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>I Didn’t Say It……..

>Peter Fonda, on how the president is “a fucking traitor” for his handling of the BP oil spill:

“I’m training my grandchildren to use long-range rifles. For what purpose? Well, I’m not going to say the words ‘Barack Obama’, but….it’s more of a thought process than an actuality, but we are heading for a major conflict between the haves and the have nots. I came here many years ago with a biker movie and we stopped a war. Now, it’s about starting the world. I prefer to not to use the words, ‘let’s stop something’. I prefer to say, ‘let’s start something, let’s start the world’.”

Um, yeah, that whole linking of arming grandchildren to shoot and president Obama, sounds a little threatening, dontcha think, Pete?
I agree that the gulf between the rich and everyone else is goring ever wider, but arming anyone is not the solution.
Put the teabags away and take a nap, Pete.

Michelle Obama, slyly, maybe, mentioning to gay families in speech to graduates at West Point:

“I ask you to remember that family has always been a centerpiece of our American story. No matter how you’ve grown up, no matter how you define family, all of you have someone in your life who believed in you and pushed you.”

No matter how you define family.
Two parents, mommie and daddy.
One parent, mommie or daddy.
Two parents, mommie and mom, or daddy and dad.
It shouldn’t make a difference how your family looks, all that matters is that they love you and nurture you and help you through life.
You go, Michelle.

Linda Harvey, of the Southern Poverty Law Center-certified hate group, Mission America, claiming that GLSEN [Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network] advocates for….wait for it….pedophilia:

“GLSEN poses as a ‘gay rights’ and ‘anti-bullying’ group for youth, going to bat for them on issues like discrimination. But GLSEN is actually a threat to children, unless parents don’t care about their kids being drawn into early deviant sexual activity, or learning to approve of sinful, God-defying behaviors without the parents’ knowledge. To put it bluntly, when you think GLSEN, think ‘children and bodily fluids.’ Yes, it’s that bad. Behind GLSEN’s window-dressing rhetoric about safe schools, bigotry, ‘homophobia’, oppression, and concerns about harassment, lies the reality: advocacy of actual homosexual sex, sometimes implicit, sometimes very explicit, even for young kids. And sometimes it’s with adults.”

So this ‘education network’ which seeks to help all kids understand what it means to be gay, and to grow up accepting and tolerant and understanding of people with different orientations and gender identities, is actually a front for pedophiles?
Linda, you need to get a large spoon and dig your head out of your ass.
You cannot advocate sex. Sex is; homosexual or heterosexual. It is. Unless you think that other groups advocate for heterosexual sex?
And GLSEN has nothing to do with pedophilia.
Seriously, get that spoon and start digging.

Charles Barkley, on gay players in the NBA:

“First of all, every player has played with gay guys. It bothers me when I hear these reporters and jocks get on TV and say: ‘Oh, no guy can come out in a team sport. These guys would go crazy.’ First of all, quit telling me what I think. I’d rather have a gay guy who can play than a straight guy who can’t play.”

Nice to hear another POV from a professional athlete.
Nicer than Kobe Bryant and Joakim Noah, with their faggot comments.
It shouldn’t matter anywhere, at work, at play, what your sexual orientation might be. It should only matter that you can do the job, or play the game.

Veteran NYC sports radio announcer Jared Max, coming out on his radio show:

“Are we ready to have our sports information delivered by someone who is gay? We’re going to find out. Because for the last 16 years I’ve been living a free life among all my close friends and family. But I’ve been living behind what is a gargantuan size secret in the sports world. I am gay. Yeah, Jared Max, the sports guy with one of the most familiar voices in New York sports isn’t quite like the majority.”

Welcome out, Jared, welcome out.
And you are simply showing the world, as has Don Lemons and Rick Welts and Will Sheridan and Scott Norton–who’ve all come out in recent weeks–that we are all kinds of people, doing all kinds of jobs, and our sexual orientation should make no difference at all.
Naturally, you’ll be receiving the complimentary toaster oven and copy of the Gay Agenda.

Director Lars von Trier, who has been banned by Cannes, for his Hitler remarks:

“I really wanted to be a Jew and then I found out that I was really a Nazi because my family was German….Which also gave me some pleasure…What can I say? I understand Hitler…I think I understand the man, he’s not what you would call a good guy. But I understand much about him. And I sympathize with him a little bit. I’m not for the Second World War. I’m not against Jews. I’m very much for Jews. No not too much, because the Israelis, a pain in the ass…Okay, I’m a Nazi.”

