Monday, August 29, 2011

Assistant To the Quote of the Day


"So the gay community said, 'He's comparing gay sex to incest and polygamy, how dare he do this,' and they have gone out on a, I would argue, jihad against Rick Santorum since then."

-- Rick Santorum, speaking in South Carolina last week

Let's see: He's melodramatic, bitchy, convinced that a bunch of men want to bring him down, and he refers to himself in the third-person. I don't know -- methinks the queer doth protest too much.

Still, I can't wait to see what a gay jihad looks like. Can you build a bomb out of amyl nitrate?

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

If it were a jihad, he'd have been tortured and dismembered and put in a jar to be displayed in his family's living room.

Oh, wait, I'm sorry. That second part, that's what Rick did with his wife's miscarried fetus. Freak.

Katy said...

MY GOD! No kidding! Could there be any bigger, public closet case right now? I so can't wait for him to be caught somewhere, anywhere, with his pants down. And it will happen. Oh yes, it will happen.

Doc said...

OH, get her!

And speaking about himself by using the third-person?
Always a good sign of how far one's head is up their ass. SHE is getting all worked up.

Girl With Curious Hair said...

Those gays. First it's jeehad and next it's shariah law. They just won't stop.

Ducky said...

So, gay incestious Muslims are coming to get you, huh? That's got to be like, what, a baker's dozen? You can take'em, Rick.
Jokes aside for a minute, I just do not understand conservatives anymore. There was a time, not too long ago, that I could talk to my Republican friends and debate and say "I see your point, but I think X is a better way to handle it." What the hell happened?