Saturday, November 15, 2008
Apparently the daily, extreme Leftwing lunacy she spouts on her website isn't enough for Ms. Huffington, now she's comparing the GOP to a "rogue country"? This from a rich, liberal elitist who just stepped her odorous feet in America a few years ago.
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What's going on with the state of parenting in this country when people are rushing to take advantage of a loophole in a safe-haven law to abandon their own kids, some of whom are teenagers:
The mother was running out of more than patience when she abandoned her 18-year-old daughter at a hospital over the weekend under Nebraska's safe-haven law. She was also running out of time: She knew that state lawmakers would soon meet in a special session to amend the ill-fated law so that it would apply to newborns only.Ok, change the law, but that won't cover up the fact that 33 children were abandoned by their parents.....a desperate cry for help or grown adults willing to fore go the responsibility of raising their kids? Either way you'd think child advocates would be alarmed by the big picture here, in other words the likelihood that most of these abandoned kids probably came from single-parent households. I bet most were.
"Where am I going to get help if they change the law?" said the mother, who lives in Lincoln and asked to not be identified by name to protect her adopted child.
To the state's surprise and embarrassment, more than half of the 33 children legally abandoned under the safe-haven law since it took effect in mid-July have been teenagers.
But state officials may have inadvertently made things worse with their hesitant response to the problem: The number of drop-offs has almost tripled to about three a week since Gov. Dave Heineman announced on Oct. 29 that lawmakers would rewrite the law.
With legislators set to convene on Friday, weary parents like the Lincoln mother have been racing to drop off their children while they still can.
On Thursday, authorities searched for a 17-year-old girl who fled an Omaha hospital as her mother tried to abandon her. Her 14-year-old brother was taken into state custody, health officials said.
Child welfare experts said the late deluge of drop-offs was probably inevitable. After all, they said, some date had to be picked to begin changing the law.
The liberal press won't say it, but it's common knowledge amongst conservatives that children and adolescents are affected when their parents divorce or when they're born out of wedlock. Indeed, children from single parent homes are seven times more likely to go to jail, use drugs and/or be unwed mothers or fathers. It's not to say that children of single parent can't overcome these statistics and succeed in life, just that the chances are much, much less. The best hope for kids? Being raised in a traditional household where both the mother and father are present and involved with their kids lives. With single-parent households continually on the rise, the need for traditional marriage becomes even more essential.
Friday, November 14, 2008
Birthplace: Bronx, NY
Claim To Fame: New York State Assemblyman
Why He's Conservative of the Week: for his refusal to back any Democrat candidate who will allow an initiative on gay marriage onto the floor of the State Senate. Senator Diaz Sr. who also happens to be a Pentecostal minister, is threatening (along with fellow Assemblymen Carl Krueger and Pedro Espada Jr.) to caucus with NY Republicans on the issue if current liberal Democrat minority leader Malcolm Smith brings it to the floor as Smith has said he will do.
With gay marriage having just been approved in neighboring Connecticut and with a governor who has publicly supported it, liberals are now trying to get New York to become the first state to approve gay marriage without court intervention. However, Diaz's intention is to try to take the issue out of the hands of state lawmakers by turning the matter into a ballot initiative and putting marriage equality rights to a popular vote. In all likelihood (as seen with last week's measures in California, Florida and Arizona) a popular vote would deny gay marriage being allowed in the state and open a window for marriage to be defined as only for a man and woman. Props to Ruben Diaz Sr. for taking on such a strong, moral stance.
Granted, in the wake of the GOP's huge losses this past election, someone formidable needs to step up, take the reigns and push the party in a new direction. That someone is not Newt Gingrich.
h/t Curt @ Flopping Aces
Thursday, November 13, 2008
There are no voters left to persuade. But as Minnesota's U.S. Senate race heads toward a statewide recount, the bare-knuckle fight between Republican Norm Coleman and Democrat Al Franken continues like Election Day had never come and gone.Seems like Al Franken is channeling Al Gore in counting the votes until they favor himself. Of course, as we are now seeing in California, what with the angry, white, gay, racist, anti-Prop 8 mobs...when liberals don't get their way total anarchy awaits right around the corner. BTW, nice to see that the liberal media is doing their part to make sure Franken wins by failing to mention that Secretary of State Mark Ritchie, whose job it is to watch over these proceedings, is like Franken, a liberal Democrat with ties to fraud-riddled Democrat group ACORN. Nice.
"Franken campaign attempts to stuff ballot box at the last minute," blared a Monday news release from the Coleman campaign. That came just two days after Team Franken characterized a Coleman legal filing as a "sneak attack to stop counting of ballots."
Election Day, which once promised relief from months of mudslinging, now stands simply as the day the race shifted from the paid airwaves to the legal arena. Both campaigns are still furiously pumping out news releases, calling news conferences, recruiting volunteers and pressing donors for cash to carry on the fight.
