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  1. Sherry
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 11:00:15


  2. Kim
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 11:08:48

    No – he wants voters to think he is Christian – big difference

    (Theou is gonna dig this one big time)


  3. joesix
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 11:14:19

    How could anyone vote for a man who would force a woman to birth and raise a child born of rape?


  4. Kim
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 11:51:37

    A tourist from the Midwest walked into a Chinese curio shop in San Francisco. While looking around at the exotic merchandise, he noticed a very lifelike, life-sized, bronze statue of a rat. It had no price tag, but was so incredibly striking the tourist decided he must have it.

    He took it to the old shop owner and asked, “How much for the bronze rat?”

    “Ahhh, you have chosen wisely! It is $12 for the rat, and $100 for the story,” said the wise old Chinaman.

    The tourist quickly pulled out twelve dollars. “I’ll just take the rat, you can keep the story,” he said.

    As he walked down the street carrying his bronze rat, the tourist noticed that a few real rats had crawled out of the alleys and sewers and had begun following him down the street.

    This was a bit disconcerting so he began walking faster.

    A couple blocks later he looked behind him and saw to his horror the herd of rats behind him had grown to hundreds, and they began squealing.

    Sweating now, the tourist began to trot toward the Bay. After a couple more blocks, he looked around only to discover that the rats now numbered in the THOUSANDS, and were squealing louder and louder — and were coming toward him faster and faster.

    Terrified, he ran to the edge of the Bay and threw the bronze rat as far as he could into the Bay.

    Amazingly, the thousands of rats all jumped into the Bay after the bronze rat, and were all drowned.

    The man walked back to the curio shop in Chinatown. “Ahhh,” said the owner, “You have come back for story, yes?

    “Are you kidding?,” said the man,

    “I came back to see if you have a bronze Democrat!”


  5. Sherry
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 12:00:58


    • Kim
      Feb 05, 2012 @ 12:14:34

      E. Never say “I’ve got a gun.” If you need to use deadly force, the first sound they hear should be the safety clicking off.



  6. Kim
    Feb 05, 2012 @ 17:34:15

    Ron Paul’s position is no different than Planned Parenthood’s. If the baby is inconvenient, kill it.



  7. Theou
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 09:29:19

    Well if Ron Pauls position is not different put his picture up and put the word evil and while you are at it, put Santorums – because he allowed the doctors to induce birth of an almost FULL term baby to save his wife – put his picture up too. Again I say you cannot legislate what women will do. Do you think anyone likes this? No one does – but its not something for discussion – and you can write sheets and sheets of paper on this and its NEVER going to change. I lived in Italy for a time and you know what Italian Catholic women use for birth control? Abortion – its just common over there – When women are desperate, or if they have been raped or if they cannot afford another child or whatever their individual circumstances, we have seen that laws to prohibit this doesnt stop them. Now the churches dont want to give out contraceptives = dont you think that a contraceptive is the better thing to support to stop abortions? I do – and the position of these hypocritical churches on the subject of having to provide for contraceptives is disgusting. It just gives women a choice – if they are against taking them – then dont take them – but stop this war on women and stay out of womens health – its none of anyones business but the woman involved and her doctor. That is why Ron Paul supports this position because he knows you cannot legislate it.


  8. Kim
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 10:04:59

    As usual, Theou, your comment is very circular. Please review and try again

    Also, I will place things on my blog as I see fit so your suggestions of the photos will not happen. If you want to do it that way, start your own blog.


  9. Kim
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 10:17:44

    Narrator: In an interview with The Washington Post on November 11, 2003, Soros said that removing President George W. Bush from office was the “central focus of my life” and “a matter of life and death”. He said he would sacrifice his entire fortune to defeat President Bush, “if someone guaranteed it.”

    This ultra-liberal financial supporter of groups like moveon.org donated almost $24 million dollars to defeat Georgia Bush.

    So what does Mr. Soros think of Mitt Romney for President?:

    George Soros: “If it’s between Romney and Obama, there isn’t all that much difference…”



  10. Kim
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 10:20:10

    Douglas Kmiec, Obama’s former ambassador to Malta, is strongly opposed to Obama’s new mandate that Catholic hospitals and universities provide contraception in their employee health plans.



