Monday, August 29, 2011

Natural Disasters

You know, limited intelligent life-forms shouldn't be allowed to run for political office. Then again, if they didn't, who would fill the positions?

Seriously, MB in another illogical move, has now determined that God is trying to get the attention of politicians by wreaking havoc with natural - hurricanes, earthquakes - disasters!

Seriously, woman???

Do you really think that God gives a hoot about politicians (of which MB is one!!!)? If so, why doesn't He just send a bolt of lightning to wipe out the lying/corrupt politicians currently in office . . . and those running for office?

I hate to tell you MB, but God is not speaking to you through natural disasters. You might think he is . . .and you might want to check into your own clinic for some reparative therapy while you're at it . . . but he isn't.

People die in natural (oh, you might want to look up the definition of that one in your spare time, MB) disasters time after time. Were they bad people? Was God punishing them? What about devout Christians that die of cancer? With your current illogical thinking, MB, that would be God talking to the politicians.

If you're hearing voices in your heads, they have meds for that, MB! Just sayin' . . .

Monday, August 22, 2011

Homosexual Lifestyle . . . NOT!

According to The Advocate General Mills allegedly dropped its ad/sponsorship of the show Pretty Little Liars because one of the characters is a lesbian. General Mills disputes this allegation. Uh-huh!

But . . . the reason General Mills even knew a character was a lesbian is because that fun little group known as the Florida Family Association (i.e., alleged hate group . . . at least in my opinion) sent the following message to General Mills that the "shows audience of primarily 12 - 18 year old girls was being sent a message that reinforces and legitimizes this homosexual lifestyle in a manner that could affect these young girls' sexual identity for a lifetime.


First, dear Florida Family Association, there is no such thing as a homosexual lifestyle, because, if there is, well, then, there's such a thing as a heterosexual lifestyle which I'm 100% POSITIVE you and the other allegedly narrow-minded people that make up the Florida Family Association would vehemently deny.

Homosexuality, like heterosexuality, is a part of a person's genetic make-up. You're born hetero or homo. Nobody chooses this option. God chose it for the person at the moment the sperm met the egg and did the little happy dance that fertilized the egg and created life!

Oh, and just in case you're wondering (and listening to Michelle Bachmann), you can't cure homosexuality, any more than you could cure heterosexuality. It's never gonna happen. Born Gay. Die Gay! Born Straight. Die Straight. It's the facts of life people!


p.s. No more Cheerios for me!

Monday, August 15, 2011


So, Michelle Bachmann, winner of the straw poll in Iowa, has stated that she isn't a politician. Well, I have news for you, Michelle Bachmann . . .

. . . you are a politician. Oh, you might try to delude yourself by saying, in interview after interview, that you're not a politician, but . . . YOU ARE.

You are running for a political office.

That makes you a politician.

You evade answer politically damaging questions.

That makes you a politician.

You've competed in a political debate.

That makes you a politician.

Face it, Michelle, you can't cure the gays, and you are a politician!

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Sarah Speaks . . .

. . . and doesn't say anything useful. Big Surprise!

So, in the midst of tumbling stocks, and a downgrade by a credit agency, Sarah Palin opens mouth, and inserts foot . . . again: “Be wary of the efforts President Obama makes to ‘fix’ the debt problem,” she said. “The more he tries to ‘fix’ things, the worse they get.”

Then, not to outdo herself, she sticks her other foot in her mouth:
“How shamelessly cynical and dishonest must one be to blame this inevitable downgrade on the very people who have been shouting all along ‘stop spending?’” This comment was in response to people pointing the finger at the Tea Party Movement.

Of course, it's okay to blame the president, the Democrats, and anybody else who isn't part of the Tea Party Movement, but shamey-shamey-shamey if anyone dares place blame on the Tea Party!

Seriously, Sarah, get a life.

The reason our county is in the shape it is in, is because we have an inept government not willing to work together. We have a government - and trust me, any members of the Tea Party are no different - who wants to broker deals, i.e., I'll agree to this to fix the current crisis, if you'll agree to that, rather than actually deal with the crisis at hand: a rising, unmanageable debt brought about by a series of Presidents, both Democratic and Republican, throughout the years, and by a Senate/Congress too busy playing party politics to actual do the jobs they were elected to do.

So, dear Sarah, instead of acting immature, pointing your finger, and saying I told you so, why not try being an adult for a change and actually offering non-party biased solutions. Geesh!

Oh, and dear Sarah is also encouraging people with this statement: "Please get engaged in 2012 electoral politicians and support experienced, vetted, pro-free market fiscal conservatives."

Oh, and conservatives will be the downfall of this country. Conservatives are already doing their best to deny equality to citizens of the United States. Do we really want such allegedly narrow-minded people gaining power in this country?



Monday, August 8, 2011


So, Michelle Bachmann believes that gay marriage is a frivolous matter. So, in a logical line of thinking, if gay marriage is frivolous, than obviously so is equality. Isn't it great that we have someone running for President that doesn't believe in one of the founding principals of this country? Yeah, sarcasm in case you missed it.

Seriously, people, all the GLBT community wants is the same rights heterosexuals want: equality. We want equal treatment under the law.

I want equal treatment under the law.

