Just when I think I heard it all, here comes another zinger! This time from planned parenthood, the home of abortions and high priced ceo’s.
In the latest comment from the Planned Parenthood that will undoubtedly have pro-life advocates rolling their eyes, the abortion business sent a message on Twitter today making the claim that abortion is sexy.
Pro-abortion activists supported the statement with glee, with @eniolaanna saying, “championing a woman’s right to decide WHEN & IF her body is shared & by whom is sexy.” Another twitter follower, @sara_moe agreed and said, “Independence & empowerment are sexy, & being prochoice is both to me.”
For the Goracle, watching a presidential campaign that isn’t focusing on his cash cow is too much for him to bear.
From the Daily Caller:
Though in recent years the climate change issue has disappeared from the forefront (and former Vice President Al Gore has found himself criticizing Democratic President Barack Obama for not being more aggressive on the issue), on Tuesday night’s coverage of the New Hampshire primary on Current TV, Gore insisted it should be part of the 2012 campaign.
“It should be in the presidential campaign,” Gore said. “And it is not at present. Not a single question was asked about climate in any of the numerous, multitudinous debates that these candidates have had. And yet in the year 2011, the United States of America had more than 12 climate-related disasters that cost over a billion dollars.
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INDIAN Muslims demand Salman Rushdie not be allowed to visit India
Hey, Muslims in India, India is a HINDU country. If you don’t like it, there’s an Islamic hellhole right next door where you should take your lazy inbred asses.
Read it all HERE.
New idiotic commercial I just saw on television. Subway commercial, trying to sell there sammiches, starring Mike Phelps. Sure, I am going to run out and just buy some sammiches because Phelps said so! Hahahahhahaa
The October al-Qaida video shows a light-skinned man handing out food to families displaced by famine in Somalia. But the masked man is not Somali, or even African – he’s a Wisconsin native who grew up in San Diego.
A handful of young Muslims from the U.S. are taking high-visibility propaganda and operational roles inside an al-Qaida-linked insurgent force in Somalia known as al-Shabab. While most are from Minnesota, which has the largest Somali population in the nation, al-Shabab members include a Californian and an Alabaman with no ancestral ties to Somalia.
“They are being deployed in roles that appear to be shrewdly calculated to raise al-Shabab’s international profile and to recruit others, especially those from the United States and other English-speaking countries,” said Anders Folk, a former assistant U.S. attorney who prosecuted suspected al-Shabab supporters in Minnesota.
Officials fear another terrorist attack in East Africa. Kenya announced on Jan. 7 that it had thwarted attempted al-Shabab attacks over the holidays. The same day, Britain’s Foreign Office urged Britons in Kenya to be extra vigilant, warning that terrorists there may be “in the final stages of planning attacks.”
More than 40 people have traveled from the U.S. to Somalia to join al-Shabab since 2007, and 15 of them have died, according to a report from the House Homeland Security Committee. Federal investigations into al-Shabab recruitment in the U.S. have centered on Minnesota, which has more than 32,000 Somalis.
At least 21 men have left Minnesota to join al-Shabab in that same time. The FBI has confirmed that at least two of them died in Somalia as suicide bombers. A U.S. citizen is suspected in a third suicide bombing, and another is under investigation in connection with a fourth bombing on Oct. 29 that killed 15 people.
The star of the al-Qaida video was Jehad Mostafa, 30, a Californian who handed out food using the name Abu Abdullah al-Muhajir, according to the SITE Monitoring Service. The Washington Post reported last year that Mostafa served as top lieutenant to Saleh Nabhan, a senior al-Qaida operative killed by Navy SEALs in a helicopter attack inside Somalia in 2010.
(surely the FBI could do something about somalis in our country to prevent them going back? how about sending ALL somalis in the USA back? And not allow any back into our country. Then round up ALL muslims in the USA and send them to somalia or yemen or north korea. And never allow any muslim raghead back into the USA)
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Romney Opens Up Massive 21-Point Lead In South Carolina
HUMAN EVENTS talked to Walker in an exclusive interview late last month, as well as to other members of Walker’s administration last week. Walker has fast become a hero to conservatives in his first year in office because he has pressed ahead relentlessly to enact fiscally prudent reforms to reverse a state budget deficit. At the same time and in equal measure, his forceful initiatives have elevated the former Milwaukee County Executive to something of a national hate figure for the Left.
An early morning stroll on Pinckney Street near the state capitol building here gives even a casual visitor a clear picture of this political warzone. “RECALL WALKER” bumper stickers and yard signs dot the left-wing neighborhood. A poster in an office window features the embattled Republican governor Scott Walker superimposed on a promo ad for The Godfather blares: “Walker: Morally Bankrupt.”
Walker’s place in the governor’s mansion is imperiled. National public employee unions, eager to make Walker an example that will keep other reform-minded governors in line, are pouring resources into the recall movement. They understand that if Walker survives and prospers, budget-busting public employee unions around the nation will face the greatest challenge in their relatively brief, but fabulously expensive, existence. The Left in general invested so much time, money, and emotion against Walker during the “fleebagger” incident—when Democrat lawmakers literally fled the state to shut down democracy—that his continued survival in office is an open wound, upon which every Walker success is a sprinkle of salt. Liberals who howled at the nightmarish evil of “Koch Brothers money” supporting Walker are curiously silent about international leftist billionaire George Soros funding anti-Walker websites and organizations through his Open Society Institute. One of these Soros operations, the “Wisconsin Values Budget,” urged closing a $3.6 billion state budget deficit with a billion dollars in tax increases. (As it is in most states, there are no rules or limitations on fundraising in recall elections).
