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Obama is a Fool
12.29.08 (3:08 am)   [edit]
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This is an audio version of my letter to the editor, sent to
many newspapers across the United States.

Locally, I posted to various gay rags (such as the Bay Area Reporter,
and the S.F. Bay Times) and other newspapers here in the San Francisco
Bay Area, such as the East Bay Express, The S.F. Chronicle,
and the S.F. Bay Guardian. Spread the word!

No queer pickaninnies in our cabinet!


posted by: soulsought (reply)
post date: 12.29.08 (2:21 pm)

Politics is a funny business. LBJ turned out in later years to be a liberal and a giver with the Great Society programs. However, back in '49 when running for Congress, he couldn't have gotten anywhere in his region of South Texas unless he played the stingey conservative card. But even then, he had long been an admirer of FDR and his programs, and eventually came through on his principles.

Now we have the big O. Have we given him his first 100 days yet? Even that only reflects by in large a single quarter. A lot of people are pulling his chain and he has to tell them all to take a number. Some of the ones barking the loudest and in one of the biggest percentage interests are blacks accusing him of being a sell-out, an Uncle Tom, and a hay-ouse bohy (house boy). We need to be aware that Zionists will accuse him of being soft on Palestine. In short, bigger dogs are barking down his throat.

It's just a matter of time before Representative Barney Frank pushes the gay envelope at him. His seeking Christian backing I don't see as necessarily placating or kissing up to retarded white fundamentalists (who supported McCain) as much as a "move to block" as in tic-tac-toe or Hollywood Squares.

Human rights issues are important, but he's first got to address the economy, start up some public works projects, bring troops home from Baghdad. The pubilc sector moves very slowly. I reminded my 74 year old lawyer, expediting some monies I need, that my co-beneficiary aunt is almost 88 and may croak before that damned thing comes through. He said he was right behind her.

posted by: zekeblog (reply)
post date: 12.29.08 (6:17 pm)

Nope, it's Gay Rights First, and Everyone Else Next. No way around this; I am simply stating the obvious as I learn better how life manifests its lessons through human fable..er..foible. I am only speaking what they tell me to speak. And they tell me to speak about the future as they transmit their images into my mind...this IS telepathy.

This is an UNCHANGEABLE and UNMOLESTED Karmic Law: that before Mother Nature bats last, gays bat last. Homophobia has been destined by God--not by my own fantasies born of frustration over reality--to be THE litmus test above all others, whether one's soul is redeemable.

Or not.

We will KNOW our enemies by their spirit; their crimes will stand out like the Jolly Green Giant's sore thumb! (There, see? And you thought I was gonna lead to some phallic metaphor. I am SO over stereotypical expections of gays, by straights. And appeasing them--as the Mayan common folk had to appease their varied and plentiful gods, kings, and nobilities including priests--is the most effective way to have SOME semblance of a real life...you know, the kind that heteros have been taking for granted for, oh, how many years? 1,000? 2,000?

But a new age is upon us and guess what folks: it's ONLY for gay people. NOT the other way around. And we now have a good idea of how VIOLENT hetero Amerikans can be, when prodded for their perpetuation of LGBT persecution. So I promise my queer sisters, my queer brothers:

For every drop of blood they take of MY brave gay soldiers, I'll take ten of THEIRS!

posted by: soulsought (reply)
post date: 12.29.08 (11:12 pm)

Chelsea and Bonni in L.A. are very upset since their marriage with Obama's pandering to Rick Warren; however Barack took a bad rap for being associated with Farrahkan, and the Warren hosting of the inaugural event is likely a token bone antidote to this. I'm still hopeful it's nothing more. Rick Warren says he's empathetic to the homeless, the poor, and those who are infirmed including AIDS patients.

Google says Rick Warren comes from San Jose, is four months my junior, and first preached as a guest speaker at the Jack Tar Hotel back during our Andy's Donuts days. His preaching now is in Southern California.

