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(Huffington Post)   One of Mitt Romney's possible first actions if he were elected president would be to eliminate hospital visitation rights for same-sex couples   (huffingtonpost.com) divider line 260
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2012-10-24 08:59:57 AM  
img1.fark.net As he demonstrated conclusively at the debates, Mitt Romney is an asshole
 
2012-10-24 09:01:50 AM  
As a hospital employee, I don't see how the president could do this. We let people visit, we don't care, it's more important that the patient be comfortable. And you can give power of attorny(can't spell that word) to whoever you want.
 
Xai
2012-10-24 09:02:42 AM  
Wow, when did america become so farked up?
 
2012-10-24 09:03:05 AM  

Ghastly: Nadie_AZ: Huh. And the Log Cabin Republicans just endorsed him, saying he'll be too busy fixing the economy to legislate against their agenda.

Log Cabin Republicans are the urban professional gays with enough money that they think they'll be able to just buy their way out of any problems caused by legislation that makes gays second class citizens. Everyone I've talked to has been of the attitude "well I'm not really using my rights anyway and I'd really rather have money than rights when it comes right down to it". A lot of them are either very young gays who have no idea what it was like when cops used to bust into gay bars and crack open skulls just for shiats and giggles, or from rich families and grew up with an attitude that rich people do and should have more rights than the poor because they're a better class of people which is obvious because if they weren't better then they wouldn't be rich.


A lot of my blue state republicans have a similar attitude, my father included. Even if Roe v Wade were overturned, it would go back to state's rights, and it would be legal here. And he is rich enough to provide for his family. health care, college etc. Republicans have an amazing lack of empathy. You see it in the few Republicans that are for gay rights. They invariably have a close relative who is gay like Dick Cheney. They literally can't agree to something unless they have experienced it first hand.

I pulled a hard one on my father as he was ranting about the evils of the Affordable Care Act. I was adopted at birth. I asked him, if he had not adopted me, would it be okay for me to die from a treatable disease? He got very angry. It's tough to face the logical end of your ideological beliefs sometimes.
 
2012-10-24 09:04:39 AM  

Xai: Wow, when did america become so farked up?


Somewhere around 1492
 
2012-10-24 09:06:06 AM  

Dr. DJ Duckhunt: Is this before or after Trade-War with China?


You know very well that gay couples are currency manipulators.
 
2012-10-24 09:11:44 AM  

Weaver95:
lets hope the country isn't stupid enough to elect Romney. I think Obama's got this one in the bag but...ya just don't know till its over.


I wish you were right, but my instincts tell me you're wrong. The fact that it even appears close tells me this country is stupid enough to elect Romney, and that they're going to.
 
2012-10-24 09:11:57 AM  

ArgusRun: They invariably have a close relative who is gay like Dick Cheney.


Pretty sure that Dick Cheney is not gay...
 
2012-10-24 09:12:30 AM  

Dr. DJ Duckhunt: Is this before or after Trade-War with China?


At the same time obviously. It'll be known as Romney's Great Chinese Gay War.
 
2012-10-24 09:19:47 AM  

Huck And Molly Ziegler: C'mon, people, civil disobedience. First of all, I would count on a critical mass of hospital administrators to ensure that "loved ones" meant just that when it comes to visitation.


The problem is when the families block the significant others from visiting, and it is legally enforceable. The laws are meant to prevent that from happening. It has happened many times before.
 
2012-10-24 09:20:11 AM  
"This week Romney apparently believes that it should be up to the states to decide whether or not a spouse or child of gay and lesbian men and women should have the right to visit their loved ones in the hospital"

Once again, submitters can't read the bs they post. Romney want's the states deciding more and the government less. I have no problem with that. If you live in a state that doesn't give you the rights you want, move to another, there's 50 of em.
 
2012-10-24 09:22:34 AM  

Lt. Cheese Weasel: The Obama media derp machine is in full emergency shiatstorm mode. You can smell the desperation like a burning pile of tires.


Lol... I love this new talking point from the GOP and their stooges...

idiotflashback.files.wordpress.com

You should probably get used to saying it: "President Obama". Try it in the mirror a few times.
 
2012-10-24 09:29:26 AM  

Eddie Adams from Torrance: Mitt's gonna have a busy first day...

