yet more devo

“What we’re doing is playing social experimentation with … our military right now. And that’s tragic,” Santorum argued.

“I would … just say that, going forward, we would … reinstitute that policy, if Rick Santorum was president, period. That policy would be reinstituted. And as far as people who are in … I would not throw them out, because that would be unfair to them because of the policy of this administration, but we would move forward in … conformity with what was happening in the past, which was, sex is not an issue. … It should not be an issue. Leave it alone, keep it … to yourself, whether you’re a heterosexual or a homosexual.”


Let us for a moment kick aside the booing mouth breathers as well as the linguistic stylings of Rick Santorum; is it possible teh Google is not one of Rick’s bigger problems? Methinks that some of those faster-than-light neutrinos are fucking with sweet Rickey’s head. 1 It is entirely possible Rickey had a stroke on the spot and, bad-ass that he is, struggled through the moment.

Incoherently, but struggle through he did.

Seriously, I think we ought to make Rickey a bubble boy and contain him in a sealed environment, one of those rolling clear plastic balls: we don’t want him shedding any stem cells where some innocent might get hold of them. Much less any of what passes for his ‘thoughts’. 2

I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that The Mormon had to be beseeching St. Joesph “Many Many Many Many Many Wives” Smith to rid him of these little gnats. Now it’s looking like the Mormon has found himself standing for class president at a special ed school 3 and being given a serious run for his millions.

Imagine his chagrin.


Show 3 footnotes

  1. Don’t. I’m warning you: don’t go there.
  2. And, more  generally speaking, is it too early for the Read My Lips: No New Texans bumper sticker to make an appearance? Someone 7 degrees removed from Obama should get those suckers cranked out and distributed at every urban head shop music store in America in the next two weeks.
  3. No offense to tards; many of them are brighter, more open and far more honest that what we’ve seen so far displayed at the GOP ‘debates’.

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