Who Hijacked Our Country

Thursday, December 10, 2009


The plot keeps thickening. First it was just one of those wacky news items. One of the world’s most brutal violent countries is just about to start executing people for the crime of being gay. And there would also be a huge jail sentence for knowing that a person is gay and not reporting him/her to the authorities.

And then other stories started surfacing. Some of America’s sickest sickfucks were actually “behind” this new law in Uganda. And then the meaning of “behind” kept changing. First it just meant the snakehandlers were in favor of this new law — green with envy that finally, somewhere, political correctness would be pushed aside and Jesus would prevail.

And then “behind” started meaning that some of America’s nastiest Salem Witchhunters had actually traveled to Uganda and pushed and prodded and lobbied for them to pass this law. And the Who’s Who of Biblefucks just keeps growing.

Remember, Watergate started out as just a “third rate burglary” which was completely unauthorized by those in power. The Nixon Administration was just shocked — Shocked! — that a few gung go stupid underlings could have gotten so carried away; could have so blatantly misunderstood their instructions.

And pretty soon we had the Watergate coverup. And then the coverup of the coverup. And the coverup to cover up the coverup…

And now Ugandagate is growing and spreading its tentacles deeper and deeper into the American Conservative Biblehump Racist community. More and more wingtards who have publicly expressed “regret” and “shock” and “well, I agree with them but I would never go THAT far” are being implicated.

Here’s a partial list of America’s retarded hate-spewing Taliban wannabes who are trying to export the 14th century Spanish Inquisition to 21st century Africa:

Scott Lively, a preacher and the author of The Pink Swastika, which “warns” of the Homosexual Agenda and their plan to take over the world. An Episcopal minister from Zambia has described Scott Lively’s book as: "The U.S. culture wars have been exported to Africa.“

Exported! Now see, America does TOO export something: “Christian” hatred. So there.

Oklahoma Senator James Inhofe has taken at least twenty “missionary” trips overseas, using military transport and paid for by American taxpayers. Most of these trips have been to Uganda. The Bible-groveling Rick Warren and Senators Sam Brownback and Tom Coburn are also involved to a lesser extent (so far).

And now The Family is embroiled in this whole cesspool.

For more information about The Family (aka The Fellowship) and how they’ve been manipulating American citizens behind the scenes since the 1930s, check this out.

As they say: curiouser and curiouser.

Gee, what could the world possibly think of the United States of America? And why would they think that way?

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Anonymous S.W. Anderson said...

This ought to generate public outrage and a backlash against "The Family" and its apparent exporting of ignorance and intolerance. Somehow, I doubt the MSM will dig into it and give it the kind of coverage that might cause that to happen.

Hey, they've got Sarah Palin and Tiger Woods to go on and on and on about. You know, the really important stuff.

December 10, 2009 at 1:15 AM  
Blogger Randal Graves said...

Uganda is in Africa. Kenya is in Africa. Hussein X is from Kenya. Just sayin', hippie.

God Bless Christmas!

December 10, 2009 at 8:00 AM  
Blogger lisa said...

And soon this will be allowed here then who will you blame?


December 10, 2009 at 9:37 AM  
Blogger Holte Ender said...

I for one will blame people like you Lisa.

December 10, 2009 at 10:17 AM  
Anonymous Jess said...

Apparently the walking, talking infection, Christianist that is lil Ricky Warren, has come out against this. Too bad it took this international fuckwit so long to do it. DK had a diary this morning on it. Don't ask if I hate the guy, I do. So much I have been collecting his "purpose driven" book and mailing it back to him with porn magazine pages instead of the pages he wrote inside it.


December 10, 2009 at 11:05 AM  
Anonymous Jess said...

I forgot your little addition Lisa. In what world would you ask such an inane question, ...who would you blame? Here is my short list for starters. I am certain others can add to this for you. If left up to the fundies and those tighty righties who think sex is teh icky and should only be reserved for man on top woman on bottom now go in and out people for start. That is who would be first in line to demonize teh gheyz. Oh wait, they do that already don't they Jess? Why yes, yes they do Jess. These are the same people that get off on getting the freak on in cemeteries, getting their little bums powdered in diapers and drugging woman to have auto erotic sex with them even though the woman has said no. See one Jetton(sp) for the last one. I don't want to hear one friggin word about, oh no we are not like that, it is only some on the right. BULLSHIT, if left up to the good true talibangelical christianinsts in America, this would be happening already.

December 10, 2009 at 11:12 AM  
Blogger lisa said...

Jess do you mean people like this who wear diapers?


December 10, 2009 at 11:40 AM  
Blogger Lew Scannon said...

