He is also a flaming faggot (not that there's anything wrong with that), coordinating with his flamer friends. HillBuzz blogger "kevindujan01" is fully aware of how the Post is using him as a weapon against conservatives and is just "fabulous" with it:
I also love that HB is now considered a leading conservative site.The new more fabulous face of conservatism, as deliberately misrepresented by WAPO's Lisa de Moraes.
Literally written by a gay dude, standing next to a gaysian, who is next to a stripper, who is chatting with a feisty Whitney-in-her-prime black woman while I keep trying to get the lame VJ Otho to play Twisted Sister or anything else kickass.
Welcome to the new, more fabulous face of conservatism.
Ace and Allahpundit are getting rolled by the homosexual pranksters
Both are accepting the WAPO line that the vote rigging is being perpetrated by Palin conservatives and are dismissing the whole foo-forah on the grounds that its just a popularity poll and "everybody does it." Indeed, these polls are actually set up to encourage multiple votes. That's part of how competition shows make their money, by taking commissions on the call-in votes. But over the years there have been a number of online-coordinated voting attacks aimed specifically at gaining a perverse result and these shenanigans are seriously annoying to the non-cynical viewers of these hugely popular shows.
Anyone remember Sanjaya Malakar, the effeminate semi-talent from American Idol 2007 who got alarmingly close to the final thanks in large part to a website called "Vote for the Worst"?
Lots of little girls apparently liked Sanjaya's puppy-dog manner and the way he fondled his luxurious locks, but it was outside groups--not actual fans of the show--that kept him in week after week. Undoubtedly the gays had a large role in that prank as well. Sanjaya is so overtly effeminate that he had to explain to People Magazine why everyone always thinks he is gay:
I got teased in school because people figured I must be gay because I understand women.Apparently he only has one wire crossed and just seems gay, which was plenty benough to make his prank-advancement irresistible to our aggressively transgressive homosexual activists.
If the pranksters had actually gotten Sanjaya into the final it would have been a complete debasement of the competition. This seems to be what has actually happened with Bristol Palin. No one should underestimate how annoying this is to actual fans of the show. They are watching to see a real competition and just when they get to the ball, Lucy pulls it away. The Washington Post is trying to direct the fallout to conservatives when its own evidence points to homosexual pranksters. Fans of the show need to be told where the evidence actually points, so that they can direct their ire accordingly.
How bad is Bristol?
I'm a ballroom dancer. I've been doing it for 15 years and have always had a special talent for leading. Give me a girl who has never danced before and if she has above average natural ability I can have her smoothly following intermediate level steps by the end of one song. If she has serious natural talent, she'll be flying in two.
The first time Bristol Palin took the floor it was completely obvious that she was a BAD beginner. NO natural talent. After a couple weeks of preparation she clomped through her dance like she was trudging through a swamp. "Oh no," I said to myself, "this is going to get gamed: the pranksters are going to keep her in for the humiliation value." With Bristol intentionally dressing up like her mother, this had disaster written all over it.
Bristol has made progress. She's worked at it to the point where she's managed to reach an average level of dancing. She's kept her head and her spirits up and thankfully has managed to remain oblivious to her own shortcomings. Good for her. But her reaching the final above the wonderfully talented Brandy is a travesty. Brandy would have made it a final for the ages. Now we are going to see Bristol Palin get absolutely crushed by the beautiful and talented Jennifer Grey. Then comes the worst part: waiting to see whether the pranksters are able to deliver the final perversion and cram a crown of thorns onto the undeserving Bristol Palin's head.
Help save the Palins by voting against Bristol
I've never voted on one of these shows, but I will next week. The only way to counter the pranksters is for Bristol Palin fans to vote for the best performance which, excluding a miracle, will mean voting NOT for Bristol Palin. Otherwise they are playing into the hands of these cynical homosexuals whose great desire is to pervert a heterosexual competition. Listen to kevindujan01's cynical flaming:
The judges want the woman claiming to be Jennifer Grey (but looks nothing like her) to win, with Scotch-on-the-Rocks as a close second (good thing the consolation prize isn’t a car).The guy's a total dirt-bag, justifying bad behavior with the most ludicrous snark. Jennifer Grey looks nothing like Jennifer Grey? Amazingly, she looks almost the same as she did when she played a 15 year old in Dirty Dancing, one of the great movies of all time. And "scotch on the rocks"? Brandy was a hundred times better in week one than Bristol Palin could EVER be.
Bristol can't even motivate herself to lose a few pounds for national television. It's ridiculous. She's out there waddling around with a 25 pound tummy. Sigh.
With the media primed to blame Sarah Palin supporters for a perverse result, the only way out for conservatives is to make sure the perverse result does not happen. Conservatives are not supposed to vote for semi-talented favorites in the first place. It is already an embarrassment to conservative principles that Palin fans helped her get this far. The only way to limit the damage is by voting at last for the better dancer.
Flamers and DADT
On the subject of flamers, this is why Don't Ask Don't Tell should not be repealed. Under DADT, homosexuals can serve in the military but they are not allowed to flame. End DADT and they will be allowed to flame. Merely being openly, suggestively, struttingly, fabulously, wrist bendingly, hip-pointingly, gaydar-explodingly homosexual is exactly what will no longer be off limits.
Anyone who thinks that is not going to damage unit-cohesiveness and recruiting isn't thinking at all. The heterosexual young men who make up the vast majority of recruits will continue to be deprived of female company, but now they will have to put up with gay-as-I-wanna-be drama queens. Each squad, platoon, company and battalion will be prone to develop its own "boytown" as Kevin Dujan calls his gay circuit, pushing as far towards civilian gay norms as the military will allow, and the ending of DADT means precisely that they will allow it.
Read Goodby Good Men, about the take-over of the American Catholic church hierarchy by a cabal of homosexual church haters, for an idea of what can happen, and that was on the sly. Just wait until open homosexuality is allowed.
Cat fighting. In-your-face come ons directed to gay and straight alike. Subtle serious come-ons. Where is it going to end? Nobody's thinking about that. Once the DADT line falls, there is no plan to replace it with any other line.
The transgressive-for-transgressive's sake culture of Dujan et al., debasing a simple dance competition just because doing so is "hilarious," will be just as corrosive to the military. Thirty percent of the military (40% of the Marines) already think it will be corrosive, and that's before they have seen the homosexual behavior that would be released. Give them a tour of the coming Boytown (the Pentagon poll only asked if having "an openly gay person in a unit" would be a problem, it didn't ask about the development of an openly gay subculture) and the percentage of objectors will increase dramatically, but by then it will be too late. Long built-up traditions and institutions can't just be blown up and then restored.
The answer is to make the corrosive homosexual behavior--the "out" behavior—off limits from the beginning. That is just what DADT does. We may have arrived at it through a bumbling political process, but it is actually well targeted.