Thursday, December 19, 2013


The homo crowd is all atwitter, stomping their feet, clenching their fists, pulling out their ear rings and foaming at the mouth over a recent column by Patrick Buchanan which asks, not unreasonably, "Is Putin One of Us?"  You should see them becoming unglued on the internet.  They are like 11-year-old girls having a fit.

Mr Buchanan's article is worth reading:

Nearly all the Google entries on the article are hysterical, drooling attacks on both Buchanan and Vladimir Putin for their anti-sodomite stance.  I added a comment on one site which brought immediate response.  With an originality and freshness that is characteristic of this crowd I was accused of "bigotry", "being judgmental", "going against the teachings of Jesus", etc., ad nauseum.  The poor dears.  Watching them yelp is most amusing, like watching cockroaches come out of the woodwork if someone drops a piece of bread on the floor.

But moving out of that internet bath house swamp for a moment let us consider the following words, spoken recently:
“In many countries today, moral and ethical norms are being reconsidered.”

“They’re now requiring not only the proper acknowledgment of freedom of conscience, political views and private life, but also the mandatory acknowledgment of the equality of good and evil.” 

Who said those words?  Putin did, just a few days ago.

No wonder the Mincing Ones are twitching and twirling and having what is now called a "hissy fit" (or would that be, "sissy fit"?); someone lifted up the rock under which they were hiding.


Anonymous said...

You might enjoy this, Aged Parent.:

I just visited over there when it happened to be posted.

Anonymous said...

And check out all the links at the top of the page on because they are all about the rage of the queers over some guy named Phil. Duck Dynasty or something?

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