  11. Kim
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 10:21:36

    Evil – pure and simple

    The Smithsonian is honoring one of the 20th century’s most notorious eugenics proponents, Margaret Sanger. American Life League exposes Sanger’s racist plan to create a “master race.”


  12. Kim
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 13:37:57

    For Planned Parenthood, the loss of Komen funding represented 6/10 of 1/1000 of their budget. So what’s going on here?

    It wasn’t the money at issue, it’s what Komen’s support means for the organization. Planned Parenthood makes their money performing abortions, mostly on young people. Former Planned Parenthood clinic director, Abby Johnson, tells of how the corporate model at PP was built around abortions.

    The charade of concern for women’s breast health is the only socially acceptable vestige left for the organization’s bruised and tattered reputation. Planned Parenthood performed manual breast exams and referred women to mammogram centers. In some instances, it appears that they paid for the mammograms.



    • Kim
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 13:38:44

      Planned Parenthood has an odd way of demonstrating its concern for women’s breast health. They target teenagers with low-dose birth control pills which will fail in their contraceptive effect if not taken precisely on schedule, setting up a lucrative abortion. What the oral contraceptives will not fail in doing is increasing the risk of the deadliest and most aggressive form of breast cancer, triple negative breast cancer.


  13. Kim
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 13:40:09

    Call it Planned Parenthood’s war on choice. In less time than it takes to scald a child to death with a saline injection into the womb, the rabid pro-abortion lobby descended like vultures down upon the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation. The Komen crime? They dared exercise their right to choose when it came to whom they gave donations and funding.



    • Kim
      Feb 06, 2012 @ 13:50:05

      Planned Parenthood claims that the National Cancer Institute officially denied abortion as a risk factor for breast cancer in their 2003 conference. But what they conveniently omit to mention is that the decision to do so was purely political and was accompanied by many dissenting voices like Joel Brind of Baruch College. Brind, a PhD endocrinologist in New York City, complains that the conference “refused to allow attending scientists to present the opposing position of the scientific research establishing the link, showing that abortion was declassified as a cancer risk for political and not scientific reasons.” They also ignore the inconvenient fact that the NCI’s lead researcher has now completely retreated from her position.


      • Kim
        Feb 06, 2012 @ 13:51:27

        For their part, Planned Parenthood used the controversy to extort $400,000 from their supporters and to flex their political muscles in a public bullying crusade that eventually folded Komen’s weak spine in record time and brought them to their knees. Gloating in her triumph, the Queen of Abortion Cecile Richards bragged that it was the “compassionate outcry in support of those most in need” that had brought them victory.

        I think it’s safe to say that “those most in need” are not the vulnerable baby girls in the womb threatened by an organization that regards them as less than human. Of course, it’s also not teenage girls who are manipulated into choosing to kill the life within them by an organization that intentionally avoids telling them the grave risks involved. And it’s not the countless adult women who are left alone with haunting dreams and the emotional trauma of abortion by an organization that used them for profit. And since Planned Parenthood doesn’t even do mammograms, it can’t be poor women looking for cheap cancer screenings. So who are “those most in need?”

        The answer is all those who have come into contact with the false prophets of “choice.” Shame on Komen for disgracing its cause by empowering the evil of Planned Parenthood.

  14. Theou
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 14:02:35

    By making abortion illegal, you’re introducing a slippery slope that gives government control over a woman’s body. You’re taking away a personal freedom. Who knows what other controls the government may legislate in the future. Will it have the power to force sterilization? Will it have the power to make motherhood mandatory? Will it next take away the right to use other birth control methods such as The Pill? Where does it end? Are you really going to tell a 14 year old that was gang raped she has to carry a baby to term? Really? Maybe you want to tell someone elses daughter in those circumstances, but I bet you wouldnt make your own daughter go through such a thing. Its not circular logic – its fact you cant stop abortions and you cant stop women from getting them and doctors did them before when it was illegal and they will again. Its amazing to me how the Right wants government out of everything except when its a matter of personal freedom to choose the right to have a say over a women’s own body. If its illegal who are they going to prosecute? The women? The doctors? I dont think so – This is a non-issue again – talk talk talk it doesnt matter because you can’t control one single person to do what you want them to do, if they dont want to do it. Thats the bottom line. Oh and by the way, according to the Daily Beast today the Tea Party is dead -tsk – tsk well, I always said Tea Parties were for little girls with imaginary friends.


