|Was it Drugs or Panic?
Aaron McKinney, one of two men
who beat the life out of a fellow human being for the grievous wrong
of being homosexual, might use either
the defense that he was on drugs or the defense that gay people
freak him out in justifying his primary role in the pointless clubbing,
abuse, torture and murder he undoubtedly participated in. Of course he
could use both defenses too, in combination.
Who Really Cares?
We've got a third defense we hope
his sleazy lawyer considers: Aaron McKinney's an idiotic redneck piece
of crap, the direct result of several generations' inbreeding, and so,
rather than being held responsible for his actions -- he really can't help
the fact he's a vicious psychopath -- should merely be lobotomized
(to complete the effects) and sterilized (to prevent his having
any further intimate relations with his, ah, relations, and breeding even
more morons like himself).
Castrate him first, though, since if our
hunch is correct that'd have the same effect as lobotomizing him, given
which head he probably does all his thinking with. Why go to any unnecessary
Along that reasoning, of course, no anesthesia
should be used. Just a much-smaller version of one of those elastic
bands they use on bulls.
In what is surely vastly disappointing
to tens of fractions of Republicans, Pat Buchanan made good on his "threat"
today, heading off into Reform Party land. He whined
that other Repiglicans have abandoned him, a fact which makes this publisher
believe that perhaps the GOP has more brain cells among it than
The Klan you Love to Hate
Hey, Pat, here's a hint. They didn't drop
you because they disagree with the totality of your politics. It's because
you're a raving loon who publically discredits the efforts of millions
of US veterans by implying the US participation in World War Two was unnecessary.
Oh, that and the fact you're a creepy little
who has more in common with Hitler than with most other prominent members
of American politics.
Not that he's actually a member
necessarily, but Buchanan surely felt the pain of the dozen or so Klansmen
up at the New York rally where they were forbidden by legal edict last
week to actually wear masks.
It Must Be The Apocalypse
The dismally low attendance -- when approximately
80 members of the Klan had been expected -- was blamed largely on the fact
that the racist bastards had to walk around barefaced, so the entire
city could see the scum.
These "superior" humans are apparently
afraid of reprisals, despite having more guns -- and fewer teeth, to match
the scarcity of branching in the family tree, no doubt -- than most Americans.
Gee, Klan members afraid of being discriminated
against or even lynched? This publisher can only respond to their concerns
at this inevitable turning of karma by laughing until he drools.
Jerry Falwell is actually trying
to bring his message to homosexuals. And he might be succeeding.