Tuesday, November 18, 2008


"I think there is a gay and secular fascism in this country that wants to impose its will on the rest of us, is prepared to use violence, to use harassment. I think it is prepared to use the government if it can get control of it. I think that it is a very dangerous threat to anybody who believes in traditional religion," - Newt Gingrinch.

Thanks to Newt, I'm finally going to get that GDM (Gay Defense Mechanism) installed at our house.  I want to make sure the Gay Menace doesn't sneak in and......style my hair?

I grew up with Ronald Reagan as the President. I believe in small government, fiscal responsibility, individualism, and the strictest forms of rights to privacy. There is no one, and nothing, left in the Republican party that represents any of these things. There are a group of disreputable, dishonest, bigoted, willfully ignorant, and evil (yes, evil) grumpy old white men (and moose-hunting moronic women that the old white men like to ogle) that now parade around under the Republican Party name.

If you want to "defend marriage" as we know it, great.  You know what cheapens and degrades marriages?  Alcohol. Drugs. Abuse. Adultery. Dis-honoring your vows. Taking your spouse for granted. Treating your spouse like a servant.

For the record, here is Newt Gingrich's personal history of "defending marriage"
- In 1962, at the age of 19, he married Jackie Battley, his former high school geometry teacher, who was 26 at the time
- Gingrich divorces Battley in 1980
- In 1981, six months after his divorce, Gingrich married Marianne Ginther
- Gingrich divorces Ginther in 2000
- Shortly after, Gingrich marries Callista Bisek, with whom he was having an affair during his marriage to Ginther

It may be worth pointing out to this colossal prick that "traditional religion" has generally forbid divorce, and punished adultery by death.  So how about this.  The day that Newt Gingrich, out of despair over his violations of the sanctity of marriage, commits suicide by hanging himself with barbed wire by the scrotum, I'll consider him a valid spokesman for the values of marriage.

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