Blogs 4 Brownback

December 8, 2007

Huckabee: Looking Out for All Americans

Filed under: Health Care,Homosexuality,Mike Huckabee — Psycheout @ 6:11 pm
Tags:

I Like MikeMike Huckabee has been on the rise lately, in case y’all hadn’t noticed the Huckaboom.  And why not?  He’s a good man: a former Baptist preacher.  A true Christian leader.  Heck, even “roundhouse kick” Chuck Norris endorsed him.  And Huck’s just full of good ideas for America.  Like this one:

Mike Huckabee once advocated isolating AIDS patients from the general public, opposed increased federal funding in the search for a cure and said homosexuality could “pose a dangerous public health risk.”

Now that makes a lot of sense.  Homosexuals do indeed oppose a risk to the normal population and they are often, liberals claim, targets of violence by “intolerant” folks.  So isolating them from the general population keeps them safe as well as the rest of us.

Huck also has some interesting and innovative ideas on how to fund AIDS research without reaching his hand into your wallet (the Democrat party answer to everything).

Besides a quarantine, Huckabee suggested that Hollywood celebrities fund AIDS research from their own pockets, rather than federal health agencies.

They’ve got lots of money don’t they?  Probably money that they’d otherwise blow on fornication parties and, well, blow.

In 1992, Huckabee wrote, “If the federal government is truly serious about doing something with the AIDS virus, we need to take steps that would isolate the carriers of this plague.”

I’m not sure if this is still Huck’s current position, but he certainly was forward thinking to come up with such final solutions back in 1992.  I’m sure he’s come up with lots of great ideas since then.  A vote for Huck just might be a vote to end the AIDS menace once and for all.  And that’s a good thing that we can all agree on.

— Psycheout

45 Comments »

  1. AIDS patients aren’t all homosexuals. And the notion that AIDS is somehow God’s punishment for homosexuality breaks down when you look at some statistics.

    AIDS is most prevalent against gay males, followed by straight men and women, in that order. However, lesbians had a significantly lower incidence of AIDS than straight women. This fact alone proves your assumption that all AIDS sufferers are gay is completely wrong.

    I do agree that celebrities need to pony up for healthcare costs. Especially rehab clinics and STD treatment, since they do definitely contribute to drug and STD problems on a massive scale.

    I also disagree with your assertion that homosexuals are dangerous simply by virtue of their homosexuality. Pedophiles who assault young boys are overwhelmingly straight men, with no attraction for adult males whatsoever, so the idea that “gays abuse children” won’t fly here. Also, being in the presence of homosexuality does not and cannot influence a child’s sexual orientation. If it did, then you wouldn’t have instances of homosexuals cropping up in religious Southern towns, which is happening at an alarming rate, despite the absence of other homosexuals in those towns. So what exactly are you afraid of?

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 6:47 pm | Reply

  2. “Homosexuals do indeed oppose a risk to the normal population”

    So, this sentence means that homosexuals are opposed to risking the population. That’s nice, but just what the hell are you talking about?
    Of course the senslessness of that statement just kinda runs along with the senselessness of the writer. Having AIDS doesn’t mean you are gay, and being gay doesn’t mean you’ll get AIDS. Right now the largest number of AIDS victims are straight. When broken down to individual groups L was right, it’s gay men with the most, followed by straight men, then straight women, and lesbians being the group with the fewest instances. But if you get rid of the male-female part and just go by the gay-straight comparison, the straight men and women outnumber the gay men and women with AIDS, so broken down just by sexual orientation, the largest number of AIDS victims are straight.
    But then again, this was written by Psycheout, so how much should be taken as truth probably runs along the lines of how much truth is in all his other threads, for the most part, none.
    At least it was smart of him to say he wasn’t sure if Huck still supported this idea (he doesn’t) that would be better than his usual tactic of just blantantly stating he did whether it was true or not. Getting a bit better psyche, now if some of that would rub off on Sisy, but he’s still a chicken.
    Anyway, I’m not sure why I stopped by this thread, it is obviously just another troll by psyche, as if anyone really cares what Huckabee thought or said 15 years ago. Most of us have changed considerably in the past 15 years, except for psyche maybe. Other than being able to change his own diapers now, I figure he’s still much the same as he was at birth, simple, naive, and all wet.

