March 5th, 2007

Michelle Malkin: Pottymouth/Ann Coulter: Windbag

Max Blumenthal of the Nation approached Michelle Malkin and asked her to sign a picture of Japanese Americans in the Manzanar internment camp. Malkin is the author of a In Defense of Internment, a book about why it's okay for the U.S. to put its own citizens in camps during wars. So, you'd think she'd love to sign a picture of the Manzanar internment camp. Evidently, not...

Michelle Malkin, Ann Coulter, PWNED by
The Nation's Max Blumenthal @ CPAC

See again how Coulter ducks an honest question with "right to privacy"? Not that she has an iota of respect for anyone ELSE'S privacy, especially when calling a former VP candidate/current Presidential candidate a 'faggot'. Stupid cunt. Now all of the Republicans are scrambling to distance themselves from her and the people who sponsored CPAC are coming out suggesting it might never happen again if this is what it devolves into:
"It would be better, in my opinion, to not have a CPAC at all than to have one that presents conservatism as a hostile, people-hating ideology," said Amy Ridenour, whose National Center for Public Policy Research was one of the paying sponsors for CPAC.
Afterward, Malkin went against the usual puritanical act she orchestrates and began using DIRTY WORDS like 'chickenshits' and 'assholes' to describe what happened - and we have the audio of this exchange.
Mike Stark “What happened, Michelle?

Malkin: “Some punks from the Nation came, and they ambushed me at my book signing.”

Stark: “Heh, that’s real professional.”

Malkin: “Yeah. Such chickenshits.”

Stark: “What did they do?”

Malkin: “Uh, they had a video camera, and they, uh, started, uh, lambasting my book. Assholes. I’m sorry, I’m just like, cursing. It’s made me so mad. ”

Here's a tip for your next book on why we ought to put them filthy homersexshuls in camps too... Wait a tick, thousands of faggots all rounded up in the same place? Isn't that a dream come true for some of us? Anyway - just remember, Michelle, that when writing a book in defense of ANYTHING, that you know what the fuck you're talking about first off - and that you do adequate research so that later, after you're published, you don't have any need to go back and put up an errata page, and you will have nothing at all to defend because your argument is well reasoned and sound.

Hat tips to Majikthise, from which this is reposted.

Goddamnit, not you too...

Dear Senator Barack Obama,
Stop politicking with lies.

I like you a lot better and can take you seriously when you're not inventing bullshit for political gain.
"They looked at each other and they decided, 'We know that, in the world as it has been, it might not be possible for us to get together and have a child, but something is stirring across the country because of what happened in Selma, Alabama, because some folks are willing to march across the bridge. And so they got together, and Barack Obama Jr. was born."

"So don't tell me I don't have a claim on Selma, Alabama," Obama said.
You DON'T have a claim on Selma and what happened there in 1965, because you were born in 1961.

Fucking stop it RIGHT NOW.
- jesus_h_biscuit

(Hat tip to rpeate for the link)

Ex-Gay & Ex-Ex-Gay Celebrity Deathmatch!!

Video: Gay and 'ex-gay'
On a CBC show, The House with George Stromboulopoulos, there's a video of two men, one gay who says he's conquered his homosexuality, and an ex-ex-gay, who finally found peace once out of the movement.

Here's the clip up on YouTube.

The "ex-gay," Brian, talks about his current desires and fighting them (he's now "happily married to a woman"). It's quite sad. She's also an "ex-gay" by the way (and they met in an online support group for ex-gays). He received the suggestion from one of his counselors to "stop piercing your ears and go play football you'll become more manly." Both he and his wife know that they will be struggling with same-sex desires, and said that five or ten years down the road he doesn't see acting out on them. Sigh. How long do we give him before either he or his wife can't take the misery of denying who they are? All I can say is that the video says it all.

The ex-ex-gay, Darin, talked about his family hating him for being gay. He went to an ex-gay ministry, and he was not treated with love, he was told "you're not praying enough, you're not reading your bible enough, you're following sinful're a bad person." Thankfully he was invited into a gay-affirming church, which allowed him to finally love himself for who he is.

* Ex-Gay Therapy Doesn't Work, I Tried It (Daniel of Ex-Gay Watch)
Hat tip to the lovely and fabulous Pam Spaulding, whom I adore.