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Posts by GenXFreedomFighter

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  • Publishing Source: Hillary Book a 'Bomb'

    06/16/2014 7:22:00 PM PDT · 37 of 111
    GenXFreedomFighter to elcid1970

    Barbara Olson died on 9/11.

  • McCain: Censure by state GOP makes me more likely to run

    01/28/2014 5:40:43 PM PST · 30 of 43
    GenXFreedomFighter to mandaladon

    That’s what it’s all about for ol’ McQueeg. Sticking a thumb in the eyes of those who criticize him. The country be damned when he gets his nose out of joint, he’s gonna get his revenge.

  • 25 Reasons To Dislike Liberals

    05/11/2013 8:12:59 AM PDT · 25 of 46
    GenXFreedomFighter to Tigerized
    Or is just me who gets irritated by any Prius with an Obama / Biden sticker on it?

    I get even more irritated by SUVs with Obama/Bidem stickers on them. I actually see more of those where I live. Flippin' hypocrites!

  • Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC): 'The Dam's About to Break on Benghazi'

    05/07/2013 5:30:12 PM PDT · 29 of 64
    GenXFreedomFighter to real_patriotic_american

    Wish I could believe ya, Lindsey, but too many of the American people are too busy watching their president on American Idol. Winning the contest just for being him. And the lamestream media will just keep yawning at this.

  • The Ways In Which Democrats And Republicans Really Are Like Cats And Dogs...

    03/04/2013 5:21:49 PM PST · 3 of 9
    GenXFreedomFighter to The Looking Spoon
    I did myself the disfavor of reading the original article. As much as they try, liberals are just not funny. Liberals simply love to pile on to vicious, ham-handed insults. That's what they call humor. No objective person could call that funny.

    The fact that Al Franken made a living on that for decades should have been a sign of the neo-fascist age in which we are living.

  • Obama: I can't do 'Jedi mind meld'

    03/01/2013 11:17:06 AM PST · 10 of 45
    GenXFreedomFighter to ColdOne
    Well, he sure as hell can do the Jedi mind trick on the press and his simpleton voters. All day long.

    These are not the Fast and Furious guns you are looking for ...

    Of course, it only works on the weak-minded.

  • Red Brain, Blue Brain: Republicans and Democrats Process Risk Differently, Research Finds

    02/13/2013 7:57:50 PM PST · 25 of 39
    GenXFreedomFighter to rbg81
    I see it differently. Most liberals I know think in terms of how their political action affects their self-image and how others see them. They want others to view them as compassionate and caring about people. That's why they vote to "help" others out of the public treasury, even past the point of bankruptcy.

    Conservatives, on the other hand, realistically assess risk vs. reward. We remain aware of the danger of bankruptcy and the real pain it will cause to ourselves and everyone around us, and so we act to avoid it, even if the choice is difficult because of our natural human compassion. I don't see conservatives coming out of this study looking bad at all if an interpretation like this is told. Sadly, I don't see this view getting much airtime with the drive-by media.

  • Sex Symbols Who Speak in Tongues?

    02/10/2013 7:17:27 PM PST · 24 of 118
    GenXFreedomFighter to Theo
    Couldn't resist a gratituous slap at Catholics, could you?

    Go pound sand.

  • Obama Administration: We Can and Will Force Christians to Act Against Their Faith

    12/29/2012 8:10:44 PM PST · 52 of 142
    GenXFreedomFighter to Olog-hai
    Not only is this a First Amendment violation, but at fines of $1.3 million PER DAY, how is this not an Eighth Amendment violation as well?

    Amendment VIII

    Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.

    A fine of $1.3 million per day for not paying for employees' abortions seems just a tad excessive to me, but then again I'm not a rabid baby-killer. Priorities, I suppose.

  • Lieberman: If Obama Can 'Do Something' About Guns by Executive Order, 'God Bless Him'

    12/18/2012 8:02:36 PM PST · 55 of 91
    GenXFreedomFighter to chessplayer
    Oh yes, those two politically useful words 'Do Something.' It doesn't matter whether it works or not, doesn't matter if it's too restrictive, doesn't matter if it's immoral. As long as the politicians get to Do Something so they can campaign forever bragging to the ignorant MSM-fed masses about how they Did Something. Then when we suffer the unintended consequences, they get to Do Something about those too, usually making it worse.

    Meanwhile, our freedoms are frittered away inch by inch.

