Ben & Jerry’s: Shills for Sodomy

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While the Muslim jihad crowd goes all around the world killing people, the left-wing jidrools at Ben & Jerry’s won’t let you have two scoops of the same flavored ice cream until Australia legalizes homosexual pseudomarriage ( ).

Oh, what sublime reasoning! See, if you’re not allowed to order two scoops of the same flavor on your ice cream cone, you will instantly understand and come round to believing in same-sex parodies of marriage.  Say the libs at Ben & Jerry’s, “This doesn’t even begin to compare to how furious you’d be if you were told you were not allowed to marry the person you love.” Because–oh, what wisdom! oh, what insight!–“Love comes in all flavors!”

(“I’ll take some incest flavor, please…” “Oh, pedophilia for me!” All flavors.)

First liberals gave a bad name to liberalism. That’s why they now call themselves “progressives.” They have also succeeded in giving a bad name to “smart” and “justice,” and now do it to “love.” When liberals use those words, you should know that something wicked this way comes.

I always felt an aversion to Ben & Jerry’s ice cream. Now I know why. If their ice cream’s as dirty as their ideology, it isn’t safe to eat it.

8 comments on “Ben & Jerry’s: Shills for Sodomy

  1. The insanity deepens: (warning: some language is a bit objectionable but the topic is sickening))

    . . . and then you can express your ‘Hallmark’ moment:

    Sodom and Gomorrah and the days of Noah have nothing on this perverse generation. Lord, help us!

    1. I think what I’ll do just now is work on my book instead of reading these.
      You know it’s coming, I know it’s coming, they’ve been working on it for at least 20 years–legitimization of pedophilia.
      And Ben and Jerry will be all for it. Guaranteed.

    2. A much better use of your time! – and your readers will much appreciate it 🙂

    3. That’s probably quite true.

      The “sexual revolution” of the ’60s and ’70s included some fairly extreme notions. I remember hearing a judge interviewed on a talk show, back in the day, and he stated that statutory rape laws were outdated and should no longer be enforced. The pendulum swung back in the other direction in the years following and such laws became stronger, but I wouldn’t be at all surprised to see some judge rule it all unconstitutional. If that happens, the “anything goes” days of the ’70s might seem tame by comparison. Keep in mind, there were no specific laws against child pornography until the mid ’70s.

      As to Ben & Jerry, everything I’ve ever read about these guys suggests to me that they are knee-jerk liberals that will get behind any cause that promises to place them in the spotlight before their liberal clientele.

    4. See the work the sages at Temple University have been zealously performing for the legitimization of pedophilia.

    5. I’m not surprised at all. Pedophilia\pederasty were common practices in the pre-Christian world, and pretty much everywhere else before Christianity came along. The negative views of pedophilia\pederasty is one of the last remnants of Christian morality that is still embraced by virtually all… so far. But as Christian ethics continue to erode, I think it’s only a matter of time before that changes. If anyone thinks it cant happen, well they would have thought the same thing of same-sex marriage just a couple of decades ago. In today’s society they base their morality, or lack thereof, on what’s socially acceptable or on public consensus. As such, there is no real standard. What’s wrong today can easily be accepted as right tomorrow.

  2. I haven’t bought Ben & Jerry’s in many years, ever since I found out that they fund a lot of left-wing causes, including but not limited to abortion and various homosexualist campaigns (they were early sponsors of gay “marriage”).

    I don’t buy Newman’s Own products for the same reason, although the Newman company isn’t quite as blatant about their support for leftist causes, usually saying merely that they donate some of their profits to “charities.” They don’t mention that two of their “charities” have been Planned Parenthood and Emily’s List. (I say “have been,” because I haven’t checked their list of “charities” in quite a while, but these were two that I saw when I did check.)

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