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(The Raw Story)   Herman Cain's website is warning you to resist the 'gay Borg,' but it's futile. You will be color-coordinated   (rawstory.com ) divider line
    More: Amusing, Herman Cain, LGBT, homosexual sex, Ben Shapiro, totalitarianisms, Dan Calabrese  
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2014-04-05 04:39:09 PM  
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2014-04-05 04:53:18 PM  
Has anyone done the appeal to tradition yet? "Homosexuality has been illegal for hundreds of years for good reason", etc.
 
2014-04-05 05:19:16 PM  
Sorry Herman Cain, your 15 minutes are up. Go back to delivering pizza and STFU.
 
2014-04-05 05:19:26 PM  
Sorry, Herm, but I'd prefer assimilation over living in the Religious Right's theocratic wet dream.  At least the Borg understand science.
 
2014-04-05 05:21:41 PM  
Does this mean I'll need to turn kneegrow?

/Hoymun gives yu da facts.................
 
2014-04-05 05:22:18 PM  
craphound.com

If only you knew the power of the gay side!
 
2014-04-05 05:23:48 PM  
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2014-04-05 05:27:27 PM  
I'm sure Cain would have made the same reference to black activists who all but gave their lives to get Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act. That's what's so human garbage about this guy.
 
2014-04-05 05:29:02 PM  
I keep hearing Patrick Stewart saying "I am Fabulous of Borg. You will be assimilated"
 
2014-04-05 05:31:16 PM  

whidbey: I'm sure Cain would have made the same reference to black activists who all but gave their lives to get Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act. That's what's so human garbage about this guy.


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2014-04-05 05:31:37 PM  
You know, he kinda has a point.  The Borg were pretty gay, with all the probing of men and all.
 
2014-04-05 05:31:57 PM  
The funny thing here, of course, is that the Borg went around trying to make the entire universe be exactly like them.

Pretty much the same way the GOP operate with their penchant for homogeneous thought and lock step beliefs and endless purity tests of "real" conservatives.

The Dems are a herd of cats in comparison.

This is RW projection on an intergalactic level, basically.

Got to admit all this RW butthurt over Eich's resignation is making me feel all warm and fuzzy today.
 
2014-04-05 05:33:47 PM  

quatchi: The funny thing here, of course, is that the Borg went around trying to make the entire universe be exactly like them.

Pretty much the same way the GOP operate with their penchant for homogeneous thought and lock step beliefs and endless purity tests of "real" conservatives.

The Dems are a herd of cats in comparison.

This is RW projection on an intergalactic level, basically.

Got to admit all this RW butthurt over Eich's resignation is making me feel all warm and fuzzy today.


Seriously though.....

The whinging butthurt is delicious.
 
2014-04-05 05:37:50 PM  

ScaryBottles: quatchi: The funny thing here, of course, is that the Borg went around trying to make the entire universe be exactly like them.

Pretty much the same way the GOP operate with their penchant for homogeneous thought and lock step beliefs and endless purity tests of "real" conservatives.

The Dems are a herd of cats in comparison.

This is RW projection on an intergalactic level, basically.

Got to admit all this RW butthurt over Eich's resignation is making me feel all warm and fuzzy today.

Seriously though.....

The whinging butthurt is delicious.


I farking love it. It almost makes it seem that no matter how much money you have or power, you can't talk shiat on gay marriage in this day and age. It just makes you sound like a total asshole.
 
2014-04-05 05:38:01 PM  

Satanic_Hamster: You know, he kinda has a point.  The Borg were pretty gay, with all the probing of men and all.


I still don't see why Seven of Nine was the only borg with special chest attachments. Did they shoot missiles? Were the nipples filled with WD-40?
 
2014-04-05 05:39:05 PM  
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2014-04-05 05:40:56 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: I still don't see why Seven of Nine was the only borg with special chest attachments. Did they shoot missiles? Were the nipples filled with WD-40?


Lord would I volunteer to find out.
 
2014-04-05 05:41:23 PM  
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2014-04-05 05:46:39 PM  
I feel compelled to point out the borg lost most of their power as villains during Voyager.  Couldn't really take them seriously after that.

Their first and second appearances were great.  Their alliance with Lore I am a little more iffy on but past that I found them less impressive.
 
2014-04-05 05:48:44 PM  
FTFA: The LGBT rights movement, Calabrese said, "is evil, not because homosexuality is a 'worse sin' than other sins, but because its champions are trying to not only silence but in many cases destroy those who disagree with them."

Gosh, I wonder why they would want that.  Not because nothing short of what the mouthpiece calls "destroy[ing]" bigots seems to get them to shut the fark up and leave people alone. That certainly can't be it.
 
2014-04-05 05:49:10 PM  

Gergesa: I feel compelled to point out the borg lost most of their power as villains during Voyager.  Couldn't really take them seriously after that.

Their first and second appearances were great.  Their alliance with Lore I am a little more iffy on but past that I found them less impressive.


Hugh Borg killed them.

And Picard should have sent that drone back as a Trojan horse instead of pussing out and listening to the touchy-feely broads.
 