This is a prime example of someone who doesn’t think before he speaks.
I got nothin’ else on this one.
It’s too disturbing……
Naturally, shortly after this vomitous statement, Von Trier apologized: “If I have hurt someone this morning by the words I said at the press conference, I sincerely apologize. I am not antisemitic or racially prejudiced in any way, nor am I a nazi.”

Maggie Gallagher, on The Gay Agenda:

“Surrendering on the legal definition of ‘civil marriage’ is not a prelude to winning any of those other deeper battles. It is a prelude to an ever deeper surrender to the main idea now being propagated: if you believe in the message of Genesis, as repeated by Jesus—that marriage from the beginning has been the union of male and female, husbands and wives called to give themselves to each other and to their children—then you are a bad person. You are like a racist. You should be ashamed and shamed in public. You should, ideally, lose your job.”

Here’s another thing, Mags, Jesus is love. I don’t think he’d want you all, standing up and denigrating an entire group of people in his name.
Sure, you can toss around specific Bible passages that you say bolster your claims, but there are just as many passages that don’t.
If you boil it down to it’s purest form, God is love.
And what you’re doing is not.
See, you can dislike me for being gay, and think your Bible damns me to hell for it, but you cannot use your misunderstanding of the word of God to legislate against me. That is no very Christ-like, is it?

Actor Armie Hammer, on the “weird hype” surrounding his man-on-man kiss with Leonardo DiCaprio in Clint Eastwood’s J Edgar Hoover movie:

“It’s the same kind of thing as if you walk onto a set and they hand you a machine gun and [say], ‘Shoot this like you know what you’re doing’ — you can’t grab that thing and go, ‘uh…’ — you kind of have to go, ‘Okay, I know what I’m doing,’ and you’ve just got to go for it. It wasn’t that weird — I have never kissed a guy — it’s not something I’m going to do in my private life, but at the end of it I was, like, man, there is a lot of weird hype.”

It is kind of odd, because when an actor plays a murderer or a rapist or pedophile or adulterer, the press never seems to assume they are like that in real life.
But play gay, and everyone assumes you’re gay.
And kiss a guy on film and there’s this almost juvenile nervous giggle that permeates every interview, like you’re expected to say that the kiss turned you gay. Or loudly profess your heterosexuality.
That said, the idea of seeing Armie Hammer kissin’ a guy has got me a bit riled up, so to speak.


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Filed under Armie Hammer, Charles Barkley, Jared Max, Lars Von Trier, Linda Harvey, Maggie Gallagher, Michelle Obama, Peter Fonda

>I Didn’t Say It…….

>Maggie Gallagher, NOM High Priestess of Hate, on  Dan Savage’s “sexual ethic” of valuing honesty over fidelity and the disaster that, she says, will be his upcoming MTV show:

“There was a thoughtful analysis of [Savage’s] sexual ethics in the Washington Monthly recently, for folks who want to get a taste of what he writes. The essay, by a Lutheran Minister, ends by pointing out where Savage ethics lead. A young man, in love with his girlfriend, with whom he has had a rather open and satisfying sexual relationship, but is tempted by more “sexual variety” asks how he can ask for that without ruining his relationship, which he values. Savage, who for all his experience, does not know what women are like, advises him to tell her openly and honestly what he wants, because otherwise the young man will just cheat on her. The Lutheran minister, wiser in the ways of men and women, suggests that this young man is going to get pretty lonely looking for another woman able to give him all this young woman does–and who doesn’t mind his playing around on the side. The possibility of taming one’s sexual desire for the sake of another, or of a vow, is not in the Savage moral imagination. Libido will have out, and honesty about that is the best policy. He brings, in other words, the best of gay sexual ethics and experience to a straight audience, with potentially disastrous results.”

And Maggie thinks we should take our moral cues from either her, or a Lutheran minister, about sexual ethics.
Maggie, those who can, do; those, like you, who can’t, try to impose their limited worldview on the rest of us.

