Daily Archives: August 21, 2015

No, You Don’t Get To Do This

Another Christian, putting his bullshit where it isn’t wanted:

An employee of the Kansas’ Republican Secretary of State Kris Kobach’s office says she was fired from her job for not belonging to or attending a church.

Courtney Canfield claims that before she was fired in November of 2013, Rucker said “repeatedly and emphatically” that she was being terminated because “She just doesn’t go to a church.”

“The problems began in February of 2013, when Canfield was invited to a church service by a staffer working for Rucker. That happened multiple times but she never went. Despite being a Methodist, she wasn’t particularly religious.”

Amazing. She wasn’t even an atheist-but she wasn’t his type of bumptious Christian. I’m so tired of fucking evangelical assholes.

I’ve typed it before and I’ll type it again, with emphasis: KEEP YOUR SHIT TO YOURSELF. NO ONE WANTS TO HEAR “THE WORD” WHEN IT IS WORK TIME, GOVERNMENT TIME, OR SCHOOL TIME. GO TO YOUR CHURCH, WORSHIP YOUR SKY DADDY, SAY YOUR PRAYERS AT NIGHT, AND LEAVE PEOPLE ALONE.

Simple stuff.

Scott Walker Is Political Flarp

I say this because he makes a lot of noise and impossible to hold onto if squeezed. One reporter squeezed him on immigration and he burbled out this nonsense:

KASIE HUNT: Do you think that birthright citizenship should be ended?

SCOTT WALKER: Well, like I said, Harry Reid said it’s not right for this country — I think that’s something we should, yeah, absolutely, going forward —

HUNT: We should end birthright citizenship?

WALKER: Yeah, to me it’s about enforcing the laws in this country. And I’ve been very clear, I think you enforce the laws, and I think it’s important to send a message that we’re going to enforce the laws, no matter how people come here we’re going to enforce the laws in this country.

Yeah. Very clear. Clear that you don’t have a grasp on the issue. A few days later, Walker was squeezed again by a reporter on the topic and this fart sound came out of his face:

“I’m not taking a position on it one way or the other,” Walker said in an interview with CNBC’s John Harwood. Today, Walker said his stance had been misunderstood during a long campaign day involving numerous interviews marked by interruptions.

Walker once stood on the left side of the Republican debate, favoring a path to citizenship for immigrants who entered the country illegally. He has since explained that he changed his mind in response to additional information.

Flip. Flarp.

Are Republican voters going to let him get away with this? Does he really think he can punt on a major political issue and still run for president without any sense of shame or self? Come to think of it, what does this schmuck know at all?

You all deserve Donald Trump by fielding all these fucking losers.

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