Dudly Do-Right Always Gets His Man

kleenexPeter LaBarbera, the man who thinks about hot, sweaty man-on-man sex with thighs like pistons that can pump all night, was arrested in Canada in the University of Regina (and if you know how that word is pronounced I dare you not to giggle):

LaBarbera and fellow activist Bill Whatcott were escorted off university property and charged with mischief Monday afternoon.

The university learned the men were on the property around 12:30 p.m., and they were asked to leave the campus several times.

LaBarbera and Whatcott were displaying materials the university described as “graphic” and against the institution’s policy.

LaBarbera has left Canada and returned to the states to discuss the “Gay Thought Police in Canada and their American defenders” on Janet Medford’s hate radio show.

So, let’s get this right. LaBarbera crosses the border, deliberately creates an incident at a Canadian university [displaying graphic materials against University policy] to provoke being arrested, gets arrested, and then returns to the USA to complain about thought police in other lands?

(CTV News)

How’s that rebranding workin’ out, Reince? (Part infinity)

Flying Elephant

Yup. There is a GOP campaign PAC called Boats and Hoes, but not to worry, Ladies, it is being dissolved. And yes, it has ties to Greg Abbott who is running against Wendy Davis to replace theocrat secessionist nitwit Rick Perry as the governor of Texastan.

So once again we ask Reince Priebus: How’s that rebranding thingie working out for ya?


The Morning Quote

“The top 1 percent are funding 30 percent of the government! So, rather than the poor, the low income and the middle class being resentful of these people, they should be kissing the ground on which they walk!”

Rev. Fishsticks telling us to worship the plutocrats, which seems like an odd message from a fetus-fondling god-botherer like Fischer.

Happy Hour News Briefs

News that will drive you to drink

Free-range conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck is adding ‘prophet’ into his long list of attributes.

  • Shark jumping in our time - Dr. Greg Brannon, a candidate for the GOP Senate nomination in the officially now crazy state of North Carolina, says that U.S. property taxes are central planning, and notes that the Holocaust and Soviet Union as other examples of central planning. 0-to-Godwin’s law in under 60 seconds, so that’s a land-speed record. (BuzzFeed)
  • Speakers Announced - Crazee-eyed Minnesota Congresswoman and the pride of Oral Roberts University, One-L has been confirmed as the 2014 commencement speaker, because: why not? Bachmann-the-Nut will be speaking in tongues in front of more than 700 ORU graduates, who should immediately demand their tuition back. (Oral Roberts University)
  • Straight to Video - Actually, straight-to-video would be a step up for Echo Light Studios, so Xristian Xrazie hypocrite Frothy Santorum (motto: Google Me) has hit upon the best way to distribute his plodding, unwatchable scolds (The Christmas Candle grossed only $2 million over seven weeks last winter): Straight-to-Church. (Christian Post)

The “We Don’t Serve Your Kind” Law, redux

(Vos Iz Neias) The Xristian Xrazie posse who are so proud to discriminate that they didn’t want to be ID’d. Heh.

Towle Road found out who the people are who posed for the Photo-op at the signing of the We Don’t Serve Your Kind law. From left to right (back row first):

  • - Jameson Taylor: a supervisor of policy research at the “pro-family” (ie. anti-gay) Mississippi Center for Public Policy who haspersonally written about how “the homosexual lifestyle” will erode “free exercise of religion.”
  • - Joey Hood: a Mississippi state representative who voted for the anti-gay bill.
  • - Reverend David Tipton Jr.: the superintendent of the Mississippi District of the United Pentecostal Church who signed a letter to the state governor saying that opponents of the bill were “out-of-state, anti-religious special interest groups.” Y’know, like the ACLU.
  • - Tony Perkins: the perennial hate-monger who heads the SPLC-designated hate group The Family Research Council and who has past ties to the KKK.
  • - Andy Gipson: a Mississippi state representative who believes gays spread AIDS and should be put to death.
  • - Delbert Hosemann: Mississippi’s secretary of state who supported a “personhood amendment” that would have categorized unborn fetuses as “a living person” and any women who abort or miscarry as murderers.
  • - Ron Matis: a political liaison with the Mississippi District United Pentecostal Church who signed onto a letter written by the anti-gay hate group The Family Research Council that lamented the “comprehensive agenda” of “the pro-homosexual activists.”
  • - Phillip Gandy: a Mississippi state senator who authored the anti-gay bill and called opposition to the bill (and to Chick Fil-A) intolerant.
  • - Mark Formby: a Mississippi state representative who also sponsored a ban against the enforcement of federal gun laws and to allow students to lead prayers in public schools.
  • - Jimmy Porter: the executive director of the lobbying arm of Mississippi’s Southern Baptist convention who threatened to retaliate against any Republican legislators who dared vote against the “license to discriminate” bill.
  • - Rob Chambers: an employee of the Christian Action Commission which told pastors “to urge worshippers at Sunday service to put pressure on their legislators to pass the anti-gay bill.”
  • - Phil Bryant: the Mississippi state governor who signed the bill into law.

