Kiddo78

Friday, November 11, 2005

Go, Elephant! Sis boom bah...Rah Rah!!

WARNING: I'm on a tree stump.

Alright, I'll admit it. I'm a faggot Republican. Given my sexuality/generation/"audience"/friends, I'm hesitant to admit it, yet I'm not ashamed. In fact, I'm tired of being on the defensive about it. It's sad that I have to feel like this is yet, another, "thing" to hide from untrained ears, but it's true. This is not a "dig" on any, but I'm sick of feeling lambasted all the time by liberals. They clearly scream out their opinions left & right (and good - glad they do - it illustrates our democracy), but it seems that most Republicans our age shy away and keep their mouths shut. Why?? Because all of us, at some point, have expressed our opinion and, in return, have been literally yelled at for it. Lots of people in our generation seriously get angry when they discover a Bush supporter in their midst. I mean, violent. Others just become extremely vocal and declare their dismay. SO, to avoid hearing "What?? How can you even think that?!," most of we Republicans are kept in the closet. We only talk about it amongst ourselves.

Well, not I. Not anymore.

I'm a Republican. I'm so glad we are fighting the war on terror. I love big business. I love success stories like Trump's and Martha Stewart's (whether they're Dems or not). I love libertarianism. No offense to most of my friends, but I'm sick of liberals screaming their opinions on every street corner -- then myself feeling like I have to shut up & sit in the corner. I've just grown so weary of it.

I'm a recruiter. Therefore, my job/career relies on a healthy economy.

Yes, when G.W. was new in office, the economy busted -- I was laid off twice -- I had to change careers for a couple years because nobody was hiring recruiters. Was that G.W.'s fault? Certainly not. Did it have everything to do with a dot.com bust that no President could have prevented? YES. Did it have everything to do with the Sept. 11 Terrorist Attacks, which, by the way, were planned during Clinton's administration - ?? VERY. (I don't blame Clinton, but I'm sick of G.W. getting blamed for 9/11 -- he had been in office LESS THAN A YEAR!) If any president is to "blame," Clinton should be held just as accountable by anyone who points the finger at G.W. Anyway, the fact remains that our economy has rebounded and we are strong again. The proof lies in the fact that I'm busy hiring for new jobs and doing very well.

Before ye cast judgement, listen. My great-grandfather didn't support FDR...and he was a poor farmer in South Dakota -- so, you can see it's a family thing. I was raised Republican. Clearly, I don't support President Bush's opinion about the queers. But, really...this country has more to deal with than whether or not I can get my marriage recognized by the state/federal government. When society is ready for it, it will happen. And the church marriage thing? Moving to the other side: LISTEN YOU EXTREME RIGHT-WINGERS: we couldn't care less if your stupid church recognizes us. I want the goddamn right to see my partner in the hospital if he's dying of cancer (not AIDS - we don't all have it). Is that evil?? Is that going to make your husband/wife turn queer?? Ughh...that extreme conservatism frustrates me too.

Anyway -- Back to my own moderately conservative nature. In the meantime, I'd rather not see my Minneapolis IDS Tower (where I work), nor any other American city, be crashed in to by a plane. Fighting terrorism is what we should focus on.

Swear at me all you like. You won't change my mind - just as I won't change your mind. And don't even play the "uneducated" card. I went to college just like everyone else, and guess what? I studied my ass off and finished with a 3.6 GPA. I was accepted to law school (but decided not to go). So -- abandon any thought of my being uneducated and/or ill-informed.

I'm tired of feeling like I have to keep my mouth shut in order to appease the opinions of my peers. I won't do it anymore.

There - I feel better. Carry on.

Oh - and by the way, my Dad would have turned 59 today. Regardless of the message, I'm sure he's happy that I'm expressing my opinon. When he was teaching, he wore a button that said, "Impeach Nixon!" He wrote it on the chalkboard, too. I guess we're alike in our expressiveness.

70 Comments:

  • A gay Republican, eh? You have my respect.

    By Blogger Jill, at 1:54 AM  

  • My ex-partner of 6 years and current roommate is a Republican. Unfortunately, this means the freaking NRA and other unsavory institutions are constantly calling and mailing shit to us.

