There is currently no operative Democratic political dynasty that is the obvious successor to the party’s nomination. The field is wide open. While Hillary Clinton’s health is obviously in the stages right before nursing home stage decay her hate level is high enough for her to pretend she will run by positioning herself at all the right events and commenting on all the important Drumf catastrophes. If she does, her party will revolt. They know that she will lose, bigly.
Some guy who attempted to be President a few decades ago, and was allegedly a devout Baptist, believes Jesus would be okay with fags pretending to be married, mainly on the grounds of an old and discredited meme.
What meme legitimizes queers to play house in the head of this regrettably prestigious and senile man you ask?
The calls in recent years to ban Confederate symbols and historical figures from the public square were initially explained as addressing particular historical or contemporary grievances, typically of a racial nature. But the quick extension of such bans to various other symbols and figures with little or no connection to the Confederacy, and even to seemingly innocuous things such as a cartoon frog named Pepe, has strongly suggested that this explanation is insufficient. A simpler, more comprehensive explanation for these calls to ban supposedly “racist” or “white supremacist” symbols is that they attempt to remove from public acceptability anything that might lend support to white people positively identifying themselves as a group. Continue reading “No Symbols For White Men: Why The ADL & SPLC Condemned A Frog”→