Saturday, June 14, 2014

Republicans: "It's now how well you can limbo, it's how low can you go."

Just when you thought any knuckle dragging, brain dead, bigoted teabaggers couldn't show more  hatred and/or intolerance, another maggot wiggles out of the woodwork to bestow more mosels of idiocy upon us, the much vexed American public (especially moi, really damn vexed), like this ass clown from, where else, Oklahoma, Scott Esk, from OK, a place so wretched the US Government sent Native Americans exiled from TN, and Gatlinburg, even then a tourist trap, to the bleak, windswept hell we now know as that state just north of Dallas.

Then government then opened up this shit hole for homesteading by poor white trash so desperate they rushed to take land not even fit for Indians.

From such ilk issued Scott Esk whose comments include:
[As the The Moore Daily discovered, Esk last summer responded to another person's Facebook post about the Pope with scripture passages seemingly condoning the harsh punishment of gays. When someone asked him if he meant "we should execute homosexuals (presumably by stoning)," Esk responded in the affirmative.

"I think we would be totally in the right to do it," he wrote. "That goes against some parts of libertarianism, I realize, and I'm largely libertarian, but ignoring as a nation things that are worthy of death is very remiss."

Esk clarified to The Moore Daily that God did indeed condone death by stoning in the Bible, but added, "I have no plans to reinstitute that in Oklahoma law."]  emphasis added to ridicule.

This assclown probably thinks Jesus a libertarian.

Dang, feel tempted to stone Herr Esk myowndamnself, but that would be wrong, as my friend the Greatest Rabbi reminds me I better not judge people or I would ger judged.

For Christ's sake, figuratively and literally, Jesus addressed the very issue of stoning a woman caught in adultery--also probably a capital offense for those of  Esk's sharia ilk, but that would definitely take out many incumbents in Congress--telling the self righteous Pharisees of his day to cast the first stone if any of them had no sins.

Going to reread that passage from Gospel of John now and try not to try Isk, just ignore him like another pustule on the body politic, probably on in the anal region.

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