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April 25, 2008

Faithmouse Friday

Filed under: Abortion,Faithmouse Friday,Pro-Life — Psycheout @ 1:00 pm
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Dan Lacey revisits the serious issue of abortion and its racist use to eliminate black babies.

 Planned Parenthood Black Genocide

Thought provoking as always.  Liberals just love abortion and hate black people, don’t they?  That’s why Planned Parenthood was originally founded — to murder black children and encourage their mothers to do so happily.

Planned Parenthood or Planned Genocide?  You decide.

— Psycheout

February 26, 2008

Profiles in Courage: Clarence Thomas

While some prominent black people prefer to engage in criminal behavior like crack cocaine-smoking sodomy, others show themselves to be true American patriots. A prime example of this is Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Ever since his contentious 1991 confirmation hearing, he’s had to endure the slings and arrows of outraged racist moonbat media people. Case in point:

Two years and 144 cases have passed since Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas last spoke up at oral arguments. It is a period of unbroken silence that contrasts with the rest of the court’s unceasing inquiries.

Hardly a case goes by, including two appeals that were argued Monday, without eight justices peppering lawyers with questions. Oral arguments offer justices the chance to resolve nagging doubts about a case, probe its weaknesses or make a point to their colleagues.

Left, right and center, the justices ask and they ask and they ask. Sometimes they debate each other, leaving the lawyer at the podium helpless to jump in. “I think you’re handling these questions very well,” Chief Justice John Roberts quipped to a lawyer recently in the midst of one such exchange.

Leaning back in his leather chair, often looking up at the ceiling, Thomas takes it all in, but he never joins in.

Monday was no different. Thomas said nothing.

He occasionally leans to his right to share a comment or a laugh with Justice Stephen Breyer. Less often, he talks to Justice Anthony Kennedy, to his immediate left.

Thomas, characteristically, declined to comment for this article. But in the course of his publicity tour for his autobiography, “My Grandfather’s Son,” the 59-year-old justice discussed his reticence on the bench on several occasions.

The questions may be helpful to the others, Thomas said, but not to him.

“One thing I’ve demonstrated often in 16 years is you can do this job without asking a single question,” he told an adoring crowd at the Federalist Society, a conservative legal group.

The book tour showed that the topic comes up even among friendly audiences.

Indeed, Thomas’ comment was provoked by this question: Why do your colleagues ask so many questions?

His response: “I did not plant that question. That’s a fine question. When you figure out the answer, you let me know,” he said.

Thomas understands the nature of his work. He knows full well that the Supreme Court overreached its Constitutional authority back when it was run by Communists like Earl Warren and Thurgood Marshall, its overreach gaining unprecedented levels of anti-American totalitarianism at the ideological behest of worthless Trotskyite Micks like Brennan. Thomas, and Chief Justice Roberts, are doing their part to limit the Court’s role to its historic function: settling Constitutional disputes between the Legislature and the Executive, and correcting the overreach of lower Court that overlook the original intent of the Framers of the Constitution.

You know what makes anti-Thomas smear jobs like this one evern more ridiculous? Thomas has friends on the Left side of the Court who agree with him.

The typical hourlong argument session can sometimes be difficult, even for a practiced questioner.

“I really would like to hear what those reasons are without interruption from all of my colleagues,” Justice John Paul Stevens said at an argument in the fall.

Even a treefrog like Stevens wishes the Court would shut up and get to work. Why doesn’t he get a nasty article about him? Because the media agrees with his politics, that’s why.

In the past, the Georgia-born Thomas has chalked up his silence to his struggle as a teenager to master standard English after having grown up speaking Geechee, a kind of dialect that thrived among former slaves on the islands off the South Carolina, Georgia and Florida coasts.

He also has said he will ask a pertinent question if his colleagues don’t but sees no need to engage in the back-and-forth just to hear his own voice.

Lately, he has focused on the latter reason.

“If I think a question will help me decide a case, then I’ll ask that question,” he told C-SPAN’s Brian Lamb in October. “Otherwise, it’s not worth asking because it detracts from my job.”

He talked in that same interview about descriptions of him as the silent justice.

The racists are giving Thomas trouble because, despite the fact that he didn’t grow up in an English-speaking household, he’s trying to master English as a second language. I’ll take that over your English-refusing illegal alien any day; but to some in this country, foreigners who refuse to speak any language but the hodge-podge gobbledygook Satan taught their ancestors should receive more rights in this country than a hero like Thomas. Liberals are kooks; what do you expect?

