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It Gets Better

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It’s been a long time since I posted, but sometimes something in the media draws you in and compels you to comment.  This is one of those times for me.   I am posting with a message of hope.  There’s been some disturbing news about young people lately and as a role model I want you to know that it gets better.

A lot of celebrities have been reaching out to gay youth to let them know that their better days are ahead.   I don’t think there’s anything that I can say that Tim Gunn, Kathy Griffin, or Sarah Silverman haven’t said.  Instead I want to talk to those teens and young adults who have felt it necessary to attack their classmates.  Right now you’re in a lot of trouble at school probably and people are publicly scorning you because you’ve attacked somebody just because they’re different from you, but I want you to know–it gets better.

About 11% Americans identify themselves as belonging to the tea party.  That’s about 1 out of 9.  Even if you’re in a really liberal state like Massachusetts or California, there are probably a bunch of tea party members living right by you.  The point is, you’re not alone.   Join the Young Republicans or go to a tea party.  You can find friends at the National Organization for Marriage website.   You’ll be surprised how much support you’ll find.   It does get better.

As a teen when you haze, or punch, or name call the liberal school system will try to punish you for your intolerance.  As an adult when you work to prevent gay people from getting married, joining the military, or otherwise enjoy the rights of the rest of the population, you’ll be praised for your family values.  Better huh?  Calling a gay kid a fag may get you a detention in school, but David Barton is considered a man of God for pushing that homosexuality be regulated by the government as an unsafe practice.

So hang in there.  Don’t get desperate.  It’ll get easier.  Start cleaning up your image and maybe you can run for congress and then really have some fun.   The future’s ahead of you and it’s great.

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October 7, 2010 at 7:35 pm

Rep. Louis Gohmert and Senate Republicans Take Moral High Ground

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Jack Kimble (R-CA) is still my favorite congressman, but Louis Gohmert (R-TX) has made a strong case for second this week by fighting for this nation’s moral center.   In opposing the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Hate Crimes Act, Gohmert made liberals face the facts they try to avoid–namely that if people stop assaulting homosexuals based on their sexual preference we may as well start legalizing bestiality and necrophilia.   His logic is irrefutable.   If people aren’t allowed to attack people based on race or sexual orientation, then how can we as a country possibly say you can’t have sex with dead people?

Now, some people immediately would label Representative Gohmert a racist simply because he doesn’t think it should be illegal to attack other races based on their skin color, but that is not Louis Gohmert.   Gohmert in his speech pointed out that he once voted for Alan Keyes because he found him “articulate”.  So you see, Gohmert can’t possibly be racist.  What he is instead is a great champion for America’s moral values.  Liberals who oppose him prove themselves to be both Unamerican and Unchristian.

In other news, 30 Senate Republicans stood up to Minnesota Senator and left wing loon Al Franken who jammed an amendment to a defense bill through the Senate to deny company’s government funding if they refused to allowed employees who were raped to seek justice in court.  It seems everybody from terrorists on down wants access to our bleeding heart judges.   The amendment was inspired by Jamie Leigh Jones who while working in the Green Zone in Iraq was gang raped by her fellow Haliburton employees, locked in a shipping container, denied access to communication with the outside world, and told she would lose her job if she left Iraq or sought medical attention.  When she returned to the states she was unable to press charges because she had signed a contract with Haliburton subsidiary KBR that forbid her from taking sexual assault charges to court.

What liberals forget is that our country’s defense contractors need a chance to blow off steam when they’re so far from home.  Evidently, Mr. Franken would rather all the employees go sip some lemonade and watch DVDs of his Stuart Smalley movie when their off duty.   It was great to see 30 Senate Republicans standing tall for the rights of our fighting men and women to blow off some steam, well maybe not our fighting women so much, but there aren’t a lot of women over there anyway.  This is exactly what so many tea baggers were talking about when they pleaded for a return to the values that built this country.  If you would like to write any of these 30 Republican Senators and thank them for standing up for our brave fighting men, here is a list:

Alexander (R-TN) Barrasso (R-WY) Bond (R-MO) Brownback (R-KS) Bunning (R-KY) Burr (R-NC) Chambliss (R-GA) Coburn (R-OK) Cochran (R-MS) Corker (R-TN) Cornyn (R-TX) Crapo (R-ID) DeMint (R-SC) Ensign (R-NV) Enzi (R-WY) Graham (R-SC) Gregg (R-NH) Inhofe (R-OK) Isakson (R-GA) Johanns (R-NE) Kyl (R-AZ) McCain (R-AZ) McConnell (R-KY) Risch (R-ID) Roberts (R-KS) Sessions (R-AL) Shelby (R-AL) Thune (R-SD) Vitter (R-LA) Wicker (R-MS)

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October 8, 2009 at 8:52 pm

Field of Queens Part II

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I hate to be an I told you so, but I warned this would happen.   A recent Des Moines Register poll concluded that 8% of Iowans have had their lives dramatically and irrevocably altered by the state’s legalization of gay marriage.

As Iowa becomes a homosexual paradise, it will only be a short period of time until dance clubs begin to open from Des Moines to Cedar Rapids and Prada replaces flannel in the local malls.  The only piece of good news that I saw was that even though only 4% of Iowans said that gay marriage had a negative impact on their lives, 35% of the state strongly opposes gay marriage.   It’s nice to see that the moral members of the state aren’t going to let the lack of impact on their own lives to voice their strong opposition to gay marriage.

As others have pointed out, gay marriage is a slippery slope that will inevitably lead to legalized child molestation, people marrying furniture, and Anglicans.   I urge the state to come to their senses and stand against this abomination despite the fact that for 92% of you, it in no way has any impact whatsoever on your life.

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September 21, 2009 at 8:13 pm