Monday, April 29, 2013

There Are Monsters Out There

I will not apologize for the macabre use of a mangled, aborted infant in the Photoshop™ of “President Infanticide”.  The image of the child is but one of thousands of such grisly examples of late-term abortions.  It is intended to shock the senses.

I chose to juxtapose the two images seen here because I am weary of the cold-bloodedness of America’s president.  You will remember that on the campaign trail in Johnstown, PA in early 2008 Senator Barack Hussein Obama addressed a woman’s passionate plea to “stop the abortions” with: 
"Look, I got two daughters—9 years old and 6 years old.  I am going to teach them first about values and morals, but if they make a mistake, I don't want them punished with a baby.”  [Emphasis mine.]
And I am weary of the legion of men and women who comprise Gosnell’s pro-abortion allies in the media and in government who allowed this butcher to act with impunity.  In my view, even the eyewitness accounts of Gosnell’s barbarism is not enough to make this president stop his obstinate defense of Planned Parenthood.

Susan B. Anthony List President Marjorie Dannenfelser reasons, “So committed to every abortion, this President is committed even to the failed ones…He would allow only the abortionist, the one who guaranteed a dead baby, to provide intensive care to the most vulnerable babies imaginable. Why? He explained it would threaten abortion rights generally. This is uncommon heartlessness.”

At the conclusion of Obama’s speech to Planned Parenthood last week he said, “As long as we’ve got to fight to make sure women have access to quality, affordable health care, and as long as we’ve got to fight to protect a woman’s right to make her own choices about her own health, I want you to know that you’ve also got a president who’s going to be right there with you, fighting every step of the way. Thank you, Planned Parenthood. God bless you.”

This is who sits in the Oval Office.

The following is excerpted from District Attorney R. Seth William’s Report to the Grand Jury:
“This case is about a doctor who killed babies and endangered women. What we mean is that he regularly and illegally delivered live, viable, babies in the third trimester of pregnancy—and then murdered these newborns by severing their spinal cords with scissors. The medical practice by which he carried out this business was a filthy fraud in which he overdosed his patients with dangerous drugs, spread venereal disease among them with infected instruments, perforated their wombs and bowels—and, on at least two occasions, caused their deaths. Over the years, many people came to know that something was going on here. But no one put a stop to it.” 
“The clinic reeked of animal urine, courtesy of the cats that were allowed to roam (and defecate) freely. Furniture and blankets were stained with blood. Instruments were not properly sterilized. Disposable medical supplies were not disposed of; they were reused, over and over again. Medical equipment—such as the defibrillator, the EKG, the pulse oximeter, the blood pressure cuff—was generally broken; even when it worked, it wasn’t used. The emergency exit was padlocked shut. And scattered throughout, in cabinets, in the basement, in a freezer, in jars and bags and plastic jugs, were fetal remains. It was a baby charnel house.”
According to the timeline cover-up, the Pennsylvania Department of Health granted approval for the accused baby butcher to provide abortions in December 1979.

On November 25th, 2009 the butcher of Lancaster Avenue submitted an application to become a member of the National Abortion Federation.  The NAF evaluator found deplorable conditions and rejected his application, but failed to report the clinic’s abysmal conditions to any oversight agencies.

On March 12, 2010 the Department of Health filed papers to begin the process of shutting down the clinic.

In the documentary 3801 Lancaster, “Makeda”, a former Gosnell patient whose identity is shrouded in darkness in the film says, “There are monsters out there.”
Makeda is right.  Gosnell cannot be the only sociopathic doctor left willing to hack alive innocents; to snip their spinal cords or leave them to drown in a toilet or store their dismembered body parts in jars.
These women were seeking a “medical treatment” that involved the murder of babies under the guise of “reproductive freedom”.
Gosnell profited $10,000 to $15,000 a day at his late-term abortion clinic—not including the $200,000 he made from writing 2,300 illegal prescriptions for Oxycontin and other addictive drugs.  What we have here is a monster in a major American city running a slaughterhouse.

That’s some freedom you got there ladies.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

Bush Presidential Library Dedication

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.
UNIVERSITY PARK—The journey starts simply enough.

"The presidency is more than an honor. It is more than an office. It is a charge to keep and I will give it my all."

Those words written on an entryway wall—first spoken by George W. Bush on Dec. 13, 2000 in Austin—greet visitors as they walk into the museum at the George W. Bush Presidential Center.

