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They want to preserve the right to murder

Be careful of what you wish for, you just may get it.  According to Wall Street Journal blogger Steven Waldman, the Democrats have been wanting a fired-up religious left for quite a while.  Well, now that one is emerging, it seems they might not like what’s happening as a result.

In a recent post by Waldman, it appears Mr. Tony Campolo (a rather loud and obnoxious left-wing evangelist) happens to be sitting on the Democrat’s platform committee.  He and another left-wing evangelical (Jim Wallis)  are pretty adamant about making a stink to get the wording changed in the Dem’s platform to seek an reduction in abortions.

The now famous phrase “a woman’s right to choose” was created in the effort to get abortion laws passed — Dr. Bernard Nathanson, one of the founders of NARAL, says as they were brainstorming catch-phrases to spin off to the media, they were laughing at the “woman’s right to choose.”  But it stuck.  This is, after all, America, where “Freedom of Choice” is a watchword.

However, eventually Nathanson came to realize that all the abortions he was performing was the taking of a human life.  Strangely, even women I know who advocate legal abortions acknowledge that it’s MURDER. But they still advocate it because of the “10,000 women who died each year from illegal abortions.”

Problem: Nathanson confessed they lied their asses off to the media: That in 1972, only 39 women died in this country from illegal abortions. But NARAL was putting out false info in their press releases that 10,000 women had died from illegal abortions. They knew the media would suck it up. And they did.

Puffery. Lies. Deceptions. Nobody bothered to check the facts. And they still don’t. They just want to preserve the right to MURDER innocent babies based on lies published by NARAL (follow the money, folks – the abortion industry generates over $500,000,000 in business each year) and spun out to the ears of the Jane Q. Public by a lazy media who would not verify NARAL’s numbers.

You want choice? The choice happens when a couple chooses to have sex.  That’s the choice. 

Any other choice is this: “Do I give this baby the gift of seeing the light of day, or do I MURDER it?”

PS.  Here are some interesting observations about the topic

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Do we REALLY care?

Senator (first term US Senator) Barak “Ears” Hussein Obama is the presumptive Democratic nominee for the office of President of the United States.

People are comparing this guy to JFK.  Sorry.  No comparison.

JFK was a US Congressman for six years before he served six years as a US Senator.  This after seeing combat in the second World War as the skipper of a PT Boat.

Barak Ears Hussein Obama has been a US Senator for less than three years – with a year and a half of that spent prepping for his presidential bid.  Before that he served in the Illinois state senate for seven years.    (OOoooo.  Can’t you just feel the leadership?)

JFK put his life on the line in the Solomon Islands when skippering a PT boat during WWII, earning a purple heart (a REAL purple heart, Senator Kerry) and in 1944, a presidential medal of freedom.  He was a member of the Rotary Club, the Fraternal Order of Eagles, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association.

Barak Ears Hussein Obama has an unknown background in which he claims he was never a practicing Muslim.  But when pictures of the man start surfacing with him wearing a Islamic garb and his half-brother is saying that at one time, the man fully participated in Islamic services, one must wonder if the Junior Senator from Illinois is telling the truth.

We do know that the Senator from Illinois attended a church that was primarily interested in things African, not things American.  In fact, the leader of said church was unabashedly anti-American.

Some claim Barack “Ears” Hussein Obama was a college professor on Constitutional Law.  Sorry.   A “lecturer” on Constitutional Law does not make one a professor.

And then comes his qualifications to serve under the requirements set forth in the Constitution. This is yet another issue the main stream press is totally ignoring. It may be quite true that Barak Hussein Obama is not qualified, constitutionally, to serve as President of the United States.  He was born of parents who were not living long enough in the United States (in keeping with the laws on the books at the time) to qualify the young Obama as an official citizen.

But where it the media on this?

Nowhere.

I could go on, buy why?  Why?  It does not seem that anyone really cares. We know for sure that the mainstream media DOES NOT CARE about this man’s deceptions. They just want anybody – – ANYBODY – – who does not have an “R” after his or her name to be elected President of the United States. 

I’m certainly not enamored with the Republican Party, but I am even less-thrilled with someone who his “minimally” qualified (at best) to step into the role of “leader of the free world.”

I guess the real question is, “Do we really care anymore?” Does anyone really care just WHY the USA became its own independent nation and separated itself from England?

When one observes the reporting from the main stream media, the answer is “apparently not.”

