The Clintons As A Couple

The Clintons, Bill and Hillary, are as a couple quite amazing. Most people boggle at the fact that they are still a couple after all that has happened.

Two Of A Kind
The Clintons – Two Of A Kind

But the thing is is that the Clintons are the perfect couple – perfect for each other at least. They’re two peas in a pod, both unrepentant cheaters. All that differs between them is how they cheat.

Setting The Record Straight
The Clintons – Setting The Record Straight

They even handle being caught in their various wrongdoings the same way, with predictably similar results. Truly, they’re a match made in Gehenna and, as such, it’s no shock that they’ve cleaved to each other.

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Here, Be Offended

Sometimes – a lot of times these days – you find an image on the web that resonates with you but that you just know will offended many others. The image below, as I recently discovered, is one such and one that will apparently “trigger” some people.

Here, be offended. You know you crave itHere, Be Offended

And no, that not me and that’s not one of my wives. It could as well be though and that seems to be offensive to certain sorts, though not the ones that might first come to mind.

Yes, a female – an oh-so-lily-White Feminist and Liberal – actually was offended by my being with a Black woman. According to her, White men shouldn’t date or marry Black women because we’re at the “top rung of the Patriarchy” and the “inherent power dynamic” of such a relationship was wrong, sexist, and racist. 😯

As you might guess, I was rather shocked and a bit offended myself. One, few people, with the exceptions of my wives, will call me out on anything, especially my choices of mates and/or lifestyle. Two, the very idea that a Black woman couldn’t be an equal – perhaps even dominant – partner in a relationship with a White man was something I was shocked to hear voiced in this day and age.

Truly though, as I look at it more, I shouldn’t have been shocked at all. Feminists are some of the worst sorts of sexual perverts and this female did was voice of racially tinged version of that perversion.

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Law: A Queer Thing Now

So right now there’s a lot of discussion and spewing of hatred over the SCOTUS’ decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which now demands that all 50 States allow Queers to marry under the law. Most of the hate being spewed is, unsurprisingly, coming from the Liberals and Progressives and is both an orgy of gloating and implied threat of persecution – persecution now more likely after Obergefell.

In all truth, I’m rather ambivalent about this ruling from the SCOTUS. I’ve read the decision and it seems a solid and well-founded piece of law overall, but with one glaring problem – Judicial Tyranny over the States and the unintended negative consequences that bit of overreach may very well engender.

Queer Judicial Tyranny
The Law Seems A Queer Things These Days

While I have exactly zero issues with the idea of queers being able to marry and have always been an opponent and detractor of DOMA I firmly believe that the SCOTUS’ hearing of this case and rendering such a broad opinion is contrary to best interests of the nation and flies directly in face of previous SCOTUS rulings – utterly ignored by Justice Kennedy and the four Liberals on the Court – that unequivocally stated in Hisquierdo v. Hisquierdo that all laws pertaining to marriage are the purview of the several States and not the Federal Government.

Insofar as marriage is within temporal control, the States lay on the guiding hand.

“The whole subject of the domestic relations of husband and wife, parent and child, belongs to the laws of the States, and not to the laws of the United States.

Indeed, I’m displeased by Obergefell for exactly the same reason as I was against DOMA. Marriage law has historically been a province of state law in the United States and it should stay as such. While the Supremacy Clause does allow the SCOTUS to do what they’ve done – it’s perfectly valid under Constitutional Law – one should not do something merely because one can or one feels for some person or group of persons.

And yes, this is what Justice Kennedy did. He ignored history and the long-standing weight thereof, previous SCOTUS rulings, and the negative impacts of the legal precedent this sets so as to lend aid and comfort to a group he favors – homosexuals. Remember always that Justice Kennedy is the one who through judicial action effectively legalized sodomy in America with his opinion on Lawrence v. Texas.

So, to all the queers out there – I’m honestly happy for you but I shudder to think of the damage you’ve caused the nation by how you’ve gotten what you felt you deserved.

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