Catering to the fringe

October 26, 2008

It has become increasing clear that when ever I open the door and allow some of you right wing fringe nuts in you once again start abusing the privileged.  Most people leave just short post (exception to those that I communicate with) but not you nuts.  You leave me mini biographies.  Most of it consist of your own personal hate for Obama, for ACORN, white people would never vote for Obama, real Christians would never vote for Obama, Obama’s a Muslim, blah, blah, blah.  This dumb rhetoric isn’t working for McCain and it should work for you nuts because…?

Which one of my post gave you an indication that I shared your views?  Please point out the post that states that I am anti-Obama.  Obviously you people are suffering from some form of self delusion.  Might it be that you think that if you speak I will listen?  There is not much chance of that happening.  Let me make my position very clear so you nuts can no longer mistake what my position is:

I despise your party and I think McCain has zero honor or integrity.  I will not give him a pass for being a POW.  McCain is running a vicious, deceitful, divisive, lying, and scandalous campaign.  Whereas back in the year 2000 I liked McCain but now I hold him in contempt.

I hope I made myself clear and there is no longer any confusion regarding where I stand in this election.  Instead of wasting your time trying to convince me to be pro-McCain, you should spend some time trying to keep your own fractured party in line.  It is no secret that the republicans are deserting the ship and endorsing Obama.  Hm…I wonder why?  Do you think they find something repulsive about McCain’s judgment, erratic behavior, VP pick, or maybe his divisive campaign strategy?

This post is to also let you know a few simply facts:

  • keep up the rants and I will once again close the door on the wacked out fringe (exception to the right wing that does not cater to this extreme approach)
  • If you don’t like what I am saying, okay.  You can say so but keep it civil and short
  • I have a low tolerance for BS and am way too old to be lectured by you nuts
  • Do not think I allow your comments because this is some equal opportunity site, it is not
  • I really hate racist, and
  • I don’t really care for religious nuts either

Before I close let’s take a look at what a poll say about Obama’s chances:

Aides to George W.Bush, former Reagan White House staff and friends of John McCain have all told The Sunday Telegraph that they not only expect to lose on November 4, but also believe that Mr Obama is poised to win a crushing mandate.

They believe he will be powerful enough to remake the American political landscape with even more ease than Ronald Reagan did in 1980.

The future is not looking sunny for McCain, but you faithful keep up the good work it’s generating just the effect I want.

Enough said.



  1. i enjoyed your blogg, i dont mean to bother but can you read mine and give me some tips!



  2. I also hate, racist @!#@$er too. Not to mention discrimination against handicapped…. i agree with you. But there brainwashed people who fear change.

    Kinda sad if you watch them…

  3. I would love to read your post, but you will have to leave me a link to your post.

  4. sorry, lol.


  5. Good morning Chamayo
    I knew that those idiot extreem right wing so called christians would get into the mix. These people for the most part are a racist fear mongering bunch of liers. The main culprit “focus on the family” in Colorado is a desperate bunch. The are sold out to the neo-conservitative movement. They help spread lies and fear among the followers (as shown in article below). A very desperate message by these nuts.


  6. People in the KKK rallied aroundthe Bible & Jesus also almost as this focus on the family does. Very intolerant bunch of hypocrits. Ceck out what has happened in & around the “focus on the family” These are the nuts who are backing McSame and spreading hate.

    Ted Haggard
    AKA Ted Arthur Haggard

    Born: 27-Jun-1956
    Birthplace: Indiana

    Gender: Male
    Religion: Born-Again Christian
    Race or Ethnicity: White
    Sexual orientation: Matter of Dispute [1]
    Occupation: Religion

    Nationality: United States
    Executive summary: Pastor Ted

    After attending Oral Roberts University, Ted Haggard spent five years at Bethany Baptist Church in Baker, Louisiana. While on a camping trip near Colorado Springs, Haggard felt a divine presence urging him to remain in the area, and founded his New Life Church in the basement of a Colorado Springs home in 1985. Haggard bought oil in bulk for anointings and literally turned cartwheels as part of his charismatic style, and attendance outgrew his basement within weeks, forcing moves into progressively larger rented spaces. New Life Church is now owns a huge building that seats 8,000, and is just down the street from the headquarters of James Dobson’s Focus on the Family. Haggard and Dobson have long professed their friendship.

