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Good News: Obama Appoints Ebola Czar

Samwise24 Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 7:58 PM
I guess those other two Ebola experts, Rahm Emanuel and James Carville, were busy. What a joke.
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CBS Drives Away 'Anti-Gay' Catholics

Samwise24 Wrote: Oct 17, 2014 4:50 PM
It's never enough for the Left to just live and let live. They must infect everything with their ideological virus. There was no way that the velvet mafia in Hollywood was going to allow a drama about a wholesome, traditional Catholic family to continue without co-opting its message. Like hyenas, they came onto the scene and marked their territory by peeing all over it.
Deadspin now includes this "update" to the story: "How Deadspin F**ked Up The Cory Gardner Story" HAHA! The fools at Deadspin are standing there like Wile E. Coyote with a blown-up face, holding a little sign that says "ouch"
“My expectation is that within the next couple of weeks, he’ll be free.” I feel like we've been hearing that for the past several months!
Cosmo is a serious publication that offers insightful commentary on some of the most important topics of our time. Here an example:,14257/
Very true. But they still need to be called out and slapped down. That's exactly what Bomberger did. The hard-core Left in this country has been getting away with this kind of slander and misinformation for far too long.
Excellent article! Cosmopolitan Magazine is apparently wanting more people to take them seriously. They have decided to endorse candidates, and now they are trying their hand at writing articles that actually involve a degree of knowledge and research. Hilarity ensues. The Left continues to attempt to whitewash the true history of Planned Parenthood, and its founder Margaret Sanger. They also conveniently forget that one of Sanger's goals was the elimination of the "unfit," and "human weeds,"which included the poor, and Black people. Sanger shared these views during a speech to a very enthusiastic audience at a Ku Klux Klan rally. The Left tries to excuse this all away by claiming that these are antiquated views that are no longer in fashion. If that is the case, then why did Ruth Bader Ginsburg say the following in 2009? "Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of." And if eugenics is no longer de rigueur on the Left, then someone needs to explain John Holdren, one of Obama's many czars, who wrote a book called "Ecoscience" which extolls the virtues of forced sterilization and abortion for the "unfit."
Damning them with their own words. Excellent ad!
Actually, it was probably the IRS.
Chuck probably got a "friendly" phone call from the White House after the press conference where he took Carney to task for claiming that the recently-revealed emails were not about Benghazi. Looks like he's back with the program after his momentary lapse *with* reason.
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