    By Blogger VeryApeAZ, at 2:07 AM  

  • omg, we totally need to start a club! what a great post. i may have to link to this in my next polital entry (although I think I need a break from the haters for at least a couple weeks!) :)

    By Blogger Brechi, at 9:02 AM  

  • You just came out of the republican closet!

    I won't judge you on your political views, we'll just have to concentrate on talking about celebrities instead if we ever meet!

    By Blogger Biglug, at 9:15 AM  

  • I can't believe you posted this while I was travelling!!! I would have posted a big ol sympathy post, as a fellow homo Republican.

    I know at least one other blogger who's one of us and hasn't outed himself yet. hint... hint...

    cheers to the Grand Old Party, warts and all.

    By Blogger PJS, at 1:47 PM  

  • Ok, first, I admire your conviction. Second, no opinion on Republicans or Democrats. I vote for the best candidate. Third, GWB is not him. And you know full well why I feel this way, Kiddo. He's, uh, "articulately challenged". That's all I'm saying.

    By Blogger zeppgoddess, at 6:34 PM  

  • Who cares if you're a republican, it's the supporting Bush that befuddles.

    I would like to clarify one thing, though. The idea that Republicans sit quietly on the side while the Democrats and liberals "clearly scream out their opinions left & right" is a an invective statement that is echoed by the liberals about the Republicans. It all depends on what side you're on. I for one, feel like I hear very little from my fellow liberals, while lunatic rants from people like O'Reilly, Limbaugh, Zell Miller, Ann Coulter, the majority of the senate, and every Garage Logic fan out there seem deafening.

    We are probably both right.

    By Blogger dan, at 2:52 PM  

  • I meant just normal people you see everyday...like people on the bus, at restaurants, friends, etc...

    By Blogger Kiddo78, at 6:34 PM  

  • wow. just...wow.

    By Blogger Robert, at 1:48 PM  

  • More power to you for having your own beliefs and convictions. I consider myself "middle of the road" and I work for the most powerful Democrat in my state! I think it comes down to this: I am secure enough in my own beliefs to be OK if someone else doesn't believe the same way I believe. Those who yell and get angry from the get go need to grow some balls and consider why it is they need everyone to view things the same way as they do in order to be happy with themselves. The world would be a boring (and dangerous!) place if we all had the same views. I'm proud of you for sticking up for what you believe in. Screw the rest of em'! :o)

    By Blogger AmyD, at 4:44 PM  

  • To each his or her own but with the huge amount of energy and money big-wig GOP's are puting into the marriage ammendment, I honestly can't see why any out homosexual would think like you.

    By Anonymous dolly, at 2:02 PM  

  • I was born a Republican too, but I didn't have to stay one. I got smart, and realized that being gay trumps being rich any day. To paraphrase your friend (whom I voted for, BTW) Ronald Reagan, I didn't leave the Republican Party; the Republican Party left ME.

    And trust me, any idiot can get a GPA of 3.6 these days. I should know - I parcel out grades. All you're proving is that it doesn't take much intelligence to get through an undergrad program (or into law school).

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:12 PM  

  • After today's vote to allow 165,000 poor children starve with no assitance are you still a republican?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:19 PM  

  • Since Dubya came to office there are fewer jobs, a higher deficit, and more people around the world now believe Americans are the terrorists. But I guess you're still proud you voted to volunteer yourself and me as second class citizens.

    By Anonymous Avoiding you in Minneapolis, at 2:23 PM  

  • Go to the conservative, Republican site www.freerepublic.com, type in "homosexual" or "gay", and see how those people spit on, hate, and revile people like you. And they think Log Cabin Republicans are a joke and make the party look bad. Why you would want to belong to a party that does not want you as a member is beyond me...

    By Anonymous not a Republican, at 2:24 PM  

  • in the words of a good friend of mine:

    republicans: the party of greed.

    By Anonymous Dr Buzzard, at 2:27 PM  

  • Overthrowing Saddam and hastily setting up unstable local governments does not equal fighting terrorism. This term "War on Terror" is a complete misnomer.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:37 PM  

  • So you're a proud member of Jews for Hitler! Good for you.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:46 PM  

  • Kiddo78, you have a terminal case of gayface.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:48 PM  

  • That was a thoughtful post, Kiddo78, and your insight appreciated.

