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The right to fucking life

September 13, 2011 3 comments

Republicants screamed YES when asked should an uninsured man die.

They cheered the fact that people in the richest economy in the World die because of lack of insurance, they called that “freedom”.

They cheered the fact that Perry “legally” murdered nearly 250 people including children and a man innocent of any crime.

Republicants put the military and billionaire tax cuts ahead of feeding the poor.

They talk of getting government out of the lives of people but each and every single one of those Presidential Candidates would legislate what a woman does with HER body because while in the womb life is all important, except of course if it is some sort of “terrorist anchor baby”.

This is the modern GOP. “Anti Terrorist” investigations by a man who helped fund terrorism in the UK. Right to life only while in the womb. Never speak out against them for they will try to silence you.

If you watched the GOP debate and did not feel sick to your stomach you are NOT human and you most certainly are NOT a Christian.

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Knock Knock

May 21, 2011 2 comments

who’s there?

EVERYBODY

oops, pick another date

Oops.

Republicans who believed the rapture are the ones who also think Sarah Palin is electable and that the Tea Party looked out for their interests. Nuff said.

Dear Rich Republican

I can protect you from the Godless come the rapture.

I understand that you are concerned about what God awful Communist may take over your home on May 23, the day after rapture. May I humbly suggest that in advance you bequeath it to me

I do believe that the free market for many things is the best way to manage scarce resources on the planet. I was also christened a Catholic and I was confirmed at the age of 11.

Obviously I do not meet the exacting standards required of rapture come 22 May, which is why I fully expect to remain on the planet next Monday.

I may not have perfected my belief in the free market, Christianity or other such things. An ex boyfriend or two might raise your concerns. However I am a good guy and will not trash your place.

So I suggest that you leave me your property and sign up in advance of May 22, after all some godless Communist may lay claim to your hard work God Given property otherwise. If by any chance you are not raptured up, and I have no reason to doubt your Godliness, then arrangements can be made. I could rent you a spare room or two. Or put you up in the Garden. Many of your rooms may not be available as they may be filled with people who are currently homeless. The poor will always be with us, but there will be less if you give them a head start of an address. A lack of a room for you will only be because as you have repeatedly stated be because you have not been pious enough. Remember, hurry. This will only ever happen once in this lifetime. Your doubt about your ability to be raptured will result in you failing to be raptured.

Hey “Birthers” answer this

April 19, 2011 1 comment

Which pic was Bible Spice supposed to be more pregnant in?

Where is the birth certificate?

PS – Bible Spice was officially more heavily pregnant in the second picture than in the first. Just sayin

Call me a whaambulance. Bonehead proves he is worried that DOMA will reveal GOP bigotry

February 23, 2011 Leave a comment

Attorney General, Eric Holder, today declared that the US government will no longer defend Section 3 of DOMA in court.

Eric Holder issued this statement

After careful consideration, including a review of my recommendation, the President has concluded that given a number of factors, including a documented history of discrimination, classifications based on sexual orientation should be subject to a more heightened standard of scrutiny. The President has also concluded that Section 3 of DOMA, as applied to legally married same-sex couples, fails to meet that standard and is therefore unconstitutional. Given that conclusion, the President has instructed the Department not to defend the statute in such cases. I fully concur with the President’s determination.

Consequently, the Department will not defend the constitutionality of Section 3 of DOMA as applied to same-sex married couples in the two cases filed in the Second Circuit. We will, however, remain parties to the cases and continue to represent the interests of the United States throughout the litigation. I have informed Members of Congress of this decision, so Members who wish to defend the statute may pursue that option. The Department will also work closely with the courts to ensure that Congress has a full and fair opportunity to participate in pending litigation.

Furthermore, pursuant to the President’s instructions, and upon further notification to Congress, I will instruct Department attorneys to advise courts in other pending DOMA litigation of the President’s and my conclusions that a heightened standard should apply, that Section 3 is unconstitutional under that standard and that the Department will cease defense of Section 3.

John Boehner’s spokesman issued this terse statement in response: “While Americans want Washington to focus on creating jobs and cutting spending, the President will have to explain why he thinks now is the appropriate time to stir up a controversial issue that sharply divides the nation.

Of course to a Republicant, abortion is not an issue that divides the United States, re-defining rape is not a divisive issue, scraaping the health care reform is not a divisive issue, nor are vouchers for private schools and the de-funding of Planned Parenthood. To the Republicant Leadership these are issues that are far more pressing than the budget deficit (which according to their plan will take 50 years to end) and restoring jobs for Americans.

He is not worried about how this splits the US, he is worried about how it splits his Party, it will give a new voice to the bigots and then the super-bigots. Not something he would have wanted to happen in the run up to Republican Primaries for the 2012 Presidential election.

What a very very straight Ivory Tower Republicants live in.

Republican hate group claims that Hate Crimes Prevention Act has outlawed the Bible

February 3, 2011 Leave a comment

All for the $$$$ of course.

What is sadder, that a group that clams to be Christian would do this to Seniors, or that they would believe them?

A Republican site using lies and scare stories to trick money out of their money? I wonder who that reminds me of ?

Texan Republicans want to ban what these two were thinking about in public.

February 2, 2011 Leave a comment

Reagan – getting it wrong as usual:

Some has been from a cold State- I can haz three:

Yep, Texan Republicans to ban oral sex:

I guess this is one of the few times you can say Republicans don’t suck.