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Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Russia Declares Homosexuality Illegal; Still Holds 2014 Olympics.
from a country where men wear big fur hats and bright red jackets?
In a country that is known to suck like over
ripe borsht, Russia proves it’s the worst country in the world by making
homosexuality a crime by law. What they forgot; maybe when having too much
vodka, was the Olympics will be held in Russia in 2014; did they think all that
male figure skating was strictly heterosexual?
Russia’s president, Vlad, Dracula; I mean Vladimir
Putin has signed a law, allowing police officers to arrest anyone, including tourists
and foreign nationals they suspect of being gay or “pro-gay,” and the police
have the right to put anyone in jail for up to 14 days. Even heterosexuals who
aren’t “butch” enough could be arrested; so don’t wear your skinny jeans over
the 2014 Winter Olympic Games coming to Russia in six months; one has to wonder
how many Olympic athletes, spectators or loved ones could wide up in a Russian
pokey for being who they are.
don’t have the Winter Olympics in a country that is so racist and horrible that
even Mel Gibson and Paula Deen are both rumored to be disgusted with Russia’s
has said the gay ban is to protect children from pedophiles; which is bullshit;
research shows about 90 percent of pedophiles are heterosexual males; got that
newspapers and magazine blabby-blab shows are more concerned about Kanye West being
a dirt bag and no-talent moron’s like Kris Jenner getting their own talk show,
then talking about this horrible injustice, except actor and writer Harvey Feirstein,
who wrote a brilliant article in yesterday’s New York Times.
the world attended the Olympics in Germany. Few participants said a word about
Hitler’s campaign against the Jews. Supporters of that decision point proudly
to the triumph of Jesse Owens, while I point with dread to the Holocaust and
world war. There is a price for tolerating intolerance.”
find me protesting on the street or wearing a T-shirt that declares my anger
with such-and-such thing or organization; where I fight back is with my wallet;
I will not buy anything imported from Russia; and it’s too bad, I always
wondered about ordering up one of those Russian mail order brides advertised in
the back of New York Magazine.