Daily Archives: October 11, 2010

Stealth religious right candidate for the Minnesota Court of Appeals

He’s baaack…

Dan Griffith has tried this before and he’s trying it again:

Dan Griffith is running for the Minnesota Court of Appeals seat currently held by Judge Terri J. Stoneburner, and because positions and party affiliations are not part of the campaign process for judicial candidates, most voters don’t know that Griffith is a right-wing evangelical Christian who would make rulings based on his faith.

Details here Please pass it along.

Did Dave Mabus threaten to kill atheists visiting Montreal for the AAI-HC 2010 Convention?

Information about last week’s convention is here.

This is alleged to be a picture of Mabus making what looks like an “I’m shooting you with a pistol” gesture:

And this is the note he posted on my blog in which he mentiones the whole bullet in the head thing:


a bullet for your head, traitor

And finally, the *only* man in Minnesota who says there is no God has suddenly become an arbiter on mental health… unfacts.org/factsforum/viewtopic.php?t=4080 COME SEE A PHOTO OF MABUS AND AN EXPLANATION OF IT!

Mabus never really worried me before, but this is the photograph of an obvious psychotic killer. I assume the RCMP is on top of this guy like a Mounty on a horse, and that the atheists were well protected.

Nazi-Garbed House Hopeful Nets International Notice

The party of stupid, a.k.a. Teabaggers a.k.a. Republicans a.k.a. The Million Moran March has been attracting significant international attention, which is normal because people like to laugh at American stupidities (and this is just). But I thought you’d like to see this snippet from today’s BBC:

The Iott controversy comes amid growing concern in the Republican party about the views of some candidates for the mid-term elections in November, our correspondent says.

He adds that the growth of the ultra-conservative Tea Party movement has left them with one would-be senator who has questioned the civil rights legislation in the 1960s, while another confessed to dabbling in witchcraft and suggested scientists were implanting full human brains into mice.


And now just a little comment for those of you who call yourselves “Fiscally conservative but [bla bla bla fill in some excuse for being a Republican, anything other than the truth, which would make you look like the selfish bastard that you actually are bla bla bla ]” … This is what you made for us. Shame on you. Now, if you don’t mind, could you please fix it?