Friday, July 22, 2011

I Didn't Say It........

Rick Santorum, on Dan Savage's "attacks" on him:
"Whether it’s Rick Santorum or Michele Bachmann, it’s the Left making fun of someone who believes in the values that built America. It believes in traditional marriage. How outrageous. How bigoted. How hateful that you actually believe that, that, you know, raising children and, and, and families with mothers and fathers is something to be encouraged. That you’re, that, that, just because you hold those opinions, you are subject to the worst form of, of, of, of vulgarity on the internet, on television, and everywhere else, and they get away with, not only do they get away with the mainstream media, but they are applauded by the mainstream media. They are made, they are celebrated by, as you mentioned, in New York, by taking on these, these people who believe in these outmoded virtues, and, the bottom line is I stand and I wear it as a badge of honor that someone as vulgar and as, and as disgusting and as hate-filled as Dan Savage sees me as public enemy number one. To me, that tells me I must be doing something right."

Oh, Rick, poor Rick.
You aren't subject to the ridicule and mockery of people on the left because you believe in a traditional family unit--whatever that is.
You are subject to ridicule and mockery, and the Frothy Mixing, because of your bigoted and homophobic and intolerant and bassackwards, and might I add, fucktarded, comments on the LGBT community.
You have compared homosexuality to child molestation and incest and bigamy and bestiality.
That's why you're the butt of jokes.
That's why you're a joke. 

Dan Savage, on Marcus Bachmann being an ALLEGED homosexual:
"Gay people who point out how fruity Bachmann is aren't saying there's something wrong with being fruity, or with being gay, or with guys who look, speak, walk, or dance the way Bachmann does. A lot of us look, speak, walk, and dance that way. And we don't think there's anything wrong with us for looking, speaking, walking, or dancing that way. I've never met a gay man who objected to Modern Family's Cam, who looks, speaks, walks, and dances the Bachmann way. And we certainly don't think there's anything wrong with being gay. But Marcus Bachmann sure does. He thinks there's a whole lot wrong with being gay. And when we point out that this same Marcus Bachmann acts like a huge homo—like a huge, messy, married, dishonest, closeted version Cam—we're not mocking the fruits. We're hoisting that pansy with his own hateful petard."

If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck, walks like a duck, it's a duck.
And, sometimes it's a "huge, messy, married, dishonest, closeted" duck like Marcus Bachmann.
Just because he is ALLEGEDLY ashamed of being gay doesn't make being gay wrong.

Bishop David Allen Richey, saying he fears gay people more than wars and natural disasters:
"I'm not afraid of the many disasters that are happening simultaneously in our world. I'm not afraid of all the wars that are currently raging on almost every continent on the globe. The potential for nuclear accidents globally doesn't frighten me. What terrifies me are good men and women saying and doing nothing when politicians we voted into office are making moral laws that contradict everything a Holy God stands for. [snip] If someone desires to indulge in bestiality, anal sex, homosexuality or any other perverted sexual act, why does it have to be made a law? More important, why have more than 50 percent of Americans bought into the lie that it has to be legalized?"

I love how these Catholic Bishops are always comparing homosexuality to bestiality and other perverted sexual acts, but generally leave raping children out of the mix.
Pot. Kettle. Pedophile.
And marriage will be legalized for all Americans, Bishop, and you'll be stuck on the sidelines whimpering and moaning and living in the past.

Rudy Giuliani, on what the GOP needs to do if they want to regain the White House:
'I think the Republican Party would be well advised to get the heck out of people's bedrooms and let these things get decided by states. We'd be a much more successful political party if we stuck to our economic, conservative roots. I think it's wrong [gay marriage], but there are other things that I think are wrong that get decided by democratic vote. I see more harm, however, by dwelling so much on this subject of gays and lesbians and whether it's right or wrong in politics."

Oh, Rudy.
In one breath you tell the GOP to get out of people's bedrooms, and then you open the door and walk right in with your anti-marriage equality stance.
If the GOP really wants to win an election, then the GOP needs to realize that fear isn't a way to get votes.
Actions speak louder than words.
They ought to shut up and get to work doing all the things they promised last November that they haven't done a thing about since.

Dr. Jack Drescher, a psychiatrist who specializes in debunking "ex-gay" conversion:
"[Ex-gay theories are] o far outside the mainstream it's practically on Mars. We don't know what causes homosexuality, we don't know what causes heterosexuality, and since we don't what causes it, we don't know how to change it. There is no science that effectively states [reparative therapy] this can work, this can change."

I think that whatever causes homosexuality is the same thing that causes heterosexuality, though the mo's get all the fabulousness.
And you can't pray away fabulousness.
Or the gay.
Or the straight.

Alan Chambers, leader of the "ex-gay" group Exodus International:
"We can look at other organizations who help people dealing with other life struggles. For instance, Weight Watchers... Should we go after Weight Watchers and tell them 'Don't say that there's anything beyond obesity' for people who are struggling with obesity and want an alternative to that?"

