Friday, December 09, 2022

I Didn't Say It

Vicki Hartzler, Missouri GOP Representative, literally weeping over the final vote for the Respect for Marriage Act:

“This hollow amendment provides no tangible protections for religious schools. No protections for faith-based adoption or foster care agencies. No protections for Christian businesses who contract with the government. And no protections for civil servants that justly believe marriage is between a man and a woman. The bill’s implications: submit to our ideology or be silenced. This is yet another step toward the Democrats’ goal of dismantling the traditional family, silencing voices of faith and permanently undoing our country’s God-woven foundation. This is the Democrats’ priority.”

Oh Vicki, kindly shut your fucking yap. This holier-than-thou-woe-is-me bullshit about your faith and your marriage being attacked because LGBTQ+ want a little equality goes against every single fucking thing Jesus ever stood for.

Love and equality, Vicki, you dumb, dumb bitch. Not the story from the Bible you read which is about white hate-filled Jesus loving only white Bible thumping prigs.

Fuck off Vicki. Fuck all thew way off and save your pathetic tears for when you go home and snuggle up to your husband and he says, for the thousandth time “Not tonight dear, I have a headache from all your Bible thumping hate.”

Fuck.Off.

Why does she enrage me, you might ask? Well, for starters … Vicky Hartzler is one of the most vicious opponents of LGBTQ+ rights in Congress.

She has hosted ex-gay torture advocates in her office right after Congressman Ted Lieu introduced a bill to ban the practice.

She publicly pressured Amazon to resume selling books by the now-dead Joseph Nicolosi, the father of ex-gay torture.

Before being elected to Congress, Hartzler headed the Missouri Coalition to Protect Marriage, which in 2004 backed the successful campaign to install a statewide constitutional ban on same-sex marriage.

Hartzler has compared same-sex marriage to incest and pedophilia.

Vicki Hartzler can kiss my white ass.

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Nikki Haley, former South Carolina governor and former US Ambassador to the United Nations, on a possible 2024 presidential run:

“A lot of people have asked if I’m gonna run for president. Now that the midterms are over, I’ll look at it in a serious way and I’ll have more to say soon. For now, I’ll say this. I’ve won tough primaries and tough general elections. I’ve been the underdog every single time. When people underestimate me, it’s always fun. But I’ve never lost an election. And I’m not gonna start now.”

Oh Nikki, you ass. You may not have ever lost an election but that was before you said in 2015 that Thing 45 had no business being president, and then became one of his lapdogs the minute he asked; and in 2021 you blamed him for stoking the insurrection and that he had no place in the GOP, but then said you’d support him if he ran.

You can’t make up your mind or even keep to a cogent opinion.

Sit down.

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Chris Christie, former New Jersey GOP governor, wants the party to move on from Thing 45:

“It is time to stop whispering. It is time to stop being afraid of any one person. It is time to stand up for the principles and the beliefs that we have founded this party on and this country on. We keep losing and losing and losing, and the fact of the matter is the reason we’re losing is because [Thing 45] has put himself before everyone else.”

Keep in mind that Christie has long been a Thing 45 supporter and is only speaking out now because he’s seeing cracks in Thing 45’s hold on the party.

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Bill Barr, suggesting indictments are coming for Thin g 45:

“If a former president commits a crime ... they should be indicted for it. If the Department of Justice can show that these were indeed very sensitive documents, which I think they probably were, and also show that the president consciously was involved in misleading the department, deceiving the government, and playing games after he had received the subpoena for the documents, those are serious charges ... I personally think that they probably have the basis for legitimately indicting the [former] president ... I think they probably have the evidence that would check the box. They have the case ... the argument for doing it is that if you let someone like this who, you know—if the facts are as raw as they may be and you let someone get away with it, how can you protect these secrets? How can you insist on people in government taking this stuff seriously? So, you know, that’s an important thing to weigh, as well as what it will do to the country and to the office of the presidency. And I think Merrick Garland is going to have to make that call.”

Roundabout way of not really saying anything at all.

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Charlie Kirk, self-proclaimed Christian nationalist—or as I call them, Nationalist Christians because you shorten it to Nat-C’s—on the trouble with families:

“I think the American family’s breaking because of this subsidized, prolonged adolescence of infant boy—of like infant men of 26, 27-year-olds. I’m telling you, young men need to be treated a lot harsher than they are right now. And I know this, that sounds bad. They need to be challenged, put out into the wild, figure it out. You know, go, reach deep down and understand if you have testosterone or not, and then build something of value. At Turning Point USA, we now have a men’s summit where we—and our men’s summit is very different than our women’s summit—our women’s summit is really fun. And my wife speaks at the women’s summit, and you know, women come from across the country and they’re wearing dresses, lots of pink. Our men’s summit is out in the woods, no phones. We deprive you of calories, of sleep, we break you and we teach you something, and then you learn how to become a man.”

