Sunday, May 30, 2010

If'n You Don't Like It Here...

Today is Saturday, 29 May 2010.

How time flies when one’s having fun.

Seems like ages since Rand Paul’s made an appearance out of the sewer. A white sheet shortage in Kentucky?

Paul is missing the opportunity to throw his wavy hair in the scales against repeal of “Don’t ask, don’t tell”. Since Paul believes that Big Gummint shouldn’t dictate that public businesses must serve any and all Americans, surely he believes that heterosexuals shouldn’t be forced to share that most public of accommodations, military dormitories, with homosexuals.

Why won’t Rand come to the defense of the straight and narrow, threatened by those with abnormal appetites for same-sex rape? And why won’t he stand up for his fellow Aryans, threatened by The Colored Races, whose only ambition is to rape whites? Doesn’t Rand realize that re-segregation is the only hope?

But, seriously, folks. It’s long, long past time that cowards in Congress and the military high command stopped pandering to homophobic bigots. If the latter don’t want to serve with homosexuals, fine: let them enlist in North Korea's military.

In his new book, Rudy-esque chronic adulterer Newton Leroy Gingrich claims that Obama’s "secular-socialist machine represents as great a threat to America as Nazi Germany or the Soviet Union once did."

Obama is as great a threat to the USA/USE as a political party responsible for the extermination of more than 6,000,000 Jews? Only a totally-committed anti-Semite would so trivialize the Holocaust.

Deport Gingrich to North Korea.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rand's dad voted to repeal DADA. It is a government function and Rand has clearly said he thinks anywhere govt funds etc, it shouldn't discriminate including against gays.

You really should get to know the guy. There are reasons all the special interests are against him.

11:44 AM  
Blogger HH said...

Perhaps Ron Paul did vote against "Don't ask, don't tell", but he's still a life-long and vocal antiSemite and white supremacist. That he may occasionally vote ethically doesn't excuse or erase his fundamental allegiance to evil.

(I dislike intensely nicknaming that homophobic policy "DADA", as I'm a long-time Dadaist writer and artist.)

Rand Paul is a hypocrite, since ALL businesses benefit from "government funds" (socialized highways, socialized police and fire, etc.), and he's clearly stated he doesn't think "private business" should be forced to be open to all.

Unless specifically identified, "special interests" is a content-devoid term, simply meant as propaganda to stir irrationalism. "Libertarians", for example, are a special interest. Any sub-set smaller than all of humanity can be construed as a special interest.

1:43 PM  

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