Monday, July 18, 2005
It is entirely unacceptable that my staff’s personal lives are considered fair game by partisans looking for arguments to bolster my opponent's campaign. Mr. Traynham continues to have my full support and confidence as well as my prayers as he navigates this rude and mean-spirited invasion of his personal life.
Pennsylvania Republican Rick Santorum in response to the outing of his gay aide, Robert Traynham , his main spokesman and deputy chief of staff for the Senate Republican Conference, which Santorum chairs. This from a man whose entore political career is based on fucking with the private life of others. Guess what the most hilarious part is, Santorum? That you genuinely think that what is or isn't acceptable to you means a fucking thing for me or anyone else really. Who cares what you find acceptable. Be on notice that if there are any other fuckwads working for you, they will be exposed. Get used to it. Not all of us are convinced about who exactly is fucking you up your dirty, hypocritical ass. We sure have our suspicions though.
Thursday, July 07, 2005
It seems fair to observe that there is something of an ideological convergence between the nihilists who ran riot in Scotland this week and those who committed mass murder in London this morning.Who else, but OpinionJournal’s James Taranto, comparing protestors with poignant and legitimate grievances exercising dissent – a cornerstone of democracy – with the gruesome bombing of civilians in London.
Yes, some protestors resorted to violence, erasing the message and actions of many who did not. Taranto’s pathetic, high pitched vitriol seems more like fanatical Muslim extremism than anything the protestors in Scotland might have said or done.
Stupidity, hatred and ignorance, whether spouting it on Al Jazeera or on the web site of The Wall Street Journal, are dangerous and deadly. It seems fair to suggest the victims in London send thank-you cards to James Taranto.