Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Go Fuck Yourself, Mary

The Polibois have had extreme disgust for Mary Cheney ever since she first got involved in her dad's VP campaign as a person openly living the homosexual lifestyle. And really, that's all she considers her sexual life to be...A lifestyle choice.

When Mary's parents showed false emotion in response to John Kerry's discussion of her lifestyle in a 2004 Presidential debate, Polibois instantly made signs and shirts that also declared Mary's lifestyle choice. If Kerry was going to get shit for talking about it, we figured we should too. Someone had to take a stand.

Now in her book Mary has the nerve to declare this (on top of calling Kerry a 'son of a bitch' and telling John Edwards to 'go fuck yourself' for making very good points about her sexual desires in their respective debates in 2004):
"John Kerry didn't 'out me', nor did he offend or attack me by calling me a lesbian," she remarked. "It wasn't a secret that I was gay, and I certainly couldn't be offended by the truth,'' she writes. ``What was offensive was that he was obviously trying to use me and my sexual orientation for his own political gain."

Right Mary, Republicans never use gay rights as a wedge issue. The only thing that is really offensive in this story is you, Mary.

And Mary, I cannot make this more clear, you are a disgusting 'selfish hedonist'. Alan Keys is right about that. You only care about the base pleasures in life, and for that you are not a representative of any movement having to do with gay and lesbian rights.

Kerry's spokesman, David Wade, is right on when he says:
"Seems like a suspicious lecture from a political operative who flacked for the most anti-gay administration in history and allowed Karl Rove to divide America for political gain," Wade said. "SheÂ’d be more credible if she pushed dadÂ’s administration to support hate crimes legislation and equal rights for gay Americans."


Melissa said...

Fanning the flames, or how Melissa whores her slightly related blog out.

Ryan Adams said...

Hmm... Graham, you seem to have some strong feelings on the matter. LOL

As far as I'm concerned, Mary Cheney is never going to be a beacon of hope for the GLBT movement... but better late than never, right?

I don't like her and certainly am not going to applaud her, but at least she's come out now and said she's in support of .. well... her life.