The Allegations of Racism

Earlier, I read a column suggesting that Republicans are racist.  I became quite annoyed.  Okay, I became far more than annoyed at the careless allegations being so freely and wrongly thrown around for what appeared to be a self-serving motive to promote Democrats and demonize Republicans.

I have known a great many Democrats and Republicans in my life.  Never do I knowingly associate with racists no matter what skin shade they might happen to be, because I don’t like racists.  Never have and never will.  And, contrary to the opinion of the author of the piece that annoyed me so, the majority of racists I have ever known have been Democrats, not Republicans.  That’s right!  Democrats.

The difference between that author and me is that I don’t assume all Democrats are made out of a single mold, nor do I think Republicans are either.  Libs on the other hand, I’m not so sure about.  Their craziness seems to come from a singular mindset and no one knows what they are going to come up with next.

Back to racism though.

The Democrats are the ones that started up the KKK and encouraged what was to become Planned Parenthood, not for the good of women, but to get rid of as many of the unacceptables as they could.  The KKK didn’t like Blacks or Catholics or Jews or anyone who supported any who were.  So, just how can people now claim the Democrats are not racists and trying to protect the Blacks from the mean ole Republicans?  You know, the Republicans that fought for Civil Rights and such as the Democrats fought against it.

Some true history needs to be read, rather than simply reading these outlandish claims that are anything but representative of the truth.

Authors such as the one I am referring to, can propaganda it all they want, but it’s not our obligation to believe these horrendous fables simply because they do.  It is our obligation to seek out the truth and be willing to accept it once it is found.

Just like it is a lie that Republicans are trying to take away women’s contraceptives, it is a lie that they, as a group, are racists.

Public Relations is meant to sway people to think and act in a particular way.  Propaganda is PR on steroids, with no concern about truth in advertising.  It is meant, or most often used, to promote a known lie and to obtain a goal by whatever means is necessary.

False accusations of racism against the Republicans (as a whole) are just that.  It is propaganda.  It’s a known lie.  That is something that should matter to us all.  It’s time to say, “No more!  No more lies!”

The Rage of Sandy & the Pandering of the Obama’s

Obama is supposed to be sitting in Washington DC keeping a watchful eye on Sandy and the aftermath, is he not?  With this in mind, I started noting the emails coming from his camp.

Around 1:31 PM, October 29, 3012, Obama did send out an email offering to let us donate to the Red Cross via his website, however, it wasn’t long until the campaign donation solicitations began arriving.  Michelle Obama’s request for donations (for the campaign) was sent at 8:22 PM and talks about the raffle.

After it was mentioned that Romney was more focused on helping the victims of the devastating storm, here comes another email from the Obama campaign which mentions giving to the Red Cross via the Obama website again and a copy of the previous 1:31 PM email.  But then comes the 3:26 PM email (on October 30, 2012) that says, “Forward this:  How Obamacare helps.”  Yep, let’s use the devastation of Sandy to promote Obamacare and Obama’s campaign.

It didn’t stop there.

At 9:09 PM here comes the email, “I’m not going to sugarcoat this:”.  Indeed, another email worried about the extra money Mitt Romney and the Republicans raised and soliciting campaign donations.

What happened to the concern for the victims of Sandy?  Sure was brief and short lived, was it not?  The Obama campaign and donations for it are apparently far more important.

Says a great deal.  Says a great deal indeed.

The Desperation of the Obama Libs

You have to be kidding.  The Obama libs are at play again with their spins and distortions and righteous indignation.  Have they no honor?  Is it really their motto that all is fair in love, war and politics?  It would seem to be from all that has been transpiring.

Richard Mourdock a Republican Senate candidate from Indiana is not allowed to say that he is Pro-Life and believes life is precious or he is painted as a warrior against women?  Oh, but one can say it is fine and dandy to leave a living baby alone to die, if the mother intended an abortion and we are to all jump up and down in support of such cruelty?  Watch me not give praise or a jump of joy.

I listened to what Mourdock said and he did not say that he or God intended or supported rape in the slightest.  He wasn’t supporting the vicious act — he was merely saying that he feels life is precious and a gift from God even in such horrid situations.  Guess what!… many people actually feel life is precious as well.  Got a spin for that?

The Obama campaign is so desperate that it is looking for any word or phrase to spin?  It sure seems as though that is the case.  I’m not impressed.  I see the Obama campaign as pathetic, rude and childish.  If I had ever considered voting for the Obama — that has all changed now.  I would never vote for anyone that feels it is okay to take other people’s comments out of context and obviously distort what was intended.  People like that can’t be trusted.

