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April 4, 2014

Have They No Decency?


Posted by gerardvanderleun at April 4, 2014 9:12 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Bumblefuck was also against gay marriage in '08, wasn't he?

No decency, consistency, or anything resembling a philosophy. Just narcissism and greed.

Posted by: B Moe at April 4, 2014 11:20 AM

The only debating tactic that the left can still use is: "shut up". It is a demonstration of intellectual failure.

Posted by: Fat Man at April 4, 2014 1:32 PM

Exactly! Call them McCarthyists, and really burn their butts!

Posted by: Sam L. at April 4, 2014 4:50 PM

One word at a time they are destroying an entire language.

Welcome to the 21st Century Babel.

Posted by: ghostsniper at April 4, 2014 7:08 PM

Actually, no, they have no decency at all. It's all about flexing muscles and silencing enemies. In the Left's view, the worst crimes are thought crimes, because those show independence and deviance from the party line.

Posted by: waltj at April 4, 2014 10:30 PM

One thing overlooked in this witch hunt is that the majority of California voters (52% vs 48%) held the same position as Brendan Eich. Should we eject California from the Union for that?

Our current President also held the same opinion, although he has since evolved/flip-flopped. Interestingly, Darth Cheney, the embodiment of evil in the Bush admin had the opposite view, but being evil, somehow that doesn't count.

Posted by: SteveS at April 4, 2014 10:35 PM

I am a professional actor, among other things. A few years ago, when I made it clear my opposition to so-called gay marriage, an industrywide whisper and smear campaign was instituted against me. I was told by more than one colleague -- in no uncertain terms -- that I was an evil bigot. I was publicly insulted by people I had been friends with for years. I was disinvited from all industry events. All my then-current speaking engagements were cancelled peremptorily. Audition invitations ceased. I was roared at in bars, in professional conferences, and online. Web sites dedicated to shaming and ridiculing me were created. I was warned that my continued opposition would result in legal action, publicity, and boycotts of our family business. It was even suggested that this world would be a better place if I were beaten senseless or made to disappear.

My response: I gave them all the Finger, redoubled my public opposition to sodomy, and invited them to do their worst.

Result: after a few months of tolerably hard times, I refocused my career in another direction. I now have a higher income than I did before, opportunities are on the increase, and I live in a bigger house on a private lake in a swanky doctor-and-lawyer neighborhood. The hate websites are all gone. Some of my former friends, who once publicly repudiated me as an enemy of mankind, are now beginning to inquire if I might be interested in hanging out sometime. (To no avail; I now have a completely different and much more loyal set of friends.) I have since published another book (my second) and have two more in progress. One of the studios, at which I was bluntly informed I should never again show my face, is calling me in for parts again -- small parts, but paying work nonetheless. Hell, I even have a boat now.

But even if I and my family had been reduced to poverty, my response would have been the same. I would rather eat grass and live in a Dumpster than represent a lie as Truth.

Folks, don't surrender to these perverts and their mindless lackeys. Defy them. Scorn them. Fight back -- if not for God's sake, then for your own respect as a free man. And if it means you get the shit beaten out of you -- figuratively or literally -- then speak through your bloody teeth the following words: "You hit like a girl".

Never cave in to bullies. Never, never, never, never cave in to bullies. Stand up to them, despite them, and show them how a real man lives.

Or be their slave. Your choice.

Posted by: B Lewis at April 4, 2014 10:42 PM


I think BLewis' should be made the Comment of the Week. What say you?

Posted by: newton at April 5, 2014 12:56 AM

So say we all.

Posted by: Christopher Taylor at April 5, 2014 7:21 PM

I think that slavery is much maligned as a lifestyle, contrary to B Lewis' impassioned delivery. We here in the bible belt jest loves it.

Posted by: Honey Boo Boo at April 5, 2014 9:14 PM

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