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Tony Perkins Cares About Women and Polygamy. Santorum Blames Gay Marriage, and Brietbart Lies.


Well thanks to Kody and his Mormon harem from  the TLC’s trash hit Sister Wives hate group leaders, GOP lunatics and Right Wing “news” outlets are crawling out of the woodwork and having a field day that that Utah has become the 50th state to legalize unmarried cohabitation and is on the way to fully striking down its polygamy laws.

Family Resaech Council hate-group president and proven white supremacist Tony Perkins, took to the FRC website and writes that he’s worried about the poor women and children it will affect.  Oh and of scourer gay marriage

This decision is a real war on women and children as polygamy is a practice that has historically devalued the role of women and undermined the equality of a husband and wife that has become the standard in Western Civilization. The increasing awareness of the collateral cultural and religious carnage that accompanies the redefinition of natural marriage will cause the debate over same-sex marriage to intensify, not abate, despite the media’s relative silence and homosexual activists increasing campaign of intimidation. The multiple bouquets that may be thrown as this decision was handed down, may very well give the American people the inspiration to push back against those redefining natural marriage and with it the very underpinnings of America as it has been known.” 

Meanwhile old  Frothy Mix himself,  Rick “Man on Dog” Santorum took to Twitter and played the “I told you  so card” claiming that he totally predicted that gay marriage would lead to Utah to legalize unmarried cohabitation.

And then last but not least we have Breitbart.com which just out and out lied and blamed gay marriage for the ruling saying that the judge referenced it in his decision when in reality NOWHERE in the judge’s 91-page ruling do the words “same-sex marriage” ever appear.  Then again the piece was written by Ken Klukowski who happens to serve as Director of the Center for Religious Liberty at Tony Perkin’s Family Research Council and as an extra right-wing religious extremist bonus Klukowski also serves on the faculty at Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University which happens to be home to another nationally recognized hate group; The Liberty Counsel.

I wonder why Ms. Perkins, Santorum and Brietbart didn’t cite the actual Bible. Oh, that’s right. The Bible actually advocates very heavily for polygamy which the ruling didn’t legalize anyway.




Kansas To Spit In The Gay Community’s Face And Leave “Symbolic” Sodomy Law On The Books

Because the topic is just too “sensitive” to address, according to one Kansas state senator, lawmakers in that state  will be keeping Kansas sodomy law on the books despite the fact that they cannot successfully prosecute anyone under it because of the Supreme Court’s ruling in Lawrence v. Texas which struck down anti-sodomy laws as unconstitutional.


I’d say boycott Kansas but really what the fuck is there to boycott.

As far as suing the state of Kansas over leaving the unconstitutional sodomy law on the books. Well Gee. It sure would be nice if one of our many *cough* useless *cough* LGBT advocacy organizations would actually stand up, grow some balls and sue the state.

KANSASWhere men are men, and sheep are nervous.

GOP Presidential Candidate and Texas’ Village Idiot Rick Perry: “Lawrence v. Who?”

THIS is exactly why ALL politicians running for public office should be foreced to take an I.Q. test

At a meet and greet in Cedar Falls, IA,  Rick Perry was asked by a voter to “defend his criticism of limited government” in the Supreme Court case of Lawrence v. Texas — the 2003 case which, resulted in Texas’s anti-sodomy law being struck down as unconstitutional.

ABC News:

“I wish I could tell you I knew every Supreme Court case. I don’t, I’m not even going to try to go through every Supreme Court case, that would be — I’m not a lawyer,” Perry said at the Blue Strawberry Coffee Shop here. “We can sit here and you know play I gotcha questions on what about this Supreme Court case or whatever, but let me tell you, you know and I know that the problem in this country is spending in Washington, D.C., it’s not some Supreme Court case.”

Other than the FACT that Perry was Texas’s governor at the time of the ruling and whoever the ghost writer was on his last wrote his last book referenced the case you’d think he’s know this one.

You can bet your sweet ass that Rick Santorum knows about Lawrence v. Texas!