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Nov 29 2011

Separated at Birth?

With Bonnie Fwank soon to be out of Congress at last, where will he retire? Some say San Francisco for the bath houses, but it could be a cabbage patch:


Compliments of Uncle Joe Liberty.

5 Responses to “Separated at Birth?”

  1. Ed says:

    I hear there are openings in the Penn St. athletic dept.

  2. Uncle Joe Liberty says:

    The wesemblance to wa toowfless gerbil is merewy co-winsadental.

  3. Bob Roberts says:

    You know, I’m sick and tired of people trying to suggest that perverted behavior is normal and trying to suggest anyone honest enough to say that is guilty of hate speech.

    Like it or not, there is a reason males and females are attracted to each other and not to the same sex and, obviously, when this reason breaks down or is ignored that is deviant behavior.

    Here’s a simple thought problem. Imagine that, on any given day in the future, every person in the world woke up and realized they were gay and never, ever considered having sex with the opposite sex again.

    How long would the species last?

    Sexual deviants are not to be shunned or hated, but they also are not to be coddled or taught they’re normal, because they are not. Is a pedophile normal? Is a serial murderer normal? These, too, are examples of deviates.

    I’m also not saying we can’t let consenting adults do what they want to do, within reason. But just as I wouldn’t think we would stand still for heterosexuals engaging in flagrant sexual behavior in public (outside occu-zombie gatherings, anyway), it’s amazing how we nonetheless do often stand for that sort of thing among the LGBT crowd during any of their various public LGBT events. It’s the same theme you see at the occu-zombie gatherings – a group of deviates demanding special rights & special treatment.

  4. beforethestorm says:

    Nah…the dolls are kinda cute and innocent-looking. Barney Frank, not so much….

  5. Uncle Joe says:

    Agreed, beforethestorm!

    No way do I think BF is cute.

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