August 17th, 2009
I managed to get on some nutty right-wing email list awhile back called One News Now. I haven't unsubscribed because I strongly adhere to the concept of "know thy enemy," and it's good for a chuckle now and then.
Apparently the Obamanaut finally spoke out against the DOMA (defense of marriage act) and said that government marriage rules are discriminatory (duh!). Good on him! One News Now decided to post a poll to see what their readers though that this indicated, so I figured I'd go skew the results a bit.
Here's the poll:
What is represented by the Obama administration's move to repeal the Defense of Marriage Act?
0 - Disdain for one-man, one-woman marriage
0 - White House is in the pocket of homosexual activists
0 - Total disconnect with traditional American values
I didn't end up voting in that poll.
That poll is awesome, in its way.
|Date:||August 17th, 2009 06:46 pm (UTC)|| |
obama: threat, or menace?
Re: obama: threat, or menace?
¿Qué es mas macho, threat o menace?
Oh, I forgot to tell the nation, but the White House isn't in the pocket of homosexual activists; it's just in bluegargantua
's pants. Sorry for any inconvenience!
|Date:||August 17th, 2009 07:14 pm (UTC)|| |
He may be, but who knows about his pants? They seem to have a mind all their own.
The place in his pants where it is located is not usually called a pocket.
Wait, I wanted to check the box "White House is in the pocket of homosexual activists with ties to Al-Qaeda." What kind of liberally biased poll is this, anyhow?
|Date:||August 17th, 2009 07:04 pm (UTC)|| |
It reminds me of Colbert's "George W. Bush... Great president or GREATEST president?"
"I'll just put you down for great."
|Date:||August 19th, 2009 05:31 am (UTC)|| |
OneNewsNow is the relatively new online brand of "American Family News", which used to be primarily a radio news network for Christian right grassroots public affairs stations, but they've moved heavily into Internet as well. They renamed their web site last year. I don't know why, it seems like such a dopey generic-sounding name, and I thought they liked their "Family" brand (which they still use on the radio).