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(Right Wing Watch)   Wendy Davis is ineligible to run for Texas governor because...(spins wheel)...she is possessed by a demon of murder   (rightwingwatch.org) divider line 186
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2013-08-22 07:55:58 AM
i41.tinypic.com

Dracaerys!
 
2013-08-22 08:00:17 AM
I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.
 
2013-08-22 08:05:55 AM

ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.


Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?
 
2013-08-22 08:35:04 AM
Just because Rick Perry got the Demon of Mouth-Breathing Stupidity doesn't make him any better, you know.
 
2013-08-22 08:41:39 AM
It went so well for the GOP when they attacked before, I see no reason they shouldn't keep it up.
 
2013-08-22 08:43:19 AM
Are there other kinds of demons? I thought murder was pretty much their thing, well that and torture. Is there like a demon of inviting you over for cake?
 
2013-08-22 09:05:57 AM
Dr. Chaps...teehee...
 
2013-08-22 09:08:45 AM
As we noted just yesterday, "Dr. Chaps" Gordon Klingenschmitt

Yea he's "klingen" to somethin' alright...
 
2013-08-22 09:20:02 AM
Wait, she works for the Texas Department of Corrections? I thought she was a state senator?
 
2013-08-22 09:23:40 AM

sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?


Truly tis the lair of the pussy troll.
 
2013-08-22 09:27:30 AM
Ineligible?  Is she hiding her long form Baal certificate?
 
2013-08-22 09:29:24 AM

baka-san: sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?

Truly tis the lair of the pussy troll.


My understanding is that you have to defeat the pussy troll to find the mythical clitoris.
 
2013-08-22 09:35:28 AM

baka-san: sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?

Truly tis the lair of the pussy troll.


Are we talking about pillowpants?
 
2013-08-22 09:42:29 AM
That Federal ban on ex post facto laws would appear to make a considerable hurdle to prosecution, outside the mind of a moron.
 
2013-08-22 09:44:21 AM

Sybarite: Are there other kinds of demons? I thought murder was pretty much their thing, well that and torture. Is there like a demon of inviting you over for cake?


yes there is a demon that invites you over for cake and then eats it in front of you but doesnt let you have any. There are demons that can make you say strange things and then theres your basic nuisance demon that will curdle your milk and whatnot.
Also theres lots and lots of sex demons who will force you to have multiple orgasms.

/the horror
 
2013-08-22 09:46:29 AM

sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?


I'm pretty sure there is a demon that hides in a vagina in at least one japanese myth/story.

/And this is where the Festival of the Iron Phallus comes from.
//I SWEAR TO GOD I am not making this up.
 
2013-08-22 09:46:53 AM
How is this news?
 
2013-08-22 09:47:38 AM

sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?




img41.imageshack.us
Yes it's a real book. Look it up.
 
2013-08-22 09:49:24 AM
If the Republicans never talked about her, she'd never have a chance.
 
2013-08-22 09:50:38 AM
I thought this was a requirement for being elected governor of Texas.
 
2013-08-22 09:50:51 AM
Is it really newsworthy when a nutjob religious blowhard talk-radio host says what nutjob religious blowhard talk-radio hosts always say?
 
2013-08-22 09:51:57 AM
So, I had to go read / look because I was thinking "aw hell naw, no one would say that...."

I stand (sit, actually) corrected.

FFS
 
2013-08-22 09:54:36 AM

Nadie_AZ: Wait, she works for the Texas Department of Corrections? I thought she was a state senator?


I'm sorry...is there a difference?
 
2013-08-22 09:56:26 AM
and that she should, in fact, "be prosecuted herself, probably for having facilitated so many abortions in her own state"

You do realize that under the laws of the Great State of Texas she hasn't actually committed any crime, right?

Why do conservatives hate the rule of law?
and that she should, in fact, "be prosecuted herself, probably for having facilitated so many abortions in her own state": - See more at: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/klingenschmitt-wendy-davis-rule d -demon-murder-and-should-be-prosecuted#sthash.6PkbjLmZ.dpufand that she should, in fact, "be prosecuted herself, probably for having facilitated so many abortions in her own state": - See more at: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/klingenschmitt-wendy-davis-rule d -demon-murder-and-should-be-prosecuted#sthash.6PkbjLmZ.dpuf
 
2013-08-22 09:58:18 AM

Satanic_Hamster: Why do conservatives hate the rule of law?