  15. Kim
    Feb 06, 2012 @ 14:27:35

    Better keep looking over your shoulder, Theou – TEA Party is far from dead.

    Why don’t you use your far superior education to teach real birth control and abstinence instead of continuing to promote murder of innocents?

    How did a child as yet unborn do anything to merit destruction?


  16. Kim
    Feb 07, 2012 @ 08:41:35

    In the midst of this kerfuffle over the Komen Foundation’s funding of Planned Parenthood, you may run into two old tired arguments that are often trotted out by Planned Parenthood and its witting and unwitting allies in the media.

    The first–that federal money supposedly only goes to non-abortion activities–tries to reassure taxpayers that none of the millions they give to Planned Parenthood goes for abortion. The second–that abortion is such a small portion of Planned Parenthood’s services—attempts to convince the unwary public that abortion is really not a significant part of the organization’s business.



    • Kim
      Feb 07, 2012 @ 08:46:03

      Here’s the truth.

      While the Hyde amendment prohibits federal funding from paying for abortions that do not involve rape, incest, or a threat to the mother’s life or health, the $487.4 million that Planned Parenthood received from local, state, and federal sources–nearly half (46%) of its 2010 revenues–can help pay for salaries, rent, equipment, etc., thus helping to keep these abortion clinics humming.


  17. Kim
    Feb 07, 2012 @ 09:14:19

    “It is imperative that I call to your attention to an alarming and serious matter that negatively impacts the Church in the United directly, and that strikes at the fundamental right to religious liberty for all citizens of any faith,” wrote the archbishop.



  18. Kim
    Feb 07, 2012 @ 09:19:08

    The opposing view looks back to the Mayflower and to a past immeasurably enriched by the most robust, tolerant, and vibrant religious expression in the developed world and realizes the essential importance of our nation’s “first liberty” — religious freedom. We are who we are in large part because of our respective denominations and faiths. Indeed, “the better angels of our nature” (to borrow from Lincoln) have again and again sprung from our faith communities — from the indispensable role churches played in the Revolution, to the abolitionist movement, to our struggle against fascism, to the fight for civil rights, and to the present, world-leading philanthropy of American citizens.



    • Kim
      Feb 07, 2012 @ 09:22:13

      It is times like this when the words of our creeds matter. We are, in fact, part of the “holy catholic church.” We are one Body. The Obama administration should and must face a completely and firmly united American Christian community. As far as the Obama administration is concerned, we’re all Catholics now.


  19. Sherry
    Feb 07, 2012 @ 11:07:27

    “…Casey Anthony morality…”-how true~


  20. Kim
    Feb 08, 2012 @ 08:38:53

    Karen Handel, the Susan G. Komen for the Cure official who resigned Tuesday, accused Planned Parenthood of “vicious attacks and coercion” against her.

    “Last time I checked, private nonprofit organizations have a right and a responsibility to be able to set the highest standards and criteria on their own without interference, let alone the level of vicious attacks and coercion that has occurred by Planned Parenthood. It’s simply outrageous,” Handel a former Georgia Republican governor candidate who joined the breast cancer organization in 2011 as a vice president of public policy, told Fox News’ Megyn Kelly.



    • Kim
      Feb 08, 2012 @ 08:40:00

      During the interview, Handel pushed back against those that said she wanted to use her post at Komen to push her own political agenda. Komen hired Handel after she made an unsuccessful bid for governor on a platform that included opposition to abortion and defunding Planned Parenthood.

      “For Komen, for myself, the mission was always foremost in everyone’s mind. The mission and the women that we serve. The only group that made this issue political has been Planned Parenthood,” she said


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