Monday, September 02, 2013

Tea Party leader says that "Sex is not about fun." I think I finally understand why these people are so angry all the time.

Tea Party leader Jerome Corsi

This is a quote from Captain Cock blocker up there, "Our founding fathers knew that if we went this direction, there was no more moral compass and you won’t be able to explain to your children — you’ll have to face the fact that we lost holding the line on one of the most principle issues in the Bible, and that is sex is not about fun. If you want to have fun read a book."

Yeah okay, now either this idiot has NO idea how to actually have sex, or he is reading some incredibly good books.  I am guessing the first one.

And does he REALLY believe that the Founding Fathers did NOT have sex for fun?

Has he not read about Benjamin Franklin? Or Thomas Jefferson?  I really don't think they shared his view on sex.

This idiot seems to believe that early Americans were these religiously upstanding monks who were completely celibate unless they were married. When in fact we know that they were simply men, and that many of them drank heavily, gambled their lives away, and had quite a lot of sex outside of the bonds of holy matrimony. (You know the BEST kind of sex!)

Hell if sex were not fun we as a species would have died out long ago.

Personally I feel sorry for this asshole's wife. How much pleasure do you think he ever gave her? (You know, before he slid his bulk off of her and let her finally catch her breath and start dealing with the shame of having to actually touch him?)

Gee no wonder these Teabagger's are always waving signs attacking the President and bitching about everything under the sun. They are sexually frustrated.  I also think it kind of explains that whole fixation on guns as well.

If you know what I'm saying.

(H/T to Liberal America.)


  1. Anonymous4:18 AM

    Great post title

    Thanks for starting off the day with a laugh

  2. Anonymous4:28 AM

    He's talking about sex for procreation...keeping the species alive and thriving - not sex for frivolous, meaningless fun. Virtue, belief in a higher call, moral idea of connecting with another to create another human being and believing in life (even before 20 weeks).

    1. Sally in MI6:18 AM

      Higher calling? According to WIKI, the guy has had two wives and has one I guess the first one got tired of no sex, and the second one doesn't care? The GOP's higher calling is a bunch of words. No more.

    2. Anonymous6:47 AM

      Nature made sex fun so people would have it.
      The end.

    3. Anonymous7:05 AM

      Yes, 4:28, we UNDERSTAND what he means...we're laughing at him, however, because he's so hilariously misinformed...kind of like you!

      Your kind puts more emphasis on embryos than you do on brain cells. To you, a two-celled being is more important than the 15-year-old it's growing inside. You probably think, like the idiot Mitt Romney, the Catholic church and Sarah Palin, that a 30-year-old mother of three should sacrifice her life in order to keep a fetus growing inside of her. Even though -- LITERALLY -- in nature, that baby would have died without its mother because...uh milk and no 7-11s to buy baby formula from.

      You imbeciles who hop around about the sanctity of "life" are probably the same idiots who sneer at women who dare to feed their babies in public. know...boobies are unnatural!


      If you care so much about keeping the species alive and thriving, you should:

      a. Care about global warming.
      b. Be concerned about the proliferation of processed foods.
      c. Be opposed to people having 10+ kids.
      d. Get active in getting the minimum wage raised so that single working mothers can provide for their children.
      e. Promote sustainable, local industries and farms and NOT shop at Walmart and, it pains me to say, Target.
      f. Lobby congress to re-fund programs to promote birth control in third world countries, as studies show that women in these environments who have their first child outside of their teen years tend to have better economic success and more successful women.

      But you won't do any of these. You'll just continue to stand on our public streets and hold pictures of fetuses to commuters and you'll continue to elect stupid, ignorant politicians who would raise your taxes and lower your benefits so that CEOs and private equity managers can pay even less in taxes than they do, and you'll justify this by saying that they work hard, even though it doesn't take a brain to see that these people do not, in fact work very hard, but you'll think this because you're brainwashed by your church and your church will no doubt promote this idea because, probably, the pastor of your church probably makes ten times more than you do and really needs those tax breaks, too, because he's in a higher tax bracket, even though he is supposed to be making a living by spreading the word of a man who believed in living in poverty and helping the poor but, hey...your pastor needs his iPhone, too, I guess, probably for "frivolous, meaningless fun" sex because, let's face it, it seems like there's a scandal about pastors sexing ladies -- or dudes -- at least every six months or so, and that's only from big churches and no one cares about your measly pastor.

