Chelsea Clinton’s pregnancy — to me — was pretty expected. I mean she’s a woman in her mid-30s whose been married a few years, I’m surprised it didn’t happen earlier. I’m baffled by the fact that people are actually debating how this will have some kind of effect on Hillary 2016 but hey, that’s what they in election season (which is always with Hillary it seems.)
Pro-choicers had trouble dealing with conservatives who pointed out that the Clintons said Chelsea is pregnant with a “baby” and not a “clump of cells” — as pro-choicers like call unborn babies when they are not wanted.
And then there is the honest libtard who is honest, or stupid, enough to reveal that they are really not at all that sensitive to other people, and “feelings” doesn’t necessarily mean that the person is benevolent.
I was on a thread about “basic income” when a lefty started talking about managing global money that sounded an awful lot like Eugenics.
“Yes, by all means, let’s exterminate the undesirables.”
They followed up:
“You have a choice between two noble goals – help a lot of people or help a few people.
Helping a lot of people would help everyone a lot – they could use the money productively and would become contributing members of society.
Helping a few people would help only them a little – they can’t be made productive no matter how much is spent.
One is an investment, the other is a charity write-off.
You only have enough money to do one or the other. Which is right?
It’s not like the disabled would die – they would just not get all the resources they need to live a trouble-free life, but they would survive.”
I followed with -
“There is a noble choice you’re leaving out. Butt the f*ck out.”
This is an option that doesn’t even occur to these born buttinskis.
Marooned in Marin
The GOP establishment once again shows how little difference there is between them and liberal Democrats. (Breitbart)
According to a report in The New York Times, “Bush left public office seven years ago with a net worth of $1.3 million and an unapologetic determination to expand his wealth, telling friends that his finances had suffered during his time in government.”
Bush tried to prop up Lehman Brothers before it collapsed and almost took down the financial system with it, eventually costing taxpayers billions of dollars to bail out banks. This galvanized what would become the Tea Party movement. He has also been associated with some troubled and shady companies and executives, as well as a company that promoted Obamacare. Bush’s associations with Lehman Brothers may prove more troubling for someone the Tea Party already distrusts for his unabashed support of amnesty and the Common Core:
I got a call from BFH about an hour ago. He had passed through Savannah, Georgia. And from what he told me, the area of the city he passed through was made to be passed through!
TV ratings do tell a specific story. The number of true die hard progressives in this country is minute. Our job is to stop getting casual voters (aka lo-fo a-holes who vote purely out of civic duty) to stop assuming that voting left is preferred and safe and have them educate themselves on the issues and candidates. I’d bet that if you stripped off party affiliation and had people vote based on issues the right would win every election.
Weekend Shitshow Wrap-up
Take a cool but pleasant Friday, add in a nice Saturday and top it off with a really nice Easter Sunday, and what do you get? The second consecutive weekend shitshow. In all, eight (8) were killed and another 37 were shot and wounded.
A breakdown of the 45 incidents shows:
There is something allegorical about the fact that the United States Senate, that sclerotic, atrophied governing body, is led by a certifiable lunatic.
We are witnessing the madness of Harry Reid — a man in such a fevered grip of dementia and psychosis that he has become a sputtering, incoherent, paranoid, brain-addled basketcase.
What happens to a true believer of Liberalism who has lost his mind?
True, at first, we didn’t realize that he was nuts. We all just figured he was a garden variety Liberal.
But Harry Reid has gone starkers.
Is she ever going to dry her hair?
“No, absolutely not,” the November midterm election is not a referendum on President Obama and his policies, Democrat Party Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) told NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday.
I have it on direct authority from the man himself that he has just left South of the Border on Route 95 where it was reported he may have taken some rude photos with the gorilla statue. Note: That is NOT BFH posing under Pedro.
The AP has some news I’m sure will shock you. Just kidding. You won’t be surprised in the least.
Biofuels made from the leftovers of harvested corn plants are worse than gasoline for global warming in the short term, a study shows, challenging the Obama administration’s conclusions that they are a much cleaner oil alternative and will help combat climate change.
Leave it to Obama to pick the now retired gay Bishop for the Episcopal Church, Gene Robinson, to say the closing prayer at this year’s annual Easter Breakfast.
“POTUS ‘preaches’ at the Easter prayer breakfast. Then, out of the blue, asks ME to close with prayer. OMG!”
See the story here