The Kenyan Touched A Gay and He Liked It!

Wingnuttia has a sad, sad freak-out when the Kenyan Usurper gave the terrorist fist bump to a heathen-sexual, and he liked it. Take it away, Austin Chronicle:

On a visit to Franklin Barbecue, the President of the United States of America encountered Daniel Rugg Webb – comedian, artist, musician (and friend of Gay Place), and part-time Franklin employee – and, of course, sparks flew.

“It was just a lucky day to be the register girl,” says Webb.

As the president approached, Webb threw his hand down and slapped the counter dramatically. “Equal rights for gay people!”

“Are you gay?” the president asked.

“Only when I have sex.”

“That’s when he laughed and said, ‘Bump me,’” Webb says.

Which was eeeeeeeeeeenough to set the mouth-breathing paste-eaters over at the Internet’s most intellectually dishonest rest stop, the National Review Online, heads’splode:

This man holds the same office once held by George Washington…. Why am I crying???

I believe this may be the behavior that psychiatrists call grooming.

You know, I think this may actually be the end. I’m genuinely not sure the office of president can be cheapened any more than this.

Why is that comment by the cashier funny?

“Are you gay?” President Obama asked, which apparently is a perfectly
acceptable, not weird thing to ask that doesn’t involve making any

Only liberals are allowed to ask such a question, because their hearts are true.

Here’s Your Cheese Sandwich With a Side of Stupid

“Here’s the thing, [California] needs to get out of the marriage business because here’s what we can expect. There’s no way that the state of California can deny a marriage license to four spouses now, eight spouses.”

“Or, I would say, three human spouses and the canine they absolutely love because if love is the foundation of marriage, they can love their dog, too.”

–Fox News resident psychological consultant (who may or may not be certified (!) and licensed to practice), Keith Ablow

Update: MS We Don’t Serve Your Kind Law

Good Christians

Anyway, while we were all wailing and gnashing our teeth about Hobby Lobby (and rightly so), Mississippi’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act (the We Don’t Serve Your Kind law) went into effect.

And meanwhile, the “If you’re buying, We’re selling” campaign is getting bigger and better.

Seems like a time to quote Longfellow:

“Whom the gods would destroy, they first make mad.”

…and the Floodgates of Discrimination Open

[The Hobby Lobby] decision is beginning to reverberate: A group of faith leaders is urging the Obama administration to include a religious exemption in a forthcoming LGBT anti-discrimination action. Their call, in a letter sent to the White House Tuesday, attempts to capitalize on the Supreme Court case by arguing that it shows the administration must show more deference to the prerogatives of religion. “We are asking that an extension of protection for one group not come at the expense of faith communities whose religious identity and beliefs motivate them to serve those in need,” the letter states.

The shorter version of which Atrios has posted:

Please continue to give us lots of tax money but God doesn’t want us to hire any gay people so don’t make us do that. Hate the sin and love the sinner and all that, but really hate the sinner too because we can’t possibly be in the same room as those people. And no worries, we’ll have no problem administering social programs with all of that sweet sweet tax money to all people equally, and by all we mean most, and by most we mean some, because have you seen most people? They’re just disgusting.

Just keep sending the checks.

I couldn’t do it any better.

Santorum Is On Everyone’s Lips


So what is ol’ man-on-dawg Frothy going to do, now that he is a blue-collar populist avoiding social issues? NOM’s Brian Brown has the exciting news!

I’m thrilled to announce that my good friend and stalwart marriage, family, and life champion, presidential candidate and former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum will be speaking at this year’s March for Marriage on June 19th.

From his days in the Senate, through his Presidential campaigns, Senator Santorum has never hesitated to stand for marriage and make the argument that the social values of our nation are of primary importance to the well-being of our families and children.

As always, it sounds like as much fun as a sneeze during a piss:

Senator Santorum is a huge addition to our already incredible speaker list that includes Governor Mike Huckabee, Archbishop Salvatore Cordielone, New York State Senator Rev. Rubin Diaz, and the Heritage Foundation’s Jennifer Marshall and Ryan T. Anderson, among many others.

The 2016 Goat Rodeo is looking better and better!

Baking Cakes in Colorado


Colorado’s Civil Rights Commission on Friday ordered a baker to make wedding cakes for same-sex couples, finding his religious objections to the practice did not trump the state’s anti-discrimination statutes.

It seems pretty straight-forward, and the commission that ruled on it was unanimous. However, for Wingnuttia, all is not well:

The “Civil Rights Commission” is a kangaroo court. Their mandate is to find people brought before it guilty of discrimination. That is their raison d’être, and the members of the commission are chosen to prove discrimination is present…

To sum up: Mr. Phillips was hauled before this commission for not serving a wedding cake to a gay couple even though gay marriage is illegal in Colorado. In other words, it is illegal in Colorado to refuse to take part in the extension of an illegal act. Mr. Phillips is being punished and forced to violate his religious tenets despite the fact that one of the Commission’s mandates is to protect people from being discriminated against because of their religion.

Well, actually, the commission’s ruling was that a public business which has to abide by state laws and statutes discriminated against a class of customers. It makes no difference if the cake was a wedding cake or a birthday cake, they refused to sell their goods to a gay couple.

(Yahoo News)