      Also, fun is never meaningless...and I feel sorry for you do thinking that.

    4. The two concepts are not mutually exclusive. See Song of Solomon in the bible.

    5. Anonymous8:17 AM

      I have been married for 36 yrs and I love sex and it is very fun. Are you suggesting that once all the "procreating" is done that people don't have sex? LOL , I'd hate to be you.
      BTW why does this guy only have one child? Shouldn't he have been procreating more?
      I get a kick out of you people that try and give religious meaning to a pleasurable biological urge.

    6. Anonymous9:14 AM

      In defense of 4:28, I think this person is trying to present the argument, and thinking of the TP in the article. This was the thinking of a minority of the founding fathers, the Puritans. For obvious reasons, the concept never really caught on,

    7. Anonymous9:43 AM

      Anon at 7:05 am. I would add to your already excellent list that this guy should be an active and vocal proponent of universal single payor healthcare in this country.

    8. Anonymous9:44 AM

      Anon at 9:14 am. I don't think there were too many Puritans among the "Founding Fathers" who met in Philadelphia back in the day.

    9. Anonymous9:55 AM

      @ 6:47 a.m. Uhm, no. Your comment implies teleology. That's NOT the way evolution works. Simply those humans who enjoyed sex survived and procreated in larger numbers. So there are now more humans who enjoy sex than don't.

      The fundernut fuckwad pictured must be a mutation - damaged genetic material.

    10. to anon @ 7:05 - regarding point "f": I think that we need to re-fund birth control in THIS almost Third World country now that the religious right is attempting to take over our country, and is winning in many places.

      Religion must be divorced from our laws and government. All religions should be respected, but left to those who believe. State and Church were never meant to be married. I do not wish to live in a theocracy where we are forced to follow whichever religious group is in power at the time. We are living in a democracy, or at least attempting to hang onto a democratic way of governing and living.

    11. Usually these meatheads like some freaking weird "sex"

      So gay people having sex is out of the question

  3. The founding fathers, particularly Benjamin, loved sex. Franklin disappointed me by trying to maneuver an attractive French woman into having an affair with him, even though it would have destroyed her marriage; I thought that was very selfish. But he let at least one slave just walk away without repercussions. He was a man of mixed values.

    I doubt Jefferson had sex with his slaves for any reason except fun.

    Don't these people ever get tired of being wrong?

  4. angela4:41 AM

    Wow! All you can do is laugh at this frustrated idiot.

    Does he not realize the amount of pre-marital sex that was going
    on in the bad old days. A whole lot of early Americans got married
    and had babies a few minutes later.

    Teabaggers are always trying to pretend this country was started by
    celibate clergy and vestal virgins sitting on the written by god constitution.

    1. Anonymous8:18 AM

      Approx 30% of marriages in the 18th and 19th centuries had pregnant brides, kind of like Sarah Palin and her mother.

    2. And the daughter. Oh, wait. Never mind!

  5. Anonymous4:45 AM

    Their continued attempt to link our country with their Bible is deeply troubling, and also hilarious, as this quote is.

    Benjamin Franklin? Lots of children, some legitimate and some not. He liked sex, and he read and wrote books, too! Sometimes he was flying a kite or inventing bifocals or stoves, and then, when his other activities were done, he went to bed -- with a smile.

    Thomas Jefferson? Several children with Sally Hemings. Then he wrote books, read books, founded a university, studied architecture. Appeared to have enjoyed all aspects of his life.

