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Joss, Joss: Sorry but you’re a moron

From Breitbart, Joss Whedon Film Imagines World Without ‘Beacon of Hope’ Planned Parenthood

The 3-minute film shows tears, frustration, and desperation in its imaginary world without Planned Parenthood, where scholarships are lost and projects interrupted all because the abortion giant isn’t present to erase the consequences of people’s sexual decisions…

As if people wouldn’t quickly move to a mix of adoption, privately-funded abortion, privately-funded birth control, non-vaginal sex, abstinence and/or condoms.

And I say that as a supporter of first-semester abortion rights. Even I can recognize when abortion advocates are dishonest.

“Planned Parenthood is a beacon of hope, and anyone trying to shut it down is committing an act of evil. It’s not just inhumane — it’s inhuman.

No, Joss. What’s evil, inhumane and inhuman (you can picture his face and voice cracking on that one) is:

  1. Late-term abortion.
  2. Forcing your fellow citizens to fund it.
  3. Painting murderers as heroes.
  4. Assuming that anything YOU like, has to be funded by taxpayers (rather than yourself).

But we know Joss has problems:

On Mother’s Day, he tweeted his gratitude for his mother’s death 25 years earlier so she wouldn’t have to live in a world where Donald Trump was president…

…and his other tweets gleefully picture graphic violence happening to Republicans.

UPDATE – Unrelated? I almost blogged on this yesterday: Man rompers. Hipsters in baby clothes.

seven male models in ridiculous one piece baby suits known as rompers

Joss Whedon has nothing to do with this, so I can’t imagine why my subconscious connects it to him. But it does.



  1. Joss Whedon’s entire career is based on fetishizing anorectic girls beating up men. And he thinks his morality is superior?

    Comment by V the K — May 18, 2017 @ 12:51 pm - May 18, 2017

  2. Obviously they left their balls at-home in the drawer next to their girlfriends’ bed. …Pajamas are NOT day-wear.

    Even James Bond only wore his pool-side in-lieu-of a beachrobe.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — May 18, 2017 @ 1:31 pm - May 18, 2017

  3. There’s some on the right who are Pro abortion including Michael Savage, Chrispy Creme Christy, and some tools on the Alt Right.

    Comment by James — May 18, 2017 @ 1:41 pm - May 18, 2017

  4. To a liberal, ‘defunding’ and/or ‘shutting down’ PP means removing tax subsidies. I have no desire to contribute to an abortionist’s Lamborghini.

    Comment by Ignatius — May 18, 2017 @ 1:43 pm - May 18, 2017

  5. On this point, Joss Whedon aligns himself with NeoNazi Richard Spencer, who is also strongly pro-abortion because it reduces the number of blacks and hispanics. This is also why liberals support abortion, but Spencer at least admits it.

    Comment by V the K — May 18, 2017 @ 1:47 pm - May 18, 2017

  6. Spencer, on abortion:

    In a way, contraception has been terribly dysgenic in the sense that it is only the smart people that really use it. Smart people are not using abortion as birth control. Smart people are using abortion when you have a situation like Down Syndrome or you have a situation where the health of the mother is at risk. I would say that it is the unintelligent and blacks and Hispanics who use abortion as birth control, as a kind of late-term birth control

    Comment by V the K — May 18, 2017 @ 1:48 pm - May 18, 2017

  7. According to the CDC, in 2012 ( the newest data I could find quickly), 55.4% of abortions were done by Black and Hispanic women.

    Comment by TnnsNe1 — May 18, 2017 @ 1:53 pm - May 18, 2017

  8. The garment is known as a calchemise. Here are examples. It’s also known as a union suit and was popular in the early 1900s. Commercial patterns were widely available.

    Perhaps the connection to Whedon is that like him, the fashion industry has no ideas.

