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Monday, August 27, 2007

Briefly

The Outrage is flowing like lava today, but Conchita's applying the thumbscrews in her typically sadistic manner. Go work yourself into a Righteous lather over the following, and be sure to tell them Sister Nancy Beth sent you.

Old Europe: Perverting Christian Values for 600 years -- Boy, here's a shocker. France and sodomy have gone together like George Michael and sex in public restrooms since the late medieval era:
Civil unions between male couples existed around 600 years ago in medieval Europe, a historian now says.

Historical evidence, including legal documents and gravesites, can be interpreted as supporting the prevalence of homosexual relationships hundreds of years ago, said Allan Tulchin of Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania.

If accurate, the results indicate socially sanctioned same-sex unions are nothing new, nor were they taboo in the past.
Radical homosexual activists will try to twist this into "evidence" to support enactment of their perverted agenda, but the real lesson is obvious: France, its former colonies, and people of French descent should be shunned as the moral reprobates they truly are.

Bye-bye, Berto: Quite frankly, this serves Our President right for hiring an illegal immigrant to do the job that many other people (like me, for example) were more qualified for. If President Bush had listened to the Republican rank & file rather than trying to woo DemocRATS like Teddy Kennedy (who is fat), he could have spared everyone a lot of aggravation. See you in front of Home Depot, Alberto!

The next Pearl Harbor. The western ideal of beauty is the foundation upon which civilized society rests, or so it will say in the Christian Cosmetology textbook I plan to write one of these days (it's a shoo-in in Texas!). Imagine my horror to learn that one of our purported allies, Japan, is once again attempting to blast Freedom to Kingdom Come by redefining traditional beauty in a way to whip up the natives into a kimono-wearing, tea-sipping, kamikaze-bombing, nationalistic frenzy:
Shampoo advertising in Japan typically featured glamorous blondes praising imports from Procter & Gamble and Unilever.

But ads for Tsubaki, the latest hit from local cosmetics maker Shiseido Co., feature famous Japanese women and an unusually direct slogan: "Japanese women are beautiful."
It gets worse. Just look at what qualifies as front-office ready in this bold new multicultural world:
Sakura Ikeda, 31, an artist who makes miniature animals, is sold on Tsubaki.

"It makes my hair soft and moist," she said.
Great, so the height of fashion these people are being told to aspire to is a head full of damp hair, like they just ran a marathon? It begs the question of why they should even bathe at all. This fits in suspiciously well with liberals' backwards approach to personal grooming, and casts all those sweaty, leotard-clad moonbats at the yoga studio in an even more suspicious light. Christians are advised to monitor the trend on these shores, as Japan's & The Left's shared hatred of Beauty and America makes them likely allies. We might be reopening Manzanar yet! Praise Him!

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