    George Washington? It's thought that he was made sterile by a childhood disease, but he certainly loved and married and had a fond relationship with his wife, while also serving as the first President and commander of the Revolutionary forces.

    John Adams and Abigail? Their numerous letters to each other showed their great affection for each other -- for each other's minds, as well as for their bodies.

    Monroe, Madison, Hamilton? People were lusty then, just was they are now, and aways have been. There was no yputube or instagram -- but there is the evidence that there were children being born constantly.
    As well as books being read. Just at different times.

    The Puritans all procreated...Queen Victoria wasn't a Victorian -- she had many children and mourned the loss of her husband, whom she loved deeply, for almost 40 years after his death. If she hadn't enjoyed sex with him, she'd have been content to read books all that time, without complaining.

    Anyway, which part of the Bible tells us that sex is not about fun? What about all those patriarchs who went off with their handmaids? How did mankind go from Adam and Eve, two people, to more than six billion on earth today, if there wasn't something in this sex thing? Didn't God give sex to mankind, to procreate and be fruitful? It can't all have been done as a solemn duty.

    Humans were being born even before books were invented! Even when only a handful of people could read the handful of manuscripts available -- the rest of the population had to make do with going to bed (together) when the sun went down and getting up at dawn.

  6. Olivia4:45 AM

    He probably beats his wife so that he can purge the guilt of any pleasure he might have had. Because, of course, it is all the woman's fault. Seriously, more likely he molests children to prove to them how it isn't supposed to be fun.

    1. AJ Billings7:34 AM

      This guy is a 1st class Christian Ayatollah dishing out legalistic old testament horseshit and conflating it with flyover ultra-right politics of oppression.

      An old FAT guy that can't see his feet doesn't have any interest in sex because his cardiovascular health is so poor.

      Corsi and his "small government" idiots consistently think that fiscal sanity and balanced budgets somehow relate to forcing your religion on others by law.

      Their idea of state's rights is to remove every bit of cultural progress and kill the freedoms we've made in the last 200 years.

      " Virtue, belief in a higher call", is just dog whistle bullshit for insisting that ONLY YOU EVANGELICALS HAVE A MORAL COMPASS, and everyone else is a wretched immoral murdering bastard.

      I really hope someday you'll all move to Northern Idaho and start your lily white enclave of pure Christian racists.

      Real conservatives live and die by the Constitution of the USA, and not a damn bible

  7. I have read some incredibly good books. But.

    1. Anonymous6:48 AM

      Apparently, "reading" to this guy means sticking your penis between the pages. Either that, or he's been reading some of Lynn Cheney's old novels.

  8. Wait, what, sex ISN'T about fun? So what have I been doing for the last 50 years? OMG, if sex is only about procreation why do I only have one son after all that effort? Oh yeah, 'cause I only wanted one child, 'cause, you know, that's all I wanted. I'm not a baby machine. Except, that's the way The Tea Party sees women, right? Oh, puleeeeez.

  9. Anonymous5:27 AM

    This is also a veiled racist rant --

    Black people an other lesser humans are regarded by racists the world over as having unbridled sex, and also being ignorant, and uneducated. (The minority being accused of this varies from culture to culture. There always has to be someone the ruling class can look down on, to make themselves feel superior.)

    Thus -- stop enjoying sex and read a book, you subhuman heathens.

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  11. Anonymous6:10 AM

    LMFAO @ Captain Cock Blocker...

    I will bet anything he is a frequent consumer of online porn, just a sexually repressed, woman hating motherfucker.

    Virginia Voter

    1. Now, now, that's called "research."

  12. Anonymous6:12 AM

    My husband's comment on incredibly bitchy women: "Man, she needs to get laid. BAD." Any professional will tell you there are many physiological and psychological advantages to our bodies from having sex. If it's so horrible, why is it our strongest drive?

    1. Olivia7:39 AM

      Years ago, my 11 year old daughter had a teacher who was cranky and uptight about everything. She actually walked around with her shoulders scrunched up to her ears sometimes. My daughter whispered to me one day that she though the teacher was "sexually repressed".

