Wednesday, August 22, 2012

At Least Romney Hasn't Declared War on Religion

Sure, Romney has launched a trainwreck with his 'kill only some babies' asininity.

But (so far) he hasn't declared war on religion, as has the TinPot Obozo.

And the list in the cited article is NOT comprehensive.


Jim said...

"This book describes how Obama enthusiastically embraced Saul Alinsky’s tactics to promote his ideological agenda and his political career."

EVERYBODY embraces Saul Alinsky's tactics. What do you think the Tea Party rallies and disruptions of town hall meetings on ACA in Summer of 2009 were? Rules for Radicals was not written specifically for leftist radicals.

And the list in the cited article is NOT comprehensive.

Perhaps not, but much is deceptive if not totally inaccurate.

Obama did NOT stop the White House "tradition" of sponsoring an event on National Prayer day. No such tradition existed.

Obama suggested cuts to the DC voucher system, but Congress makes the law. Obama is a major supporter of public schools. The "fact" (assuming it is a fact) that most vouchers were used for Catholic schools does not demonstrate a war on religion.

Why wouldn't the Obama Administration cancel funding for abstinence-only sex-education? Everyone knows it is not effective.

"Obama’s Department of Homeland Security released a ridiculous report that argued pro-lifers could be a serious threat to National Security."

I've demonstrated here before that this is a false statement. The DHS report categorized ACTUAL incidents of violent activities, with religious motivations being one of several categories. The report also showed that incidents with religious motivations were the smallest category. Schlafly's assertion is a blatant falsehood.

"will no longer forgive student loans in exchange for public service if that service is related to religion."

Uh, no. Not "related". Public service is excluded if it is specifically "related to religious instruction, worship services, or any form of proselytizing". Why should the government pay for this?

That's plenty for now.

Anonymous said...

At Least Romney Hasn't Declared War on Religion????????

Dad your simply wrong.
Your just another tow bit political hack.
you refer to Romney as "another vicious anti-Catholic"

and I will use your own words and link to your to your article prove it.

Link to your own article:

Not only the 'back-and-forthright' candidate, but another vicious anti-Catholic.

Yes, I'm referring to Willard Romney, perma-candidate.

A defining moment in Mitt Romney's post-pro-life-conversion political career came in his third year as governor of Massachusetts, when he decided Catholic hospitals would be required under his interpretation of a new state law to give rape victims a drug that can induce abortions.

Romney announced this decision — saying it was the "right thing for hospitals" to do — just two days after he had taken the opposite position.

The story includes another Willard Romney habit: hiding in the dark!!

...As Planned Parenthood and NARAL demanded action on the bill, and the Massachusetts Catholic Conference continued to speak out against it, Gov. Mitt Romney remained mum.

"Shawn Feddeman, spokeswoman for Gov. Mitt Romney, declined to comment on the governor's position on the bill," the Boston Globe reported on July 1, 2004. "'We'll review it when it reaches the governor's desk.'"

The bill was reintroduced in the next session — and Romney remained mum.

(You will recall that hiding in the dark is exactly what Willard did on the homosex-marriage bill--until he un-Constitutionally rammed it through by executive fiat.)

Next chapter:

On Dec. 7, 2005, a week before the law was to take effect, the Boston Globe ran a piece headlined: "Private Hospitals Exempt on Pill Law." The article said the state Department of Public Health had determined that the emergency contraception law "does not nullify a statute passed years ago that says privately run hospitals cannot be forced to provide abortions or contraception."

Public Health Commissioner Paul Cote Jr. told the Globe: "We felt very clearly that the two laws don't cancel each other out and basically work in harmony with each other."

Romney spokesman Fehrnstrom told the Globe that Romney agreed with the Department of Public Health on the issue. The governor, he said, "respects the views of health care facilities that are guided by moral principles on this issue."

And finally, the RomBama pronouncement:

Liberals joined in attacking Romney's defense of Catholic hospitals. But that defense did not last long.

The same day the Globe ran its editorial, Romney held a press conference. Now he said his legal counsel had advised him the new emergency contraception law did trump the 1975 conscience law.

"On that basis, I have instructed the Department of Public Health to follow the conclusion of my own legal counsel and to adopt that sounder view," Romney said. "In my personal view, it's the right thing for hospitals to provide information and access to emergency contraception to anyone who is a victim of rape."