I was looking through the Chronicle online at the bank-stalled building projects in Castro Village. The money gays are more concerned with building rent-gouging structures for their favored few rather than developing realistic rentals for the 65 to 70% of lower to middle income gays in need of decent housing. Like Sanchez & Market. Oh, God knows, I don't miss it.

posted by: soulsought (reply)
post date: 12.29.08 (11:24 pm)

references in the last post - the "Jack Tar Hotel" burned down not long after Warren preached there, at Post and Van Ness. It's now the rebuilt "Cathedral Hill Hotel". To others reading, the "Andy's Donuts days" were the mid seventies. It's been a long time.

As to Rick Warren, whom I never heard of until today and a little web research; being my age I realize he's super-freaked by his little childhood farm town of apple orchards turning into a beehive of computer factory cubicles, and old dear friends being priced out of the area, having to move to Timbuktu as their home neighborhoods are bought and sold like a ripped rug right out from under them.

Sound familiar? A lot of quality spiritual gays and bohemians suffered the same fate due to the same fascist almighty real estate speculative dollar. I'm actually happy the real estate market is taking a kick in the head. It means those fascist upper Market Street developers can't get financing. They may wind up jumping from the bridge.

posted by: zeleblog (reply)
post date: 12.29.08 (11:40 pm)

Since when has any homophobe ever changed its colors? Round 'em up and slaughter 'em first, else they'll slaughter us! I am protected, so not worried for my own life, I'll just step aside during the Blood Bath of 2009, enjoying my underground railroad life, meeting all kinds of great folks who are dedicated to my dreams. I have an army amassing greater than 10 million, at least 10% of which are expert hackers.

posted by: MarkTwain (reply)
post date: 01.21.09 (8:42 am)

Your letter to the BAR and Bay Guardian, although noble and correct in its anti-homophobia sentiments, actually embodies the same bigotry and exclusivity of Rick Warren.


You mention only "ministers, preachers, reverends, and priests" as the possible speakers at Obama's inauguration. Why limit the choice to Christians? Why not an imam? Why not a rabbi? Why must we assume that Christians should give both the invocation and benediction? That reeks of the same anti-minority prejudice of which you accuse Obama.

You, of all people, should know better!

posted by: zekeblog (reply)
post date: 01.21.09 (5:06 pm)

I was speaking in the context of assuming that, even if our gov't insisted in limiting its inauguration to Xian speakers, they could have done a heck of a lot better. What you bring up deserves another topic, and would only serve to muddy my point in this particular matter.

Otherwise, I agree that we should have an expanded representation to include imams, rabbis, and the like. You misconstrued my point, then jumped the gun by accusing me of prejudice. After all, by your reasoning, I could have misconstrued your own rebuttal as prejudicial, considering how you excluded atheists, agnostics and pagans!

posted by: MarkTwain (reply)
post date: 01.27.09 (9:18 am)

Sorry, but it was not at all clear that you were assuming that "our gov't insisted on limiting its inauguration to Xian speakers." If you had assumed that, your letters to the papers would have said that. Your writing is as sloppy as your thinking!

"Imam" and "rabbi" were only two examples that I provided. I excluded nobody. You excluded by omission.

posted by: zekeblog (reply)
post date: 01.28.09 (12:24 am)

Aha, I see, but of course. Go ahead, assume that YOUR omission should be taken for granted, while MINE should not. Your thinking is as sloppy as your writing. Hey, sounds like you need a good boinking, and I'm just the man to do it.

posted by: fred mertse (reply)
post date: 04.01.09 (8:19 am)

All of you fellows, whether you like it or not, are only a small minority and thus are at the end of the line. You may try to make yourselves believe that how many of you behave is the norm, but in fact is considered to be desgusting by the majority.

posted by: zekeblog (reply)
post date: 04.01.09 (2:29 pm)

fred mertse: You are the typical, ignorant, illiterate hetero, IWO: a curse on humanity. Enjoy your arrogance while it lasts, your unhappy life is my victory.

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