Friday, June 25, 2010

Trailer Park Logic

Mike Huckabee says homosexuals shouldn't have the same rights as straight people because homo sex grosses him out. And he says that his of the label 'ick factor' to describe gay sex is perfectly fine because someone else made the phrase up.

So using his logic it's okay for me to call him and his family a sick bunch of homophobic trailer park inbred Christians:
It's okay for me to call them that because that phrase was made up by someone else. And remember in Huckabee's world, it's always alright to say mean hurtful things if you didn't make the words or the phrases up yourself.

That's logic you'll only get from a sister fuckin' squirrel eating Bible totin' Arkansas asswipe. Modern conservatives, how I love you so.

7 comments:

mad said...

That picture right there is proof positive why some people should not procreate.

Kim Hambric said...

That photo pretty much grosses me out. I do wonder if this family should enjoy the same rights I do.

XUP said...

Is that a real photo? Seriously? The all decided it would be fun to wrap stripey shirts around their enormous heads, grimace and choke their dog for the family photo? That's freaky.

Nathan said...

It's Mike Huckabee and his kids, Tweedledum and Tweedledee!

You know what I find icky? The idea of Huckabee having sex.

Lsamsa said...

I'm sorry...I'm feeling far too superior here...my bad...but who the he'double hockey sticks' dresses like that...in multiples?!
No kidding XUP...choke the dog, make him look like he's smiling...evil.

gmb said...

You said a mouthful, mad.

Ricky Shambles said...

Oh my...I never would've guessed his "boys" were so big. Rawr. I guess the body as a temple implies the bigger the temple the sweeter the prayin'. The son on the left is actually actor Chris Penn - he had to gain 5 lbs. to play the role. The kids have filmed a prosumer porno: Behind the Green Bench. They may have on different shirts, but they're all wearing elasticated Mom Jeans. Seriously, this image makes Baby Jesus cry and should be the banner poster for the "Awkward Family Photos" blog.