Naked moonbats descended upon San Franfreakshow City Hall yesterday to protest a proposed measure that would place some restrictions on their habit of grossing everyone out by walking around with no clothes on.
Screeched a naked 69-year-old weirdo named Rusty Mills,
“Nudophobic bigotry has now taken root here in San Francisco.”
Hippies aren’t getting any younger. One of his fellow protestors used a cane, another a wheelchair.
On the way back to City Hall, elementary school children playing on a schoolyard gawked and pointed at the naked demonstrators.
Supervisor Scott Wiener introduced the proposal to curb undressing after residents complained about a daily gathering of naked men in Jane Warner Plaza, a square in the Castro District.
The Castro District is so thoroughly infested with homosexuals known to perform exceedingly disgusting sex acts in public that no decent person would knowingly set foot there.
“There’s always been occasional public nudity in San Francisco. Over the last two years it’s gone from being this quirky, occasional thing to an obnoxious, over-the-top thing,” Wiener said in an interview.
“A lot of people who live in the neighborhood are just sick of the fact that seven days a week there are men taking their pants off and displaying their genitals on our sidewalks and plaza,” he added.
Maybe there is hope. If San Francisco could get sufficiently disgusted with obnoxious naked perverts to prevent them from running completely amok, maybe the country as a whole will do something about Democrats.
Even Dan Glazer, whose Castro bakery specializes in genital-shaped cookies, admits that the naked freaks have been “taking advantage of our neighborhood’s openness, of the gay community’s tolerance.”
Not to worry, moonbats; San Fransicko will still retain its special ambience:
Under the proposed law, which critics dubbed the “Wiener bill,” nudity would still be allowed at permitted parades, fairs and festivals, as well as on designated nude beaches.
If you have children, morals, or a weak stomach, stay far away from these fairs and festivals.
No picture with this one. You’re welcome.
On tips from Mickey Shea and Ghost of FA Hayek.