    Comment by Arn — December 8, 2007 @ 7:20 pm | Reply

  3. Arn, I love you (in a platonic way, of course).

    Just noticed something else: the B4B staff have spoken out repeatedly against all non-Catholics, insisting that every last one is hellbound. Yet Huckabee, by virtue of having been a Baptist minister, is a “good man.” Way to go, Pharisees.

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 7:44 pm | Reply

  4. One more thing:

    Refusing to sponsor research to cure a disease does not help stop the epidemic. If anything, it has the opposite effect.

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 8:59 pm | Reply

  5. Oh My! If Chuck Norris thinks its a good idea…you’d better do it! He could smack you around with one finger…

    He could drop kick you into tomorrow! He could use his super cool nasal effulent to DESTROY you!

    I’m changing my vote from McCain to Huckie!

    and what ever got into your head that Cat-o-licks are going to heaven? That heathen cult of peodofiles are all dammed to hell from the START!

    Bunch of cannibal Mary worshippers!

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 8, 2007 @ 9:08 pm | Reply

  6. Marty, not all Catholics are like the B4B staff.

    Case in point: I am a cradle Catholic. I’ve been surrounded by the religion my entire life. And every priest, every CCD teacher, even the Pope himself, have all spoken out against the hatred, intolerance, and warmongering that these deluded men stand for.

    I am praying for the conversion of their souls–I want as many people as possible to go to Heaven, and I’d hate for their hatred to earn them a one-way ticket in the wrong direction!

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 9:11 pm | Reply

  7. You haven’t been reading these folks for too long have you, L? Actually they are Baptists, or as they say, “Republican Baptist”, there are some here who even put (Republican Baptist) in parenthasis like that every time they say the word Christian, because to them the only “real” christians are Republican Baptists. Of course that is sheer idiosy, but it’s how they think, instead of the usual seperation of church and state they squished them together so that it’s all one thing “Republican Baptist” is like a political party and religion all rolled into one. Fortunately for us all Republican Baptists live on some flat planet with no gravity and no movement and are therefore stuck there where they can’t do us any harm.

    [Ed Note: You’re an idiot. You’re thinking of Republican Faith, formerly known as Baptists for Brownback before they unceremoniously kicked Sam to the curb. We have never stated any particular religious affiliation. So why don’t you just shut up until you actually know the facts? Hmmmm?]

    Comment by Arn — December 8, 2007 @ 9:17 pm | Reply

  8. I don’t know about the others, Arn, but Sisyphus has stated, numerous times, that he is Catholic, and that all non-Catholics are going to Hell. Maybe Psycheout is Baptist, in which case, Landover Baptist Church needs to recruit him as their new preacher–he’d be perfect for the part. ;P

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 9:23 pm | Reply

  9. I’m afraid Sisyphus lies so much that I would require convincing evidence before I’d believe him if he told me he was human. As for religion, I really don’t believe he has one, to him everything is evil or filled with demons, him and bob_corker would make a perfect pair of booty bumpers.

    Comment by Arn — December 8, 2007 @ 9:32 pm | Reply

  10. I know, right?😄 You’d think they were members of some dark cult, the way they keep going on about demons… There are more mentions of “demons” in each article than in the entire series of InuYasha.

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 9:47 pm | Reply

  11. I think Landover Baptist is considered a parody by most, so keep fishing, L.

    Comment by Psycheout — December 8, 2007 @ 9:50 pm | Reply

  12. ED NOTE: you could be right on that point, however I have seen that here too, could be from people that visit here from the republican faith site (some of them do ya know) But since you don’t claim to be affiliated with any particular religion, perhaps you should, and at least clarify which religion it is that believes all that bull about the flat, motionless and gravityless earth, just so we can make sure we stay away from that religion.

    Comment by Arn — December 8, 2007 @ 9:59 pm | Reply

  13. “I think Landover Baptist is considered a parody by most, so keep fishing, L.”

    Comment by Psycheout

    I know it’s a parody. I’ve known since I discovered it two years ago. You should write for them–at least then no one will laugh at the fact that you’re actually serious about this drivel.

    Also, seconding Arn. I specifically remember a Christian “science” book showing specific verses in which the Bible demonstrated that the earth was round. (I wish my mother hadn’t thrown that book away–it would give me an opportunity to show my professors why I’ve been taught a classification system that shouldn’t have seen the light of day since the 60’s.)

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 10:05 pm | Reply

  14. By the way, Psycheout, you still haven’t answered my question:

    Just what is it about homosexuality that makes it threatening? I’ve never in my life gotten a straight answer to this question, and darned if I’m not getting one now!

