Literally a tsunami.
Why did they film this in dingy hotel rooms? Except for that one lady in front of the swamp.
Welcome to Ireland. We've got a mediocre hotel in Belfast... and a swamp. Also Patt Carr's backyard.
i'd put a baby in Wendy Grace
She could have all the babies.
They murdered a woman out of fucking spite against abortion and now they're pretending that that particular incident is literally impossible.
I kept expecting the next cut to be to a leprechaun. "Here in County Tyrone, there is a tsunami of the culture of death." (puff puff, wink)
But seriously, what a collection of assholes. "We love this young indian mother, so let's make sure that basic reproductive rights are withheld, further enshrining rape and incest in our glorious constitution. For the sake of these young children, please, please ignore their mothers."
"1. The Irish language as the national language is the first official language.
2. The English language is recognised as a second official language."
That's some wacky stuff Irish Constitution.
I had no idea the Irish Constitution was so full of shit!
Mr. Purple Cat Esq.
But anyway as I said its not treated the same as the yank "holy grail" constitution, we have other less crazy documents and also have to conform to sensible EU ones
"We have the benefit of experience and hindsight of others. So let us fucking ignore it."
I expected better of John Waters.
Waters has referred to himself as a "neo-Luddite" or later as a "luddite". At one stage he refused to use e-mail and stated his concern that society ignores the negative aspects of the Internet.
In his articles titled Impose democracy on Iraq and Bush and Blair doing right thing, Waters explained his support for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, a position based on his belief that Iraq posed an imminent threat to the West due to its possession of weapons of mass destruction.
He wrote an article titled Two sides to domestic violence, which criticised the lack of gender balance in Amnesty International's campaign against domestic violence in Ireland.
Waters also devotes much of his column space in The Irish Times to discussing the role and importance of religion and faith in society. In an interview, he has described people of faith as "funnier, sharper and smarter" than atheists.
In the Irish Mail on Sunday of July 6, Waters bemoaned vandalism and untruths in his Wikipedia entry, called for increased regulation, and backed legal action against Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales and the Wikipedia foundation in such cases. He said he set up his own web site as a response to Wikipedia.
If Wikipedia said those things about me, I'd damn well hope they were making things up.
I think he was jokingly referring to the other John Waters.
There is never a case where the baby must be aborted to save the life of the mother? Sorry Ireland, but that is one of the most untrue things ever uttered. Not that I expect more from the Irish Catholic church. Shame the good looking ones are always the craziest.
|The Mothership |
ahrlund is a fahrwurd luukang cuuntraay, and we feel the best ahntrists uf a child are soirved by taking as mahny rights away from woomen has we cahn. in both toiaiun and countryside, this is the roiuiught appariouch.
It's like listening to a Southerner talk. I understand them but can't take them seriously.
You don't own Belfast! You can't complain about an abortion clinic opening in another country!
ireland is shaped like a really sad horse
Also fuck everyone who has no concept of history. You have no ground to stand on you ignorant twats.
It's amazing how far up their own ass holes some people manage to shove their heads. 'All I can see is utter shite - and it smells strangely familiar.'
pardon me sir, but didn't yew mean arse holes?
|The Mothership |
also this needs the slippery slope tag.
What a shitty country.
Hey lady you're indoors and on camera perhaps you should not be wearing an enormous fur hat.
DOWN WITH THIS SORT OF THING
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