Monday, December 23, 2013

Anti's, Phobias and other assorted doublespeak

     I realize that I aint the first person to recognize this for what it is, but the latest kerfluffle over Phil Robertson's comments bring to light, once again, the liberal tactic of casting a negative light on everything they do not agree with.  For instance, if you support the Second Amendment, you are a gun nut.  If you don't agree with murdering unborn children, you are Anti-Choice (or a General in the War on Women).  If you believe in Jesus Christ as your personal savior, you are a religious fanatic.  In the case of the Duck Commander, he is now a homophobe.

     I was naively unaware that disagreeing with a certain topic, or in this case, lifestyle, qualified a person as having a fear of said topic, or lifestyle.  Even living in the great outback of New Mexico, I have been exposed to several people that are openly homosexual, and count many of them among my friends.  I have no problem being around them, and actually find them to be some of the funniest fuckers I've ever been around.  However, I try not to let my mind wander off into the one thing that makes us different, as I, like Phil, find a vagina much more attractive than a hairy man ass.  The truly odd part is that I never knew that I feared them, until I was enlightened by the liberal ass hats that would gladly stick that label on me.  Seriously, if you want to see an irrational fear of something, throw a fucking snake in my lap when I aint looking.  That is a phobia.

     No, I don't think I have any diagnosable phobias.  What I do have is a grasp on reality.  A reality that says I can make friends with whomever I please.  A reality that says I don't have to agree with everyone else's world view.  A reality that says I have a responsibility to take care of me and mine first.  A reality that says I have committed no crimes, and therefore should not be treated as a criminal.  A reality that says, short of inciting violence or harm to another, I am free to think and say whatever I want.

     With that being said, Merry Christmas to all of you.  The era of political correctness is gone.  Stand up and be counted!


  1. I agree and Merry Christmas to you and yours.

  2. My personal opinion is there is a considerable amount of psychological projection going on with the Antis.

    From gun control (fear) to Christian beliefs (hatred); I often see the antis talking about what they would do or feel -- and then turning that to be what WE do.

    Gun control is a great example; they are so afraid to be in public with someone who might be armed that WE are afraid to go out in public without being armed......HUH? How does that work? We routinely have to disarm and of course recognize the stakes in the gamble to go unarmed or not are too high to consider other courses of action. Not fear; just solid examination of the facts; resistance, especially armed resistance reduces the chance of us being injured. -- The very opposite of fear.