Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Somebody may need to explain the birds and the bees to someone

Yeah, men and women will never be married again...you bet.

Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum said on Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" this week that he thinks same-sex marriage discourages marriage between a man and a woman.
"Would we be discouraging heterosexual marriage by allowing gay marriage?" Bill O'Reilly asked Santorum.

"Yeah, I believe we would," Santorum replied.


Montag said...

Ol' Frothy seems not to have gotten the message: no one believes you.

Except for Bill O'Really, which sort of proves just how idiotic Frothy is.

Anonymous said...

these pinheads don't even attempt to think before they speak do they? and the masses of mooches who listen to em sure as hell don't bother to!

we're too dumb as a species to survive ourselves apparently!


Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, in a galaxy far, far away:

“The whole purpose of marriage is to have a family. It’s not about making people happy. It’s not about love.” - Catholic League President Bill Donohue, representing a religion based on surrogate birth.

Got it. It's all about the phucking.

Anonymous said...

I never watch Fux Gnus.

Frothy bring his Fetus In A Jar?

Did Billo discuss his failed marriage and his failed attempt to have sex with once-staffer Andrea Mackris?

Yastreblyansky said...

Santorum is so right, though. What guy would marry some icky girl if he could get married to another guy? Not Rick!

P J said...

Billo is bi-curious. Santorum is just curious.

Sharon said...

I know I never would have gotten married 26 years ago if gay people could have gotten married then.

I mean...what would be the point?

(I don't want to speculate what's in Rick S's mind. It's nasty in there.)

pansypoo said...

the wedding industrial complex would never let that happen.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a certain ex-Senator is a little wobbly sexual-orientation-wise

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a certain ex-Senator is a little wobbly sexual-orientation-wise

jp said...

I'm not surprised. Dude trips my gaydar.