2014-04-05 05:51:06 PM  

Emposter: FTFA: The LGBT rights movement, Calabrese said, "is evil, not because homosexuality is a 'worse sin' than other sins, but because its champions are trying to not only silence but in many cases destroy those who disagree with them."

Gosh, I wonder why they would want that.  Not because nothing short of what the mouthpiece calls "destroy[ing]" bigots seems to get them to shut the fark up and leave people alone. That certainly can't be it.


Wow. "Destroy"? Guys, this wasn't brought up at the last Gay Agenda meeting. Apparently I thought we were just calling idiots idiots, but apparently there's some hidden power I have now? Someone clue me in!
 
2014-04-05 05:57:01 PM  
I share this apartment
With a modified
Gay bob doll
He goes all the way...
Ever try oral sex with
A miniature rubberized
Homo-replica?
 
2014-04-05 05:58:40 PM  

TsukasaK: Emposter: FTFA: The LGBT rights movement, Calabrese said, "is evil, not because homosexuality is a 'worse sin' than other sins, but because its champions are trying to not only silence but in many cases destroy those who disagree with them."

Gosh, I wonder why they would want that.  Not because nothing short of what the mouthpiece calls "destroy[ing]" bigots seems to get them to shut the fark up and leave people alone. That certainly can't be it.

Wow. "Destroy"? Guys, this wasn't brought up at the last Gay Agenda meeting. Apparently I thought we were just calling idiots idiots, but apparently there's some hidden power I have now? Someone clue me in!


Someone on Slate used the term "purge the bigots" yesterday, and the word purge didn't sit well with me.  It's the kind of thing an official in Cold War Eastern Europe would say.
 
2014-04-05 06:00:22 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Gergesa: I feel compelled to point out the borg lost most of their power as villains during Voyager.  Couldn't really take them seriously after that.

Their first and second appearances were great.  Their alliance with Lore I am a little more iffy on but past that I found them less impressive.

Hugh Borg killed them.

And Picard should have sent that drone back as a Trojan horse instead of pussing out and listening to the touchy-feely broads.


Which is why there's a Federation that has actual principles and why your US Empire in Space fantasy isn't the dominant paradigm there.
 
2014-04-05 06:03:21 PM  
I'm still amused/despondent on how many people bought into the whole 999 tax scheme.

Pizza marketer indeed.
 
2014-04-05 06:05:03 PM  
"openness & expression of freedom"

Get back in that closet you homo
 
2014-04-05 06:06:15 PM  

whidbey: FirstNationalBastard: Gergesa: I feel compelled to point out the borg lost most of their power as villains during Voyager.  Couldn't really take them seriously after that.

Their first and second appearances were great.  Their alliance with Lore I am a little more iffy on but past that I found them less impressive.

Hugh Borg killed them.

And Picard should have sent that drone back as a Trojan horse instead of pussing out and listening to the touchy-feely broads.

Which is why there's a Federation that has actual principles and why your US Empire in Space fantasy isn't the dominant paradigm there.


In the episode, the Federation signed off on the plan, and Picard was all for it until his more touchy-feely crew members whined enough to make him give in.

Of course, Hugh still went back as a trojan horse, infecting the Borg with feelings instead of a virus.
 
2014-04-05 06:08:48 PM  

whidbey: US Empire in Space fantasy


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2014-04-05 06:11:05 PM  
No swaths of fabulous color yet. I guess the trolls are busy getting their new accounts up and running.
 
2014-04-05 06:12:04 PM  
Holy fark, how are we in the motherfarking 21st century and this is still a farking issue? They only time anyone's sexuality is my business is if I am trying to get them to fark me, and that is only to be sure we agree on a preference of uglies to bump. Beyond that situation there is no impact on my life what they do.

Serious question to social conservatives, how does sexuality in any way impact society? How is letting LGBT people exist without hassle going to bring down our country?
 
2014-04-05 06:13:08 PM  

Arachidonic: Holy fark, how are we in the motherfarking 21st century and this is still a farking issue?


Yeah. And people who express these bigoted opinions should be allowed to make them without any consequence.
 
2014-04-05 06:14:44 PM  

Arachidonic:  How is letting LGBT people exist without hassle going to bring down our country?


There are some who believe that god will no longer favor the US, and he will get jealous and angry.

/Some also believe Russia is no favored by god.
 
2014-04-05 06:15:33 PM  

whidbey: FirstNationalBastard: Gergesa: I feel compelled to point out the borg lost most of their power as villains during Voyager.  Couldn't really take them seriously after that.

Their first and second appearances were great.  Their alliance with Lore I am a little more iffy on but past that I found them less impressive.

Hugh Borg killed them.

And Picard should have sent that drone back as a Trojan horse instead of pussing out and listening to the touchy-feely broads.

Which is why there's a Federation that has actual principles and why your US Empire in Space fantasy isn't the dominant paradigm there.


More like that is how the Mirror Universe's Terran Empire does things.
 