A brief history of Bush, and his family life, is on display before the key moments of the Bush presidency are detailed in photos, news articles and video clips throughout the 14,000-square-feet of exhibit space in the center that will officially be unveiled during an invitation-only ceremony today.

Bush will be joined by President Barack Obama and the three other living ex-presidents—George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter—during an exclusive, 1 1/2 hour dedication ceremony marking the completion of the library, museum and political institute commemorating the 43rd president's eight years in the White House.

Monday, April 22, 2013

David Sirota: In The Snakepit

In January of this year, David Sirota announced via his Facebook account that, “After almost four years of working in radio, I no longer work at Clear Channel Denver.”

The folks at TalkRadio 630 KHOW did nothing to assuage the notion that he was fired.

In early 1999, an “overzealous” Sirota was fired for racially charged and dishonest “dirty tricks” in a Philadelphia mayoral race.

The day after the Boston Marathon bombings this ultimate badass coddled pussy penned a 1,026 word screed at Salon, which I refuse to link, bearing the headline:  “Let’s hope the Boston Marathon bomber is a white American.” 

It reads in part:
“…if you care about everything from stopping war to reducing the defense budget to protecting civil liberties to passing immigration reform, you should hope the bomber was a white domestic terrorist. Why? Because only in that case will privilege work to prevent the Boston attack from potentially undermining progress on those other issues.”
How contemptible, despicable, shameful and disgraceful.

Not satisfied at ginning up ire over that loathsome screed, Sirota marshaled his lexicon of deceitful bile for a second column which he titled, “I still hope the bomber is a white American.”

The last paragraph reads:
“The reason to hope that the bomber is a white American is because in a country where white privilege and double standards so obviously affect our national security reactions, that outcome will better guarantee that the reaction to Boston is a bit more measured.
Poor little, heartbroken David.  The Boston bombers were, indeed, Muslim.

Sirota is an attention whore desperately seeking gainful employment.  I don’t know how much Salon or the Puffington Host are paying him, but those sites are snakepits and Sirota has emerged as the viper du jour.

The cocooning of our betters (academics and liberals) regarding Islam and Islamist extremists breeds colossal ignorance and a stalwart conviction that they are never wrong and never at fault.

The Left's and the media's reflexive search for right-wing perpetrators is not unique to this attack; i.e.:  NPR’s “All Things Considered”, James Kitfield, Tim Lister and Paul Cruickshank, Jessica Stern, and Adam Lankford.  I’m adding Megan Garber to the list of stupid liberals.

As James Taranto noted, “What the hope-they're-white crowd really wishes for is a reason to treat their domestic political adversaries as enemies of the state.”

Gabriel Malor succinctly notes, “The media’s habitual blaming of the political right is endemic and incurable. Media figures sincerely believe the right wing is violent, so naturally assume that violent people must be right-wing. This won’t be the last time they make that mistake.”

Sirota must be cramping up by now.  The bombers who shot beloved MIT campus policeman Sean Collier  in cold blood didn’t have gun permits.

The Boston police commissioner, Edward Davis, said the authorities believed that the Tsarnaev brothers had planned more attacks beyond the bombings at the finish line of the Boston Marathon and the FBI is hotly pursuing a 12-man terrorist “sleeper cell” linked to them.

Sirota has subsequently been mocked to within an inch of his manhood because his Twitter account featured an avatar of him poorly making a fist and appearing to be terrified a throw a punch.  So the Twitterverse lit up with #siroting.  The resulting scorn forced him to change it.

As you can see, I joined in on the fun with the Photoshop™ featured with this post.  I thought showing Krusty the Clown about to throw a punch in David’s direction was great editorializing.

By the by, have you joined the rapidly growing #BlockedByDavidSirota Club?  Go ahead.  You know you want to.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

The Word Most Linked To “Chechen” Is “Terrorist”

Born into a Chechen family, the bastard who was apprehended while cowering inside a dry-docked boat in Watertown has been brought to justice.  All we know at this point is that Chechnya has always been a place of violence, abductions, widows, orphans and rape.