In the first anniversary month of his inauguration as governor, the former Milwaukee County Executive has drawn widespread ire from liberals for propelling through the legislature landmark measures that would require most public employees in the Badger State to pay a greater share of their retirement benefits and that cut back on collective bargaining in the public sector. For those same reasons, Walker has become a symbol of positive reform for Republicans and all who want to see government powers limited and government spending brought under controlled. That is why his success in any recall election should be so important to conservatives around the country. He will face not only the massed opposition of the state public employee unions and every liberal organization in Wisconsin, but also the almost limitless resources of Big Labor nationwide and the propaganda that will be poured out by the liberal media who view Walker’s defeat as a great run-up to the reelection of Barack Obama in November.
The vicious animosity toward Walker became even clearer to me outside the Hilton Hotel, when I encountered a group of young people collecting signatures for a petition requesting an election recalling Walker. One of them, Elena Thistle, a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin, told me she became politically involved “when I took part in the protests outside the Capitol last year [as the legislature was enacting Walker’s reforms].”
“Walker took away worker’s rights,” claimed Thistle, in giving the reason she wants the governor recalled. “This is bad for jobs and bad for the environment.” When I asked how it is bad for the environment, she explained that by bringing up an unrelated controversy: how the governor “refused federal funding for a high-speed railway. We needed it so people would drive their cars less frequently, and he’s making public transportation unsustainable.”
“Welcome to the People’s Republic of Madison,” was how State Atty. Gen. J.B. Van Hollen greeted me later in the day.
In back-to-back interviews, Van Hollen and State Assembly Speaker Jeff Fitzgerald agreed that the governor’s political enemies will most likely get the 540,208 signatures they need to submit by January 13 to put a recall election on the state ballot this year. Both, however, voiced confidence in the eventual triumph of fellow Republican Walker.
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(again, a case of highly paid union goons and wealthy liberals ready to pay unions to hire people to sign their petitions and vote the way they want)
The record of President Obama’s first three years in office is in, and nothing that happens now can go back and change that. What that record shows is that President Obama, with his throwback, old-fashioned, 1970s Keynesian economics, has put America through the worst recovery from a recession since the Great Depression.
The recession started in December, 2007. Go to the website of the National Bureau of Economic Research (www.nber.org) to see the complete history of America’s recessions. What that history reveals is that before this last recession, since the Great Depression recessions in America have lasted an average of 10 months, with the longest previously lasting 16 months.
When President Obama entered office in January, 2009, the recession was already in its 13th month. His responsibility was to manage a timely, robust recovery to get America back on track again. Based on the historical record, that recovery was imminent, within a couple of months or so. Despite widespread fear, nothing fundamental had changed to deprive America of the long term, world-leading prosperity it had enjoyed going back 300 years.
Supposedly a forward looking progressive, Obama proved to be America’s first backward looking regressive. His first act was to increase federal borrowing, the national debt and the deficit by nearly a trillion dollars to finance a supposed “stimulus” package, based on the discredited Keynesian theory left for dead 30 years ago holding that increased government spending, deficits and debt are what promote economic growth and recovery. That theory arose in the 1930s as the answer to the Great Depression, which, of course, never worked.
That was the beginning of President Obama’s Rip Van Winkle act, pretending not to know anything that happened over the previous 30 years proving the dramatic, historic success of the new, more modern, supply side economics, which holds that incentives for increased production are what promote economic growth and recovery. Indeed, that Rip Van Winklism pretended not to remember the 1970s either, when double digit inflation and double digit unemployment proved Keynesian economics grievously wrong.
As should have been long expected, Obama’s trillion dollar Keynesian stimulus did nothing to promote recovery and growth, and almost surely delayed it. That is because borrowing a trillion dollars out of the economy to spend a trillion back into it does nothing to promote the economy on net. Indeed, it is probably a net drag on the economy, because the private sector spends the money more productively and efficiently than the public sector.
The National Bureau of Economic Research scored the recession as ending in June, 2009. Yet, today, in the 49th month since the recession started, there has still been no real recovery, like recoveries from previous recessions in America.
Unemployment actually rose after June, 2009, and did not fall back down below that level until 18 months later in December, 2010. Instead of a recovery, America has suffered the longest period of unemployment near 9% or above since the Great Depression, under President Obama’s public policy malpractice. Even today, 49 months after the recession started, the U6 unemployment rate counting the unemployed, underemployed and discouraged workers is still 15.2%. And that doesn’t include all the workers who have fled the workforce under Obama’s economic oppression. The unemployment rate with the full measure of discouraged workers is reported at www.shadowstats.com as about 23%, which is depression level unemployment.
The Census Bureau reported in September that more Americans are in poverty today than at any time in the entire history of Census tracking poverty. Americans dependent on food stamps are at an all time high as well.
Real wages and incomes have been falling so steadily under Obama and his confused, throwback, Keynesian/neo-Marxist Obamanomics, that the Census Bureau also reported that real median family income in America has fallen all the way back to 1996 levels.
Obama apologists cannot argue that this is because the recession was so bad, because the historical record in America is the worse the recession the stronger the recovery. Based on historical precedent, we should at worst be finishing the second year of a booming recovery by now.
The American economy will likely show continued, long overdue, signs of life in 2012, which will amount to way too little, way too late, based on historical standards. But even worse than his first term is what Obama is brewing up for 2013 on his current course.
Read more HERE.