXXXX about this. He was still there. He had IT staff move patron to another computer.”

Can’t swing a dead cat in this orgy without clotting a freak. Could the perversions be any more sensational? I’m not sure, walk me back to the computer where I started. On Wednesday, Megan posted this report from August 2009:

The following internal “Incident Report” reveals that a man was witnessed “fully exposed” and masturbating. A staff member of Orland Park Public Library tells him he will be “banned from the library on second occurrence.” (Emphasis mine.)

“Patron may have exposed himself to other patron.

Spoke with person – advised he would be banned from the library on second occurrence.”

To be honest, that might have been disturbing. If it happened. It might even be more disturbing if it had happened to Megan. Nonetheless chalk a penis up for Pajamas Media. What the hell give one to Vodka Pundit too, we’re in a holiday mood. Now that’s it’s Thursday of course, we have another incident from two years ago:

In today’s revelations of what is going on over at the Orland Park Public Library, we have a document written by Library Director Mary Weimar in response to a mother who complained about a very suspicious person.

“She said she was sitting on the lobby bench closest to the Lucky Dog collection. When her 6 yr. old daughter came up to her, the teenage boy on the bench next to her asked her how old her daughter was, ‘said she was a cutie’ then touched himself.”

To summarize, a mother with three children just coming out of story time was asked by a teenager how old her 6 year old was. When she told him, he said ‘she’s a cutie’ and touched himself in front of the child.

To summarize, a fifteen year-old may have touched his body while saying “cutie.” Though I could be playing the incident down somewhat, as teenage pedophiles are probably dumb enough to yank their cranks at the library. I can’t imagine why the police weren’t summoned immediately. Why wasn’t the poor kid inevitably and permanently horrified at the idea of casual conversation, angry mommies, libraries specifically and Orland Park in general? For the rest of his life?

Well now. None of that matters, because we’re talking about public boobs here. On a library computer, in Cook County, Illinois. And we’re talking about such atrocities because book-hating homeschooler Megan Fox saw them. If on that account the white knights at Pajamas Media can’t turn Orland Park upside down, by way of old paperwork, then what the hell good is the First Amendment?


Conservatives taking news of the verdict as expected

11 o’clock at night on a Sunday. There are quite a few people wide awake and angry here in Los Angeles. There were enough of them a few hours ago that they swarmed onto the 10 freeway and shut the thing down. Plenty more of them around the intersection of Adams and Crenshaw, still calling for justice for Trayvon. Call for it all you like, but it’s long gone. Florida took its one and only swing at it and whiffed.

I just got done watching some of the live local coverage of the protestors. There was this young woman there who had giant tears slowly rolling down her face. She said something about America coming together. Someone, somewhere out there will find this hysterically funny and post the image of her sorry face on a conservative blog, and the hyenas will piss their khakis with laughter. I don’t know what’s more predictable: six white ladies in Florida letting Zimmerman skate or right-wingers utterly befouling themselves in the aftermath.

[Tucker] Carlson said that he felt “terrible” for the Martin family, but he was “positive that people like Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton do not deserve to be called civil rights leaders. They are not.”

“They are hustlers and pimps who make a living off inflaming racial tensions,” he continued.

Thank god we have Tucker around to douse the fires. He could have turned us into a permanent post-racial country by dropping a couple well deserved n-bombs, but then what would he do next? Cure cancer? With an asbestos vaccine, you can bet.

“I hope that this is the end,” [Karl] Rove said. “President Obama politicized this at the beginning of it, I believe, unfortunately, by injecting himself into it and saying that if Trayvon Martin — that if he’d have had a son it would look like Trayvon Martin.”

“We need a president to bring us together, not rip us apart,” he added.

Trayvon was too young to legally buy a beer, or join the army, or vote in an election. And he was black. But it wasn’t his murder that bothered Karl so much as having all that personal crap pointed out. If Obama had guessed that getting shot probably hurt, some part of the country probably would have seceded. Think of the fun Karl could have had running Dumbfuckistan.

Why it’s the Confederate Yankee, Bob Owens.

In all his glory.

That loser didn’t even graduate high school. Oh right, because he died. Still, it’s true.