Daniel Greenfield writes that Beslan has come to America.  I applaud Mr. Greenfield’s truthfulness.
There has been too much sympathy in some circles for Chechen terrorists. After the Beslan Massacre, Time Magazine asked, “Does Russia Share Blame for Beslan?” The London Times reported that the mastermind of the massacre was “is in a state of shock over what happened, but blames the Russians.” 
This was Beslan. 
“Other survivors told how screaming teenage girls were dragged into rooms adjoining the gymnasium where they were being held and raped by their Chechen captors who chillingly made a video film of their appalling exploits. They said children were forced to drink their own urine and eat the petals off the flowers they had brought their teachers after nearly three days without food or water in the stifling hot gym.” 
These are the types of savage monsters who could place a bomb next to an 8-year-old boy. 
Beslan has come to America and it should be a wake up call. There should be no more sympathy for Chechen terrorists. Or for that matter any Muslim terrorists. 
And we need to stop bringing refugees from Muslim conflicts to America. That goes for Chechens, Afghans, Syrians and all the rest. All we’re doing is importing bloody wars from around the world here. 
Events like the Marathon Massacre are inevitable if we keep maintaining an immigration policy that invites the people responsible for atrocities such as Beslan to repeat them in this country. 

Thursday, April 18, 2013

POUTUS: His Face Set With Rage

The first paragraph of Jennifer Steinhauer’s “news analysis” at the New York Times reads:
“President Obama, his face set with rage, stood in the Rose Garden surrounded by the families of Newtown and former Representative Gabrielle Giffords and asked how a measure to expand background checks for gun buyers—one supported by an overwhelming majority of Americans and a bipartisan majority of the Senate—had slipped away.”
They may support strengthening background checks, but a recent Gallup Poll shows only 4% of Americans think gun control is the most important problem facing the nation.

Where have we seen this kind of ugly face-making before?  In the pouts of our sons and daughters when they failed to get their way.

And his chiding of Congress?  His hissing was as good as any cat’s.


Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Chris Matthews And His Spittle-Filled Rantings

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews “leaned forward” into clinical insanity last night as he presupposed that the bombing in Boston on Monday may have been the result of a Tax Day protest.

Go to Newsbusters to watch as he beclowns himself once again with his spittle-filled rantings.

Today We Are All Bostonians

Patriot’s Day in Boston, normally a day when the historic city of Boston gushes with life, will never be the same.

Special thanks to my friend at The Looking Spoon for this beautiful prayer for the people of Boston and those tragically affected by the explosions that occurred during their beloved marathon.

Little Bodies And The Conscience Of A Nation

“The deafening silence of too much of the media, once a force for justice in America, is a disgrace.”

Who wrote this?

It was part of an opinion piece at USA Today, written by Kirsten Powers.  Yes, that Kirsten Powers.
A Lexis-Nexis search shows none of the news shows on the three major national television networks has mentioned the Gosnell trial in the last three months. The exception is when Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan hijacked a segment on Meet the Press meant to foment outrage over an anti-abortion rights law in some backward red state.” 
The Washington Post has not published original reporting on this during the trial and The New York Times saw fit to run one original story on A-17 on the trial's first day. They've been silent ever since, despite headline-worthy testimony.”
Then columnist J. D. Mullane tweeted a photo of the empty seats in Courtroom 304 for the media in the “house of horrors” trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell.

Suddenly, the “Gosnell Media Blackout” was broken and the ensuing uneasiness of publishing a story that brings shame and disgrace on the Fourth Estate and proponents of abortion rights began in earnest.

The baby butcher’s trial received no mentions on NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC and PBS programming until last week. Until Friday, CNN had aired only 76 words on the trial when host Jake Tapper mentioned it March 28. The Washington Post hadn’t reported a word on the trial until Friday.

On April 11th, the same day Mullane tweeted the photo of the empty media seats; Rep. Christopher Smith (R-NJ) “delivered a series of special-order speeches” on the floor of the House asking, “When will the media blackout stop? Will America ever be told about the brutality of abortion and the violence that is commonplace inside the abortion industry? Or will the media continue to censor this trial of the century, because it exposes an all too inconvenient truth that not only are unborn children destroyed in these killing centers, but that even babies who survive the abortion can’t escape the deadly hand of the child predator.”

The defiance of the liberal narrative about abortion is bound to explode.  They insist that the Gosnell story makes their case for guaranteeing decent medical care. The heinous acts of which he stands accused are depraved and the good doctor is their worst nightmare.

USA Today reports today that “President Obama is keeping abreast of the ongoing murder trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, but the White House is steering clear of delving too deeply into the case.”

"The president does not and cannot take a position on an ongoing trial, so I won't as well," said White House press secretary Jay Carney.