  • Vandal Keys ‘Obama’ Into 2 Cars In Alta Loma

    10/27/2012 9:09:24 AM PDT · 41 of 58
    GenXFreedomFighter to granite
    I've had to clean the results of liberal tantrums off my house and vehicle twice. My house was egged two years ago, I'm pretty sure for the Rand Paul sign that was in my front yard. A few years ago I found an oatmeal creme pie in the bed of my truck, and smears from it on the back glass. It had a Bush/Cheney bumper sticker on it. Thank goodness I haven't had any property really damaged.


  • Mitt Romney vouched for low price on Staples stock that traded 10 times higher a year later

    10/26/2012 6:24:21 PM PDT · 84 of 84
    GenXFreedomFighter to Red Steel

    “In my opinion, that’s a good price to sell the securities at,” Romney ... testified.

    Oh my goodness! Not only did Romney offer an opinion on the price of the stock that this woman sold prematurely, but he ended a sentence with a preposition!!!!

    Oh, stop the presses! This man is not fit to wash Obama's shorts, much less take his job! Where's Matthews on this?

  • WOW! Romney Slicing and Dicing Obama Up At Dinner!

    10/18/2012 7:33:32 PM PDT · 51 of 98
    GenXFreedomFighter to ConservativeMan55

    Loved how Chrissy Matthews was making sour faces at Katie Couric when Romney brought up the unborn. And he dares to call himself a Catholic.

  • Video: SNL on debate – “The worst thing that ever happened” (MSNBC skewered)

    10/07/2012 12:43:39 PM PDT · 5 of 26
    GenXFreedomFighter to radpolis
    If SNL had any real courage, it would get a male actor to play Rachel Maddow.

    Fred Savage would be a great choice.

  • ***GOP Goes Alinsky on Obama***

    09/01/2012 8:06:48 PM PDT · 14 of 37
    GenXFreedomFighter to djone
    Oh, bullcrap. One does not have to be an Alinskyite to ridicule Obama and Biden. They're BEGGING to be made fun of. Obama's sanctimony coupled with his incompetence is a huge target, even if most Hollywood comedians fail to acknowledge it. Biden? Where do I start? It doesn't take the influence of a radical communist to do that.

    Making them live up to their own rules? Please. Pointing out Obama's broken campaign promises is not what Alinsky taught. A better example would be making them live up to their own impossible standards of political correctness, or accusing them of using racist 'dog whistles,' or pointing out their excessive use of energy despite their claims of how 'green' they are (Eastwood did this to Obama Thursday night).

    The left does this to the right when they discover Republicans performing homosexual toe-tapping in men's rooms, or having extramarital affairs, or accuse them of paying for abortions. Broken campaign promises don't have quite the same sting as accusations of hypocrisy committed against one's own declared moral belief system. That's what Alinsky meant by making your opponent live up to his own rules. 'Hoisting by one's own petard,' as it were.

    Regarding Rule 11: If you follow Alinksy, you don't attack and then offer the constructive alternative yourself. The Alinskyite tactic is to make the opponent (or 'enemy' if you're Obama) offer the constructive alternative when he attacks you - e.g. "You're right. I don't know how to solve this problem. What is your plan?" You would have to be fairly confident that your opponent doesn't have that plan. One could say that Romney was actually countering the Alinskyite tactic before it was employed.

    As for pick the target, polarize, freeze ..., well, Romney is running against Obama and his failed presidency. It doesn't take a radical Alinskyite to identify that particular target. But Alinsky was talking about putting a face to a faceless target on a more local level. If you want to fight City Hall, which is a faceless, inhuman entity, you can't do that as effectively as if you pick a person as a scapegoat and gin up hatred among the masses against him, a la Snowball in Animal Farm, or Emmanuel Goldstein in 1984.

    A little ridicule from Clint Eastwood does not an Alinskyite campaign make. I seriously doubt Romney's campaign is going to sink to the level of an Alinsky operation.

  • Gross… Code Pink to Send Photos of Their Vaginas to RNC Convention

    08/10/2012 8:13:57 PM PDT · 2 of 143
    GenXFreedomFighter to ilovesarah2012


  • Baltimore Archbishop: Catholic Voters Can’t Vote for a Candidate Who Stands for an Intrinsic Evil

    08/09/2012 7:28:55 PM PDT · 23 of 45
    GenXFreedomFighter to workerbee
    I continue to believe his invitation was a bad idea.