Mock, Paper, Scissors has so few readers in Mississippi, I’m not sure if this is doing any good, but if you are from Mississippi and would like to let these people know your thoughts on their deeds, you can now put names to the faces.

“Your father’s a drunk, and your mother’s a slut, but I like you”

titanic sinking

(I don’t think that the subject of this story knows that we can hear him… — Tengrain)

Marionville’s new mayor Dan Clevenger says that he came to know Frazier Glenn Miller—who was charged Tuesday with three counts of murder in the deaths of a 14-year-old boy, his grandfather, and another woman at a Kansas City-area Jewish Community Center—12 years ago as a customer at his auto repair shop.

“I considered him a friend, and everyone is entitled to freedom of speech and I didn’t keep him away because he was a customer,” Clevenger said. “I can just ignore things that people say.”

OK, fair enough.

He said Miller — whose self-published memoir, “A White Man Speaks Out,” sits on the town library’s shelf — was honest and respectful of others, particularly older people.

“As long as they were the same color as him,” Clevenger said, laughing.

Uh-oh. I’m hearing alarm bells go off.

“Kind of agreed with him on some things but, I don’t like to express that too much,” said Clevenger.


He has expressed his agreement with Miller before, such as a letter to the editor of the Aurora Advertiser he wrote about 10 years ago.

“I am a friend of Frazier Miller helping to spread his warnings,” wrote Clevenger. “The Jew-run medical industry has succeeded in destroying the United State’s workforce.”

He claimed Americans had “made a few Jews rich by killin’ us off” and complained the “Jew-run government backed banking industry turned the U.S into the world’s largest debtor nation.”


OK, but that was 10 years ago, people change. What’s he saying now?

Despite his claims to the contrary, Clevenger’s views haven’t changed much since then.

“There some things that are going on in this country that are destroying us,” he said. “We’ve got a false economy and it’s, some of those corporations are run by Jews because the names are there. The fact that the Federal Reserve prints up phony money and freely hands it out, I think that’s completely wrong. The people that run the Federal Reserve, they’re Jewish.”


But the mayor insisted he doesn’t hate anyone and deplores violence.

All hands were lost. *Plays Taps*

(Raw Story)

Saddle-up Another Goat!

Spanking just liked dear old dad

Oh, this will be good. I was wondering who would fill ol’ One-L’s seat in the 2016 Goat Rodeo:

Rep. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.), fresh off a barn-burner of a speech in New Hampshire this weekend, is also the latest Republican who’s name is being floated as a contender for the top of the GOP ticket in 2016 – whether she likes it or not.

So what makes her the Bachmann-the-Nut candidate? She argued that GOP senators had blocked the Paycheck Fairness Act because it was it was going to be helpful for trial lawyers. She voted against the Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act, and against the Paycheck Fairness Act, and against reauthorizing the Violence Against Women Act (this one is especially good because she said it would “protect ‘different groups’ such as Native American women and LGBT Americans from domestic violence alongside straight, white women”), and I think it is fair to say that she’s as anti-woman as the rest of the GOP.

Oh, but wait! Blackburn has a sound-bite on that:

“I find this war on women rhetoric almost silly,” Blackburn insisted. “It is Republicans that have led the fight for women’s equality. Go back through history! And look at who was the first woman to vote, to get elected to office, to go to Congress, four out of five governors.”

Well, I guess you do have to go back in history to find much support for equality from the GOP because: what have you done for me lately, as Janet Jackson used to sing. The Wire fact-checks this statement, which is sort of interesting for unveiling Blackburn’s thinking or dissembling and rationalizing.


Let’s not give them ideas…


Following its significant gains in last month’s local elections, the French Front National leader, Marine Le Pen, swiftly announced that school cafeterias would no longer serve non-pork substitution meals to children living in towns won by FN candidates. Targeting Muslims for another ritual round of public humiliation, while also excluding Jewish children, Le Pen declared: “There is no reason for religion to enter the public sphere.”

Of course, the Xristian Xrazies would take offense at the last line while loving the proposal. I can already hear Sean InSannity braying on and on.

(The Guardian)