Sunday, June 08, 2008

Is this the future you really want?


Unless images of male pregnancies are the future you want you need to join our Republican battle to preserve traditional American culture from the logical consequences of liberal governance.

So, how about you get the chains and we go and see Prometheus?

25 comments:

Anonymous said...

That's pretty offensive, Sporer. Why don't you take that shit down?

The Real Sporer said...

I agree, very very offensive. However, I don't think we will defeat liberalism without showing its real results. Monstrosities like the pregnant "man" are the result of liberal scientific and social theory and governance.

I hope this mental picture is with everyone when they think about, for example, discussions of the GBLT agenda in public schools.

IMNION said...

There's plenty of real reasons to support the Republicans this year. We have an experienced candidate for President that can handle the war and the economy, someone who believes in the power of capitalism instead of resorting to a socialist agenda that's been so popular with the Dems this year. Why not harp on the real issues instead of resorting to scare tactics?

The Real Sporer said...

IM

I largely agree that we discuss more conventional issues. I try to focus weekly articles on the economy, energy and foreign policy.

Howevever, one problem that conservatives face is an unwillingness to recognize just exactly how bizarre and, indeed, offensive are many aspects of what is a radical social agenda.

The upshot of forced acceptance of things as repulsive the transexual pregnant father is terrible for our society. The liberals use the coercion of political correctness to attack anyone who exposes or challenges the direction that liberals seek to largely force an unwilling population to accept and ultimately approve of "shit like this".

It doesn't hurt every now and again to remind the public of the very very real differences between a liberal and a conservative social view.

Since you didn't challenge my premise I assume that you agree. If so, rather than label my commentary as "fear", in a pejorative sense, perhaps you should accept that the liberal social agenda is, indeed, something to fear.

Ultimately we cannot become the ostrich that thinks hiding from reality somehow changes reality.

Anonymous said...

What's next - an ad against mixed race marriages? You guys are getting desperate - and it's pretty pathetic. If Sporer had any stones at all he'd put his name on the ballot and we'd see how many people go along with shit like this. Is it any wonder the general population is fed up with politics? You've sunk to a new low Ted - congrats.

The Real Sporer said...

Anon 1:49

No and its nothing like mixed racial marriages. Frankly, comparing the legitimate civil rights battles of American history to elimante artificial legal barriers, created, sustained and defended largely by Democrats, to equality of citizenship is offensive to those who fathered the civil rights movement.

Mixed racial and ethnic marriage, or at least interbreeding, is a biological and natural norm. Using the miracles of modern medical science to reassign gender and then have what purports to be a man carry a child is distortion of natural order of Frankenstein proportions.

The Real Sporer said...

But Anon 1:48, I must say, you ran right to the same fear card you kids always run.

If one opposes any radical change in the social order you must also support some aspect of the Democrats' Jim Crowe segregation regime in the old South.

That is what I mean about Democrats as the party of distortion and division.

Art A Layman said...

sporie:

I too am surprised with the marvelous economic and social gains we've made under conservative rule for the past 8 years, that anyone would want a return to a more liberal view.

Is interesting your choice of fear tactics. You present a picture of a person with many conflictions. Transsexual transformations are not driven by a fad. They are not the YouTube of the day. Most of these people are born with issues and usually after much soulsearching, maybe even including talks with their religious leaders, they take an action that they have decided is in their best interest.

If I remember the story this "fellow" and his mate wanted children. Apparently "he" still had the capacity for carrying and delivering a child. Why is it so offensive that he would take advantage of that ability. He is attempting to do nothing more than you and your wife did. "His" attempt is just a little different, maybe a little more innovative.

Creating life, nurturing it for 9 months and then delivering it, is a pleasurable and easy experience for we normal males. In "his" male role he will have a far greater appreciation of a woman's experience than you and I can ever know.

It is one more example that you conservatives have no ideas. All you can peddle is fear. Since your cupboard seems devoid of promoting your all time favorite, fear of economic disaster, for your guys have delivered that all by themselves, you must grasp for the extreme. You must "sell" the unusual as the fear of what will happen if we elect a liberal.

One might ask, if this picture is so abhorrent, how did this happen on the conservative watch?