Dan Savage, responding to Maggie Gallagher:

“I do not intend to ‘educate your college students,’ Maggie. Your college students—the offspring of NOM supporters—are being ‘educated’ at Brigham Young, Liberty University, Bob Jones, Seattle Pacific University, and other Christianist madrassas. My college tours typically take me to secular institutions of higher learning where the kids were hooking up and having sex long before my visit to campus. I know what women are like. I may not know what women taste like—I’ve never gone down on one—but I do know what women are like. My mother was a woman, my sister is a woman, my aunts are women, my favorite bartender is a woman, lots of my friends, neighbors, and coworkers are women. And as someone who sleeps with men and is a long-term relationship with a man, I know what (straight) women have to put up with. I’m not the first gay man that women have turned to for advice about love and sex, Maggie, and I won’t be the last. And aren’t you a practicing Catholic? Not knowing what women are like (or taste like) has never stopped the Pope from offering his unsolicited advice to women—no birth control, no abortions, no oral, no anal, no handjobs—and it’s hypocritical of you to suggest that I’m not qualified to advise women, since I won’t fuck ’em, without first telling that old fag in Rome to STFU already.”

Again, Dan, Brazilliant!

Glenn Beck, on his cancellation, er, “transition” out, of his FOX News program:

“I took the job two years ago because I thought I had something important to share. I really thought that if I could prove my case that something wicked this way was coming, something in America was wrong, America would listen. And, they have. I’m surprised at both the number that have and haven’t even with all of the facts….When I took this job I didn’t take it because it was going to be a career for me. Paul Revere did not get up on the horse and say ‘Hwaa I’m gonna do this for the rest of my life!’ He didn’t do it. He got off the horse at some point and fought in the revolution…”

Difference is, Glenn, your ignorant fuck, is that Revere got off the horse of his own free will. He wasn’t pushed off because he was a moronic gasbag out of touch with the real world, and pandering to the lowest wingnuts he could find.

Diane Gramley, head of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Family Association, announcing a new campaign against the repeal of DADT:

“We are undermining our military [with this policy] and thus undermining our national defense, so we are encouraging them to get into the thick of the battle because that’s what it’s going to take to get this terrible law thrown out. If we allow this implementation to go forth, then it will destroy our military, and there’s no doubt about that. So we’re encouraging Pennsylvanians to contact Congressman Bill Shuster and Congressman Mark Critz and ask them to protect our military.”

So, um, Diane, honey?
Equality undermines people?
Treating everyone the same is bad for our national defense?
You need to dig your fugly mug out of the sand and realzie that equality for any oif us is eqaulity for all of us, and only works to make things better.
And seriously, honey, a little blush and some eyeliner would do wonders.

Former Australian High Court judge Michael Kirby, on how he wants marriage equality, but would probably never take advantage of it with his partner John van Vloten:

“After all our engagement has gone on for 42 years so it’s getting a bit late in the day. But it ought to be there for those who want it. Religion should butt out of this. This is a matter of the civil rights of fellow citizens and it’s really not acceptable to deprive fellow citizens on the grounds of the religious views of some.”

Nicely put, but it’s never too late to tell your friends and neighbors, and countrymen, and the world, of your love for your partner, and your commitment to your partner, and your desire to be seen as a legally wed couple, no matter how many years are under your belts, like everyone else.

American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer, proving again why his little group is listed as a hate group:

“Welfare has destroyed the African-American family by telling young black women that husbands and fathers are unnecessary and obsolete. Welfare has subsidized illegitimacy by offering financial rewards to women who have more children out of wedlock. We have incentivized fornication rather than marriage, and it’s no wonder we are now awash in the disastrous social consequences of people who rut like rabbits.”

Wow, just when you thought he was rabidly anti-gay, you find out he’s a big old sheet-wearing-cross-burning-job-denying-stereotyping racist.

Virginia wingnut Governor Bob McDonnell, on opposing a proposed regulation to ban discrimination against adoptive gay parents:

“I don’t think we ought to force Catholic Charities to make that part of their policy or other similar situated groups. Many of our adoption agencies are faith-based groups that ought to be able to establish what their own policies are. Current regulations that say you can’t discriminate on the basis of race, color or national origin I think are proper. I think previous efforts to expand that to a number of other classes are going to have very strict scrutiny to make sure that we don’t inhibit the very fine work some faith-based organizations are doing.”

Yes, let’s keep the kids in foster care and in orphanages instead of allowing them to be placed in the homes of people, who just happen to be gay, who want to raise a child, and nurture a child, and love a child.
That would be horrific, and so un-“christ”-like.