OMG! Lisa's right! Unless we round up all the Mooslems in this country and place them in interment camps they will take over and deprive the Religious right their desire to round up all the homosexuals and make them cuddle with Richard Cohen in order to be degayed. And remember, Republicans love freedom and President Obama is a secret Mooslem fascist!

December 10, 2009 at 12:05 PM  
Blogger Miss Kitty said...

Ooooh. This gets uglier every time I see a new tidbit on it.

As longtime Bible Belt residents, my family and I have seen LOTS of this kind of crap. What's funny/strange is that in these Bible-thumping families and communities, there are always a few folks in the closet--not that you couldn't already tell they weren't hetero. One family friend has TWO siblings that I'm pretty sure are closeted, but they're in such denial that not even THEY know it. Meanwhile, of this family friend's six siblings, three have committed suicide.

OK, I could be wrong. But it's really sad.

December 10, 2009 at 12:18 PM  
Blogger Miss Kitty said...

I'm not even sure Lisa is a woman, so ignore "her." :-P

December 10, 2009 at 12:18 PM  
Anonymous Jolly Roger said...

lisa the complete idiot trolled,

Jess do you mean people like this who wear diapers?

Leave Dave Vitter out of this.

December 10, 2009 at 12:35 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

Lisa if I thought it would do you any good, I would come to where you are and shake some sense into you. We could go on all day with your You tube clips and mine. The BIG, HUGE difference is, those on the right are the "family values" party that decided to go all in on the you shouldn't be allowed to get YOUR freak on but they want to fly their own freak flag pretty damn high. These people want to discriminate against others who want to live their lives with the person of their choice. You want to do that, go to it. As for me, myself and I, if I thought it would do any good, I would get my narrow ass to DC, screw a few of these righties, men and women and tape it for everyone to see what hypocrites they are. Most of them need a good lay so they know what they are missing, I would be willing to take one for the team.

December 10, 2009 at 12:52 PM  
Blogger lisa said...

Right Jess so because they stand for family values they are held to a higher standard and becuse people like Barney Frank who "unkowningly" had a male prostitute service based in his apartment for young boys but that's okay for him to be a sleaze bag because that's what "he" stands for and gets a standing oavation from the rest of the sleaze bags on the congress floor. Oh he isn't wonderful for admitting he's gay.

December 10, 2009 at 1:57 PM  
Blogger lisa said...

Lew I never calld Obama a Moooslem. I even defend the fact that "Hussein" is more than likely his Christian name.

December 10, 2009 at 1:59 PM  
Blogger lisa said...

Jess do you think we would never grant Sharia Law here?

Don't you know there is a real effort to have that here?

If so then you should be against it even any effort to impose it especially being a woman.

Hmm the silence is deafening.

December 10, 2009 at 2:12 PM  
Blogger lisa said...

Jess before you jump to your usual conclusions ad go all anti Catholic/pro Islam on me I didn't mean Sharia Law to be imposed on Americans although I am sure there would be some concessions to accommodate it like say cab drivers refusing to pick up people with alcohol of a dog or installing foot baths in the University of MN.
It should not be allowed here period due to it's sexist and discriminatory views.
I am sure though you could list a few reasons why those things are fine with you.

December 10, 2009 at 2:43 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

Lisa we are not talking tit for tat with who can come up with the scandals. What part of hypocrite are you having difficulty with here? For me to go around saying you are a man or a woman and you can't do anything against what society deems "normal" and then going and doing it myself is not a family value, it is hate wrapped up in nice words. Are ya feeling me now on this or should I keep going for you? When you have been against all types of gay initiatives and then get yourself busted with a "wide stance" and then deny it, that makes one a hypocrite. This is just one of the many "real" Americans stories. I could go on and on but I am tired out from volunteering today. When you deny one person his or her right to be with the one they love it is denied to all of us.

Lisa then added more blabs to the blabs above, which I will now give it the college try to answer. Even though my fear is, it will fall on ears closed to other views.

Jess do you think we would never grant Sharia Law here? (ME)It won't happen because there are too many atheists like me, that would haul someone's ass to court rather than see some ayatollah like society. The reps are already trying to do this, so you should concentrate on fixing that party you belong to from the inside yourself.

Don't you know there is a real effort to have that here? (ME)AYUP and I fight it with all I have going to protests locally when needed, calling my congress critters when necessary and contributing to groups that take care of this for a living. Example, ACLU, yep a proud card carrying member of the ACLU since I was 14 or so.

If so then you should be against it even any effort to impose it especially being a woman. (ME)It shouldn't matter whether we are women or not, this affects those men we hang around with also you know. At the very least, it affects the evolved men that I tend to hang around.

