So if Houston’s mayor wasn’t overweight we’d have cured Ebola?

The Left has been despicable on politicizing the Ebola situation and pretending that the mean old Republicans didn’t give them enough money.  But their budget increased over the years and their list of wasteful projects is long.  In the business world you get laughed at and then fired if you waste money on silly things and don’t spend it on your most important projects.  Via Lesbians Got All the Ebola Dollars, But Blame the GOP:

Democrats have rushed out of the gate with an attack ad against Republicans claiming if only we had spent more money, we would be able to solve the Ebola situation.

It’s a defensive ad that reeks of desperation. At a time when more and more Americans, including millennials, are concluding government just doesn’t work, it probably won’t be effective. And Republicans can respond in kind.

For example, instead of studying Ebola, the National Institutes of Health were studying the propensity of lesbians to be fat.

Then there was the money for a study on wives who calm down quickly.

And the Centers for Disease Control spent its budget on gun violence studies on order of the President as part of his agenda to curtail the second amendment.

The CDC also spent its money to survey what bus riders thought of HIV videos.

The fat lesbian thing is particularly galling, especially in light of Houston’s own fat lesbian mayor trampling religious freedoms and trying to intimidate pastors.  Those of you who are long time readers know that I never make fun of the appearance of others (really, read all 3,000+ posts).

But I could have saved the NIH a lot of money. Lesbians aren’t fat because they are lesbians, they are sometimes lesbians because they are fat.  Remember, people go LGBTQX for many reasons: Plain old rebellion, sexual abuse and bad relationships.  But it is sometimes from an inability to connect with the opposite sex — at least at the level they think they deserve.  I’ve known guys who were hetero but kept aiming too high (sorry, it is a fact that 8’s generally don’t date 5’s . . . ask Ron Swanson). Then they decided that they were totally gay and that was the reason.  Uh, sure.

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7 thoughts on “So if Houston’s mayor wasn’t overweight we’d have cured Ebola?”

  1. I am continually disappointed by the mean name calling going on on this “Christian” news magazine. Christian’s should be setting the example for civil talk and discussion WITHOUT resorting to name calling and nasty commentary about people and ideas that you oppose. I am a Christian and I find it counter productive, insulting and feeding the stereotype that Christians are hate mongers. When so called Christians are nothing more than foul mouthed, nasty and bully-ish it is a disgrace to the cause of Christ and down right sinful.


      1. Yes, I do think homosexuality is a sin. I read a lot of the comments in the comments sections of the articles from this site and there are often foul comments. I do not come from America, so we use the word foul to mean offensive….I think in America it might mean a cuss word. So no, there were no cuss words in the post in question, but for some reason it is just fine to call people fat and to accuse someone of being a lesbian because they are fat and cannot get a guy because she is ‘fat’…it is offensive to me to call someone fat and it is REALLY offensive to say that if a woman is ‘fat’ she probably can’t get a guy and therefore will probably be a lesbian. That sound pretty darned (foul language) misogynistic to me.


      2. Thanks for the clarification. I stand by my words. And my examples were clear that they apply to men as well, so I’m not sure where you came up with the misogyny claim.

        Your issue should be with our foolish gov’t that is wasting money trying to find out why lesbians are fat.

        I’m glad you agree that homosexual behavior is a sin.

        Thanks for reading and commenting! All the best to you.


      3. You think that is something you should read the out right racist comments about blacks it’s like reading the notes from a Klan rally. And it is that hatefulness that alot of people find off putting about conservatives, they claim to be like Christ but sometime it’s really hard to tell.


      4. Oh so, so sorry. I don’t doubt what you are saying at all. In fact, have read those types of comments. It is very, very heart breaking to me to read comments and articles that are written by people calling themselves Christians, but their words are filled with hatred and death. Paul says “how can blessing and cursing come out of the same mouth!!”….he was just as appalled by the hypocrisy of our human state. I would say that not only is it off putting as you stated, but I would go further and say that this type of hypocrisy is first and fore most in turning people completely away from Christ. I also believe there is an arrogance that is attached to that attitude and a self delusion that somehow Christ thinks it ok…not realizing that a persons spiritual destruction will be held to our account in the end according to God’s word.


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