There are "conservatives" (bad enough these days), and then there are the Christian Taliban.
 
2013-08-22 09:59:14 AM

Nadie_AZ: Wait, she works for the Texas Department of Corrections? I thought she was a state senator?


Doesn't the TX Legislature have that whole "part-time lawmaker" status? As in, they aren't in session year round, but only for a couple weeks a year? Would make sense if that is the case to have a full time job.

Quick wiki shows that they can convene in their regular session for no more than 140 days a year in each session. That session happens in January of odd numbered years. So they can only meet for regular business 140 days every two years. Special sessions can happen, but the TX Legislature is not a full time position.

TBH, this is how it should be on all levels.
 
2013-08-22 10:00:23 AM
Gee, maybe they'll burn her at the stake.

What century is this again?
 
2013-08-22 10:00:51 AM

Gneisskate: I thought this was a requirement for being elected governor of Texas.



You would think so.

Doesn't texas hold the record for executions?
 
2013-08-22 10:04:04 AM

Nadie_AZ: Wait, she works for the Texas Department of Corrections? I thought she was a state senator?


The Texas Legislature is a part-time job. The total pay for a two-year term is only $35k. Most of them have another gig or they couldn't survive.
 
2013-08-22 10:05:08 AM
i1089.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-22 10:05:16 AM
Dr. Gordon Klingenschmitt? Sounds like the bad guy in a WWII comedy or something.
 
2013-08-22 10:05:26 AM
I have relatives that believe that abortions cause natural disasters.  It makes me sad, but also amazed.  They can operate computers and cars and cell phones and Apple TV and then will look me in the eye and spout this nonsense.
 
2013-08-22 10:06:05 AM
I know that politicians like this are true believers and they are appealing to like-minded true believers.  But I wonder sometimes if they have any concept, even a vague concept, of how truly stupid they sound.
 
2013-08-22 10:06:21 AM

The_Six_Fingered_Man: Nadie_AZ: Wait, she works for the Texas Department of Corrections? I thought she was a state senator?

Doesn't the TX Legislature have that whole "part-time lawmaker" status? As in, they aren't in session year round, but only for a couple weeks a year? Would make sense if that is the case to have a full time job.

Quick wiki shows that they can convene in their regular session for no more than 140 days a year in each session. That session happens in January of odd numbered years. So they can only meet for regular business 140 days every two years. Special sessions can happen, but the TX Legislature is not a full time position.

TBH, this is how it should be on all levels.


Late as usual.
 
2013-08-22 10:07:29 AM
img.photobucket.com
 
2013-08-22 10:07:46 AM

ginandbacon: Nadie_AZ: Wait, she works for the Texas Department of Corrections? I thought she was a state senator?

The Texas Legislature is a part-time job. The total pay for a two-year term is only $35k. Most of them have another gig or they couldn't survive.


This is also typical of most state legislatures, and they only have very limited sessions throughout the year so these people can do their regular jobs.
 
2013-08-22 10:08:15 AM

Raharu: sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?

[img41.imageshack.us image 300x300]
Yes it's a real book. Look it up.


From the reviews:

The Haunted Vagina, the reader is presented with another Mellickian mind-bending concept--what if your girlfriend's vagina was a gateway to another world? We are introduced to Steve and his girlfriend Stacy, whose "haunted" vagina is a problem for their sex life. When a skeleton-like creature emerges from Stacy's vagina, the two decide to explore what may be inside of her.
When Steve explores (and becomes trapped in) Stacy's vaginal world, he reflects upon his relationship with her. Mellick makes it obvious through clear dialogue and abstract imagery that their relationship is not healthy. Despite these strange occurrences and relationship problems, Steve remains hopelessly devoted to Stacy. This love is the basis for Mellick's return to a common theme: the power, figuratively and literally, a women's vagina can hold over a man.
The joys and terrors that Steve finds in the vagina reflect his relationship with Stacy. The power and trust struggles are seen from inside both characters--inside Steve, who is the narrator of the story, and from literally inside Stacy. This allows the reader a uniquely personal viewpoint of Steve and Stacy's downward spiral as lovers.