8:00-Noon: Inauguration
Noon-12:15: Restrict civil rights for gay couples.
12:15 -12:30: Tax Cuts
12:30-1:15: Lunch
1:15-1:30 : Trade war with China
1:30-1:35: Repeal Obamacare
1:35-2:45: Approve Keystone Pipeline
2:45-3:00: Open all Federal lands for oil drilling.
3:00-4:30: Create 12 million new jobs
4:30-5:00: Tax Cuts
5:00-5:15: Call Ahmadinejad, ask if he has Prince Albert in the can.
5:15-5:30: "Reinstate" Work for Welfare requirements.
5:30-6:00: Meet with Democrat and Republican leaders in Congress
6:00-6:30: Bust Federal Unions
6:30-7:00: Issue executive orders reversing all of Obama's executive orders
7:00-8:00: Light Supper
8:00-8:30: Reinstate the Mexico City Policy
8:30-9:00: Secure borders and ask all illegals to self-deport.


When is his meeting with Sheldon Adelson to grovel at his feet and receive instructions?
 
2012-10-24 09:30:11 AM  

riverwalk barfly: My mother who is now 70, has lived with the same man for 25 years. two years ago he had a heart attack and the hospital at first refused her visitation rights. She put an end to that shiat fast. It doesn't take much.


It does when the laws aren't in place, and the family decides they don't approve of your significant other's sexual orientation/lifestyle/whatever. They are legally able to bar you from visitation, and can sue you, have you arrested or ejected from the hospital. It's been happening for a long time, it's a part of the reason that I agree with Gays who talk about how much the whole "Civil Union" thing is just a big pile of bullshiat. Families have also successfully thrown out legitimate wills in the same way, all because Gay people DON'T have the same rights as you and your wife.
 
2012-10-24 09:32:54 AM  
This "right" ONLY exists because of presidential executive order.

Romney could completely wipe it away before he left the stage at the inauguration if he desired.

It would take no act of Congress - just a signature and an announcement. Because of DOMA, it would NOT be "an issue left to the states" - there are too many federal issues involved with hospitals, and all it would take is ONE person to invoke "DOMA" to cause a same-sex couple chaos.

When my partner died I was lucky. The hospital let me see him. The next DAY however, was a bit tense because at first, they claimed they were only allowed to release his effects to a "family member" (because of DOMA). Someone in the administration of the hospital finally overrode that and let me have his clothes.

As to the "you can 'just' get a power of attorney and all will be well" claim. False. It definitely HELPS in some cases, but it guarantees nothing - especially in time-critical situations, and even MORE especially if you aren't able to get TO the documents quickly. You might have to go through the hospital's legal department - which might take days. If (God forbid) a homophobic family member is involved (who contests the paperwork), it might take weeks/months and even THEN might not be successful.

These are REAL people with REAL families in REAL relationships. All should be treated with dignity DESPITE what you might believe for yourself.
 
2012-10-24 09:45:37 AM  
If you're going to go full derp, you might as well say Romney is going to personally beat all same sex couples to death with their own rubber dildos.
 
2012-10-24 09:46:20 AM  

stuhayes2010: As a hospital employee, I don't see how the president could do this. We let people visit, we don't care, it's more important that the patient be comfortable. And you can give power of attorny(can't spell that word) to whoever you want.


It doesn't even have to be gays for hospital rights to get screwed up. Take a look at the Terry Schiavo case. The legally married heterosexual husband had to fight with the rest of the family for years over who controlled her health care decisions. They quite literally ended up making a federal case out of it, including Congress and Bush passing an unconstitutional bill of attainder.

It isn't too hard to imagine the same thing happening under a Romney administration if the patient and significant other are homosexual and don't have a marriage license to point to.
 
2012-10-24 09:48:02 AM  

tjfly: Ftfa:"This week Romney apparently believes that it should be up to the states to decide whether or not a spouse or child of gay and lesbian men and women should have the right to visit their loved ones in the hospital."

How does this come close to subby's headline?


Because by reversing the Executive Order Obama put in place, then there is no law allowing the people to get to visit their partners in the hospital. "No law" means eliminating those rights.

Unless you think all 50 states would pass this at the same exact moment Romney trashed it?

Besides, why is an issue to ANYbody that these people have visitation rights? It shouldn't have been an issue in the first place, except assholes gotta be assholes, it seems. It would also make it a royal biatch when people start trying to gauge where they need to go if sick and on vacation. This is a real thing that has been an issue before, and I think civil rights SHOULD be a Federal issue. This "State's Rights" bellyaching is getting old.
 