After the two candidates spent nearly $40 million combined - most of it on ads tarring the other - Coleman leads by about 200 votes out of almost 3 million cast. An automatic recount is to start next week.
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
The so-called "tolerant" crowd display their utter hypocrisy once again for the world to see. Almost as bad as Phyllis Burgess getting attacked for daring to hold a cross up high to the mob is the idiot anchor at the end of this video saying "There is a lot of anger and a lot of hate, quite honestly, on both sides."
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
Warning its readers to “be prepared to gag,” the “Scrapbook” page of this week's Weekly Standard magazine recited “some of the worst over-the-top reactions to The One's ascendance,” starting with Time's Nancy Gibbs who opened this week's cover story by comparing Obama with Jesus: “Some princes are born in palaces. Some are born in mangers. But a few are born in the imagination, out of scraps of history and hope...” In the November 17 issue, she heralded (citing his full name) the greater meaning of Obama's victory:It's just ironic to me how the white, liberal media keeps getting away with all this pressure they're putting on the back of Barack Obama. Here we are in the midst of an economical depression and the mediots want us to believe that Barack is just going to wave away all our financial problems like Jesus turned water into wine. Do they really think we're that stupid or do they just foolishly buy their own hype? Come January 20th, Barack Obama will be sworn in as the most inexperienced President since Kennedy and yet the same media that's hyped his never-before-seen, 4-year ascension to the big chair on Capitol Hill want us to believe that he's more than equipped to lead us out of this mess. Inspiration is one thing, making it happen, as Barack Obama will soon find out, is a total different pedigree. And this time he won't be able to just say "present!"Barack Hussein Obama did not win because of the color of his skin. Nor did he win in spite of it. He won because at a very dangerous moment in the life of a still young country, more people than have ever spoken before came together to try to save it. And that was a victory all its own.
She gushed over how “an election in one of the world's oldest democracies looked like the kind they hold in brand-new ones, when citizens finally come out and dance, a purple-thumb day, a velvet revolution.”
More reason why liberal celebrities, especially nutjobs like Roseanne Barr, should seriously just STFU when it comes to politics:
Isn’t it amazing how sheltered Hollywood has-beens can get all brave and browbeat an entire racial community when they don’t do what they’re expected to? This is also what the black community gets for siding with a political ideology that uses them, and then turns on them when they’ve outlived their usefulness.
In her blog, Roseanne Barr unleashed herself upon blacks for overwhelmingly opposing Proposition 8, outlawing gay marriage in California.
70% of black californians who voted this cycle voted for prop 8. As they overwhelmingly supported America’s first chance to elect a person of color and strike a death blow to racism, they also went out of their way to misuse their votes (no doubt at the behest of their immoral and hateful pastors and clergy) to isolate and punish a small minority of citizens, and to deny them basic civil rights.
Reciting the gay lobby’s talking points is where Roseanne went wrong.
Gays routinely equate their modern-day inconveniences with “civil rights” which is code for the black Civil Rights Movement.
Roseanne, unlike gays, blacks couldn’t avoid discrimination by staying in the closet. Blacks couldn’t shed the color of their skin. Some gays, instead of parading themselves in the name of “pride” and simulating sex acts half naked on American streets, could have conducted themselves with a modicum of dignity. But there is NO COMPARISON between what blacks went through for almost two centuries in the United States to what gays go through today, and that argument is just one reason 70% of blacks threw gays under the bus.
They voted to deny over 70,000 californian children coverage of the insurance benefits of their gay parents.
Years ago, California granted gays civil union status for the purpose of allowing them to obtain benefits and make legal decisions for each other. NO ONE had a problem with that, but because some of the hard core activists harbored deep hatred for the church that opposed them so long, “marriage” was the next middle finger issued. The only reason why there is a push back today is because some gays went too far.
They voted to destroy the constitution that Obama will hopefully uphold against their wishes, by making sure that church and state remain separated.
Civil Unions are a state-recognized arrangement. Marriage is a religious ceremony. A marriage without a license isn’t recognized by any state or federal entity. And it would appear Roseanne believes the state should recognize a religious ceremony.
Just who’s confused about the church and state remaining separate?
They voted to “uphold the sanctity of marriage” by making a mockery of it.
Hmmm. Making a mockery out of the sanctity of marriage…. Sorry, but the gay lobby beat us to that one.
They showed themselves every inch as bigoted and ignorant as their white christian right wing counterpartners who voted for mccain-palin and bush-cheney.
So because black people didn’t agree with a comedienne, they are bigoted and ignorant. Tell you what, Roseanne. McCain-Palin and Bush-Cheney never used black people for moral equivalence.