    OK, but consider this. Pro-abortion presidential candidates have been invited to this dinner for decades. It's a long tradition of having both presidential candidates show up and make a speech. Snubbing Obama on this will invite accusations of singling him out, and that singling out will be assumed to be motivated by racism. Preposterous in the context of the work of the Church, of course, but the media will beat that drum for several days. Nothing like using one of their favorite weapons to bash one of their favorite targets.

    Better to have both Obama and Romney at the dinner, and allow Romney to upstage Obama by mentioning the rights of the unborn in a room full of Catholics. It was beautiful to watch the extended applause when George W. Bush did that in 2000, and left Al Gore to just stare at the table in front of him.

  • Homosexuals Demand that Chick-Fil-A Stop Serving “Gay Chicken”

    08/05/2012 4:44:26 PM PDT · 41 of 82
    GenXFreedomFighter to massmike

    In the animal kingdom, males often hump other males not for sexual gratification, but to show and reinforce dominance. I don’t know that chickens do it for that purpose, but it just shows there are better explanations for that behavior than genuine sexual attraction between male animals. Of course, we can’t confuse the liberals with the facts, can we?

  • Nancy Pelosi Prefers Her Chicken To Be Kentucky Fried

    07/31/2012 3:26:33 PM PDT · 5 of 33
    GenXFreedomFighter to Libloather

    Dollars to donuts she’s never had KFC in her life. That’s peasant food.

  • What The Housing Recovery Will Look Like Under An Obama Second Term...

    07/27/2012 10:49:37 AM PDT · 3 of 8
    GenXFreedomFighter to The Looking Spoon

    I was thinking more like grass huts, but it may take a while longer for things to get that bad. Maybe the third term that’ll come when Obama goes public with his decision not to enforce the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution.

  • Obama reflects on his biggest mistake as president

    07/12/2012 7:21:08 PM PDT · 8 of 25
    GenXFreedomFighter to Nervous Tick

    Oh, puke. Why doesn’t he just say something like “I just care too much and don’t stop to take enough time for myself?”

  • Obama's Goose is Cooked

    07/07/2012 6:58:07 AM PDT · 34 of 174
    GenXFreedomFighter to no dems
    Taxing rich people won’t create jobs. Neither will bashing Bain Capital.

    I'd love to see Romney use a line similar to this in a debate. That would be a hell of a lot better than when Clinton bit his lip and quietly said, "No attack ever fed a hungry child" after Bob Dole tore into his record.

  • Romney: Gay couples should have right to adopt

    05/12/2012 11:03:08 AM PDT · 266 of 271
    GenXFreedomFighter to madprof98

    Sad, isn’t it?

  • Romney: Gay couples should have right to adopt

    05/11/2012 9:36:20 PM PDT · 251 of 271
    GenXFreedomFighter to madprof98
    A pregnant woman who has no control over where her child is placed ...

    Sorry, but that is flat out wrong. My wife and I have been trying to adopt a newborn for years. We've had multiple birth mothers choose us, and then pull out. Once upon a time things were different, but nowadays the birth mother has all the power. She chooses the adoptive family from a multitude of profiles, and she can change her mind at the last minute. Believe me, it happens often in the modern system.

    ... might well reject the possibility of adoption--and perhaps even choose abortion instead.

    Furthermore, babies are not saved from the abortion mill by adoption. Think about it. Women don't have abortions because there is a lack of couples willing to adopt their children. They have abortions because they don't feel they can give the child the life they would want it to have, and they don't want it known that they were pregnant and gave up a child. There is still a strong stigma in many circles against giving up one's child for adoption, and many women opt to avoid that issue. Otherwise, abortion would be far less common. Please understand that I'm not condemning women who abort, as awful as what I'm describing sounds.

  • Department of Labor Backs Down

    04/28/2012 3:24:02 PM PDT · 17 of 24
    GenXFreedomFighter to John Semmens
    “I suppose if we are going to have family-owned farms this is necessary. But given the hazards, we might want to think more seriously about restructuring the industry. It seems there would be considerable economies-of-scale from consolidating the current hodgepodge of individually owned farming units into larger collective or communal operations.”

    Yes, Boris, ve must haff order! All decisions must come from central planning. No more of thees chaotic individuality!

    We must get these people out of office. Pronto.

  • Another Excuse from Both Ways Barack

    04/28/2012 1:46:36 PM PDT · 8 of 8
    GenXFreedomFighter to Erik Latranyi

    Sounds to me like all the more reason to make sure he gets elected. If it’s good for the country, it’ll be good for Romney, like it or not. Whether Romney was your guy or not, the time for rooting against him is over.

  • Bob Beckel Just said F*** on the air live and tried to blame Hannity!

