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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Do Me a Favor and Stop Trying To Save My Brother


The last week has been terrifying and strangely torpid, a week of devastation, a drawn-out nightmare. For the record, though, I’m for this war, even though it goes against my instincts and my rich disdain for our president. I live on Capitol Hill, in Seattle – indignant, weepy, wishful Capitol Hill; home of hecklers, hippies and tragedians – that is to say, of peace protesters. As far as I can tell I’m the only person on my block who believes military action in Iraq is justified and necessary; the only one who believes that the unsophisticated peace rhetoric I hear whenever I turn on the TV or go downtown is cowardly, irrelevant and retarded. Seattle may as well be officially against the war. Probably tomorrow I’ll see my name on a protest sign, with an X through it or something.

Two weeks ago I attended many of the peace rallies downtown. The asinine rhetoric I encountered ranged from uninformed – a protester with a teardrop painted on her cheek told me that an Iraqi elementary school had just been destroyed by a U.S. bomb; this happened, as near as I can tell, in her imagination – to unintentionally hilarious: “We are not here protesting today, we are here evolving into better human beings,? cried out one speaker, who went on to declare, incongruously, “There’s a whole generation being born right now with no heads!?

posted by Gordon at 2:50 am

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Dykes on Bikes


posted by Gordon at 1:36 am

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Got to See It to Believe It


posted by Gordon at 12:23 am

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Why Men love Octoberfest


posted by Gordon at 2:45 am

Monday, October 9, 2006

Ted Turner, moonbat mouthpiece


posted by Geoffrey at 8:13 pm

Saturday, October 7, 2006

Mark Foley – hmmmm.

This Mark Foley scandal has opened my eyes. To what, you might ask?

Democrat hypocrisy? Fuck no. That’s old news.

That pedos should be hung? Nope. See the previous line.

Not to hold you in suspense, but what would a post about Mark Foley be without a section dedicated to the Democrats? A few things about the Dems reaction to Foley that shocked me, but shouldn’t have. Calling for Hastert to resign?

Uh, why?

The best one, though, is from Democrat talking head Bob Beckel. He compared a homo around boys to Willie Sutton (bank robber) around banks. Huh? When did the Dems start thinking that all homos are pedos? Aren’t the Dems the champions of acceptance? They now think that being homosexual should automatically put you under the microscope? “Keep an eye on that homo, Pelosi.”

You can’t leave out Gerry Studds, either. He has sex with a few minors, then goes on to serve 6 more terms, elected by the fucked up moonbats in Massachusetts. You remember them? The same people that are screaming for Hastert’s head. Did these same moonbats go after Tip O’Neil?

Which brings me to the point of my post. It’s not really about Democrats and Republicans, it’s about how absolutely fucked up some of the laws in our country are. I’m no lawyer, so feel free to correct me if I’m wrong. Foley is under investigation for criminal offenses. Apparently, it’s a crime to solicit sex from a minor over the internet. However, in Washington DC the age of consent is 16. That’s why Gerry Studds didn’t go to jail.

So if Mark Foley had dragged the minor page to a hotel room, it would have been legal, but because he’s a pervert online it isn’t? Let me make sure I have this straight. It’s perfectly legal to be a sick fuck in Washington DC, but it’s a criminal act to talk about it online? Are you fucking kidding me? Does anyone else think this is absolutely crazy?

posted by Geoffrey at 7:30 am

Friday, October 6, 2006

Freedom of Speech – the Liberal way

Students stormed the stage at Columbia University’s Roone auditorium yesterday, knocking over chairs and tables and attacking Jim Gilchrist, the founder of the Minutemen, a group that patrols the border between America and Mexico.

Mr. Gilchrist and Marvin Stewart, another member of his group, were in the process of giving a speech at the invitation of the Columbia College Republicans.

Violent moonbats repressing our right to free speech? Surprised?

The articles an interesting read and quite revealing of the modern liberal.

My favorite moonbat quote:

Ryan Fukumori, a Columbia junior who took part in the protest, told The New York Sun. “They have no right to be able to speak here.”

Let’s just join the liberals and piss on the Constitution.

posted by Gordon at 2:33 am
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