WaPo Writer Wets Herself Over Obama and Gay Marriage

Posted by on May 11, 2012 at 1:37 pm

This is just getting ridiculous.

This Mother’s Day, Obama’s declaration gives gay and lesbian couples, as well as interracial couples, infertile couples and single parents — as well as every mother who fears she’s not doing it right — a reason to rejoice.

Well, that pretty much just covers every woman alive, doesn’t it?

Without Dear Leader Obama, Mother’s Day just wouldn’t be worth living through, it seems. Am I the only one scratching their head over the link between gay marriage and infertile couples?

Meanwhile, the full-court press on Romney continues.

Many of today’s principals would be likely to throw the book at a student who pinned down a classmate and clipped his hair, as Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney did as a high school senior in 1965.

Romney was not disciplined at the time. If such an attack happened in the public schools of 2012, it would probably lead to suspension and might also be referred for expulsion, a number of local public school leaders said following a Washington Post report of the incident involving Romney.

A call to police would probably also be in order because it would be considered an assault, said Alan Goodwin, principal of Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda.

“It would be taken very seriously,” Goodwin said. “Even using the scissors would be considered using a weapon. It would not be an acceptable prank.”

Back when Obama was snorting massive amounts of cocaine, as he notes in his book,  it would have been a crime, and cocaine possession would  also be one today. Which makes us wonder, how did a destitute Obama afford cocaine? Was he selling it? Was he performing sexual favors for it?

Maybe the Washington Post should look into this stuff.

Via Slublog.

2 Responses to “WaPo Writer Wets Herself Over Obama and Gay Marriage”

  1. EBL on 11/11/12 at 2:14 pm

    If we are going to compare Romney and Obama, let’s get them to release all their high school and college transcripts, applications and related records (including disciplinary)!