Bears having sex with young girls--is that what turns on a Republican?

After reading Tom Paine's post The "Big List" of Republican Sex Criminals, I wanted to direct folks to an entry I posted in May 2006. It's very similar to TP's list and doesn't include Rudy, Larry, or Mark, but it does include sources (and I don't think there are any duplicates...?)

It really is an eye-opener... just in case someone still believes that Republicans had been chosen by God to be the protectors of "family values"....

Thus the title of this blog entry... see if you can figure out who wrote the book (and dedicated it to his family) which includes the text:

"At age 10 the madam put the child in a cage with a bear trained to couple with young girls so the girls would be frigid and not fall in love with their patrons. They fed her through the bars and aroused the bear with a stick when it seemed to lose interest."

Find the answer (and the list) at GOP and "Family Values".

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Still Some Laughers On That List...

When you include the "Child Rape Parties in the White House in the '80s" link your list tends to lose credibility. You might as well include the "George Bush and his Secret Service agents raped me" claim as well.

"When all else fails, revel in the absurdity of it all"

I'm open to corrections...

So... please share with me the links/sources that disprove the sources that were given to me? What am I missing?

Re: the other claim... are there any other sources which show that it is a fraud?

I'm asking should know me enough by now to know that! Please don't just discount what I posted without showing me what I'm missing! I am very willing to correct it... but I need more than someone just saying it's not true... even YOU, Bubbles! As much as I respect and appreciate you, I still would like some type of source for what you're saying...

"You can't leave footprints in the sands of time if you are sitting on your butt...
and who wants to leave buttprints in the sands of time?"

While You Can't Disprove A Negative...

You need to look at the sources. Here's an article talking more about the White House Child Sex Orgies; note that they were "uncovered" by John DeCamp, former Republican State Senator from Nebraska (where I'm originally from). While I'm sure you don't believe me, the guy is the biggest black helicopter conspiracy theorist out there -- he's stark-raving mad. The websites all this information comes from also have listings for things like Knights of Malta conspiracies -- it's all basically the Alex Jones crowd this is coming from.

On the other hand, if you really believe the ruling elite (both Republicans and Democrats, according to DeCamp) are abducting orphans from Nebraska and flying them to the White House for child sex orgies, I really can't convince you otherwise.

"When all else fails, revel in the absurdity of it all"

What did I do to deserve your tone?

"While I'm sure you don't believe me..."
"I really can't convince you otherwise..."

Is this the same guy who used to be willing to enter dialogue with me? The one who would point out things that I missed?

I don't think I've ever belittled you or shut you down, have I?

Just share what you know and allow me to process... I'm not quite sure what your problem is, but your tone is not conducive to dialogue... which is really unlike my past interactions with you... I would think that you of all people would realize that phrases like those close the door on constructive communication... I expect it from others but not YOU...

Didn't Mean To Belittle You...

Diana, I really didn't mean to belittle you; it's just that, IMHO, there are some conspiracy theories that really aren't worth the time it takes to "disprove" them -- the "neo-cons planted explosives in the World Trade Center buildings / no plane flew into the Pentagon / the government has a flying saucer from Roswell" types of things. To me, the "ruling Republican and Democratic elites (led by Freemasons) are flying in orphans from Nebraska for child sex orgies in the White House" story is in the same category -- they make those who express a belief in their viability seem more naïve; again, that's just my opinion. If you'd like, drop me an E-mail, and we can continue this off-line, because I really do respect your opinions.

"When all else fails, revel in the absurdity of it all"