Hey Bina: Here’s one for Wanker of the Week

You just had to know this was coming, and now it’s arrived.  The right-wing demonization of murdered census worker Bill Sparkman begins:

Notorious homophobe Dan Riehl pre-emptively asks if Sparkman was a gay child predator, because he had an adopted son. He has no other evidence at all.

No, really:

asshole

Once again, right-wing douchebaggery sinks to a sleazy, slimy, shit-encrusted new nadir.

UPDATE: Really.

UPDATE II: Here’s last week’s Wankers of the Week in case you missed it.

11 Responses to “Hey Bina: Here’s one for Wanker of the Week”


  1. 1 Rob F Monday, September 28, 2009 at 5:59 pm

    The same “evidence” Riehl has against Sparkman can also be used against pretty much anyone else with adopted sons, such as John McCain and John Roberts Jr., the current Chief Justice of the United States. I wonder if Riehl riehlizes this. That fact that McCain and Roberts certainly aren’t the type of person that Riehl asks if Sparkman was shows how flimsy this evidence is and what a despicable act this is. It goes way beyond any sort of reasonable discourse to baselessly accuse someone of doing one of the worst possible crimes.

  2. 2 JJ Monday, September 28, 2009 at 8:21 pm

    Rob F – Yeah, exactly! Not only that, did you click on the Sadly No link? Riehl has no evidence of any wrongdoing by Sparkman, other than the fact that he’s an unmarried middle age guy… just like Riehl! :lol:

    Sometimes I wonder if these people ever read what they type, or if they just unleash a blast of keyboard diarrhea and then hit the “PUBLISH” button.

  3. 3 hemmingforddogblog Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 4:08 am

    I think their “logic” is that if you blame the victim for something (anything), it takes the spotlight off the original crime.

    BTW I think Michelle Bachmann ‘owns’ this..

  4. 4 Chet Scoville Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 5:19 am

    Throw lots of mud, see what sticks. It’s the oldest trick in the book. I don’t think it’ll work in this case, though; it’s just made Riehl look like a (bigger) creep.

  5. 5 Niles Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 1:24 pm

    With the word ‘fed’ inscribed on his body, the usual suspects can now claim the righteous anger of the lynching mob was merely the usual inability to spell by such ‘passionate’ folks. And they meant ‘ped’ or ‘pred’, not fed. And given the spelling samples out there on the internets from the teabag rallies, who wouldn’t believe that?

  6. 6 balbulican Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 2:35 pm

    Blazing Cat Fur has just reposted some asshole’s conclusion that a mercy killing has occurred because:
    – a teenage girl is missing;
    – her parents have “Muslim sounding names”, and are from Georgia, where ‘there are lots of Muslims”.
    – Although the parents have been actively, anxiously seeking her through media and police, they appear to the blogger to seem “somehow detached”.

    That’s it.

    When I suggested to Arnie that this was, perhaps, an odd approach to the pillar of our legal system usually referred to as the presumption of innocence, he testily informed me that such “PC” frivolity was irrelevant.

    Just once, I’d like these yahoos to explain coherently what their vision of the law and justice really is, beyond the shrill, ad-hoc, situational screaming they’re so fond of. It would be a nightmarish vision indeed.

  7. 7 JJ Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 4:45 pm

    SQ

    I think their “logic” is that if you blame the victim for something (anything), it takes the spotlight off the original crime.

    Or worse, makes it seem like the victim had it coming, so that whoever ultimately gets pinched for the crime will be regarded as not such a bad guy (or gal) after all… since he or she only did what any red-blooded merkan would do.

    If it turns out to be a teabagger-type person gone berserk, then Bachmann absolutely owns this. I believe in free speech, but if you’re going to use your free speech to spew paranoid propaganda and spiral the mental defectives into violence, then when it happens you own it. However…

    I somehow don’t think it will turn out to be teabaggers… right wing extremist for sure, but probably someone far more hardcore, and I’m still not discounting the possibility that they might be meth cookers. It doesn’t take much to make those guys spiral into violence.

  8. 8 JJ Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 4:48 pm

    Chet

    I don’t think it’ll work in this case, though; it’s just made Riehl look like a (bigger) creep.

    Today he’s one-upping himself — his newest post on the topic questions whether the victim was really hanged.

    Next up: “Is Bill Sparkman really dead?” and a claim that he was just seen at a carwash in Tuscaloosa.

  9. 9 JJ Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 5:01 pm

    Niles

    And they meant ‘ped’ or ‘pred’, not fed

    Quite possible :lol:

    Another thing: I haven’t seen any info about Mr.Sparkman’s political affiliation, if he had any. Although he sounds like far too decent a guy to have been a teabagger, it would be weird if it turned out that he was a registered republican. It’s possible — many republicans are extremely decent folks, horrified at the monstrosity that their party’s become.

  10. 10 JJ Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 5:34 pm

    Balb

    Although the parents have been actively, anxiously seeking her through media and police, they appear to the blogger to seem “somehow detached”.

    I bet they’re detached, they’re probably shocked stupid with fear. Detachment is a perfectly normal response to an idea that’s too horrible to contemplate, like losing a loved one — it’s the mind’s protective mechanism at work. Whoever thought that was reason for suspicion either doesn’t have much life experience or, well, there’s always the possibility that they’re an idiot.

    When I suggested to Arnie that this was, perhaps, an odd approach to the pillar of our legal system usually referred to as the presumption of innocence, he testily informed me that such “PC” frivolity was irrelevant.

    “Innocent til proven guilty” is political correctness run amok, indeed :roll: And to think these are the same twits who whine 24/7 about “fascism” and “totalitarianism”. Project much??

    Just once, I’d like these yahoos to explain coherently what their vision of the law and justice really is

    HAHAHAHAHA! You’re joking, right? ;)


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