Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Saddest interview EVER- but damn is he cute











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Truthfully he would not really need to know any of those questions or even have an opinion on those topics to be Mayor of Wasilla. I like how he says at 4:42 He does not believe in abstinence- at least he is honest haha I can not believe he sat through that interview, the host was pretty rude. That was a mean interview; I kind of feel bad for him. lol Maybe it is just bc he is cute. It is entertaining though that he is running to be Mayor and does not even live there and now is getting a reality show to cover his run for mayor--Got to love America. I featured his playgirl hockey spread awhile back but found other pictures I had not seen before I am sharing now. Damn he is smoking hot....young, dumb, with a nice bum!


















Thursday, September 23, 2010


NOT THE TYPE OF GAY DUDE THAT SHOULD JOIN THE MILITARY


This is sooo freaking funny!!! I laughed my ass off! Needed it!

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

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Tuesday, September 21, 2010


John McCain (all words no integrity)



Mark Bingham was one of the men on United Airlines Flight 93 who rushed the hijackers and perished in the crash in southwestern Pennsylvania. He was a log cabin republican and a very active supporter of McCain's run for president.



Log Cabin Republicans are gay conservatives- read more here. John McCain said in his speech he wished he could of thanked him in person for his bravery. Well, when he had the chance to honor gay American heroes this Tuesday he did quite the opposite, in fact he aggressively ran a filibuster to block The repeal of Don't Ask Don't tell silencing gay American heroes.



John McCain's own words:

September 22, 2001


"I didn't know Mark Bingham. We met once briefly during my presidential campaign, yet I cannot say that I knew him well. But I wish I had. I wish I had. You meet a lot of people when you run for President. I was fortunate to have had the support of many Americans who were, until then, strangers to me. And I regret to say, that like most candidates I was pre-occupied with winning or losing. I had not thought as much as I should have about what an honor, what an extraordinary honor it was to have so many citizens of the greatest nation on earth place their trust in me, and use our campaign as an expression of their own patriotism. They were the best thing about our campaign, not me. Had I been successful, my greatest challenge would have been to prove myself worthy of the faith of so many good people.

"I love my country, and I take pride in serving her. But I cannot say that I love her more or as well as Mark Bingham did, or the other heroes on United Flight 93 who gave their lives to prevent our enemies from inflicting an even greater injury on our country. It has been my fate to witness great courage and sacrifice for America's sake, but none greater than the selfless sacrifice of Mark Bingham and those good men who grasped the gravity of the moment, understood the threat, and decided to fight back at the cost of their lives.

"In the Gospel of John it is written "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." Such was the love that Mark and his comrades possessed, as they laid down their lives for others. A love so sublime that only God's love surpasses it.
"It is now believed that the terrorists on Flight 93 intended to crash the airplane into the United States Capitol where I work, the great house of democracy where I was that day. It is very possible that I would have been in the building, with a great many other people, when that fateful, terrible moment occurred, and a beautiful symbol of our freedom was destroyed along with hundreds if not thousands of lives. I may very well owe my life to Mark and the others who summoned the enormous courage and love necessary to deny those depraved, hateful men their terrible triumph. Such a debt you incur for life.

"I will try very hard, very hard, to discharge my public duties in a manner that honors their memory. All public servants are now solemnly obliged to do all we can to help this great nation remain worthy of the sacrifice of New York City firefighters, police officers, emergency medical people, and worthy of the sacrifice of the brave passengers on Flight 93.

"No American living today will ever forget what happened on September 11, 2001. That day was the moment when the hinge of history swung toward a new era not only in the affairs of this nation, but in the affairs of all humanity. The opening chapter of this new history is tinged with great sadness and uncertainty. But as we begin please take strength from the example of the American we honor today, and those who perished to save others in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. The days ahead will be difficult, and we will know more loss and sorrow. But we will prevail. We will prevail.

"Pay no heed to the voices of the poor, misguided souls, in this country and overseas, who claim that America brought these atrocities on herself. They are deluded, and their hearts are cramped by hatred and fear. Our respect for Man's God-given rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness assures us of victory even as it made us a target for the enemies of freedom who mistake hate and depravity for power. The losses we have suffered are grave, and must not be forgotten. But we should all take pride and unyielding resolve from the knowledge that we were attacked because we were good, and good we will remain as we vanquish the evil that preys upon us.

