Friday, August 31, 2012

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Boxer Micky Ward Pulls Scott Brown Endorsement Over Gay Rights

From The Towleroad:
Republican Scott Brown meant to hold an event today in which Micky Ward, the boxer who inspired the Oscar-nominated movie The Fighter, would throw his weight behind the Massachusetts Senator's reelection campaign.
Ward, however, pulled out at the last minute because, much to his chagrin, Brown does not support labor unions or marriage equality.

"I can’t support Scott Brown. I just can’t do it," said Ward about a half-hour after telling The Sun of Lowell he was backing the Republican. "I found out Scott (Brown) is anti-union and I’m a Teamster guy. I found out he’s also against gay marriage, and I say if you love someone, you should have the same rights no matter who you are.”

The Massachusetts senate race is one of the most-watched in the country. Brown, who replaced late Sen. Ted Kennedy, is going up against progressive Elizabeth Warren, a proponent of marriage equality. Though Warren was up in earlier polls, Brown has again pulled ahead. A Public Policy Polling survey released this week puts him about 5 points ahead of Warren.

The big lie: gay indoctrination

In its recent editorial ("Misinformation campaign," Aug. 26), The Sun correctly identifies the theme that "gay marriage will be taught in schools" as unsupported nonsense. However, in doing so the editors overlook the sinister underlying message and its intent.
First a bit of history. Frank Schubert, the public relations consultant who serves as National Organization for Marriage's campaign manager (Maryland Marriage Alliance is NOM's local franchise), came up with this attack line during California's Proposition 8 campaign in 2008. He claimed that it created a very strong visceral reaction in a focus group. Mr. Schubert used the same talking point in Maine's Question 1 contest the following year. He was successful in both campaigns.
 The underlying motif is the notion that, if anything about gay people is taught in schools, it might cause one's child to choose to be gay, which is a very, very bad thing. In other words, gays are a threat to children. Thus, the more important response to this attack is that sexual orientation is neither contagious nor a choice. While Mr. Schubert often frames this as an issue of religious liberty and parental rights (teaching something that conflicts with a parent's religious beliefs) it is only effective because parents are uncertain about one very basic scientific fact — they have no more control over the sexual orientation of their children than they have over the hair or eye color.
It is not enough to point out that the message is disingenuous. It is important to explain the false premise, irrespective of how subtle it might be.
Over 30 years ago, a very liberal, pro-gay politician wrote in an op-ed that "homosexuality is not a contagious disease like the measles." That politician was Ronald W. Reagan, and he helped to defeat a 1978 California measure with a similar message. That measure became known as the Briggs Initiative and it would have banned gays from working in California's public schools.
Some bad ideas never die. Mr. Schubert knows that the tactic is as important as the lie. In this case, he would like to make this a choice of whether or not people believe that marriage equality would be a subject for instruction in public schools. Voters need only embrace the idea that it might be taught and it is a bad thing to vote against equality.
Well, marriage equality is not just about equal protection under the law. There exists a very real issue involving children in the United States. There are roughly 2 million kids being raised by gays — some by gay couples. Don't some of these children deserve the stability and security that only married parents can provide?

Thursday, August 30, 2012

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Paul Ryan’s Speech, What A Work Of Lies And Deceptions

By Sally Kohn:

