Is Glenn Beck completely nuts?

Short answer: Yes.

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I said it was short, goddammit!

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Secessionist Mule-Raping Georgia Governor Candidate

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If that title doesn't grab your attention nothing will.  So there's this guy by the name of Neal Horsley who admitted a few years ago that he enjoyed having sex with  mules.  But wait there's more! 

On May 5, 2005, Horsley was a guest on The Alan Colmes Show, a FOX News radio program. During that interview, and after repeated questions about his personal sinfulness, Mr. Horsley stated that when he was eleven years old he had engaged in bestiality with a mule on the farm he grew up on in Georgia. Afterwards, he says the mule relieved itself on him, and that he also engaged in sex with a man in the Air Force and a watermelon."

He has also advocated that Georgia succeed from the Union in order to force the federal government to outlaw abortion.

Horsley established his own political party, the Creators Rights Party and has run for governor as its candidate on several occasions.

Apparently the anti-abortionists in the Republican Party are little too tame for Mr. Horsley.

http://wonkette.com/408277/secessionist-mule-raping-georgia-governor-can...

{;-) Dan in Miami

 

 

That just goes to show ya

Rajah's picture

What a steady diet of grits will do to ya

F***ing a mule is understandable, but a helpless watermelon?

Dan_in_Cincinnati's picture

How seedy.

{;-) Dan in Miami

Before eating a watermelon

Rajah's picture

Check for large holes

Remember the prop comedian Gallagher?

FearlessFreep's picture

He stuck a vibrator in a watermelon once.

 

Can we get a show that considers the 2 different point of views

TMundo's picture

...and tries to form some sort of decent opinion?

This left and right crap is really getting on my nerves.

Horsley said he would kill his son for liberty

Dan_in_Cincinnati's picture

In fact he admitted that he almost did kill his son one time.

In reference to his unique take on animal husbandry he had this to say:  ”Welcome to domestic life on the farm… If it’s warm and it’s damp and it vibrates, you might in fact have sex with it.”

TMundo if you can find any lefties (or Libertarians for that matter) who are as wacky as Horsley please please let us in on it!

http://wonkette.com/408277/secessionist-mule-raping-georgia-governor-can...

{;-) Dan (equal opportunity satirist) in Miami

 

What do I know about this?

TMundo's picture

I consider myself a 'not-affiliated-with-any-political-party-ist' as none of them see to represent any of my ideals wholly.

Brits ban right wing nuts from the country

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Tue May 5, 7:15 am ET

LONDON (AFP) – The government published a blacklist on Tuesday of people recently banned from the country including a Hamas lawmaker and a Jewish extremist, as well as anti-gay protestors and a far-right US talk show host.

Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said she decided to publish the "name and shame" list -- which identifies 16 people banned since last October -- for the first time to clarify what behaviour Britain will not tolerate.

Between October and April the Home Office excluded 22 people for "fostering extremism or hatred" included preachers Abdullah Qadri Al Ahdal, Yunis Al Astal and Amir Siddique, said a Home Office statement.

Hamas MP Yunis Al-Astal, Jewish extremist Mike Guzovsky, former Ku Klux Klan leader Stephen Donald Black and neo-Nazi Erich Gliebe are also on the list, as is controversial radio host Michael Alan Weiner, also known as Michael Savage.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20090505/wl_uk_afp/britainimmigrationmideast...

{;-) Dan in Miami

PS:  Inciting a riot or persuading people to commit other violent acts should not be allowed.  But it seems the Brits are also banning people who have controversial opinions that may be nasty but haven't fomented violence.

 

 

It ain't free speech...

TMundo's picture

...the problem is, where do you draw the line?

