Bloggers at the Daily Kos are having fun slamming the Values Voter Summit as a communist plot . We're told that VVS "in Russian, that would be BBC, which stands for Военно-воздушные силы or VVS -- Voenno-Vozdushnye Sily in the Latin alphabet. And that means in English ... SOVIET AIR FORCE!" Another felt a pamphlet from a group called "Modesty Matters" was insulting in how it blamed women for men's lustful thoughts, just like Islamic fundamentalist regimes: "There's probably a woman standing in line at Chick-Fil-A right now with her ankles showing, so I think you're going to have to print up another batch of pamphlets."
But that's just good fun compared to "Bill in Portland, Maine," who thought it would be wise to crack that there's really no difference between the Family Research Council and their movement-conservative attendees and a white-supremacist convention celebrating David Duke:
JEERS to the backsliders among us. The annual Values Voters Summit got underway today in the American heartland known as Washington, D.C. (I guess Kansas, Oklahoma and the Dakotas were all booked up.) It's an event where conservative sheeple-herders get together and lay out a clear agenda for taking America forward to the 1890s, thus proving that they not only suck at math but chronology as well. Meanwhile there's also a Stormfront convention going on at the same time in Tennessee. Here's how you can tell the difference between the two: one's a group of hate-filled extremists who harbor radical views and long for a cookie-cutter world where white men are white men and women and minorities know their place, and the other one's Stormfront.