Is It A Guessing Game?

December 30, 2013 By: Juanita Jean Herownself Category: Uncategorized

I often talk about my friends over at GOPUSA, which sorta seems to be Paranoia Central.

I’m on their email list and it’s generally my giggle of the day. ┬áToday brought this —


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I dunno, but I suspect it’s fabuuulous!

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17 Comments to “Is It A Guessing Game?”

  1. I loved the remark of a gay guy who said that he didn’t understand what the “homosexual agenda” was. “I thought it was an appointment book you get when you come out. ‘Dinner on Tuesday? Let me check my Homosexual Agenda….'”

    Another man said that you’d think, after being gay for about 67 years, he’d know what the “homosexual agenda” was, but still no clue.

    I think it’s something about being able to live their lives without being harassed or fired, and being able to marry the person they love, just like, you know, people.

  2. Marge Wood says:

    Based on the gays I know, the gays will probably take us to the grocery store, the gas station, the library, or Waco, all those dangerous questionable sites of gloom and doom, you know? They might even take us to the movies or a museum. Really risque.

  3. Marge Wood says:

    Reminds me of the Sweetwater lady who was worried about not being able to say MERRY CHRISTMAS. It does seem like all the cards we received this year didn’t say a word about Christmas, so, being oppositionally defiant, I have been busy saying MERRY CHRISTMAS! as loud as I can. Oh. Gays. Sorry. I forgot. MERRY CHRISTMAS, ALL YOU GAYS! and a happy new year.

  4. Spent two minutes on GOPUSA.. such willful and prideful ignorance over there….

  5. Normally I’d offer up a hateful sarcastic response to this sort of GOPuffery. But that would add dignity to a comment which itself completely lacks dignity. Tempted thou I am, I must decline.

  6. I’m just waiting for one of the nimrods at the GOPUSA website to offer a comment and solution if one’s kid starts to “ask dangerous questions” or “act a little light in the loafers.”

    Just beat the those “sick tendencies’ right out of them.

    They’ll come around … won’t they?

  7. I don’t know where the Homosexual Agenda will take me, but first I want the free toaster I was promised by the recruiter.

  8. @TTPT: free????????? TOASTER?????

  9. And the GOP doesn’t think it has an agenda…it’s always accusing other people of having one, but it doesn’t admit it does.

    Personally, if I had to pick agendas out of a hat, I’d take the homosexual agenda over the right-wing agenda.

  10. Corinne Sabo says:

    A&E used to stand for Arts & Entertainment. No longer. I never watched duck stuff and now won’t watch that network.

  11. I’m all for agendas. They used to be called goals or plans. Now where did I put my grocery agenda?????????

  12. Anybody who complains about “the _______ agenda” (when the blank is any group they don’t like) should not be taken seriously. This is the attitude of the mentally lazy and lovers of pigeonholing. Limbaugh Disorder, in other words.

  13. I can spell pathetique in French. In any language, that is what the GOP truly and it seems everlastingly.

  14. 1toughlady says:

    As long as they take us there wearing feather boas, I’m fine with it.

  15. Another Ellen in Texas says:

    I’ve never watched Duck stuff and I’m with Corinne – no A&E. What a load of garbage.

  16. If you want even more wierd stuff you should get on the Tea party e-mail list. It is even beetter than faux news.

  17. Marge Wood says:

    C’mon, grab your boas and let’s go have some fun. We can go ride up and down in the glass elevator for awhile, and then hike up and down Lady Bird Lake. When we’re tard, we kin set a spell and have a snack while we watch everyone else do whatever it is they’re doing.