Sunday, July 13, 2008

But how do you really feel, Babs?


Shorter Barbara "Compassionate Conservative" Kay: Gays and black Africans have no one to blame but themselves if they end up contracting AIDS.

3 comments:

Ti-Guy said...

In a National Post column published on Monday, Michael Fumento, a public intellectual specialising in health issues...

I stopped there.

I can't believe she's calling the amoral Micheal Fumento a public intellectual:

On January 13, 2006, Scripps Howard News Service announced it would terminate its business relationship with Fumento and cease carrying his column. At issue were opinion columns Fumento had written promoting the biotechnology firm Monsanto while working at the Hudson Institute. The connection between Fumento and Monsanto was first revealed by an investigative reporter in Business Week. General manager Peter Copeland explained that Fumento...

"...did not tell SHNS editors, and therefore we did not tell our readers, that in 1999 Hudson received a $60,000 grant from Monsanto. [...] Our policy is that he should have disclosed that information. We apologize to our readers."


Is the entire Kay family hideously corrupt or are they just incredibly stupid?

Anyway, to paraphrase convicted felon and Kay patron Conrad Black and his response to reporting he didn't like: "Barbara Kay needs to be horse whipped."

Beijing York said...

Is the entire Kay family hideously corrupt or are they just incredibly stupid?

Both. And dishonest like many in the right wing.

Cherniak_WTF said...

Dishonest cunt...
How convenient it would have been for liberals if, as predicted by many in the 1980s, AIDS had spread like wildfire among Western heterosexuals. But it didn't.
I don't recall it being predicted. I recall that prevention was the mantra and that prevention should be taught in Africa - except that oppressed catholics and other demented perverts were againtst it there.