New rule: People of Walmart and Anderson Cooper 360… and never the two shall meet.
People ask me what the worst part about living in America is.
I’d have to say it’s because there are entirely too many people like this woman walking around.
If Christians are all about love, then why do so many of them want to put people who have done them no harm “behind an electric fence”?
They don’t mention the part where this would inevitably involve some sort of mass murder. Cooper does mention the Holocaust in passing, but not that the Nazis rounded up and killed over 50,000 people for being gay.
The interesting part, in the case of the Nazis, was that there were many gay members of the S.A. Hitler sort of looked the other way as they put him in power, and then he had them all killed too when they were no longer useful to him. If there is anything like this in American politics today, it would be the collaborators calling themselves “Log Cabin Republicans”. Rich gay people who are so worried about their tax bill going up 2% that they’re willing to form a coalition with people who would like nothing more than to have them all killed. It’s sad that Republicans get any of the LGBT vote at all. Anyone who does this is a traitor.
If you think I’m being too harsh, then compare a “Log Cabin Republican” to a black person who voted for Jim Crow laws. Same thing. We should really have an obligation of conscience to close ranks and defend against politicians who will suppress us and deny us our civil rights.
OK, you can invoke Godwin’s Law now. I talked about the Nazis. It’s very unlikely that even a Republican majority government would march us all off to the gas chambers. We survived years of Bush and Republican majorities in Congress without that happening, I know we will survive “Mittens” too if it comes to that. They certainly have constituents that would like to murder us all, but even the Republican Party over all is not that extreme. The Republican Party does, however, advocate suppression, repression, and is regressive in their stance on human rights. It is frightening that so much of Mittens’ policies are being driven by tea fascists….
Richard Stallman is supporting Jill Stein of the Green Party. I like Jill Stein and I think she’d make a good president, but she can’t win, so you shouldn’t vote for her. We’re going to get Mitt Romney if you do. Keep that in mind…
Young voters: Please get up off your ass. Turn off the XBOX, and spend five minutes in the voting booth.
Occupy protesters: Please get out of your tents and go occupy a voting booth for five minutes.
If we get our asses kicked by the Teabaggers, you have only yourselves to blame.
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