 

 

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A little prediction of a nation divided . . .

I find it rather unsettling that GWB wants to split the nation of Israel and give 1/2 to the “Palestinians.”  Split the nation in half?  I recall a particular passage many refer to as Matthew 7:2, which reads, “”For with what judgment you judge, you will be judged; and with the measure you use, it will be measured back to you.”

Then there’s that little matter of Genesis 12:2-3, which reads

I will make you a great nation;
I will bless you
And make your name great;
And you shall be a blessing.
I will bless those who bless you,
And I will curse him who curses you;
  [emphasis added]

Now if I recall, that’s a little quote from God.  No loquacious sort, that God.

A little prediction from little ol’ me:  GWB wants to divide the nation of Israel — physically; therefore God will return the favor and divide the nation of GWB.  Physically.

Not fun times ahead for a particularly well-known North American country if GWB continues on with this crazy little idea.

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Just spin the election fraud away

Remember back in the ’60’s when JFK was losing to Nixon in a close race – – and somehow, magically, a whole bunch of JFK votes just “appeared” in the middle of the night in Chicago?

Given the now-very-well-known input the M O B had in JFK’s campaign and Chicago’s notoriously squeaky clean political landscape, it’s only a snicker and a suppressed snort to suggest that somehow … just somehow … election fraud (No!) occurred.

Of course, the media lapdog reporters, dutifully doing the stories their editors want them to, can spin any such fraud right off the billiards table.

So it’s with a similar snicker and snort I read this piece by Gary Langer of ABC News on the mysterious reason that ALL the polls were so far off in New Hampshire.

Somehow … just somehow … ALL the polls were off. Way off. How could it be? ! ?

Before our memories get overrun by all the spin, think back 24 … 48 … 72 hours.

On primary day itself, the Daily Presidential Tracking Poll on the Rasmussen Poll’s own website told us “In New Hampshire, the final Rasmussen Reports poll shows Obama with a seven-point advantage over Clinton.”

The Evans-Novak Political Report, dated one day before the primary: “New Hamphire Predictions: Obama Blowout, Romney Rallying.”  A blowout!

And two days before the primary, the WMUR/CNN tracking poll in New Hampshire showed Obama at 39% with Clinton at 29%.

I listed just one article from each of the past three days — there are hundreds more, but you get the idea. Everyone from everywhere was polling Obama with at least seven points on the former first lady.

And now ABC’s Langer is telling us the polls were all wrong. Snicker. Snort. How come all the polls on the Republican side of the ballot were right on the money?  Repub polls accurate – Dem polls VERY far off.  Um, no.

I might consider Langer’s argument if it were just one or two polls that were off … but not all of them.

Ladies and gentlemen, I don’t believe for a moment that the polls were wrong. Granted, Slick Willy will wag his finger at me and insist I produce evidence, and he’ll have me — because I don’t have any. And Langer will sputter and choke as he tries to justify his job at as Director of Polling at ABC. But this primary smells to high heaven.

It smells an awful lot like Clinton’s “superior get-out-the-vote effort” (Langer’s words) was, in reality, getting votes out of thin air.

The king-makers want their leading lady at 1600, and two 2nd place finishes (especially the possibility of a 10-point deficit in New Hamphsire) was not going to put her there.  Besides, it would have been way too embarassing for their media-darling Bill, and WAY too much credibility for the junior senator from Illinois.

Engage the memory. Think back to JFK’s middle-of-the-night win with votes magically appearing in Chicago. And think back 24, 36, and 72 hours to when ALL the polls had Clinton coming in a distant second place. 

Mr. Langer can spin it however he likes (or however he’s told), but I don’t believe for a minute that the Dem polls were wrong while the Repub polls were right.  No, it’s something else that’s wrong.

Very wrong.

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Who the hell is Billy Clinton going to wag his finger at next?

Ever take a good look at Slick Willy? I mean REALLY watch him.  This guy is so self-absorbed it’s unreal. His massive internal fears manifest in his puffed up anger — which always makes itself known when he starts wagging that index finger of his. 

You know, the one Monica knows all about. In a biblical sort of way.

Check these out.  Tell me this fake ass son of a bitch isn’t trying to intimidate someone to back down and stop pushing him.  He’s caught and he knows it.