For babies utterly alone on a cold stainless steel table in some abortion mill, the president has already made his position known.  For those few frail breaths they take before having their spines snipped he said:
“I just want to be clear because I think this was the source of the objections of the Medical Society. As I understand it, this puts the burden on the attending physician who has determined, since they were performing this procedure, that, in fact, this is a nonviable fetus; that if that fetus, or child—however way you want to describe it—is now outside the mother's womb and the doctor continues to think that its nonviable but there's, let’s say, movement or some indication that, in fact, they're not just out limp and dead, they would then have to call a second physician to monitor and check off and make sure that this is not a live child that could be saved. Is that correct?” 

Monday, April 8, 2013

Margaret Thatcher: A Giant Among Leaders Has Died

Today, a towering giant among leaders passed away.  Baroness Margaret Thatcher, the former Prime Minister who led her country for eleven years died at the age of 87.  She was the only woman ever to lead Great Britain’s government.

Thatcher was unshakable.  Many say that her “clarity of mind unequalled in a politician since Winston Churchill changed the face of Britain and, to some degree, the world.”

When I saw the coverage of her death early this morning, I was immediately swept up in deep sorrow.  The first images on the television screen were of a frail woman being helped out the door of her home by her lifetime housekeeper Kate.

That unsettling image brought to mind the utter grief on Mrs. Thatcher’s face when she gently touched the flag that draped President Reagan’s coffin as it lay in state in the Capitol Rotunda.

The bitter irony is that in her pre-recorded eulogy of Reagan she said, "For the final years of his life, Ronnie's mind was clouded by illness. That cloud has now lifted. He is himself again—more himself than at any time on this earth. For we may be sure that the Big Fella Upstairs never forgets those who remember Him.”

"And as the last journey of this faithful pilgrim took him beyond the sunset, and as heaven's morning broke, I like to think—in the words of Bunyan—that all the trumpets sounded on the other side.”

"We here still move in twilight. But we have one beacon to guide us that Ronald Reagan never had."

"We have his example. Let us give thanks today for a life that achieved so much for all of God's children."

I think it is fitting to say that her razor-sharp intellect and powerhouse memory have now been returned to her.  The cloud has been lifted.  She is herself again.

Requiescat in pace, Mrs. Thatcher.  Godspeed.  Your dear friend Ronnie awaits you in Heaven.

Richard Fernandez puts a fine point on this day:
“She passes in an uncertain hour, the story of her life and times a pointed reminder of how far we have fallen from those days. Yet if we understand her life aright, the principal lesson is that the ordinary is extraordinary. The world is not made by the Great and the Good. Rather it is made by ordinary folk striving to be better. Therefore the greatest aspiration of a statesman was to represent what we were—and still could be.”
Daniel Greenfield eloquently pays homage to Thatcher and Reagan:
“Thatcher and Reagan convinced millions that they were fighting for the good life. And they delivered. The damning sin that the left cannot forgive them for is that their policies, at home and abroad, succeeded more often than they failed. But they didn't convince with mere empty words, with the same tired slogans that stood for nothing and opposed nothing and advocated nothing. They did not skulk in on the heels of consultants who made them seem as nonthreatening as possible. Instead they made it clear that they were here to fight against the forces of decay, the ideologies of terror and the sense of morality that to every great nation in the hour of its decline.” 
“Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan are dead now, but in life they won a victory over the seeming deaths of their nations. They came in the hour of twilight and they stepped down with the sunrise. Their victories were temporary but they showed that leaders can stand against decline and breathe new life when most of the experts believe that all is lost and that we must learn to accept that. They showed us that with conviction and courage we can resist the inevitable.”

Friday, April 5, 2013

Obama: “I Am Constrained By A System That Our Founders Put In Place”

The day has finally arrived my fellow Americans.  I refer to the comments that our perfumed potentate made in Denver.

In a stunning moment of honesty, the president, who has been very effective in cloaking his socialist agenda, was seen climbing Mount Ego.

To say that he is “constrained by a system that our Founders put in place” points to his pig-headed belief that he is encumbered by flawed documents known to Americans as the United States Constitution and The Bill of Rights.

Just remember that the errand boy sent by grocery clerks stated for the record in September 2001 during a Chicago Public Radio program, “I think we can say that the Constitution reflected an enormous blind spot in this culture that carries on until this day, and that the Framers had that same blind spot. I don’t think the two views are contradictory, to say that it was a remarkable political document that paved the way for where we are now, and to say that it also reflected the fundamental flaw of this country that continues to this day.”

Obama’s 2001 interview provides a clear statement of a judicial philosophy that displays little interest in the original intent of the Constitution and his honeyed words are meant to persuade the mob.

I resurrect the powerful words of Edmund Burke, “All tyranny needs to gain a foothold is for people of good conscience to remain silent.”