When i suggested a couple of years ago that gay organizations should build official bridges with african american organizations, in order to build political consensus and not just represent a purely gay agenda, this very vote is what I was trying to speak to.
In other words, Roseanne saw this coming and knew blacks wouldn’t see things her way. The problem is as long as every liberal victim group likens their “suffering” to what blacks went through post slavery through Jim Crow, blacks will continue to tell them to take a hike. Until gays stop using the “civil rights” argument, this bridge will never be built.
Monday, November 10, 2008
Barack Obama has created a stir by proclaiming that he heads “The Office of President-Elect” — an office that does not officially exist.
At his first news conference on Nov. 7, Obama stood at a podium bearing a sign that read: “Office of the President-Elect. Also, his Web site, Change.gov, bears the words “Office of the President-Elect” at the top of its home page.
Writer Larry Anderson referred to the “made-up little title” on the American Thinker Web site, and declared: “I nearly busted a gut ...
“Once again, [Obama] can’t wait to invest himself with the trappings of office.”
Conservative columnist Michelle Malkin wondered: “What other make-believe offices are they going to invent between now and Inauguration Day? I can’t ever recall in my lifetime any mention of such an office.”
Obama To Meet With President Bush Monday, Wants To Make Quick Impact
The Reign Of Lame Falls Mostly On John McCain
Another Episcopal Diocese Departs Church
White Voters Aren't The Closet Racists Pollsters Thought They Might Be
Blacks Partly Responsible For Prop 8 Passage, White Gays Not Pleased, Use N-Word At Protests
Meet America's First Transgender Mayor: Stu Rasmussen
Keith Olbermann Still Lying About Bill O'Reilly, FOX Ratings
Obama Says He'll Tax The Rich, Roll Back Bush Cuts And Aid Middle-Class
Sarah Palin Denounces McCain Campaign Aides
Gun Sales Go Through The Roof Before Barack Gets Sworn In
Sunday, November 09, 2008
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Sunday he's still trying to keep Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman within the Democratic caucus despite anger over Lieberman's support of Republican presidential nominee John McCain.The Democrat party just won the presidency by a landslide and made gains in both their control of the House and Senate, yet it's angry, bitter, extreme leftist wing wants to expel Joe Lieberman from the Democrat caucus all because Lieberman dared to follow his principles on the war in Iraq by supporting John McCain. Forget that even as an Independent Joe Lieberman votes with Democrats 90% of the time. Forget that Lieberman has long supported "progressive" issues such as abortion and gay rights, liberals still want retribution in the form of casting Joe Lieberman aside. So all the while President-elect Barack Obama screams "change", his own constituents wish to continue poisoning the Democrat party with their bitter partisanship. In the interests of what's best for the party Harry Reid must make sure Joe Lieberman stays where he is.
While he has opposed Democratic efforts to end the war in Iraq, "Joe Lieberman votes with me a lot more than a lot of my senators," Reid told CNN's "Late Edition."
"Joe Lieberman is not some right-wing nutcase," he said. "Joe Lieberman is one of the most progressive people ever to come from the state of Connecticut."
Lieberman, a Democrat-turned-independent, broke with the party over the war in Iraq and ran as an independent after losing the party's nomination in 2006. Since then, he has been the 51st vote that kept the Senate in Democratic hands.
Lieberman also was Al Gore's running mate on the 2000 Democratic ticket.
But this year, he was a fixture on the campaign trail with McCain -- and now that Democrats have gained at least six seats in the chamber, Reid is under pressure from many Democrats to punish Lieberman for harsh criticism of Sen. Barack Obama in a speech at the Republican convention.
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Now that the election is over the Deborah Howell, the Washington Post Ombudsman, admits that the Post's election coverage was biased toward Obama.I'll say it again, there was nothing John McCain could've done differently to win the election. With a month left in the presidential campaign for McCain was leading Barack Obama in most national polls. And then the economy began to tank and media bias already favoring Barack Obama grew immensely. While credit should be given to WaPo for admitting that they were in the tank for Obama, what WaPo and every other major news outlet did, except FOX, was despicable in light of uninformed voters who depend on the media to act like professionals and report the events in an unbiased fashion.
Howell reports readers complained consistently criticized the Post's "lack of probing issues coverage and what they saw as a tilt toward Democrat Barack Obama." She conducted a survey of the Post's election coverage since November 11, 2007 on issues, voters, fundraising, the candidates' backgrounds, horse-race stories on tactics, strategy and consultants, and photos and Page 1 stories since Obama captured the nomination June 4.
The survey, which conveniently ended on Election Day, found that the readers' criticisms are "right on both counts:"The op-ed page ran far more laudatory opinion pieces on Obama, 32, than on Sen. John McCain, 13. There were far more negative pieces (58) about McCain than there were about Obama (32), and Obama got the editorial board's endorsement.