  13. Anonymous6:29 AM

    Excuse me? Sex outside of matrimony is the best kind? It is idiots like YOU Gryphen, who hold tenets like this that make crappy husbands, as your (multiple?) failed marriages show. You stop treating your wife as a desirable woman, someone you are interested in, and WTF do you expect?

    1. You have absolutely nailed it, Anon. 6:29, but when did you ever mistake Gryphen for a sensitive, self reflecting guy?

    2. Anonymous6:50 AM

      Relax. Gryphen is telling a little joke.

    3. Anonymous8:19 AM

      I was hoping he meant pre-marital sex...

    4. Anonymous8:22 AM

      Well this patsor is telling people to NEVER treat their wives as desirable women. As for sex outside of marriage it is the same as sex within a marriage.

    5. Anonymous10:01 AM

      There have been a few times, Lynne. But them he comes out with unthinking bullshit like that statement.

    6. Anonymous12:23 PM

      I didn't realize you were privy to the reason Gryphen and his wife split up. Gryphen stopped treating her as desirable? Is that true, Gryphen. It that one of you "tenets?"

      Lighten up people. It was a joke! And one that could be told by women as well as men, I might add.

  14. This is probably another version of "little dick syndrome", and his wife hates having sex with him, so he's bitter. Pretty pathetic if you ask me.

    1. Anonymous7:39 AM

      Totally agree with you, Lynne. A typical white-chubby faced Republican that appears to be sexually frustrated.

      Thank god for 'fun' sex!!!

    2. Anonymous8:23 AM

      He's been married TWICE( I thought divorce was bad, according to the bible) and he only has one child from 2 marriages.

  15. Chenagrrl6:40 AM

    There is a Colonial autobiography by a man named Byrd or Bird who included a wonderful passage about the delights of bundling his wife on the billiards table. No fun, mah foot! Perhaps the know-nothing-and-proud-of-it Corsi thinks bundling refers to the man's wife folding laundry. As the great-granddaughter of a man whose mother's husband died two years before his birth, I suspect strongly that at least one of the partners, maybe both, had "fun."

  16. Anonymous6:43 AM

    G., don't knock fidelity in marriage or in relationships. Loyalty and faithfulness are a good thing; treating others as we would want to be treated applies here too.

    Being unfaithful hurts the partner, the whole gamut. It doesn't make the world go round. Love is not just about 'doing', it's also about 'not doing', to someone that will be forever hurt and feel betrayed. If people can't control their impulses, the whole culture implodes - and we wonder why so many young kids are so angry.

  17. Anonymous6:46 AM

    Bristol and Willow never have sex for fun.

    They have sex to get free wine coolers and Taco Bell chalupas.

    1. Both those skanky skanks claimed they chose life.

      No they chose dick

  18. Anonymous7:22 AM

    He must be doing it wrong.

    Or maybe it's just not fun with women. He might need to branch out, because it should be fun.

  19. Anonymous7:42 AM

    If he wasn't such an asshole I'd almost feel sorry for him. And it goes without saying that his wife has probably found a "friend with benefits" by now.

  20. Anonymous8:14 AM

    The holy Mr. Corsi sounds pretty defensive to me.

    Looking at that picture, I have no doubt that his wife wants as little to do with him as possible. He's not an attractive man, inside or out. Therefore, he resorts to claiming that sex for procreation is the only permitted kind. Since I assume his wife is long past childbearing years, it's a great excuse as to why she won't touch him with a ten foot pole.

    Like the little kid who didn't get the cookie he wanted and says, "Well I didn't WANT that rotten cookie anyway!"

    1. Anonymous10:12 AM

    2. Anonymous10:46 AM

      The trail:

      Hmmm.... A ferriner blond. Have to wonder if somebody needed a green card?