Slickster1_The Famous Lie This is the famous lie: “I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky.” Bah ha ha ha !!!! And people still believe things that come out of this asshole’s mouth? This sonovabitch was disbarred for five years in his home state of Arkansas for this.  Nobody but the lowest of the low ever disbarred. Does anyone remember this? What a JOKE!
 slickster2

Ya know, I’m not sure about the event, but it’s pretty damn obvious he’s trying to intimidate someone from going where he doesn’t want them to go.

slickster3Ah, yes … This one’s from the Chris Wallace interview on Fox News Sunday. Billy is so frickin’ insecure about his “legacy” that he loses it on national TV. Wallace is accused by the slickster of smirking, but Wallace later states he was just blown away by what was happening in front him — a former US President having a complete meltdown as he tried (emphasis on “tried”) to rewrite history in his attempt to make himself look better than he was. A total intimidation play. Sorry, Billy. It might be dramatic and it might make you feel better, but we see right through transparent dog shit when we see it.

slickster4This one is from November 18, 2004, during a very pro-Clinton ABC News prime-time special, “Bill Clinton: A Place in History.” Billy Boy was angrily wagging his finger at Peter Jennings (no conservative, he), accusing ABC of conspiring with Ken Starr to repeat every little sleazy thing about Clinton’s perjury and obstruction of justice. If you ever wonder who the true conspiracy theorists are, look no further than Billy Boy and Hillary.

slickster5Here the Slickster wags his fingers at voters in Iowa on November 28, 2007. He’s talking tough — and trying to make his wife look the perfect man for the job. If you let it, that finger might push you back into the corner (as Billy Boy believes it will) and you’ll vote Hillary — just so he stops wagging that thing in your face.

slickster7 November 27, 2007, Billy Boy stumps in Iowa for his wife …. sort of. At one stump speech he spoke more about himself than his wife. In ten minutes time, this self-centered sonovabitch talked about himself 94 times, but talked about his wife *for whom he was campaigning* only 7 times. He’s wagging that Monica-stained index digit to push people back as he CLAIMS he was against the war in Iraq from the start. That is, except when he was for it.

According to the NYTimes, the Slickter said “Even though I approved of Afghanistan and opposed Iraq from the beginning, I still resent that I was not asked or given the opportunity to support those soldiers.” I would feel reeeel sorry for this lying-ass sonovabitch, but what I really want to say is “BillyBoy! It’s not hard!  Grow a back bone, stand up and say, ‘Hey! –I’m here for you!'”

The insecure little boy from Arkansas can’t seem to get in his head that he has been President of the United States. As undeserving as he was to hold that title, he still held it. So why can’t this self-absorbed bastard find peace? Will he ever stop and accept himself as he is?

Doubt it.

And, as a result, he’s going to wag his finger at people in his effort to intimidate them.  For what? Grow up, Slickster!

Bahhh — it’s so much hot air.

The only question remaining on this topic is, “Who the hell is Billy Clinton going to wag his finger at next?”

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Why Amerika is no longer America

The dream is gone.

 Over the last century, the elitists have been chipping away at the fiber of the American spirit. What we have now is a pile of lint. The Constitution? Mere paper. The elitists have found their ways to circumvent it.

Rule of Law? A thing of the past. Presidential Directives override laws created by Congress. Federal and state governments selectively choose which laws they will enforce–and which they will ignore.

We have students pledging allegience to the MEXICAN flag, while reciting a pledge to the US flag is deemed illegal by a US court.

We have Muslims telling us they’re going to cut off the heads of Britney Spears and Madonna if they don’t convert to Islam, and that’s okay. But we’re asking for World War III if anyone utters a bad word about Muhammed.

For example, take the Muslims killing Christians IN NIGERIA because someone IN DENMARK published a cartoon spoofing Muhammed.  We have WHACKOS defending this barbaric behavior, yet Kathy Griffin tells Jesus to “Suck it” and when people say they’re offended, she tells them to get a sense of humor. At WORST her speech is edited so the “offending” statement is not aired on Television.

We can’t have any kind of Christian prayer in school because of the “ALLEGED” separation of church and state, but now the Muslims are getting special rooms for prayer mats, are allowed to pray five times a day AT SCHOOL, and also get special accomodations for foot bathing.

We have Amerikan-based companies manufacturing their goods in Chinese sweat shops while almost all manufacturing has disappeared from between our shores–along with hundreds of thousands of jobs.

