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Grandmaster trigger man of the gay world, Dave Daubenmire, made some insightful comments about lesbians.
Prove him wrong.
Daubenmire, while discussing a trip to Walmart, said that he discovered that not everyone is attractive.
“There are a lot of unattractive people in the world,” he said, as if this were the first time he paid attention to anyone besides himself when out in public.
Suddenly he had what he thought was a novel explanation for why some people are gay: they’re just too ugly to be straight.
“I don’t wonder if some of this… Especially in women… Some of this homosexuality stuff going on…” he said.
“I look out at our sex-starved culture and the sex-starved nation in which we live and I would understand now why an unattractive woman might be drawn to an unattractive woman because, really, both of them probably, it’s hard to find a man to love them.”
It’s a well-known disjunction: gay men are usually attractive because they baby and pamper themselves and have a self-fixation that straddles the line of hyper-feminine, but lesbian women…shudder.
Why are lesbians so horrific and disgusting?
Back when I started this blog, I wrote about this in a post entitled The lesbian+feminism dilemna. My 2009 writing style is interesting to behold.
Love him or hate him, you have to admit nothing compares, even closely, with President “the real” Trump’s hyperbolic Tweetwrecks. You cannot deny it.
Well, it appears we have a new Tweetophile priming her ideological Twitter effusions for our gleeful disparagement.
It’s Alexandria, of course.
What if instead of sending 5k troops to the border, we had sent 5k caseworkers to review + process visa applications?
In addition to averting moral crisis, it also would‘ve saved enormous amt of resources. But we don’t talk about the financial recklessness of GOP admins, do we?
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@Ocasio2018) November 26, 2018
This little nugget caught my eye earlier today.
I hoped not to post again about this commie wench, at least not for a week, but with Tweets like this, my recusal from all things Ocasio took a hasty tumble.
This Tweet embodies the Left’s cognitive slant and haphazard application of its passive ideology. This Tweet has given us the clearest glimpse into the netherworld of the Socialist mind and all the convoluted logic contained therein.
Firstly, Ocasio morally and logistically equates caseworkers with soldiers. How does that work, now?
Caseworkers are bureaucrats, governmental bloat and busywork designed around the perpetuation of committees and reams of modern corporate gobbledygook whose primary aim it is to vent emotion and self-serving chatter while minimally doing anything useful or pertinent. This is how the modern workplace is erected. Much talking, many meetings, many dead-end consultations and plans that turn to naught. “Caseworkers” are full of shit-motons who shovel paper around and write flowery recommendations which another caseworker down the line shuffles around as part of their specific role/task in the bureaucratic assembly line. Rinse, repeat, shovel.
Soldiers, on the other hand, are self-steering decision-makers who get the job done in the most direct, efficient manner possible.
Five-thousand soldiers will do the work of 5,000, maybe 6,000 men.
Five-thousand caseworkers? Hm. They will do the work of perhaps 2,500 men (on a good day), but more like 1,000-1,500. Caseworkers talk and consider and ultimately, forward their findings or conclusions to other inefficient cogs in the squeaky wheel.
Five-thousand case workers at the U.S-Mexican border will prolong the shitshow for an eternity. The Ocasio bureaucracy tour will bring nothing but anguished red-tape and pencil-pushing to a situation that needs to be dealt with harshly, strongly and quickly. Thousands more migrants are headed this way. Soldiers will extinguish the ant colony; Ocasio’s caseworkers will lay out crumbs of sugar until they determine which ants are hungriest, but first, knowing how caseworkers “work,” they will need to determine what “hungry” means and furthermore, how it should be federally proscribed and coded. In fact, the circle will most likely broaden because caseworkers can never make up their minds and, too eager to solicit other points of view, will enlarge the scope of the migrant crisis to include additional governmental agencies. Ad nauseum.
In the meantime, more ants will arrive and the caseworkers will continue shoveling sugar.
This is the dichotomy of the deepening Left/Right divide that has taken root with the Trump Presidency. The division is clearer now, and line between the two, much thinner. The demarcation is writ all over Ocasio’s Tweet.
The Left talks about accomplishing and convenes committees and meetings and discussions in order to arrive at a decision that accommodates all but satisfies few.
The Right acts and defers to a centralized command entrusted to make the right decision that is most just but there is no illusion that it is good for everybody in equal measures, because there is no expectation of such.