A Mormon, a Nutbag And a Lunatic Walk Into A Bar… - Page 2
That said it is fair to say that evangelical Protestants are OK with Santorum’s Bible-dominated plan for U.S. government. Santorum recently said that the French Revolution was a failure because it focused on “fraternity” rather than “paternity” – paternity meaning God, not your dad.
Still, nearly all conservative women use birth control and Santorum is on record being against family planning because – and I’m not kidding – sex is not supposed to be fun. The anti-sex constituency, though, is very, very small. Women voters of all kinds are divided into two groups, those that enjoy sex and those that wish the sex was better. Men are divided into those that enjoy sex and those that enjoy sex but wish they were better at it.
I’m convinced that everything Rick Santorum says can be explained by a diagnosis of premature ejaculation syndrome. Think about it. He has a general disdain for sex, a general dislike of fun, and a general disrespect of women. It’s a spurting issue – bet on it.
There is not much left to say about Newt Gingrich (R—Vegas Casinos.) He still has an outside chance but Gingrich is kind of off the radar unless he finds more money. He was able to compete up to now because of his casino mogul, Sheldon Adelson. Shelly is saying privately that he’ll either drop support for Gingrich or maybe give him one more round of funding in order to hurt Rick Santorum. One of America’s preeminent Zionists, Adelson is apparently OK with the whole baptizing dead Jews thing.
If there is one good thing to say about Gingrich, it’s that he appears to be better in the sack than Rick Santorum. (OK, Ick!) But his personal-grudge campaign has clearly worn out its welcome.
The more we get to know these guys, the more they come up short. (Sorry, Rick.) I guess that’s why independent voters have shifted to President Obama by 17 points since January.
Art courtesy of DonkeyHotey