    You might like republicans but remember this always:

    they hate your queer ass

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:49 PM  

  • How's the view up their in your high ivory tower?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 2:51 PM  

  • Before we attacked Iraq, the Iraqis believed their fight against Iran was one of secularist Islam versus fundamentalist Islam. Now Iraq has a constitution based on fundamentalist Islamic law. We spent how many hundreds of millions of dollars and wasted thousands of American and Iraqi lives for that. Oh and to make Halliburton rich.

    By Anonymous Former G.I., at 2:52 PM  

  • true dat, former g.i.

    war profiteers make me sick.

    which really means =

    rich republicans make me sick.

    lining up their pockets on the backs of 2K+ dead US soldiers and countless (literally) innocent Iraq civilians.

    bleh.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:11 PM  

  • As an ex-republican I can't compliment you on your decision. Your understanding of the economy is extremely poor. George Bush has been in office 58 months and the percentage of people employed (a different and much more important figure than the percentage unemployed) has gone down in 54 of those months. We now have no more of our population working than France and Germany, whose "unemployment" rates are double ours. Indeed, since much of our population is working part time or temp, the situation here is really worse than in Europe. The government said the economy grew 19% during Bush's first four years, 10% of which was growth and 9% inflation. But they got this number by changing the way inflation was counted repeatedly to minimize it by hedonic pricing, imputed prices, changing the market basket to reflect low interest rates but not high asset prices, etc. By 1980 standards, we had 0% growth and 19% inflation. In other words, there was no job growth because there was no economic growth, not because economic laws have changed. The only thing that prevented a depression was a rapid increase in credit which is unsustainable because the very low interest rates Bush has kept have starved the economy of investment. In almost all states median family income declined between 5 and 12% since 1999, and the total personal income reported to the IRS declined for the first time since the Great Depression, something that never happened in recessions of 1958, 1973, 1982, and 1991. G.W. Bush turned in the worst economic performance since the Great Depression and mainly it was his fault, due to irresponsible policies. You see, the wealthy do not drive the economy, the middle class do. So when you keep taxes on working people flat and give money to the rich, you reduce aggregate consumption. Keeping interest rates too low encourages disinvestment in America. No serious attempt has been made to tame corporate corruption, and the system of corporate governance has completely broken down. The average CEO is a thief and the average accountant a fraud. George Bush can be held partly responsible for these trends because he was part of them -- his company Harken Energy used the same fake-sale of liabilities fraud Enron was caught doing. And the Administration represents foreign outsourcing as a good thing, when perfectly mobile capital and captive labor markets is NOT free enterprise but slavery. The period of highest growth in the American economy was the 1950's, when taxes on the rich were also the highest in history. The current attempt to lower American workers' incomes neglects the fact that it is the American MANAGER who is uncompetitive internationally, much more than the workers.
    What would cure your wrong-headedness is what cured me. I went to live in the Deep South, where the republican agenda of low taxes, privatization, no unions, and pro-business legislation has always prevailed, under both Democrats and Republicans. The result is chronic widespread poverty, an ignorant and unskilled labor force, and corruption so endemic people don't understand that it is wrong.
    This is the result not of southern stupidity, but of the long term impact of republicanism.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:18 PM  

  • Wow, a self-hating gay man. How unique. I think its great that you support a political party dedicated to the marginilization of the gay community. So brave. Such conviction.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:20 PM  

  • In the words of Penelope Cruz in Vanilla Sky:
    "open your eyes!"

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 5:28 PM  

  • Kiddo,

    It's not ALL ABOUT YOU!

    You should know that GWB does not represent the Republican values of Ike or even Reagan.

    This is a man who only function is to be a puppet for the neocons.

    By Anonymous reformed Republican, at 5:39 PM  

  • As a gay man I might even agree with you that queer marriage shouldn't be the most important issue. Although it might be enough to hate Bush, let's say there were other things to admire about him. But that's where you lose me. Just because you're educated doesn't mean you're informed and you make that very clear by trying to continue the bullsh*t that the "war on terror" is the same as the "war on Iraq". The war in Iraq didn't become the war on terror until Bush's war decimated the country and created a breeding ground for terrorists. Anyone who links those two together has been doing little more than watching Fox News. And how wholeheartedly humane of you to determine the state of the economy by how many people you have hired and how much money you have made. I've worked with recruiters and they are maybe 1/2 step above telemarketers on the food chain. And I'm being generous. Somewhere in the afterlife that's a tear in your father's eye. He may have been brave enough to call for Nixon's resignation. You're just a coward who sells out to his sexuality and to his country. I wouldn't worry much about gay marriage. There will be few takers.

