Bobblehead Bigot

Rob Tisinai

December 9th, 2011

Sometimes we toss around the b-word too easily. But after seeing this desperate anti-gay ad from Rick Perry…

…I’ll say the man’s one big, bobbleheaded bigot.

[Feel free to right-click on the bobbler, save the image, and share it if you like.]

Rob in San Diego

December 9th, 2011

I saw his new ad on fox where he’s talking about gays serving openly and children not being able to celebrate Christmas. I think he was talking about Israel, it’s the only country he could be talking about. I don’t know of any kids here in America who can’t celebrate Christmas.

TwirlyGirly

December 9th, 2011

I went to Rick Perry’s website, and through the “Contact Us” link, sent an email thanking him for the ad. I told him because of it, I am now 100% sure I will NEVER vote for him (and will recommend everyone I know to do the same). I said this country needs a leader who is able to identify and resolve the REAL issues, not make-up a bunch of non-issues such as kids not being able to celebrate Christmas, or the “dangers” of allowing same-sex attracted persons to serve in the military….

Charles

December 9th, 2011

Perry can stay the hell out of South Carolina. He is running the ad here in South Carolina and I could not believe the words that came out of his mouth in this ad. He can go back to Texas and attempt to demonize gays that reside in Texas. Now I understand why W doesn’t like Perry. I can only hope that his run for the presidency ends his entire political career.

No, I will not be downloading the Perry bobble-head.

Richard Rush

December 9th, 2011

Isn’t Perry one of the founding members of the

Biblical
Institute for
God-
Ordained
Tyranny

Charles

December 9th, 2011

“Isn’t Perry one of the founding members of the

Biblical
Institute for
God-
Ordained
Tyranny

– Richard Rush”

May I ask if I can use this on some of my posts on other boards, I love it.

Richard Rush

December 9th, 2011

Thanks, Charles. Yes, please feel free to use it!

Emily

December 10th, 2011

I just heard someone say that the music in the background of the ad is by American composer Aaron Copland, who was gay. Listening to it over again, I can’t place a particular piece, but it certainly sounds like his style. Poor Copland is rolling in his grave.

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