A bit too SEO-friendly

Apparently there’s a number of Grimace fetishists out there, as this post from July 2008 is, according to the WordPress widget, among my most popular.

grimace was a dominant top

Thank God for the brave culture warriors leading the boycott of McDonald’s, which has aggressively promoted the gay agenda for more than a generation.

Certainly I wasn’t the only one who noticed the absence of females from McDonaldland. Ronald McDonald? More like Ronald McDandy. Grimace was an obvious phallic symbol (swollen penis, perhaps)? And what about Mayor McCheese’s oversized head? These sodomites aren’t subtle when it comes to recruiting your children.

“WOW!! Terrorism = Homosexuals = McDonalds What’s next McDonalds? Beastiality?” (via the Boycott McDonald’s site)

The anti-gay agenda

Funny hearing wingnut zealots like Bryan Fischer excoriate radical Islamists then echo their beliefs.

Speaking at the Value Voters summit, bin Fischer said:

[T]he homosexual agenda represents the greatest immediate threat to every freedom and right that is enshrined in the First Amendment, it’s a particularly threat to religious liberty…. We need a president who understands that every advance of the homosexual agenda comes at the expense of religious liberty. We need a president who understands that we must choose as a nation between homosexuality and liberty, because we cannot have both. A president who understands that we must choose between homosexuality and liberty, and who will choose liberty every time.

Metro Atlanta students saved from presidential brainwashing

“You guys are growing up faster and interacting with the wider world in a way that old folks like me didn’t have to,” Obama said. “So today, I don’t want to be another adult who stands up to lecture you like you’re just kids. Because you’re not just kids. You’re this country’s future. Whether we fall behind or race ahead in the coming years is up to you. And I want to talk to you about meeting that responsibility. It starts with being the best student you can be.”

That may sound innocent but if you read between the lines the message is clear. Being the best student you can be is obviously a dig at prominent Republicans like George W. Bush and Rick Perry, who were anything but. Fortunately, parents in Fulton and Gwinnett counties were given the option of pulling their children from class during Obama’s speech, rescuing them from the elitist propaganda disguised as a pro-education pep talk.

Nice try, Comrade Obama.

Birthers never die

Arizona’s asshole “Sheriff Joe” has, at the behest of tea party activists, formed a volunteer posse “to investigate whether the purported Hawaiian birth certificate Obama released to the public on April 27 is a forgery.”

Meanwhile, the birther movement has attracted some real starpower.

WND
Pat Boone calls Obama’s birth certificate ‘a fraud’ Breaking News
‘He’s spending millions of dollars so that we do not have his records’
–WND

A dangerous woman

There’s no debating Michele Bachmann is an extremist. The fact that she toned down her act in Monday’s GOP debate makes her even more of a threat.

Her anti-gay platform has alienated parts of her family. A mentor she described as a “great influence” has a history of addresses to white supremacists. A book she collaborated on advocates theocracy.

This anecdote speaks volumes.

In her BC (Before Congress) incarnation, perhaps the most celebrated instance of Michele being Michele was a bizarre 2005 incident in a little town called Scandia. At the conclusion of a heated town meeting, then-state Sen. Bachmann retreated to a bathroom, where a couple of her constituents followed to continue the argument.

Then, according to a police report (PDF) that Bachmann later filed with the Washington County Sheriff’s Office:

BACHMAN [sic] STATED THAT WHEN SHE WAS GETTING READY TO LEAVE SHE WENT TO THE RESTROOM. SENATOR BACHMAN STATED THAT WHEN SHE WAS TRYING TO LEAVE THE RESTROOM, 2 WOMEN BLOCKED IN AND TOLD HER THEY WANTED TO CONTINUE TALKING. SEN BACHMAN STATED SHE WAS AFRAID AND SCREAMED FOR HELP. THE 2 WOMEN LET HER LEAVE THE RESTROOM WHEN SHE SCREAMED. THE WOMEN ARE BELIEVED TO BE W/ THE GLBT GROUP.

In short, Michele Bachmann claimed to have been briefly kidnapped, and caused to fear for her safety, by a pair of argumentative lesbian constituents. The incident never resulted in charges, in part because Bachmann’s own account of it kept shifting.

A compilation of Bachmann’s lunacy can be found here.

Asshole state rep. strikes again

Already this year Bobby Franklin, a state representative from Marietta, has compared gays to “unrepentant drug dealers” and tried to criminalize miscarriages.

Now he’s badmouthing tornado survivors.

At least 340 people were killed by the historic tornado cell that passed through the South, causing property damages ranging from $2 billion to $5 billion.

The Atlanta weatherman, Mr. Clean and the angels of darkness

Longtime Atlantans will remember Guy Sharpe, the courtly, silver-maned weatherman who stayed on the air for decades. You may also recall that he was a religious fanatic (and Amway salesman) who spread a very nutty rumor about Proctor & Gamble. According to Guy, the company’s trademark symbolized an allegiance to Satan, to whom P&G tithed 10 percent of its earnings.

It was a major suburban legend in the 1980s, swallowed by people who today would be questioning Barack Obama’s birth certificate. Witness this excerpt from a 1982 edition of 20/20:

Fox (voice over): None of these Southern California women are religious fundamentalists. But all were troubled by the rumor. (to women) What makes you uncomfortable?

1st woman: The thought of Satan being behind it.

2nd woman: I knew that I was going to use Cascade soap for my dishwasher before I ever got a dishwasher. I knew that I was going to use Pampers before I had kids. It’s incredible now it has affected my mind — and I never thought of using anything but Tide.

Fox: And you wonder what, whether there was some sort of mysterious draw to the products, is that it?

2nd woman: Yes, exactly.

I can relate. I always knew I’d be watching Guy Sharpe forecast the weather. I was convinced. Without sampling his competition. It was like he had affected my mind — and I never thought of anything but watching Guy Sharpe.

P&G eventually sued Guy, who settled out of court and publicly recanted. Somehow, he kept his job.

There’s no quitting crazy

Is that you, World Net Daily? Remember me? Boone Wing. Central State Hospital. 1999-2003. You haven’t changed a bit.

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
A tale of two birth certificates Breaking News
‘Rosetta Stone’ documents provide comparison
–WND

WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Aligning birth certificate statements, evidence Breaking News
Descriptions of document have varied by witness
–WND
WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Graphics pros challenge Obama birth certificate Breaking News
Layers of images found in released computer document raise doubts
–WND
WorldNetDaily Exclusive
Is the name of Obama’s birth hospital somehow phony? … Breaking News
Rumors swirl about entry in latest certificate issued by White House
–WND