2012-10-24 09:52:03 AM  

Polly Ester: If you're going to go full derp, you might as well say Romney is going to personally beat all same sex couples to death with their own rubber dildos.


Yeah, gay people sure are silly for thinking the GOP want to make them second class citizens.

/Except for the part where they do indeed, want to do that, restricting people's rights purely due to prejudice through legislation up to and including constitutional amendments.
 
2012-10-24 09:57:25 AM  

DancingElkCondor: Sounds like another Liberal Douche-o-Crat whiny ass article

Like Romney is going to get the Federal Govt to ban people from visiting you in a hospital room?

Most Church-affiliated hospitals could care less who is visiting you...as long as you are not harming any patients or running off with the drugs.

More likely...you will have Obama denying white folks ObamaCare....everything is "race" with that dude


Try reading the article next time, or if you're too busy, at least have Mom read it for you and sum it up.

Here's what you missed while masturbating:

Hospitals used to be able to ban people who weren't "family" from visiting places like the ICU. If the family of the person in ICU decided that they didn't like that person's lifestyle or same sex partner, or any other variation of this, they could demand that the hospital not let the significant other into ICU, and the hospital would have to enforce this. People die, and the one who actually loves them doesn't get to say goodbye.

In 2010, Obama signed an executive order stipulating that hospitals receiving federal money would have to recognize the LGBT relationships. They didn't have to throw parties and marry them in the hospital, just had to allow visitation rights.

Romney has stated that he thinks this needs to be made a state by state matter, which would mean repealing Obama's executive order.

The first part was common knowledge from the past, the second and third parts were FTFA.

Reading is a lot of fun if you give it a go... It's safe, it doesn't bite, I promise.
 
2012-10-24 09:57:49 AM  

hbk72777: "This week Romney apparently believes that it should be up to the states to decide whether or not a spouse or child of gay and lesbian men and women should have the right to visit their loved ones in the hospital"

Once again, submitters can't read the bs they post. Romney want's the states deciding more and the government less. I have no problem with that. If you live in a state that doesn't give you the rights you want, move to another, there's 50 of em.


And all people are able to easily give up their jobs and move to another state, amirite?

Oh wait, no they aren't. Which is one if the reasons the farking full faith and credit clause exists.
 
2012-10-24 09:59:51 AM  

Mikey1969: Besides, why is an issue to ANYbody that these people have visitation rights?


Because christians are god damn assholes. That's why.
 
2012-10-24 10:01:56 AM  
I can't see a possible scenario where I can sit by and watch my friends, family and fellow Americans be stripped of such a basic right.

/I'm probably going to be arrested at some point in the next four years
 
2012-10-24 10:02:15 AM  

Johnny Swank: Mikey1969: Besides, why is an issue to ANYbody that these people have visitation rights?

Because christians are god damn assholes. That's why.


God specifically gave them permission to punish sinners in His name.
 
2012-10-24 10:02:52 AM  

WorldCitizen: BravadoGT: Mmm.....like the smell of liberal desperation in the air! It smells like....victory.

Yeah, the thought of one's partner dying alone in a hospital bed tends to bring that out in someone who could face that situation. But, I suppose that's what Jesus would want, so that's what the US federal government should endorse.


God Commands it! Allah Ak...um, Praise Jesus!
 
2012-10-24 10:06:38 AM  
Polly Ester: If you're going to go full derp, you might as well say Romney is going to personally beat all same sex couples to death with their own rubber dildos.

Tell you what... it's still early in the day. Why don't you try really, really hard to say something either interesting, germane or clever?
 
2012-10-24 10:08:18 AM  
I find it ironic that a rule enacted by well-meaning liberals (HIPAA) created unintended consequences that are now somehow going to be resolved by another rule enacted by well-meaning liberals.

This is a problem that goes well beyond gay/straight and anyone who paints it differently is merely trying to score political points. Unmarried straight people (and even some married ones) find themselves in the exact same situation. If you don't want your blood relatives involved in your healthcare decisions when you are incapacitated, sign a piece of paper giving that responsibility to someone else.
 
2012-10-24 10:10:40 AM  

BravadoGT: Mmm.....like the smell of liberal desperation in the air! It smells like....victory.


I just want to point out that if all you can get out of the possibility of Romney stripping so many Americans of such a basic, compassionate right is "VICTORY!!! SUCK IT LIBS!!!" you are one truly pathetic excuse of a human being.
 
2012-10-24 10:11:40 AM  
Professor Farnsworth: Is it true that stem cells may fight the aging process Romney may stop hospital visitation rights for same sex couples?

