You wish they had been this clever before the elections. Still pretty amazing.
Category Archives: Humor
I’m changing my name to Fannie Mae…
Ladies and Gentlemen…the estimable Fannie Mae Paxton…
Scratch marks on the window
This is SO funny. Brutal but funny. Oof! From The Onion:
Mr. of Nazareth
Brilliant parody. And you know if Jesus were running they’d run this against him.
Thank You Dave…
Dave pretty much says it all here:
My favorite is: What are you going to do if you’re President and there’s a crisis? Suspend being President? Seems to me Senator McCain has signaled quite clearly where he thinks he belongs. In the Senate.
The Liberal Media
This speaks for itself…
Pearls Over Shanghai
Dear Lovers of the Sublime and the Ridiculous,
God Save Jon Stewart…
I never thought I’d see the day when I would say: I agree with Karl Rove, Bill O’Reilly and Dick Morris…at least when they’re not flip-flopping…:
My nomination for the Democratic Convention keynote address…
HIV/AIDS, for those of you still paying attention, has not gone away. It is ever so slightly treatable still, but thousands are still dying from it, and for many the treatment is as horrible as the disease. Still, I talk with teacher friends…many of whom still remember the horrible deaths of many friends…and they are dumbstruck by how students today simply think HIV/AIDS is a treatable, manageable disease.
Sixteen years ago…what seems like an eternity now, my friend Bob Hattoy addressed the Democratic National Convention. Bob and I used to drive to work together every morning in Los Angeles. He worked for Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky. I worked for Councilwoman Peggy Stevenson, back before the idea of West Hollywood as a separate municipality was even a glimmer in a few GLBT eyes. I moved to New York. Hattoy moved into the national political scene and excelled in the two areas that remain singularly important even today: health and ecology (actually, sort of the same thing, really…personal health is personal ecology. World ecology is world health). As regional director for the Sierra Club in Los Angeles, he was noticed by the Clintons, who brought him into their campaign as their environmental counsel.
In this age of "treatable" "manageable" HIV/AIDS, Bob died from complications of HIV/AIDS, as they say, last year. His voice and spirit should be remembered: