February 24th, 2012
Rick Santorum, the right wing un-presidential candidate, blew the racist dog-whistle by reminding the toadies that follow him around that we have a black man in the "white" house. Now of course he knew it would be hard to portray President Obama as an "angry" black man, which is usually the scare tactic those cretins use to inflame racist fear and hatred, so he described Obama's occasional assertiveness as "pushing us around", and said that if we let him keep it up and he got what he wanted, the next thing we know, it would be the French Revolution all over again. And he would do the same thing to us and the churches now as the French government had done to them during the French revolution. Or something like that.
I think he may be a little confused about who did what to whom back then.
Hey, Rick. The heads of the church had their heads cut off right along with their buddies and co-oppressors, the French noblemen and noblewomen because they were all on the same team -- abusing the common people and perpetuating social and financial inequality and injustice. Sound familiar!
February 22nd, 2012
By Peter Le Force
-- I thought the market for crazy had nearly all but collasped
with this year's GOP presidential campaign circus act, but now a bunch of old gray (and probably no longer sexually active Republican) men are all excited about trans-vaginally probing (and trans-vaginally anything-elsing, I would be betting) women who are pregnant and considering an abortion. They had no women testify about the issue - just men.
To the extent that this is an idea acceptable to Republicans
, let me propose just one small mini-amendment, as an insurance policy for the effectiveness of this electrifying plan.
Since we have the humilation and shame reverse incentives in place for women
, let's take the fathers by force, tie them down and give them Bailing Wire Cytoscopies. Let's face it, most mothers would have had a hard time getting pregnant with out the aiding and abetting of a male somewhere in the neighborhood. And men already understand the two male credos we live by: 1) no pain no gain; 2) what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.
My bet is a few men would actually die in the process.
The ones that live, however, will probably behave in a more circumspect manner going forward.
Vote on that, oh, male-dominated trans-vaginal probe committee! And cytoscopy forth -- in good cheer!
NOTE: (for those of you who are not familiar with the term "cytoscopy", it's like a colonscopy, only they do it on the front end - to pry, prod, peak and poke around in your nether regions - for anomalies, tumors or other nondescript, un-unecessary and not wanted appendages in your kidneys and bladder)
February 22nd, 2012
By Bifford Caulfield
-- Santorum spoke over the President's Day
weekend that the reason democrats (primarily that monster, Obama) want pre-natal care for women is because it's just their big ruse to have doctor's declare babies health-compromised in some way such that they can use fear tactics to scare women into having abortions for their troubled fetuses -- all because the cheap democrats just don't want to spend money on healthcare for the poor little persons once they are born. Democrats want to abort these babies so they won't have to spend money on healthcare for them. Yo, Rick. Got some news for you brother: Republicans are the ones who are all about denying pregnant women and new mothers and their babies healthcare. And poor people -- and blacks-- and Latinos -- and unemployed -- and disabled people, etc. ect.
Point of information, Ricky: Democrats are all for spending as much money
as it takes to provide families healthcare, even if it means -- gasp! -- taxing the millionaires and billionaires a few pennies more. Get real, oh disingenuous one!
And now, Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham
, has stated that Obama must not be a Christian even though he says he is, because islamists consider him a muslim because he had a muslim father -- and that makes him one. Islamists believe this, he says, so it must be -- or at least could very possibly -- be true.
My theory is that when the Rapture did not come in May
, 2011, like scheduled. These right wing republican evangelist fanatics have come down with a deep, maniacal depression and have spiraled into "Lack-of-Rapture" cabin fever because the great escape from this prison planet on earth they have helped create for everyone has been denied them. It is just too boring and too limited here o earth to tolerate -- and it has driven them stark raving crazy! No other explanation! They certainly are crazy. The real question is why are we even listening to these lunatics and why are we putting them on TV?