Saturday, July 19, 2014
Friday, July 18, 2014
Bite me you blowhard comb over. The GOP still does not get it. It is so condescending. All these idiots telling me what they will ALLOW. - misscellaneous
Legitimate rape and legitimate case of rape mean exactly the same thing. Any woman who reports being raped, is lying until she proves she was raped to the investigator. - MsPithyI am a rape survivor. This guy and his fellow travelers have been virtually raping me for a number of years now. My tolerance is gone. My rage is colossal.
Legislatures must not practice medicine. Legislatures are full of forced birther cultists like Todd Akin.
Thursday, July 17, 2014
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Monday, July 14, 2014
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Cake has become a metaphor for all the 'things' religious authoritarians want to save me from or for. Feel free to substitute the words 'birth control' or 'abortion' or 'big fat hard cock' for the word 'cake.' Maybe that will help with perspective on this mess.
The impetus for this rant was an article at The Atlantic entitled Is Evangelical Morality Still Acceptable in America?
I do not care if the Evangelical motivation for their political actions is sincere religious objection or bigotry if the result is the same - humiliation, punishment and deprivation for physical or social characteristics a customer cannot change or does not need to change - blackness, gayness, femaleness, muslimness.
When a baker refuses to do business with a person(s) because of perceived gayness, what is the purpose of that action?
Is it to shame/punish the person(s) for being gay? It certainly is not civil religious disobedience, also referred to as conscientious objection.
What is nonviolent civil or religious disobedience? Gandhi's definition is the clearest in my opinion:
"I have also called it love-force or soul-force. . . I discovered in the earliest stages that pursuit of truth did not admit of violence being inflicted on one’s opponent but that he must be weaned from error by patience and compassion. For what appears to be truth to the one may appear to be error to the other. And patience means self-suffering. So the doctrine came to mean vindication of truth, not by infliction of suffering on the opponent, but on oneself." - Mohandas Gandhi.The conscientious objector must take upon him/her self the burden of conscientious objection. Transferring the burden of conscientious objection to the Other is not conscientious objection. It is assault. Which assault the Bible directs the religious to commit. Stone the Gay! If you cannot use a stone because it is 21st century America, use a cake.
Cakes or stones, both are punishments and not religious conscientious objection. Religious Authoritarians do not get to inflict religious punishment anymore on folks in the United States of America. No matter how many times they obfuscate and yell Jesus!
Let us face our history and look it dead in the crusade. Religious zealouts will disembowel you for Jesus while singing Onward Christian Soldiers. And feel real good about it.
"The people of Samaria must bear their guilt, because they have rebelled against their God. They will fall by the sword; their little ones will be dashed to the ground, their pregnant women ripped open." - Hosea 13:16
Sunday, July 13, 2014
Gun control? We need bullet control! I think every bullet should cost 5,000 dollars. Because if a bullet cost five thousand dollar, we wouldn't have any innocent bystanders. - Chris RockI like graphs a lot. Graphs make things clear in a way that words alone cannot. Grok the graphs and weep.
I also like tattoos. I thought this design was subject appropriate. The tattoo design can be seen with other designs by the artist HERE.
In the fierce debate that always follows the latest mass shooting, it's an argument you hear frequently from gun rights promoters: If only more people were armed, there would be a better chance of stopping these terrible events. This has plausibility problems—what are the odds that, say, a moviegoer with a pack of Twizzlers in one pocket and a Glock in the other would be mentally prepared, properly positioned, and skilled enough to take out a body-armored assailant in a smoke- and panic-filled theater? But whether you believe that would happen is ultimately a matter of theory and speculation. Instead, let's look at some facts gathered in a five-month investigation by Mother Jones. See the rest of the article at the link.