Try again. Fail again. Fail worser.

The Doughy Pantload (né Jonah Goldberg), on equal marriage rights, Take 2:

But all I can say in my defense is that I think I’m right about the inevitability of gay marriage or at least very strong civil unions (which would ultimately lead to gay marriage, anyway). [Bzzzt! The correct answer is: All I can say in my defense is I’ll shut up and never seek to communicate with another human being for the rest of my miserable life - ed.]

I don’t take this position because I’m dodging, or caving, or playing games of some kind [Butcha aaare, ya aaare in the chair, Blanche! - ed]. I just happen to think it’s true (barring some scientific developments down the road).

Yup. According to the Loathesome Doughfucker, unspecified “scientific developments” could stop the inevitable spread of equal marriage rights in this country.

Those of us who know a teeny bit about events both past and current clutch the trusty blunderbuss close we hear this kind of talk. It makes us nervous.

However, those of us who know jackshit about anything are free to blithely claim that gays were the best friends a Nazi ever had ergo liberals are fascists but maybe a scientific development or two will set things right.

As always, all of this is central to the point.

(Fart)

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Trying to get on the somewhat right side of history way after the fact and getting it completely wrong again, I see.  Goldberg is like Kristol in that he’s so very wrong about everything AND he’s an insufferably smug asshole at the same time.

Goldberg is like Kristol in that he’s so very wrong about everything AND he’s an insufferably smug asshole at the same time.

And also in that both William the Bloody-and-Wrong and Doughy Pantload only have careers because of parental coattails. Also. You betcha!

Oblomova, how gauche of you to point that out!  That really is as bad as Kristol springing Palin on an unsuspecting nation.

Jonah Goldberg: a full pantload of stupid in every quote!

Scientific developments…

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I assume he’s thinking of some sort of… pill, I suppose that “ungays” people.  But I could be wrong.

You know, Jonah’s lucky he was born into the pundit caste.  Otherwise, he’d probably spend his life huffing paint and complaining about the government.

Otherwise, he’d probably spend his life huffing paint and complaining about the government.

You know, Cheeto dust is a permanent dye, so the only real difference is the Wingnut Welfare check.

Scientific. Developments.  What do you even say to that kind of ass-klownery?  There is just nothing.

What do you even say to that kind of ass-klownery?

“Perhaps this brace of rabid stoats down your pants will help you clarify your comments.”

What do you even say to that kind of ass-klownery?

We liberals will be certain to direct our legions of scientist academic elites to cure homosexuality, just as soon as we finish the cure for conservatism we’ve been working on.

Well, I suppose this is tacit admission on the part of the Pantload that the whole “pray the gay away” thing isn’t working so well.

I assume he’s thinking of some sort of… pill, I suppose that “ungays” people.  But I could be wrong.

Anything that can rewire the human brain like Tom Vila set loose on a 1920s Craftsman house would do it, and I don’t see it down the road anytime soon given what we don’t know about the human brain.

He needs to start watching ST:TNG again to brush up on his Technobabble:

Technobabble (a portmanteau of technology and babble), also called technospeak[1], is a form of prose using jargon, buzzwords, esoteric language, specialized technical terms, or technical slang that is incomprehensible to the listener. Various fields of practice and industry have their own specialized vocabularies (jargon) that allow those educated within that industry to concisely convey ideas that may be confusing, misleading, or nonsensical to an outside listener.[2] So while a lay person listening to a discussion of a current research topic in mathematics may describe it as technobabble, to the mathematician, it is completely comprehensible and thus not technobabble. The key differentiator is the point of view of the listener. Technobabble can be used dishonestly to give an impression of plausibility through mystification, misdirection, and obfuscation.[2]

You’d think it’d be useful to him as a second language :-)

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