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 10:08 pm | Reply

  15. Give that one up, L. You will never get a straight answer on anything here, Straight answers would involve telling the truth, something that these folks avoid like the plague.

    Comment by Arn — December 9, 2007 @ 9:42 am | Reply

  16. “I don’t know about the others, Arn, but Sisyphus has stated, numerous times, that he is Catholic”

    that can’t be true!

    Sissy, tell me.. do you wear a dress and bugger young altar boys? do you worship the female god Mary and practice cannabalism every weekend?

    tell me it isn’t so. I am on the very of a breakdown and may need to take a cure if you are one of those pagan fish-head god worshippers.

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 9, 2007 @ 12:58 pm | Reply

  17. Yeah, if you have a legitimate question or a way to prove them wrong, they’ll dodge it and answer/insult something else.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 9, 2007 @ 1:02 pm | Reply

  18. PROTIP: Not all Catholics are child molesters, Marty. We don’t worship Mary, we pray to her; there’s a big difference. Can’t say anything about transubstantiation, because i also think it’s a stupid practice.

    But if you need a cure, i recommend some .50 caliber aspirin.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 9, 2007 @ 1:04 pm | Reply

  19. “I am on the very of a breakdown and may need to take a cure if you are one of those pagan fish-head god worshippers.”

    Fish-head? We worship the same Trinity you do, Marty. We don’t have a deity with a fish head, and we don’t worship Mary–we treat her with the respect she deserves as the mother of Christ.

    The priests aren’t wearing “dresses”–those robes are reminiscent of the clothing worn by the early Church leaders. Did Jesus wear a dress? Did St. Paul? No, they wore robes. So do our priests.

    Catholic priests also, universally, take a vow of lifelong celibacy. Not only are they not allowed to marry, they are not allowed to engage in any form of sexual conduct at all, including masturbation. The priests involved pederasty were only a small handful out of millions of Catholic priests worldwide, and the Church made sure they didn’t go unpunished for such perversion.

    Also, read John 6:48-60 and Matthew 26-26-29. If the Bible is to be taken literally in every case, as you so often insist, then transubstantiation must be possible, because Jesus, as the Son of God, never lied.

    Comment by L — December 9, 2007 @ 2:43 pm | Reply

  20. L you need to study the pagan roots of your cult.

    “The fish-like form was a symbol of fruitfulness, and as such was likely to be adopted by seafaring tribes in the representation of their gods, which is why Rome who ruled the seas easily adopted the mystery religion from the Philistines. Here we see carvings and diagrams of Dagon priests and their fish head hats along side the Pope with his similar fish head hat. The carving on the left shows the Dagon priests sprinkling holy water. ”

    http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Parthenon/5862/sunpope.html

    The catolick church has very very little to do with Jesus.

    Ellie: “we pray to her”

    exactly. just like false idol worship. which is a sin. you should get RIGHT with CHRIST!(tm) ASAP.

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 9, 2007 @ 2:52 pm | Reply

  21. Marty

    You seem like a transsexual parodist. I’m a Calvinist, and therefore, I know that your general ignorance of the history of Christianity will cause you to be molested by venus fly traps while you will be forced to clean a mormon’s toilet.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — December 9, 2007 @ 2:58 pm | Reply

  22. Well Bob, you may be a Calvinist and perhaps a True Christian ™ but those mary-worshippers certainly aren’t saved.

    I don’t know why you have to call me names and beat me and cut me with your insults. I’m not the pawn of Satan on this forum: SpaceHO and ARNUS take that role in spades

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 9, 2007 @ 3:40 pm | Reply

  23. hehehe, they’re fighting each other now. i gotta see this

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 9, 2007 @ 3:51 pm | Reply

  24. Marty, instead of getting your information from an online cock-and-bull story, how about checking out a copy of the Catechism of the Catholic Church? It was written for Catholics, by Catholics, and is a detailed description of what the Catholic Church believes: about Heaven, Hell, Christ, angels, and just about anything else you can think of. Best of all, you can depend on it to be 100% accurate because the members of a religion cannot, and have no reason to, lie about its own beliefs to other members of the exact same religion.

    When you’ve raid the Catechism, itself, in its entirety, then you can talk about your church being the true Church. But until you’ve read that document, I don’t want to hear another word out of your fool mouth about Catholics and what we believe, because you’ve been fed the most outrageous lie I’ve ever even heard of.