Bob Smith, comedian and author, on Facebook:

“Read that Arizona Gov. Brewer wants to tax obese people because they cost more for health care. If the Republicans take this national, then Rush Limbaugh, Gov. Christie, Haley Barbour, Roger.Ailes, (head of Fox News) and Huckabee’s sons could pay off the national debt. These guys aren’t right-wing, they’re right Buffalo wing dipped in blue-cheese dressing.”

Too bad Brewer doesn’t want ignorant racist delusional fucks to pay higher taxes, because she could pay off the debt all by her lonesome.
Still, “right Buffalo wing dipped in blue-cheese dressing” is high-larious.

Bill Maher, on how the Democrats should get tougher:

“Republicans don’t run from unpopular stances and they stand by their convictions. Stupid, ignorant, world-destroying convictions based on disproven economic fantasies, and ancient books filled with primitive morality and magic people, but convictions nonetheless.”

Maher’s right.
The Republicans keep saying the most hateful, and wrong things over and over again and then people start to believe them–well, at least irrational people.
Prime example: Michelle Bachmann, who wouldn’t know the truth if it knocked her in the head and straightened out her crazy eyes.
The Dems need to get tough, and stay tough, and stand up, and fight.
And the GOP will implode on their own inconsistencies.

Teabagger wingnut, and complete moron, Louie Gohmert, a Republican from Texas, on how the US action in Libya is actually a false flag operation meant to exhaust the military’s resources so Obama can call up his super-secret army as authorized in the health care reform bill:

“It’s a bad bill. And then when you find out that the prior Congress not only passed that 2,800 page bill with all kinds of things in it, including a new president’s commissioned officer corps and non-commissioned officer corps. Do we really need that? I wondered when I read that in the bill. But then when you find out we’re being sent to Libya to use our treasure and American lives there, maybe there’s intention to so deplete the military that we’re going to need that presidential reserve officer commissioned corps and non-commissioned corps that the president can call up on a moment’s notice involuntarily, according to the Obamacare bill.”

Point proven.
The GOP, and it’s Hounddogs From Hell, making completely fabricated statements as though they were the gospel.
And we all know how members of the GOP follow the tenets of the gospel.
See, the Ready Reserves Corps of medical personnel created in the health care reform bill, are meant to serve in national emergencies, like, say, Katrina, but Gohmert and his ick, er, ilk, say they will actually be an army of Obama’s private henchmen.
Gohmert also fails to mention that the concept of the Ready Reserves Corps was first put forward by the Bush administration after 9/11. He also fails to mention that he makes these claims from the podium of an empty House chamber.
Yes, no one was listening, and no one has the chance to call him on his asshattery.

Crazy Eyes, Michele Bachmann, who selectively forgets that these tough economic times started under the Bush regime, the regime that started an illegal war for oil, based on lies and fear:

“I think that the agenda that we have seen – we know that sixty-three percent of all households have seen a major decline in their personal wealth, a decline in their personal income, and an increase in their debt level. That’s all attributable directly to Barack Obama’s principles. I don’t think it’s by accident we’re seeing people struggling and we’re seeing redistribution of wealth. I think Barack Obama is getting exactly the outcome that he hoped for. All of us, I think are perhaps giving the President too much credit thinking, well, he probably just doesn’t understand that liberalism actually makes people poorer. I actually think that this is what the President wants. I believe that he wants to see redistribution of wealth because if you ever notice, the President seems to be angry and irritable and sarcastic about people who have succeeded in the United States and job creators. Those seem to be the two sectors that he most wants to punish.”

There are no words.
Bachmann will make this her new mantra no matter how many times she’s proven wrong.
She’s either a crafty little liar, or a completely delusional asshat.
I think it’s both.

Donald Trump, on why he’s opposed to marriage equality, and how he thinks Obama will come out in favor of it: 

“I just don’t feel good about it. I don’t feel right about it. I’m against it. And I take a lot of heat because I come from New York…I’m opposed to gay marriage…We have other problems in this country. I don’t think a president should be elected on gay marriage or not gay marriage…Based on everything I see, I think Obama is going to come out in favor of gay marriage.”

Using his money and his ample hair, to pander to the lowest common denominator.
He “just doesn’t feel good” about marriage equality.
But he’s felt good enough about traditional marriage to have done it three times.