    Comment by Ignatius — May 18, 2017 @ 1:56 pm - May 18, 2017

  9. Richard Spencer such a sniveling weasel of a man. Another example of how neo Nazis are so left wing.

    Comment by Pawfurbehr — May 18, 2017 @ 1:57 pm - May 18, 2017

  10. Ignatius (#8) Mon Dieu! NON! NON! At least he rompHIMs were implied for leisure wear (pool, ball park), but the calchemise site implies for regular use. In any language, no. (At least for my taste.)

    I always understood a union suit to be long sleeved, long pants for warmth.

    And like Ignatius in #4, I note that when the left or big government types say destroy or “eliminate access” all it really means is take away (or reduce) taxpayer dollars. Definitely dishonest, but that is what has worked, so they keep using it. (Like combining legal and illegal immigration in one term, and then when one objects to the illegally arrived, one is therefore against all immigrants. They should have to go back to elementary school and learn English all over again–correctly this time.)

    Comment by TheQuietMan — May 18, 2017 @ 2:16 pm - May 18, 2017

  11. Geez what a beta male Josh is, yuck!!

    Comment by James — May 18, 2017 @ 2:23 pm - May 18, 2017

  12. TQM, union suits varied but the term applied to onesies, i.e. one-piece top-and-bottom underwear. They can be long sleeved/legged and short sleeved/legged but they are a one-piece garment. I can understand wearing this around the house but not in public and not commando — there’s not enough of it. And logistics are potentially…problematic.

    Comment by Ignatius — May 18, 2017 @ 2:31 pm - May 18, 2017

  13. Did you notice that the price at the calchemise site is 69E? Was that intentional?

    Comment by Ignatius — May 18, 2017 @ 2:35 pm - May 18, 2017

  14. Am I the only one who has a Judge-Reinhold-In-Fast-Times-At-Ridgemont-High nostalgia-induced Boehner for Ben Sasse?

    Comment by Ignatius — May 18, 2017 @ 2:37 pm - May 18, 2017

  15. Ignatius, thanks for your reply. I, too, can’t imagine wear the romphims anywhere but home or at a close friend’s. And I was wondering the same thing about the price.

    Comment by TheQuietMan — May 18, 2017 @ 3:53 pm - May 18, 2017

  16. The garment is known as a calchemise. Here are examples. It’s also known as a union suit

    Unless old Bugs Bunny cartoons have misled me, the classic “union suit” had a rear panel in the back so that you could go #2 without removing the entire outfit. The RompHim has no such flap — there’s a button fly in the front for watering the grass, but to drop the kids off at the pool, you need to unbutton the upper part and shove the whole thing down to your ankles. MUCH less practical than having the shirt and the shorts as separate garments.

    Comment by Throbert McGee — May 18, 2017 @ 4:07 pm - May 18, 2017

  17. This garment is used to bring out your inner boi!

    Now, if you have “sausage” buttons, you are too fat to wear them.

    Comment by tnnsne1 — May 18, 2017 @ 4:41 pm - May 18, 2017

  18. If you use Google at all you’ll see many variations. Union suit patterns from the 1920s have fly fronts, back panels, no panels, no fly, are long, short, usually woven (though some were knit), tank style, adjustable waist bands, no waist band, plackets, snaps instead of buttons, some even had collars. What they had in common is the onesie design.

    What I don’t get is the Andrew Christian line of underwear. How gay does one have to be to spend that kind of money on, well, almost nothing?

    Comment by Ignatius — May 18, 2017 @ 4:50 pm - May 18, 2017

  19. Are those the hipster rompers with the flap in the back for easy meet and greet?

    Comment by Sandra — May 18, 2017 @ 4:55 pm - May 18, 2017

  20. @3, James, his real name is Michael Weiner.

    Comment by Pawfurbehr — May 18, 2017 @ 5:51 pm - May 18, 2017

  21. Joss Whedon has a history of saying, stupid ignorant things.

    So, does Trump. Who runs this country and stuff.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — May 18, 2017 @ 5:56 pm - May 18, 2017

  22. I’ll bet Joss Whedon’s mother would be glad she died 25 years ago if she knew what a douche bag Joss turned out to be.

