Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Daily Porn...Packed With Spunk


Truckstop Tramps 2 Pt. 14

Hungry Bitch


Slave Boi Steve Makes Love To His Guitar

Watch it thru to the end, you'll love what he does with his tongue...I know I did!

Musical Interlude...9 Inch Nails Live

Senate Republicans Block Minimum Wage Bill

I'll leave this bit of info for you to digest and let two former Presidents speak for me:

"I wonder how many times you have to be hit on the head before you find out who's hitting you? It's about time that the people of America realized what the Republicans have been doing to them." - Harry Truman 1947

“The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much; it is whether we provide enough for those who have too little.”
― Franklin D. Roosevelt  

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Daily Porn...Serving his Master

Trauckstop Tramps 2 Pt.13

Eat More Ass Tuesday

The Fucktard Of The Week, The Heritage Foundations Ryan Anderson

Ryan T. Anderson of the conservative Heritage Foundation claims gay marriage bans “take nothing away from anyone.”
During an interview with LDS Church-owned KSL TV in Salt Lake City, Anderson incorrectly argued that marriage bans do not prohibit churches from marrying gay couples.

“As you lay out your arguments, many people may be unmoved because it seems like you aren't giving homosexuals the opportunity for true fulfillment, that society is justifying sacrificing some people's fulfillment at the sake of others. What is your response to that?” Anderson was asked.
“Marriage laws take nothing away from anyone,” replied Anderson, the author of What is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense. “In all 50 states, two people of the same sex can live with each other and love each other. If their house of worship recognizes same-sex marriage, they can have a wedding there. If their business wants to give them marriage benefits, the business can. That’s very much a live and let live society. What’s at stake with the redefinition of marriage is: will the law redefine what marriage is and then force every community, every religious community, except for the four walls of a church, every business community, into treating the same-sex relationship as if it’s a marriage, even when it violates their beliefs about marriage? But defining marriage as between a man and a woman so that as many children as possible have a mother and a father in no way infringes upon the liberty of any American to live and to love how they choose to.”
I have an idea, let me strap Ryan to the discipline saw horse in my play room and with a nice, fresh birch wood cane, whack his naked, white ass, once for ever benefit denied same sex couples and see just how long it takes for him to realize that he might not exactly realize how we might like to share in those marriage benefits equally.
I'm betting, he'll soon be able to recite the reasons why his statement is a complete load of utter fucktardery and that his religious freedoms end where they infringe on other peoples rights and if he's a really good boi, I might let him clean my ass with his tongue.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Daily Porn...A Master Fucks His boi


Truckstop Tramps 2 Pt.12

Athletic Bois

Can't We All Just Get Along?

With all the media in full uproar over L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling's racist remarks, I can't seem to forget, that these very same people, were condemning the gay community for basically doing the same thing they are now doing and I'm not the only person to think so, David Badash over at the Huffpost stated:
"Right now, many are demanding Sterling be sanctioned, many more want him to be forced to sell the Clippers.

But shouldn't Andrew Sullivan, Maggie Gallagher, Brian Brown, Bryan Fischer, Tony Perkins, AEI fellow Charles Murray, Legal Insurrection blogger William A. Jacobson, former GOP chair Ken Mehlman, Washington Post blogger Eugene Volokh, Slate’s Will Saletan, and PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel, among many others, voice support for Sterling?

Shouldn't they be rushing to his defense?

They all certainly were defending Brendan Eich just a few weeks ago. Some, in a strange reverse exercise of “hate the sin, love the sinner” act, even this week."

While over at America Blog, John Aravosis noted:
"Oh the irony.
It was only a few weeks ago that America was lecturing the gay community about its intolerance for intolerance, for objecting to a bigot (in fact, an anti-gay activist, Brendan Eich) running a major American corporation (in this case, the Mozilla Foundation).
Republicans, including gay conservatives, were particularly upset that anyone would judge a man’s job performance, especially the man running a company, by his personal animus towards minorities, many of whom would be his own employees. So long as he didn’t discriminate against his own employees, he was free to be a bigot, they told us.
Now, they’re all eating crow."

Tennessee Wedding Venue Approves Then Denies Gay Couple

WSMV Channel 4
Just days after a wedding venue in Tennessee told a gay couple that they could hold their commitment ceremony there, the venue reversed course, citing the state's ban on gay marriage.
According to NBC affiliate WSMV, Iraq war veterans Anthony Wilfert and Brian Blas fell in love nine years ago while serving at Fort Campbell.

The men thought they had found the perfect venue for their ceremony after taking a tour of Mint Springs Farm.
“I made it clear from the get-go that it was a same-sex ceremony,” Wilfert said. “He explicitly made it clear that it was not an issue, that they would host that type of ceremony.”
But within days, the couple received an e-mail from the venue's owner: “Unfortunately, until same sex marriage is legal in the state of Tennessee, we cannot participate in this ceremony at our venue. I wish we could help, I truly do, but our hands are tied in this situation.”
“It is a private venue,” Wilfert said. “We purposefully chose a place that is not tied to a religious organization for that reason, so to mention something about state law is baffling.”
In a statement to the network, the owner reiterated his decision: “We are deeply sorry that a staff member of ours was unaware of our policy and truly understand the disappointment of this couple. Our employee was simply trying to be helpful to this couple who visited our venue after hours.”
“We only do weddings at our facility. When we went into this endeavor, we knew that due to the nature of our business, this situation would arise. However, Tennessee law currently states that same-sex marriage is prohibited by the Tennessee State Constitution. Because we only host weddings, we cannot violate Tennessee law.”
The owner added that the decision “does not in any way reflect or convey any personal feelings on this matter.”
Wilfert said that it was “quite deflating” to have fought in the military for the freedoms of all Americans only to “come back to fight a whole new set of obstacles.”

No, their hands aren't "tied" they are homophobes. 
Just because it isn't legal for same sex couples to marry in Tennessee, doesn't mean a privately owned company can't host a gay commitment ceremony....who the hell do they think they are foolin'?

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Daily Porn...Pigging Out


Truckstop Tramps 2 Pt 11