Montana GOP Representative, and bar owner, Alan Hale, speaking out against a bill that would stiffen the state’s DUI laws: 

“These DUI laws are not doing our small businesses in our state any good at all. They are destroying them. They are destroying a way of life that has been in Montana for years and years. These taverns and bars in these smaller communities connect people together. They are the center of the communities. I’ll guarantee you there’s only two ways to get there: either you hitchhike, or you drive, and I promise you they’re not going to hitchhike.”

Ladies and gentle-ladies, I give you the future of the GOP.
Blind to facts.
Deaf to reason and logic.
But most of all, Dumb.

Donald Trump, again, riding the Birther Train:

“A lot of the so called birthers, these are great people, these are really great American people. These are hard working, unbelievable, salt of the earth people. I’m proud to be, I mean I’m very proud of it. I don’t like the term ‘birther.’ I think it is a demeaning term to the people that believe that he should have a birth certificate, that some people believe he was not born in this country. And when people ask me that question I just can’t be sure because nobody knows. I have a birth certificate. People have birth certificates. He doesn’t have a birth certificate. He may have one but there is something on that birth certificate — maybe religion, maybe it says he’s a Muslim, I don’t know. Maybe he doesn’t want that. Or, he may not have one.”

It’s demeaning to call them birthers, but it isn’t demeaning to question a president, for the first time in history–and oddly enough the first Black president–about his birth certificate.
It’s racism, Trump, and you’rte pandering to it.


Filed under Alan Hale, Bill Maher, Bob McDonnell, Bob Smith, Bryan Fischer, Dan Savage, Diane Gramley, Donald Trump, Glenn Beck, Louie Gohmert, Maggie Gallagher, Michael Kirby, Michele Bachmann

>I Didn’t Say It……..

>Julian Bond, on marriage equality, the Black community, and Maryland:

“Standing for the freedom to marry is about supporting all families, but I would be remiss without highlighting the impact that this inequality has on black same-sex couples, who statistically are already economically disadvantaged compared to their straight sisters and brothers. In comparison to black opposite-sex couples and white same-sex couples, black same-sex couples are more likely to parent children and earn a lower annual income. The lack of marriage rights negatively affects black same-sex couples because they are also more likely to work in the public sector, relying on health insurance that is often only afforded to married couples. Furthermore, I firmly believe that marriage strengthens communities. Allowing more couples the opportunity to marry will strengthen the communities — and families — that most need it.
I served for 20 years in the Georgia State House and Senate; I recall difficult decisions my colleagues and I had to make, often torn between conscience and public opinion. I hope the General Assembly will stand for what’s right and bring the freedom to marry to Maryland.”

Pay attention people.
This is what common sense sounds like.
This is what progress sounds like.
This is what equality sounds like.

Lady Gaga, on target about Target:

“That discussion was one of the most intense conversations I’ve ever had in a business meeting. Part of my deal with Target is that they have to start affiliating themselves with LGBT charity groups and begin to reform and make amends for the mistakes they’ve made in the past … our relationship is hinged upon their reform in the company to support the gay community and to redeem the mistakes they’ve made supporting those [antigay] groups.”

I’m glad Gaga is working with Target, but I am not so optimistic that Target will change it’s ways.
Target is about profit and the bottom line.
And they’ve pledged to work with the LGBT community before, and then opted to stop that altogtehr.
If I buy Gaga’s music, it won’t be at Target.

Dan Savage, on Rick Santorum and his outrage over Dan’s Santorum website:

“You have to love how Santorum is out there mewling about being the victim here and about civility—this from the man who compared people in stable, loving same-sex relationships to dog fuckers and kiddie rapists, this from a man who would make gay and straight sodomy illegal, ban gay marriage and any other protections for same-sex couples, and prevent loving same-sex couples from adopting children who need homes. This from a man who would literally destroy my family if it were within in his power to do so….There has been no effort to strip Rick Santorum of his civil rights, no moves to nullify his marriage, no one has suggested that his children be taken out of his home, no one is trying to prevent him from having more children. No one has compared Rick Santorum to a dog fucker or a pedophile. Compared to Rick Santorum, my readers and I have been models of decorum and restraint. And don’t think you’re fooling us, Rick. Now that you’re running for president—eight years after we redefined ‘santorum’ — you’re whining to attract a little attention to your campaign and because your advisors think that maybe you’ll get a little traction playing the pansy-assed victim card, à la Sarah Palin, and rake in a few bucks. Oh, look at all that mean gay dude—one of the guys I want to oppress—he’s picking on meeeeeeeeeee!”

