I laughed a bit when I saw that State Senate Candidate Tyler Mott had the slogan “People Not Politics” emblazoned on his signs, as if to imply that he’ll set politics aside to get to that near-mythic “common good that we all agree on.” Yes, because he’s non-partisan or post-partisan or something…and civil…yes…civil discourse. Very important.
If you don’t know, they are a group of RINOs – Republicans-In-Name-Only’s – who want to destroy America. Some of the members of that group are worse than others. Almost all of their members are worse than Democrats. They are not the only RINOs in Congress, but they are the ones who are most open and happiest about being RINOs. McCain, of course, is a member. And so is that f*ing bastard Jim Kolbe. My only hope is that Kolbe goes to jail sometime soon and becomes someone’s you-know-what. I know that he always hit on the 18 year-old incoming freshmen guys in the UA College Republicans, but I’d be surprised if a sick freak like him actually has any lines that he wouldn’t cross.
That’s from Mott’s MySpace blog. Yep, it’s still up. You can find all sorts of fun stuff, like the tyranny of traffic cops and his dislike of Bond films that he regards as “homoerotic.”
(By the way, he called the movie Alexander the Great “Alexander the Gay.” Probably because he puts people before politics, unless they sleep with the wrong people.)
Oh yeah, and another by the way, our boy Mott thinks sexual assault is funny:
Man busted for impersonating doctor while offering door-to-door breast exams
I heard about this one from Danielle who found this on Drudge.
I apologize in advance because I’m sure this will offend some of you. I do find this story to be quite amusing. It reminds me of that guy who tricked a few women a couple years back with his facial cream testing ads and then blindfolded them while testing this “new facial creme” on them.
I’m still trying to decide whether or not what this guy did was or should be illegal. I know that it is illegal to impersonate a doctor, but he was charged with sexual assault. It sounds so far that the only thing he may have done wrong in this regard was convince stupid women into willingly showing their breasts and then letting him examine them. Now, if that’s a crime, then I’m sure that many more men should be going to jail today for assault or attempted assault, since it is the life goal of many men to convince stupid women to show their breasts. Then when they reach this summit in their lives, they usually require a bunch of high-fives from their equally simple friends.
In regard to this guy impersonating a doctor, I’m sure nobody has ever lied before about what they did for a living in order to insure for themselves a higher probability of having a romantic encounter. If that is now a crime, every guy who didn’t fall in the first category will now be going to jail for this one instead.
Wow, I can’t imagine why Tyler would think some of us would think this is offensive. And, dude, if you think tricking a woman into letting you feel her up is a “romantic encounter,” you have some serious, serious issues.