Friday, September 4, 2009

Who is More Like Hitler: Obama or Ginny Maziarka?

Sorry for again violating Godwin's Law, but Ginny Maziarka's continued insistence that Obama=Hitler is so amusing, I just can't help myself.

I think we need to take a hard look at this question: Who is more like Hitler: President Obama or Ginny Maziarka?

The evidence that Obama = Hitler is pretty convincing. Consider: they both have brown hair, two syllables in their first name, and are taller than 5'5" yet shorter than 6'5". If that isn't evidence enough, consider that both men celebrated Christmas, wear glasses, give flowers to their wives, and so on. Srsly, folks, you don't have to be a dining room table to make the connection.

But, indulge me, as we consider the possible similarities between Hitler and Ginny Maziarka.

Hitler, as you might recall if your teachers weren't prevented from mentioning the existence of gays in your history classes, persecuted gays throughout Nazi Germany. In the 1920s, before the rize of Hitler and the Nazis, gays enjoyed freedoms and liberties throughout Germany. But then Adolf showed up, who believed that homosexuality was "degenerate behavior" which posed a threat to the capacity of the state and the "masculine character" of the nation. Sound familiar?

Hitler's Nazis then launched its purge of homosexual clubs in Berlin, outlawed sex publications, and banned organized gay groups. The Nazis also publicly burned the library of the Institute of Sex Research, which contained pro-gay materials. Sound familiar?

The Nazis also denounced gay men as "enemies of the state" and charged with "corrupting" public morality and posing a threat to society. Sound familiar?

So, I ask you, who is more like Hitler? President Obama, who dares speak to kids about staying in school and wants to ensure all citizens have health coverage, or Ginny Maziarka, who wants to rid West Bend of anything gay-ish. I report, you decide.


  1. As I said earlier as well... The Nazi's also liked labeling things (Jews with the Star of David) and putting them in their own sections (concentration camps), just like Ginny.

  2. Wow, Ginny posts one of every 10 comments I submit to her blog. Ginny - I'll fly you and your family to Orlando for vacation if you agree to debate me downtown at old settlers triangle. You, me and TV cameras. You down?

  3. Yeah, and now I've been "put on probation for trolling" at WISSUP. All I've done is try to point out some inaccuracies. I honestly don't understand why she even allows comments, if she won't (a) respond directly to any legitimate requests for clarification/explanation, or (b) won't allow any (respectful) dissenting opinions.

  4. Ginny thinks any comment that doesn't buy the line of crap she is selling is disrespectful. I have a screenshot of some of the comments she has deleted - things as horribly disrespectful as "The 2nd open challenge has been issued: Please explain your objection to the completely non-sexual "Heather Has Two Mommies", and tell us what you want the library to do with it."

    Pretty tame, huh? It's not like the person called her a fat homophobic Nazi bookslut. Which she totally isn't, and it would be totally wrong to call her that.

  5. Ha, and she just posted this:

    " West Bend Citizen Advocate said...
    Dan: The rules are as stated. Interject my own personal preference to throw in something humorous, such as your comment, and there you have it. I know it's your desire to "Keep the Pressure On," but hey, you're a creative guy. Start a blog and enjoy. The ska's the limit!"

    She includes some comments about my past (I ran a ska record label for a while and one of the compilation CD's was called Keep The Pressure On. She found a mention in a 13 year old Milwaukee Journal story). I suppose this is meant to scare me? Ginny you knowing about me doesn't scare me in the slightest. Email me and I'll give you my life's story if you want it. What scares the shit out of me though, is you and your witch hunts. They won't go unchallenged.

  6. Slow Saturday morning...

    Think we can get this to be held in West Bend next year?

  7. I am impressed with Ginny's abilties:
    On her site, she posts a letter from From Pat Herdrich, West Bend School District Superintendent sent Wednesday, September 02, 2009 To the Leadership Team regarding Obama programming.

    So, she has connections and sympathizers within the district.

    The district (government entity #1) caves to Ginny and other conservatives' concerns and censors a FED (government entity #1) message about doing well in school without even acquiring a 1,000 signatures from parents of students in West Bend. She has no kids in West Bend Public Schools!

    Too bad for the parents who want their kids to see the video live. Ginny and the conservatives, the majority according to Ginny) have spoken.

    She thinks the kids are Pavlov's dogs and Obama is going to charm them and recruit them in an 18 minute speech. Wow, is she scared of this man. But why? The Republicans will have a white guy married to a black lady running for president next time.

    Still, this is great. Now the teachers are under no obligations to run any speech for a student audience by any president of any political affiliation.

    Thank you, Ginny, for protecting the children!

  8. And Ginny says..."So what? This is my town."

    September 7, 2009
    Laura Bush defends Obama school speech
    WASHINGTON (CNN) — Former first lady Laura Bush is defending President Obama's decision to address the nation's school children, telling CNN Monday that it is "really important for everyone to respect the President of the United States."

    The Wall Street Journal
    Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said he agreed with a opinion piece by his daughter “in which she said if the president gives a speech as a parent to students to encourage them to learn and stay in school it is a great thing for him to do.”

    Gingrich said it was good for President Ronald Reagan to address the issue, as it was for President George H.W. Bush. “I’ve been communicating with [Education Secretary] Arne Duncan and the team at the Department of Education and I believe this is going to be posted. People are going to see it in advance. It’s going to be a totally positive speech and if that’s what it is, then it is good to have the president of the U.S. say to young people across America: ‘Stay in school. Study and do your homework. It’s good for you and good for America.’”

  9. this was the dumbest thing I have read today! small minded people humor me! typically WEST BEND!