Jesse Griffin Can’t Help Himself
To begin with, Stacy highlights a minor fleck of garbage a much larger dropping of human waste chucked up in a post in which he also tries to slink away. Trust me, he won't. The Jesse Griffin story is advancing as I type. If Griffin doesn't yet know that, he soon will.
And so will you loyal readers – a bit more on that below. As for Stacy, I invited him into this because I needed a hand on the research after Jesse ticked me off with his rumor mongering. Ask Stacy how much I paid him. LMAO That should be good for a laugh.
As for the research, people know my MO, that I've been doing it for years. Now they tell me I should be getting paid????? I wish I had known that five years ago, I could retire from blogging and open up a lemonade stand as a way to expand my profits.
Alright, let's move on. And, yes, Griffin is trying to slink away.
My question is. who pays for this? Who sent money to the websites that attacked me to spend so much time trying to cut and paste bit and pieces of four year old posts together in an effort to "prove" I am a bad guy?
By the way, for future consideration, I will not be allowing comments that talk about the "other" websites to get through.
I do not want them to be attacked, or argued with. Just let them be. We will never convince them of anything, and all you are doing is driving their hitpoints up.
Namaste my friends.
Nice try, Jesse. But you don't get to ring the bell to end the fight in this one. There are no referees's arms for you to flee into, no corner to crawl up in and hide. But you'll likely find that out for yourself this week. I'm not done with you and I'm not alone. More on that another day as it isn't good Sunday fare. Griffin only warrants a post today because Stacy picked up on him. But something else Griffin wrote this weekend also caught my eye. Read it. There is a test of sorts below.
(Jesse Griffin) Trig is only around sixteen months old, yet Palin has no problem thrusting him into a discussion about elderly care. That is even less of an appropriate place for little Trig to be than when he was trotted out on stage, in front of bright lights and television cameras, during the McCain campaign.
Sarah Palin has used this heartrending diminutive prop with such careless abandon, that even people who once supported her are embarrassed at her apparent disregard for the well being of this baby.
Leaving behind all of the questions about Trig's parentage, the question we must now ask ourselves is how well is he currently being cared for?
I believe that many people have very powerful concerns for this child.
We see him trotted out when Sarah wants to make a political point, or create the warm motherly image for the cameras, but who cares for him while there are no cameras to record the event?
… But every time we see Trig and Sarah together, it is clear that Sarah is well aware of the photographers. She is usually all gussied up and ready for her close up. And even in those moments how warmly does she interact with this child?
More and more it appears that this little one is nothing more then(sic) a shield against criticism and a prop for the photographers. I wonder if she even picks him up without a photographer to capture the event?
Hey I am just asking.
Before I start, how many reading coaches don't know the difference between than and then, as it seems is the case with Griffin in that next to the last graph? And that's only one of many grammatical errors Griffin often makes. Some reading coach. But I digress.
Now here's the test and, yes, I'm quite serious. Could anyone who professes to have the type of love in their heart that compels one to work with and be around children all the time for good purpose ever conceive of thinking such things of a mother and her young Down's Syndrome baby for no reason? And not only that, go on to write them on a well known hyper-sexual political blog within the state? Is such a thing really plausible, if even possible?
No. No, sorry folks. Obviously there are far darker sources of inspiration driving Jesse Griffin in the two compulsions he has. One of them is gravitating toward children, even to the exclusion of having any time for adult friends, while trying hard to convince everyone of what a kind-hearted noble creature he is, caring more than most about children – and often at risk. Another way of saying "at risk" is vulnerable, by the way.
And when not doing that? He's spewing misogynistic, sexually explicit, hate-filled rhetoric in his writings on the Internet compulsively aimed at destroying a woman and an innocent family any objective observer would have to conclude is first-rate.
Do you really believe that such passions could be both conceived and compulsively indulged in by a personality anyone would ever describe as caring, or altruistically inclined, let alone healthy? Can any normal person disagree with anyone politically so much that they abandon all sense of civility, self-respect, humanity, dignity and class … as a break away from a kindergarten class? Folks, it just can't be so – certainly not within the context of what could be called a healthy mind. It's simply too much of a reach. Only a very fractured mind can bridge a gap like that as a function of personality.
No, sorry – it's a very simple test applicable to anyone. And on every count, Jesse Griffin comes up a failure straight-up. There is something very troubling about this man-boy Jesse. But you don't have to take my word for it. Just read the words that he writes himself. It's all there.
I'm not done with Jesse Griffin, more this week. I had considered moving on depending on some other related events. But reading his item on Trig and Sarah from this weekend I quoted above - it's not quite time to forget about Jesse Griffin, not just yet. Stay tuned.
Now, have a lovely Sunday afternoon and forget about the cesspool that is Jesse Griffin. It's easy, really. We all but instinctively turn our minds away from an ugliness like that, even if it comes in an allegedly human form.