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Diana De Gette: Colorado’s Mental Giant Is “Pretty Stupid”

Blanket demands for the power to infringe upon the right of Americans to keep and bear arms by politicians who are startlingly dim-witted has reached new heights.  Enter Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO).

On Wednesday, DeGette demonstrated her utter cluelessness about magazines and how they work at a public forum in which she said banning high-capacity magazines would be effective in reducing gun violence.

The daft Democrat mindlessly said, ”I will tell you these are ammunition, they’re bullets, so the people who have those now they’re going to shoot them, so if you ban them in the future, the number of these high-capacity magazines is going to decrease dramatically over time because the bullets will have been shot and there won’t be any more available.”

Somebody needs to hit little Diana really hard over the head with a clue bat.  Here’s a newsflash for ya, honey:  magazines can be reloaded and reused hundreds of times.

Andrew Arulanandam, a spokesman for the NRA sweetly described DeGette’s remarks this way:  “Two words—pretty stupid.”

To make matters worse, according to The Spot for Politics and Policy at The Denver Post, a spokesbabe for the congresswoman issued a statement in which it was explained:
“The Congresswoman has been working on a high-capacity assault magazine ban for years, and has been deeply involved in the issue; she simply misspoke in referring to ‘magazines’ when she should have referred to ‘clips,’ which cannot be reused because they don’t have a feeding mechanism. Quite frankly, this is just another example of opponents of common-sense gun violence prevention trying to manipulate the facts to distract from the critical issue of keeping our children safe and keeping killing machines out of the hands of disturbed individuals. It’s more political gamesmanship that stands in the way of responsible solutions.”
Ah, yes.  That made it much better.  No, wait.  Clips can be reused as well.  Derp.

The parade of political clowns grows longer and longer.

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Planned Parenthood: A Grotesque Code Of Morals

Does life in the 21st century mean that in order to be a woman she must include the act of murder?

I was dazed when I heard that Alisa LaPolt Snow, a lobbyist for the Florida Alliance of Planned Parenthood Affiliates, testified before a committee in the Florida House of Representatives last week against legislation crafted to protect the life of an infant born alive after a botched abortion.

Found at the PPA website is the following opinion of the abortion mill organization regarding HB 1129 “Infants Born Alive”:
This legislation is politically motivated and inflammatory language.  It inserts politics where it doesn’t belong by implying doctors and women who end a pregnancy can’t be trusted. Legislation should not be created with the intent of coercing, shaming, or judging a woman or doctor. It is important that abortion remain a safe and legal medical procedure for a woman to consider with her doctor, if and when she needs it.
Snow’s macabre rationalization had one legislator utterly dumbfounded.  He asked, "So, um, it is just really hard for me to even ask you this question because I'm almost in disbelief. If a baby is born on a table as a result of a botched abortion, what would Planned Parenthood want to have happen to that child that is struggling for life?"

Snow answered that her organization "believes that any decision that's made should be left up to the woman, her family and the physician."

Another legislator followed up, asking Snow, "You stated that a baby born alive on a table as a result of a botched abortion that that decision should be left to the doctor and the family. Is that what you’re saying?”

Again, Snow replied, “That decision should be between the patient and the health care provider.”

That prompted the legislator to incredulously ask, “I think that at that point the patient would be the child struggling on the table, wouldn’t you agree?”

Snow nervously responded, “That’s a very good question. I really don’t know how to answer that. I would be glad to have some more conversations with you about this.”

So inept and ghoulish was this woman’s testimony that on April 1, 2013 Planned Parenthood issued the following statement:
Last week, a panel of Florida state legislators demanded speculation about a vague set of extremely unlikely and highly unusual medical circumstances.  Medical guidelines and ethics already compel physicians facing life-threatening circumstances to respond, and Planned Parenthood physicians provide high-quality medical care and adhere to the most rigorous professional standards, including providing emergency care. In the extremely unlikely event that the scenario presented by the panel of legislators should happen, of course Planned Parenthood would provide appropriate care to both the woman and the infant.
The abortion mills of Planned Parenthood are in the hot seat because they and all the other abortion rights absolutists are reading the sickening headlines about Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortion doctor on trial for his life.  He faces seven counts of first-degree murder of infants born during illegal late-term abortions killed when he “snipped their necks with surgical scissors.”

A woman’s right to choose should be before she spreads her legs, not after the fact.  The wrong choice drives them to abortion, infanticide, prostitution and self-destruction.

Hell, meet handbasket.