Tell us again what Obama’s stance in on late term abortion and leaving babies to die?  I’d say Obama & Playmates have an ongoing “War on Innocent Life”, whether it be babies, elderly or you and me — the once unsuspecting!


The Mistake of Candy Crowley

Obama outright lied to the American peopleCandy Crowley’s mistake was to support his lie and protect him from challenge.  Now, Crowley’s credibility is damaged no matter what CNN might try to say.  It doesn’t matter that she finally admitted that Romney was right.  Crowley’s admission to error was after the fact.  Even then… she tried to blame it on Romney’s choice of wording, rather than the president lying and her wrongful support of that lie.

Obama said we should look at the transcript.  Many, many, many of us have.

I wasn’t impressed with the president’s strutting and that cocky smile, but I was even more disturbed by that admiring look from Crowley as the debate was ending.  I saw nothing “admiring” about how the debate unfolded or ended.  I also see nothing “admiring” about CNN saying Candy Crowley was right even when she has already admitted she was wrong.  A little honesty and fairness would be much appreciated, but I guess that is out-dated and an old fashioned way of looking at things.

The mistake of Candy Crowley is forgetting she was a moderator, not a participant, and obviously helping out one side over the other.  Many things may be quickly forgotten about this campaign, but other things will stand out and be shared for a long time to come.  Candy Crowley and the president’s attempt to rewrite history will be one of those things.  People won’t soon forget. The mistake of Candy Crowley was to think they would.

People Bored With Obama & Team?

It doesn’t matter how many thrill at the sight and sound of Obama, his brilliance of 2008 continues to fade with the lies and distortions and childish attacks on his opponent.  One has to wonder — doesn’t he get it?  Most likely, he doesn’t or the campaign would have changed paths long ago.

Spin as the Obama team (and participating media) might in their attempt to rewrite history, too many people saw and heard the video being blamed for the deaths of Ambassador Stevens and the other three victims in the Libya attack.  And, too many people were listening for two weeks after and heard the reports over and over insisting it was a mob protest (that got out-of-hand) resulting from that little known video.  Then there were the paid (paid by the taxpayers) ads assuring the Middle East that the United States government had nothing to do with… yes, with that little known video Obama and Hillary wanted to blame.

Obama sat there at the debate so cocky and saying he declared the embassy attack a terrorist attack.  “Get the transcript.”  Oh yes… let’s try to twist what was said and use a play upon words.  However,  too many people know that an “act of terror” is not necessarily a terrorist act and Obama didn’t declare anything a terrorist attack as he is now claiming.  If he did, why was everyone, including him continuing to blame the video and putting out public service ads?  He can’t have it both ways — not any longer.  Americans are paying attention and many aren’t liking what they see and hear.

Massive crowds used to gather to hear the Obama speak.  The crowds have massively thinned.  Massive amounts of people are tired of hearing the lies and distortions and the transferences so common among the Obama team.  It’s all gotten quite old.  And the truth is… many, many have become bored with Obama & Team.

Time to move on.

No, Joe, you didn’t make me proud

Joe Biden, I found your behavior at the VP debate to be rude and obnoxious.  I found nothing amusing and definitely nothing to be proud of.

Personally, I like to hear both sides and make my own decisions about what I hear.  I don’t appreciate people, like you, Joe, who try to distract, make it impossible for me to hear, or simply interrupt and take the conversation away from the very thing I wanted the answer to.

Of course, I guess that all works for Obama and you, Joe.  Apparently, you aren’t interested in the American people “hearing” the answers and therefore allowed a chance of making up their own minds.  No, you seem to want to make up our minds for us by signaling what you think is amusing or serious and, therefore, just how you suppose we should react to whatever the topic is at hand.

You’re wrong, Joe.

As a Catholic, I find you even more offensive than your mere inappropriate behavior at the debate.  How dare you say there is no attack on religious freedom?  Do you think we (most of us) are so stupid that we don’t get it?  Is that what you are having so much trouble not laughing your fool head off about?

Well, Joe, I have a secret for you — we do get it.  We know where you and your Obama leader stand.  You stand against the Catholic Church you claim to be a part of.  You stand against religious freedom, if it is Christian — especially Catholic.  Then, you mock any who dare suggest this is obviously so?

I’m not impressed, Joe.

That’s right, Joe, I’m really not impressed.  Just who is your God and what is your religion, when you think it is quite okay to support so many things that go against the teachings of the church you claim to be a part of?

When did you suddenly think it was okay to tell the rest of us that it was (and is) okay to believe in your “new” view of the Catholic religion in the “new” political style?  You know… politicians deciding what the Catholic Church should (and does) stand for and then all the while ignoring the Pope, Bishops and real church beliefs?

