Sam Fields: Allen West, Lesbians and Other Random Thoughts

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Under fire for the political, legal and moral failings of the institution he is presides over, some leaders develops a strategy that “the best defense is a good offense.

Accuse the accusers.  Attack the media for manufacturing stories.

Get yourself an aggressive spokesman who will try to paint you as the victim.

So who am I talking about? 

Pope Bennydick, with spokesman Rev. Frederico Lombardi is a pretty good guess.

An equally good guess would be Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his spokesman Nir Hafetz.

Republican Congressional candidate Allen West and his Internet defenders would be a third guess. 

The strategy is always the same.  Call your accusers bad guys so you won’t have to deal with the real issues.

It does not matter whether its sex abuse, illegal land grabs or exposing a candidate’s hypocrisy and bigotry.


“Without us there is no Haiti–Jean Claude Bazil, Voodoo priest quoted in the Sun-Sentinel at a ceremony honoring earthquake victims.

Let me add that with them, Haiti is something less than nothing.


The controversy over the alleged Israeli-ordered assassination of Hamas bigwig Mahmoud Mabhouh has centered on Mossad’s use of fake British passports.

The British Foreign Office is shocked, shocked and more shocked.

Are we to assume that reluctance to use fake passports would have kept the Brits from whacking Hitler?

The only real issue is that the Israelis were sloppy enough to get caught.

Mabhouh was a terrorist who was rightly nailed.


Columnist and religious nut Cal Thomas has attacked even religiously nuttier Fred Phelps.

Phelp’s is the crazy who has made a career of loudly demonstrating at American military funerals.

Phelp’s theme is that God ordained the death because of America’s tolerance of homosexuality.

[Note to Gay community: In Phelp’s vision of America, you won!]

Thomas believes that this kind of demonstration is not protected by the First Amendment since the actions are really intended to disrupt the lawful funeral.

Too bad Thomas does not apply that same standard to anti-abortion loonies whose demonstrations are clearly intended to stop a lawful medical procedure.


One of the most famous images of Rio De Janeiro is the 125-foot statue of Jesus with outstretched arms.

Time and weather has damaged the statute.  The Rio archdiocese is now raising $4 million to fix up the giant Jesus that sits directly above massive city slums.

Nuf said.


Secretary of State Hilliary Clinton is promising Mexico billions more to fight the drug war that already left over 18,000 dead.

In November, Californians will vote on legalizing growing, smoking and taxing pot. 

If voters pass the referendum, it will have more effect on reducing drug-related crime than the billions of tax dollars already pissed away in the failed Drug War.


The FBI has arrested nine self-described “Christian warriors” in Michigan.  Their plan was to bring about Armageddon by killing cops and then use bombs to kill a lot more at the funeral.

Isn’t it wonderful when you can justify your actions based on religious faith? 

After all, who can prove you are wrong when you insist that invisible things in the sky are sending you special messages.


When a Federal Judge in Mississippi told the Itawamba County School Board they could not exclude a lesbian couple from the prom, Board members cancelled the event.

Is it any wonder that some states have considered revising their license plates to say:  “At Least We’re Not Mississippi?

18 Responses to “Sam Fields: Allen West, Lesbians and Other Random Thoughts”

  1. Chaz Stevens, Genius says:

    Tea Partiers Partying!!!,0,830140.story

  2. Lady Law says:

    Sam Fields makes some good points here. That very much surprises me.

  3. Penthouse Magazine says:

    To Sam:

    do you like lesbians?

  4. NowHetero Rev.Ted Haggard says:

    Sam, I support lesbians (and pray for them, too!).

    Do you?

  5. Sike Matz says:


  6. Ricky Martin, Jr. says:

    I support lesbians, Sam, do you?

  7. sam fields says:

    Like all men I will confess that I occasionally have Howard Stern lesbian fantasies.

    Don’t all hetero men????

    Other than that I could not care less about other adult bedroom habits.

    As someone else once observed about sex: “As long as they don’t do it on the streets. It so frightens the horses”

  8. Chaz Stevens, Genius says:

    I am Lesbian and Proud.

  9. Lipton Tea says:

    Sam, duuuhh, Howard Stern is not a lesbian, he is a man.

    On/In the other hand, Chaz is a lesbian and no one is proud of this.

  10. Ha Ha Chaz says:

    Chaz: I’d believe you are a lesbian before I’d believe you are a genius.

  11. What Would Reagan Do? says:

    Sam has really been off his game recently, unable to spark any stimulating debate as evidenced by this riveting bantor. I suppose he hasn’t come up with a way to defend the rape of the constitution perpetrated by Nancy and the Dems. Instead of voting in November may we simply vote now that we’ve voted to throw them out?

  12. Chaz Stevens, Genius says:

    Oh yeah. Ronald Reagan… Now there’s a fucking solution…

  13. Mohammed says:

    To Samuel

    Good News – Bad News

    The Good News is that you will not be beheaded on this earth because allah is happy with your stance against God.

    The Bad News for you is that God is in control and by you rebuking Him you lose out on everlasting life.

    The Hope for you is:

    2 Chronicles 7:14
    (New International Version)

    14 if my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

  14. Charlette Crist says:

    I support fake republican lesbians!

  15. sam fields says:


    I am abut as worried about this as you are worried about Gilgamish.

    The stories are equally valid.

  16. What Would Reagan Do? says:

    Hey Chaz. Black owned businesses increased by 38% during the Reagan years and overall the median income in black households increased by 17% overall. That sounds like a pretty good solution to me unless of course your against that sort of thing. Most libs are. They don’t let go of the racist belief that minorities can’t make it on their own. That kind of belief is as pitiful as your response. Thanks, Chaz, for the volley, though I didn’t even break a sweat.

  17. Chaz Stevens, Genius says:

    You seem to have forgotten Reagan’s embarrassing propensity to just make things up. Reagan was a dunce and a fabricator. One of his most famous assertions was, “Trees cause more pollution than automobiles do,” and he maintained, wrongly, that sulfur dioxide emitted from Mount St. Helens was greater than that emitted by cars over a 10-year period.

    And let’s not forget the wages of “trickle down” economics and “Reaganomics,” from which we have still not recovered. In 1982, the Congressional Budget Office found that taxpayers earning under $10,000 lost an average of $240 from Reagan’s 1981 tax cuts, while those earning more than $80,000 gained an average of $15,130. By that fall, the jobless rate hit 10.1 percent—the worst in 42 years, and a year later 11.9 million were out of work. In 1983, the country’s poverty rate rose to 15 percent, the highest level since the mid-’60s. In 1984, a congressional study reported that cuts in welfare had pushed more than 500,000 people—the majority of them children—into poverty.

  18. What Would Reagan Do? says:

    I found that quote too on about seventy hate Reagan websites. I’m glad you have a broad mix of references. The quote was actually “Approximately 80% of our air pollution stems from hydrocarbons released by vegetation, so lets not go overboard in setting and enforcing tough emission standards from man-made-made sources”. Not quite the impact when you make it up. Here is another fact you may want to tackle. in 1980 when Reagan took office the tax rate (at your $10,000 income example) for married filing joint was 18%. Single was 21%. Eight years later when Reagan left office both those rates were 15%. How do you lose money in that equation? Or is that the same math used to calculate the huge projected savings by insuring an additional 32 million people?