GeneWorks Receptionist: Well yes. In the same way an infant may fight Muhammad Ali. But--

Farnsworth: One pound of stem cells vote [for / against - choose one] Romeny, please.
 
2012-10-24 10:18:30 AM  

Polly Ester: If you're going to go full derp, you might as well say Romney is going to personally beat all same sex couples to death with their own rubber dildos.


well said.
and thanks for that mental image.
 
2012-10-24 10:19:51 AM  

Nadie_AZ: Weaver95: Nadie_AZ: Huh. And the Log Cabin Republicans just endorsed him, saying he'll be too busy fixing the economy to legislate against their agenda.

lets hope the country isn't stupid enough to elect Romney. I think Obama's got this one in the bag but...ya just don't know till its over.

I don't even know, anymore. But I got a clue as to why last night when one of you fine gentlemen pointed out that CNN International posted Obama won the debate handily and CNN domestic said it was a tie (even though the details showed a 48-40 victory to Obama).

In the bag? I'm skeptical. I cannot fathom how Obama went from 90+% chance to win reelection to 60% in less than a week. Especially when Romney hasn't said anything of note or of truth in any of the debates. What do people out there who don't have a lot of time to get educated on the matter think? I read interviews of many voters and think 'no way'.


My understanding is that the polling changed from registered to likely voters for a lot of agencies right around the time of the first debate, and that change of methodology made it look like Obama's numbers cratered overnight. 538's model had that built in somewhat, which is why the Nov 6th projection was always was a lot more conservative than the Now Cast. Yes, there was some decline with Obama stumbling at the first debate, but a huge amount of the dip was simply from those methodology changes, at least as far as I understand it.
 
2012-10-24 10:20:20 AM  

Mikey1969: Civil Unions are bullshiat, I agree, but maybe you didn't read all of TFA?


I did, and that's one of the ten thousand reasons why I voted for Obama, but I'm not entirely sure what your point is?... If you're referring to "Don't currently have that right," yeah, that might've been a little rage-hyperbolic. Replace it with "Didn't have that right until very recently." I was just letting off steam, heh. :P
 
2012-10-24 10:24:52 AM  

Weaver95: more controversy == higher ratings == more money. so of course they're gonna lie and say everything is a tie. to them, it's just good marketing. that's all it is - just business. that's all.


This is the reason I refused to watch any of the debates.
 
2012-10-24 10:29:57 AM  
hbk72777: Once again, submitters can't read the bs they post. Romney want's the states deciding more and the government less. I have no problem with that. .

Ignoring your sad grammar and punctuation ("want's"? Seriously?!) it's hilarious that you apparently think the phrase "the states deciding more and the government less" makes any kind of f#cking sense. State governments are still governments, genius, and removing federal protection for an important right like this just sets it up to be attacked on a state-by-state basis by by busybody religious groups with too much money and not enough sense, they way the Mormon church meddled in California's Prop 8. 

If you really believe that President Romney (shudder) would care about your states' rights blather beyond using it to further his church's agenda, you're either a non-caring partisan hack or as ignorant as your typing suggests.
 
2012-10-24 10:31:57 AM  
Can anyone please explain what the societal benefit would be for preventing same-sex partners from seeing and comforting their dying loved one in the hospital? Please?
 
2012-10-24 10:32:10 AM  

Weaver95: Nadie_AZ: Huh. And the Log Cabin Republicans just endorsed him, saying he'll be too busy fixing the economy to legislate against their agenda.

lets hope the country isn't stupid enough to elect Romney. I think Obama's got this one in the bag but...ya just don't know till its over.


If President Romney is a reality on Nov. 7, I think I'll just screamed.

/we survived Bush
//barely.
 
2012-10-24 10:40:05 AM  
Cataholic: I find it ironic that a rule enacted by well-meaning liberals (HIPAA) created unintended consequences that are now somehow going to be resolved by another rule enacted by well-meaning liberals.

How do you feel about the fact that the "unintended consequences" you refer to are wholly the result of virulent homophobic christians?


Cataholic: Unmarried straight people (and even some married ones) find themselves in the exact same situation. If you don't want your blood relatives involved in your healthcare decisions when you are incapacitated, sign a piece of paper giving that responsibility to someone else.

As has been mentioned numerous times in here already, your proposed workaround of "sign a piece of paper giving that responsibility to someone else" doesn't f#cking work. But I'm sure we can rely on you to suggest it again the next time this comes up. You guys are always good for that.
 
