Thursday, November 29, 2007

Iranian Gay Rights

So apparently Iran's official policy in dealing with the gay community is to torture and execute them. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, who recently was at Columbia University, was welcomed with standing ovations by free-thinking, love-to-debate (unless you're Conservative), future American leaders, also known as college students. Everyone knows how Mahmoud and his clan feel about the gay community: kill them all and let Allah figure it out. How confusing it must be to be a liberal these days. On one hand, you have to plant big, wet, sloppy kisses on the butt of one of the world's most dangerous, psychotic leaders and yet not offend the gay and lesbian groups who Mahmoud, if given the chance, would wipe off the face of the earth. I guess liberals will sleep with anyone, no matter how ironic or hypocritical it is. It's not unlike the on-going farce with the Hugo Chavez Fan Club where you have a steady stream of idiotic celebrities running down to Venezuela to hang with Hugo. No one has figured out what the point is except to maybe thumb one's nose at Washington, as if anyone really cares what Sean Penn or Danny Glover do in their spare time. Liberals, who continuously preach eternal tolerance, now are trying to embrace some of the most intolerant, murderous, hate-filled cultures in history. The fact is that Ahmadinejad is a nutcase who needs to meet up with the same fate as Saddam Hussein. When some Columbia student questioned him on his stance regarding Homosexuality, Mahmoud replied that there are no homosexuals in Iran. He's probably right. They are all lying peacefully in shallow graves out in the desert.

5 comments:

Republican Sen. Larry Craig said...

How right you are Scud, it sure must be a confusing time for liberals. You'll never find libs taking rock solid positions, like publicly opposing gay's. While at the same time trying to pick them up in public restrooms. That kind of righteous stance, wide by the way, you will only get from true conservatives.

I have a lot more I could say on the subject, but I'm pressed for time. My flight leaves in an hour and I have to go to the john.

Jeff said...

It was widely reported that Columbia's Lee Bollinger received a standing ovation for his introductory speech. It emphasized free speech and vigorous debate before it turned into an ass-whoopin' denunciation of Ahmadinejad. The introduction put the Iranian leader on the defensive from the beginning. It deserved an ovation. Only Faux "News" interpreted the reaction to Bollinger's speech as an ovation for Ahmadinejad. Anyone care to guess where Scud gets his information?

And just in case - just in case - you were too freaking dense to understand the purpose of the event, Bollinger spelled it out in bullet point number one:

First, since 2003, the World Leaders Forum has advanced Columbia's long-standing tradition of serving as a major forum for robust debate, especially on global issues. It should never be thought that merely to listen to ideas we deplore in any way implies our endorsement of those ideas, or the weakness of our resolve to resist those ideas or our naiveté about the very real dangers inherent in such ideas. It is a critical premise of freedom of speech that we do not honor the dishonorable when we open the public forum to their voices. To hold otherwise would make vigorous debate impossible. [emphasis mine]

When the microphone was opened to students, Ahmadinejad's respones to their points of inquiry made news for their stupidity. For making the Iranian leader look the fool, Scud ripped Columbia University. It boggles the mind...

Mr. Ithurtswhenipee said...

Jeff,
Having read Scud's blog for the last few years, are you REALLY "boggled" by his stupidity?

Jeff said...

It's hard to imagine that an boy so retarded that he pees himself without a hint of embarrassment could have mistaken the event at Columbia with an endorsement of Ahmadinejad so, yes. Yes, I am.

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