    04/16/2012 7:12:08 PM PDT · 10 of 110
    GenXFreedomFighter to MacMattico

    The mouth is quicker than the brain with that one.

  • Hillary Clinton says Limbaugh should be called out for 'verbal assault'

    04/02/2012 7:26:56 PM PDT · 15 of 92
    GenXFreedomFighter to Free ThinkerNY

    That’s rich ... she’s been partly responsible for making politics the bloodsport it’s been for the last twenty-five years, and now she’s calling for a return to civility. She must mean the good old days when conservatives used to just sit back and take their crap. Bring it on, Hill. Bring it on.

  • Sharpton: Zimmerman "not under life extenuating circumstances from IT and Skillets"

    03/29/2012 7:37:36 PM PDT · 41 of 74
    GenXFreedomFighter to dead

    Andrew Breitbart is somewhere laughing his head off. He was just saying at CPAC shortly before he died that giving Sharpton a political show is Dadaism. It’s Andy Kaufman. The absurdity continues.

  • 'I Love Sex and I Love Men... I'm From A Family of Whiskey Drinkers': John McCain's Daughter...

    03/15/2012 10:31:36 PM PDT · 36 of 84
    GenXFreedomFighter to Steelfish

    ‘Strictly dickly’? There ya go, Meghan. Stay classy, and keep making Daddy proud!

  • Carney to bishops: Birth control decision is final

    03/15/2012 5:57:37 PM PDT · 20 of 68
    GenXFreedomFighter to Nachum

    That’s OK. This administration won’t be around long enough to enforce this mandate. Screw ‘em.

  • Chu backpedals on call for higher gas prices (Too late)

    03/13/2012 7:21:58 PM PDT · 22 of 34
    GenXFreedomFighter to tobyhill
    This is what happens when a member of the Obama administration says something that Americans find offensive:

    Day 2: "I take back what I said."

    Day 3: "I didn't mean what I said."

    Day 4: "You misinterpreted what I said."

    Day 5: "What are you talking about? I never said that!"

    Wherever he is now, George Orwell is laughing.

  • Obama Says Accusations of Waging War on Religion are "Puzzling"

    03/13/2012 6:54:23 PM PDT · 41 of 56
    GenXFreedomFighter to Nachum

    The only thing that puzzles him is how we benighted bitter clingers figured it out.

  • I Am Andrew Breitbart (video)

    03/05/2012 7:12:02 PM PST · 3 of 36
    GenXFreedomFighter to Nachum

    Breitbart was our William Wallace. We need to win this election for him.

  • A Statement from Rush (Rush offers apology to Slut!)

    03/03/2012 2:37:34 PM PST · 88 of 743
    GenXFreedomFighter to TSgt
    I think Rush apologizing is for the best. He was pointing out the absurdity of Fluke asking for her contraception to be provided to her free of charge, and the ridiculous amount of money she claims it costs, by pointing out how much sex one must be having for the cost to be that high. The melodramatic way she portrayed the 'plight' of the girls on campus who can't get birth control drugs was high comedy. I understood Rush's tongue-in-cheek intent, as would anyone would who listens on a regular basis and gets it. He crossed the line, however, when he used the word 'slut.'

    In the lamestream media, the story is not the absurdity of Fluke's bogus victim status or the entitlement mentality for which she has just become the poster girl. It's that Rush called a young girl (though older than we were first led to believe) a nasty name to a national audience. That's all the casual observer of news is going to take away from this. It also enabled her to go on TV again and play up her victimhood to the world. Therefore, he has become the bad guy, and it makes our side look like a bunch of judgmental Pharisees.

    We have to be smarter than that if we are going to win on this issue of religious freedom. And we have to win this one.

  • A Statement from Rush

    03/03/2012 2:17:51 PM PST · 1 of 10
    For over 20 years, I have illustrated the absurd with absurdity, three hours a day, five days a week. In this instance, I chose the wrong words in my analogy of the situation. I did not mean a personal attack on Ms. Fluke.

    I think it is absolutely absurd that during these very serious political times, we are discussing personal sexual recreational activities before members of Congress. I personally do not agree that American citizens should pay for these social activities. What happened to personal responsibility and accountability? Where do we draw the line? If this is accepted as the norm, what will follow? Will we be debating if taxpayers should pay for new sneakers for all students that are interested in running to keep fit?In my monologue, I posited that it is not our business whatsoever to know what is going on in anyone's bedroom nor do I think it is a topic that should reach a Presidential level.