    Comment by L — December 9, 2007 @ 6:12 pm | Reply

  25. Also, I just read that stupid “Sun God” story. It is living proof that if your lie is big enough, and you can make up enough “evidence” to support it, you can get anyone to believe it. If I hadn’t known better, I might have believed that tripe myself. Kudos to Bob for defending the Faith. It’s nice to see a Christian brother who’s not afraid to speak out against such blasphemy.

    Comment by L — December 9, 2007 @ 6:37 pm | Reply

  26. Marty

    Without Catholics to oppose, Calvinism may never have been born. Whatever the case, as long as they don’t agree with the Pope’s stupid ideas on the beginning of the world, I don’t see a problem with Catholics. After all, I’ve never had problems with conservative catholics, and even if there is something wrong with them, shouldn’t we be bludgeoning atheists, Satanists, feminazis, and vegans such as Arn and SpaceBOT (he’s definitely a robot, which means he’ll be sent to the lowest level in hell by default) more than Catholics? They at least picket abortion clinics with us and scream hateful slurs at the workers, so I can’t see what’s so bad about them.

    L

    I’ll defend Catholics as long as they take the Bible over the Pope. Good Catholics such as Sisyphus (and perhaps you, we’ll see) are certainly going to heaven. And don’t call him ‘father’ either, Jesus hates that.

    Elephant Bones

    Please sputter your Asian blather elsewhere. Thank you.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — December 9, 2007 @ 6:53 pm | Reply

  27. Comment by Elephant Bones

    hehehe, they’re fighting each other now. i gotta see this

    Sectarian warfare. All we need now is a Lutheran to enter the fray.

    Comment by ChenZhen — December 9, 2007 @ 7:16 pm | Reply

  28. Bob, I am a man always willing to take direction. and instruction, but a catholic without the pope is like a fish without gills. I don’t see how any of them can be saved, even if they did do some good work at times, such as burning witches and jews.

    L –

    you have got to be kidding! “members of a religion cannot, and have no reason to, lie about its own beliefs to other members of the exact same religion”

    Its well known that the Catholics are a secretive perverted cult and that they would do anything to hide their sick practices.

    tell me.. what is untrue about the following?

    “In 1599, Pope Clement VIII gave the ok for castrated young boy’s to sing in the Church. This went on for the next 280 years or so until Pope Leo in 1878 finally hid the practice from view. Hundreds of years of castrating young boy’s with the Pope and the Church giving approval for this barbaric procedure so the Church could have high pitched singers and pliant sex toys because they just did not like women. The boy’s were called the castrati and the Church sanctioned it. How on God’s good earth could an institution who say’s that it comes from God condone the mutilation of young boy’s and let it go for so many years and so many pope’s not doing anything about it and even approving it is beyond me.”

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 9, 2007 @ 8:26 pm | Reply

  29. Marty, good point. I’ll have to look into it. What I do know is that many Catholics are hoping for a true Christian Pope _ one who knows the earth is flat and umoving, and one that knows that all women must strap their bosoms down _ on their armpits if necessary;.

    Comment by Bob_Corker — December 9, 2007 @ 8:31 pm | Reply

  30. The castrati sounds like the illuminati, except without any balls.

    Comment by Truther — December 9, 2007 @ 9:09 pm | Reply

  31. “Burning witches and Jews” [28].
    “Please sputter your Asian blather elsewhere” [26]

    One more example of the evil and visous hatred that is being spewed out on this blog. It is truely disturbing. Anyway, i’m guessing that most if not all of you bigots on this site (not that all on this site are bigots, of course) are from religons that follow the Laws of Moses (i.e. EVERY single religon that is descended from the orgnal Roman Catholic). What happend to “Love thy neighbor?” Get lost in translation (from Hewbew to English when writing your religous texts) or something?

    This sickens me.

    “Homosexuals do indeed oppose a risk to the normal population” [Orignal post]
    “So isolating them [(homosexuals)] from the general population keeps them safe as well as the rest of us.” [Orignal Post]

    Psycheout, I desire an explanation for the first; what “risk”?
    Also, for the second, segration between two groups just fosters fear and peduice. It is well noted (to be fair, I have not got any refrences to back this up, but we are all [most, well, some, maybe] able to understand how that can be), finally, living in Northern Ireland, I can tell you that that comment looks a bit like it’s a threat against homosexuals.

