Thursday, November 11, 2004

I stand corrected

Apparently, I spoke too soon about Sen. Arlen Specter. Thankfully, the rude pundit was there to set me straight:
Specter could have fought back - he could have made a case for the independence of the legislative branch from the executive. He could have said more strongly that he was talking about the reality of dealing with an angry Democratic minority. Oh, how strong and mighty he could have stood for ideals and moderation. Instead, Specter was paid a visit by Karl Rove's Sodomizin' Stormtroopers. God, how the sphincters of Republicans ache at the thought of the black-clad SS and their foot-long black dildos, how the alphabet streets of D.C. are filled nightly with the moans of would-be dissenters from the Bush agenda who are raped back into line with just a wave of Rove's corpulent hand. It took one night of abuse with the sandpapered rough phalluses before Specter put on the Shirley Temple dress and went on the gabfests to lick his giant lollipop about what good widdle girl he would be. Isn't he adorable on CNN's Inside Politics, saying, "I've supported all of President Bush's nominees in committee and on the floor," followed with a stark admission of his bitchery, "I think I can help the president"? Wasn't he a sweetie pie on Face the Nation? Yep, Specter dancing around and showing his cute panties to everyone is a warning to anyone who dares not toe the Bush line.

The rude pundit is my new favorite pundit.

While I have your undivided attention, can we talk about when it was exactly that people in America LOST THEIR FUCKING MINDS? Apparently the new Kinsey biopic starring Liam "You May Remember Me from Schindler's List but Not So Much from Gun Shy" Neeson is now being protested by certain "groups," and by "groups" I mean total fucking morons:
"Alfred Kinsey is responsible in part for my generation being forced to deal face-to-face with the devastating consequences of sexually transmitted diseases, pornography and abortion," said Brandi Swindell, head of a college-oriented group called Generation Life that plans to picket theaters showing the film.

But this one is really choice:
"Instead of being lionized, Kinsey's proper place is with Nazi Dr. Josef Mengele or your average Hollywood horror flick mad scientist," said Robert Knight, director of Concerned Women of America's Culture & Family Institute.

3 Comments:

Blogger Sarachkah said...

I love your blog. I love it because you write a lot about interesting things, giving me an excuse to check it more than once a day. And I love it because you rage and say "fuck" a lot, which I can't do as well on mine, since my grandparents started looking at it after I posted pictures of my preggo belly.

November 11, 2004 at 1:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love your blog too. And I love you. I think I'm turning gay.

November 11, 2004 at 1:48 PM  
Blogger Malinchista said...

Christ! Can I just ask why ROBERT is even in a group called Concerned WOMEN of America's Culture & Family Institute?!?!

November 11, 2004 at 6:06 PM  

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