I could add my two cents, but Dan don’t need no help.

Democratic Representaive Jackie Speier’s emotional and personal rebuttal during a debate, and GOP asshat Chris Smith, who read aloud graphic descriptions of abortion only moments before:

“I really planned to speak about something else. But the gentleman from New Jersey just put my stomach in knots. Because I’m one of those women he spoke about just now. I had a procedure at 17 weeks pregnant with a child who moved from the vagina into the cervix. And that procedure that you just described is a procedure that I endured. I lost a baby. And for you to stand on this floor and suggest that somehow this is a procedure that is either welcomed or done cavalierly or done without any thought, is preposterous.”

I’ve said it before, and will say it again: If you don’t beleieve in abortion, don’t have one.
And, to that, I will add, If men were the ones who got pregnant and gave birth, abortion would have been legalized in teh Constitutuion.
This is just another way for men to exert control over women.

Wyoming Republican–Yes, Republican–state senator Cale Case, who proposed a $200,000 appropriation for road signs that would alert visitors from out-of-state: “Warning: your marriage or civil union may be void or voidable in Wyoming. Proceed with extreme caution” on Wyoming’s string of anti-LGBT measures:

“We should kill this bill. We should kill it right now. We should kill it because it’s not very well thought out. It has enormous practical implications….What about the millions of people that visit Wyoming? That just come for vacation. We’re so proud of our visitors, now we’re going to say all of you visitors who happen to be from another state, when you come across the border, you’re magically not together any more. ‘Poof.’ It’s gone. Don’t get into a car wreck. If you’re in a hospital and you’re dying, and your partner is with you, we’re going to have to call your mother because that’s the nearest relative that we’re going to recognize under Wyoming (law) to make decisions about your life….Gays and lesbians live and work among us. They’re also soldiers in the military. They’ve been here and talked about their service in Iraq and…now you’re going to deny them the benefits (of marriage of civil unions).”

Oh wow!
A Republican standing up for the LGBT community?
And in Wyoming, no less?
Stand tall Congressman Case. You’re on the right side.

Maggie Gallagher, on Marriage Equality in Maryland, and thie idea that NOM is “going to win there, one way or another”:

“To me, it’s amazing, given the array of forces pushing for gay marriage and the weak response of most conservative politicians, that the American people have stubbornly dug in their heels on this question: Are two men in a union a marriage? The answer is ‘no,’ and people really do know it. Marriage is the union of husband and wife — for a reason. Creating a world where people are treated like haters or bigots for standing for marriage is irrational, and people know that, too. An America in which Genesis is akin to racism is an America that will be unrecognizable. Ideas have consequences, and this idea cuts us off from our roots and makes the future much harder.”

Oh Maggie, you douchebag.
Look at a poll, and i don’t mean the rusty pole you keep in your bedroom for, um, your amusement.
The tide is changing.
More and more people are accepting of marriage equality, until you spin your pedophile/bestialty line of bull shiz.
Your days of being anything more than a sad clown are just about up, and then what, ot who, will you go after?

Playgirl’s Daniel Nardicio, on Nick Gruber, the 21-year-old lover of Calvin Klein:

“I had contacted him a long time ago about posing in Playgirl, before he was outed as a porn star. I kept trying to meet up with him and he kept blowing me off, with monosyllabic texts, yet he said he’d do Playgirl as long as he got the cover. Finally, in frustration I texted him to forget it, and he came back with ‘You only want me because of my fame, so you can go fuck yourself.’ To that I told him that in three years when Klein tired of blowing him, he’d be just another bottle blond looking for work, so he should be more respectful of people trying to give him work.”

Hey Playgirl.
We all know your models are mostly gay porn stars, so quite trying to market yourself as entertainment for women,
The men in your magazine only want women to do their hair.

Porn actor and Calvin’s lov-ah, Nick Gruber, on Playgirl editor Daniel Nardicio:

“You only want me because of my fame, so you can go fuck yourself. Calvin [Klein] is my partner — you don’t understand because you don’t have that. I am famous now, and people want me for my fame, and you should be careful ’cause of the people I know and what they could do to you.”

Hmm, porn star threats?
Is he gonna have someone ‘blow’ Nardicio away?
Fluff him to death?
Seriously, this little man’s fifteen minutes as Calvin’s plaything are almost up, because, I’m pretty sure Calvin is now dreaming of some luscious 18-year-old that he simply must have.