    My choice of words was not the best, and in the attempt to be humorous, I created a national stir. I sincerely apologize to Ms. Fluke for the insulting word choices. Click here to find out more!

  • Obama says Afghan apology calmed anti-US violence

    02/29/2012 6:42:37 PM PST · 16 of 19
    GenXFreedomFighter to Free ThinkerNY

    After the radicals have somewhat sated their thirst for blood and death for a few days, Obama thinks he gets to take credit for ending it. Never mind that the murders went on for days after he rolled over for those butchers. He’ll probably say tomorrow that it would have been worse if he hadn’t bent over for them. He makes the same boasts about his lame approach to the economy. When things start to bottom out and come to equilibrium, and the numbers arguably start to look better, he gets to claim that he’s ‘brought us back from the brink.’ Meanwhile the price of gas climbs to record highs and the work force continues to shrink. What a Douchebag.

  • Obama the Lawbreaker versus the Catholic Church

    02/22/2012 3:46:13 PM PST · 3 of 5
    GenXFreedomFighter to neverdem

    Obama makes it quite clear ... HE IS THE LAW!

  • Video: Obama Sings 'Sweet Home Chicago' During Concert at the WH

    02/21/2012 7:41:13 PM PST · 3 of 21
    GenXFreedomFighter to Talkradio03

    Oh brother, more singing. I can see all the Facebook video posts now from my female liberal friends who voted for a boyfriend instead of a president.

  • Newt won't campaign in Michigan

    02/21/2012 7:22:32 PM PST · 71 of 90
    GenXFreedomFighter to LowTaxesEqualsProsperity

    So there are so-called “conservatives” who will stay home in November if Santorum is the nominee? And from the moniker ‘Saint Rick’ I take it that this is because they’re offended by his social conservatism and outspoken Christianity. They’re willing to reelect Obama by default over that? I call B.S.

  • MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell Sneaks Insult That Republicans Have ‘Devolved’

    02/21/2012 7:02:58 PM PST · 8 of 17
    GenXFreedomFighter to Nachum
    It wouldn't surprise me to find out that Skeletor is right about GHWB and Planned Parenthood. I've read that while a Texas congressman, he was so devoted to programs fostering contraceptives that he earned the nickname 'Rubbers' from his fellow members.

    Of course, the media and the Dumbocrats (but I repeat myself) want to keep pretending that there are Republicans who want to outlaw contraception so that this phony issue is forever conflated with the real issue of Obama stomping on our religious freedoms.

  • Tocqueville Foresaw the Obama Years

    02/20/2012 4:13:56 PM PST · 6 of 27
    GenXFreedomFighter to Lady Lucky

    You can get ‘Democracy’, the Federalist Papers, and a lot of other books and writings from around the founding of the nation for free on Kindle.

  • Video: Krauthammer On Santorum And Social Issues

    02/18/2012 8:06:22 AM PST · 30 of 47
    GenXFreedomFighter to C. Edmund Wright
    No, I did not edit out your 'IFs'. I think I made that clear. You made clear that you've already made up your mind about Santorum. If he said that sex is only for procreation, then that reinforces your opinion. If not, well, your opinion is still unchanged. That's fine. That's your opinion and you're entitled to it. I didn't post my response solely for your benefit. Other people will read this thread. I'm simply pushing back against this unfair perception of Santorum and the Catholic Church.

    I don't need to google harder. I know what Santorum has said, and he has not said that sex is only for procreation. What he has said on the issue is unpalatable to a lot of ears, I'll grant you that. But saying that sex is only for procreation? I'm now confident in saying a big NO to that.

    I do agree with you that Santorum shouldn't go out of his way to talk about people's private sexual behavior. That's no way to win a national election, and it's a topic that's none of a president's business in America. But he has said enough that now he can't avoid being questioned on it. So he has to be careful how he addresses it from now on. His views are unpopular, but what people seem to fail to understand is that a president is not a dictator, and he cannot foist his personal religious views on the nation the way Obama has with his liberation theology. And he's not interested in doing so. This is a a handicap, but I think he can overcome it if he addresses it correctly. Let's face it, it's not like the other three candidates don't have serious negatives themselves.

  • Video: Krauthammer On Santorum And Social Issues

    02/18/2012 7:18:57 AM PST · 22 of 47
    GenXFreedomFighter to C. Edmund Wright
    You asked the question, which is fair, and then you went on to call Santorum a humorless prig and a prude. Call me crazy, but I think that may look to some as if you may have something against him. Take that for what it's worth.