    By Anonymous Anti-Peg, at 5:58 PM  

  • Gay republican. Or horrible writer. Which is worse? I suppose having had to slag through your mindnumbing ramble I'd say the later. Get an editor.

    Yawn.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:05 PM  

  • I'm really sorry for you. I know that being a Republican is in your family, but one of the great things about growing up and being an adult is that you can form your own opinions. The Republican party has had a disastrous affect on the world. Our economy is in the tank, the environment is taking a beating, and our civil liberties are slowly but surely being eroded. As a gay man, I'd hope you have enough pride in yourself to rage against their homophobic policies. As a human, I wish you had enough of a heart to see that the Republican party is horrible for everyone... who isn't a well to do white male.

    By Blogger rocky, at 6:17 PM  

  • if you're a Republican because you were raised that way, then you should be a hetero because your parents undoubtedly raised you that way as well. hypocrite. nothing worse than a hypocrite.

    By Anonymous didn't drink the Kool-aid, at 6:21 PM  

  • I'm sure that whole homo marriage thing will suddenly become vital when you and your future partner when that money you work so hard for and the retirment is taxed at a higher rate when you are required by law to file as single men.

    Quit thinking so selfishly about your society. There's a strong likelihood you have benefitted and will benefit because of others who do so.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:21 PM  

  • "Somewhere in the afterlife that's a tear in your father's eye. "

    Wow, the tear is in My eye. what a travesty this whole forum exposes-delusion, purblind ideas for the sake of personal gain, terrible! what a horrible world this young man leads himself into....

    By Anonymous frank, at 9:22 PM  

  • What? No response from the proud gay Republican? I guess when faced with hard hitting adverse and credible responses he becomes silent. You cannot deny Kiddo, that they make lots of sense.

    Simply put, a gay man supporting the Republican party is tantamount to the Jews supporting Hitler, as indicated previously!

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:13 PM  

  • Hey, how come everyone who had something negative to say about this post did so under anonymity? If you have something to say, show your face, fuckers! Oh, I know - why don't you start your OWN blog and have your pathetic little "I need to feel important" party THERE.

    Sorry Kiddo, but it really bothers me sometimes when people can't seem to get over the fact that the world doesn't revolve on THEIR ass. GAWD!!!!!!!!!!!

    By Blogger AmyD, at 11:24 PM  

  • AmyD = extremely fat.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:30 PM  

  • As you may have noticed, the effeminate hysterics at a website devoted to such people (datalounge) have found your blog.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:41 PM  

  • How many times can one person turn 29? AmyD has done it 5 years in a row, which must be some kind of record. An earlier poster called her "fat", which is ridiculous. 250 pound women arent fat, they're obese. Huge difference. Also, standing outside of malls collecting signatures on petitions demanding access ramps for your scooter isnt a "job". Nor does sending said petitions to your local democratic representative equate with "employment".

    By Anonymous AmyD_is_a_Hausfrau, at 1:07 AM  

  • what a pity that amy hasn't actually READ any of the comments posted here. many which posit very sensible thoughts. hopefully her friend "Kiddo" will.

    By Anonymous effeminate, hysterical and proud to be me, at 8:13 AM  

  • AmyD you poor thing, no wonder you're so uptight, you don't have a man, which means in your Hausfrau area, you are a misfit.

    Stop taking it out on us liberal gays, and take it out on the Hausfrau suad in your area... they are very diabolical.

    By Anonymous AmyD is a Sad Fag Hag, at 9:08 AM  

  • Meant to say "Hausfrau Squad"

    By Anonymous AmyD is a sad Fag Hag, at 9:09 AM  

  • No. Kiddo78 isn't the slightest bit effeminate. Not. At. All.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:04 AM  

  • yay. flame war. my favorite. I don't know Amy, but she sounds positively delightful.

    as for the gay, republican blogger, this effeminate, gay liberal thinks you are an idiot. Minnesota at risk of a terror attack? Bwahahah. It's always the most safe that buy into fear most easily.