Art A Layman said...

sporie:

You keep harping on the Dems as the bad guys in the civil rights struggle. I have mentioned before that the Dems that were the most vigorous deniers of civil rights are now Reps; i.e., the Southern Democrats.

The vast majority of whites marching and dying during the civil rights struggle of the 60s were democrats or at least liberals.

Despite all your protestations, revisionist history seems to be a bipartisan phenomenon.

Art A Layman said...

sporie:

BTW, I thought it was only a handful of us liberals who tweaked your less than better angels. You seem to have conjured this one up with no help from us.

The Real Sporer said...

Strange how you libs cannot refute my premise.

You, and the most radical among you, teachers, promote the GBLT ethic that leads to social acceptance of the mutant in the picture.

RF said...

Sporer,

With the current R approach to social issues that you are peddling in this rather sad post, the future looks bright for my party. The vast majority of today's youth watches your discomfort and fearmongering with bewilderement.

Art A Layman said...

sporie:

I realize that it is your goal and that of most conservatives that we all be Stepfords. Ain't gonna happen! If for no other reason than I don't wish to be bald.

Anonymous said...

Babies are much more appropriately born to white trailer trash Republican welfare queens - didn't ya'll get the memo from RPI? They certainly don't deserve to be raised in any homo situation do they?
How soon until Ted brings up the death penalty again? (We only need to wait for Ramona's trial before we hear that tired chant again)

Anonymous said...

I saw this man/woman featured in a magazine. What I find interesting is that she/he went to a lot of trouble and cost to switch gender, but, on her/his own choice,decided to keep her/his uterus. Now, if you are convinced that you were born the wrong sex, truly thought, "oops...somebody screwed up, I need to fix this", wouldn't the uterus be te first to go? I think she/he is/was not so certain...it's a sad story,really.

Art A Layman said...

sporie:

None of us attempted to refute your premise because some premises are just to inane to bother with. You seem to have more than your share of those.

Anonymous 10:26:

It is truly a sad story and one that does not need to be held out to ridicule by peabrains that can't find any principles to run a political campaign on. It is far easier to condemn those who don't quite fit the conservative ideal for the model American citizen.

One can only surmise that sporie is not a Christian or if he is he's a pretty poor one.

Apparently they don't teach compassion and empathy in the Juris Doctorate curriculum.

Anonymous said...

I'm beginning to wonder if they teach anything in the Juris Doctorate program.

Anonymous said...

Hey Ted:

You want people to really chuck their breakfast?, put up a picture of Mark Klein next to this pregnant bastard.

Har har har har har har.

Anonymous said...

I saw this "loving" couple on Oprah today (instructed to record it for girl friend). This is where Oprah and her New Earth religion is taking this country. She was so enthralled with the couple, the "wife's" grown daughters looked at their mom as a role model for their marriage and the "couple" couldn't keep their hands off each other. Sick, perversion of family, welcomed by Oprah in diversity.
Sick, sick, sick. And McLame snubs Billy Graham. Go figure.

Anonymous said...

kinda looks like Sen Jeff Angelo

Anonymous said...

Hey 6:15 - you recording that for your "live in" girlfriend or does your girlfriend just watch TV at your place and then go home? (The social conservatives are curious about that)

Anonymous said...

As usual, you can always count on democrats to only care about gays, guns and abortion. This time out, it's gays.

Why can't they talk about issues instead of just gays, guns and abortion - sheesh - don't they ever want to talk about stuff that republicans want to discuss, like Obamas MASSIVE tax increases he proposes on the middle class and old people on fixed incomes?

Art A Layman said...

anonymous 12:20:

I'm confused. Obama can't be talking about MASSIVE tax increases, unless he is talking about only taxing non-gays or gun owners or those who fail to get an abortion, according to your first premise.

BTW I'm an old person on a fixed income and I'm not worried about Obama's tax plans. Middle class! What middle class? They're almost all gone.

Anonymous said...

Sporer will you please take this bastards picture down, it's disgusting. Do you hear me? It's disgusting!

Anonymous said...

Someone ought to photoshop Ted's face on that pix - that would be a riot.

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