Michelle Bachmann - and the rest of the GOP hopefuls - aren't out for providing equal treatment under the law to all citizens of the United States. The only people they're concerned with are the narrow-minded individuals out to deny equality to all citizens of the United States.

It is sad to see that these alleged Christians are, well, so allegedly un-Christian like.


Thursday, August 4, 2011


So, Shawn Akers, the Public Policy Analyst for the anti-gay (i.e., alleged hate group) organization Liberty Counsel believes that "California's new LGBT-inclusive history law represents bullying of the worst kind". Go here for the full article.

Seriously, it's okay to revise history to make certain events not happen, but it's not okay to include events that wouldn't have happened if not for members of the LGBT?? Yeah, illogical thinking of the allegedly (sorry, have to use that word for legal purposes) narrow-minded strikes again.

It simply amazes me how certain people like to twist things to defend their allegedly inane point of view.

Oh, btw, a member of this same group stated that LGBT youth commit suicide because they "know what they are doing is unnatural, is wrong, is immoral".

LGBT youth commit suicide because of people who join these alleged hate groups and propel bullying to an all time new level.


Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Not Curable

So, Michelle Bachmann - you know, the allegedly rabid right winger, teas swigging partier - thinks that gays can be, well cured.


Seriously, there isn't a cure for homosexuality, anymore - unfortunately - than there is a cure for her delusions! Boy, do I wish there was a cure for her delusions, and that of like-minded people.

Let me tell you what my 86 year old mother, when asked about her gay son - that'd be me, just in case you have any doubts - said: Scott is just like God made him.

Do you hear that Michelle Bachmann? My 86 year old, Catholic mother, is a heck of a lot smarter than you!

You can't cure what God made. Sorry, you can delude yourself into believing you can cure what God made, and the people you allegedly brainwash can believe that they are cured, but, deep down, they're as gay as they were on the day the egg and sperm met and created life. Just sayin' . . .


Tuesday, August 2, 2011

People Not Robots

What I ask of you, as the elections come up, is to seriously consider yourselves as people, and not robots of a particular mindset. Are you willing to follow a politician who isn’t following their heart or conscience, but who is rather following the mindset of a particular group – Democrat, Republican, Tea Party, Coffee Party? They are only saying what they need to say to a) get the backing of the particular party and b) to get your vote.

They are not speaking from their hearts and conscience.

History has shown us, i.e., the people of the United States, that politicians do not keep the allegedly false promises they make to convince you - us - to vote for them. Go on, check out all the promises of the candidates you have voted for in the last few elections and see how many of their promises were kept. I'm betting $$$ that more promises have been broken than kept.

Our government is - allegedly - corrupt. It is broken. The politicians broker deals behind the scenes that strip away their humanity, and strip away the American peoples faith in their government.
The politicians in office, those aiming to get in office, are not speaking from their hearts and conscience.
They cannot speak from their hearts and conscience and get elected, because . . . the Republican't, the Democrat, The Tea and Coffee Parties would not support them. They would toss them aside like a used, well, condom. Good for one use only! Sorry!

None of those parties want a candidate who speaks from their heart and conscience. Oh, yeah, they make those claims, they fire up their righteous indignation, but, in the end, their own self interests, and not the the greater good of We the People of the United States comes into play.

So, as the elections gear up, the hateful/negative ads begin to air, remember this: the ads are false and taken out of context. You need to check the facts for yourself. Do Not Trust the Political Ads!!!


Monday, August 1, 2011

Destruction of the Amercian Family

According to GOP hopeful Rick Santorum, he believes that the passage of equality laws to allow gays to marry is 'destroying the American family'.

I say, heterosexuals have been destroying the American family. Why not give the homosexuals a chance to fix them?

Seriously, the lengths allegedly intelligent - big emphasis on allegedly - people will go to in order to defend their stance for inequality is absolutely amazing.

I say we start taking away rights to these people, and then see their response.

So, Michelle Bachmann - women cannot run for President, oh, and you can't vote any longer. What's your response to that? Huh?

Rick Santorum - Republicans are no longer considered citizens of the United States of America. What do you think of that? Huh?

Yes, I know, but . . . the people attempting, and succeeding in some cases to deny equality to fellow human beings, to take an attitude that they're better than the gays/lesbians fighting for equality, is absolutely ludicrous.

In the Eyes of God . . .

. . . , and from my viewpoint, you don’t need a piece of paper to be married.

In the eyes of God, and from my viewpoint, you need your love and commitment for one another.

The piece of paper . . . well, that’s man’s law people, not God’s law. The only thing that piece of paper truly does is guarantee a tax break. Yeah, big whoop.

So, what everyone - well, not everyone, only the narrow minded stuck in the dark ages people -  is truly fighting for as they deny equality to fellow human beings is, yeah, you got it, a tax break. Woo-hoo! Boy, puts things in perspective doesn’t it?
Seriously, people, what's the big deal? I've been with my partner for 17 years and we're probably more married than most heterosexual couples out there. Heck, we have a longer relationship - i.e., marriage - than most heterosexual couples out there.
We love each other, we're committed to each other, we've shared the ups/downs of this crazy life together, experienced joy and sorrow, life and death, and so many other things . . . and we're still together. We are, well, married, no matter what the narrow-minded, alleged Hitlerites have to say about it.