You know One Million Moms, right? That’s the creepy group of busy-bodies on Twitter with about 2000 followers. I guess, by their calculations, that equals 1 million.
These are the same meddling crazies who went ape shit when JCPenney hired Ellen as their spokesperson — and tried to conjure up a boycott of JCPenney because….gasp!!….Lesbian!
That boycott attempt resulted in increased sales for JCPenney.
…….. Then the inimitable Ellen responded, resulting in even further increased sales and confirmation that One Million Moms’ is comprised of petty little hateful minds, of which there certainly are not even One Million.
Shortly after that, this creepy-crawly organization’s Facebook page disappeared. That’s a big Boo Effing Hoo.
You would think that with 2,236 followers on Twitter as opposed to Ellen’s 17,127,772 followers, “One Million” Moms would get the drift that nobody is much all interested in their hateful bullshit plucked from their hyper-dirty minds. But such is the silliness of the Religious Right.
In fact, it seems that the vast majority of times One Million Moms calls for a boycott, the company they are after does better than they did before these busy-bodies noticed them. Truly, these companies should send them a check for increasing their business. In other words, One Million Meddlers have about as much pull as a rubber band. But that doesn’t stop them from providing entertainment, because it seems that One Million Moms has found a new horrible, dangerous Problem.
The Geico Pig. Yes, that’s right. The Geico Pig.
They say this commercial promotes bestiality.
Now I know that all of you instantly think about wanting to make it with a barn animal every time you see that ad, right? Okay, maybe not you. Maybe just One Million Moms. You have got to figure it takes an especially depraved, perverted and filthy mind to crave bestiality after watching that commercial, hey? Well, One Million Moms doesn’t let us down when it comes to filling that gap:
One Million Moms has received numerous complaints because Geico’s new commercial plays with the idea of bestiality. Parents find this type of advertising repulsive and unnecessary. Airing a commercial with an animal in it will surely grab children’s attention, but this is a horrible commercial for families to see.
Wow. Numerous complaints! From each other I am sure. All ten of you. If you think your kids are lusting for a date with a barn animal after seeing that commercial, then I just know they are in trouble emotionally in about One Million other ways under your leadership.
Perhaps somebody should ‘splain to these crackpots that Maxwell is a….um……character who isn’t real. Even their pre-basket-case sheltered children know that. Ah………nevermind. You can’t fix stupid. And you certainly can’t fix Insane. Although some of us have dated some two-legged pigs who certainly were not an improvement over Maxwell……Perhaps some of these One Million Moms married them and have been living in a state of paranoia ever since. Still, it’s kind of fun to watch them pull their hair out every now and then. My only concern is we are going to have the pay the medical bills in the future for what they are doing mentally to their kids.
If you aren’t convinced that these people are batshit-crazy, then consider why they keep drumming up boycotts that companies ignore and consumers not only ignore, but get pissed off over, resulting in a trip to spend money at the very place One Million Moms wants to punish. I’ll bet every one of the these obsessed zealots voted for Rick Santorum in the 2012 Primaries too.
But do remember that One Million Meddlers’ work is never done. Just recently, dozens of massive companies, including Alcoa, Ebay, Intel, Morgan Stanley and Apple, have publicly supported …..shiver….. Teh Gay Marriage–joining in on Supreme Court arguments to overturn California’s outrageous Proposition 8. Get busy “One Million” Moms! I’m sure the SCOTUS wants to hear you spew invectives and watch you pull your hair out from the roots.
Every time I read something else about this group, I cannot help but think of the original (not the mediocre remake) Stephen King movie, Carrie –and then I wonder which one of them would play Piper Laurie’s part best. If Carrie’s Mother were around today, she surely would follow them on Twitter.
For your viewing horror, I bring you a suitable part for one of the One Million Moms: