Monday, November 20, 2006

Make Love, Not War

wcbstv reported The Global Orgasm for Peace was conceived by Donna Sheehan, 76, and Paul Reffell, 55, whose immodest goal is for everyone in the world to have an orgasm Dec. 22 while focusing on world peace. "The orgasm gives out an incredible feeling of peace during it and after it," Reffell said Sunday. "Your mind is like a blank.

Sounds like a leftist mind to me. But would you not then want a cigarette, which would contribute to Lung Cancer.
It's like a meditative state. And mass meditations have been shown to make a change."

Allah Pundit blogged To jam the Islamofascist hate signal? To rain love vibes down on Darfur? To melt the icy heart of Kim Jong-Il with pure, concentrated bliss? Nah. To stop Bush from attacking Iran

Mark Noonan blogged Here we have such a large swath of leftism - the obsession with sex; the unwillingness to fight for what is right; the pointless gesture which won't change anything but makes a leftist feel good about himself, the worn-out attempt to outrage traditional morality, the psuedo-science of the half-educated...

If the people of the left, as a whole, would put half as much engergy in to real world activities as they do on self-absorbed claptrap like this, half the problems of the world would be solved in a week. A short message to the left: Get your head out of the clouds and do something useful today.

Mona blogged In these times of war in Iraq and Afghanistan, and worry about the situation in Iran as well as NoKo, it is important to do everything we can to bring about peace. But what, you might ask, can we little people do? What hard choices, what dread sacrifices can we make, to bring calm and harmony to a violence-torn world? Happily, and for those who have the mettle for it, there is this: In 33 days we can join with other concerned human beings worldwide, and, either alone or with the partner (including companion animals, let us not be speciests) of our choice, we can, er, feel the Earth move in unison. If not us, then who? If not now, then when?

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