Lady Gaga, on how she spent 72 hours in the egg before the Grammys:

“I was in there for about 72 hours. It was a very creative experience…It was time for me to really prepare and think about the meaning of the song and get prepared for the performance. I really wanted to be born on stage. The creative vessel was helpful for me to stay focused. We had it backstage so that I was able to really stay in this sort of creative, embryonic incubation.”

I’m slowly getting over Gaga.
She tries to make it sound like she lived in the egg for three days before, um, hatching at the Grammy’s, but take a close look at the red carpet egg, and the stage egg.
They are two very different eggs.
Plus, um, is it like an egg condo, because Gaga changed from a black outfit to her incubus dress in there!
Seriously, Gaga, spend more time writing songs and less time promoting yourself.


Filed under Cale Case, Dan Savage, Daniel Nardicio, Jackie Speier, Julian Bond, Lady GaGa, Maggie Gallagher, Nick Gruber

>NOM Is Going On Tour


That’s right!

The NATIONAL Organization for Marriage is getting their tap shoes out of storage and taking their act on the road.

There will be clowns! Brian Brown.
There will be bearded ladies! Maggie Gallagher!

And there will be hate.

NOM is calling their extravaganza the Summer for Marriage Tour 2010, when in reality it’s a chance to spread fear, hate and misinformation around the eastern half of the United States.

I cannot imagine anything more fun than to attend a rally where your main goal is to discriminate against someone.

Reminds me of the old days and the KKK marching through town.
It’s hate.
Simple hate.
And they’re marketing it like a party.


Filed under Anti-LGBT, Brian Brown, Discrimination, Hate, Maggie Gallagher, NOM

>A Tale Of Two Quotes


BP Chairman, Carl-Henric Svanberg, after speaking to President Obama, and creating a $20 billion escrow fund to pay claims to Gulf Coast residents and business owners:
“[President Obama’s] frustrated because he cares about the small people, and we care about the small people. I hear comments that sometimes large oil companies are greedy companies that don’t care. But that is not the case with BP. We care about the small people.”

Guess what, Carl?
I am one of the little people, and I know that all companies like BP care about is money and profit margins. How else do you explain not having the proper resources to prevent such a disaster beforehand, or the proper resources to deal with such a disasters after?
Why, oh, why, don’t the bigwigs at BP learn to shut up?

This just pisses me off ….

….on the other hand……..

….this makes me giggle…..

Maggie Gallagher, speaking from the Prop H8 trial in California:

“Chuck Cooper is a heckuva lawyer. At stake in this case is the future of marriage in all 50 states, and he’s right that this attempt to shut down the debate by constitutionalizing gay marriage will backfire. Americans have a right to vote for marriage. Ted Olson doesn’t seem to understand the argument, and judging from today’s exchanges neither does Judge Walker. I expect Judge Walker will overrule Prop 8. But millions of Americans do understand why marriage is the union of husband and wife and I believe the majority of the Supreme Court will as well.”

The old girl sure sounds defeated, doesn’t she?

Because y’are, Blanche, because y’are!

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>Maggie Goes Bye-Bye


The Lizard Queen is stepping down.

Maggie Gallagher, homophobe, hater, bigot, asshat, wingnut, delusional fool, president and co-founder of the National Organization for Marriage [NOM], has announced that she will be leaving her position as Grand Dragon of the organization. She will be handing it over to that Spawn of Satan, Brian Brown, chief Flying Monkey, and head Goosestepper.

Gallagher, however, will remain on the Executive Committee of the Board of NOM, and will continue to direct the organization’s cultural and strategic projects. Cultural projects? Has Maggie been reduced to bringing the potato salad to the Annual Death To Gays picnic?

Gallagher said: “I’ve never had a desire to run a large political and activist organization. I don’t think it is particularly my gift.”

No, hon, your gift is stepping on equal rights. Your gift is spouting hateful rhetoric. Your gift is living a life so desolate and lonely and full of despair that you want to bring down anyone you can so you can somehow feel superior.

Maggie Gallagher: “I would say this promotion is very little difference in what I do for NOM. It is more informing the rest of the world that Brian is in fact a principal of NOM, and that he has been directing NOM, particular NOM’s political operations.”

I wonder just how long before Brian Brown starts toe-tapping in airport restrooms. How long until a meth-dealer-slash-escort releases details of their dates.

With the Grand Dragon gone, the boys will play.


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