The Weathervane Governor became the Weathervane candidate--where he's been for the last 20 years or so.

There's a reason he's never been the nominee.

Anonymous said...

If Romney is elected, he'll take away our Bibles and force Christians to read the Book of Mormon.

Dad29 said...

You never found me defending Romney for his egregious White-Shoe-Country-Club inanity.

(Same goes for Thompson).

He sucks. But Obozo sucks worse.

Tim Morrissey said...

So many's hard to keep track....on Christmas, on religion, on drugs, on terror, on family values...

Saint Revolution said...

TO: Ann 8/23/2012 11:19 AM:

For the "umpteenth time", will you PLEASE proofread your inane vacuous drivel before posting?!

It is "you're", not "your".
It is "two", not "tow".
Sentences begin with capital letters.
Sentences do NOT begin with "and".
BTW, it is "etc.", not "ect.".


How can anyone begin to accept you even semi-seriously if you don't have enough pride in your own postulates, theorems, and proofs to edit and proofread them before posting?

It is a total reflection on and of you as an AMATEUR researcher, analyst, and writer.

Notice I'm gritting my teeth and trying hard at holding nastiness in abeyance..

Just tellin' ya...

Anonymous said...

Oh Dad, got to see this Romney video!
See how he responds to the HHS mandate.
He is a sneaky weasel.....and yes, Obama is worse.....and again, I will not vote for either SOB running for President.

................Romney deploys *exactly* the same language Obama deploys about “freedom of worship” and subtly reduces “freedom of religion” “freedom of worship” to weasel out of that commitment. It’s extremely significant. “Freedom of *religion*” is constitutional language that expresses the right of believers to believe and live as they please in the public square. “Freedom of worship” is Ruling Class code language (constantly deployed by Obama) that means “believers can think as they please in the privacy of their homes and sanctuaries (for now, till we decide to come after them there too) but they should shut up and not trouble us in the public square or in the halls of power”. It is language carefully and deliberately insinuated into public discourse to marginalize and silence believers in the public square. Romney’s careful choice of those words makes clear, yet again, that he has every intention of betraying Catholics and prolifers and no intention whatsoever of confronting either abortion *or* the HHS Mandate’s assault on religious liberty. Instead of making excuses for that and lying to ourselves that once he is in power we are really going to “hold his feet to the fire” we should grow a spine right now, confront this duplicitous scoundrel right now, or simply acknowledge that the conservative Christians and Catholics essentially exist in American politics to serve as a feeder belt in the voting booth for Republicans, not to actually influence GOP politics in any serious way whatsoever..................

Jim said...

For the "umpteenth time", will you PLEASE proofread your inane vacuous drivel before posting?

Shouldn't there be a comma after "inane"?

Anonymous said...

"He sucks. But Obozo sucks worse."

Seriously? Compromise principles for the "lesser of two evils"?

Nope. No RINO's deserve the vote of true conservatives.

Saint Revolution said...

TO: Jim 8/24/2012 1:37 PM:


That is a common error in punctuation.

I am not listing three or more adjectives, i.e., items.

With a list of two items, punctuation is based upon logical natural flow within the context of the sentence (i.e., how would one speak the sentence, including pauses).

This is why I also did not seperate the two adjectives by the conjunction, "and".

Within your sentence, however, "...comma after "inane"..." should read "...comma after, "inane"...". The quotation marks here dictate.

Anonymous said...

"Shouldn't there be a comma after "inane"?"

Yes, there should be, Jim.

Comma Rule 2--The Comma With Coordinate Adjectives

Coordinate adjectives are adjectives placed next to each other that are equal in importance. Use a comma to separate them when the word "and" can be inserted between them.

He is a strong, healthy man.

We stayed at an expensive summer resort. {You would not say expensive and summer resort, so no comma.)

In addition, inane and vacuous are similar words, i.e. synonyms. Use one or the other as a description for the noun, not both words.

Saint Revolution said...

TO: Ann 8/25/2012 7:55 AM:

Here we go aaaaaaggggggggaaaaaaaiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnn...


Once again, it is based upon logical natural flow within the context of the sentence.

Such the likes of, ", Ann, are a debilitating obnoxious twerp who is positively perpetually wrong...".

Ann, I see you're referencing your 4th Grade phonics books again.

