Archive for November 13th, 2008

OMG Teh Gay Is Contagious!

Because, as everyone knows, all gays are pedophiles, and being molested makes you gay…

New Life Church founder and former evangelical leader Ted Haggard returned to the pulpit to give two sermons in a small Illinois church on the second anniversary of his scandal-forced exit from a high-profile ministry at his megachurch in Colorado Springs.


Haggard spoke about how his “struggle with sin,” involving a male prostitute and drug purchases, grew out of a sexual incident with a man employed by his father when Haggard was 7 years old.


“When I became 50 years old, I don’t know if it was pressure, or if it was midlife crisis, or if it was just psychological determinism (as) Freud would say, or whatever — I don’t know what it was — but for some reason what happened to me as a child started to produce fruit,” he said.

Feelings long deeply buried, he said, “started to rage inside my mind and heart.”

Yeah, I’m sure that was it.  Being molested totally turned him gay… and hooked him on crystal meth.

(h/t dakine)

November 13th, 2008 at 09:46pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Politics,Religion,Republicans,Teh Gay

Sarah Palin Shoots, Field-Dresses Irony

Republicans suddenly want to be bipartisan when they’re on the losing team…

At a press conference earlier Thursday, Palin said that she and her fellow Republican governors were ready to put aside “extreme partisanship” and act if Washington fails to provide the leadership America needs.

She told them not to “let obsessive, extreme partisanship … get in the way of doing what’s right.”

Yeah, I’m sure Palin and her fellow Republicans will be totally cooperative and reasonable, just like they always are.

(h/t dakine)

November 13th, 2008 at 08:45pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Obama,Palin,Politics,Republicans

Eli’s Obsession With The Google

Woohoo!  I appear to be fully listed on the Google once again!  Which is why I am the #3 search result for modo for an island of 6 girls.

Sure wish I knew what that was about…

November 13th, 2008 at 06:25pm Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Eli's Obsession With The Google

Random Philly Photoblogging

Absolutely no theme at all.
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Cicada. Not entirely happy with how the color came out, and that’s something my camera is usually very good at.

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Building. It looks pretty good in color too, but it’s primarily about the shapes and shadows, plus I like the starkness.

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Not entirely sure what that is – I think it might be a mirror.

November 13th, 2008 at 11:14am Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Photoblogging

Wanker Of The Day

Lieberman Democrat Evan Bayh:

But one of two things will be likely to happen if we were to kick him out of his chairmanship. No. 1, he might very well decide to just resign from the Senate. You know, he probably would not want to be a person without a home, wandering the hallways without any influence of any kind. And Connecticut has a Republican governor, who would appoint a pure Republican to that seat, who would vote against the wishes of the president-elect and the Democratic caucus, you know, the vast, vast majority of the time. That’s No. 1.

No. 2, Lieberman, Joe Lieberman might decide to stay and be embittered. And what would happen there would be from time to time, we have close votes. You’ve been reporting on the Alaska race and the Minnesota race and the Georgia race. We could be at 58, 59, maybe even 60 votes. Every two or three or four months, there’s going to be a critically important vote, very close, every vote will count. And it might come down to one vote.

Now, if Senator Lieberman has a strong view, he’ll vote his conscience, but if he’s conflicted, frankly, you know, doesn’t really know what to do, and we’ve exacted revenge on him, I suspect we could probably expect the same in return.


And I honestly think — you know, look, we can take away his chairmanship. That’s something we have the right to do. What you will have at that point is either someone who may very well resign or someone who’s embittered, and if, you know, all else being equal, might not be with us on some of these key votes. I honestly think we have a better chance to get unity for the kind of policies that you would probably support, most Democrats would probably support, if we try and have some reconciliation here rather than resorting to revenge right off the bat. You always have that option if things don’t seem to be working out very well.

So let me get this straight: Bayh is saying that Lieberman should keep his chairmanship because he has no integrity or character? And that Joe will only stab Democrats in the back if he’s punished? I have no idea what evidence Bayh is basing this on.

1 comment November 13th, 2008 at 07:10am Posted by Eli

Entry Filed under: Democrats,Lieberman,Politics,Wankers

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