"I never knew Mark Bingham. But I wish I had. I know he was a good son and friend, a good rugby player, a good American, and an extraordinary human being. He supported me, and his support now ranks among the greatest honors of my life. I wish I had known before September 11th just how great an honor his trust in me was. I wish I could have thanked him for it more profusely than time and circumstances allowed. But I know it now. And I thank him with the only means I possess, by being as good an American as he was.

"America will overcome these atrocities. We will prevail over our enemies. We will right this terrible injustice. And when we do, let us claim it as a tribute to our liberty, and to Mark Bingham and all those who died to defend it.

"To all of you who loved Mark, and were loved by him, he will never be so far from you that you cannot feel his love. As our faith informs us, you will see him again, when our loving God reunites us all with the loved ones who preceded us. Take care of each other until then, as he would want you to. May God bless Mark. And may God bless us all.

"Thank you."


Nine years later his repayment for Mark's heroism is to lead a filibuster against gays. In fact Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) seemed like he was about to lose his temper during a press briefing Tuesday after Republicans filibustered the defense appropriations bill over a measure that would have repealed the military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.

McCain and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) held a briefing in the Senate press gallery immediately following the vote. McCain grew increasingly obstinate when pressed on the military's history of actively seeking out gay troops to be dismissed under the policy.





Gay soilders kept waiting



Republicans stalled the repeal of DADT today by using a filibuster. A historic day as this is the first time a defense authorization bill has not been passed since 1962.









Friday, September 17, 2010

LOVE GAGA


5:04-6:35 is pretty funny.... Typical government bureaucracy. Reminds me of the last time I called the DMV and I was on hold for over an hour.







BADASS BITCH


























Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Repeal is up for a vote this Tuesday!!!!


Repeal of Don't ask Don't tell is being voted on this coming Tuesday- call your senator, even if you do not know who your senator is, they know and will direct you (202) 224-3121





A former war hero, McCain said he would support ending the ban once the military's top brass told him that they agreed with the change.

"The day that the leadership of the military comes to me and says, 'Senator, we ought to change the policy,' then I think we ought to consider seriously changing it," McCain said in October 2006 to an audience of Iowa State University students.

That day arrived Tuesday, with Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates and Joint Chiefs Chairman Mike Mullen testifying to senators after President Obama's announcement that he would seek a congressional repeal of the 15-year-old policy.

Mullen called repealing the policy, which bans openly gay men and lesbians from serving, "the right thing to do" and said he was personally troubled by effectively forcing service members to "lie about who they are in order to defend their fellow citizens."

Gates told the Armed Services Committee, "I fully support the president's decision."

In response, McCain declared himself "disappointed" in the testimony. "At this moment of immense hardship for our armed services, we should not be seeking to overturn the 'don't ask, don't tell' policy," he said bluntly, before describing it as "imperfect but effective."







I use to respect McCain; I find it ironic he is attempting to block the repeal of DADT through a filibuster on Tuesday when he was the one who eulogized gay Republican 9-11 "hero," Mark Bingham. I thought his attendance at the funeral of Mark Bingham as well as his eulogy for that great American showed, he honors the service and sacrifice of our heroes — regardless of their sexual orientation. GUESS NOT



John McCain’s own words: “I never knew Mark Bingham. But I wish I had. I know he was a good son and friend, a good rugby player, a good American, and an extraordinary human being. He supported me, and his support now ranks among the greatest honors of my life. I wish I had known before September 11th just how great an honor his trust in me was. I wish I could have thanked him for it more profusely than time and circumstances allowed. But I know it now. And I thank him with the only means I possess, by being as good an American as he was.”

Yes McCain, “I wish I could of thanked him more.” His thanks for leading passengers to storm the cockpit of Flight 93, having it crash in a field instead of the pentagon, is really to strip gay heroes and soldiers of their honor and benefits over their sexual orientation.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Dancing with the dogs!!!



Dancing Dog Doing The Merengue. Smartest dog ever!

Please note that this dog is from Chile, her name is Carrie, and the owner's name is Jose Fuentes.

I want to try and get Carrie and Jose on Dancing With The Stars. I think we should all email ABC to see if they will take them. Send them a note at either their FB page or the ABC website!

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Full disclaimer, I have no affiliation with Jose or Carrie. I just think it would be great to see them on DWTS. :)

Monday, September 6, 2010

Dean Winchester + Eye of the Tiger= AWESOME!!!







CUTE SCENE

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