Yup. It's their way of doing things.
A Democratic state senator on Thursday promised "all out hell" if the
Wisconsin Senate debates a pair of anti-abortion bills next week.
Jon Erpenbach, of Middleton, made the comment after the Senate Health
Committee voted 3-2 along party lines on a pair of Republican-sponsored
abortion bills that have already passed in the Assembly.
Erpenbach may well be acquainted with Hell, or at least some of its minions, so he may be running his mouth from personal knowledge.
...One bill would ban abortions that are solely based on whether the
fetus is male or female, also known as sex selection. Democrats say the
measure is unnecessary because few, if any, abortions are done for that
The other bill, which drew the most ire from Democrats,
would prohibit public workers' health insurance plans from covering
abortions and exempt religious organizations from providing insurance
coverage for contraceptives. The employee could get contraceptives if
they are prescribed for a reason other than preventing a pregnancy...
Nor should the State dictate what "benefits" must be paid for by its subjects in all cases.
The first bill stops the State from forcing its taxpayers to pay for child murder. If State employees want to murder their children, they can do it on their own dime.
The second bill is a matter of public policy, well within the bounds of legislative purview. And of course, employees of private businesses have choices; they can always go somewhere else.
Speaking of 'going someplace else,' I hear that both the Clock Tower and Hell are still open. Maybe Erpenbach should check in.
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Think about all the jobs these bills will create!
Meanwhile, the gliberals nearer the lake...
Once again, bend over, America.
Your LEO criminals and government crooks apathy-comatosed at the wheel snoring the other way.
Where the hell are the INS paddy wagons?!
An GAY illegal alien criminal pontificating in broad daylight hosted by U.S.-taxpayer-supported University Of Wisconsin At Milwaukee AND a UWM employee using work time to act as a booking agent for this faggot illegal.
Rewarded for his criminal behavior by an Pulitzer Prize and Distinguished Lecture Series status.
All financed by you, the U.S. taxpayer.
You can't make this stuff up.
An illegal alien actually published in the New York Times.
People praising his "double coming out" as both a faggot and the criminal illegal...
...and people paying to hear this puke fugitive.
You can't make this stuff up.
PT Barnum was so right...every attendee of this ridiculous lunacy should be required to stick a Tootsie Pop to their forehead...marked for arrest.
Hey...FBI !!! He's right there!!! They're all right there!!! What the fuck are you waiting for?!?!?!
When is enough enough, America?
UWM Hosts Immigration Reform Activist Jose Antonio Vargas
"...UWM hosts immigration reform activist Jose Antonio Vargas By UWM News on October 31, 2013
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and undocumented immigrant Jose Antonio Vargas is the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee’s fall semester Distinguished Lecture Series speaker. His talk, “Define American,” takes place on Thursday, Nov. 7, at 7 p.m. in the UWM Union Wisconsin Room, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd.
In 2011, Vargas wrote a piece in “The New York Times Magazine,” titled “My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant.” Ever since, he has been elevating the conversation around immigration and what it means to “be American.”
At UWM, Vargas will discuss his “double-coming out” as an undocumented immigrant from the Philippines and as a gay man of color, and how the power of knowing our own, unique stories does more to add to the story of America than to hurt it.
Tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance at the UWM Union Information Center, ground level, 2200 E. Kenwood Blvd. Find more information at dls.uwm.edu.
Two related programs are free and open to the public:
“Dreaming Out Loud” is an immigration rights and reform panel discussion on Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. in the UWM Union Fireside Lounge. The discussion will be moderated by Rachel Buff, associate professor of history. The panel features Cain Oulahan, immigration attorney; Susana Munoz, assistant professor of administrative leadership, School of Education; Raoul Deal, senior lecturer of art and design, Peck School of the Arts; and, two student leaders.
“Documented,” the documentary film on Vargas’ immigration story, will be screened Nov. 4 at 7 p.m. in the UWM Union Theatre.
UWM’s Union Sociocultural Programming Department provides events and activities for the campus and community that are designed to increase awareness and understanding of diverse identities, social justice and urban issues. This programming explores and celebrates differences and commonalities related to race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, spirituality, cognitive and physical ability, socioeconomic status and more.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Jose Antonio Vargas is available for media interviews. Contact Claudia E. Guzmán, sociocultural program manager, at 414-229-6998 or email@example.com ...".
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