    I've been Googling and cannot find any direct evidence that Santorum ever said that sex is only for procreation. I realize that that doesn't prove the negative. I could be wrong. What he has said is that his view is the Catholic teaching on sexual relations. Lots of folks (many of whom have it in for the Church, let's be honest) distort the Church's teaching into 'sex only for procreation.' What the Church actually teaches is that sex has two purposes, unitive and procreative, and that it is only for people united in holy matrimony.

    That a Christian church would teach that sex is only for married couples should not be a surprise to anyone. Santorum loses the anti-Christian leftists in the media and elsewhere right there. As for the teaching on 'unitive and procreative,' the Church stresses that the sexual union is essential to a marriage because it emotionally binds two people closer to each other by its very nature. That happens whether or not the sex results in a pregnancy.

    The part that is tricky for a lot of people is that the sexual union must be open to procreation, meaning that there should be no physical or chemical barriers to prevent that from happening. That is NOT the same as saying that the only reason anyone should have sex is that they want a baby. The Church recognizes legitimate reasons for not wanting to get pregnant (spacing of births, financial difficulty, etc). In fact, as part of the marriage preparatory program, many dioceses now require a Natural Family Planning (NFP) course, teaching scientific methods of avoiding pregnancy while still enjoying a healthy sex life.

    So to say that the Church teaches that sex is only for procreation is ridiculous. People who perpetuate that distorted view are either uninformed or disingenuous. I suspect that the above is the view shared by Rick Santorum. If not, then he is out of step with the Catholic Church.

  • Social Issues and the Santorum Surge

    02/17/2012 8:23:27 PM PST · 6 of 11
    GenXFreedomFighter to writer33

    Interesting article. I do think Santorum needs to defend himself more vigorously against the media’s attempts to paint him as a theocratic busybody. Hell, that describes Obama better than anybody else, with his foisting of liberation theology on the nation.

  • Santorum Backer: In His Day Used Aspirin Between Their Knees for Birth Control

    02/16/2012 3:45:25 PM PST · 25 of 91
    GenXFreedomFighter to AnTiw1
    Interesting that the media is creating this paranoia that Rick Santorum wants to outlaw birth control. No one who is honest with him/herself can believe that. It is possible to have a religious belief and not want to foist it on the whole country. That's what our personal and religious freedom is all about!

    However, Obama is foisting his Gaia worship and liberation theology on the nation and the media cheers. No one escapes Obama's penalties for success or using the energy that success requires. Conservatives haven't even hit upon this, that I know of.

  • Obama wants US taxpayers to pay to help build an Islamic World Caliphate

    02/16/2012 3:25:41 PM PST · 7 of 12
    GenXFreedomFighter to Starman417

    I’ve never seriously believed Obama was a Muslim. At least, not a practicing one. He does so many things against the Muslim religion. Drinking alcohol is one, being a communist is another. A radical Muslim government is antithetical to Obama’s obvious communism. And it would seem inconsistent with his belief that he is God. But once in a while, he does something like this and makes me wonder if he is rooting for the Caliphate and indeed wants to be the Caliph.

  • Jimmy Carter casts Occupy movement as successful

    02/15/2012 7:32:06 PM PST · 8 of 12
    GenXFreedomFighter to quantim

    Yeah, that’s a man who knows success when he sees it. *snort*

  • American Catholicism’s Pact With the Devil

    02/13/2012 3:30:28 PM PST · 29 of 36
    GenXFreedomFighter to QT3.14

    I posted a link to the article on Facebook. Waiting now for the flames from my fellow Catholic friends who happen to be Obamunists.

  • Lew: Obama's latest stance on birth-control mandate final, puts issue to rest (CAPTION)

    02/12/2012 4:12:25 PM PST · 39 of 73
    GenXFreedomFighter to Libloather
    I loved when the little weasel was on FNS this morning bragging about how a total medical insurance package, on the whole, is less expensive with contraceptives coverage than without. When Chris tried to get him to explain it, he just repeated himself. What he wasn't saying is that it's more expensive if you catch the 'disease' of pregnancy. Well, duh! If your health care has to cover prenatal care, a birth, and pediatric care, then you have to carry your 'products of conception' on your policy until he or she is 26 (by mandate of Obamacare!!!), then hell yes, the contraceptives are cheaper!

    I just wonder what coercion there will be in the future for couples who actually want kids. How will they be pressured out of having families for the good of our society, or the planet, or some other such nonsense? We have to get rid of this administration, or America is over.