I wonder if that....or the book... was written with anything approaching a straight face.
 
2013-08-22 10:09:07 AM
Okay seriously, who the hell is Gordon Klingenschmitt and why should anyone give a rats ass what he says?

Gordon Klingenschmitt
 
2013-08-22 10:09:11 AM
The fact that pea brained idiots like this have a forum to spout their special brand of crazy is all you need to know about the state of public discourse in this country.

People like this should be held up to public mockery and driven into the recesses of the underground fringe.
 
2013-08-22 10:10:01 AM

The_Six_Fingered_Man: Nadie_AZ: Wait, she works for the Texas Department of Corrections? I thought she was a state senator?

Doesn't the TX Legislature have that whole "part-time lawmaker" status? As in, they aren't in session year round, but only for a couple weeks a year? Would make sense if that is the case to have a full time job.

Quick wiki shows that they can convene in their regular session for no more than 140 days a year in each session. That session happens in January of odd numbered years. So they can only meet for regular business 140 days every two years. Special sessions can happen, but the TX Legislature is not a full time position.

TBH, this is how it should be on all levels.


Yeah. Who wants a professional heading up an organization anyways. Hell Google is run by the guy selling shrimp out of the back of his truck. I'm sure these amateurs outside interests will have no impact on them running a state.
 
2013-08-22 10:11:28 AM

The_Six_Fingered_Man: Nadie_AZ: Wait, she works for the Texas Department of Corrections? I thought she was a state senator?

Doesn't the TX Legislature have that whole "part-time lawmaker" status? As in, they aren't in session year round, but only for a couple weeks a year? Would make sense if that is the case to have a full time job.

Quick wiki shows that they can convene in their regular session for no more than 140 days a year in each session. That session happens in January of odd numbered years. So they can only meet for regular business 140 days every two years. Special sessions can happen, but the TX Legislature is not a full time position.

TBH, this is how it should be on all levels.


I don't agree. They get paid so little they stick their hands out and ask for a little 'something something' from lobbyists and other people with money. Or they are already of means (read: have money) and are in it for the power. If they were paid a decent wage, they might actually pass some decent legislation. Why would a poor person, with good ideas, want to potentially sacrifice their job to run for office, get elected and spend time legislating if they can't afford to live off of what they make?
 
2013-08-22 10:13:40 AM

beerrun: The fact that pea brained idiots like this have a forum to spout their special brand of crazy is all you need to know about the state of public discourse in this country.

People like this should be held up to public mockery and driven into the recesses of the underground fringe.


"Do you think just becuz your edumacated your better'n me?!  I know what I know cuz Jesus and America."
 
2013-08-22 10:14:30 AM

Arkanaut: Dr. Gordon Klingenschmitt? Sounds like the bad guy in a WWII comedy or something.


Does his last name translate to "dingleberry" in German?
 
2013-08-22 10:14:40 AM

hiker9999: Raharu: sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?

[img41.imageshack.us image 300x300]
Yes it's a real book. Look it up.

From the reviews:

The Haunted Vagina, the reader is presented with another Mellickian mind-bending concept--what if your girlfriend's vagina was a gateway to another world? We are introduced to Steve and his girlfriend Stacy, whose "haunted" vagina is a problem for their sex life. When a skeleton-like creature emerges from Stacy's vagina, the two decide to explore what may be inside of her.
When Steve explores (and becomes trapped in) Stacy's vaginal world, he reflects upon his relationship with her. Mellick makes it obvious through clear dialogue and abstract imagery that their relationship is not healthy. Despite these strange occurrences and relationship problems, Steve remains hopelessly devoted to Stacy. This love is the basis for Mellick's return to a common theme: the power, figuratively and literally, a women's vagina can hold over a man.
The joys and terrors that Steve finds in the vagina reflect his relationship with Stacy. The power and trust struggles are seen from inside both characters--inside Steve, who is the narrator of the story, and from literally inside Stacy. This allows the reader a uniquely personal viewpoint of Steve and Stacy's downward spiral as lovers.

I wonder if that....or the book... was written with anything approaching a straight face.


I strongly suspect it was inspired by an infamous panel in the series 'Tarot, Witch of the Black Rose,' in which there is also a haunted vagina.

/that is not a safe for work google search, fyi.
 
