Kevin McCullough

This last week through informal surveys on my blog and social networking pages I asked the public what the United States government had done to its citizens in ramming the partisan stimulus package through votes and preparing for it the President's desk. I had not thought of it previously but I ended up needing to go back to some of my facebook friends and blog readers to further ask them not to use the profane expressions they were in public venues because of my sometimes youthful readership.

See an interesting theme developed.

Many of them compared the act that the partisan half of Congress performed something akin to sexual assault on 'We The People.'

Perhaps for good reason. Let me see if I can explain.

Liberals are long known for light sentences for child molestors, opposition to child rape and child porn laws, and the speedy expediting of "freedom of speech" protections to pornographers, pedophiles, and male homosexuals who belong to the group NAMBLA. Slightly less well known but easily documented are the sympathies the left has towards lowering the age of consent laws so that it's not really a crime for adults and children to have sex. This past week the Obama administration pushed the nomination of David Ogden to the Justice Department. Ogden is well known for his desire not to prosecute those who fall into most of these categories.

But why should we expect anything less? President Obama is merely following in the steps of former President Clinton who made porn in the White House so common it was kind of scoffed at as an afterthought to his administration.

This week after many complaints finally decided to ban a virtual reality game called "Rapelay." Defenders of the game say it's not real rape because it only occurs between computer animations. There are no genuine side effects. And it won't impact reality.

Sort of like what liberals sound like when it comes to our money. The money we work increasingly harder to earn. And with one uber-partisan vote they take away. Taken faster than the speed of light or at least in shorter than being allowed to read the legislation that does so.

In the game Rapelay, reviewers have stated that the player must first sexually assault a mother character and her two daughters before being allowed to then "pick" their next series of victims.

In the Congress of Washington DC liberals have seen to it that our mothers and daughters will have less money in the home budget working for their protection and welfare.