Sunday, September 25, 2005

Higher Standards at Mayfair

One of the (evidently) leftist bloggers in town, "Watchdog Milwaukee" jumps into the soup of printing, anti-Catholicism, and "Higher Standards."

Quick review: Tom Reynolds' printing business does a print-job for some outfit called Wisconsin Christians United, which calls the Pope "the voice of Satan." Owen and Wendy, at Boots and Sabers, defend Reynolds' decision--a print job is just a print job, after all.

Watchdog replies that Reynolds, as a community leader, should have Higher Standards.

However, Watchdog then attacks the Zurawskis, who are campaigning to remove the porn-display maintained at Mayfair by the Victoria's Secret people.

So Watchdog (Jim McGuigan, Pension-Pig who CLAIMS to be Catholic,) wants us to believe that porn, which is really "hate literature" against women--it objectifies them as sex toys--is OK, while "hate literature" printed by Reynolds is NOT OK.

Or, logically, that the Mayfair management does not consist of "commuity leaders."

"Christians" United is obviously a nut-group and viciously anti-Catholic. Demented also comes to mind...and Reynolds' decision to print their crap was questionable. If you read my posts, you'll find that I'm sympathetic to Reynolds' policy positions, by the way.

On the other hand, Watchdog should get a better understanding of "hate" materials before they attempt to defend Mayfair's management.


Anonymous said...

Mayfair doesn't have porn. If you would go there and look at the display you would know that.

Dad29 said...

Wrong-o, Anony.

Go here:

and tell me that's not 'prurient interest' material.


Neo-Con Tastic said...
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Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Anon, we know who you are. You criticize the author of this blog for hiding behind an identity. Yet you post comments as anonymous because you yourself don't have the balls to man up and enter your name.


You are a hypocrite.