Hmm the silence is deafening. (ME) The only reasoning the silence is deafening is because 1) this is letters on a keyboard and 2) you don't want to listen to anyone as has been made all too painfully obvious since I have been coming to Mr Harper's virtual home here. Hope this helps you delve into the mind that is one Jessica Marie L_____.

Oh and for the record, I am not anti Islam or anti Catholic, individuals or anti any religious individual, I am anti the hierarchy of those organizations. You have to be kind of stupid to hold the people accountable for the choices the toffee noses make. Maybe you do that, not me. This would make one of us not very smart and the other, well...smarter. I'm sure if left up to your own devices, and given some time to ponder it, you can figure out which is which in our dynamic.
Lately there have been a couple of days where I wished I was a religious woman, I would send all kinds of people to hell just for being here and wasting my oxygen.

December 10, 2009 at 3:53 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

SW: Surprisingly, I did this post after watching a program about it on MSNBC last night. I don't usually watch news or political stuff on TV but our internet was down all day yesterday. Rachel Maddow was interviewing that author, Scott Lively. She was making him squirm and bob and weave all over the place. She also interviewed somebody else afterward, I forget his name, but I think he was a member of The Family. I was really fuming during the whole program; I couldn't wait for our ISP to come back up so I could do a post about it.

Randal: Uh oh, it's that infamous Obama Kenya Uganda connection again.

Lisa: Who needs Sharia when we already have a bunch of rightwing foaming "Christian" Fundamentalists?

Holte: Me too.

Jess: Now that these assholes are in the spotlight, they're squirming and backtracking and sputtering "oh, what I meant was..." and "I'm against it and I tried to talk them out of it." That makes them all the more contemptible. If they're gonna be Taliban wannabes, they can at least own up to it.

Lew: Damn right. We can't let Muslims take over and start persecuting everybody. That's Rick Warren's job.

Miss Kitty: You're right, it really is ugly and getting uglier. That's a tragic story. I suppose religion has some good points, but it sure does bring out the persecution and hatred.

Ah yes, the Lisa mystery continues...

JR: Good one.

Jess: I'm afraid you're wasting your time. Righties always act surprised and befuddled when you try to explain to them that a Biblethumping "family values" type will always be judged more harshly when they themselves are caught violating their own rules. "What, somebody should be held to a higher standard just because he believes in God and loves his family?"

It's impossible to argue with those people. They either fire back their talking points, or they act all befuddled and helpless and you have to walk them through every simple thing.

Lisa: Instead of clicking on "Publish Your Comment" after every sentence, why don't you just try to get it all into one comment?

December 10, 2009 at 3:55 PM  
Blogger lisa said...

they were after thoughts Tom

December 10, 2009 at 4:18 PM  
Anonymous Bee said...

Lisa, I'd blame you and yours for starters. The ideology on your side is venemous, spiteful and now you can add murderous - because your little icons have just started a genocide on another fucking continent. Does that really not give you the slightest pause? Well, dear, it should. It really should.

Tom, this situation truly horrifies me - those sick bastards are basically starting another genocide in Africa, like they need another Rwanda...or Darfur...or Ethiopia... All in the pursuit of living out their own personal little sick fantasies of witch-burnings brought to the 21st century.

December 10, 2009 at 4:29 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

Was it this guy Tom. He wouldn't even answer her question whether or not he still had same sex meet ups when he got married. They keep talking out of both sides of their faces. Gotta keep in good with the tea baggers you know, who want to have America be a straight white Christian nation just like God intended when he waved the magic wand over the seas and created us. I am SO glad people like me will be the make up of the country in the future. I am of Indian(East), German, Hispanic and some other gobbeldeygook stuff in there heritage. The more comments you have I think it shows the more your page views are. You should just let Lisa yak on so you get more page hits. Just my .02 worth for all that is worth :)


December 10, 2009 at 4:50 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

Here is some stuff from one of the diarists that has been following all the religious rights antics for a while Tom. Lil Ricky apparently doesn't like that people are calling him on his anti gay crusade.


December 10, 2009 at 5:29 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Bee: Yup, this is just what Africa needs -- more hatred and bigotry being exported by the U.S. I guess the world would be a better place if only there could be more genocide.

Jess: Yup, that was him. I'd forgotten his name, and then when I found the Google link to Scott Lively, I thought that was who I had seen on TV. But it was Richard Cohen. He looks sort of like a dorkier version of Alfred E. Newman.

I couldn't get the Rick Warren link to work. But I like that title, "I'm not conspiring to rid the world of homosexuals." Sort of like Nixon saying "I am not a crook."

