July 25, 2007, - 3:15 pm

GQ “Patriotism”

I frequently give you updates and bulletins on the silliness and pan-jihadism espoused by the women’s mags your wives, girlfriends, sisters, and daughters read. But, actually, the “men’s” magazines espouse this Hate-America-First, Love-Islamism-Second mentality just as vehemently. I use the word “men’s” in quotation marks because I’m not talking the mags for red-blooded, straight men (like Stuff, Maxim, etc.). I’m talking the magazines aimed at men who think they are girls, like GQ, Esquire, etc. You know, the ones that keep telling men, every single season, that pink is in. Um, yeah, at the transvestite tutu club.

One of the worst offenders is GQ. The magazine really loves to warp the definition of patriotism. It loves to pervert it into the hatred of America and love of our enemies. Check the August 2007 issue, with, appropriately, left-wing girlie-man Matt Damon on the cover. A large headline next to his smiling mug is this one pictured below. You get the idea: Real patriotism is that purused by lawyers trying to help mass murderers escape Gitmo and plan new mass-murders against us, anew. As for the rest of us–who actually give a damn about American national security–we’re all Hitler and Eva Braun clones.
I’d put together a list of advertisers in this obnoxious magazine. But I already know that the men who read this site are real men, so they don’t patronize moisturizer products or buy pastel pink suits. (If you do, then you’re the exception to the rule.)

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8 Responses

I’m a gay man, and I hate that pansy-ass Liberal unpatriotic shit. But I love Deb’s website! LOL

cankelz on July 25, 2007 at 3:52 pm

One line in your post drew my attention and it made me think of an article in todays WaPo.
“…escape Gitmo and plan new mass-murders against us, anew …”
I am such a luddite and would do a link if I could, but on the front page was an article about a detainee at Gitmo who had resumed his Jihadi career after being released. I am always missing something but the article and the details therein were a little shaky/sketchy, though it does feed into your post.
BTW – I’ve been meaning to tell you that I tried the Salmon you suggested. An extremely notable difference, both visually and in taste. Even I couldn’t dry it out when I cooked it.

zyzzyg on July 25, 2007 at 3:54 pm

You are right on again.
No GQ, no Esquire, no pink clothes, neither shirts nor trousers, (only girls wear pants) no Matt Damon movies, no Brad Pitt movies, no George Clooney movies, and does it surprise anyone that Patrick Swayze starred as a drag queen? Even the trailers for that movie were embarrassing.

Rocky on July 25, 2007 at 4:07 pm

Whats GQ or Esquire? Never heard of em. Like Debbie said, I read real men’s mags like Maxim, Loaded, HP Pontiac and GM High Tech Performance. What real red blooded, gun toating, patriotic, KFC eating, hetero, proud to be christian men read.

RadicalRightWinger on July 25, 2007 at 4:13 pm

Debbie, you said above: “I’d put together a list of advertisers in this obnoxious magazine. But I already know that the men who read this site are real men, so they don’t patronize moisturizer products or buy pastel pink suits.”
Yes, I am, thank you, Debbie, for your confidence in us!

Floyd R. Turbo on July 25, 2007 at 7:16 pm

“My skin is soooo dry” and “I don’t have a thing to wear” are but two phrases you’ll never hear come out of my mouth. Furthermore, I have never watched a Matt Damon movie or read GQ. I’m more of a John Wayne and National Review kind of guy.
Matt Damon? I’d rather eat a whole bowl of tofu.

Southernops on July 26, 2007 at 1:33 am

Nda, Debbie,
I am gay, and true conservative, but must admit that your blog is crappy! Please do us a favor, do not blog anymore!

typexclusive on July 27, 2007 at 3:14 pm

My husband had has gotten GQ for years, and I’ve always had mixed feelings about it. There are some interesting articles. but I am tired of the liberal slant, the idea that men have a fashion magazine, and the cover models. OK. It’s a liberal magazine and oozes with left-wing ideology. The idea that a men should be keeping up with the latest trends is silly, and actually quite sick. Real men should be dealing with real issues and not be asking “are these jeans too tight?” (Hey, I do think people should look nice, but it’s quite redundant and frivolous going beyond that.) And the cover models. It doesn’t take much to be young and slutty, and yet that gets some of these people high acclaim.

I know. I live in a “modern” world and need to get with the times, when men are concerned about fashion and the latest celebrity gossip and who’s-who in Hollywood.
I guess I am a little too old-fashioned and intellectual for GQ.

rosie on September 26, 2009 at 6:50 pm

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