      Now, googling Moni Mel - they've been around since the 80's, but absolutely no reviews? Does anyone else find this a bit hard to believe? A maid service with no reviews? C'mon, good or bad there should be reviews. I think I smell halibut.

  21. Anonymous8:23 AM

    I hate to say it, but he kind of looks like Tripp Palin Johnston in this picture.

    1. Anonymous1:37 PM

      I thought the same thing!

  22. Anonymous9:09 AM

    Corsi is the one, btw, pushing the "Obama's gay" thing:

    Seems kind of obsessed with the theory that our president is gay, if you ask me. Might explain why he thinks sex isn't fun and why he only has one kid...

    1. Anonymous11:04 AM

      Well,either that daughter Corsi had w/ Monica had a sex change, or this is her son from a past marriage/fun sex? Andrew Stettner - or is it her brother and Monica is @ 20 years younger than old Jerome?

  23. Anonymous9:31 AM

    The worst aspect of such thinking as this fools, is that the church roots on the all out EVIL of worshiping only the "god" who is represented by this symbol:


  24. honeybabe9:32 AM

    so fearless leader says sex is work to take all the fun out of it? i am not THAT old!

  25. LisaB25959:48 AM

    I have no doubt sex has always been fun for men, but I think it's only recently that women have had the freedom to have sex for fun.

    Nothing like a pregnancy every year to make sex seem less than fun. The toll on the body, the very real threat of death during childbirth. Even if one did have fun, then the endless waiting for your period. Of course, being "damaged goods" could also ruin your life prospects.

    I'm not sure how "fun" sex was for women before the birth control. Such fun always came at a higher price than it did for men.

    1. Anonymous10:21 AM

      Good points!

    2. Olivia10:36 AM

      That's why the fundy religions and the Catholic church want to remove access to birth control, women must be controlled. I'm surprised female circumcision hasn't caught on with them. I remember a lot of controversy in the past about pain relief in childbirth because the Bible said that women were supposed to suffer or some hogwash like that.

    3. Recently? Probaby for you. I think the sixties and birth control changed things.

      There is more to sex besides intercourse

    4. Anonymous5:24 PM

      @game of life
      sometimes sex is just sex, nothing wrong with that as long as it's 2 consenting adults, sometimes it's more. But, even in a marriage, sometimes sex is just sex.

    5. Anonymous6:31 PM

      Even back when Lisa, some women and men lived past procreative age, and yes, likely found that it was fun.

    6. Anonymous9:24 PM

      So true, sex was fraught with possible pain and even death. Thank goodness biology is not destiny for a lot of women in this age. I fight every day for it to remain so.

  26. Anonymous11:41 AM

    Don't these old pricks ever think about anything else?

  27. Anonymous1:34 PM

    What in the world happened to this man to have become so badly twisted about sex? I often wonder if some men had bad experiences (molestation etc. ... ) that make them as emotionally damaged as women who have been molested, raped etc. Women are more vocal and compassionate toward women who have experienced these atrocities, but maybe men who don’t seek help end up like this man.

    1. Anonymous5:03 PM

      They are either extremely repressed or big fat liars. The scary thing is that other people actually listen to them.

    2. Anonymous5:25 PM

      I think the man is a repressed closeted gay that hates the women that he supposed to have sex with.

    3. Anonymous7:24 PM

      anon@525p: great minds and all that, haha

  28. Anonymous5:34 PM

    One word explains so much: latency

  29. Anita Winecooler6:17 PM

    He's just not "spongeworthy". I wonder if Jerome ever closes his eyes and imagines his parents going to church to pray before they come home, lock the bedroom door, and have purely procreational, no fun whatsoever unbridled crazy mad love? The kind that curls your toes but doesn't result in a fetus. Would he stone them or just point and laugh?

    What I'd really like to know is where did this "God" myth about the virtuous founding fathers come from?

  30. Anonymous2:25 AM

    He looks like an old Sam Kennison.. same eyes, same expression. Sam started out as a Bible thumper.. maybe there's something to that reincarnation deal.


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