2012-10-24 10:47:31 AM  

THX 1138: Can anyone please explain what the societal benefit would be for preventing same-sex partners from seeing and comforting their dying loved one in the hospital? Please?


1) wholesome marriage like the Bachman's would be undermined
2) men would fark turtles
3) slightly less available parking at hospitals
 
2012-10-24 10:51:49 AM  
Well the big guns are firing randomly in the air hoping to hit something.

Your family is who you designate when you check in. They ask you at least a dozen times initially if you have family or friends there.

Truthfully, with the reductions in reimbursements under obamacare, I see hospitals going back to wards and there fore no overnight visitors anymore due to privacy issues with other patients.
 
2012-10-24 11:02:29 AM  

Fluorescent Testicle: Mikey1969: Civil Unions are bullshiat, I agree, but maybe you didn't read all of TFA?

I did, and that's one of the ten thousand reasons why I voted for Obama, but I'm not entirely sure what your point is?... If you're referring to "Don't currently have that right," yeah, that might've been a little rage-hyperbolic. Replace it with "Didn't have that right until very recently." I was just letting off steam, heh. :P


Well, I was pointing out that the article answered a lot of this, by stating that they didn't have the right until recently, and Romney would support taking it back away from them with the logic that the "States" would rectify the situation.

As for the Civil Unions thing, I was heading off a potential counter-argument that many try and attack this issue from by assuming(Or lying about the concept) that a Civil Union law means that all of 'The Folk' in a Civil Union have this great bundle of rights.

It's just an issue that's kind of a sore spot with me, as I've known many Gay people over the years(My brother in law is actually gay and lives with us at the moment, so it's a daily concern for me), and out of all of the rights that people want to deny or allow Gays, this seems like it should just be something that would go without saying, I mean Jesus, why the Hell would someone want to deny this? I also have problems with people posting blatantly false shiat, especially when it runs counter to the content of the actual article.

If I misconstrued your post, I apologize. Insomnia hit last night, and despite taking pain meds, muscle relaxers and sleeping meds, I haven't been able to sleep all night, and it's now 9 a.m., I may be a bit punchy at this point. IN retrospect, it's probably not the best time to be filling out job applications either... :-)
 
2012-10-24 11:08:07 AM  

hbk72777: Once again, submitters can't read the bs they post. Romney want's the states deciding more and the government less. I have no problem with that. If you live in a state that doesn't give you the rights you want, move to another, there's 50 of em.


1. The states are run by "government" also.

2. People currently have this right. Romney wants to take it away from them. They didn't have it before Obama signed his Executive Order. People died in hospitals and were not able to be visited by the person they wanted to spend the rest of their lives with.

3. Have you moved interstate before? I'm sure it's something you can continually do if you're Romney, but as a typical American family, it's damned expensive.

4. What do you do when you are travelling and manage to wind up seriously injured in one of those nice "Christian" states like Kansas? Limp on down the road, hoping you don't die until you reach Massachusetts, or something?

5. Why is this such a hot topic anyway? For the love of God, there is nothing logical about denying people the chance to visit a loved one before they die, whether they are gay, straight, communist, republican, Mexican, Canadian or a Farker.
 
2012-10-24 11:19:33 AM  

Buffalo77: Well the big guns are firing randomly in the air hoping to hit something.

Your family is who you designate when you check in. They ask you at least a dozen times initially if you have family or friends there.

Truthfully, with the reductions in reimbursements under obamacare, I see hospitals going back to wards and there fore no overnight visitors anymore due to privacy issues with other patients.


Are you saying that gay couples worrying about this issue are misinformed?
 
2012-10-24 11:20:17 AM  

whidbey: Soymilk: ArkAngel: Eddie Adams from Torrance: Mitt's gonna have a busy first day...

8:00-Noon: Inauguration
Noon-12:15: Restrict civil rights for gay couples.
12:15 -12:30: Tax Cuts
12:30-1:15: Lunch
1:15-1:30 : Trade war with China
1:30-1:35: Repeal Obamacare
1:35-2:45: Approve Keystone Pipeline
2:45-3:00: Open all Federal lands for oil drilling.
3:00-4:30: Create 12 million new jobs
4:30-5:00: Tax Cuts
5:00-5:15: Call Ahmadinejad, ask if he has Prince Albert in the can.
5:15-5:30: "Reinstate" Work for Welfare requirements.
5:30-6:00: Meet with Democrat and Republican leaders in Congress
6:00-6:30: Bust Federal Unions
6:30-7:00: Issue executive orders reversing all of Obama's executive orders
7:00-8:00: Light Supper
8:00-8:30: Reinstate the Mexico City Policy
8:30-9:00: Secure borders and ask all illegals to self-deport.