Lastly, you’re going to have a hard time believing this one. There’s apparently a website called Mr. Conservative [no link because, well, you'll see]. The guys who run the place decided, in the roiling wake of the trial, that they would grab their video cameras and go interview . . black people. I kid you not. Mr. Conservative wanted to know what The Blacks were thinking. These geniuses hadn’t caught any hints in the media over the past 17 months.

So they ventured outside, to an eerie urban locale we presume, and mere hours after the verdict they find some of The Blacks. And they ask The Blacks about it. And The Blacks turn out to be no fans of George Zimmerman, to be sure. But then the subjects turn the tables on the interviewer: “Well, what do you think?” And Mr. Conservative, the mental giant, says: “He had to stand his ground.” And whaddyaknow . .

. . this makes The Blacks angry. Furious, in fact, and they want to beat Mr. Conservative’s stupid ass. So of course Mr. Conservative now features the hottest webpage in the wingnut blogosphere: Black Mob Beats Up White Guy Over Zimmerman Verdict – ON TAPE. Fully appointed with trenchant commentary:

Scott Black

his first mistake was asking a bunch of yard apes an opinion on the rule of law.they only thing yard apes care about is free money and whitey paying for their shit, they are too lazy and too stupid to earn a decent living.

Shannon Mcentyre

there you have it folks…and to your left…the North American Street Monkey.

Chuck Harrell

Typical fuckings niggers that can’t handle the fucking truth, low life pieces of shit.

Doesn’t it make you wanna . . sigh. Charlie was right, nothing good came out of this mess. Scary to think that this could all be worse tomorrow.


Why Dick Cheney needs a hug (and a straitjacket)

I have a theory about the cause of conservatism. This comes after growing up with my mother and father, living some small distance from Orange County, California, and eventually having to blog every day on politics. So the theory is surely worthless.

Still, the impetus to develop an explanation for the existence of right-wingers is understandable. They’re crazy. There must be a reason for this.

So I have a theory about it. And the heart of it is this idea: Conservatives are more born than made. They are strange by their nature. The organization of their brains determines their fundamental perspective on the world.

At first, this seems a crazy idea, even one crazy enough to be conservative itself. The brain is so complex, how can there be a single thing that determines so much of an individual’s personality? For anyone who’s familiar with extremist conservatives who demand political purity, right down to what the believers must eat, this is a fair question.

Well, here’s my answer: The right-wing brain’s fundamental perspective on the world is fear. It’s what informs all their attitudes and generates all their politics. It’s why otherwise sane people attack minority groups, obsess on weapons and the military, start wars both foreign and domestic and generally tear the country apart. It’s also why they are far more likely to commit high crimes and misdemeanors (cf: Nixon, Richard). Fear is a maddening disease.

So this is not surprising:

Using a large sample of related individuals, including twins, siblings, and parents and children, the researchers first assessed individuals for their propensity for fear using standardized clinically administered interviews. Looking at subjects who were related to one another, the researchers were able to identify influences such as environment and personal experience and found that some individuals also possessed a genetic propensity for a higher level of baseline fear. Such individuals are more prepared to experience fear in general at lower levels of threat or provocation . .

The research indicates a strong correlation between social fear and anti-immigration, pro-segregation attitudes. While those individuals with higher levels of social fear exhibited the strongest negative out-group attitudes, even the lowest amount of social phobia was related to substantially less positive out-group attitudes.

By using siblings and twins, Rose McDermott et. al. found a genetic component for social fear. And found a correlation between fear and antipathy toward outlier groups. Immigrants and foreigners.

“It’s not that conservative people are more fearful, it’s that fearful people are more conservative. People who are scared of novelty, uncertainty, people they don’t know, and things they don’t understand, are more supportive of policies that provide them with a sense of surety and security,” McDermott said.

You can see how this obsession with “surety and security” devolves into panic when confronted with gays, or atheists, or Teamsters. Or electric cars, or fluorescent light, or free-range poultry . .


The anti-government bunch motivated mostly by loyalty

A January survey of 1500 adults by the Pew Center tells us that distrust in the federal government is at an all-time high. 53% of the respondents say the government threatens their personal rights:

I’m not surprised, and you’re not surprised. Right-wing media have been shrieking about the imminent deaths of America and its patriots ever since Barack Obama took office. A consistent coast-to-coast effort like that should have measurable public effects. But how much of the perception can be traced to conservative hysteria? Pretty much all of it:

The growing view that the federal government threatens personal rights and freedoms has been led by conservative Republicans. Currently 76% of conservative Republicans say that the federal government threatens their personal rights and freedoms and 54% describe the government as a “major” threat. Three years ago, 62% of conservative Republicans said the government was a threat to their freedom; 47% said it was a major threat.