Hmm, interesting.
Is there a point system to Chambers' ideology, like there is to Weight Watchers.
Sucking a dick is 1 point?
Riding a hot guy is 5?
And how many points do you get before you're a full-fledged flaming queen.
I mean, I reached that number a loooong time ago.

Unwed teen mother Bristol Palin, on her insider knowledge of God's political affiliation:
"I think that people treat her poorly, they treat her with no respect, and I think it’s because they’re envious of her. She’s got a good family, she’s got a good husband, she’s got awesome support, she’s got God on her side, and I think people are envious of that."

Um, Bristol? You're dumb.
The only people who envy you and your family are morons with no active brain cells.
You got drunk and got knocked up, had a child, proclaimed your allegiance to abstinence--about a year too late by my calender--went on a TV dance show, got a buttload of plastic surgery to fix your low self-esteem issues, and continue to sell yourself to the highest bidder.
Your mother barely graduated from any one of the five colleges she attended, was elected to a job and quit halfway through because it got too hard, ran for, and spectacularly lost, a bid to be Vice President, sold her soul to reality TV, and started ina documentary that made just about as much money as I scraped out of my sofa cushions last week.
I think not.

President Obama, on the debt ceiling stalemate:
"What we're seeing here confirms what the American people think is the worst about Washington: that everyone is more interested in posturing and political positioning and protecting their base than solving real problems. Eric, I could get well above the numbers the GOP is talking about with revenue increases. I am not afraid to veto this and I will take that message and defend it to the American people. If we default, it will be a tax increase on every American. My responsibility is to the American people. I have reached the point where I say, 'Enough.' I have sat here long enough and no other President - Ronald Reagan wouldn't sit here like this. I've reached my limit. We've reached the point where something's got to give. You've either got to compromise on your dollar for dollar insistence or you compromise on the big deal, which means raising taxes. Eric, don't call my bluff. I will go to the American people on this. This may bring my presidency down, but I will not yield on this."

We need more balls of steel from Obama. More calling out people like Cantor and Boehner and McConnell, who would rather see America crumble in order to win an election.
You cannot pay off a debt without taxes, no matter how much you cut a budget.
Any asshat knows that.

Marcus Bachmann, claiming that the audio tape in which he calls gays "barbarians" was doctored:
"I was talking in reference to children. Nothing, nothing to do with homosexuality. That's not my mindset. That's not my belief system. That's not the way I would talk. I think the strongest myth is the myth that I have ever called a homosexual a barbarian. We don't have an agenda or a philosophy of trying to change someone."

But then the unedited version of the tape came out and that is exactly what he said.
Liar, Liar, your wife's an idiot.
And, so, Miss, are you.

NOM president Brian Brown, whining about people who choose not to follow the law and give up their civil servant jobs:
"We've already met the first victims of this new gay marriage regime. Town clerks, charged with a duty to issue and record marriage licenses, are faced with a stark choice: give up stable employment in the midst of a troubled job market, or give up their religious convictions about marriage. Two clerks have already resigned; others have been warned that failure to comply with the new law could land them in jail. Who will the next victims be? A wedding photographer or owner of a reception hall? Parents of public school children who object to curriculum changes this fall? How long before the new law impacts you and your family? The answer from Albany is clear: We couldn't care less."

Oh, Brian, wipe your tears.
These people aren't victims,
They are people who work for the government of the state of New York who cannot set aside their religious beliefs and follow the law.
Too bad, so sad.
You don't want to issue marriage licenses to gay couples?

Bryan Fischer, American Family Association spokesman, on how Freedom of Religion only applies to Christians: 
"The First Amendment was written neither to guarantee freedom of religion to Muslims or Buddhists or Hindus nor to prohibit their free exercise of religion. It wasn’t written about them one way or another. It was written for one specific purpose: to protect the free exercise of the Christian religion. We must be clear: the First Amendment does not prohibit the free exercise of alternative religions, but neither does it guarantee it. It simply does not address the issue at all."

Um, dickhead?
May i call you dickhead?
Where, oh, where does it say "only Christians" in the First Amendment?
It doesn't?
Then quit trying to say it does. people like you that use your ignorance, bigotry, homophobia and stupidity to rewrite the Bible and the Constitution to fit you narrow world view are despicable.
And dickheads.


Stephen said...

Amen, Sister!!!

Stephen said...

My confirmation word was: LaOink... which I believe is French for the word for the noise pigs make.

Stan in NH said...

Dick Santorum is just a big big big ass ass ass hole hole hole.
Maybe it's only the pictures your've chosen, but the misses Brown and Bachmann both have "that look". You know what I mean? That look. The I'm a huge homo - a huge, messy, married, dishonest, closeted, my wife won't let me have any boyfriends - homo.
But Dan Savage is wonderful.
Of course there's a huge flaw in Chambers' argument. But he's ex-gay, so what can you say, he has a sweet tooth! So Alan, why don't you just try Gay-t Watchers! It works.

todd carr said...

I like your point system idea.

sucka dick 1 point

maka crepe 3 points

Robyn said...

I used to care what Sanitorium thought but then again it's not like he's going to be president of the PTA let alone the United States anytime soon.