Wednesday, February 06, 2008

In New Hampshire, the Shit has Hit the Fan

Dr. Marty Klein has documented the disaster in New Hampshire, and it is not a pretty sight!

Dr. Klein observes:

"At midnight on January 1, New Hampshire became the fourth state to legalize same-gender civil unions. Amid the New Year's Eve hoopla, twenty-three couples tied the knot on the State House steps.

As predicted, the world did more or less come to an end:

  • Heterosexual spouses across the state were disappointed with each other. While the sources of dissatisfaction were many, sex was a recurring complaint.
  • Horses and goats around the state asked for civil unions with their farmers or farmers' daughters (depending, of course, on the gender of the horses and goats).
  • Children showed various effects. There were many reports of peculiar behavior such as inattention in school, disobeying parents, and spending way too much time in the bathroom.

The other states to previously legalize gay civil unions are Vermont, Connecticut, and New Jersey. Only Massachusetts has legalized same-gender marriage. Some people see a sinister force at work, as the state's Boston Celtics are having a supernaturally good season--thus far winning 90% of their 30 games. Thus far, no has been able to prove that the citizens of Massachusetts have not sold their souls to the Devil.

As proof that God disapproves of homosexuality, several clergy members cited the unusual weather during the civil ceremonies--cold, with snow and some wind, despite the fact that it's January."

12 comments:

Ryan Charisma said...

Oh John, you're so funny.

Paul Jamieson said...

You want funny Charasma; here you go

YES WE CAN

LET'S REACH FOR THAT!!!!!!

Patrick aide accused of sexually assaulting 15-year-old boy

By Jessica Fargen | Thursday, February 7, 2008 |

A graphic police report obtained by the Herald reveals what a top Massachusetts gubernatorial aide allegedly did to a 15-year-old boy in a ritzy Florida hotel steam room.

Carl Stanley McGee was arrested Dec. 28 at the Gasparilla Inn & Club in Boca Grande and has been charged with violating the state’s prohibition against sexual battery. Among the allegations described in the police report is the following: McGee and the alleged victim were in the steam room at the hotel the afternoon of Dec. 28 when McGee allegedly removed his towel. He then masturbated in front of the teen, and performed oral sex on him, according to the arrest report.

McGee was arrested Dec. 28 after one of the 15-year-old’s parents contacted police. McGee was placed on unpaid leave Jan. 7, pending the outcome of the charges.

McGee, who makes $115,000 a year as the assistant secretary for policy and planning, is a gay rights activist whose 2005 nuptials were featured in a New York Times [NYT] “Vows” feature. He was named a Rhodes Scholar in 1992.

One source close to the Patrick administration described McGee as a “brilliant man” viewed as a rising star in the Patrick administration.

A source close to McGee said he is a “great guy.” The source requested anonymity.

McGee was released on $300,000 bond. He is due back in court Feb. 11. His attorney, Charles Rankin, was in court this morning and could not immediately be reached for comment. A message left at McGee’s Atlantic Avenue home was not immediately returned.

In November, The Boston Globe named McGee among the Top 25 most stylish Bostonians, according to a Globe story today. The news of McGee’s arrest was first reported locally by the Globe.

McGee married John Finley IV on Nov. 12, 2005, and former Sen. Jarrett T. Barrios officiated, according to the New York Times column on the wedding.

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

I don't want to draw any incorrect assumptions here. What is it you wanted to say by posting this article Paul?

Ryan Charisma said...

So by posting this you're saying:

either:

1) if one gay ALLEGEDLY molests one boy, then all gays do this?

2) you're holding Gov. Patrick responsible for something someone else did?

3) you're illustrating what a complete ass you are by switching the topic of gay marriage to pedophilia?

hmmmm. Because I could post pleanty of articles that illustrate straight ment molesting and raping children too.

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

Only straight people deserve to be seen as individuals. As far as gays go, we are the "they" in society as far as some people are concerned.

Great points Ryan.

Paul Jamieson said...

just exposing, oh, excuse me, uncovering, oops sorry, showing the blatant hypocrisy of one of the major activists who was behind the squelching of the people's right to vote on gay marriage

I guess his marriage meant a lot huh?

"Thus far, no has been able to prove that the citizens of Massachusetts have not sold their souls to the Devil"

well we might have one here

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

Well, I can't say as though I didn't expect this...

So Paul, when did you sell yours? ;)

Paul Jamieson said...

nice diversionary tactic Hosty

what do you have to say about TITS MCGEE?

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

In response I'll say what I've said from the begining. I think you are a closet homosexual, and your over-focus on this subject is the tell tale sign.

You can't get gay sex off of your mind. That's the way you are now, and it's what you were like when I met you. You should think about that, maybe ask yourself why.

Paul Jamieson said...

nice try again Hosty

who said anything about gay sex?

What you really mean is I can't get hypocritical liberal activists like you, Lang, Toleos and "Tits" McGee off my mind

or I can't get subversive un American people off my mind

and why do you use homosexuality as slander?

your fellow activists will no doubt be upset that you are using homosexuality to make fun of people, like homosexuality is a bad thing.

Like it would be horrible if I was homosexual?

this is the crux of my argument against you and your liberal friends. You take an issue and you can't debate it, so you confuse the issue with hate speech to make people feel sorry for you.

what you don't seem to remember is you are part of a group who intimidate people and threatened me and my family and for that I will never forgive you

You violated the first law of God to Love your Neighbor

and you violated the law of this land which is freedom of speech and the right to vote

I am on a mission to make sure you will always know that people will stand up to your kind of hatred and intimidation, be you homosexual or heterosexual.

and we will always point out the hypocrisy of people like you and "Tits" McGee - just like you point out the hypocrisy of people like Larry Craig

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

Rants like this last one are why I have often speculated about your sanity.

I don't drag you here Paul, that's your own choice. Every day...day after day....year after year. How many other people in your peer group can say the same? Any?

No Paul, you are VERY different, and you should ask yourself why that is. What is the need for such focus on gays?

Paul Jamieson said...

Like you are the only blog that I post on

Don't think so highly of yourself

This is what I think is so bizarre about Hosty


He asks a question - gets an answer that he doesn't like and attacks - calls it a rant and questions my sanity

I would question the sanity of anyone who writes their own blog posts and then responds to it

any way - here is my answer again John

Listen closely now and try to take it all in - I know its hard

what you don't seem to remember is you are part of a group who intimidate people and threatened me and my family and for that I will never forgive you

You violated the first law of God to Love your Neighbor

and you violated the law of this land which is freedom of speech and the right to vote

I am on a mission to make sure you will always know that people will stand up to your kind of hatred and intimidation, be you homosexual or heterosexual.