Thursday, September 27, 2018

"We Pray in the Name of Jesus"

This morning as Christine Blasey Ford prepared to state her accusations against Brett Kavanaugh before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Pat Robertson asked his "700 Club" viewers to join him in a special prayer.

"Throw confusion into those who are bringing false accusations against a future Supreme Court judge," Robertson prayed.

God heard him and thought, "Oh Pat.  Nobody's more confused than you."

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

This Week's Quote

In the interest of fairness and equal time, Ben & Jerry's is also coming out with flavors for some conservative politicians. Here's the one they made for House Speaker Paul Ryan: Vanilla. And Sen. Mitch McConnell: They went with Vanilla. And Vice President Mike Pence got Blinding White Vanilla — now with extra vanilla.

James Corden

Source:  Newsmax

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

This Week's Quote

I love reading; it's a great way to avoid writing.

Tony Kushner

Source:  Brainyquote

Monday, September 17, 2018


If it were a man accusing Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, Mitch McConnell would be walking around saying, "Kavanaugh?  Kavanaugh Who?"

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Low-Key Celebration

Since I know lesbians from around the country read this blog, I must not exult over the fact that my beloved hometown team won the WNBA championship last night.  I will be restrained, and just casually mention that the SEATTLE STORM stomped that other team, and SUE, NATASHA, BREANNA, JEWELL, ALYSHA, SAMI, KALEENA, CRYSTAL, JORDIN, NOELLE, COURTNEY and MERCEDES are goddesses on earth, and every other team in the league should bow down to THEM.

See?  I'm the model of reserve.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

This Week's Quote

In the name of Jesus, you Hurricane Florence, we speak to you in the name of Jesus, and we command the storm to cease its forward motion and go harmlessly into the Atlantic.

Pat Robertson

Source:  The Hill

Monday, September 10, 2018

Spreading the News

Last week was a busy one in American news, what with that anonymous New York Times op-ed, Bob Woodward's book, the Brett Kavanaugh hearings and Barack Obama's return to the political stage.  Owing to all this red, white and blue hubbub, you might've missed important news from the wider world.

And I can't have that.

Last week India's Supreme Court unanimously struck down the country's colonial-era law banning gay sex.  Chief Justice Dipak Misra declared the law, known as Section 377, was "irrational, indefensible and manifestly arbitrary."

It gets even better.  Beyond decriminalizing consensual gay sex, the justices ruled that gays are to be accorded all the protections of the Indian Constitution.

If Queen Victoria were alive, this would kill her.

Naturally there was rainbow-hued joy all over the world's second most populous nation.  Predictably there was also religious indignation.  Conservative Hindus, Muslims and Christians pledged to fight the ruling.

There we gays go again, bringing age-old enemies together, whether in Mumbai or Jerusalem or Atlanta.  We just have that gift.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

This Week's Quote

Now Trump’s saying Democrats are going to be “violent” if they win big in November? What are we going to do? Throw our PBS tote bags at them?

Bette Midler

Source:  Twitter

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Raising Cane

USA Today reports that two Malaysian women were caned in public yesterday, their punishment under strict Islamic law for "trying to have sex."

In addition to the physical pain, the humiliation, the degradation and the shame, the two women apparently didn't even succeed in having sex.

That should've been punishment enough.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

Dairy Queen

Beth Ford is the first openly lesbian leader of a Fortune 500 company, having been named the CEO of Land O'Lakes.  If you see her, butter her up.