Dan, concerning my statement about a show that would consider the two opposing points of views, let me rephrase:

What I meant, was that I'm getting tired of the extreme separation and yes loonies on either sides.  However, there are some aspects of the right and the left that I can agree with, and yet, most of those aspects get overshadowed by the two sides bickering and nitpicking over things.  For example:

I understand that republicans simply don't want any government interference in business and day to day life, I can see that point of view.  I understand that the democrats want some regulation in the economy, I can see and understand that point of view.  Both have their benefits and drawbacks.  I'm okay with the government using tax dollars to benefit certain situations, whether it be welfare or a bailout, but I'm skeptical about the amount of money the Obama administration is spending on that bailout and wether or not they're doing it correctly.

Unfortunately the two sides get so caught up in distancing themselves from one another, and going out of their way to point the finger and prove the other one wrong, they tend to loose touch with reality in the process.  What about me?  What about a happy medium?  I'm just not seeing it.  I'll be it, the right seems to have their fare share of political pundits that say some out-there things.  I can't take people like Rush Lim. seriously.  Rachel Maddow on the other hand seems to have based most of her show on making fun of the right.  The tea bag thing? Honestly, the fact that you're so happy that you know what the dirty term means, and that you're giggling about it because a bunch of folks are sending tea bags to the white house in protest of a spending issue doesn't make you look all that clean.  Why not only discuss the issue itself?  Why all the finger pointing?

What exactly was the issue they were protesting?

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One was saying he wanted stick a knife in Obama's eye and others were accusing him of being a communist or the next Hitler. How could you have a serious discussion with such people?

I understand concern with the spending issue...

TMundo's picture

...I do, it does scare people that the government is spending this amount of money and giving it to the same people that are responsible for creating the problem in the first place.  Now if there are major stipulations attached to the money, and the plan is well thought out, and executed carefully, then fine.  I haven't really examined the details of the spending package.  And while I understand people's concern...I also think the fact that these same people weren't protesting bush 4 years ago when he was spending money in Iraq kind of ruins their credability.

Did Sarah Palin engage in hate speech?

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The Republican vice presidential candidate attracted criticism for accusing Mr Obama of "palling around with terrorists", citing his association with the sixties radical William Ayers.

The attacks provoked a near lynch mob atmosphere at her rallies, with supporters yelling "terrorist" and "kill him" until the McCain campaign ordered her to tone down the rhetoric.

The Secret Service warned the Obama family in mid October [2008] that they had seen a dramatic increase in the number of threats against the Democratic candidate, coinciding with Mrs Palin's attacks.

Michelle Obama, the future First Lady, was so upset that she turned to her friend and campaign adviser Valerie Jarrett and said: "Why would they try to make people hate us?"

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/uselection2008/sarahpalin/340...

{;-) Dan in Miami

Nice except for the fact that it's a complete lie

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Yes, the secret service investigated this and found no evidence that anyone said any thing of the sort. I find it laughable that you would even consider posting this. This proves you aren't about facts but about partisan dick sucking. Have you worn out your Obama Presidential kneepads yet?

Hey Drive By Schmuckface, viddy this if you don't believe it

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Drive-by Troll wrote:

This proves you aren't about facts but about partisan dick sucking.

Take a look at this, if you will.  Video of Rallys with True Blue 'Merkins

There now.  I just have one more thing to say to you...

"This proves you aren't about facts but about partisan dick sucking."

Thank you for your time. You may now get back to raping your farm animals.

The Daily Show showed some clips

Rajah's picture

Of protest rallies against Bush and those against Obama. They looked very similar. Both were calling them dictators, commies and Hitler. Free speech is a terrible thing if it's not kept under control. hee hee hee

I don't know that you can blame Palin for it...

TMundo's picture

...if people want to start yelling out violent threats, then it's the type of people who attend the rallies that are at fault.  However, it is the responsibility of those that are in charge of the rally, to keep their attendees under control.

There are tapes made at Palin rallies

Dan_in_Cincinnati's picture

You can hear people saying kill him.  As in, kill Obama.

I have heard these tapes. 

Have a nice day dumbass.

{;-) Dan in Miami

PS:  Any President will get death threats.  What was unusual in this case is that they were made at a rally for a serious candidate for Veep of the USA.

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