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Tuesday, March 06, 2012

I Stand With Rush

Rush Limbaugh deserves to be praised — worshipped! — for speaking Truth to the Liberal Media.  He called some birth control pill-swilling floozie exactly what she is — a slut.  Even worse, she’s a Parasite AND a slut, since she wants taxpayers to pay for her endless round of sex orgies.

Well, God Damn it, America has had it up to HERE with these uppity women and militant minorities.  When Rush Limbaugh called that Femi-Nazi a skanky twat, He was speaking for millions of Real Americans.

We knew the Liberal Media would try to crucify Him.  But what about Rush’s fellow conservatives who are deserting him in droves???  Thirty-five (and counting) advertisers have gone scampering off with their tails between their legs because the Big Bad Political Correctness Police might get them.  And what’s with Rush’s fellow (supposedly) conservatives, those turncoat politicians and columnists who have turned Judas and stabbed Him in the back?

Et Tu George Will and John Boehner and all the rest of you weak-kneed sissies — fuck all of you RINO pussies and the whores you rode in on.

But that’s OK.  Rush still has his loyal friends, and I know I can count on YOU to stand by Him in His hour of need.  I know that YOU, my loyal reader, are longing to bring America back to her Golden Age — the 1950s — when women and Nigras knew their place, and poor people were “occupying” a job instead of the public square.  I earned my money the old fashioned way — I inherited it.  If YOU are as disgusted as I am with Femi-Nazis, swarthy minorities and shabbily-dressed poor people desecrating our sidewalks, please visit my website and sign the following pledge:

I, (your name here), stand with Rush Limbaugh.  And I will bow my head in awe whenever His name is mentioned.  I pledge to vote that skinny ghetto crackhead — Barack Hussein Osama — out of the White House.  America will once again be a great country when all them uppity womenfolk come back to the house, get in the kitchen, take their shoes off and stop worrying their pretty little heads about man stuff.

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Blogger Mr. Charleston said...

LOL Yes indeed, poor old Rush needs all the help he can get. For my money, it would suit me fine for all of those rap trap talking heads to be gone tomorrow.
Two things:
First thing. I actually agree with Rush in principal. The government has no business in your bedroom whether it be birth control or abortion.
Second thing. It's about damned time that corporate America showed some backbone and moral leadership like pulling advertising dollars from offensive vermin.

March 7, 2012 at 4:18 AM  
Blogger Randal Graves said...

Bozo looks eerily similar to my high school disciplinarian who used to give me detentions for long hair nevermind that he could hide a family of possums in his beard.

March 7, 2012 at 6:33 AM  
Anonymous Jess said...

Seems to me we have forgotten some people in this little diatribe the fright wing is all a flutter about. What about those guys that like having the sexy times with us dirty slutty wimminz? If the men that support us came out, these morons would be forced back into the sexist closet they popped out of.

March 7, 2012 at 7:42 AM  
Blogger Lisa said...

Rush is such a sexist,I bet his wife is home right now preparing his favorite meal of mansef with that aspirin still between her knees lest there will be some flogging in that house tonite.

March 7, 2012 at 7:56 AM  
Blogger Grung_e_Gene said...

I too stand with RUSH.

Listen to the sound of salesmen!

Rush, the Canadian Supergroup, has issued a cease and desist order to R. Limpballs to stop playing their music, also known as stealing the intellectual property of another.

Finally we can reclaim the name RUSH!!!

March 7, 2012 at 11:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do it the old fashioned way:

Write his advertisers if you support him!


March 7, 2012 at 12:21 PM  
Blogger J. Marquis said...

Bozell likes Rush because they're both founding members of the Tiny Penis League.

March 7, 2012 at 12:33 PM  
Blogger Lisa said...

I guess this is more your kind of hate

March 7, 2012 at 2:29 PM  
Anonymous Jolly Roger said...

I guess this is more your kind of hate

Again with posting links that mean nothing. Because you are simply not capable of joining in any discussion that doesn't involve cooking, cleaning, shopping, or having babies.

Why don't you drag your stupid ass back to the kitchen? You are embarrassing your MAN, dammit.

March 7, 2012 at 2:35 PM  
Blogger Snave said...

Birth control has its advantages and disadvantages. But it is not about preventing pregnancy so women can feel free to leave their homes and participate in nightly orgies or join in on frequent fornication sprees. The argument for it is more about the benefits of it, as a medication.