So, Ryan’s primary job tonight was to introduce himself and make himself seem likeable, and he did that well. The personal parts of the speech were very personally delivered, especially the touching parts where Ryan talked about his father and mother and their roles in his life. And at the end of the speech, when Ryan cheered the crowd to its feet, he showed an energy and enthusiasm that’s what voters want in leaders and what Republicans have been desperately lacking in this campaign.
To anyone watching Ryan’s speech who hasn’t been paying much attention to the ins and outs and accusations of the campaign, I suspect Ryan came across as a smart, passionate and all-around nice guy — the sort of guy you can imagine having a friendly chat with while watching your kids play soccer together. And for a lot of voters, what matters isn’t what candidates have done or what they promise to do —it’s personality. On this measure, Mitt Romney has been catastrophically struggling and with his speech, Ryan humanized himself and presumably by extension, the top of the ticket.
2. Deceiving
On the other hand, to anyone paying the slightest bit of attention to facts, Ryan’s speech was an apparent attempt to set the world record for the greatest number of blatant lies and misrepresentations slipped into a single political speech. On this measure, while it was  Romney who ran the Olympics, Ryan earned the gold.
The good news is that the Romney-Ryan campaign has likely created dozens of new jobs among the legions of additional fact checkers that media outlets are rushing to hire to sift through the mountain of cow dung that flowed from Ryan’s mouth. Said fact checkers have already condemned certain arguments that Ryan still irresponsibly repeated.
Fact: While Ryan tried to pin the downgrade of the United States’ credit rating on spending under President Obama, the credit rating was actually downgraded because Republicans threatened not to raise the debt ceiling.
Fact: While Ryan blamed President Obama for the shut down of a GM plant in Janesville, Wisconsin, the plant was actually closed under President George W. Bush. Ryan actually asked for federal spending to save the plant, while Romney has criticized the auto industry bailout that President Obama ultimately enacted to prevent other plants from closing.
Fact: Though Ryan insisted that President Obama wants to give all the credit for private sector success to government, that isn't what the president said. Period.
Fact: Though Paul Ryan accused President Obama of taking $716 billion out of Medicare, the fact is that that amount was savings in Medicare reimbursement rates (which, incidentally, save Medicare recipients out-of-pocket costs, too) and Ryan himself embraced these savings in his budget plan.
Elections should be about competing based on your record in the past and your vision for the future, not competing to see who can get away with the most lies and distortions without voters noticing or bother to care. Both parties should hold themselves to that standard. Republicans should be ashamed that there was even one misrepresentation in Ryan’s speech but sadly, there were many.
3. Distracting
And then there’s what Ryan didn’t talk about.
Ryan didn’t mention his extremist stance on banning all abortions with no exception for rape or incest, a stance that is out of touch with 75% of American voters.
Ryan didn’t mention his previous plan to hand over Social Security to Wall Street.
Ryan didn’t mention his numerous votes to raise spending and balloon the deficit when George W. Bush was president.
Ryan didn’t mention how his budget would eviscerate programs that help the poor and raise taxes on 95% of Americans in order to cut taxes for millionaires and billionaires even further and increase — yes, increasethe deficit.
These aspects of Ryan’s resume and ideology are sticky to say the least. He would have been wise to tackle them head on and try and explain them away in his first real introduction to voters. But instead of Ryan airing his own dirty laundry, Democrats will get the chance.
At the end of his speech, Ryan quoted his dad, who used to say to him, “"Son. You have a choice: You can be part of the problem, or you can be part of the solution."
Ryan may have helped solve some of the likeability problems facing Romney, but ultimately by trying to deceive voters about basic facts and trying to distract voters from his own record, Ryan’s speech caused a much larger problem for himself and his running mate.

Orrin Hatch Disagrees With Mitt Romney On Gay Marriage; Gary Bauer Responds

Republican Senator Orrin Hatch of Utah has said he does not support a constitutional amendment banning gay marriage, breaking with Mitt Romney on the issue.
“Well, my personal belief is that we should not discriminate against anybody, but I do draw the line at the definition of marriage,” Hatch told SiriusXM's Michelangelo Signorile.
Hatch, who in 2006 voted in favor of a constitutional amendment which would define marriage as a heterosexual union, added that he had not “even considered” such an amendment and believed “that the states should be able to make their own determination” on the issue.
“There are about, what, six states that have done it? They've chosen to do that. I don't agree with that, because I believe in the sanctity of the marriage covenant and the traditional definition, but the states have a right to do it,” he said.
Romney was among the Republican candidates who last summer signed a National Organization for Marriage (NOM) pledge in support of a federal constitutional amendment banning gay marriage.
Gary Bauer, president of the Christian conservative American Values, criticized Hatch on Thursday.
“Of course as you know that's not the goal of the gay rights movement,” Bauer told Signorile. “The goal of the gay rights movement is to take a state that has same-sex marriage and to use that state as a battering ram and a lawsuit before the Supreme Court to force every state to have same-sex marriage. So I'm sorry that Orrin fell for it. But if only your side was willing to allow each state to make the decision on their own. I think Orrin Hatch may have had a bad moment or he forgets what's happened in the last 30 years – courts forcing radical social change on the American people.”
You know, such things as a woman's right to choose,  forced segregation of African-Americans in public schools and a host of other rulings that wouldn't allow christian fundamentalist to force their religious beliefs on everyone else.   