By comparison, there has been little change in opinions among Democrats; 38% say the government poses a threat to personal rights and freedoms and just 16% view it as a major threat.

There’s virtually no connection between what the government does and how its perceived. Almost all the movement in polling can be rooted in partisan right-wing politics.

After September 11th, the Bush administration signed the Patriot Act into law. The legislation enabled the federal government to intercept your phone calls, monitor your e-mails, obtain no-knock warrants against you and your living quarters, and pore over your library reading lists. The government later argued it had the right to kidnap and imprison anyone it deemed an enemy outside its borders, even American citizens, and then try them in extra-civilian courts. You would be hard-pressed to find any other era in American history where the government so damaged personal rights.

But look at the concurrent yes/no polling vis-a-vis bad government: 30/67, 32/63 and 45/54. While the Bush administration trampled all over the freedoms of its citizens, conservatives were unconcerned. But now that the anti-torture politically moderate lecturer on constitutional law, Barack Obama, is in charge, they’re howling about the necessity of civil war to defend themselves. They don’t even know how or why the government is dangerous, they only know they hate it and the President as well.


Gina Miller misunderstands the ‘Shorter’

Gina Miller comes across a 2012 post featuring her and she doesn’t like it:

False Reporting on your site

I stumbled on a false quote attributed to me on the Sick Horses site, and I demand this be removed from your site:

This ignorant misquote completely takes the meaning of my column out of context and attributes to it words I never wrote that are mixed in with words I did write–not to mention the Photoshopped image of my picture and Trayvon Martin’s image.

I never said, “It’s no surprise somebody shot Trayvon Martin.” NEVER. And, the rest of my words in the quote are doctored with other words that were not in my piece.

Delete this post immediately.

Gina Miller

Here is the offending material:

Pictured (l to r): elegant & eloquent, ugly & unintelligible

Shorter Gina Miller, Renew America:

“It’s no surprise somebody shot Trayvon Martin. Black people have become a sub-culture that glorifies incoherent music, anti-social behavior, despicable dress, and even its own unintelligible speech.”

Alright Gina. Let me explain the concept of the ‘Shorter.’ This is where I read something awful written by you and I do my best to understand what it is you’re trying to say. Then I compose a spirited synopsis and post it on my site. While it may look AS IF you had written it, the readers are aware that I have not in fact quoted you. Quoting the bloggers of Renew America is really not very funny. It is traditionally appalling. In the rare instance where I do quote somebody in a ‘Shorter,’ I make it clear. Like:

Pictured (l to r): geh basher, feh slasher

Shorter Verbatim Gina Miller, Renew America:

“America’s foundation is hanging by a thread, and the homo-radicals are wielding hell-sharpened scissors.”

See? I crossed out ‘Shorter.’ Because you wrote:

The militant homosexual campaign against our society is one that seeks to destroy the Christian moral foundation upon which this nation was built. That foundation is hanging by a thread, and the homo-radicals are wielding hell-sharpened scissors.

In all of these ‘Shorter’ posts (see here) I provide a link back to the source. This would be a silly gesture were I aiming to misrepresent anybody. And by now you should know I am not a “reporter,” I do not do “reporting.” So I am quite journalistic-ally unrestrained in offering my obnoxious opinions regarding your obnoxious opinions.

Now to particulars: I believe I did a pretty fair job in representing your reaction to the Martin murder. In “Trayvon mania highlights diseased culture of the left,” you began this way:

The ignorant, irrational mania being stoked by the black race hustlers in the wake of the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin is disgusting.

Call me crazy, irrational and pushed around by “black race hustlers” will you? I don’t think so. And usually standing in opposition to your targets, were you of sensible mania? Your mangled screed went on like this, denying that there were good reasons to be angered by the blasting of an unarmed teenager. This was disgusting:

Today, we see far too many young, black people — and “white” people, too — who are facing a bleak future, because they have chosen to become a sub-culture of America — a sub-culture that glorifies violent, incoherent “music,” anti-social behavior and despicable dress, and even its own unintelligible speech. How can many of these kids of today expect to be accepted and propelled ahead in the workforce when they insist on rejecting something so simple as proper dress and behavior?

