Delicious LiveJournal Links for 10-25-2008 substitute Uncategorized October 25, 2008 1 Minute Letter from 2012 in Obama’s America Dystopian view of the future after Obama’s election. Alarmist, yet illiterate. "…As a result, pornographic magazines are now openly displayed in gas stations, grocery stores, and newsstands.." (tags: via:positivejeff churchianity christianity usa failure focusonthefamily propaganda gaaaah ha elections politics) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Taggeddelicious gluelinks Published by substitute nope View all posts by substitute Published October 25, 2008
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God damn, every one of those trends sounds great. What a beautiful land of dreams it will be!
A lot of that sounds pretty sweet.
Wow. Maybe I’m reading between the lines here, but do I detect a minor strain of homophobia there?
On the other hand, it seems like they forgot to factor in the effects this new industry of nationalized military reality gay porn will have on the economy. You can’t outsource red-blooded man-on-man action!
Jeff Gannon, where are you now? Your country needs you!
Oh, man BRING ON THE PORN
Yeah, it all sounds great to me. We really do live in different worlds, those people and us.
Why do I even click on this stuff
I couldn’t get past this fragment of partisan enormity:
«This was a blatant example of creating law by the
court, for homosexual “marriage” was mentioned nowhere in
the Constitution, nor would any of the authors have imagined
that same-sex “marriage” could be derived from their words.»
Wow! The Constitution didn’t mention gay marriage? That’s pretty damning!
We’re a country of laws, damn it, and if it’s not in the Constitution, then
it’s not legal, by golly!
Oh wait, it doesn’t mention marriage at all. Boo! I thought our forefathers
thought of everything in that outsized, one-page document.
Hey, women aren’t mentioned in it either. Does that mean women shouldn’t
vote? Same goes for Alaska, Texas and California.
Wait, I’ve got it. Marriage is probably defined in the amendments. Right? No and No.
Without debating the complexities of whether the court can make laws (legal
precedents are pretty law-like), I find that I need not finish reading that
product of fear, uncertainty and doubt. I won’t listen to arguments of made-up
facts — unless they’re about B5, Hobbits or Cyclons.
Re: Why do I even click on this stuff
BREAKING NEWS: The Bible did not mention washing machines, Blackberries, or clean underwear.
i for one welcome our fabulous new overlords, and look forward to serving them as we transform into the great nation of gaylandia.
man oh man, when i was a kid, i figured out that the obsession with homos totally made people in my church pitch angry angry tents in their pants. not much has changed in the intervening 25 years.
pitch angry angry tents! hahahahaha
Wait. You mean in the USA you don’t already sell porn in gas stations and news stands?
We do where I live. Probably not in Imaginary 1908 Tennessee where these people do.
in imaginary 1908 tennessee, pellagra is entertainment enough for anybody! well, that and spitting at the nigras.
Man. I thought TRUE Christians would find the disbanding of the Boy Scouts to be beneficial because the Royal Rangers could finally take their rightful place.
They neglected to mention the Girl Scouts.
Oh! And where is the mention of how the government will unlawfully imprison, torture, wiretap, fuck with other countries for the gain of old white men?