Remember back when South Park was cool and everyone walked around saying "I. Am. So. Pissed. Off" like Cartman? I'm having one of those days.
Spokesmodel Bush just announced that he'll support an amendment banning same-sex marriage (Note to W: Amendments banning things have a history of being repealed. Ask the genii behind Prohibition.) and I wish I could really care. But I don't, because a) I don't think it'll happen (let me have this dream, even if it turns out to be false), but mainly b) THERE ARE TOO MANY OTHER THINGS TO WORRY ABOUT.
There. I said it. The media is conservative. We have a conservative media in this country. And they play up Janet Jackson's boobs and boobs who oppose same-sex marriage to distract us from the fact that it's been a year since we went into Iraq and Americans are still dying (not to mention Iraqis, but I guess we're not supposed to think about them). And that the economy is still in the tanker. And that Al-Queda is using Viet, er, I mean Iraq to mobilize Muslims against the U.S. and whip them into fundamentalist frenzy. And that Mel Gibson's The Passion of Christ is whipping fundamentalists in this country into a frenzy. And that the effing governator of California thinks he can be president of the U.S. some day.
Thank goodness for Stonyfield Farms' Dark Chocolate ice cream.