No one appreciates being called a “sub-culture,” so you can go to hell. You were also insinuating that Martin and his ilk comprise a national Untermenschen incapable of behavioral norms and common decency, and that this is what understandably precipitates their deaths. I don’t know why people like you exist in the world. Have you ever thought of disappearing? You might find it refreshing.

So I mock you for being callous and indecent. That’s what the blog is for. What’s your blog for? Misanthropy? Just guessing.


Nakoula the revered Christian filmmaker

The modern American Egyptian saint. Hail or crucify? Let’s get him.

Obama to Condemn Christian Filmmaker Before United Nations

We don’t like the religious and we’re not so hot on movies either. We’re urbane. We are the space age people of doing buggery and drugs in shrinking spaces. Where are the priests? I’ve got some urbanization to do.

Not only are we seeing the White House and State Department call more attention to the Mohammed-mocking “Innocence of Muslims” than any terrorist network ever could’ve hoped for . .

The White House? This?

On September 17, about 500,000 Lebanese protested in Beirut at a rally where Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah made a rare public appearance, calling for sustained protests against the film, calling the protests the “start of a serious movement in defense of the prophet” . .

On September 18, a female suicide bomber drove a car filled with explosives into a mini-bus with foreign aviation workers in Afghanistan, killing at least nine people, reportedly including eight South Africans and a British woman and possibly also a number of Afghans.

The White House’s fault? They can barely run a presidential campaign. They can round up maybe 10,000 people, but only with months of planning. I don’t think so.

. . but the President’s indefensible scapegoating of the film and filmmaker to draw attention and blame away from U.S. security failures apparently knows no bounds . .

My God, between the media and the Obama White House, we are finally witnessing Orwell’s “1984″ blossom to life.

1984: The Breit Bartening. It opens with the Pope of one country. He films a documentary about the Prophet of another country. No one knows about anything ’til a great blogger —–> #WAR. The peasants are screamed into protests of submission. Or submissions of protest. The media rub their hands and broadcast it all. Everybody dies. It’s pretty much The Ghost and Mr. Chicken.


Wingnuts and 9/11 pride

The bodies of Ambassador Stevens and three others killed in the attack on the Benghazi consulate were flown home recently. The President and the Secretary of State were present at a somber reception at Andrews Air Force base.

It was an “amazing ceremony,” [Chris Matthews] insisted. After an Obama clip, he said, “There was a moment in American history right there. Last week, when Obama spoke at the Democratic National Committee down in Charlotte, he said, ‘I am the president.’ Well, this week, he showed what it means to be president.”

Matthews’ commentary drove Brent Bozell crazy.

“This was a moment for pride? . .

If George Bush had been president, the arrival of these four caskets would have been painted as a sickening sign of failure and incompetence, of public servants needlessly losing their lives because the White House couldn’t piece together their intelligence reports. Matthews would have railed against Bush and “Cheeney” for failing to protect their diplomats in unstable Arab nations. Now it was time to tingle over the unified Democrats instead.”

I recall George W. Bush being president when three thousand people were killed by the bad Muslims. And the failure to save those lives was unequivocally Bush’s fault. He knew exactly who Osama bin Laden was. He knew Al Qaeda were planning to kill Americans. He knew a spectacular attack was imminent. But he never did a thing to prevent it.

Yet among the wingnuts you still hear crap like this:

“President Bush had at Ground Zero probably the most important moment in, uh, maybe in American history. It was when this wounded nation watched their commander-in-chief stand on that rubble and say they will hear us, we are going to avenge this . .”

Bush literally stood on the bodies of the people he failed to defend and did a tough guy routine. It was one of the most appalling spectacles in American history. But to fans like Bozell, Bush and his bullhorn beat the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Factually speaking, it was really Condoleezza Rice who liked it better than the moon landing, but why quibble? When Bush’s incompetent National Security Adviser can weigh in on Bush’s incompetence with tingling awe, we’re way out of Chris Matthews’ league.


Mike Hayhurst, an actual racist rodeo clown

Conservative racism knows no bounds, and it never sleeps.