 By more than 2:1, the citizens of this country disapprove of how the President AND how Congress are doing their jobs.

We have career politicians–who make their living by grandstanding–telling a 4-star general he’s a failure, and advising him how to do his job.

We have waiters and office workers getting fired for putting themselves at risk in their attempts to save others.

You may think I’m just focusing on the negative.

In this post, yes, I am.  While I’m as positive and results-focused as can be in my day-to-day interactions, I’m also a REALIST, and I’m tired of being played as a pawn.

What do I mean? Watch this 14-minute interview with filmmaker Aaron Russo:

Amerika is no longer the America I thought I grew up in. And that’s REALLY sad.

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Have our legal experts become blind, or are they intentionally stupid?

The cross in the Mojave Desert has now been deemed unconstitutional.

WABOS. According to the AP story, the cross was built by WWI veterans in 1934. The land becomes part of a national preserve in 1994. Amazingly, it’s suddenly unconstitutional. An endorsement of religion. Have our legal experts become blind, or intentionally stupid?

Anybody care to look at a school textbook compiled by the principal of a New York City High School and printed by Harvard University in 1900?  The textbook, titled “Selections from the Bible: For Use In Schools” (see the digital copy on Google Books), was used in PUBLIC schools.

Published by Harvard.

Compiled by a Ph.D. High School principal.

Used in Public Schools.

Selections from the Bible.

What about records of Congress? In 1787, when delegates to the Constitutional Convention had been arguing and getting nowhere for weeks, Benjamin Franklin arose and addressed George Washington, president of the convention:

(NOTE: The following is taken from ThisNation.com, a fully accredited high school civics curriculum)

Mr. President,

The small progress we have made after 4 or five weeks close attendance & continual reasonings with each other–our different sentiments on almost every question, several of the last producing as many noes as ays, is methinks a melancholy proof of the imperfection of the Human Understanding. We indeed seem to feel our own want of political wisdom, since we have been running about in search of it. We have gone back to ancient history for models of Government, and examined the different forms of those Republics which having been formed with the seeds of their own dissolution now no longer exist. And we have viewed Modern States all round Europe, but find none of their Constitutions suitable to our circumstances.

  In this situation of this Assembly, groping as it were in the dark to find political truth, and scarce able to distinguish it when presented to us, how has it happened, Sir, that we have not hitherto once thought of humbly applying to the Father of lights to illuminate our understandings? In the beginning of the Contest with Great Britain, when we were sensible of danger we had daily prayer in this room for the divine protection. –Our prayers, Sir, were heard, and they were graciously answered. All of us who were engaged in the struggle must have observed frequent instances of a Superintending providence in our favor. To that kind providence we owe this happy opportunity of consulting in peace on the means of establishing our future national felicity. And have we now forgotten that powerful friend? Or do we imagine that we no longer need his assistance? I have lived, Sir, a long time, and the longer I live, the more convincing proofs I see of this truth–that God governs in the affairs of men. And if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without his notice, is it probable that an empire can rise without his aid? We have been assured, Sir, in the sacred writings, that “except the Lord build the House they labour in vain that build it.” I firmly believe this; and I also believe that without his concurring aid we shall succeed in this political building no better than the Builders of Babel: We shall be divided by our little partial local interests; our projects will be confounded, and we ourselves shall become a reproach and bye word down to future ages. And what is worse, mankind may hereafter from this unfortunate instance, despair of establishing Governments by Human Wisdom and leave it to chance, war and conquest.

I therefore beg leave to move–that henceforth prayers imploring the assistance of Heaven, and its blessings on our deliberations, be held in this Assembly every morning before we proceed to business, and that one or more of the Clergy of this City be requested to officiate in that service.

To this day, Congress opens its sessions with prayer.

How is it that the US Constitution was created “with prayers imploring the assistance of Heaven,” and the first Amendment to the Constitution tells us that Congress shall pass no laws prohibiting the free exercise of religion, yet a cross is deemed unconstitutional?

Don’t EVEN feed me that “establishment clause” crap. Use your heads. THINK. Engage your adult logic, not your parrot. Read for yourself snippets from the various state constitutions that were in place BEFORE the US Constitution was written.

THINK: Would representatives from these states (many of whom had been involved in writing their own state constitutions) design a federal constitution that was counter to what existed in their state constitutions?  Again: Read for yourself.

After you THINK, perhaps you will realize how twisted this land’s legal logic has become.

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