Sunday, November 15, 2015

And just when I thought I could not be more of a fan.

Courtesy of CNS News: 

In an interview for the December edition of Vogue, the subject of Kim Davis came up. Davis is the Kentucky county cleark who went to jail for refusing to sign wedding licenses for gay couples. 

Lawrence's reaction is described by Vogue writer Jonathan Van Meter: 

The day I am at Lawrence’s house also happens to be the day after the infamous county clerk Kim Davis gets out of jail, where she had been sent for defying a court order requiring her to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Lawrence brings it up, calling her that “lady who makes me embarrassed to be from Kentucky.” Kim Davis? “Don’t even say her name in this house,” she shoots back, and then goes into a rant about “all those people holding their crucifixes, which may as well be pitchforks, thinking they’re fighting the good fight. I grew up in Kentucky. I know how they are.” 

There is a rabble-rousing spirit in Lawrence that gets stirred up when certain subjects are broached. “I was raised a Republican,” she says, “but I just can’t imagine supporting a party that doesn’t support women’s basic rights. It’s 2015 and gay people can get married and we think that we’ve come so far, so, yay! But have we? I don’t want to stay quiet about that stuff.” It is not that big of a stretch to imagine her becoming a modern-day Jane Fonda, whom she deeply admires.

Well guess who has just been convinced to buy a ticket to the next Hunger Games movie. 

Boy do I love that crucifix and pitchfork comparison.

Essentially we have our own Christians trying to establish a Caliphate in this country and it is high time that people started saying that in public.

And clearly this young woman is not afraid to do so.


  1. Anonymous4:23 AM

    Fox 'News' is already denouncing Lawrence. Shocking!

    1. Anonymous9:05 AM

      Tough shit, Fox.
      Keep hiring bobble head blondes.

    2. They're jealous. Democrats always get the cool, relevant celebrities. They get Sarah and Barstool.

  2. Anonymous4:43 AM

    Well, Kim Davis did fight very hard for a woman's right to not do her job yet still get paid eighty grand a year, so there's that.

    1. Our Lad6:47 AM

      Haw! Good one.

    2. Anonymous3:28 PM

      I'm not convinced, nor do I want to see proof, but I don't think Kim is a real woman, something tells me she's got hackeysacks and balls between her legs.

  3. Anonymous4:55 AM

    I saw something yesterday about 'imagine the outrage if Davis had denied someone a gun carrying permit.' Yeah. Can you imagine? So, if a clerk denied people gun permits because of the clerk's religious beliefs, do you think Fox News would glorify and call the clerk a hero???

    1. Anonymous5:55 AM

      That is a very good analogy.

    2. Anonymous10:50 AM

      This is somewhat related, or not, what if a person had to drive 30, 60 or more miles to buy one bullet? It's kind of like Texas getting rid of PP clinics.

  4. Damned beautiful mind, this lady has.
    Damned easy on the eye, to boot.

  5. Anonymous6:13 AM

    Speaking of gays, a dear friend of mine who is gay just posted this:

    Slut: It's a term used by sexually repressed to describe the sexually free.
    The REAL definition is:
    A person of any gender who has the courage to live life according to the radical proposition that sex is nice and pleasure is good for you.
    Personally, I believe the term slut and related words were used to control and demean women. Since only women weren't allowed to express natural urges without condemnation.

    I've never taken people who hatefully call another person slutty, promiscuous, or a tramp seriously.

    1. Anonymous6:25 AM

      Great post. I agree that it is used to degrade women, mostly. Including Bristol.

    2. Anonymous8:09 AM

      Bristol's "sluttiness" has never been a factor for me. Let her live however she pleases. Just don't preach, hypocrite!

    3. Anonymous9:02 AM

      What I've been saying all along, 8:09 AM. The outright hypocrisy of that bunch, and how Nancy French can pen a blog in Bristol's name when she epitomizes none of what French writes is mind boggling. And they wonder why they're made fun of??

    4. 656am, you once again miss the point. People mock bristol for her hypocrisy and the fact that she made a lot of money for her hypocrisy.

    5. Anonymous10:04 AM

      The Palin's pay Nancy French to write things attributing then to Bristol, I believe, in an attempt to deflect attention away from the fact that Bristol is again pregnant and not married. If 'Bristol' posts things that are current and newsy, people will think she knows current events, reads, has an interest in political stuff, etc., etc. that she's not just some slutty brainless young woman who can't keep her legs together. Which we all know is the real Bristol!

  6. Anonymous6:26 AM

    The vipers at Fox didn't take well to ol' Jenn...

  7. Anonymous7:20 AM

    O/T Palin transcript on CBS Sunday Morning

    1. Anonymous7:55 AM

      "What a shame! How could you devote time on your great show to this talentless woman whose influence has been so divisive?"

      This was a comment that was left!!! Too funny and too true.

  8. Anonymous7:35 AM

    What is the diff? Christians trying to establish a Caliphate?

  9. Anonymous8:20 AM

    “all those people holding their crucifixes, which may as well be pitchforks, thinking they’re fighting the good fight. "
    Any given day at c4p.
    Those people put the "ass" in nasty.

  10. lwtjb8:51 AM

    Nobody mentions the Equal Rights Amendment to the Constitution. It died for lack of action by enough states to ratify. Much of the opposition came from women. What about that?

  11. Well, she *is* the Mockingjay.

    I'm going to a double feature Wed. night. Mockingjay pt 1 & 2. Been excited about it for months.


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