    Comment by Austin — December 10, 2007 @ 12:46 am | Reply

  32. “I’ll defend Catholics as long as they take the Bible over the Pope. Good Catholics such as Sisyphus (and perhaps you, we’ll see) are certainly going to heaven. And don’t call him ‘father’ either, Jesus hates that.”

    Comment by Bob_Corker

    The vast majority of the information in the Catechism does in fact come from the Bible. The early Church leaders wrote numerous statements (which all Protestants still believe as well) clarifying such important matters as:
    -There is only one God, composed of three Persons: God the Father, God the Son (Jesus), and the Holy Spirit.
    -Jesus was both fully human and fully divine. (A heretical group called the Coptic Christians had insisted that Christ was divine, but not human.)

    “you have got to be kidding! “members of a religion cannot, and have no reason to, lie about its own beliefs to other members of the exact same religion”

    Its well known that the Catholics are a secretive perverted cult and that they would do anything to hide their sick practices.”

    Untrue. The main reason a religion cannot lie about its practices to other members of the same religion is that the laity will not believe you, and the clergy will vehemently deny your false teachings.

    I also take exception to your description of us as perverted. The Pope has stated on more than one occasion that sex is only allowed between husband and wife; that oral, digital, and anal intercourse are only allowed as foreplay to normal marital intercourse, and should not be practiced otherwise; and that masturbation, contraceptives, and abortion are immoral. Indeed, if a Catholic girl has an abortion, she is immediately excommunicated (kicked out of the Church for life). Don’t perverts give into their lust instead of trying to purge it?

    “tell me.. what is untrue about the following?

    “In 1599, Pope Clement VIII gave the ok for castrated young boy’s to sing in the Church. This went on for the next 280 years or so until Pope Leo in 1878 finally hid the practice from view. Hundreds of years of castrating young boy’s with the Pope and the Church giving approval for this barbaric procedure so the Church could have high pitched singers and pliant sex toys because they just did not like women. The boy’s were called the castrati and the Church sanctioned it. How on God’s good earth could an institution who say’s that it comes from God condone the mutilation of young boy’s and let it go for so many years and so many pope’s not doing anything about it and even approving it is beyond me.””

    Comment by Marty McPain

    Everything except the first sentence. Castrati were not originally religious singers–they originally sang in secular settings, such as the opera. This is because women were not allowed to appear onstage (it was considered “disgraceful”). As natural eunuchs are extremely rare, many parents, especially those in poverty, would deliberately mutilate their sons in hope that they would become famous castrati. Most of these boys died of infection, but among those that survived, their voices remained as high-pitched as those of women, but with a man’s lungpower.

    Unfortunately, many castrati were unable to break into the music business (just like most kids today who think they can be a rockstar never make it). They were good singers, but not generally much good for anything else, because they were basically only trained to sing, and were not very athletic. The Church took pity on these wronged children by allowing them to sing in Church choirs. However, due to the barbaric nature of castration, the Church never encouraged the practice. The reason castrati no longer appeared in Church choirs is because by that time, women were allowed to act and sing on stage, and women weren’t castrating their children anymore. It’s not an issue of castrati being “hidden;” they simply died off without being replaced. Not a single member of the Catholic Church today is a castrato.

    Jesus himself never denounces eunuchs, or those who were castrated by others. See Matthew 19:12. It’s the same in the KJV too, so don’t tell me this Bible is lying.

    Comment by L — December 10, 2007 @ 8:04 am | Reply

  33. L said :Also, being in the presence of homosexuality does not and cannot influence a child’s sexual orientation.”

    and failed to point out that an exception has to be made so the POPE can cut your balls off…

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 10, 2007 @ 8:36 am | Reply

  34. “finally, living in Northern Ireland, ”

    of course, Austin, when you live in Northern Ireland, EVERYTHING looks a bit like it’s a threat against homosexuals.

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 10, 2007 @ 8:37 am | Reply

  35. [Ed Note: You’re an idiot. You’re thinking of Republican Faith, formerly known as Baptists for Brownback before they unceremoniously kicked Sam to the curb. We have never stated any particular religious affiliation. So why don’t you just shut up until you actually know the facts? Hmmmm?]

    You preach to me about not ordering people what to do and yet here you are ordering people around. The hypocrisy here is astonishing and never ceases to amaze. The audacity of you morons and your self-rightousness is a complete joke.

    Comment by spacebrother — December 10, 2007 @ 10:22 am | Reply

  36. “I don’t know why you have to call me names and beat me and cut me with your insults. I’m not the pawn of Satan on this forum: SpaceHO and ARNUS take that role in spades”

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 9, 2007 @ 3:40 pm

    You’re going straight to Hell. Jesus hates you.