    The republicans have succeeded in spreading their message of fear, obviously. This country is not innately conservative. GWB won a second term only because he was able to convince people like you that we would not be safe under the Democrats. It's a fraud, of course. After the collapse of Communism, it appeared that the Republicans had lost their lock on the white house. They had lost their enemy. But now they've got the terrorists. They project an image of strength, resolve, and determination, and people bought into it. Fear is powerful.

    What's amazing is that even after the Republicans have proven themselves incompetent (Iraq, not capturing Osama, Katrina, etc), some people still think they are safer under GWB. Based on their ability to lower their voices and sound commanding. People are stupid.

    By Anonymous r11 from another thread, at 11:10 AM  

  • Kiddo, you're kidding yourself. For someone who thinks of himself as bright, you're working at cross-purposes, which is never effective.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 11:20 AM  

  • The fallacy in your argument, Kiddo, is that it ignores the reality that the Bush administration's misadventures in Iraq have likely rendered us *more* vulnerable to terrorists, not less. I'm all for fighting the war on terror too; the problem is Iraq has little to do with it. The hundreds of billions of dollars we're spending there could be much more effectively used to root out Al-Qaeda cells and secure our borders and ports of entry (did you know that 95% of the cargo entering this country isn't even inspected?). Instead, we're throwing money down the toilet in a country we will soon be exiting -- I'd be shocked if we don't pull out entirely before the midterm elections next year, particularly if Republican poll numbers are still in the shitter -- and leaving to disintegrate into civil war.

    You say you're college-educated, but you don't sound terribly educated on the *real* reasons for terror (and how to stop it), and why radical Islamics hate America. (Hint: it has nothing to do with them "hating freedom" and everything to do with our support for Israel.)

    By Blogger kirker, at 6:02 PM  

  • Well I never thought I'd be posting on a homosexual blog. But I agree with this blogger. The American people have spoken so loudly that even gays like this guy are coming to their senses and recognizing the fact that gays getting married is not appropriate for America.

    When the rest of the gays follow his example and come to their senses maybe they'll stop trying to divide this great country and pull with the rest of us against the terrorists.

    It's not "cool," "sophisticated," or "revolutionary" to keep pushing the gay rights agenda. It's just divisive and wrong. Put your country before yourself and fight with us, not against us.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 6:15 PM  

  • "It's not "cool," "sophisticated," or "revolutionary" to keep pushing the gay rights agenda."

    Huh? what of the "homosexual agenda" is being pushed upon you, 6.15?
    People getting married everyday in my neighhood don't mean a fig to me either way. why should you care? why is that somehow more important that security and prosperity of the US and the world at large? you seem to have watched FOXNET a bit too much and need to get out and get some fresh air, sonny.

    By Anonymous mom, at 8:13 PM  

  • None of the snide, catty responses here is even one-tenth as damning as the approval of a knuckledragging, extra-chromosome fascist like anon 6:15. For such people to be on his side should wake up even a shallow, narcissistic twit like kiddo.

    And yes, he does have one of the most severe cases of gayface that I have ever seen, but that's beside the point.

    By Anonymous Pootie, at 8:23 PM  

  • My pussy stinks!

    By Anonymous Cheryl, at 10:34 PM  

  • I can see the mind-numbed automatons of the Left (or should I say the diversity-loving Left) have found your blog. More power to you, bro. There are lots of us Republican fags out there (they just aren't all as cute as you).

    By Anonymous tiredfrogkissr, at 2:32 AM  

  • Gay republicans are as pathetic and self-loathing as jewish Nazis. Bush is completely incompetent, and the Republican party is completely corrupt. They lie almost constantly, spinning and saying anything to gain a little more power and a lot more money. They're bankrupting the country with their fiscal irresponsibility, and they've massively grown the federal goverment's power and size faster and to a greater extent than any other president in the last hundred years. And he's harboring a traitor, putting party and power above the good of the country.

    For a gay man to suppor the most anti-gay, anti-minority, anti-working-class party is just reprehensible. Your ignorance and self-loathing are stunning to me. You don't have to be a Democrat or a Liberal, but look at the Repulbican party closely, and you'll easily see that no sane, rational person, let alone a sane and rational GAY person, should ever support ANYONE in the Republican Party. Period.

