Sunday, June 28, 2015

Dedicated with Heartfelt Sincerity to the Gay Community
Once I had a secret love
That lived within the heart of me
All too soon my secret love
Became impatient to be free
So I told a friendly star
The way that dreamers often do
Just how wonderful you are
And why I'm so in love with you
Now I shout it from the highest hills
Even told the golden daffodils
At last my heart's an open door
And my secret love's no secret anymore.
Doris, we hardly knew ye!

24 comments:

  1. I'm going to DEMAND that my church supports me in my right to sacrifice a liberal to the rain Gods.

    Then I want to marry my horse with a full church wedding. She looks beautiful in her white dress!

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  2. stomp, snort, and gruntJune 28, 2015 at 3:12 PM

    Such anger and or the towards those who harm you not.

    Beyond Belief!

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  3. Hillary Carpet Muncher ClintoonJune 28, 2015 at 3:57 PM

    At this point, what difference does it make?

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  4. The richness of your use of irony is not lost in me, FT. I had a feeling you might appreciate knowing that right now.


    -----------------------> Katharine Heartburn

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  5. stomp, snort, and gruntJune 28, 2015 at 8:34 PM

    Another glorious day; one all should be thankful for .

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    1. Why do you say that? Or is it jus a generic expression of faith, hope and good will apropos of nothing in particular?

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    2. stomp, snort, and gruntJune 29, 2015 at 6:12 PM

      It's a glorious day Because We're Alive!

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  6. We'll, if it's sincerity that you're after...

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  7. The states are ALREADY lashing back at the USSC decision. Eventually they will nullify this, alng with other federal laws. Obama has pushed us to the brink!

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    1. I can see that you've certainly bought a bridge... :(

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    2. Your pal, Zizek, is right, as usual but isn't he a bit late to the party?

      This country ceased even to try to fulfill the Founder's' Vision when it allowed Abraham Lincoln to do what he did.

      It may be a good thing to make every legitimate attempt to initiate policies one believes are "right," but once we start to do "The Right Thing" by Presidential Edict or Supreme Court Fiat, every pretense at living under The Rule of Law in a Democratic-Representative Republic, which is what we are supposed to be is tossed away, kicked to the curb and trampled into Oblivion never to be seen again.


      "They that can give up essential liberties for a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."

      "Our Constitution is in actual operation; everything appears to promise that it will last, but in this world nothing is certain but death and taxes."

      ~ Franklin (1706-1790)

      "Once fully enslaved, no nation, state, city of this earth, ever afterward resumes its liberty."

      ~ Walt Whitman (1819-1892)

      Our goals, since 1930 at least, have been short-term, short-sighted, self-serving and our methods at implementing them merely expedient.

      We have deserted PRINCIPLE in favor of Venality and Expediency.

      No entity could pursue such a course for long and cherish any reasonable hope of long-term survival.

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    3. What Zizek "brings to the table" is exposure of the hollowness to all that talk of democratizing China, Iraq, and other foreign nations... of the 'myth' that capitalism and democracy were hand-in-glove partners in the project of liberty. As China has proven, "capitalism" works VERY well without democracy, and is perhaps the best 'modern' indicator of where Europe and America are headed. Democracy represents the 'circenses' part of the old phrase panem et circenses. That all this talk about "marriage equality" is a deliberate distraction. Capitalism (and issues like the TPP) is the real 'bread'. And "how" one allows it/them to become structured, makes all the difference vis a vis "liberte".

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    4. ...and this is largely because our "Representative Men" in Washington, are NOT Emerson's men. They're almost an entirely different species... mostly Businessmen and Lawyers.

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    5. The states gotta push back on this. Tehe userper in chief will destroy all that is good by the time he leaves office!

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  8. And as for Obamacare! Scott Walker will a force to be reckoned with, he habitually kicks the left in the teeth and Obamacare is unpopular. A Walker/Kasich--or a --Kasich/Walker ticket would be a good one

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  9. Redd Battler & Harlette Ohorra said

    Look at these lyrics, then tell us this isn't a very funny post when used in this context? - R & H

    Once I had a secret love
    That lived within the heart of me
    All too soon my secret love
    Became impatient to be free
    So I told a friendly star
    The way that dreamers often do
    Just how wonderful you are
    And why I'm so in love with you
    Now I shout it from the highest hills
    Even told the golden daffodils
    At last my heart's an open door
    And my secret love's no secret anymore.

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  10. It is amusing watching libs talk like they know something about the Constitution. Or anything for that matter. Isn't it funny how the Democrats are always for bipartisanship and working together after they've lost an election.

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  11. With its decisions on Obamacare and Gay Marriage last week the Supreme Court has made itself irrelevant going forward. On gay marriage they have ruled against scripture which won’t stand well with the folks. I guess that’s what happens when you appoint homosexuals and Marxists to the highest court in the land. The Supreme Court has over reached here, they took on a case that should have stayed state-by state and made it a Federal case, impacting AND OVERRULING a majority of the voters in the country...These “Justices” have redefined their duties and are quite pleased with themselves. Bottom line, am hoping the majority in this country tell the Supremes and the Obama regime where to stick it, but that’s only wishful thinking.
    And all these Libs can see out of this is the freaken rainbow.

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  12. OBAMA ENDS CHARLESTON SERVICE WITH SONG WRITTEN BY A SLAVE TRADER. Shouldn't we ban "Amazing Grace," along with the Confederate flag?

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  13. Walter Dingleberry said

    What a delicious sense of humor you have, FT! It's still a great post, even if no one else gets it, but Katharine up there.

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    1. Than you, but I have to add Redd and Harlette didn't do too bad a job either. ;-)

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  14. I don't get what's to get

    Two girls kissin' ain't nuthin wrong with that

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  15. A. Bichon Ouiels said

    Gee! I never realized Doris Day had buck teeth before. They should have done something about that. She wasn't really pretty at all, was she? Kinda like a football player on women's clothes. Thick neck, broad shoulders. Maybe she really was a lezbo.

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