Suppose surgeons started discussing the merits of removing a gallbladder while in the operating room, Thomas said, as quoted by U.S. News & World Report. “You really didn’t go in there to have a debate about gallbladder surgery,” he said. Similarly, “we are there to decide cases, not to engage in seminar discussions.”

Exactly. Shut up and do your job, Court. Nobody’s paying you to gesture emptily and hear yourselves think. We want speedy opinions pulling the law back in line with the Original intent, not a bunch of talky-talky Communists spewing Marxist vomit all over our hallowed documents and traditions. Thomas, like Scalia, Alito, and Roberts, is a true American hero for understanding all this. The media can crucify him for it, but he’ll continue to endure for many a year yet.

Please keep our America-loving Justices hale and healthy, Lord, and smite our infanticide-loving enemies with plagues during Republican Administrations.

February 15, 2008

Faithmouse Friday

This edition of Faithmouse Friday revisits St. Valentine’s Day.

Please Be My Valentine

At least banks take holidays, but on a day that Americans celebrate romantic love, life and death go on at the abortuaries. The daily death toll from legalized abortion makes the St. Valentine’s Day massacre look like a picnic.

Pray for the murdered children. Be their voice since their cries have been snuffed out by indifference and sin. America has blood on her hands that won’t wash out until we decide to celebrate, rather than destroy, innocent life.

— Psycheout

January 31, 2008

China’s Abortion Pill – Tainted Exports

RU-486This should surprise nobody who values life.  The sole supplier of the abortion pill, a chemical coathanger, has been dealing tainted drugs that have destroyed lives.  And why not?  They don’t value life at any level and they hate America.

A huge state-owned Chinese pharmaceutical company that exports to dozens of countries, including the United States, is at the center of a nationwide drug scandal after nearly 200 Chinese cancer patients were paralyzed or otherwise harmed last summer by contaminated leukemia drugs.

Since fetuses are thought of as a cancer to be murdered and removed, it is not surprising that cancer patients are similarly disposable, is it?

The drug maker, Shanghai Hualian, is the sole supplier to the United States of the abortion pill, mifepristone, known as RU-486.

China exports death and despair to the United States.  They are the sole supplier.  Why do we trust these Chinks, anyway?  Well they’re certainly experts at murder.  Remember Tiananmen Square?

Chinese drug regulators have accused the manufacturer of the tainted drugs of a cover-up and have closed the factory that produced them. In December, China’s Food and Drug Administration said that the Shanghai police had begun a criminal investigation and that two officials, including the head of the plant, had been detained.

For every case where China is caught trying to harm Americans, how many do you suppose never come to light?  It’s time to crack down on exports from the Chinese.  Remember those Aquadots toys exported from China tainted with GHB, a date rape drug?  They cannot be trusted.  They are a sneaky bunch who want to destroy us and take our place as the world’s superpower.  Don’t let it happen.

— Psycheout

January 25, 2008

Faithmouse Friday

Filed under: Abortion,Art,Faithmouse Friday,Pro-Life — Psycheout @ 9:23 pm
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In today’s edition of Faithmouse Friday, we turn back the clock a bit, back to Martin Luther King , Jr.’s birthday. You know who MLK was, right? He’s the guy that Mitt Romney saw his dad marching with even though he didn’t, isn’t he? Mittens was there! This is perhaps the best Faithmouse in quite some time. Dan Lacey never ceases to amaze.

Martin Luther King Cartoon

Thanks for all the great email praising Faithmouse Friday. I started it on a whim and the response has been nothing short of a torrent.

Here’s one letter:

I used to really enjoy Day by Day. I thought it was the pinnacle of the comic art. But Faithmouse finds the summit beyond. Dan Lacey is a genius!

Harriet Meyer

And another:

Faithmouse is bigger than God.

John Harrison

And yet another:

Most comics are garbage. I’ve torn several perverse “manga” (Jap-porn) in half in front of my son’s face. But now that he’s found Faithmouse, thanks to Blog 4 Brownback, his tears have dried. Now he weeps tears of joy! His favorites are Nevorborn and Taint, although he can’t get enough of Faithmouse herself.

Thanks guys! You’ve saved our family!

