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December 6, 2006

'Trans Fats' Banned in NYC

Transexual/Transvestite chaser/gainer community up in arms.

Miss Eartha Rotunda, a transexual activist who clocks in at 450 pounds, contacted Reuters News Service on behalf of the New York City organization 'Trans Fats and Friends'. She demands equal rights for the "plus-sized" intersex, transexual and transvestites who want to remain in the city and stated, "We will fight. We will remain here in our beloved city, and no one will be able to move us." The NYPD is currently searching for bulldozer, dump truck and crane contractors to assist in removing the Trans Fats from the city.

On a more serious note, a big shout-out to rich lesbian Mary Cheney, who is with child, and secure in her finances to care for the child, thanks to her father's political connections and financial status. Thanks a lot for taking the fight to your dad, since you have enough money to take care of your child's health insurance and potential legal and custody battles, so why should you care about the benefits of marriage? Hey, you're a Republican, so who cares about lesser people who didn't have the sense to be born rich? You see Mary, other kids who didn't grow up with rich/corrupt parents don't have these luxuries, but I suppose you don't have enough perspective to be empathic enough towards these people, because you're a short-sighted myopic Republican. For you see, not everyone in America is as rich as you, and can't afford legal protection to ensure they keep their child, and they can't afford covering insurance for their partner, since it's illegal in many states to allow a long time partner to get mutual health benefits. Thanks a lot for your help, Mary.

Posted by jimbo at December 6, 2006 8:54 AM


Jimbo, Explorer 7 has all these little icons that show up in the address line of many websites. I'm curious why you don't have one, but even more curious what yours would be if you did.

Posted by: tony at December 6, 2006 8:19 AM

Think this ban is stupid.

Just because a group of people can not control their dietary habits, the Gov't has to step in and take charge so poor little Johnny doesnt have to think for himself when he eats his double bacon lard burger that has been deep fried in lard.

What next ban sugar?

Posted by: Dax at December 6, 2006 11:39 AM

Dax - Actually lard doesn't contain trans fats, as it isn't hydrogenated. Neither does butter. Crisco keeps forever, without refrigeration. I can see it now at sex clubs: "Only trans fat free Crisco may be used".

I'm sure Mary's just trying to keep Daddy's attention, what with the book flop and all.

Posted by: copperred at December 6, 2006 3:50 PM

What a fucked-up family that kid is gonna be born into. Mary Cheney- nothing nice to say about her- I wonder if she stills thinks her Daddy is doing a great job?

Posted by: homer at December 6, 2006 4:50 PM

The irony of the Cheney situation is that she and her partner currently live the great dominion of Virginia, where technically her partner has no rights to the child and any legal arrangement they make will not be binding.

What kind of lesbian couple decides the best situation for raising a child is Virginia where only one mommy counts? Mary, please, for the sake of the child, consider moving to DC or Maryland............

Posted by: jaredd at December 6, 2006 5:41 PM

Words cannot capture how sorry I will feel for that child when it's born.

Posted by: Jeffrey at December 6, 2006 5:50 PM

Amen, brother!

Posted by: Dan at December 7, 2006 6:24 PM

Let's not forget that Hillary, Obama, Kerry, Gore and President Clinton all do not support gay marriage. Can we please get real and stop blaming the Republicans for this.

Why wasn't the gay marriage agenda pushed for while Clinton was in the White House?????

Oh, Wait! I know. Clinton was kind enough to give us the "Don't Ask. Don't Tell" policy. Why would we sully his impeccable reputation pushing for gay marriage when he didn't believe in it.

Posted by: frank at December 7, 2006 7:55 PM

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