Daily Archives for April 29, 2013

April 29, 2013

BREAKING: Gay men capable of playing basketball, at least one being adept enough at it to make a living

TweetAmericans shocked, amazed! Straight, ordinary-sized, single-hand dribblers with no game whatever hardest hit. Not by the bravery, so much — because let’s face it, what can be hipper now than coming out as a gay pro athlete, particularly when doing … Continue reading

29. April 2013 by Jeff G.
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April 29, 2013

“Southern Poverty Law Center tied to domestic terrorism”

TweetWait, so you mean the leftwing advocacy group responsible for labeling as potential domestic terrorists everyone refusing to adopt their ideology is itself spawning domestic terrorists — mostly by reinforcing the cartoonish outrage it helps gin up against the villainous … Continue reading

29. April 2013 by Jeff G.
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April 29, 2013

Legally Blonde 1, Kermit 0

TweetGosnell, that is.  The “the frog” would almost certainly still kick Reese Witherspoon’s ass, notoriety wise. Ameritopia? Perhaps. Idiocracy? Without question. And that’s just the way your betters like it.

29. April 2013 by Jeff G.
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April 29, 2013

“Lesbian Activist’s Surprisingly Candid Speech: Gay Marriage Fight Is a ‘Lie’ to Destroy Marriage”

TweetMay as well tell the truth now.  I mean, the argument is over and the pro-traditional marriage “folks” have lost:  being the Bible-thumping prigs they are, tormented by paranoid fantasies of legal slippery slopes, they lack the intellectual chops to … Continue reading

29. April 2013 by Jeff G.
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April 29, 2013

Reacting to some of the postings offered in my absence.

Tweet1.  On the State Department blocking lawyers from representing Benghazi whistle blowers:  two possible ways to go on this one.  First, the old standard:  most transparent administration EVAH!  — though that’s getting tired, I think.  So second, Darleen had it … Continue reading

29. April 2013 by Jeff G.
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April 29, 2013

State Department blocking lawyers from representing Benghazi whistleblowers [Darleen Click]

TweetBenghazi discussion starts about 3:30 mark According to former US Attorney Joe DiGenova, the State Department is standing in the way of lawyers trying to represent whistleblowers in the ongoing investigation into the events at the US Consolate in Benghazi … Continue reading

29. April 2013 by Darleen
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