Why You Should Love Kevin Spacey

I’m not talking to you right-wing, religious bigots.

I’m talking to you progressive, tolerant, religious bigots.

Be consistent, for crying out loud.

You must give Kevin Spacey a break.

Scratch that…

You must give Kevin Spacey an award!



Oscar-winning actor (Spacey) brought her son “drink after drink” and then groped his genitals at a restaurant bar in Nantucket, Massachusetts, in July 2016.

And this!

Over the course of about 20 seconds, centimeter by centimeter, Kevin crawled his hand from my thigh over toward my crotch.

I could go on.

But that should be enough to convince you to make Kevin Spacey your hero.

The poster boy for progressive, tolerant, religious bigotry!

Spacey is living true to his convictions.

“Love Wins”

 “Love is love”

You can’t invalidate Kevin Spacey’s feelings.

Everyone expresses love differently.

Who are you to judge?

Sure, there are laws against sticking your hand down a boy’s pants.

Those laws need to change.

It used to be illegal for dudes to marry other dudes.


Fortunately, you progressive, tolerant, religious bigots put an end to those hateful times.

Your incessant, sanctimonious lecturing helped erase the lines of discrimination.

Why are you redrawing those lines?

Are you going to suggest that rape is not love?

How arbitrary.

How restrictive and close-minded.

Grow up.

Kevin Spacey is a visionary.

Like Hugh Hefner before him, he is showing us the next level of sexual enlightenment.

(Remember what awful things people said about Hef?)

You progressive, tolerant, religious bigots MUST defend Kevin Spacey.

He is marginalized by narrow-minded people like me.

He is criticized by old-fashioned thinkers.

He is vilified for nothing more than loving differently than the rest of us.

Embrace Kevin Spacey.

Celebrate Kevin Spacey.

Love Kevin Spacey.

Isn’t that what Jesus would do?

10 thoughts on “Why You Should Love Kevin Spacey

      • mrsmcmommy says:

        It has been a hoot, Dave! I made a reference to the “order and meaning” in the Universe, and Ark kept asking me, “What order and meaning?”

        To make my point, I asked whether his comments contain any order and meaning–which, of course, he was too stubborn to answer. So, I told him that unless he can admit that his comments have order and meaning, there’s no reason for anyone else to read them…

        You can see the original exchange here: http://johnbranyan.com/the-most-important-machine-on-earth/#comment-19852

        • Dave says:


          Now I have to get all caught up…

          I have been spending too much time on Twitter and not enough in the blog these days. 🙂

          • mrsmcmommy says:

            Well, unless Ark decides to concede that I won that round, there won’t be much else to catch up on! He’s the only one with the lack of self awareness enough to keep coming around. The others seem to realize they have nothing to say.

          • Dave says:

            I still think that deep down, Ark is looking to believe.

            Perhaps he is trying to nail the minutia down to defend himself from the unbelievers once he “outs” himself.

            Acts 26:14 (ESV) And when we had all fallen to the ground, I heard a voice saying to me in the Hebrew language, ‘Saul, Saul, why are you persecuting me? It is hard for you to kick against the goads.’

          • John Branyan says:

            Yes. I’m certain that’s right, Dave.

            Ark’s obnoxious, sneering hypocrisy is masking a deep, thoughtful inquisitiveness.

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