I don’t know when you got there, Joe, but I do think you have a few surprises in store for you and I’m not so sure you will be laughing and mocking, when it’s time for you to be evaluated by the One with the most important and ultimate vote.

Good luck.


The Dangers of Trusting Claire McCaskill

Todd Akin made a statement relying upon outdated scientific material.  He said that pregnancy from a rape was rare because of what a woman’s body does during the trauma of a “legitimate rape.”  People pounced on the allegation that women rarely get pregnant from a rape and the term of “legitimate.”

Perhaps Candidate Akin should have verified his information, but at least he didn’t pull that belief out of nowhere and put it out there to simply support his position.  He was going on an actual scientific study that had once been put out there as verified fact.  He had every reason to believe his information was accurate.  When he found out differently — he admitted so.

As for the term “legitimate rape”… people knew what he meant, or should have.  He wasn’t trying to downplay the horrors of rape or insult victims.   He said that pregnancy resulting from rape was rare, not that it never happened.  Therefore, it shouldn’t have been considered another case of the victimizing the victim.  At worse, it was merely poorly chosen words in this nit-pick society we have become.

Akin may have relied upon outdated material, but it was once the current medical findings.  He may have used the wrong adjective and set the world on fire.  However, it was Claire McCaskill that has shown her true colors over this matter.

On August 21st and updated September 4, 2012, KCTV5 reported:

> U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill said Tuesday that her GOP opponent should be given the benefit of the doubt about his unfortunate choice of words.

The Kansas City news channel quoted McCaskill as saying:

> “Congressman Akin and I disagree on some things, but he is sincere,” McCaskill said. “And while I disagree with what he said, he has now, just in the last few hours, really apologized for what he said.”

Claire McCaskill was being fair and calling for others to be as well, right?

On September 26, 2012, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, published “Todd Akin moves forward as Claire McCaskill deepens attack with ‘legitimate rape’ ad”, which says in part:

> McCaskill, meanwhile, wasted no time in opening up on Akin over his controversial comments last month on rape and pregnancy, now that she can do so without fear of driving him off the ballot and getting a new opponent.

> “Todd Akin said only some rapes are legitimate,” an announcer says in a McCaskill ad, marking her campaign’s first real foray into an issue that has rocked the national political landscape. “What will he say next?”

Claire McCaskill said her opponent really apologized and should be given the benefit of the doubt.  Well, apparently she meant “only” until she was sure he wasn’t going to bow out of the race.  Now, she seems to want us to doubt him and the misstatement has become something for her to attack him for.

Akin may have said it poorly, but at least he said what he believed to be true.  McCaskill?  Well, it looks like what she says is not always what she believes, but hey, this is politics, isn’t it?  Fight dirty and hope the people are too dumbed-down to see what is going on right in front of them.

Oh, and next time Claire tells you something, you might want to wait a few days and find out what she is saying then.  After all, the Akin situation does show the dangers of trusting Claire McCaskill, the honorable appearing candidate today, but the real politician tomorrow — not so much so.

The Liberals & The Phony War On Women

For the thousandth & one(th) time — the Republicans and Conservatives have not declared “War on Women”.  However the Liberals claiming such a war exists are clearly declaring war on the sanity of men and women alike.  It isn’t real.  It’s a political figment used to tick women and their allies off and hopefully sway votes.  It’s a cheater’s game.  And cheaters can never be trusted, especially to tell the truth about what they are up.

No one is trying to take away contraceptives.  They are readily available.  All the allegedly bad people are doing is saying they shouldn’t be required to pay for other peoples’ sex lives.  This is a war on women?  Give me a break.

Viagra is totally free of cost?  Then charge a co-pay for it, if that is what is behind women thinking contraceptives should be totally free (or at least charged to their employer), and make everyone happy.  Problem solved.

There are people out here that must pay co-pays for life-sustaining meds, but the focus is on making the Catholic and other religious institutions pay for contraceptives that they don’t believe in?  Taking away religious freedom is okay as long as the women get their sex freebies?  How responsible and sane is that?

No one is trying to deny women sex.  The argument that the conservatives are, sounds as though it is coming out of kid’s playbook.  “You just don’t love me.  You just don’t want me to have any fun.”  (Stomping feet comes to mind as well.)

The real argument is that contraceptives can be obtained and there is no attempt to stop it.  On the other hand, religious institutions and business owners, who have religious objections, are being told they will have to pay no matter their objections.  The so-called enlightened have deemed this to be.

The War isn’t on women.  The War is on Religious Freedom!

