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Monthly Archive: October 2012

Oct 27 2012

Moore: God is Punishing Us

Former and almost certainly future Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, an unabashed theocrat, joins the long list of wingnuts who are convinced that anything bad that happens must be God’s punishment on us. Conveniently, that punishment is being meted out because of all the things Moore himself opposes, abortion and gay marriage.

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Oct 27 2012

AFA Peddles Christmas Crap

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The American Family Association wants you to know that they’ve got lots of wonderful Christmas gifts for you to buy that help fund their hate campaigns against gays, liberals and anyone else they don’t like. I wonder if they’ll be selling those burning crosses again this year. This is what they started selling in 2008, …

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Oct 26 2012

American Naval Power in 1916 and Today

A pair of political scientists who did a study on the naval power of all the nations of the world over time are reinforcing, with specific measures, just how dishonest the Republicans, and Mitt Romney specifically, are being with their ridiculous claims about our Navy being smaller now than in 1916.

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Oct 26 2012

Beck: Romney = George Washington

Glenn Beck continues his absurd comparisons between Mitt Romney and America’s historical leaders. First it was Lincoln, now he’s comparing him to George Washington. And while he was frustrated with Romney’s docile nature in the last debate, he thinks Romney was passive because God told him to be.

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Oct 26 2012

The Mormon Etch-a-Sketch

One of Andrew Sullivan’s readers points out something very interesting that I hadn’t considered, comparing Mitt Romney’s shape shifting persona to that of the Mormon church itself. That church has repeatedly changed its core beliefs if they are in opposition to the larger society:

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Oct 26 2012

Canadian Appeals Court Rules for Boissoin

I’ve written many times over the years about the case of Stephen Boissoin, a Canadian pastor who was brought up on charges of violating that nation’s hate speech laws for writing a letter to a newspaper condemning homosexuality. I actually didn’t know the case was still going on, but an appeals court in Alberta just …

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Oct 26 2012

Wingnut: Let the Bible Be Your Voter’s Guide

With every political organization and their brother putting out voter’s guides this time of year, Pastor Scott Brown has a better idea for his followers: Let the Bible be your voter’s guide. What does that mean? Well, lots of things. Like it means you can’t vote for women:

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Oct 26 2012

Barton’s Bizarre Biblical Economics

David Barton must have some kind of secret decoder ring. How else to explain how he derives the most absurd ideas from various Bible verses, which he claims support his right wing political and economic positions? On a television show recently, he bizarrely declared that only companies that are government-regulated had to be bailed out …

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Oct 26 2012

CFI Indiana Fights for Right to Perform Weddings

My friends at CFI Indiana have filed suit for the right of secular celebrants to perform weddings in that state, something the law forbids currently, and they recently had the oral arguments in the case. Under current law, marriages can only be performed by clergyman, a judge, a city or court clerk or a mayor. …

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Oct 26 2012

Trump’s Bombshell Announcement Fizzles

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As I predicted, Donald Trump’s self-publicized bombshell announcement on Wednesday turned out to be nothing more than way for him to get more attention. He is offering $5 million to charity if Obama releases all of the records of his life, which will land with as much of a thud as Mitt Romney’s $10,000 bet …

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Oct 26 2012

Lowry’s Meaningless Rhetoric

I’m glad to see that National Review editor Rich Lowry managed to watch a debate without seeing starbursts (presumably because Romney didn’t wink at him the way Sarah Palin did), but I have to point out the empty platitude in his review of the third debate. This isn’t unique to him, of course; it’s the …

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Oct 26 2012

Wingnut on Wingnut Crime: Malkin vs Coulter

Oh boy, it’s wingnut on wingnut crime time again. And this time, it’s two of the most annoying people on the right, Ann Coulter and Michelle Malkin. After the last debate, Coulter sent out a rather vile tweet that is sure to catch the attention of Sarah Palin:

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Oct 26 2012

John Rocker: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

I’m so happy that the Worldnutdaily decided to give racist former Major League Baseball pitcher John Rocker his own column. He’s as much of a dolt as the other members of their has-been brigade (Chuck Norris, Victoria Jackson, Pat Boone), but his writing is much funnier to read because it’s just so obvious that he’s …

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Oct 26 2012

Fischer Declares Himself a Prophet

Here’s an amusing video of Bryan Fischer declaring himself a prophet, while claiming he isn’t doing so, for warning America that we have to choose between the “homosexual agenda” and liberty.

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Oct 25 2012

Log Cabin Republicans Endorse Romney

It will certainly come as no surprise that the Log Cabin Republicans, the largest gay Republican group in the country, has endorsed Mitt Romney for president. Their absurd reasoning will certainly not shock you either:

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