Tuesday, October 18

Change of pace...


Yesterday's post left Blue Gal and some readers feeling pensive. She thought she'd post more of the same this morning, but then this came across the screen:

From the October 11 broadcast of American Family Radio's Today's Issues:

CALLER: I just wanted to make a comment that you really, really, really have to watch what you are watching on TV. I have come upon evidence of homosexuality and lesbian people on programs like HGTV and Animal Planet, where you really don't expect this to be an issue.

WILDMON: Right. You're very perceptive, [caller], because that does happen, even in the most innocent of places. You have to watch out for children's programs today as well because they'll slip it in there as well.

Course we all know 'bout SpongeBob and Patrick being lovers. Interesting how Focus on the Family zeroed in on that factoid while completely ignoring that the entire premise of SpongeBob is

crabby patties
cooked at Krusty Krab
in Bikini Bottom

The blatant fact that the entire show is one big gynecological joke goes right over the, ahem, head, of Dobson and company.

While we're on the subject of, um, "homosexuals and lesbian people" [nice diction there, caller] Blue Gal wants to give a loving shout out to Barney Frank, who used ta be her own self's congressman back so long ago when Blue Gal even shook the hand of Barney's sainted mother (she was a DOLL too, for real).

Responding to reports that [allegedly gay Congressman David] Dreier was nixed [as Tom DeLay's replacement] because he was a moderate, openly gay congressman Barney Frank (D-MA) remarked, “Yes, in the sense that I marched in the moderate pride parade last summer and went to a moderate bar.” hat tip: Raw Story

Guess we leftys still have a lot to laugh about if we stick to promoting the homosexual agenda. (love ya, Intous and Queerty, and of course I mean that in a very straight, Christian way).



  1. Don't know about Bert and Ernie but I've got good info on Peppermint Patty and Marcie! I think I'll do a T-Shirt.....

  2. Anonymous5:30 PM

    HGTV. Isn't that the network that has that show about pantry items that can be used for personal lubricant?

    I love that show. Lovin' yer blog, too, BG. xoxo

    Anderson Cooper

  3. Anonymous10:15 PM

    Yes, I think SpongeBob and Patrick are more than friends. But even if they are holding hands and so, I am pretty sure that the kids don't think they're gay.

  4. Anonymous9:49 AM

    SpongeBob and Patrick may be lovers, but really, kids don't notice that. I'd say: Leave the cartoons alone!


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