Saturday, January 20, 2007
Granted, I've never seen an episode of "Grey's Anatomy" and don't care to as frankly the idea that Patrick Dempsey (who I can still recall playing the overzealous nerd in that 80's hit "Can't Buy Me Love") is now some sort of sex symbol serves as yet another example of the crazy times we live in.
Yet, I have read about all the controversy surrounding cast member Isaiah Washington antics behind the set of "Grey", which started with getting into fisticuffs with fellow cast member Dempsey, while at the same time allegedly referring to fellow cast member T.J. Knight as a "faggot". For the Dempsey incident Washington (who is apparently notorious for not getting along with his co-stars) received a lot of negative press for being an actor whose difficult to work with, yet it's his supposed diss of co-star Knight that's taken levels of flak that could not only endanger Washington's time on "Grey's Anatomy", but his acting career as well.
You see by referring to Knight (who at the time of the Dempsey-Washington fight hadn't yet "come out of the closet") as a "faggot" Washington not only hurt his co-stars feelings, but the feelings of his fellow "Grey" castmates, the network (ABC) that signs his paycheck and more importantly, the Gay Mafia that pretty much runs Hollywood. After all, one of the unwritten rules in within the Liberal Doctrine states that usage of the word "faggot" makes you an evil hater of gays commonly known as a "homophobe". This rule also states that incidents of bigotry that comes from a member of the Left, doesn't qualify as being racist.
After all, it was only a month or so ago that "gay" (well, the guy says he's gay and has a boyfriend despite flirting heavily with his female roommates, begging them to have sex with him and admitting to having sex with a woman a few months prior to coming on the show) "Real World: Denver" roommate Davis, in a drunken spiel directed towards Black roommate Tyrie, called him a "nigger" more than once. Then too, last December "comedian" Andy Dick was caught using the n-word at L.A.'s Improv comedy spot just weeks after ex-"Seinfeld" star Michael Richards pulled the same stunt.
Generally, such occurrences would cause enough of a stir that would lead to both Davis and Andy Dick having their racist cards pulled, at least, by the national media. But the fact that Dick is openly bi-sexual and Davis claims to be gay (or at least bisexual I guess) is somewhat of an anomaly to their brethren in Hollyweird as the liberal press had little to say about either ugly episode. Of course, one can't help but wonder that if Richards racist rant wasn't caught on video or if he happened to be gay, if he would've still gotten the same level of public bashing that the media heaped on him after his tirade made news.
So despite the fact that Washington apologized for making the "faggot" remark, members of the Gay Mafia are demanding that he be fired from his job. Of course, it didn't help Washington's fate that fellow "Grey" co-star Katherine Heigl (and BFF to T.R. Knight) immediately denounced Washington at the recent Golden Globe Awards for denying that he ever bashed Knight. And now, after his network has publicly rebuked him for bringing up the ugly episode again, Washington is not only apologizing once again, but admitting that has a "problem" (i.e. " must hates the gays").
Of course, this is nothing new as according to the Liberal Doctrine "tolerance" of homosexuality is not enough, it must also be "accepted" and never frowned upon. It can also be deduced from all of this that "faggot" is akin to gays as "nigger" is to Blacks if you're a liberal. And hey, that wouldn't be the first time that they jumped on our bandwagon.
Because that's what we're up against, too bad for Washington's sake he may've found that out too late.
Other's Blogging: Sovo Blog, Booker Rising
The battle over junk science is getting more & more feisty with each passing day. After a major climatologist at The Weather Channel’s issued a strong threat on Thursday demanding that global warming skeptics losing their AMS certifications, an Alabama weatherman named James Spann wrote a blog post firing back:
Well, well. Some “climate expert” on “The Weather Channel” wants to take away AMS certification from those of us who believe the recent “global warming” is a natural process. So much for “tolerance”, huh?
I have been in operational meteorology since 1978, and I know dozens and dozens of broadcast meteorologists all over the country. Our big job: look at a large volume of raw data and come up with a public weather forecast for the next seven days. I do not know of a single TV meteorologist who buys into the man-made global warming hype. I know there must be a few out there, but I can’t find them.
Wow, this is really shocking! Wonder if Al Gore has met this man since the former VP (and inventor of the Internet) has become such an "expert" of weather. I mean, God help anyone whose actually IN the business of weather speaking out against global warming. This just cannot be! Wait until Big Al finds out about this, he's gonna' flip! Unless of course, he's in the middle of telling us that he's only 99% sure that he's not running for President again.
Thursday, January 18, 2007
Tuesday, January 16, 2007
“Are we going to force the Jews to apologize for killing Christ? Nobody living today had anything to do with it. It would be far more appropriate in my view to apologize to the Upper Mattaponi and the Pamunkey” Indians for the loss of their lands in eastern Virginia.
“On the other hand, not a soul in this legislature had anything to do with slavery. (It is) harmful to society in general to keep recycling this thing which we all know and all despise and all have no respect for.”
Listen, I dont need or want some government-mandated apology for slavery, it's silly, a serious waste of time and it just reeks of guilt. Yet, at the same time I don't need some white dude telling me to "get over slavery" either, it's offensive, ignorant and until you walk in my shoes you'll never understand what it's like to to black (I always go back to Chris Rock for succinctly pointing out that "no white person would trade places with me and I'm rich"). And while it may not be warranted (esp. considering that the Democratic party has a sitting senator who used to be a member of the KKK) if the Republican party is seriously interested in ridding itself of the racist stigma that's attached to it, while continuing to court the votes of minorities, than it needs to denounce guys like Hargrove.
Other's Blogging: Right-Thinking From The Left Coast
Monday, January 15, 2007
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- U.S. Sen. Barack Obama said Tuesday he is taking a first step toward running for president next year.
"I will be filing papers today to create a presidential exploratory committee," the Illinois Democrat said, adding that he will announce his final decision February 10 from his hometown of Chicago.
He made the announcement in a video posted on his Web site -- www.barackobama.com. "The decisions that have been made in Washington over the past six years and the problems that have been ignored have put our country in a precarious place," he said in the video.
In addition to citing "the tragic and costly war that should never have been waged," Obama mentioned health care, pensions, college tuition and "our continued dependence on oil" as issues that need work.
So he's in, big deal. Barack Obama has as much chance of being President as I do. First of all, like it or not his race matters and the irony there is that even Blacks are having a hard time backing him. Secondly, his voting record as a senator, highly liberal, will come back to haunt him no matter how much the media keeps overlooks it. Then too, sitting Senators do not win Presidencies. The last sitting Senator to win the Presidency was JFK. In fact sitting Senators are rarely elected, let alone nominated, proven by the fact that only TWO sitting Senators have ever been elected President, Harding and Kennedy. And finally, there's the issue of his name: it just sounds too much like the guy running Al Qaeda. Hell, even Ted Kennedy couldn't get the senator from Illinois' name right:
“Why don’t we just ask Osama bin — Osama Obama — Obama what — since he won by such a big amount. Seriously, Senator Obama is really unique and special.”
Sunday, January 14, 2007
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Britain's Prince Harry Trains For Iraq War
Woman Dies After Radio Station's Water Drinking Contest
Pelosi Slammed For "Hypocrisy" On New Minimum Wage Bill
Athletes and Guns: Armed ... Dangerous?
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