Archive for the ‘abortion’ Category

ESTABLISHMENT REPUBLICANS CAVE ON PRO-LIFE BILL because they are skeert of “losing women’s votes.” Well, they may have gained Sandra Fluke’s vote but they sure lost mine — and I bet a lot of others. They are beyond being fixed. It’s time for a third party. – FoxNews (more…)



1. Greetings, and welcome to the new, fundamentally transformed America. We are happy to have you here. For now, anyway.
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2. Now, in your best baby babble, please remind your caregivers not to use disposable diapers, as they contribute to global warming and are an affront to Mother Earth. Beating cloth ones with wooden sticks in repurposed water is acceptable.
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3. Also, please warn your progenitors not to repeat this scenario. We need all available space for our new global citizens who have chosen to relocate.
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4. What? Your parents are bossing you around? Stop their abuse immediately by calling 9-1-1, or find your local Child Protective Services by dialing 555-1212.
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5. Yes, if you’ve turned 6, unfortunately you are required to attend school. However, you retain the right to enroll under your chosen name and gender. Not sure what a “gender” is? Have someone who can read look it up for you in the dictionary. Be sure to ask for the most recent definition.
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6. Why, of course the other sex can use your school bathroom. If you wake up one morning wishing you were their sex, you can use theirs, too, so that makes it fair.
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7. Yes, a dictionary is one of those big, thick books with all those big, long words in them. They have them in libraries, sometimes even in schools.
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8. No, now that you’re approaching puberty, your parents cannot restrict your right to free contraception, sex with the partner(s) of your choice, all-night drug parties, or abortion. If they persist in interfering, you can sue them.
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9. No, the bagperson cannot put your purchases in a paper bag. No, the bagperson cannot put your purchases in a plastic bag. And, no, we do not know what the question “Paper or plastic?” means.
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10. Yes, we are fully aware you have reached your 66th year. Happy birthday. But what do you mean, “Medicare”?
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11. Sorry, we do not know who this “George Orwell” entity is. We do not know who this “God” entity is, either. What kind of database have you been accessing to encounter these keywords?
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12. We have enjoyed serving you. However, our records indicate that you are now approaching the end of your useful shelf life. Oh? You were not aware you had a shelf life? Please click HELP if you need further assistance, which you apparently do. Otherwise proceed directly to html:// or dial 1-866-IAM-COOKD for further instructions. Have a nice day.

©Marylou Barry, 2014. All rights reserved.

“WHERE YOUR DESIRE, intense though it may be, for me to employ you despite your antagonistic values system, pay for your abortion, or host, photograph or otherwise bake a rainbow cake for your faux ‘wedding,’ comes into conflict with my absolute right to religious liberty, the result is a forgone conclusion. I win, you lose. … We have seen and will continue to see an exponential increase in Christian business owners refusing to violate God’s commands by complying with unconstitutional, immoral and unjust government dictates. For 2,000 years, whenever such conflicts have arisen, Christians have placed the laws of God above the laws of man. … What makes you think we’re about to change now?” – Matt Barber, WND (more…)

Or, as Dr. James Dobson recently put it on being required to violate his conscience on a related matter: “So come and get me if you must, Mr. President. I will not bow before your wicked regulation.”

It’s always funny (in a morbid, nauseating kind of way) when progressives pull the “THINK OF THE CHILDREN” card. Apparently, in their view, it’s immoral to refuse children entry into the United States, as long as they’re attempting to enter through the southern border. However, if they wish to enter through their mother’s birth canal (a southern border of its own, you might say), we can not only refuse them, but suck their brains out of their skulls and incinerate them for fuel.

Perhaps we should think of babies as ‘birth immigrants’ and then they’d be protected from murder with the same fervor that we protect born children from being put on a bus and brought back to their families in their home countries. – Matt Walsh, The Matt Walsh Blog (more…)

I have no words.

“If we displace a few caribou to build a pipeline, or disadvantage a couple of dolphins to drill for oil, the public outrage cannot be contained. The cries of injustice and eco-treason can be heard across the land. But using the corpses of dead kids like firewood? Well, that’s just a practical cost-saving measure, now isn’t it?

“God help us.” – Matt Walsh, The Matt Walsh Blog (more…)

The importance of this court decision cannot be overestimated. If he had lost, he said, he would shut down his ministry rather than pay the fine. And if that could be done to a luminary like Dobson, it could be done to every last one of us.

“NEVER BEFORE has a citizen been required by a chief executive to take the life of another.” – Dr. James Dobson – Bob Unruh, WND (more…)

President Obama’s Internal Revenue Service today quietly released a series of Obamacare “Health Care Tax Tips” warning Americans that they must obtain “qualifying” health insurance – as defined by the federal government – or face a “shared responsibility payment” when filing their tax returns in 2015. – John Kartch, Americans for Tax Reform (more…)

We have a “shared responsibility” to make a “payment” to kill babies? Where does it say that in the Constitution?