Monday, February 8, 2016

NOM Follies: Seriously Brian - Who writes this crap?


Monday and NOM Staff (“NS”) have – or has – written: “Chuck Todd Embodies Rank Media Bias” at National Organization for Marriage's blog. A later version claims Brian Brown as the author. But it gets better. Bear with me. First NS says that Marco is the media's pick for the GOP nomination (I did not know that the media had a pick):
There should be no doubt who the media wants to pick as the Republican nominee – Marco Rubio.

Then NS is critical of the media for criticizing Marco Rubio:
This morning on the Today Show, NBC’s top political correspondent, Chuck Todd, criticized Sen. Rubio’s debate performance and went so far as to say that had Rubio done better in the debate he would have wrapped up the Republican nomination!
Does NS not realize:
  1. This is contradictory and;
  2. Chuck Todd does not speak for the media and;
  3. Chuck Todd doesn't even speak for NBC. He speaks for Chuck Todd?
Add in the fact that NOM has endorsed Ted Cruz and this all becomes a head scratcher.  Or is the problem that Todd posited that Rubio could have wrapped up the who thing? Well, he didn't. So what is the point?

Later on:
The amazing thing is that Todd no doubt thinks he can get away with declaring Rubio to be on the threshold of securing the Republican nomination because the media has picked the last several Republican nominees. This is at the heart of the grassroots revolt occurring now in the Republican party. They want candidates to stand for true conservative principles and demonstrate the willingness to back them up with action.
NS is correct. It's all part of the one-world-order conspiracy led by radical homosexual activists. McCain, Romney and their subsequent losses are the homosexual media's fault? Who the hell was responsible for picking the utterly incompetent Sarah Palin? The media? Did the media convince John McCain that Palin has a three-digit IQ? And who the hell told Romney to make that idiotic 47% comment in public? The media through advanced electronic mind meld? Meanwhile, in 2012, NOM was for Santorum who would have gotten, as Trump would say, schlonged.
This is why NOM endorsed Sen. Ted Cruz. He is not only right on the issues, he’s signed our pledge committing himself to take specific actions in support of marriage and religious liberty – and Cruz has already led by sponsoring the marriage amendment to restore the right of states to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
We will probably never know how seriously Cruz takes that marriage pledge and that amendment is going nowhere — ever. Mr. Cruz's stated policy on any issue seems to be based on who he is standing next to.

Are you ready for the NOM punchline?

That's right. If you give money to NOM, they are going to … Come to think of it, I haven't the vaguest idea what the fuck they are going to do. About the only thing these wizard do do is to ask for money to do …

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