Tuesday, February 28, 2012


Vomiting on the Sweater Vest

The idea that the church can have no influence or no involvement in the operation of the state is absolutely antithetical to the objectives and vision of our country...to say that people of faith have no role in the public square? You bet that makes me want to throw up.

How proud his parish priest must be!
So pious is Rick Santorum that his stomach heaves at the very thought that the church can't mandate our way of life. He is Doctrine become visceral, its effects carried out with a kind of dogged, mechanical, peristaltic piety roiling throughout his utter being.

Rick Santorum wants to be president so that he can hand the American people over to his own sainted Taliban, crushing the lifestyles (a word I hate) that haven't received official sanction. This from an organization that harbors child abusers! Rick Santorum wants to be president so that he can settle his tummy.

You can't make stuff like this up.

In the last decade, I have become more and more aware of the personal comfort people seek from government. And I'm not talking about housing or transportation. I'm talking about the uneasy feeling that people still want to indulge in public policy. I am not comfortable with gay marriage. Therefore, you shouldn't be able to marry. I am content with your oppression, because it threatens my sense of the way the world is.

I don't want to learn any different.
I don't want to go to college, like Rick says (though who looks better dressed for attendance at a prep school, then Catholic university?) and become a liberal snob. That's how it happens. They recruit you. Then the homosexuals recruit you and convert you to their agenda, and then you don't love your husband anymore. Homos spoil your marriage for you.

Last night I saw Bill Maher announce that he'd donated a million bucks to a super-PAC for Obama, knowing that as extreme as Rick's views might be, a shitload of right-wing PAC money could inundate the nation this fall in the form of ads designed to appeal to American's worst apocalyptic nightmares.

Americans haven't come to terms with their shadow-selves' big dose o' racism, the stuff that has allowed Republicans to project fears of Obama's supposed Muslium, socialist, un-American, terrorist-coddling tendencies in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary. It's a campaign the GOP orchestrated during the election of '08 and has embellished since with its daily slate of talking points.

Biblical Republicans, nonsense. Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor.

The man is the epitome of dorkdom.
Even if he wasn't a 13th century Catholic, the JC Penney sweater vests alone should have doomed him.
Poor Frothy never could get a break.
My true blue dem, union loving, radical left friends wrote from Ohio saying they had just voted for Santorum. I damned near fell off my chair!
Yep, because they know Santorum has zero chance against Obama & wanted to tinker w the primary vote selection of the red.
They sneered they can't wait to start getting republican party literature. (firestarter???)
Anyway, other true blues who have done similar tactics can't stand the repugliture for very long before they have to change their affiliation.

I don't want this zealot anywhere near the Whitehouse, but I wonder if his "surge" in election #'s is really election sabotage?
I wish I knew. He gives me the major creeps, and whoever wins the R nomination will get tons of right wing dough. And as you know, any lie repeated often enough...

No wonder Bill Maher gave a million bucks to an Obama PAC.
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