Taking Joy in Tragedy or Nana Nana Booboo (幸災樂禍)

>> Wednesday, July 21, 2010

So Glenn Beck says he got macular dystrophy and he's going blind. The man gets no sympathy from me whatsoever.

The man who cries crocodile tears is going blind? Then how do we know those are actually tears when he fake-cries and not oozes from his eye disease? And when a disease befalls him, how is it not God's punishment? The correct punishment of course is rendering him mute or maybe God sees the righteousness in him and He's trying to aid him on his teachings on the course Justice 101 in the next semester of Beck University. I'm sure it's just an act to render as much sympathy as he can for his modern donation box that a fan will undoubtedly put up on a website asking for donations. On the slim chance that he is indeed going blind, all I have to say is "Hurray! Karma is a bitch!"


The NOM Hate Bus has been touring around the Northeast, just reaching New Jersey but the public support has been dismal. Of all the cities and towns they've been, protesters outnumber their supporters and it's great, no doubt that will change the further south they go.

So the numbers that showed up for them is pathetic, but it's still not as pathetic as the organization itself. Just because the support is measly, they are taking the position as the victim, claiming that the gay activists who showed up to protest for being bullies, tweeting the protesters are arriving with their hate which is particularly laughable.

For a peaceful protest in Albany where protesters showed up surrounding the group carrying rainbow colored umbrellas:

They clumsily turned it into this:

Sorry if I'm not playing the world's smallest violin alongside the sad music. All I can do is feel bad for their kids.

The Rhode Island protest is even more hilarious with hack Pastor Jay Stirnemann speaking in tongues trying to ward off the gays. It's funny and pathetic at the same time.


The Tea Party movement is so disorganized that I don't believe anyone has authority to throw anyone out of it but here it is: Founder of the Tea Party Express had been kicked out of the movement for being a racist and posting this as a satire:

We Colored People have taken a vote and decided that we don't cotton to that whole emancipation thing. Freedom means having to work for real, think for ourselves, and take consequences along with the rewards. That is just far too much to ask of us Colored People and we demand that it stop!

Mr. Lincoln, you were the greatest racist ever. We had a great gig. Three squares, room and board, all our decisions made by the massa in the house. Please repeal the 13th and 14th Amendments and let us get back to where we belong.
One racist gone, how many are there left? It's funny how they try to paint themselves as non-racist when the whole movement pretty much started because a (half)black dude is in the White House as the president. Sure hire the first black opportunist to be their Michael Steele, the effect stays the same. Just because they've found one black dude in your party and make him chair doesn't mean the majority of they are not white and racist.

It's entertaining nonetheless.

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