22 June 2011

Whoa... I had thought this was mandatory...

...sorta like genuflecting every time somebody says "David Suzuki"...
that sound you hear s rob ford's balls clanking

"Asked if he feared his decision would provoke a backlash, he said he is keeping his own tradition of spending the national holiday with his family at their vacation property in Huntsville." --
Hey... you wanna be a vital, thriving element of the community-at-large?

I've said it before and I'll say it again...
"Less feather boas... more David Sedaris."

FROM THE COMMENTS: Attention Gay Toronto!

Really looking for acceptance? Try being a balanced, reasonable human being... like this guy...

And then, there's...
"I will enjoy reading you 'blow a blood vessel' after the gay parade."

Posted by liberal supporter to halls of macadamia at 7:16 PM, June 23, 2011
Ah, yes... the compassionate, intellectual left once again... complete with laughtrack. No wonder these guys just imploded last election.


RELATED: Why can't Mayor Rob Ford be more like...

...President Obama?

You know... hypocritical...
-- NEW YORK -- President Barack Obama has delivered important political victories for gays but is unlikely to push his support for gay rights much further before the 2012 election in case he alienates independent voters.

Independent voters, seen as less likely to back gay causes, will be crucial in winning closely contested states such as Virginia, North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, Indiana and Wisconsin.

Evangelicals mostly vote Republican, but Obama took 30 percent of their votes in 2008 and he cannot afford to lose them, Zogby said. African Americans voted 95 percent for Obama in 2008 and heavily oppose gay marriage.

LAST WORD: Hit me with your rythym stick
The exaltation of homosexuality is second only to the reverence paid to unfettered abortion as a litmus test for political correctness amongst our cognitive and cultural elites.

Pierre Elliot Trudeau said that the government should stay out of the bedrooms of the nation. He did not foresee that once the closet doors were opened wide, the bedrooms of the nations would spill over to occupy the streets of every major city in Canada.

He did not foresee the day when politicians would almost literally be dragged into those bedrooms and forced to admire the antics going on therein.


Neo Conservative said...

the print was pretty small on that g&m comment... so i will reprint here...

Blue Collar Pride

3:06 PM on June 22, 2011

"I'm gay, and if I didn't have to work Pride weekend, I'd be renting a truck and camping up north with the man and the dogs and getting away from the smog. Pride is over-crowded, over-corporate and over-rated and much more fun if you're 25 than pushing 50. Plus, not everyone does well in crowds in the hot sun."

"We shouldn't be guilt-tripping people into attending; that just promotes dishonesty. As for the charge that "this only proves his homophobia": really? So, if he showed up, you'd be willing to describe him as an ally? Are you that shallow? Let's judge him by what he does all year long, not just whether he's comfortable riding in the hot sun for several hours, being harassed by his many vociferous opponents."

"If he does show up some year, however, he might make some friends. Mel Lastman was viewed with ambivalence until he showed up in a fire truck with a squirt gun. It was a side of him we'd never seen, and he appeared to enjoy the adulation. Whether Ford could pull it off, I don't know, but I'm pretty sure a sizable minority wouldn't be hospitable. Which probably factored into the equation. No-one likes being booed."

"In the end, however, most gay people will vote for or against him based on their assessment of the job he's done as mayor, not on whether he attends a parade."

"I hope that's true, anyway."


Anonymous said...

Good for him. Why should politicians have to attend Gay vulgar narcissism and shameless exhibitionism, er I mean, gay pride, parade? Why do gays so desperately need validation for anyways?

Neo Conservative said...

"anon asks... Why do gays so desperately need validation for anyways?"

why does anyone?

i guess it's simply a part of being human.

i just don't happen to believe it should be obligatory... for anyone.

what's next... everybody has to be a vegetarian?