December 10, 2009 at 6:17 PM  
Blogger lisa said...

Jess,Tom and everyone else-Where did you ever see me agrre waht they are doing in Uganda?
If I agreed with it then I would say"I agree with it". No I am against it and I am not against gay marriage.
What I am against is having people like Kevin Jennings(Harry Hay supporter)being in the administration in charge of Safe Schools.
An underage boy tells him he's having sex with an older man and he does nothing?
Isn't that fabulous?
No wonder Muslims think we are an immoral society.

December 10, 2009 at 6:48 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

Here try this link below, sorry about that. Going further into the links, I found that they are even trying to infiltrate the Canadian government with this crap. Once again religion butting in where it should not be butting in.

Next it will be here if we let these righties get more vocal than they already are. There was a protest up in the city today, had I not been at the food bank I would have gone to that. I'm sure there will be more till this is all out in the open. These people will have blood on their hands should anything happen. The questions he asked himself and answered on his website are just more back pedaling to have plausible deniability. We all know how that works with the talibangelical Christianists among us. C st and all those politicians that support them are in on it too. Republicans and those blue dogs like Stupak.

It seems to me they will be setting AIDS/HIV activism in Africa back also if this is allowed. There will be people too frightened to go and get treatment. Thank goodness there is some good news in the news about that today with the possibility of stem cells can be engineered to kill off HIV. Here is the link from The Advocate for that good news.

December 10, 2009 at 7:14 PM  
Anonymous S.W. Anderson said...

Lisa wrote: "An underage boy tells him he's having sex with an older man and he does nothing?"

Get your facts straight. The no-longer-underage "boy" came forward months ago saying the story had been wildly distorted, that he had not had sex with an older man and never told his teacher that he had sex with anyone.

The teacher in question did nothing wrong.

By way of a reality check, teenage boys, gay or straight, don't tell their teachers about their sexual activities. They might do all manner of silly things, but that's not one of them.

December 11, 2009 at 1:44 AM  
Blogger lisa said...

By way of a reality check, teenage boys, gay or straight, don't tell their teachers about their sexual activities. They might do all manner of silly things, but that's not one of them.

How do you know SW? I know 2 girls who had sex with 2 science teachers so what's the difference?

Cheney/Palin 012

December 11, 2009 at 7:22 AM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Lisa: "Where did you ever see me agrre waht they are doing in Uganda?
If I agreed with it then I would say"I agree with it"."

[sigh] Where to begin...Uh, if you leave comment after comment at a post and your comments are mostly off topic and nothing but soundbites from the opposite political camp -- people might come to the conclusion that you disagree with the post. For example, suppose you wrote a post complaining about Obama spending too much money on health care reform. And then I came in with comment after comment saying "what about Bush and Iraq and the Patriot Act and the war on drugs and you conservatives always blame everything on Obama, it's all Obama's fault waaaaahhhh." You'd probably come to the conclusion that I disagreed with your post.

Jess: Thanks for the link. That's what these wingtards keep doing. They stir up all this mob hatred and violence, and then they're all shocked. "Oh dear, I had no idea so many people would react that way. Gosh, how did that happen?"

December 11, 2009 at 2:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Tom has a point, you would gain a lot more credibilty and make us all feel better if you started a post with "I think that law's disgusting" instead of a tirade on Liberal Politics"

Since your deflecting of the subjects in these past post could lead one to believe your approval, perhaps you hate gays along with everybody else!


December 11, 2009 at 3:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

History has repeated itself,

American Anti Conservatives were very Anti Semantic in the 1930's and were very supportive of Adolf Hitler and his Anti Semantic views. Even suggested economic and Military Support.

Then the Holocaust came out and they had to back track when people started looking at them.

"I didn't mean execute them!"


December 11, 2009 at 3:46 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

You guys, this guy does some really thorough linking to all the info about the law in Uganda and lil Ricky's association with it. apparently lil Ricky is not too happy about being called out on his crap. Here you go.


December 11, 2009 at 6:22 PM  
Blogger lisa said...

Okay I disagree with the law as a matter of fact I think it's disgusting and Obama is spending too much.....on purpose.
Yeas but it's because of Bush....blah,blah,blah.

December 12, 2009 at 6:48 AM  
Blogger Oso said...

Horrible events in Uganda which I was unaware of.I followed a link from Bee here.
Less horrible, I see you have a resident troll here.

December 13, 2009 at 1:22 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Oso: Thanks for stopping by. I've seen your comments at Bee's and Jolly Roger's blogs. Yup, I've got me a troll to liven things up a little.

December 13, 2009 at 3:47 PM  

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