...or should I write, "your referencing..."? I believe you'd be most comfortable with that, Gomer.

AnnDullard: why would anyone take authorship advice from you? Read your own ComBox postings, for crying out loud.

Once stink, man.

I, truly, am your hero. You have one massive inferiority complex. While I could care less about you, you chase me 'round Dad29 like a the weakest goose trying to catch the flock. This last ComBox post of yours' was within minutes of my ComBox post.

You have got to be the most scared, self-depracating, unconfident, "chip-on-your-shoulder", proofless, emotionally insecure, low-class, simpering wimp I believe I've ever encountered. Someone needs to lock you away. You are public moron #1.

...and take that Crayola crayon out of your mouth (it's Magenta, Mom) and go clean your room...

Jim said...

According to this, this, this, and every other source I found on Google, you are wrong, San. You apparently are thinking about a list of three or more items in a series and not two or more adjectives when the and can be inserted between them.

As far as when you said, "Within your sentence...", you would have been correct had I quoted you. However, I was NOT quoting you. I was using quotes to refer to the word itself in which case placing a comma before the quoted word would be incorrect.

A wise person would offer lessons on a subject with which he has some expertise.

Anonymous said...

"I, truly, am your hero. You have one massive inferiority complex. While I could care less about you, you chase me 'round Dad29 like a the weakest goose trying to catch the flock."

Says the meglomaniac who repeatedly responds to anonys. If I supposedly have a massive inferiority complex, what do YOU have, using YOUR own criteria, St. Revo?

Anonymous said...

Shows you how much Jim cares for his argument against your post dad29. He cares more about commas.

Saint Revolution said...

TO: Ann and Jim:

You two dullard dunces have absolutely no idea what the hell you write about.

You two imbeciles "surf" a few sources on Google and tout yourselves as, "The Professors ShitHead".

...and all this coming from two doofuses whose history of ComBox postings on Dad29 reads like they were written by a mongoloid mentally retarded second grader with ADD.

The absolute worst telltale? The sum of all your combined knowledge is what you can search out on Google.

It's infinitely pathetic.

The combined intellectual information between you two could fit on the tip of one of Ann's pubic hairs...if he was man enough to have any.

BTW, once again, you are both wrong...completely completely wrong (notice no comma...fuckwads?).

Step beyond your fourth grade phonics and your "Google" and study professional writing before you spread your bile, you diaper rashes.


Bellezza svanisce. L'intelligenza è per sempre. Le "Professors ShitHead" non hanno né.

Anonymous said...

"You two imbeciles "surf" a few sources on Google and tout yourselves as, "The Professors ShitHead"."

Doesn't St. Revo also cite materials from the Internet as evidence? Doesn't locating sources serve as proof of one's position?

Also note that St. Revolution did not offer a rationale HOW the anonys' and Jim are wrong, he just goes off on yet another juvenile rant.

Finally, if the anonys' supposedly have a massive inferiority complex, what do YOU have, using YOUR own criteria, St. Revo, when you repeatedly respond to us? Looks like WE ALL are in the same boat, then, according to YOUR logic.

Jim said...

Anon 9:04, San Torem's apparent goal is to impress people with how much of his namesake he can spread within this "community".

Note the hypocrisy he displays by complaining when we don't provide a source and then complaining when we DO provide a source that proves him wrong. All the while he provides HIS "expertise" with credentials and without sourcing.

Let me get something to clean up his mess.

Saint Revolution said...

TO: Jim (and Ann):

A bankgster CLEANING UP a mess?!?!

Oh, yea...dost thou haveth, nay, even modicum credentials...Benedict...dost thou haveth...

Yeah, we'll all await your grand delusion...

Stepping through the looking glass much, Ji(s)m?

I am namesake. You jackasses chasing me 'round 29 fulfill your own actualization(s).

Geez, it's like toying with puppy dogs' brains.

Yonder dolteths cometh, Launcelot...methinks, yea, methinks live bray fodder...

Anonymous said...

TO: Jim (and Ann)--A bankgster CLEANING UP a mess?!?!

Um, St. Revolution, you do realize that you touted the work of one Dr. Jerome Corsi, a former BANKER/INVESTOR when putting forth an argument on a previous post. He was an embezzler who also rubbed shoulders with white supremacists. And he was also a plagiarist to boot. It's all right there in the post.

Your turn to refute the claims with evidence.