Oh the presidential debate. That murderous, evil, bird-killing debate

Seen on that damn thing, the facebook.

I know you guys would love to have my live blog of tonight’s debate, but I couldn’t because I was at a condo meeting.

I’m watching the debate now from the beginning and I lean toward Obama as the stronger candidate.

My facebook and twitter feeds agree.

But Tina’s facebook doesn’t.

So who’s going to win?

Romney isn’t tanking, for sure. He’s actually somewhat likable in the first 30 minutes. His zingers are lame, and his “compassionate eyes” are nauseating.

Romney’s not a leader. He’s an actor. He’s taking too many notes from his actor idol, Ronnie Reagan.

I’ll update more in another post.


Dan Cathy supports brothers who kill each other or sell them into slavery; drunken, incestuous sex romps; in-fighting and hating one another

#Chick-Fil-A’s fearless leader and president Dan Cathy recently said — and I quote (link here):

Families are very important to our country. And they’re very important to those of us who are concerned about being able to hang on to our heritage.

We support Biblical families, and they’ve always been a part of that.”

Biblical families, huh?

Biblical families include Cain and Abel, and we know how that ended. It includes Joseph and his brothers, who sold him into (biblical) slavery.

Awesome and awesome. Biblical families are amazing.

Lots’ horny daughters got their father drunk and fucked him in his tent.

That’s biblical.

Oh so sweetly biblical.

And Jesus said that compared to god, you should hate your family.

The biblical definition of family is clear.

You either fuck each other literally or figuratively.

The moral handbook has spoken.

Did you want more out-of-context examples? How about threatening to kill your children (Abraham and Isaac or God himself for that matter).

How about my favorite: forcing your wives and daughters to keep their mouths shut. That’s biblical.

The cool thing about the biblical views of family is that if people acted according to the bible, our world would quickly turn into chaos.

Thank goodness for secular laws that overpower the biblical views of family.


It’s Wednesdog!


This week’s Wednesdog is brought to you by Jude C’s Sam and Anna posing with their darker-nosed doppelgangers.

Sam is far left and Anna is number three from the left. The big guy on the right, his name is Moose.

I’m not supposed to tell you this, but because we’re across the boarder — and Quebec is a country within a country — but the second dog from the left is Secret Agent 49 of the Montreal Underworld. 

He’s on a clandestine mission to rid the country of evil one butt sniff at a time.

Here’s to your lovely humpday Wednesdog. May all your humps be quick and easy.

Thanks, Jude!