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Barrack Hussein and Blatant Hypocrisy
March 16, 2012
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Most are aware, but just in case, let's get caught up on one of the bigger issues leading to the 2012 presidential election.

It all starts with so-called O'bama-Care which is nothing less than a major step toward Socialism. It's a government-mandated, taxpayer-funded, healthcare system designed to keep Americans on the dole, and dependent on the government for our basic needs. The Obama-Care bill will put an additional 20% of our entire economy in government control, and will institute a huge, bloated, additional department full of bureaucrats sucking untold billions from our already insolvent economy, just in salaries, pensions, and benefits alone.

But all that aside, there is a huge, critically important battle coming up regarding the constitutionality of government-mandated birth control, and how it interferes with our fundamental right to religious freedom and expression. The issue, which the Supreme Court will probably decide, is whether the government can force religious institutions to fund and facilitate birth-control, when it is completely against their reglious tenets and principles.

There is a panel that has been formed by Congress to decide on the Constitutionality of government mandated birth control, which again, would force all employers--Catholic, Christian, or otherwise--to supply free birth control to their employees. The Obama Administration, along with Democratic leaders in the House and Senate, has spun the whole debate around into a "women's health" issue, claiming that birth control is a woman's basic right as an American citizen, and to deny a woman birth control is to put her health at risk. Nothing could be farther from the truth. First point of fact is, if the Supreme Court decides in favor of the freedom of religious expression, that will not come even remotely close to "denying" birth control for women. Birth control pills are available at Wal-mart for $9 per month, and condoms can be bought anywhere for about 50¢ each.

Now enter Sandra Fluke. The panel that was created by Congress to decide on the debate is dominated by males. This created an uproar by the Obama Healthcare supporters because they assume that males would automatically be biased and advocate against "women's health," although that is a fake, smokescreen issue to begin with. And so Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi hatched a plan, in the name of "fairness," to have a woman speak in favor of mandated birth control; you know, just a regular female citizen, randomly picked, who feels that free birth control is her right as an American. The person chosen was Georgetown University law student, Sandra Fluke. And the choice was certainly no "fluke" because she was groomed for the job and handpicked (link established and proven) by the White House to make her statement.

This Sandra Fluke gave a public statement to the panel and argued that it just isn't fair for the government not to pay for her birth control because she can't afford the $3,000.00 per year to pay for it herself, as a destitute, poor, college student. Uh-huh. What a laughable crock of bs. First of all she is in a prestigious university where law students like her start off drawing a $150,000+ salary straight out of college. She's a 1-percenter... the very kind of person the Occupy Wallstreet Protesters loathe the most. And she's obviously not some destitute, penniless girl who can't afford birth control. Secondly, WTF is this business about not being able to afford the what? $3,000.00 a year for birth control? Um.... let's do the math. She can't be talking about birth control via the pill, because that costs all consumers just a little over $100 per year. So we have to assume she doesn't take the pill. Ok, that leaves condoms. At 50¢ a piece, her claim of $3,000.00 in cost would equivocate to having sex 6,000 times per year, or 17 times a day!! Yes, Rush Limbaugh was very appropriate in labeling her a "slut," as no better description could possibly apply to someone having permiscuous sex every waking hour of every day.

Anyhoooo.... since Limbaugh appropriately labeled this Fluke chick a "slut," Obama felt compelled, in a national press conference no less, to publicly chastise Limbaugh for his words. In his anti-Limbaugh statement, he even brought his wonderful little innocent daughters, Sasha and Malia into the mix, recalling how he just wants innocent, defenseless females to be able to express their opinion without being viciously attacked by us evil Conservatives. And by the way, Limbaugh took the high road and publicly apologized for his words.

Meanwhile, and finally to my point, we have Bill Maher. Bill Maher is one of the most masogynistic men on the entire planet. He has publicly and proudly, without withdrawing his comments, done things like call Sarah Palin a c*nt, an "imbred weirdo," a "MILF," etc. No comments on that from Obama, and in fact, the Obama SuperPac has happily taken a 1 million dollar donation from misogynist Bill Maher.

So you tell me. Is this not yet another ugly example of B. Hussein Obama's blatant hypocrisy and fake compassion for conveniently chosen people? The man is a sickening menace and I hope and pray, for the sake of our entire country's future, that he is summarily bounced out of office in a landslide loss against whoever he is up against in the election. BOZO would be a better choice for president. A much better choice.

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

March 16, 2012
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re-elect Obama 2012!!
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also..really..re-elect Obama 2012..because..do you see anyone else better right now? Because I don't. (also..I feel bad for anyone who is our president these days and question the sanity of anyone that would want to be)

Willie Wonka quotes..
What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?
Why? Are you having fun?
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
We are the music makers, we are the dreamers of dreams

March 18, 2012
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The next president to actually unite the people will probably be the antichrist. Until then every president will have half the people hating him and using every possible means to
tear him down.

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

March 18, 2012
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I love the fact that the liberals want to crucify Rush Limbaugh, but say nothing to Bill Mahr for his comment about Fox news is alittle like Sarah Palin, talking all day to a child with down syndrome. Not a single word of outrage and demand for him to be fired, and ostrasized into total carreer failure.

March 20, 2012
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I liek Bill mahar, for the most part..but do admit he goes too, far, too..both sides do..it seems

it's very yin/yang

Willie Wonka quotes..
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Why? Are you having fun?
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
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