Archive | June, 2015

For progressives AND social conservatives – new jokes about the gay marriage decision

30 Jun
Please be offended.  Make my day!



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President Obama claims to treat all people equally, but today when he threw a gay heckler out of the White House, he didn’t even use the word “faggot”


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For month, Uber announces a new ride share, Luber.



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Conservative pundits are too heteronormative to get the role of spit in the gay community. Those louts who spat on that priest in NYC were hoping he would turn the other cheek.

Why I Can’t Support Rand Paul Just Yet

30 Jun
Why I Can’t Support Rand Paul Just Yet – Michael Redchanskiy

Wherein Michael Redchanskiy shows how Russia apologist Ron Paul fans can increase people’s sympathy for Rand Paul.

Does that mean Michael is a false flag operation?

Here’s What John Roberts and Salon.com Have in Common

30 Jun

Here’s What John Roberts and Salon.com Have in Common

We are from the government and we are here to help you

30 Jun

Actual unemployment is 37.2%, ‘misery index’ worst in 40 years

30 Jun

Wall Street adviser: Actual unemployment is 37.2%, ‘misery index’ worst in 40 years | WashingtonExaminer.com

Thomas Peters, National Organization for Marriage activist, tragedy and recovery

30 Jun
I’d blogged/vlogged about a debate between conservatives and libertarians on gay marriage held a few years back by America’s Future Foundation.

Always enjoying a bit of humor, I’d pointed out that the heterosexual conservatives in the debate were prettier than the gay libertarians they were debating.  Particularly Thomas Peters, the owner of the American Papist blog.  (I’m not alone in publishing writing mentioning that Mr. Peters is good looking.)

I was saddened to learn recently that Peters is now largely paralyzed, having had a tragic swimming accident.

I am also told that he continues to lobby on Capitol Hill and reportedly now has more access than ever.  Previously liberal Congressional offices would refuse him entry or make no time to speak to him.  Now they are afraid of someone tweeting a photo of them refusing entry to a disabled person, so everyone takes the meeting.

Tuesday’s recommended reading

30 Jun