2014-04-05 06:18:53 PM  
Few things are more richly ironic than using Star Trek to promote bigotry
 
2014-04-05 06:22:09 PM  

Kibbler: Few things are more richly ironic than using Star Trek to promote bigotry


Well, there were the first interracial and lesbian kiss scenes, but they did stop short of having an actual coming out on the show.

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2014-04-05 06:23:37 PM  

whidbey: Kibbler: Few things are more richly ironic than using Star Trek to promote bigotry

Well, there were the first interracial and lesbian kiss scenes, but they did stop short of having an actual coming out on the show.

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What happens in the holosuite stays in the holosuite.

/IIRC, they also pussed out on making Reed gay on Enterprise.
 
2014-04-05 06:27:15 PM  
FirstNationalBastard:

If they did, maybe he could have a lover pull that stick out his arse.

/Guy always seemed very uptight
 
2014-04-05 06:33:22 PM  

Gergesa: I feel compelled to point out the borg lost most of their power as villains during Voyager.  Couldn't really take them seriously after that.

Their first and second appearances were great.  Their alliance with Lore I am a little more iffy on but past that I found them less impressive.


IMHO, they lost their power the moment the Borg Queen was introduced in "First Contact". The reason they were so terrifying, so extremely difficult to defeat, was that they were absolutely decentralized and impersonal.
 
2014-04-05 06:35:46 PM  

whidbey: I'm sure Cain would have made the same reference to black activists who all but gave their lives to get Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act. That's what's so human garbage about this guy.


You're sure, but you don't really know, do you.  Kinda makes you as much human garbage for even taking the time to post such a speculation, doesn't it?
 
2014-04-05 06:35:47 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Satanic_Hamster: You know, he kinda has a point.  The Borg were pretty gay, with all the probing of men and all.

I still don't see why Seven of Nine was the only borg with special chest attachments. Did they shoot missiles? Were the nipples filled with WD-40?


Go on.....
 
2014-04-05 06:40:13 PM  

clowncar on fire: whidbey: I'm sure Cain would have made the same reference to black activists who all but gave their lives to get Congress to pass the Civil Rights Act. That's what's so human garbage about this guy.

You're sure, but you don't really know, do you.  Kinda makes you as much human garbage for even taking the time to post such a speculation, doesn't it?


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2014-04-05 06:51:18 PM  

MrEricSir: Sorry Herman Cain, your 15 minutes are up. Go back to delivering pizza and STFU.


I think he's pretty damn entertaining... his schtick is second only to Colbert in its insincerity. Check out his "alien invasion presidential address" with John Oliver. He's a Fark troll turned pro.


Bith Set Me Up: Gergesa: I feel compelled to point out the borg lost most of their power as villains during Voyager.  Couldn't really take them seriously after that.
Their first and second appearances were great.  Their alliance with Lore I am a little more iffy on but past that I found them less impressive.
IMHO, they lost their power the moment the Borg Queen was introduced in "First Contact". The reason they were so terrifying, so extremely difficult to defeat, was that they were absolutely decentralized and impersonal.


Agreed. It transformed their entire concept from "we are a singular, unstoppable, unreasonable machine" to "we are a nest of honeybees blindly following our queen's scent, while she acts completely different from the rest of us." Neil Gaiman's recent take on the Cybermen in Doctor Who seemed to be a big middle finger to the abandonment of the original Borg concept.
 
2014-04-05 06:55:17 PM  
GIS is failing me for "Gay Borg" so here's Kitty Borg instead:

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2014-04-05 06:55:41 PM  
Don't forget, Cain was a FRONT RUNNER in the last presidential election for the GOP. 

Just let that sink in.
 
2014-04-05 06:58:41 PM  

Bith Set Me Up: IMHO, they lost their power the moment the Borg Queen was introduced in "First Contact". The reason they were so terrifying, so extremely difficult to defeat, was that they were absolutely decentralized and impersonal.


I can see that as the turning point also.

I went with Voyager for their repeated run ins with the Borg and ability to get away but First Contact is also a perfectly valid choice.
 
2014-04-05 07:04:31 PM  

AnonAmbientLight: Don't forget, Cain was a FRONT RUNNER in the last presidential election for the GOP. 

Just let that sink in.


The funny/sad thing is he was probably one of the better candidates they had...
 
2014-04-05 07:06:09 PM  

Headso: AnonAmbientLight: Don't forget, Cain was a FRONT RUNNER in the last presidential election for the GOP.

Just let that sink in.

The funny/sad thing is he was probably one of the better candidates they had...


Everybody was the front-runner at one point or another. Mitt Romney just happened to be the only one who didn't implode during the primaries.
 
2014-04-05 07:08:55 PM  

AnonAmbientLight: Don't forget, Cain was a FRONT RUNNER in the last presidential election for the GOP. 

Just let that sink in.


Only with 3 9s certainty.
 
2014-04-05 07:13:38 PM  

UNC_Samurai: Sorry, Herm, but I'd prefer assimilation over living in the Religious Right's theocratic wet dream.  At least the Borg understand science.


I would seem to think the Far Right should admire the Borg: anti-individuality, anti-sexuality, and all white males.
 
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