9:00-10:00: Death
10:00-1100: Death
11:00-12:00: Death
12:00-1:00: Lunch

No cake?

No cake, no raktajino, no method.


Lunch at midnight?
 
2012-10-24 11:21:15 AM  

Mikey1969: If I misconstrued your post, I apologize. Insomnia hit last night, and despite taking pain meds, muscle relaxers and sleeping meds, I haven't been able to sleep all night, and it's now 9 a.m., I may be a bit punchy at this point. IN retrospect, it's probably not the best time to be filling out job applications either... :-)


I totally agree with everything you said there (and everything you've said in your other posts) - my usual biatchiness and old personal anecdotes aside, my only point was that I'm sick of right-wingers treating gay people like we're sub-humans - so it looks like a misunderstanding, yeah. No worries, it happens. :)

/Still not all that sure where the misunderstanding came from, but oh well.
//I think that we both get too worked up about this subject.
 
2012-10-24 11:33:44 AM  

stuhayes2010: As a hospital employee, I don't see how the president could do this. We let people visit, we don't care, it's more important that the patient be comfortable. And you can give power of attorny(can't spell that word) to whoever you want.


Legally, before Obama signed the Executive Order, families had successfully barred 'Significant Others' from visitation at hospitals because they weren't actually "family". The whole Civil Unions fiasco did not do anything to change this. If the families wanted to press it, the person in question could be arrested or sued if they tried to get into the hospital after being to what the situation was. It had happened many times before, and Powers of Attorney, even Wills had been successfully overturned in court by spiteful, asshole families.

Unfortunately, what's right and what THE Right want to do are often mutually exclusive lately.
 
2012-10-24 11:49:05 AM  

Fluorescent Testicle: //I think that we both get too worked up about this subject.


This one REALLY pisses me off because even the Bible can't be manipulated to say that Gay people shouldn't get to visit other gay people when one is dying. I just don't see how anybody accepts this. Even the most bitter parents shouldn't be able to live with themselves if they deny their family something like this.
 
2012-10-24 12:02:34 PM  

cretinbob: BravadoGT: Mmm.....like the smell of liberal desperation in the air! It smells like....victory.

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...This isn't a f**cking troll. There are actual, real, live people who would suffer if this happened. You want to do the 'U Mad', a civil rights issue is not the place for that.
 
2012-10-24 01:10:33 PM  

WorldCitizen: grimlock1972: Not like he has the gay vote right now anyway.

Outside of Log Cabin Republicans, no. But I'm hoping people like my family and friends from a Midwestern small town who have a history of voting Republican who are now congratulating me on my same-sex engagement and welcoming my partner into the family start to think about that vote in November.


He may npt even have all of them just because the endorsed him doesn't mean they all have to vote for him.
 
2012-10-24 03:20:33 PM  

tinfoil-hat maggie: demaL-demaL-yeH: tinfoil-hat maggie: coeyagi: And the Log Cabin Republicans support this douche.

It must be tough coming home each day and wondering if you want to watch LOGO or kill yourself.

Way late, but really LOGO, every time aI check to see hat there playing it's 16 an pregnant? WTF? Or Nip Tuck, which has nothing to do with Rupaul's Drag Race. The only thing worth watching are movies they show over and over again after midnight, Rupaul not included.

Mags, you're not posting pictures and you're incoherent. Time to recork that vodak bottle and hit the hay.

Oh, I missed this, till it got sent via EM, ya, it is late and well no vodak tonight although I did have Genius and well you're pretty coherent and basically telly me to STFU, So well I'll take you're advice into consideration and well ;)
/Sorry it's about time I spoke up
The Donna's- Who invited you


Mags, I know you're a strong advocate of human rights and common decency. Your posts on that count tend to be insightful and thought-provoking. You also have a habit of posting high quality eyebleach. Neither applied here. My intended message was not STFU.
It was a WTF.

/(I don't post pictures of kitten paws on hands on keyboards.)
//Was going to link to a French punk band, but we'll have to settle for this.
 
2012-10-24 03:23:06 PM  
Romney can't locate the country he plans to invade on a map and people are arguing about this bullshiat.
 
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