Tuesday, January 21, 2020

ONE MILLION MOMS












The conservative group ONE MILLION MOMS is protesting Burger King, because in one of Burger King’s commercials a man says, about their new meatless burger, “Damn, that taste good.”  The conservative moms want the word damn removed from the commercial because it is “extremely destructive and damaging to impressionable children.”


These are the same moms that voted for a man that said on camera he could grab women’s pussies, and they would let him.  A man that paid off a porn star to keep quiet about sex they had prior to his election.   A man who said on the radio that he would like to have sex with Ivanka, if she wasn’t his daughter.


But damn is too far.  


This is so typical of the Republican ‘Family Values’ base. 

The Ol’Buzzard




8 comments:

  1. He could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue in New York and those moms would still think he was the second coming.

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  2. What Jono said. Yeah the hypocrisy is so damned thick.

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  3. They just love to hear themselves bitch.

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  4. They're not moms at all. The organization is a couple old white MALE bible thumpers who are engaging in astroturfing. They use a name that makes it sound like a movement when it's just a couple of aging reactionaries who are more interested in hoovering cash out of gullible church goers than they are in being a for-real social movement. Everything they do is designed to persuade the rubes to send money.

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  5. Maybe they might also ask oldies radio to ban songs like BAD BAD LEROY BROWN (Jim Croce), JUST YOU N' ME (Chicago), LIFE IN THE FAST LANE (Eagles), for the same reason ...
    ...THE BOXER (Simon % Garfunkel) mentions "whores" in one line in the second verse
    .....OH, MY-Y-Y-Y-Y!!!!!!!

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  6. ...and they can't allow any television shows from the 1970s into their homes to further corrupt their families with all THEIR various "hells" and "damns" either.

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  7. Oh the righeous outrage of these fine Christian ladies! This is not original, but this situation begs it to be repeated:
    "Every time a Christian defends Trump, an angel throws up."

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  8. Wow! I missed their announcement! I damn well better watch my tongue around them! :)

    PipeTobacco

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