Anonymous asked: you're an idiot. why would you even listen to hank if you don't agree with anything he says? it's pretty well known that he hates everything about Obama. his entire album is dedicated to bashing the man. So why would you even bother paying attention to him? just shut up
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There are few things more American than country music. In fact we should stop being so vague about it and start referring to it as America Music. After all, you don’t call Belgium Waffles country waffles. Especially since if you did, people would forget that Belgium was a country.
But this weekend at The Stockyards Music Festival Hank Williams Jr. decided to ratchet up the patriotism in country music by throwing in some good old fashioned American hate speech. On stage in between songs he said:
“We’ve got a Muslim for a President who hates cowboys, hates cowgirls, hates fishing, hates farming, loves gays, and we hate him,”
Now, I can only assume the President Hank Williams is referring to is President of Iran: Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. He couldn’t be referring to Barack Obama because Barack Obama is definitively not a Muslim. So I must tip my hat to Hank Williams Jr. for sticking up to one of America’s most hostile enemies last weekend.
I have to hand it to Williams shrewd political cunning when he stated that Ahmadinejad ‘loves gays’. This may be seen by some as a factual misstep. Rather than being a calculated attempt to overthrow his entire regime. As Hank Williams’ most definitely knows, Iran summarily executes gays for practicing homosexuality. Therefore, by claiming that Ahmadinejad ‘loves gays’ he is in essence calling for the execution of the President himself.
So well done Hank Williams Jr. I commend you for taking Ahmadinejad’s brutal regime down a peg. This must have been your intention. I know you weren’t referring to Barack Obama, because if you did that would be bigoted, conniving, violence-inciting, hate speech and that is not what you and America Music is all about.
As you all know I am a staunch supporter of a Right to Life: a program giving free Quaker cereal to those in need. But I am also anti-abortion.
And this Sunday Republican Representative and part-time scarecrow Todd Akin was unfairly attacked by the pro-woman lobby when he defended his stance that abortion should be illegal in cases of rape:
“First of all, from what I understand from doctors [pregnancy from rape] is really rare…”
That’s right. Pregnancy from rape is rare. There’s no point in sympathizing with victims of something rare. This is why when my cousin contracted a rare flesh eating virus I refused to drive him to the hospital. If you wanted help you should have been the victim of something more common; like the flu or being the CEO of a bank.
In fact pregnancy from rape is so rare that the American Journal of Obstetricians and Gynecologists found:
“Rape-related pregnancy occurs with significant frequency” and is “a cause of many unwanted pregnancies” — an estimated “32,101 pregnancies result from rape each year.”
But that wasn’t all Rep. Akin had to say about this issue. He went on to argue:
“If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.”
Yes. The body can shut the whole thing down in cases of legitimate rape. If the woman’s rapist is registered then he will know to present his certificate of rape beforehand allowing the victim enough time to reach in the small of her back to press that red button that shuts down her reproductive system. It’s as simple than that.
Now even in cases when a rape is legitimate sometimes problems beyond our control occur. And Akin accounted for that when he said:
“Let’s assume that maybe that didn’t work, or something, I think there should be some punishment, but the punishment ought to be on the rapist and not attacking the child.”
Punishment needs to be delivered to the rapist! And everyone knows there’s nothing a rapist hates more than having his victim forced to see an unwanted pregnancy to term. I can just see rapists sitting in their basement apartments suffering with the knowledge that they have to think about their victim being pregnant for nine months, going through morning sickness, birthing pains, doctor’s bills, and mood swings, all culminating in a painful birth. Think about how terrible that must be for the rapist.
Now there was an outcry from rape-victim sympathizers over the weekend forcing Rep. Akin to back down from his stance and say he, ‘misspoke’. Well I’m here to say Rep. Akin. I support you. I as well as the rest of America know you meant exactly what you said and think you should continue expressing these views as openly as possible. The fate of your upcoming election depends on it!
If you know me you know I love a good campaign commerical. In 30 seconds or less a commercial can sum up all the things I believe about a candidate without being bogged down by facts or “the truth”.
Like this new ad released by the Romney campaign about Obamacare forcing religious employers to cover contraceptives:
President Obama used his healthcare plan to declare war on religion. Forcing religious institutions to go against their faith.
That’s right. Now that Obama is forcing religious institutions to pay for a bunch of sex-crazed, unmarried harlots to ravage the streets with their promiscuous fuck-abouts it’s only a matter of time before religion as we know it is taken down from the inside.
Contraception is just phase one of this attack. Next Obamacare will force religious institutions to cover a gay person’s spouse…or worse a gay couple’s adopted children.
Now even Obama admitted he went too far with this blatant attack on religion when he:
Signed off on an ‘accommodation’ that exempted religious institutions from the rule by allowing women to get free birth control directly from their insurance provider.
Of course this small fact was never mentioned in Romney’s attack ad. And with good reason! It would distract voters from realizing Obama’s intention to declare war on religion by proving that he has no intention to declare war on religion.
America! Don’t be misled by looking at what actually happened. If you really want things to work out in your favor just ignore everything that happens once you reach the part you like. That’s why I always stop The Lion King before Mufasa dies. To me, the movie is about a father lion showing his son the future kingdom. The End. I do not know what Hakuna Matata means, and I never will.