    On the “Pastor Ted Recommends” section of his church bookstore, Haggard urges followers to read books by Pat Robertson and Phyllis Schlafly, Newt Gingrich and Dinesh D’Souza. Haggard’s own books include Dog Training, Fly Fishing, and Sharing Christ in the 21st Century and Primary Purpose: Making It Hard for People to Go to Hell from Your City.

    Christianity Today called Haggard “the National Association of Evangelicals’ optimistic champion of ecumenical evangelism and free-market faith.” Haggard says “Free markets have done more to help poor people than any benevolent organization ever has.” Jesus, of course, said, “Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth … for where your treasure is, there will your heart be also” and told a rich man to “go and sell that thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come and follow me.” Haggard, though, responds to such criticism by saying that we understand economics much better now than in Christ’s time, basically endorsing the “trickle down” theory that great wealth for a few helps even the poorest in society. “Jesus was in the 1st century,” Haggard has explained, “and we’re in the 21st century”.

    Prior to his resignation, Haggard had been called the second-most powerful evangelical leader in America, just slightly behind Dobson. Haggard was elected President of the NAE in 2003. The group was founded just after World War II, in an effort to foster cross-denominational support instead of public disputes over the different doctrines of different churches. It now includes 43,000 churches with about 30,000,000 members in 51 denominations, and The Wall Street Journal reports that Haggard has “an advisory role” in the Bush-Cheney White House.

    In November 2006, Pastor Ted Haggard resigned from his leadership of the National Association of Evangelicals, America’s largest evangelical group, and stepped down from the pulpit of his 14,000-member New Life Church amid allegations that he had paid for regular trysts with a gay prostitute. Haggard had long been an outspoken critic of “the homosexual lifestyle”.

    Denver resident Mike Jones, a professed male escort, alleged that Haggard had been a regular customer, calling him about once each month and paying for sex, and that Haggard had asked Jones to supply him with methamphetamine. Jones said he knew his customer only as “Art”, which is Haggard’s middle name. Even as he resigned, Haggard denied the allegations, announcing to reporters, “I’ve never had a gay relationship with anybody, and I’m steady with my wife, I’m faithful to my wife.” The following day, though, his church’s acting pastor sent an email to members, stating that Haggard had “confessed” to church elders that “some of the accusations against him are true”.

    [1] Resigned from NAE after allegations that he had relations with a male whore from Denver, Mike Jones (who claims to have voicemails of Haggard’s voice). Jones told AP that the two had sex “nearly every month over three years.” In a KGO radio interview Jones stated the price was his standard rate of $200 per hookup, and that Haggard was already quite familiar with the mechanics of what they were doing. Haggard issued a denial, stating “I did not have a homosexual relationship with a man in Denver. I am steady with my wife. I’m faithful to my wife.” Paul Asay and DeeDee Correl, “Haggard Resigns National Role Amid Allegations”, Colorado Springs Gazette, 2 November 2006. A letter from Haggard to New Life Church read aloud on 5 November 2006 admitted to his “sexual immorality” but did not delve into specifics.
    Wife: Gayle Alcorn (one daughter, four sons)
    Daughter: Christy
    Son: Marcus
    Son: Jonathan
    Son: Alex
    Son: Elliot
    Slept with: Michael Forest Jones (according to published reports)

    University: Oral Roberts University (1978)
    University: University of Phoenix

    Arlington Group
    National Association of Evangelicals President (2003-06)
    Born-Again Christian 1972
    Time Magazine 25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America
    Risk Factors: Methamphetamine, Glossolalia

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