Friday, August 25, 2006

York Hits a Big Home Run SEE COMBOX!

Apparently the Gay "Marriage" crowd needed a bit of Public Sniffling to make its case that unnatural activity needs State blessings, so (surprise, surprise) some guy quits UW-Madison because the State won't provide bennies for his "partner."

York picks up from there:

It would have been nice if the story included information about Rob Carpick's salary, which is currently $90,000. What will he be making at his new job? Isn't that relevant to why he's leaving?

It would have been nice if the story explained why, in a time when most Wisconsin residents are struggling with health care costs, we should be concerned about the boyfriend of a guy making $90,000 who's not willing to pay for health care. In fact, his boyfriend, Carlos Chan, is healthy and able to work, and actually already gets health care from the UW! The catch is, he actually has to work there, but he does so "reluctantly."

It would have been nice if the story recognized that often times, people leave the UW for reasons other than what they publicly state.

I'm not buying this guy's story at all

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UPDATE: Be sure to read the intelligent and articulate argument posted in the combox! Maybe someone's undies are a bit tight this morning?


Anonymous said...

You are an idiot. How about having a nice big glass of shut the fuck up?

Dad29 said...

Oooohhhhh...that's an articulate discussion-starter.

Maybe you should inspect your undies to find the source of the bundle-problem?

Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Evidently anony doesn't have the chutzpah to post his name. Certainly we can assume that he isn't a man, which is why he favors with the homosex crowd.

Anonymous said...

Such a bunch of whiny bitches! Are you all feeling inadequate because a homosexual is more successful than the two of you ever will be and can use our capitalist system to his advantage?

Dad29 said...

Happy as can be to note that the researcher is good at his job.

But he's not "using" the system--he's manipulating it by making political hay from his un-natural attraction problem.