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The Looney Parade goes on


Redundancy is the least of his problems

First of all, when you decapitate someone, their head is automatically gone. Just ask ISIS. So in a speech at a Vero Beach prayer breakfast last week, when hairy lunatic and certified fucktard, Phil Robertson, was describing a beak-in to an atheist’s home and suggested, “…they take his wife and then decapitate her head off in front of him,” and then goes on about castrating the homeowner and raping his daughters, you know you’re in the presence of a dangerously sick mind. (Don’t forget, this was at a prayer breakfast! I don’t even want to know what he talks about at a prayer dinner.)

Your choice: church or jail

Arizona has always elected the politicians it so richly deserves. Thus, we can only assume State GOP Senator, Sylvia Allen, was simply speaking for the masses when she proposed a “moral rebirth” for America by suggesting a bill requiring, “…every American to attend the church of their choice.” Given the opportunity to back out of this insane idea, she dug in deeper, saying the logic behind the remark came from her experience growing up in the 1950s, when more people went to church. Charlie Manson grew up in the 50’s, too, Sylvia. But wait, there’s more. In 2009, Allen was quoted as saying, “The earth has been here six thousand years, long before we had environmental laws, and somehow it hasn’t been done away with.” Yeah, she said that. As stated: Arizona gets what it deserves.

Of course, we’ll gladly serve Neo-Nazis, KKK folks, and gun-toting ARA members

Then there’s Indiana giving homophobia a shot in the arm by allowing businesses to randomly discriminate against LGBTs, real or imagined, through the state’s new Religious Freedom Restoration Act. But here’s the dilemma: how are they gonna know who’s gay? Evidently they think every gay man dresses like Liberace and every gay woman drives a tank. And what if you accidentally let one in? Could they possibly turn everybody in the place gay just by their presence? Can’t be too careful, so is there some kind of “gaydar” device you could install at the door to weed out potential threats to all we proud Americans hold dear? How about the transgenders? Better make all who enter drop their pants just to make sure. This law could have implications way beyond discriminating against gays. Maybe Indiana get’s the politicians it deserves, too.

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