    Comment by spacebrother — December 10, 2007 @ 10:24 am | Reply

  37. You’re going straight to Hell. Jesus hates you.
    Comment by spacebrother — December 10, 2007 @ 10:24 am

    I will kneel on the concrete floor and pray that either Christ enters your heart and makes you a better person, or that Christ speeds up his plans for your eventual eternal torment.

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 10, 2007 @ 10:27 am | Reply

  38. “By the way, Psycheout, you still haven’t answered my question:

    Just what is it about homosexuality that makes it threatening? I’ve never in my life gotten a straight answer to this question, and darned if I’m not getting one now!”

    Comment by L — December 8, 2007 @ 10:08 pm

    It’ll never happen. The KKKorkkker kkkoolade kkkookkk patrol will never admit their lies.

    “Give that one up, L. You will never get a straight answer on anything here, Straight answers would involve telling the truth, something that these folks avoid like the plague.”

    Comment by Arn — December 9, 2007 @ 9:42 am

    Arn’s right.

    Comment by spacebrother — December 10, 2007 @ 10:28 am | Reply

  39. “I will kneel on the concrete floor and pray that either Christ enters your heart and makes you a better person, or that Christ speeds up his plans for your eventual eternal torment.”

    Comment by Marty McPain — December 10, 2007 @ 10:27 am

    You’re a lost soul and a lost cause. Your reservation for Hell is booked.

    Comment by spacebrother — December 10, 2007 @ 10:30 am | Reply

  40. “Burning witches and Jews” [28].
    “Please sputter your Asian blather elsewhere” [26]

    One more example of the evil and visous hatred that is being spewed out on this blog. It is truely disturbing. Anyway, i’m guessing that most if not all of you bigots on this site (not that all on this site are bigots, of course) are from religons that follow the Laws of Moses (i.e. EVERY single religon that is descended from the orgnal Roman Catholic). What happend to “Love thy neighbor?” Get lost in translation (from Hewbew to English when writing your religous texts) or something?

    This sickens me.

    “Homosexuals do indeed oppose a risk to the normal population” [Orignal post]
    “So isolating them [(homosexuals)] from the general population keeps them safe as well as the rest of us.” [Orignal Post]

    Psycheout, I desire an explanation for the first; what “risk”?
    Also, for the second, segration between two groups just fosters fear and peduice. It is well noted (to be fair, I have not got any refrences to back this up, but we are all [most, well, some, maybe] able to understand how that can be), finally, living in Northern Ireland, I can tell you that that comment looks a bit like it’s a threat against homosexuals.”

    Comment by Austin — December 10, 2007 @ 12:46 am

    Correct. Austin, I call them the KKKorkkker KKKoolade KKKooKKK patrol just for these reasons.

    Comment by spacebrother — December 10, 2007 @ 10:33 am | Reply

  41. Funny thing is that most of the gay population are Conservative Republicans. Just ask Psykkkout’s, Sixsixsixyphus’, KKKorkkker’s and McLames Log Cabin Republican focus group.

    Comment by spacebrother — December 10, 2007 @ 10:38 am | Reply

  42. Everyone’s calling for Marty’s inevitable (not to mention well-deserved) plunge into the fires of eternal hell, and all that good stuff. I have a better idea. Why not send him to heaven, where he’ll see people like Martin Luther King, Confucius, Osamu Tezuka, and all the rest, and let him realize with horror that everyone who didn’t hold his values are still living in God’s kingdom.

    You would hear the scream of terror all the way down on earth.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — December 10, 2007 @ 3:34 pm | Reply

  43. I love you EB. If you lived around here I would marry you and be the happiest girl in the world.

    That’s right Marty, I’m female. Now what was that about forcibly removing an organ from my body that I don’t even have?

    Comment by L — December 11, 2007 @ 8:32 am | Reply

  44. Marty McCheeses detachable penis.

    Comment by Spacebrother — December 11, 2007 @ 10:46 am | Reply

  45. Okay. Here’s the thing. WHAT MAKES Homosexuals so evil? WHY does the bible condemn them? Sure, it says they’re evil, but WHY does it say that? (capitals for emphasis, not trying to be rude)

    Comment by Bob — December 31, 2007 @ 11:19 am | Reply


RSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Blog at WordPress.com.

%d bloggers like this: