In this video from last fall, it is apparent that Bart Stupak planned to vote for Obamacare all along, regardless of its provisions relating to abortion. Watch it and you'll see how he had already conjured up a convenient rationalization to justify his support. He is nothing but a complete and utter phony.
People of Michigan take note — and, in November, take action.
I'm sure many of you have seen these Hitler parody videos, which have been made about a great number of issues. This one concerns the global-warming scam. It's quite clean and, as far as comedic value goes, it has its moments. Enjoy.
While many wouldn't classify this GAP commercial as an "attack" upon Christmas, it certainly is an example of the demotion of it. It begins and ends with relativistic sentiments (using relativism is a more clever way of diminishing faith than overt attacks are) and lends credence to "Kwanzaa," that Festivus-like "holiday" originated by the brutal criminal-cum-college professor Ron Kerenga. Here are the lyrics:
Two, four, six, eight,
'Tis the time to liberate! Go Christmas!
Go classic tree, go plastic tree, go plant a tree, go without a tree!
You 86 the rules!
You do what just feels right!
Happy do whatever you wannakkah and to all . . . a cheery night!
Go Solstice? Give me a break. Hey, Sensitivity Police, I think you forgot a few people there. The are eight million religious/cultural/do-whatever-you wannakkah traditions in this naked world, and you wouldn't want to offend anybody, you know (except for the people whose culture you're destroying, but who is worried about them? They're not voting for the socialist, new-world-odor types).
This commercial is a good example of how moral relativism permeates every aspect of our society, something I've written much about. You "86 the rules" and "do what just feels right"? Yes, that's exactly what this society needs to hear. This should end well.
It's a funny thing, though, when I did what felt right to me and ignored the dictates of the politically correct puppeteers, the SPLC put me on their Hatewatch page. Well, I guess we can't expect relativistic leftists to adhere to their own principles — especially since they don't actually have any.
Anyway, I'm starting to think that "GAP" refers to something situated between two ears. And I guess they won't mind if what "feels right" to me is to avoid shopping at their stores.
Is Being Forced to Buy Health Insurance Constitutional? Pelosi Scoffs at the Constitution
In this video, a reporter actually decides to do his job and ask Nancy Pelosi what in the Constitution gives the federal government the right to force citizens to buy health insurance. Her response?
"Are you serious?! Are you serious?!"
That's what she said.
Well, it isn't surprising, as most of our politicians — just like the people, whom they reflect — are either ignorant of what the Constitution dictates or of why it's important to abide by it. And when it's the latter, it's usually accompanied by a contempt for this "200-year-old document."
This is tragic because it places all our rights and freedoms in jeopardy — even those we hold most dear. After all, the Constitution is the contract we Americans have with one another, and it is the guarantor of those rights and freedoms. Thus, what can happen if it's rendered impotent?
This is why you don't have to "love" the Constitution to be a constitutionalist. I myself would change certain things about our founding document if I could, but I understand that until and unless we do so through the amendment process, we must abide by the current rules of the game. Because if we don't, the game breaks down. Simply put, for a constitutional republic to last, we must accept the proposition that we should abide by its constitution.
Chris Matthews - "It's not a crime to call Al-Qaeda"
Chris Matthews is definitely the kind of man who could double his I.Q. with one serving of fish. Here he is addressing Major Nidal Hasan's terrorist leanings and what could have been done to prevent the Fort Hood massacre and says "It's not a crime to call Al-Qaeda." Well, it may not be, but it also isn't a crime to walk around with a Swastika tattoo on your forehead. Yet I can't imagine that a person doing so would last long in the military.
The army is not the civilian world. There is and absolutely should be behavior that disqualifies one from service, and Hasan should have been court-martialed for being a man of Jihadist passions. Then he should have been watched . . . closely.
As for Matthews, he's a good example of the intellectual vacuity that now characterizes the lamestream media.
Member of Major Hasan's Mosque: "I honestly have no pity for them [the Fort Hood victims]"
By Selwyn Duke
Here is a BBC interview with "Duane," a member of the Fort Hood shooter's mosque. A good example of the jihadist mentality harbored by some within our borders, he says that he won't "condemn" Nidal Malik Hasan because the murderer is a "brother."
In all fairness, the interviewer, Gavin Lee, points out that Duane's was a minority view at the mosque. Still, though, we have to wonder how many jihadist-minded Muslims there are in our nation. And how many others are sympathetic enough to remain silent?
An even better question is: How many leftists who facilitate anti-American movements and encourage the invasion of our nation are there?
Answer: tens of millions.
A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. — Marcus Tullius Cicero, 58 B.C.
Elderly Woman Persecuted for Expressing Christian Beliefs This is yet another story about an English Christian being persecuted for voicing her beliefs. In this case the victim is Pauline Howe, who received a visit from the police after writing a letter to local authorities expressing displeasure with a homosexual parade.
Free Speech is Dead in England - Conquered by Islam
Could you imagine being brought up on criminal charges simply for debating religion with a Moslem? Well, that's exactly what happened to the two English Christians featured in this news report.
After Ben And Sharon Vogelenzang engaged in a debate about faith with an Islamic woman, the latter complained that she felt "offended" by their beliefs. This led to the arrest of the couple, who now face a criminal trial on December 8.
Sadly, this is not that unusual in the U.K., as numerous Englishmen have been arrested for "hate speech," specious "racial offenses" or some variation thereof. In fact, I will shortly post a second video about another U.K. Christian who was persecuted for expressing her beliefs.
This should serve as a shot across the bow to all of us. Make no mistake, unless something upsets the apple cart (which is likely), we'll see hate-speech laws in the U.S. in the not-too-distant future.
Oh, would anyone like to hazard a guess on whether or not the Moslem woman in this case was arrested? Well, I guess all offense is equal, but some is more equal than others.
Radical Obama EEOC Chair Nominee Chai Feldblum in Her Own Words
So here we have another radical Obama underling, lawyer and college professor (surprise, surprise) Chai Feldblum. An avowed lesbian, she says in this speech that homosexual sex is "morally good" and that she wants to "revolutionize social norms." She also believes in polygamy, although she doesn't mention that "social good" in this video clip. Nah, nothing to worry about here. Just another beautiful day in the neighborhood.
Did I mention that she was nominated to be a commissioner in the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission? You know, that's the little federal bureaucracy that mandates invidious discrimination by pressuring privately owned businesses into instituting de facto racial quotas. I should also mention that among her accomplishments is having once worked for the American Civil Liberties Union and the pro-homosexual Human Rights Campaign Fund.
There is no word, however, on whether or not she admires Chairman Mao.