During the Creston Classic Rodeo on Saturday afternoon, [Mike] Hayhurst made a joke over the public address system about Michelle Obama that reportedly went like this: Playboy is offering Ann Romney $250,000 to pose in the magazine, and the White House is upset about it because National Geographic only offered Michelle Obama $50 to pose for them.

And it is wholly clueless. Given the children and women in attendance, you’d assume a clown would know better than to harangue the unsuspecting crowd with caveman politics. They’re only nibbling on candy or sipping cool Pepsis in the Summer heat, fer gosh sakes. But no:

Several people who attended the event emailed The Tribune and said they heard racist and offensive remarks during Saturday’s bull-riding event. For example, Gretchen Ross of Cayucos said she heard the rodeo clown compare a black bull to President Obama, asking what they have in common.

“Besides the obvious?” was the answer, Ross said. “A couple of good points and a lot of bull in between.”

She added: “My son and I were offended by that. I thought it was disrespectful to the audience.”

Ross and her husband, Michael Foster, also recalled a comment that referenced actress Lohan’s time behind bars, and said Hayhurst joked, “We need Obamacare like Nancy Pelosi needs a Halloween mask.”

Hayhurst is nothing more than what he appears to be. Instead of simply saying “Sorry,” he saw the controversy as a good time to flash his wingnut badge:

“Thanks to the Founders and defenders of our great nation, we are afforded our free speech rights . . “

Cram it, clownie.


I am hip high with wingnuts

After National Review’s lumbering ginger bitch, Mark Steyn, wrote a pissy post about Sandra Fluke, I criticized him. Here he was:

. . she has concluded that the most urgent need facing the Brokest Nation in History is for someone else to pay for the contraception of 30-year-old children.

Sandra never “concluded” that. But this is about contraception, so she’s a child. Don’t you know anything about the national debt? That’s adult stuff.

Anyway, Steyn read the post –

. . and now I’ve got a thousand ginger twats saying I’m stupid.

Abortion and contraception are the only technology we have to manage pregnancy? The ONLY TECHNOLOGY we have to manage pregnancy?? We have no other sort of technology related to pregnancy at all in this world? So “managing” pregnancy means nothing but preventing or ending it?

Once you’re accidentally pregnant, the technologies are pretty lame. Don’t you think? There’s a morning-after pill, I suppose, but that’s cold homicide buddy.

Way to take something out of context. Mark’s point was that contraception is not the job of a federal government. If Sandra cannot afford the $4 pill then maybe should try the old tried and true “just say no” approach to birth control

Way to take something out of context. Sandra was talking about Georgetown’s healthcare plan. It costs students $1800 a year, but it won’t cover birth control. Even though it would likely save the plan money. Strange, don’t you think?

Back in days of yore they used that outdated model of keeping penises out of their vaginas but what is a middle aged student about to start a career in her mid-30′s supposed to do today?

Back then things were smarter. We used to lobotomize certain people. We used to drown others. We used to hang other others.

Your arguement is incoherent at best and again as other posters have mentioned proves the point that liberals want daddy government to protect and care for them cradle to grave.

Oh, youe . .

1.) “Please Mark instruct us. Tell us educated people what we should do with our lives.”

Now there’s irony for ya…

2.) “Tell us educated people”

Based on the quality of your writing and the coherency of your argument, I’m not sure “us” is an appropriate word choice there.

Subjectivists. Ouch my tuxedo ears. I could have pleased the crowd with a “we,” but then I’d be a fool. Wouldn’t I? This is so National Review, it’s pitch perfect.

The only coherent thought in this article is when she quotes Mark. I fear that this is written by another college uneducated 30 year old…

Hey! I’m a dood dammit.

First I must comment on how incoherent this commentary was. It made little sense, and the maligning of the English language indicates someone who learned English from rap albums. Second your point about contraception, well let’s jaunt over to the more enlightened Europe, where the evil white, christian( sorry too few of those), yuppies are barely reproducing at all, as in the case of the vampire sex is merely healthy excersise, and reproduction is strictly for the realm of the living.

Heeeeeee’s Mr. Coherent, doot-do-dooo. Yikes. Somebody call filmmaker Martin Excersise, there’s a Euro-vampire treatment he’s gotta read.

Steyn is addressing his comments to rational adults. That’s why you missing the point.

I not miss point! I get point! Very good point!