How to Suck Your Own Dick

Come on, you know you've tried it. If you have a penis, a mouth, 15 spare minutes, and even an iota of curiosity, you've tried to see just how close you can get your face to that pesky little pecker you carry around in your pants. That's OK, man has been trying to get that thing into his mouth since the dawn of time. Unfortunately, most of us can’t do it.
The worst part about that one inch that keeps your dick head from your sweet, sweet lips is that we know there are guys out there who can actually bridge that abyss—and they're not even contortionists or freaks with a whole foot of pipe in their briefs. These are just normal guys who have the gift of self-pleasure.
Here are some tips from two different guys who can both fellate their own little fella. One is Deviant Kade, an adult video performer who often performs his penile parlor trick for the camera, and the other is a young man named John who didn't want his real name used because he doesn’t want to be forced to throw his legs over his head at every party he goes to for the rest of his life. Here's what we can learn from them.
Be Thin
Both of our guys are on the lean side, weighing in at 130 pounds (Kade is 5'9" and John 6'). Unsurprisingly, it’s much easier to reach your dick if you don't have a big belly in the way. Dick size, however, doesn't seem to matter all that much. Both guys are about seven inches hard, which is on the more generous side of average, so it seems body type is more of an issue than endowment.
Loosen Up
An advanced appreciation of downward dog isn't necessary, but both guys stressed the importance of stretching—especially the neck. Don't only get limber on the day of your big try, but spend a week really seeing how far you can stretch your torso and everything above your shoulders. Kade even recommends loosening up with a warm bath. As if putting a dick in your mouth wasn't gay enough already.
Get Hard
John says, "If someone can do it soft they should be given an award." Isn't sucking your own dick reward enough? Anyway, both guys say the harder the better. Kade uses a cock ring to achieve maximum rigidity and to keep his stiffy saluting even if his neck hurts or he gets frustrated that it's not as easy as usual.
Pick a Position
Kade prefers to lie on his back and lift his heels in the air, bringing his cock toward his mouth. He does it on the floor or another hard surface because a bed has too much give. "One way you can do it is on your back with your head against the wall, and then walk down the wall as close as you can get it." A pillow under the head helps not only for cushioning but a little extra lift.
John, who discovered he could self suck while taking a shit with a boner (a particular neurosis we won't even get into) prefers a seated position where he bends at the waist and brings the head down to the promised land.
Get Help
Kade says that the first time he reached his own pleasure dome was with the help of a girlfriend who pushed down gently on his legs to get his dick over the finish line. He's had great success pleasing partners both male and female while pleasing himself. He says they're always amazed and amused and happy to help. Now, you might be asking, “Why would you want to suck your own dick if there's someone else there to suck it for you?” I’ll answer that with another, very obvious question: Who doesn't want to suck his own dick?
Be Prepared
Not only do you need to accept the inevitability that once you achieve success in this arena everyone is going to want to see your sexy secret, but there's another surprise you need to get ready for: cumming in your own mouth. Most (straight) guys haven't experienced this before, so there might be some gagging involved. "It's a shock the first time you cum in your mouth. It's a surprise, because you can do it," Kade says. "You're more excited about doing it than caring about the cum. 'I just came in my mouth. That's amazing!'"
Now everyone start stretching and give it a whirl. And maybe have a phone near you in case of an accident. It will be a lot easier to call a sympathetic friend than an ambulance full of EMTs who will laugh at you.

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

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Ann Romney Likes 'Modern Family'; Steve Levitan Says She Can Marry Gay Couple

Ann Romney, wife of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, has named Modern Family her favorite TV show, prompting creator Steve Levitan to offer her a guest role.
Romney told Entertainment Tonight that she had a Hollywood crush on Kevin Costner, her guilty pleasures are eating donuts and cookies, and her favorite TV show is Modern Family.
The ABC sitcom features gay couple Mitch and Cam, played by Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet, who are raising their adopted daughter (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons).
“Thrilled Ann Romney says ModFam is her favorite show,” Levitan messaged to his nearly 59,000 followers Tuesday on Twitter.
Levitan also gave a suggestive poke at Mitt Romney, who is opposed to the legalization of gay marriage.
“We'll offer her the role of officiant at Mitch & Cam's wedding. As soon as it's legal,” Levitan tweeted.

GOP OKs platform barring abortions, gay marriage

TAMPA, Fla. — Republicans emphatically approved a toughly worded party platform at their national convention Tuesday that would ban all abortions and gay marriages, reshape Medicare into a voucher-like program and cut taxes to energize the economy and create jobs.

The document opens by warning that while the American Dream has long been of equal opportunity for everyone, "Today that American Dream is at risk." It pledges that the GOP will "begin anew, with profound changes in the way government operates; the way it budgets, taxes and regulates."

Both parties routinely approve platforms at their conventions every four years, meant to encapsulate their principles and goals. Much of their details are customarily ignored when it comes to actually governing.

Even so, a poll by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center found more people interested in the GOP platform than in the upcoming acceptance speeches by presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan. The survey found that 52 percent said they were interested in learning about the Republican platform, compared to 44 percent interested in Romney's speech and 46 percent interested in Ryan's.

"This ambitious blueprint projects a sea change in the way that government works," said Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, who led the party's platform committee. "It offers a solution for workers without jobs, families without savings and neighborhoods without hope."

