Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey in a press conference stated yesterday that she still plans to vote for Roy Moore in the Dec. 12 election for the U.S. Senate despite allegations of Moore’s sexual encounters with teenage girls which Moore has adamantly denied.
“I believe in the Republican Party, what we stand for, and most important, we need to have a Republican in the United States Senate to vote on things like the Supreme Court justices, other appointments the Senate has to confirm and make major decisions. So that’s what I plan to do, vote for Republican nominee Roy Moore.”
Ivey said today she was bothered by the allegations against Moore, but had to weigh all the available information. She was asked if she believed Moore’s accusers. “I certainly have no reason to disbelieve any of them,” Ivey said. “The timing is a little curious. But at the same time, I have no reason to disbelieve them.” – The Birmingham News.
CUNT! (Yeah, yeah. I know bad word. But in this case its an exception)
Republicans: Party over country. And child victims of sexual assault for that matter.
Joel Osteen impersonator Michael Klimkowski, took his false persona to the next level recently and faked his way into a Joel Osteen prayer event at The Forum in Inglewood, California shaking hands, taking pictures, and even looking for beer.
[One of Klimkowski’s crew] tells us that the confrontation recorded at the end of the video was with Osteen’s head of security. Though that guy asserts they’re going to the jail, Henke notes the “real police” just thought it was funny. “Especially because Mike, our ‘Joel,’ never really dropped character and kept getting approached by ‘fans’ even as we were detained.”
Klimkowski did an AMA on Reddit today if anyone is interested.
Kentucky continues its march into history as the most backward hateful state today as ‘Pastor” Randy Smith of the Family Federation of Kentucky will attempt to meet with Governor Steve Beshear to DEMAND that Kentucky serial adulterer, dog-napper, and anti-gay KKK-ristian county clerk Kim Davis and other god fearing public servant bigots be given reasonable accommodation to deny service to gay and lesbian Americans because its against their warped view of religion.
While Smith has bragged that he has a 10:00 am meeting with Beshear today. The Governor’s office on the other hand denies that such a meeting exists.
Beshear has refused to call a special session of the Kentucky legislation to discuss any “Religious Liberty” exemption and has demanded that Kentucky’s public servants to their job.
*UPDATE: Smith and his lemmings followers did not get to meet with Gov. Steve Beshear, but spoke instead with the governor’s chief of staff, Larry Bond.
Smith, said he was not pleased with the response.
“It’s the same rhetoric,” he said. “It’s the same thing we’ve heard.”
Along with Smith five pastors and one deacon from churches in Eastern Kentucky. Smith said 10 to 12 pastors also are forming an alliance to help shape legislation in Kentucky going forward.
In a poll conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research 47 percent of Kentucky voters believe that county clerks should not get special exemptions while 42 percent say they should. Another 11 percent were not sure.
Now remind me again. WHICH group it is exactly asking for “Special Rights?
“Sixty-three percent of registered voters in the U.S. buy into at least one political conspiracy theory, according to results from a recent Fairleigh Dickinson University Public Mind Poll. The nationwide survey of registered voters asked Americans to evaluate four different political conspiracy theories: 56 percent of Democrats and 75 percent of Republicans say that at least one is likely true. This includes 36 percent who think that President Obama is hiding information about his background and early life, 25 percent who think that the government knew about 9/11 in advance, and 19 percent who think the 2012 Presidential election was stolen.
Generally, the more people know about current events, the less likely they are to believe in conspiracy theories – but not among Republicans, where more knowledge leads to greater belief in political conspiracies.The most popular of these conspiracy theories is the belief that President Obama is hiding important information about his background and early life, which would include what’s often referred to “birtherism.” Thirty-six percent of Americans think this is probably true, including 64 percent of Republicans and 14 percent of Democrats.” – Survey conducted by Fairleigh Dickinson
Not really all that surprising.
After all, GOP does stands for “Gullible Old People”, right?
Last year, Beck referred to Barack Obama—our country’s first African-American President–as a “racist… who has a deep-seated hatred for white people or the white culture.” When offered the chance to respond to Beck’s statements, his demon spawn either agreed with him or simply refused to believe that he had ever made them.
The overwhelmingly white crowd expressed paranoid and conspiratorial fears of multiculturalism—that atheists or black liberation theologists or radical Muslims or “free-loading” Latinos were going to ruin our country. There was the constant suggestion that white Christians and their way of life are somehow under assault,.
Interestingly also it seems that with over 1000 atendee’s there were only 35 good teeth between the bunch..