Now that Andrew Schlafly has fully endorsed fellow Conservapedia sysop and resident fuck-head Ken Demyer’s kindergarten-esque “people we don’t like are fat! Hyuk! Hyuk!” debating style, we can expect Conservapedia’s main “news” page to degenerate even further.
It’s sad that these mental midgets can’t find it in themselves to either debate the facts, or even congratulate Michelle Obama on her initiative to try and combat the rampant obesity currently plaguing the U.S. – made even more ironic by the fact that the fattest states in the US are also the most Republican, religious, teabagger-friendly, birther-centric and generally wing-nut states in the country: Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee (home of Conservapedia sysop Brian Macdonald and his own rather tubby family), West Virginia and Louisiana. Ironically the thinnest states appear to be predominantly Democrat strongholds. Then again, given the bile that flows through Schlafly’s blood, it’s hardly surprising that he’s incapable of seeing any good come out of the current White House.
But if you were to believe Schlafly and Demyer, then the only over-weight people around are atheists, liberals and people appointed to the Obama administration. You see, if they had their way, Schlafly wouldn’t just discriminate against the gays and non-Christians… oh, and women of course. No, he’d actively discriminate against fat people too.
Because that’s the kind of prick he is.
You see, when people are being described not on their job description, but on their physical description, then you know this has gone way beyond party political differences. It’s veered off into “neener-neener-wah-wah” land, mocking people and attempting to discredit them, based on their looks. First it was Katherine Archuleta, who was referred to as being overweight and “lacking machismo” – the latter once again showing a magnificent lack of understanding about the meaning of the word – now the surgeon general, Regina M. Benjamin, is described as the “overweight surgeon general.” That’s her alongside – I’ll let you decide if the “overweight” tag is justified or not. The fact remains that she is capable of performing her job – but for Schlafly the fact that she is overweight means that she shouldn’t be given the post.
However, it’s also worth noting that Schlafly – and by default his little lick-spittle Demyer – apply the overweight – and thus unsuitable – tag to two non-Caucasian women. Add to this his hatred for Obama, whom he calls the “Affirmative Action” President. This grudge goes back to Harvard Law Review days, and is a clear indication that Schlafly feels that the black Obama did not deserve to be in Harvard, and certainly didn’t deserve to deny him his place as HLR President.
Now given Schlafly’s apparent dislike of, and condescending tone towards, overweight people, it might come as a surprise that Schlafly voted for the Republican Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie. That’s the tub o’ lard on the left.
Now what qualities can this lardass possibly have that makes him worthy of Schlafly’s vote, instead of his childish derision? Besides being white, male and Republican that is?
Seeing as Schlafly and Demyer are so fond applying labels to people, I think I’m going to start doing the same from now on – “Racist Bigot Andrew Schlafly” has a nice ring to it.