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Don’t worry, folks. Faithmouse Friday is here to stay. But keep those great emails coming!

— Psycheout

November 12, 2007

A “Morning-After” Victory

Filed under: Abortion,Pro-Life — Psycheout @ 7:36 am
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Your BabyChalk up a victory for the good guys, the good guys on the frontlines who support life. It doesn’t put an end to this night of wrong, but it certainly is a step in the right direction.

A federal judge has suspended Washington state’s requirement that pharmacists sell “morning-after” birth control pills, a victory for druggists who say their moral objections to the drug are being bulldozed by the government.

Druggists are people too.

In an injunction signed Thursday, U.S. District Judge Ronald Leighton said pharmacists can refuse to sell the morning-after pill if they refer the customer to another nearby source. Pharmacists’ employers also are protected by the order.

Pharmacists know best after all. It is disappointing that the judge required that a baby hostile pharmacy be recommended, however. Whatever happened to the right to remain silent?

Two pharmacists and a drugstore owner sued the state in July over the new rule, saying it violates their civil rights. They asked the judge to halt forced Plan B sales while the lawsuit is in play.

Forced sales of the abortion pill are an affront to the free market. Let the market decide. When will people finally realize that interfering with G-d’s plan is an unforgivable sin?

— Psycheout

October 6, 2007

This Is What Abortion Does

Filed under: Abortion,Pro-Life — Psycheout @ 1:43 pm
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Lisa MontgomeryThis story shocked me to my core.  It will shock you too.

A Missouri woman who was strangled by an acquaintance probably regained consciousness as the attacker sliced into her abdomen to steal her unborn baby, a pathologist testified Friday.


Bobbie Jo Stinnett likely blacked out after being choked from behind with a rope but began struggling again when her attacker loosened the rope to begin cutting into her belly, said Mary Case, the chief medical examiner for St. Louis County, Missouri.

“There is evidence that she regained consciousness while the incision was made in her abdomen,” Case testified.

Lisa Montgomery, 39, is accused of strangling Stinnett and then using a kitchen knife to carve the baby from her womb.

Montgomery, who had been faking a pregnancy, then tried to pass the baby off as her own.

Unbelievable.  But the Lord intervened.

The baby, Victoria Jo, was found safe a day later at Montgomery’s home on December 17, 2004.

Now nearly three years later, she is doing fine but does not know what really happened to her mother, her father testified Thursday.

Montgomery’s lawyers have conceded that she killed Stinnett but are arguing that she is so mentally unbalanced that she did not understand that it was wrong.

And she deserves what any abortionist should get for interfering with a pregnancy.

Prosecutors plan to seek the death penalty if she is found guilty.

This is what happens when we as a society treat life as a commodity, as so much meat, rather than as something precious given to us by G-d.  I say throw the book at her.  What say you?

— Psycheout

August 28, 2007

Death Penalty Opponents Must Be Stopped!

Death penalty extremists are up in arms as usual, this time over Texas’ righteous punishment of one of their pet murderers.

Texas has told the European Union to mind its own business after the bloc called on the state’s governor to get rid of the death penalty.
The EU expressed “great regret” at Texas’ preparations to carry out its 400th death penalty and renewed its call to the US to halt executions.

Good for Texas. They did the right thing by executing this murderer. Anything that aggravates the Secularist Islamist States of Olde Europe is likely to be a pretty good idea, but most especially the matter of justifiably punishing sins against God, like murder.

Execution is the most important function of the State. God has ordained that These United States shall rule the world, justly and with Christianity. But how is the US supposed to do that if it can’t maintain order against those in rebellion against it? Murder is the ultimate act of criminal sedition, as the citizenry are the basis of the body politic. The reason we form a more perfect Union is to save ourselves from bandits and brigands; the state performs its most essential function, security, by extirpating these vermin. Some crimes may be punishable by lesser measures, such as branding or imprisonment. For example the hand that raises its middle finger should be the hand that loses its middle finger, if we are to deter and punish acts of obscenity and indecency.

If lesser crimes are to be punished in such a fashion (and not, themselves, with death, as Marcia P. would undoubtedly assert), then surely the crime of murder must be punished in the harshest possible fashion. An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, and a life for a life. Deterrance and punishment must swiftly and justly follow each crime. Such is the Law of God, such is the Law of Man, such is the basis for the very existence of our society.