How far you’ve fallen if the greatness of a man is to be measured by his enemies.

You came all the way to my blog to say this. Telling. Anyway, thank you Steyn ye ginger bitch for sending me your dullards. This was entertaining graffiti. And now, some hot dogs.


Todd Akin’s no different than the rest of them

The GOP have been quick with the public relations hand-wringing and furrowing of bald pates after Rep. Todd Akin’s bizarre comments. Over the weekend Akin offered this dodge for the need of an abortion after rape:

“First of all, from what I understand from doctors, that’s really rare. If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to try to shut that whole thing down.”

Plenty of Republican bigwigs, including National Review, have called for him to exit his Missouri Senate race. The thinking among the right-wing is that the gender gap among voters, especially after Rush Limbaugh’s sluttening of politics, is sizable and will only grow worse as long as a target like Akin hangs around.

But what about the rest of the wingnuts? What’s the point of exiling your drunken uncle from the family gathering when the whole clan is berserk? Since when are the rest of the Republican intelligentsia above poor stupid Todd Akin?

Take Bryan Fischer for instance. It’s his job to be the stupidest asshole on the internet. Everybody agrees on this, Bryan particularly and proudly. So after he says this, why is he welcome in the GOP?

“What Todd Akin is talking about is when you’ve got a real, genuine rape. A case of forcible rape, a case of assault rape, where a woman has been violated against her will, through the use of physical force, where it is physically traumatic for her,” Fischer said on his radio program.

Not a sort of snuggle-crime. Or an argument over the rules of slap-and-tickle. Really?

“Under those circumstances, the woman’s body — because of the trauma that has been inflicted on her — it may interfere with the normal functioning processes of her body that lead to conception and pregnancy. There’s a very delicate and complex mix of hormones that take place that are released in a woman’s body and if that gets interfered with it may make it impossible for her or difficult in that particular circumstance to conceive a child.”

Bryan’s been important enough a wingnut that virtually any presidential candidate has to kiss his ring before pursuing the evangelical vote. So he’s not going anywhere.

Thus the hypocrisy? Because he’s powerfully insane. He’s got so much of the speaking-in-tongues crowd behind him that he’s allowed to be as brutally insulting and idiotic as he likes. Akin’s equally dumb but he’s only a politician.

Paramount among equals, Chris Loesch. He understands biology, too, and you people have got everything all freaking wrong.

Akin was all “medically correct.” We take this for granted because Twitter warriors are very science. Anybody who gives his life over to shouting in short sentences is likely sensible and carrying an acute background in the molecular mechanics of human biology. If that isn’t true none of his colleagues particularly cares and no one’s more or less upset about anything of current note.


Shooter probably a stupid violent right-winger

Another mass killing:

The shooting at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek about 10:15 a.m. Sunday that left at least seven people dead, including the shooter, and three people injured is being treated as a domestic terrorist incident, Oak Creek [Wisconsin] Police Chief John Edwards said.

Oak Creek police officers who responded to a 911 call about the shooting were helping a victim when the shooter ambushed one of the officers, shooting the officer multiple times.

A second Oak Creek officer returned fire, killing the shooter, Edwards said.

This brings back bad memories. Remember this?

Balbir Singh Sodhi was gunned down on Sept. 15, 2001 in Mesa, Arizona. The turban-wearing Sikh was killed outside his gas station. Sodhi’s killer spent the hours before the murder in a bar, bragging of his intention to “kill the ragheads responsible for September 11.” He has been convicted and sits on death row.

Now today. Raw Story:

More information is coming out about what led the FBI to declare Sunday’s Sikh temple shooting an act of domestic terrorism.

According to the Los Angeles Times, tattoos plus “certain biographical details” were the source of that conclusion. A representative of the Sikh congregation, Kanwardeep Singh Kaleka, told CNN that “members described the attacker as a bald, white man, dressed in a white T-shirt and black pants and with a 9/11 tattoo on one arm.”

There has already been widespread speculation that the shooter may have intent on committing an anti-Islamic hate crime but confused Sikhs with Muslims because of their turbans. Kaleka pointed out that “maybe it’s because the ladies were fortunate enough to dodge it out, but so far most of the people I’ve heard have been shot and killed were all turbaned males.”

Waiting for Pam Geller to tell us this is still Mohammed’s fault.