American Elephants

The Death of the “Creative Homosexual” by American Elephant
September 25, 2007, 9:36 pm
Filed under: Pop Culture | Tags: , , , ,

This would be offensive, as it was obviously intended to be, if it weren’t so childish, cliche and completely unimaginative. (click image for unobscured pic)

Gays Embarass Themselves

Oooh, a religious image portrayed in a sexual manner! Yes, we get it, left wing homos hate Christianity. Excuse me while I yawn!

Other than being a terribly sad testament to their own lives, it’s thoroughly uninspired. It was old when Madonna did it for the 40th time ten years ago.

But what can be expected from people whose lives so revolve around sex that they actually attend sex-themed fairs? It’s tragic really that these people are so wrapped up in their hate and so obsessed with finding meaning in their sexuality, that they lash out at the one thing that offers more true meaning than anything else.

And no doubt, just as when they tried to ram gay-marriage down America’s throat without any consideration for Americans — if Christians react to this mind-numbingly unoriginal poster at all, it will be they who are labeled as divisive and hateful.

How embarrassing.

“In Iran we don’t have homosexuals” by American Elephant
September 25, 2007, 1:56 pm
Filed under: Foreign Policy | Tags: , , ,

You’ve got to be kidding me, did he really say that? I’m sorry, but listening to the pathetic, dissembling response by Iranian terrorist, Mahmoud Amadinejad, to the in-your-face questions by Columbia University students in New York yesterday, I couldn’t help but be reminded of how another well-known figure might have handled the same situation:

Nathan ThurnAhmadinejad: In Iran we don’t have homosexuals like in your country. In Iran we do not have this phenomenon, I don’t know who has told you that we have it.

Student: Pardon me for saying this, but you seem defensive.

Ahmadinejad: I’m not being defensive! You’re the one who’s being defensive! Why is always the other person who’s being defensive? Have you ever asked yourself that? Why don’t you ask yourself that?

Student: Sir, this photograph was taken in Iran…

Ahmadinejad: I know that! Why wouldn’t I know that? It’s my country, I’m quite aware of that! [ looks at the camera ] Is it me? It’s him, right?

Student: Well, let me finish, this photograph shows two homosexual young Iranian men hanging from the gallows in Tehran…

Ahmadinejad: So, what are you saying?

Student: I’m saying you executed these young men simply because they were homosexual.

Ahmadinejad: Don’t you have capital punishment in the United States? You do too. In Iran there is capital punishment.

The man would be a joke if he weren’t so dangerous. God help the gays that are in Iran.

Sweet gay irony! by Emerald City Elephant
August 9, 2007, 2:23 am
Filed under: News, Politics | Tags: , ,

New Quinnepiac polls in the battleground states of Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania show that the “endorsement of gay rights groups hurts a candidate much more than it helps.”

“Quinnipiac University polls…found voters by large margins more likely to see the endorsement of a gay rights group as a reason to vote against, rather than for, a candidate.

That is especially the case among independent voters —often the key to winning these critical states —and much more so among men than women and Republicans than Democrats.

No one has won the White House since 1960 without carrying two of those three states.”

And since there isn’t a chance in hell the reflexively Democratic HRC, GLAAD, Lambda, etc… are going to endorse anyone but the Democrat candidate, this will in turn help the Republicans. And with the current state of the Democrat party, anything that helps them lose, and Republicans win—even unwittingly so—is good for all Americans—gay or straight.

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