Landing Spacecraft on Comet 300 Million Miles Away Overshadowed by Politically Incorrect Shirt

Good news, bad news, good news regarding mankind’s final frontier. The good news — in light of Obama having devoted NASA to Muslim outreach and hysterical Marxist propaganda — is that Europe has picked up where the USA left off, demonstrating what the human race is capable of by landing a spacecraft on a comet 311 million miles away that is only 2.5 miles wide and travels at up to 84,000 miles per hour. The bad news is that this achievement was completely overshadowed in the minds of moonbats by a politically incorrect shirt worn by one of the triumphant scientists:

A number of the scientists involved on this incredible project were interviewed in the hours leading to contact by Nature Newsteam. One of those Rosetta scientists was Matt Taylor, who chose to dress, for this special occasion, in a bowling shirt covered in scantly clad caricatures of sexy women in provocative poses.

Compounding the incorrectness, the provocative poses involve brandishing firearms. He was given no slack for having received the shirt as a gift from a girl.

Taylor’s personal apology doesn’t make up for the fact that no one at ESA [European Space Agency] saw fit to stop him from representing the Space community with clothing that demeans 50 percent of the world’s population. … This is the sort of casual misogyny that [quack quack quack…]

The staggeringly impressive landing of Philae on the comet is summed up with the snarky phrase, “That’s one small step for man, three steps back for humankind.”

Now back to the good news. Taylor didn’t just apologize; he sniveled, groveled, and nearly cried:

“I made a big mistake and I offended many people and I am very sorry about this,” the scientist, Dr. Matt Taylor, said during a press briefing, choking back tears and struggling to speak.

Dr. Taylor appears to be truly repentant, and would seem to require only a short stay in Room 101. More importantly, ESA may be able to continue its exploration of space, rather than rededicating itself to female outreach — assuming that the cringing apology sits better with feminazis than it did with John C. Wright, who writes,

The issue is this: The termagants, bullies, and harridan harpies who vexed this weakling to the point of tears, on the day which was his triumphant crowning achievement and should have been the happiest of his life, they are not modest Christian women objecting to a tasteless shirt, nor are they scientists worried that their profession create a dignified public appearance.

The harpies crap on the feast. That is their role. That is who they are.

They are filth, pure and simple. Don’t give them any cover or concealment by making their madness sound sane.

If you thought his shirt was tasteless, then land a flying interplanetary probe on your own comet first, jerkmouth, and you can wear a godzilla-dam mothra-flocking neon TUXEDO with saint Catherine wheel epaulettes and twin buttock rockets up the tails for your news conference, if you like. Until your accomplishments in life match his, shut your odious, oleaginous, obnoxious trap.

Imagine how horrified moonbats would be if intelligent life were discovered in space, but it failed to conform to current liberal ideology.

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Dr. Taylor wearing his thought crime.

On tips from Aaron S. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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