So, men spend time with men in the woods and women wear pink dresses? Charlie sounds like a closeted homo looking for alone time with a burly young man in flannel who likes to be treated harshly, while his wife stays home and cooks and cleans.

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Rick Scott, GOP Florida Senator and healthcare fraudster, thinks only Christians should be allowed to immigrate to America:

“Why don’t we have a legal immigration system for the people that want to come and live our dream, that want to live, that believe in our Judeo-Christian values? All right? Why don’t we want more? If we’re going to have more immigration, all right, let’s do that. These people that we have no idea what their background is, like in Afghanistan. We brought 79,000 people here from Afghanistan. Did we vet them? No! 79,000 were brought here, only because they were at the airport. 79,000 people. We didn’t vet them. We gave them American IDs. We have no idea where they are.”

Of course, because Christians don’t murder people, sell drugs, rape women, cheat and lie. I mean all one need do is look at all the Christians in Congress to know that … oh, wait, never mind.

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25 comments:

  1. Definitely going to let Vicki Hartzler know on Twitter she can go fuck herself

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  2. For those who are confused, Hartzler was crying tears of rage; God had evidently not chosen to give Republicans the authority they crave. As for Nikki? Run Nikki, run! The same goes for Christie, who's not been shy about his ambition. As for Charlie? He and Hartzler are in the same boat. Evidently God does not approve of Christian Nationalists.

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    1. Cuz god [little g] ain't no Christian Nationalist.

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  3. Calling Christian Nationalists "Nationalist Christians" because you can shorten it to "Nat-C’s" -- hahahahahaha, brilliant!

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    1. I won't take credit for creating it but I take all kinds of pride in spreading it around.

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  4. krayolakris10:32 AM

    Feckin Nat-Cs. What a lineup of haters and losers today!

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    1. I took a good long Silkwood Scrubdown after posting it.

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  5. Wow! That Bill Barr - lots of words
    and nothing said!
    xoxo :-)

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    1. It was a word salad worthy of Sarah Plain, though Barr's was polysyllabic while Palin's were monosyllabic.
      xoxo

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  6. That self-righteous, moralizing, holier-than-thou bitch. It was her impossibility to change the law just by wishing it what made her cry. Xtianists feel impotent in front of knowledge or reason. That's why she was crying.
    As for the others, specially Nimrata, I hope she runs and is demolished in the debates and revealed to be a Russian asset. She deserves the ridicule.

    XOXO

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    1. I think Vicki thought if she cried some of the men who were going to vote Yes might have changed their votes. Her histrionics were lost on them.
      As for Nikki, the woman cannot find an issue upon which she doesn't come down on both sides.
      xoxo

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  7. You point out just who needs to be vetted! What a disgusting line-up! ūüėē

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    1. Truth. Sometimes it's all garbage.

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  8. Democrats care for people not ultra-rich Christian groupies with more sanctimonious "care" for religious organisations who don't need help apart from mental health care for their followers. That Vicky Hartzler surely looks as though she is going to set killer gaurd dogs on anyone who disagrees with her.

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    1. Vicki is clearly a faux-christian who knows nothing about Jesus.

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  9. All I can do for all of these idiots who aren’t fit to serve as doormats is to summarize what you said: Fucking dumb fucking dumb dumb bitch bible thumping prig fuck off fuck all the way off fuck off kiss my ass sit down!

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    1. So much more concise than I am, sir!

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  10. Anonymous3:50 PM

    Charlie's thinking about burly 30 somethings in buffalo plaid shirts stripping down to their red union suits and is getting all moist.

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    1. Great! Now I'm thinking about that too!

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  11. Never beyond hope

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  12. Thanks Bob have a really bad case of indigestion now.

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    1. It was a load of ugly this week. My apologies.

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  13. I don't think Rick Scott is exactly out there tooting his horn for Mexican immigrants, and yet they're all Christian.

    Vicki Hartzler knows she's losing. Yeah, go ahead and cry me a river, Vicki. As you said, Bob, Jesus would be on our side.

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