Women are just being used by the radical liberals & their pals, but they are too into “self” and the load of stuff fed to them to see it.  One day though, the truth will come home to haunt and they will see this was just a stripping of freedom and they were the tools to help make that happen.  One day, they may be willing to pay those contraceptive co-pays just to undo what was wrongly done.  It could very well be too late and there will be no one to blame but those who made it happen.

Offensive Thoughts or Political Games?

I’ve just read, “Ark. GOP calls candidates’ statements ‘offensive'”, via Yahoo news and I just don’t know what my reaction should be towards Rep. John Hubbard, the title or article itself, but I do know what my reaction is in the over-all scheme of it all.

A quote from that piece regarding Rep. John Hubbard is:


Hubbard wrote in his 2009 self-published book, “Letters To The Editor: Confessions Of A Frustrated Conservative,” that “the institution of slavery that the black race has long believed to be an abomination upon its people may actually have been a blessing in disguise.” He also wrote that African-Americans were better off than they would have been had they not been captured and shipped to the United States.

Okay, that could sound pretty bad —  or not — especially if we don’t know the rest of what he wrote.

Sometimes bad things have to happen to create and allow for good things, or to turn a person down a different and most wondrous path they would have never otherwise traveled.

Is that what this man meant and was trying to say?

Was he trying to say that slavery was a horrendous thing, but if we couldn’t stop it (because we are here and it was then), at least some good came of it?  Was he trying to simply point out the blessings, while not condoning the horrors?

Obviously, we’ll not know what was on his mind or in his book unless we read it or ask him, or maybe even give him a chance to explain what he was trying to say.  Yet, we are to take brief quotes, (without further explanation or context clarification), as ones that defines this Representative and whether he is worthy of a vote?

I don’t think so!

I would like some more information before I decide who is the bad guy or gal in this scenario.

In short:  This smells like politics at its worst, rather than some hidden secret revealed just in time, and I think everyone should refuse to play.

Voting is not a game!  It’s time to stop acting like it is.

Teacher Missed History Class: Compares Romney/Ryan to KKK

Surprise!  Surprise!  Teacher is confused or missed required history classes in her pursuit of a teaching degree and compares Romney/Ryan to KKK?  Or, perhaps it is just a sign of the times.  Radical Islam to be tolerated.  Christianity not so much so.  Koran good.  Bible bad.  Liberalism = perfectionalism.  Conservatism = acceptable focus of insult & intolerance.

According to Lee Brodie’s article, “Teacher Ridicules Student for Romney T-Shirt” (CNBC –

Many Republicans can’t help but wonder if a student wearing a pro-Obama T-Shirt in a Philadelphia school would have been subject to the kind of humiliation that Samantha Pawlucy was forced to endure.
The 16-year old sophomore, who attends Charles Carroll High School, told CNBC’s Larry Kudlow, that she was humiliated by a teacher for wearing a T-shirt in support of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan.

She said the teacher compared her to the worst racists in history — the Ku Klux Klan.

How ridiculous is this?

The KKK was not founded by the conservatives.  It is a product of the Democrats.  Yes, the Democrats — the very same people that fought civil rights and provided and fought for the murder of thousands of babies from the Black community via Planned Parenthood.  So, where did this confused teacher get the idea that a Romney/Ryan t-shirt is equal to the Ku Klux Klan?

Where oh where does any liberal idea come from?  Nobody knows.  It was just there one day and becomes fact, even if it isn’t and no matter how many history classes confirm the error of thought.

Yes, indeed, it appears this teacher must have missed history classes and went to the “Blame Bush” class instead, where transference becomes a virtue as long as that transference is being placed upon the Conservative or anything not considered PC that day.

Walking Into A Wall: Living With the Liberal Perspective

Walking into a wall would be more pleasant and less of a slam than trying to live with the out-of-control liberal perspective that is tainting the world and daily in our face with lies and distortions.  Yet, while we would be trying on a strait jacket if we picked walking into the wall, it’s considered normal and sane to silently endure the liberal politicians and media game of in our face lying and telling us what we heard or saw is not what we really heard and saw?

It’s a dizzy and strange thought that we are to know something is a lie and yet accept it as the truth because it is the present popular thing to do according to they.

One day we are told it — whatever it might be — will never happen.  It is simply wrong to even consider it and the other side is definitely wrong for suggesting it.

Next day we are told it — whatever it was — has happened because it was “the right thing to do” and it was done in spite of the other side trying to block it.

Okay.  Does that then mean that yesterday was erased from the calendar or is it verifiable evidence that there is a segment of our society that seems to suffer from delusions and disconnect from the rational reality realm the rest of us live in?

Excuse me.  I think I’ll go check out the nearest wall.  Care to join me?