    You should be ashamed of yourself, and ashamed of the people who have destroyed conservatism over the last 20 years, making the Republican party nothing more than a propaganda and political arm of the fasciast religious right.

    Wake up and smell the coffee. Stop being so gullible. Stop supporting the liars, the cheats, the corrupt, the cronism, and the incompetent fascists destroying this country and everything it has ever stood for.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:20 AM  

  • Republicans: the party of bigotry, the party of anti-science, the party of anti-equal rights for gays, the party of corruption, the party of cronism, the party of lies and deceit, the party of torture, the party of "government in your bedroom", the anti-environment party, the anti-education party, the anti-choice party, the party of illegal invasions on made-up, trumped-up lies, the party of utter incompetence in governance and deplomacy, the party of divisiveness, the party of hate, the party of ignorance...

    What exactly is there to be proud of?

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 3:24 AM  

  • You fucking queers are unbelievable. When the Republican and Democrats finally agree to put you all in camps, I for one will cheer. The cleansing of America is finally at hand, and I know where I stand.

    More power to kiddo78! When the day of reckoning comes (likely around the time oil hits $300 a barrel and everyone is starving and pissed off), I'll be at the train station, throwing rocks and screaming "Achtung, Faggots!"

    By Anonymous AmyD, at 6:01 AM  

  • obviously queer-mo "Kiddo" has a very good friend in "amy d".

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 10:05 AM  

  • AmyD, if you feel this hateful towards gays, you will also be stoning the self-loathing, Repug (aka Kiddo78). Bet the person you work for would love to know about your enlightened views about gays.

    Kiddo, because you can't get married or have equivalent civil rights, you have no guarantee of being at your partner's bedside should he be sick. This is esp true if his family doesn't like you or his homosexuality. I used to volunteer at a legal hospice for AIDS patients, and you would not believe the horror stories they told me about their families and lovers.

    BTW, the Repug govt you claim to adore in no way resembles the Repuglican party of even Reagan or Bush 41. 43 likes to spend, a lot. Lots of favors to repay and so little time.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:51 PM  

  • Good Democratic Gays, don't waste your time with this smarmy self-loathing Republicunt and his Eva Braun, AmyD.

    I hope the both of them perish in a plane crash together on their way to see Bush on his way out of Washington after resigning in disgrace in 2006.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:57 PM  

  • Let's see... which president has borrowed more money than all other presidents combined? That would be George W. Bush.

    Under which president did the per-capita federal spending actually decline ... the ONLY president for which this has occured in the last century? William J. Clinton.

    Under which president has the per-capita federal spending risen the fastest, EXCLUDING any expenses for the military or wars? George W. Bush.

    Under which president have civil rights and constitutional rights eroded the most? George W. Bush.

    Under which president did we balance the budget and get a surplus? William J. Clinton.

    The Republicans control both houses of congress, AND the Presidency, and what happened to the size of government, the power of federal government, and the size of the deficit? Each has grown faster than ever before in history.

    Gee, you think Republicans lie about that whole "small government" thing? Hrm? Or that whole cutting spending thing? Or that whole fiscal responsibility thing?

    Look at what Republicans DO, not what they say. They're notorious liars and spinners... EVERYTHING is politics with them, and they'll say or do anything to grab a little more power or a little more money for themselves. Ignore their words and look at their actions, and see them for what they are: a party and a president that are completely unworthy of your support.

    Especially as a gay man. Shame on you.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 1:01 AM  

  • Amy, honey, did you forget to take your meds again? You know what they told you at the home about what would happen if you slacked off again.

    By Anonymous Amy's Mom, at 1:39 AM  

  • Wow, not sure how someone made that last VERY negative/prejudice/hateful comment look like it was me who posted it, but at least I know I can look myself in the mirror tonight knowing I'm not actually that hateful or desperate of a person. Oh, and I'm not fat, either, but I really don't give a shit if you think I am. Loser(s).

    By Blogger AmyD, at 3:58 PM  

  • Amy dear, we know you're lying again. please, just get some chamomile tea and go to bed. everything will be alright after the med's kick in and you wake up in the morinng.

