Thursday, September 3, 2015

How do you spell "weasel" today? JEB!!!!Boy!



Jeb Bush Seeks Middle Ground on Clerk's Same-Sex Marriage Stand

Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush on Thursday weighed in on the hot-button issue of the week: whether Kentucky court clerk Kim Davis ought to be entitled — based on her religious beliefs — to defy a federal court order mandating that she issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
"[Davis] is sworn to uphold the law and it seems to me there ought to be common ground, there ought to be big enough space for her to act on her conscience and for, now that the law is the law of the land, for a gay couple to be married in whatever jurisdiction that is," Bush said to supporters at a town hall event in Laconia, New Hampshire.

And because he is neither hot nor cold but lukewarm Someone will spew him out of his mouth?

Gorgeous Day, Surf up, Not a Surfer in Sight

You could see up and down 3 or 4 miles, counting around toward Cayucos, and not a single surfer was out there.
They were all home repainting their red boards blue, maybe. Or maybe as a group they are smarter than you thought. I am still shaking from two days ago when the fog lifted to expose many surfers out in the water--this just before the shark took a hunk out of a board a little to the north, here at Morro Strand.

Today's Local Paper--Shark Felt Threatened; Pistol-Wielding Prison Guard Felt Threatened; Republican Candidates Felt. . .

So the (or a) shark reappeared (or appeared) yesterday morning off Morro Strand and surfers paddled in. With no surfers in sight thousands of birds had the water to themselves and circled a several hundred yard area, flying fast as if they were going hundreds of miles north or south but wheeling around, often settling down on the water. The local expert says the shark probably felt threatened by the surfer's red board. Because it is feeling threatened it is hanging around, the expert explains. OK. And the former prison guard in a frenzy of road rage threatened another driver with a loaded gun but because he was also feeling threatened he gets only probation. OK. And because they all have to be more religious than the others the Republican candidates for President are tumbling over each other in their rush to be the most lawless. Rand Paul, who a few years ago didn't want any silly laws to keep a nice white couple from having to feed anyone black at their restaurant, embraced Kim Davis for behaving like a good bigoted American, and Marco Rubio jumped on top of Rand, and Huckabee and Jindall rushed for that group hug for Kim Davis, who has some experience, apparently, in group hugs. And Christie maundered on about balance and balance and balance. What a lawless crew, defending religious bigotry in the name of religious freedom.

The Lawless Crew--Huckabee, Jindal, Paul, Rubio, Anyone Else?

And see Christie's blathering about "balance." Has any other Republican candidate embraced Kim Davis?

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Nightmare trying to nap. Thought Kim Davis and the Affleck nanny were in the same porno film

and that Kim Davis got paid more.

Us Scots believe in branches that don't fork, but someone should check on Kim Davis's ancestry

before expecting her to behave in a normal fashion and obey the laws.

Why is it that people who themselves have committed abominations before the Lord

don't want to let other people have a chance at a legal, loving marriage?

Not to say that multiple divorces and pregnancies during marriage but not by legal husbands (none close blood kin to her or the others?) really would make a Rowan clerk guilty of abominations . . . .

Maybe, though, being forgiven for your own sins might make you more tolerant of people who have not had the chance to sin so spectacularly. Maybe not.

Well, Kim Davis has Rand Paul on her side. Somehow, I doubt she has God on her side.