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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Crazy Eyes Rides Again

From Right Wing Watch:
During a Wednesday appearance on the conservative radio show “Faith & Liberty,” Rep. Michele Bachmann accused the “gay community” of pushing “deviancy,” “tyranny” and child rape.
The Minnesota Republican warned that the gay community will “abolish age of consent laws, which means we will do away with statutory rape laws so that adults will be able to freely prey on little children sexually. That’s the deviance that we’re seeing embraced in our culture today.”
Gee, she must have a mole within Big Gay Headquarters who's dishing out all of their nefarious schemes for world domination — because, ya know, who doesn't like a little B&D on occasion. Right? I mean, rilly now, her and hubby You-Can-Wash-Away-The-Gay-Marcus are totes tuned in to what's really goin' down. Right? Right!? What? Huh.
A friend snarked, mightily and trenchantly, onward yesterday:
So, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals today overturned Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage. There they go again, those activist judges, legislating from the bench, insisting on dredging up those dubious due process and equal protection clauses. But one woman is having none of it.
One woman is standing firm, the beacon of truth in her upraised arm, the voice of a prophet issuing from her sultry, beckoning, full, firm,fleshy lips, lips that have known strange ... whoops, sorry, always get carried away when that woman is ... Michelle Bachman:
"It may have been multiple women and a man, it may have been something like that, but it was always between men and women.”  
Mmmmmm, multiple women and a man. As for "something like that," well, the imagination runs riot, no? In Rep. Bachman's world, Felliniesque orgies and mad Dionysian romps are a-okay — and I'm certainly not going to argue with her on that — so long as you keep your man-thing away from other men. Sounds reasonable, no?

The most beautiful thing about being Michelle Bachmann — aside from that ample bosom, so cruelly imprisoned behind a plunge-contour underwire bra — is that decisions like the one issued today aren't signs of defeat — they simply confirm the lemming-like descent into moral depravity being led by Harry Reid, the Lord of Misrule, the Sadean  master of unholy revels, a creature whose notion of "something like that" would shock the conscience of a Keith Richards, and further — and rightfully so! — help establish the Congresswoman as a vital leader in The Crusade Against Deviancy. Shine on, my lovely, and call this once great nation, now en-mired in the slough of gay-sex, to repentance!
From Raw Story:
Bachmann announced earlier this year that should would not be running for re-election when her current term in Congress ends. Some have conjectured that the ongoing criminal probe into the actions of her 2012 presidential campaign staff may have contributed to her decision to step down.
 Could it possibly be that Bachmann’s dabbling in the old magician’s trick of psychological misdirection? You know, gin up the masses into a rabid froth of fear, revulsion and prejudice so they’re distracted from her myriad shenanigans:
The Iowa and FBI investigations are centered on secret payments that her campaign made to state Sen. Kent Sorenson in exchange for his support and help in the 2012 Iowa caucuses. The House Ethics Committee is investigating Bachmann’s potential misuse of staff and campaign finances to promote her poorly selling biography Core of Conviction.
 Nah, can’t be — she’s a good Christian woman warrior. Or is she a vilely soulless, corrupt, christianist tool who’s only concerned with her own aggrandizement, lining her pockets with wealth and fucking Christ’s teachings nine ways to Sunday. Or is there a third option? Perhaps she truly believes everything she says and has “right” wing backers who see her shtick as useful for blowing up the uninformed, fact ignoring, fearful squads into frenzied, delirious Corporatist Republican voting mobs.

Possibly I’m being overly generous.

Whatever the case, there’s no way that I’ll ever visit Minnesota’s 6th district — apparently the area’s denizens are all hatters.

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