    @21: CCP: it should be obvious by now that Trump doesn’t run the country anymore than BHO ran the country. The country is run by the “deep state” (which I interpret to mean the permanent bureaucracy – the people installed for life in every agency from the FDA, DEA, CIA, NSA, FBI, and the rest of the alphabet soup).

    It just seemed that BHO ran the country since his view of government aligns well with the bureaucracy’s view.

    While Chuck-You Schumer is a loathsome human being, he was skating close to the truth when he said, on TV, that the “intel community” can get back at someone six ways from Sunday.

    I can’t recall seeing the “intel community” on my November ballot. Was it an option on yours?

    Anyone that appreciates liberty should find that state of affairs unacceptable.

    Comment by KCRob — May 18, 2017 @ 6:55 pm - May 18, 2017

  23. 22. Just add a C to CCP. Kind of hard not to notice the subliminal.

    Comment by Lobogris — May 18, 2017 @ 8:44 pm - May 18, 2017

  24. Good one, Lobogris.

    Yes, I’m a communist who wants the U.S. government to take away all of your and my individual rights.

    The jig is up. You found me out.

    The country is run by the “deep state” (which I interpret to mean the permanent bureaucracy – the people installed for life in every agency from the FDA, DEA, CIA, NSA, FBI, and the rest of the alphabet soup).

    So, in your estimation, how did this happen.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — May 18, 2017 @ 11:12 pm - May 18, 2017

  25. Vince certainly supports the politicians whow favor expanded government and severe limitatons on individual rights. The California Democrats he adores are scarcely distinguishable from the Chavismo Socialists of Venezuela.

    Comment by V the K — May 18, 2017 @ 11:35 pm - May 18, 2017

  26. Jimmy certainly really loves pushing that narrative. He just can’t seem to make it stick though.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — May 19, 2017 @ 12:28 am - May 19, 2017

  27. CCP. The absolute best you should do is be here, in the US, when you and your Kameraden get what you want. It will be the only right thing to do.

    Comment by Lobogris — May 19, 2017 @ 3:19 am - May 19, 2017

  28. The absolute best you should do is be here, in the US

    My gut tells me that Trump is probably going to get through this just fine. And, even if he doesn’t, I don’t believe the left learned all the lessons it needed to from November. That is my main concern.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — May 19, 2017 @ 4:17 am - May 19, 2017

  29. As to why Whedon and Man Rompers go together somehow, in my mind:

    Perhaps the connection to Whedon is that like him, the fashion industry has no ideas.

    Good one. 🙂 I also would have accepted
    – Because Whedon probably would do something that stupid.
    – Because Whedon probably is that much of a baby.

    Comment by ILoveCapitalism — May 19, 2017 @ 11:39 am - May 19, 2017

  30. @24: CCP – it happened slowly as gov’t oozed into every nook and cranny of the body politic.

    As Ronald Reagan once said, “a government bureau is the nearest thing to eternal life we’ll ever see on this earth”.

    We The People let it happen. For every problem, real and imaginary, we demanded a gummint solution and politicians, eager to ride the gravy train, eagerly promised “solutions” at no cost (the bill being charged to people who don’t exist yet).

    That’s how tranny restrooms went from WTF a couple of years ago to a major, numero uno, cry havoc and let slip the dogs national emergency. We seem to be running out of real problems so now we’re making poop up as we go. (Actually, there are real problems but they’re icky and/or impolite to mention hence the making-it-up stuff.)

    That’s why smaller is better; smaller is easier to fix. The problem isn’t that the US is too big to fail; it’s big enough to fail and when it does – woof!

    Comment by KCRob — May 19, 2017 @ 7:17 pm - May 19, 2017

  31. Thanks for that.

    Comment by CrayCrayPatriot — May 19, 2017 @ 8:08 pm - May 19, 2017

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