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05 October 2016 @ 07:28 am
Charles Pierce reports  
(1) Alex Jones called Julian Assange a “buttplug.” As the Ethnics say, even a stopped clock is right three times a day.

(2) Trying to find something interesting to look forward to in the veep debate, Pierce noted that both candidates, though Catholic, “have gotten themselves crossways with Holy Mother Church”: Kaine, because like millions of Catholics, he has pulled away from the hierarchy’s policies of hatred of women and queers, and Pence, who would love those policies even if his support for them hadn’t won him the nomination, because of his displeasure at the Church involving itself in the sort of thing Jesus cared about, in this case sheltering Syrian refugees.

(3) Paul Ryan’s craven submission to Trump has forced some of his supporters to realize that he is what he was all along.
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SHAY-mus Dseamusd on October 5th, 2016 11:48 am (UTC)
Hillary Clinton's buttplug no less!
John M. Burt: Shinolajohn_m_burthotm on October 5th, 2016 05:42 pm (UTC)
Right wingers frequently seem to think that their sexual fantasies are political commentary, as when they call the First Lady a cross-dresser, or babble about pretty blondes left defenseless against big black rapists because the Democrats took away their guns.
eub on October 6th, 2016 07:42 am (UTC)
Or their remarkable concentration on cuckoldry.
kerkevik_2014: Donna / Woman_of_kerkevik_2014 on October 5th, 2016 06:07 pm (UTC)
Except that I like them.

Buttplugs I mean; not the other two...

Dickhead #1 there always confusses me; knew someone personally called that, and they were anything butt... I mean, but a dickhead.

kerk
Johnjohnpalmer on October 6th, 2016 03:22 am (UTC)
I was about to point out that buttplugs serve a useful purpose for them as like's 'em, and can't, by themselves, stick their metaphorical noses where they really shouldn't be. I'm less certain the same can be said about Assange. (But please do note that I said "I'm less certain..." and did not say "the same *can't* be said...".)