A forewarning: Some readers may find this to be a bit more disturbing than a lot of the crap I write and throw out there for your perusal. And, it would probably be better if you’re at least 18 years of age before reading this.
What the Hell? Here goes…
Necrophillia: in psychiatry means an erotic attraction to corpses.
In medicine, it means Sexual contact with or erotic desire for dead bodies.
And, in its derived form of “necrophilliac,” it means one who engages his/her desires with and for the dead.
Therefore, based upon the following quote Senate President Mike Miller made in November of 2006:
“We’re going to bury them face down in the ground, and it’ll be 10 years before they crawl out again.” – Senate President, Mike Miller, speaking of Maryland Republicans. (November 2006)
… I think Mike Miller is a necrophiliac.
Why else would anyone, Senate President or not, want to bury folks face down if not to ensure that doing so means they’re also buried ass up?
In fact, I think Mike Miller is a necrophilliac who on Friday, did in fact compare Maryland Governor Larry Hogan to Adolf Hitler by saying that for Hogan to make his claims that Democrats under former Governor Martin O’Malley raised taxes 40 or so times was comparable to Hitler’s “Big Lie” theory.
Of course, a bit later on Friday, Mike Miller than offered an apology for having pulled the Hitler card, by saying, “The purpose of my comment was to simply illustrate the absurdities of the attacks on Maryland’s economy. I truly apologize to anybody who was offended by my comments,”
He “truly” apologizes to anybody “who was offended” by his comments. Anybody – but no specific mention of Hogan in his apology now, was there?
Well, isn’t that big of him…
Throw a lie out there accusing the other guy of lying and then you can just apologize for having done so and go on your merry way?
I see how this works now.
To Senate President Miller and to anyone else who was offended by me saying I think you’re a necrophiliac, I truly apologize.
See what I did there – I took it a step further than did the Senate President by apologizing to both Mike Miller AND to anyone else I might have offended.
Larry Hogan is still owed an apology.