    By Anonymous amy's mom, at 9:49 PM  

  • Although many of the comments here are authentic and I hope will give pause for thought, this blog is being trolled.

    There's no argument to win here. The troll gets off on your reaction and engagement. I strongly recommend not doing so anymore.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 7:42 AM  

  • A proud gay member of a party that wants nothing to do with you, that has no respect for your "lifestyle" and that actively wants to take away your rights?

    You are truly pathetic.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:01 AM  

  • With all due respect, miss, but I have problems of my own.

    Miss Carey

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:08 AM  

  • Looks like the creator of this site is the one doing the trolling. He posted a link to his own site meter (which reqires a unique username with a numeric element) to a widely trafficked gay message board, and the meter shows thousands of hits during well-known low-traffic periods on the web. The page view data also shows an average of only one page view per hit, which leads one to believe that there is some sort of an automated bot used in tandem with a proxy. The proxy hides the identity of a unique IP address such that it shows up on sitemeters as coming from a multitude of sources worldwide. This explains the hits from places all over the world:

    http://www.sitemeter.com/default.asp?action=stats&site=sm5kiddo78&report=8

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:23 AM  

  • You must be living in a fantasy world. The Republicans do indeed have control of the presidency, both houses of congress and will most likely soon have control of the Supreme Court. They are making a mockery of all three branches of government. I once had faith in this system, but to see your party undermine the checks and balances designed to protect “We the People” turns my stomach. Where is the accountability, where is the justice and where is the apology this Nation, under God, so deserves? The deficit is at a record high, our young men and women are dying to instill a form of government in Iraq that your party seems hell-bent on proving is dysfunctional, at best. Republicans spend a considerable amount of time crying about putting prayer in schools, but seem unconcerned about those same schools’ funding (I thought it was “no child left behind”) and President Bush’s penchant for cronyism has cost an untold number of lives here on our own soil. Many people voted against their own best interests because the Republicans ran on a red herring ticket of hate and discrimination. There are real problems here behind the aforementioned smoke screens. Believe me, I am not whining. I'm angry at the abhorrent behavior this administration has displayed to the American People and the rest of the world. I only we hope we are ready to galvanize and vote out your pitiful constituency of paper tigers.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 9:43 AM  

  • Raised Satanist by Catholics, spawned by Satan Him Self (Daddy!), I am devoutly Catholic because of the mystery of the faith and also knowing that infiltration is key to getting at the marrow.
    I totally get your drift.
    Let's bark at the moon together.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:07 PM  

  • Wow...this is the first I've even noticed the barrage of comments. And I thought all the traffic was from the Goonies post. My only response is, you won't change my mind and I (certainly) won't change yours! BTW, the "party" certainly hasn't dedicated itself to "bringing down" gay people. That's just silly to even say.

    By Blogger Kiddo78, at 6:50 PM  

  • I hope one day to have PJ make sense of all of this to me, because the whole concept for which you stand seems counter to what it means to be an evolved, whole human being; or at least a whole human being with concerns beyond the wallet and self-preservation. I don't say that as an insult, but more of a way to clarify why I don't get it. If the material world is the only concern, then I get it, but I wouldn't relate, yet if relationships, rights, and peace are even remotely important to a Republican (let alone a GAY Republican), the whole things seems so contradictory. I'm not a Democrat, btw, just someone who doesn't understand.

    By Blogger CocteauBoy, at 10:05 PM  

  • Bush would still cut your penis off if he knew where you were putting it.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 8:01 PM  

  • I am still shocked at some of the "evovled" liberals who spew such hatred on this post. Mind you, most of my friends completely disagree with my tendency to lean more toward the Republicans. In reality, that means I agree more with liberal Republicans...maybe even conservative Dems. I learn every day. Amy D. is not an Ava Braun, nor even close. The one who posted that really awful comment is not the same person.
    I am DONE defending my educated opinion...other than to say, I am not the equivalent of a Jewish person supporting the Nazis. In fact, how dare you compare Republicans to the Nazi Party? That is completely ridiculous. MOST Republicans are not apart of the extreme, ridiculous right. Just b/c you're gay doesn't mean you have to be anti-Republican. Maybe a new party should be become well-known? For instance, Libertarian??

    By Blogger Kiddo78, at 6:02 AM  

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