From emedexpert.com, here is some information for people who are fixated on this being an issue of "moral values" or "religious liberty":

Birth control pills provide certain health benefits in addition to preventing pregnancy.

Highly effective reversible contraception. Birth control pills provide highly reliable contraceptive protection, exceeding 99%. Even when imperfect use (skipping an occasional pill) is considered, the BCPs are still very effective in preventing pregnancy.

Menstrual cycle regulation. Birth control pills cause menstrual cycles to occur regularly and predictably. This is especially helpful for women with periods that come too often or too infrequently. Periods also tend to be lighter and shorter.

Reduce menstrual cramps. Birth control pills can offer significant relief to women with painful menstrual cramps.

Decreased risk of iron deficiency (anemia). Birth control pills reduce the amount of blood flow during the period. Less blood loss is helpful in preventing anemia.

Reduce the risk of ovarian cysts. The risk of developing ovarian cysts is greatly reduced for birth control pills users because they help prevent ovulation. An ovarian cyst is a fluid - filled growth that can develop in the ovary during ovulation (the release of an egg from an ovary).

Protection against pelvic inflammatory disease. Birth control pills provide some protection against pelvic inflammatory disease (PID). Pelvic inflammatory disease is a serious bacterial infection of the fallopian tubes and uterus that can result in severe pain and potentially, infertility.

Can improve acne. Birth control pills can improve acne. For moderate to severe acne, which other medications can't cure, birth control pills may be prescribed. The hormones in the birth control pill can help stop acne from forming.

Reduces the risk of symptomatic endometriosis. Women who have endometriosis tend to have less pelvic pain and fewer other symptoms when they are on the Pill. Birth control pills won't cure endometriosis but it may stop the disease from progressing. The pills are the first-choice treatment for controlling endometriosis growth and pain. This is because birth control hormones are the hormone therapy that is least likely to cause bad side effects.

Improves fibrocystic breasts. 70 - 90% of patients see improvement in the symptoms of fibrocystic breast conditions with use of oral contraceptives.

Improved excess hair (hirsutism). Women with excessive facial or body hair may notice an improvement while taking the Pill, because androgens and testosterone are suppressed by oral contraceptives. High androgen levels can cause darkening of facial and body hair, especially on the chin, chest, and abdomen.

Prevents ectopic pregnancy. Because birth control pills work primarily by suppressing ovulation, they effectively prevent ectopic pregnancy as well as normal pregnancy. This makes the pills an excellent contraceptive choice for women who are at particular risk for ectopic pregnancy, a potentially life-threatening condition.

Helps prevent osteoporosis. Several studies show that by regulating hormones, the pill can help prevent osteoporosis, a gradual weakening of the bones. However, the results of different studies are conflicting (1-3).

Does not affect future fertility. Using the pills will not affect a woman’s future fertility, although it may take two to three months longer to get pregnant than if a woman did not take pills.

Easy to use. Does not interrupt foreplay or sexual intercourse.
Safe for many women. Research for over 40 years has proven long term safety.

- It seems to me very telling that Republicans want to restrict women's access to such medications.

March 7, 2012 at 4:00 PM  
Anonymous Jess said...

@ Snave so does this mean I will now have to give up the nightly orgies or frequent fornication, which by the way sounds like a great name for a band :) I'll talk to the man in my life, see what he has to say, since I am just a woman and should not think or act like this.

March 7, 2012 at 4:42 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Mr. C: Corporate advertisers with backbone and moral leadership -- what a concept.

Randal: I'll bet your disciplinarian didn't have Tang-colored hair.

Jess: You're not questioning the sacred Double Standard, are you? It's God's will.

Grung: That was great news about Rush (the band, not the pusbag).

Erik: Most of his supporters don't rite or spel verry gud.

J: LOL. They've got some common ground.

JR: I don't even bother clicking on her youtube links any more.

Snave: That's all very true. Those are all medical non-contraceptive uses of the pill. Rightwing talking heads either can't or won't grasp this no matter how many times it's explained to them. It's more fun to get their inbred audiences all fired up with "Birth control! Sex! Slut!"

Jess: Frequent Fornication -- has the same cadence as Californication.

March 7, 2012 at 5:22 PM  

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