Those who oppose the death penalty oppose civilization, America, and Christianity. If the death penalty was good enough for Our Lord, Jesus Christ, it’s good enough for any of us. Put that in your marijuana cigarette and smoke it, Amnesty International! God endured the death penalty Hmself; who are we to spare murderers the same punishment? A life sentence is far less likely to inspire true repentance than an imminent death is. By incarcerating rather than killing, we send more souls to Satan. I have little doubt that such is part of the agenda of the atheist, Marxist Amnesty International and its treefrog Helioleftist American moonbat supporters.

We must remember that we are America- these other people are not. Ours is the greatest and most just society in human history. So long as we execute murderers and other traitors, we shall keep it that way.

God bless America.

UPDATE: President-Elect-to-be Sam Brownback agrees with me. Murder the murderers, but not the non-murderers. Those people should be maimed, depending on their sins. Incarceration for the lesser seditionists. Such is law. Such is justice. Such is America as our Christian Founders intended it to be.

August 24, 2007

Abortion a Deal Breaker for Romney

Filed under: Abortion,Mitt Romney,RINOs — Psycheout @ 1:35 pm

Mittens RomneyYou can fool some of the people some of the time, but not all the people all the time. Or something like that. Talking out of both sides of his face has been a successful strategy for Mitt Romney so far, but with his most recent flippy flop on abortion, things may be starting to change. And that’s a good thing for social conservatives.

Mitt Romney’s confusing statements on his support for a ban on abortion are not going to play well with the Evangelical vote, according to David Jeffers, author of Understanding Evangelicals: A Guide to Jesusland. “Evangelicals are clear on their position on abortion,” Jeffers explains, “We not only see Roe v. Wade as bad law, but also as the first egregious case of judicial activism. We want to see it overturned, and believe abortion to be a curse upon this great nation.”

Depending on his audience Mitt is either “effectively pro-choice” or “always for life.” But when the issue concerns the murder of millions of womb babies, a principled candidate cannot take both sides. One is either pro-infanticide or pro-life. Slick Willard may be losing some of his sheen.

Jeffers likens Romney’s differing stances to a double-minded man that the Book of James warns against: “he is a double-minded man, unstable in all his ways.” (James 1:8)

That description, sadly, fits Mittens perfectly. UltaMITTly he seems to stand for nothing.

Moreover, Jeffers believes Evangelicals will not vote for Romney, and they will stay home from the polls all together. “Evangelicals believe it is un-Christian to vote against someone,” said Jeffers. Jeffers cites a Rasmussen poll that that 25% of Republicans say they would definitely vote against Romney.

“Romney and other top Presidential contenders are taking the Evangelical vote for granted,” said Jeffers. “Evangelicals won’t choose the lesser of two evils. They won’t choose evil period.”

Romneybots and Mittheads can take that to the bank. Romney has negative ratings that meet or exceed even Hillary and it’s only going to get worse as social conservatives learn the many contradictory positions of Multiple-choice Mitt on critical issues. If the answer is Romney, it was a stupid question.

Perhaps John MacMillan, a former supporter of Romney (when he was running for Governor in 2003), said it best.

“He’s as phony as a three-dollar bill,” said MacMillan. “When I started to look at his positions – gun control, pro-gay – I found out that he’s just as bad as (Teddy) Kennedy. I’ve been a Republican all my life, and leopards don’t change their spots. He’ll change his position, say anything, to get votes.”

It’s a good thing there’s still time for the GOP’s nominee to be chosen. We can still choose a principled, conservative Republican. A Mittens nomination will guarantee a Democrat President, even if he were somehow to win!

— Psycheout

August 15, 2007

Abortion Has Led To Higher Crime and Murder Rates

Filed under: Abortion,Family,Pro-Life — Psycheout @ 5:12 pm

culturecideIt’s only natural that a culture of death would feed on itself.  Any thinking person knows that the devaluation of human life leads society down the path to culturecide.  A new study demonstrates this to be true.  Pro-lifers have been saying this for decades.  Now they have statistical data to back it up.

A study conducted by a researcher at the University of Maryland shows that legalized abortion has led to higher rates of crime and increased murder rates. The occured because a higher percentage of children grew up in single-parent homes during the years following Roe v. Wade.

Supreme Court decisions have consequences.  Disasterous ones.

