John Kerry picks his running “mate”?

by alphamonkey on July 14, 2004 · 3 comments

in Politics,Sexuality

imageI’ve long said that there are two types of people in the world: those who love Elvis and those who love The Beatles. Elvis fans tend to be the more conservative group – the fellas that have a real sense of individuality, self worth, and personal ability. Beatles fans tend to be liberals – fans of big government, political media, and… POP music. God save us all if these fags win.

John Kerry and his running mate…

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  • http://www.livejournal.com/users/shadwstalkr Shadow Stalker

    “fans of big government, political media, and… POP music”

    You realize, of course, that describes at least 80% of Americans, including almost every political figure and employee, on both sides of the aisle.

    And you can’t take a lame line from a Pulp Fiction deleted scene and call it your own.

  • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

    Oh, Harvestor! I’d take you more seriously if I didn’t know about your brief, but tumultous affair with George McGovern.

    I know he hurt you, but you need to let it go.

  • http://www.jalopyjournal.com Harvestor of Bondo

    That line was from Pulp Fiction? Damn.

    “Fred Phelps Coalition to Banish All Liberal Fags to Hell”

    – Nawe, that would be too wrong… How bout just Maine or something? Or maybe we could kick the indians off the reservations and put them there.

    “You realize, of course, that describes at least 80% of Americans, including almost every political figure and employee, on both sides of the aisle.”

    – Yes I do… That’s why I have come around full circle and turned into a communist.

    “Go back to Kenya!!!”

    – I think I’m too stupid to get that reference.

    “Oh, Harvestor! I’d take you more seriously if I didn’t know about brief, but tumultous affair with George McGovern.”

    – Oh man, that wasn’t George I was all up on… It was the good reverend’s sister. Who would have thought that she could be confused with a conservative from the Dakotas? I guess it’s not that far fetched.

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