Friday, November 03, 2006

Fair warning

Hey, even meth-dealing gay prostitutes believe in living happily ever after, Reverend Haggard.

So it pays to remember that, in your cynical quest for political power under the guise of religious piety, that when you try to take that dream away from them, some of them will fight back.

And reveal their three-year glass-smokin' ass-fuckin' affair with you, Mr. President of the National Association of Evangelicals.


RandyLuvsPaiste said...

I was so hoping today's Bells On was gonna be about this jerk!
These "moral" leaders are so judgemental of everyone who doesn't fall into line with their way of thinking, but when one of their heroes takes a fall
(Limbaugh, Swaggert, O'Reilly), they seem so quick to offer excuses like "Everyone has to struggle with their demons", etc. Well, I guess being a fucking hypocrite is a demon.

Phil said...

Why would someone who has never done drugs, buy drugs?

Grant Miller said...

I heard that news at 6 a.m. this morning and began to giggle. It's really made my Friday.

michael said...

I could swear in reading the Time article that they have Haggard saying he bought the drugs he threw out from a gay escort he never really met.

The hypocrisy of the hard-right is just so bald it confuses any person who's been tricked early on into thinking, as I was, that everyone has the powers of reason and self-awareness as basic goals. I still have to think for a second that people can go through whole lives....ugh, never mind...

vikkitikkitavi said...

Randy: I loved how the guys in the organization (who no doubt were in line to move up the ladder) sold him out right away.

Phil: I don't know, why would someone who has never sucked cock, buy cock?

Grant: Yeah, it made my week.

Michael: And the really sad part is that his former followers will probably attribute his "crimes" to him being a homosexual, as opposed to him being a hypocritical power-hunger asshole.