Democrats lambasted the platform and immediately sought to tie it to Romney, who has differed from some of its details. For instance, he has said he would allow abortions in cases of rape, incest or when the mother's life is threatened.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who is among several Democrats in Tampa trying to get their party's views heard, called the platform's stances on abortion and immigration "draconian" and "extreme" and blamed Romney. "What you have seen from him is that he does one thing, he says another," Villaraigosa said. "He has taken one position after another, time and again you know, and you can't have it both ways."

Here are some of the key elements of the Republican platform:


The platform affirms the rights of states and the federal government not to recognize same-sex marriage. It backs a constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Translation...God hates fags, and homo's are second class citizens and will always be treated as such and if ya don't like it, tough shit. 

"Voter fraud is a political poison," the platform says. It praises legislation to require photo identification for voting and to prevent election fraud.
I thought that's what drivers licenses were for?


The party says it opposes legislation intended to restrict Second Amendment rights by limiting the capacity of clips or magazines or otherwise restoring the assault weapons ban passed during the Clinton presidency.
Translation...You can be the first on your block to own tactical nukes you bought on the black market, we don't care, just keep voting Republican.

The party states that "the unborn child has a fundamental individual right to life which cannot be infringed." It opposes using public revenues to promote or perform abortion or to fund organizations that perform or advocate abortions. It says the party will not fund or subsidize health care that includes abortion coverage.
Translation...We're predominately white males and believe women are by biblical definition, property and thus shouldn't have any say on any matter that isn't in agreement with the dominate male in her life and should be more concerned about having dinner on the table, keeping the house clean and knowing her place is subservient to her husbands will.

The party is committed to domestic energy independence and an "all-of-the-above" energy policy, backing the exploration and development of the Outer Continental Shelf and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and the construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. It criticizes the Obama administration for picking winners and losers in the energy sector and expresses support for new coal-fired plants that will be low-cost, environmentally responsible and efficient.

It adds: "We will end the EPA's war on coal and encourage the increased safe development in all regions of the nation's coal resources." It calls on Congress to prohibit the EPA from moving forward with new greenhouse gas regulations "that will harm the nation's economy and threaten millions of jobs over the next quarter century."
Translation...Big business will be free to rape the land, after all, it's all about corporate profits.

The platform pledges to move both Medicare and Medicaid away from "the current unsustainable defined-benefit entitlement model to a fiscally sound defined-contribution model." It supports a Medicare transition to a premium-support model with an income-adjusted contribution toward a health plan of the enrollee's choice. Age eligibility in Medicare must be made more realistic in light of longer life spans.

Medicaid services for low income people would be transformed into a block grant program in which the states would be given the flexibility to determine the best programs for their residents.
Translation...Blue color workers and common laborers should work until they die on the job and quit being a bunch of whiny babies.
Of course handing it all over to the states will guarantee bigger bureaucracy, more corruption and even less money for the sick and indigent.  

The platform makes clear that "we oppose any form of amnesty for those who, by intentionally violating the law, disadvantage those who have obeyed it." It demands that the Justice Department halt lawsuits against Arizona, Alabama and other states that have enacted tough measures against illegal immigrants. It says federal funding should be denied to universities that provide in-state tuition rates to illegal immigrants. It advocates making English the official national language.

The platform says Republicans are "the party of peace through strength" and support the concept of American exceptionalism — "the conviction that our country holds a unique place and role in human history." It criticizes the current administration for its weak positions toward such countries as North Korea, China and Iran and its reductions in military spending. The Republican national military strategy "restores as a principal objective the deterrence using the full spectrum of our military capabilities."
Translation...We hate foreigners, they talk funny and most of 'em don't even know what Nascar is.

It states that a Republican president on his first day in office would use his waiver authority to halt progress in carrying out the health care act pushed through by President Barack Obama and that Republican victories in November would guarantee that the act is never implemented. It proposes a Republican plan based on improving health care quality and lowering costs and a system that promotes the free market and gives consumers more choice.
Translation...Fuck the poor and the sick.  We hate them for being a burden on society and should just die and decrease the surplus population.

Republicans support consumer choice, including home schooling, local innovations such as single-sex classes, full-day school hours and year-round schools. It says Republicans renew their call for replacing family planning programs for teens "with abstinence education which teaches abstinence until marriage as the responsible and respected standard of behavior."
Translation...Keep the young stupid, illiterate and impoverished so the elite have a slave class they only have to pay peanuts too.

The platform says Republicans are "the party of peace through strength" and support the concept of American exceptionalism — "the conviction that our country holds a unique place and role in human history." It criticizes the current administration for its weak positions toward such countries as North Korea, China and Iran and its reductions in military spending. The Republican national military strategy "restores as a principal objective the deterrence using the full spectrum of our military capabilities."
Translation...We need a huge military presence at home to insure we can intimidate and control the ever increasing number of poor and disgruntled low life's, while corporate America ravages the country.