2013-08-22 10:15:08 AM

Raharu: sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?

[img41.imageshack.us image 300x300]
Yes it's a real book. Look it up.


I have screwed up my Amazon profile badly enough just by being a dealer, I don't need to add that to my search history.
 
2013-08-22 10:18:50 AM

quickdraw: Sybarite: Are there other kinds of demons? I thought murder was pretty much their thing, well that and torture. Is there like a demon of inviting you over for cake?

yes there is a demon that invites you over for cake and then eats it in front of you but doesnt let you have any. There are demons that can make you say strange things and then theres your basic nuisance demon that will curdle your milk and whatnot.
Also theres lots and lots of sex demons who will force you to have multiple orgasms.

/the horror


Do they force these orgasms in the Hell of the Upside-Down Sinners?

// um...asking for a friend
 
2013-08-22 10:19:07 AM

GoldSpider: Is it really newsworthy when a nutjob religious blowhard talk-radio host says what nutjob religious blowhard talk-radio hosts always say?


Yeah, I was expecting this to at least come from a state assemblyman or party rep, but this is just a minor-league jabber-jock.

Close2TheEdge: I know that politicians like this are true believers and they are appealing to like-minded true believers.  But I wonder sometimes if they have any concept, even a vague concept, of how truly stupid they sound.


I'm not sure when in my life, even as a confirmed Catholic, I stopped believing in all this "ghost" and "demonic possession" stuff, or whether it was pre- or post-Santa revelation time-frame.  Hearing adults talk about this stuff sincerely is enough to give me a headache.
 
2013-08-22 10:19:13 AM

pueblonative: Yeah. Who wants a professional heading up an organization anyways. Hell Google is run by the guy selling shrimp out of the back of his truck. I'm sure these amateurs outside interests will have no impact on them running a state.


This.

Although that said, I have some friends who work for a Texas non-profit who like that setup.  They have a year to prioritize legislation, develop relationships, etc., then a flurry of activity, then some downtime again to prep for the next fight.

Personally while term limits have really f--ked over the semblance of bipartisan progress my state had from time to time, I think a shortened session would be even worse for outside influencing or blatantly writing legislation (coughaleccough).  Not to mention the aforementioned increased conflict of interest.
 
2013-08-22 10:20:41 AM

Graffito: I have relatives that believe that abortions cause natural disasters.  It makes me sad, but also amazed.  They can operate computers and cars and cell phones and Apple TV and then will look me in the eye and spout this nonsense.


Have you ever tried convincing them that abortions are actually the power source for their computers, cars, cell phones and Apple TV? You know, just for the lulz?
 
2013-08-22 10:21:25 AM

KhamanV: hiker9999: Raharu: sno man: ManateeGag: I was thinking it was because she had a vagina.

Where do you think the demons live? Is there a scarier, more forbidden place?

[img41.imageshack.us image 300x300]
Yes it's a real book. Look it up.

From the reviews:

The Haunted Vagina, the reader is presented with another Mellickian mind-bending concept--what if your girlfriend's vagina was a gateway to another world? We are introduced to Steve and his girlfriend Stacy, whose "haunted" vagina is a problem for their sex life. When a skeleton-like creature emerges from Stacy's vagina, the two decide to explore what may be inside of her.
When Steve explores (and becomes trapped in) Stacy's vaginal world, he reflects upon his relationship with her. Mellick makes it obvious through clear dialogue and abstract imagery that their relationship is not healthy. Despite these strange occurrences and relationship problems, Steve remains hopelessly devoted to Stacy. This love is the basis for Mellick's return to a common theme: the power, figuratively and literally, a women's vagina can hold over a man.
The joys and terrors that Steve finds in the vagina reflect his relationship with Stacy. The power and trust struggles are seen from inside both characters--inside Steve, who is the narrator of the story, and from literally inside Stacy. This allows the reader a uniquely personal viewpoint of Steve and Stacy's downward spiral as lovers.

I wonder if that....or the book... was written with anything approaching a straight face.

I strongly suspect it was inspired by an infamous panel in the series 'Tarot, Witch of the Black Rose,' in which there is also a haunted vagina.

/that is not a safe for work google search, fyi.


hmmm.. interesting. Thanks...will check it out later
 
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