Sunday, August 7, 2011

The Un-Holy Threesome

17 comments:

jimm said...

Shades of Westboro, no?

Jim said...

Can I believe this?! Yes I can considering those three BIRDBRAINS! A lot of huff and puff because they know by now for sure that there is absolutely nothing they can do because their 'cause' is so unconstitutional. This 'performance' of theirs is solely for the right wing red neck fanatics....to get their vote.
It all happened here in Canada too. All the religious fanatics came out of their cellars and tried as they might to stir things up....to no avail.

JustinO'Shea said...

JIMM. . . .Hey there. . .

Shades of Westboro, no?

Shades of Westboro, si !!!

my Info is shallow but it raises up Shades of Nazi Germany at the beginning of WW2. . .

This group. . .since they hold with a lot of organized backing of people like Dobson and that "All in the Family" crowd. . .who all believe that only their version of christianity has any right to freedom of religion. . .and the Tea Party intelligentia will suck this up. . .first they will go after the Gays. . then Musims, Jews. . .then the Anglicans/Episcoplaians, Catholics. . . .like Shades of Hitler's "master race". . . .

These folk are insidious. . .bad news. . and should be held responsible for their words.

JustinO'Shea said...

And Jim in Nova Scotia. . . .do you have as many birdbrains in Canada as we seem to have in the States???

The further South one goes the more you find the brains fried. . .strange crowd. ;-)

Jim said...

Oh yes we do! And we should see a few surface soon,now that 'they' have a majority in the government. So stay tuned....we all are.

Gary Kelly said...

Okay, bugger Firefox. I'm getting messages from Google that there's something wrong with my cookies. So let's go back to IE and see if this works.

In Oz, we have compulsory voting for the very reasons that Jim outlines. Compulsory voting stops the majority from become lazy and complacent, and stops the loonies from taking advantage. If everybody votes, then you get fair and legitimate representation.

JustinO'Shea said...

OK. . . I give up. . .how do you MAKE everybody vote? Line 'em up? Shoot the ones who choose not to exercise their franchise? ;-)

And, Gary, clean out your cookies. . .like you do to the cookie jar. har har. . oopss.

BTW, I have not finished Green Room. . I am putting that off...for a bit. ;-))

Gary Kelly said...

In Oz those who don't vote are not shot, they're fined. Shooting costs money but fines make money. Hehe. It's a bit like paying taxes... voting is not an option here, it's every citizen's responsibility and something Aussies accept.

In the US, for example, communists were outlawed. But not in Oz. We even had a Neo-Nazi party here. So we are truly democratic. Freedom of religion and freedom of political beliefs. But to have that freedom, you also need to keep those fringe groups in their place by preventing them from taking advantage of the majority's complacency.

It's too late for you Yanks. You're used to voting being a choice and that is highly unlikely to change. But voters get lazy, and when people get lazy you get the Hitlers and the Gaddafis. Once those blokes get into power, freedom goes out the window and you get a dictatorship.

I think I'd rather have compulsory voting.

Gary Kelly said...

Oh... and when you finish Green Room, have a box of tissues handy.

JustinO'Shea said...

Compulsory voting = excellent responsibility!!! All for it.

JustinO'Shea said...

Box of tissues. . . uhuh.. you warned me! That is WHY I am waiting. . . ;(
Can't bear it. . . .;(

gp said...

It's so nice of them to pledge to enshrine pseudo-religious bigotry into the U.S. Constitution. I'm sure that the overwhelming majority of Roman Catholic, Baptist, Mormon, etc., religious "leaders" support these policies 100%. As do all the right-wing "fundamentalist" preachers.

Coop said...

I wanted to "think it over", again... but my view was interrupted with this buffalo poop.

I don't take these 3 stooges seriously. Unfortunately, republican candidates have to cater to the "700 club" God squad. All things to all people, etc. etc.
The Iowa caucuses, which happen even before the New Hampshire prinary, are dominated by social conservatives.
Those folks give more "secular" conservatives like me a bad reputation. They make me cringe.

Coop said...

P.S. Justin, I hope you don't truly belief your musings about the Nazis, etc. What a terrible way to live... being scared like that.

Coop said...

One more thing, Justin Babe.

The Republicrats and the Democans tug at people's heart strings... make them emotional. Don't give them that satisfaction.
Politics is more about strategy than honest communication.

JustinO'Shea said...

COOPS wrote to me. . . .
<< P.S. Justin, I hope you don't truly belief your musings about the Nazis, etc. What a terrible way to live... being scared like that. >>

NO. duude, I do NOT live "being scared like that>> !!! There is a vast difference between 'remote" and 'proximate' fears which affect our lives. . .mine included.

Considering the philosophy of these 3 individuals and what ideas they evoke from my sparse memory of WW2 and the Hitler-Nazi regime, these 3 wanna-bes = a remote similarity to what happened in the Third Reich.

I hope to G-d and the sensible people of these United States that such travesties would not be repeated and become 'proximate threat. I still trust "people of good will" to oppose such stupidity, etc.

So of course I do not live in the kind of fear you hint at. My intelligence and emotional stability is such that I would not permit myself to become engulfed in such destructive fantascies and fallacious reactions.

But, thank you for your unnecessary concerns.

Respectfully yours,
Justin Kevin O'Shea

hahahhaaaa babes. howyalike them apples???!! LOL My formal reply. hahaha Had i thought you were really serious and worried bout me you and I woulld have to have a sit down, heart-to-heart to clarify the environment. LOL

huggies. . .. .the bro

Coop said...

Them apples... of course I wasn't worried about you.
If it isn't a proximate threat... I see no reason to talk about it. I know you're a rational guy.
Shouldn't you be enjoying Montreal and Peter?
huh? Huh?? HUH???
Get off the blog already... ;-)