According to Lott, the high court’s decision ultimately resulted in more out-of-wedlock births, a reduction in the number of children adopted and fewer married parents.

“Those are contradictory directions,” the economist told the Cybercast News Service in an interview. “What ties them together is liberalized abortion rules.”

Lott said those results produced by Roe “affected decisions on premarital sex and careful contraception. It’s a matter of economics. When something seems less costly, there’s more of it.”

The disintegration of the family has a clear ripple effect which impacts all of society.  And not in a good way.

Because Roe resulted in more children growing up in single-parent homes and because such children are more likely to become criminals than those in two-parent homes, the researchers say abortion led to higher rates of crime.

They point out that 5 percent of white children were born out of wedlock from 1965 to 1969, compared to 16 percent in the 1980’s. Black children born out of wedlock increased from 35 percent to 62 percent in the same period.

These children of unwed mothers, statistically more at risk of becoming criminals, are responsible for the increase of murders by 700 cases in 1998 alone, they say. Such a dramatic increase carried a financial price tag of $3.3 billion in “victimization costs,” according to their paper.

Ultimately, Lott says murder rates rose anywhere from half a percent to 7 percent as a result of legalized abortion.

A society that no longer values life is a society that will ultimately destroy itself.  The unintended consequences of murdering children in the womb have turned out to be more costly than advocates of abortion on demand had expected (or admitted to).  Fewer unwanted children was supposed to translate to less crime and misery.  The reality was the exact opposite.

Rebuilding and renewing the culture and encouraging two-parent families (one man and one woman) will reverse this trend.  Pro-lifers have been right all along: death begets death.  Isn’t it time to stop the slaughter?

The death toll of innocent pre-born children since the horrendous Roe v Wade decision (which haunts Jane Roe, aka Norma McCorvey today) is astonishing: 48, 559, 993 lives snuffed out since 1973 in The United States alone.  That’s a lot of tears and a lot of pain.

Safe and legal?  Someone dies each time an abortion is performed.  It’s 100% fatal.  Stop the madness.  Stop the butchery.  Stop the culturecide.

— Psycheout

August 10, 2007




August 7, 2007

Sam Brownback: Robocop

Filed under: Abortion,Mitt Romney,Sam Brownback,YouTube — Psycheout @ 2:42 am

Although Sam Brownback defended himself admirably against ABC’s attacks in Sunday’s GOP Debate (the first question was about Brownback campaign “robo-calls”) and allowed Mitt to make a fool out of himself, there is more. Watch Senator Brownback’s further response and make up your own mind.

Think Brownback.

More, as always, at The Daily Brownbacker.

— Psycheout

July 31, 2007

Forced To Dispense Death

Filed under: Abortion,Justice/Law,Pro-Life — Psycheout @ 10:58 am

FetusPlan A is unrestrained fornication. Plan B is kill your baby with a magical abortion pill. Plan C is to use the law to compel pharmacists to dispense these death pills even though it violates their oath to save lives, not destroy them. Plan C doesn’t recognize or allow for deeply held spiritual values that don’t tolerate participation in the murder of children.

Pharmacists have sued Washington state over a new regulation that requires them to sell emergency contraception, also known as the “morning-after pill,” because it contains no exception for those who object on the basis of belief or conscience.

This is tyranny: the use of the government to enforce the destruction of human life at gunpoint.

In a lawsuit filed in federal court Wednesday, pharmacists Rhonda Mesler and Margo Thelen, and Stormans Inc., said the rule that took effect Thursday violates their civil rights by forcing them into choosing between “their livelihoods and their deeply held religious and moral beliefs.”

Choose the latter if you can’t win in socialist Washington state’s broken court system.

“The stakes really couldn’t be much higher,” plaintiffs’ attorney Kristen Waggoner said.

Earlier this year, the state ruled that druggists who believe emergency contraceptives are tantamount to abortion cannot stand in the way of a patient’s “right” to the drugs.

Hopefully this does not include gagging moral pharmacists from witnessing to those seeking the abortion pill. But that will come soon enough to moonbat states across the nation.

State legislators do not seem to notice that the new law ensures the “rights” of those who wish to use the contraceptives but does nothing to support the rights of those who believe it is immoral.

Whatever happened to the concept of “equal protection under the law?”

In a statement about the then proposed law, the Catholic Bishops of Washington state said, “The Church opposes the sale of any drug that would induce an abortion, and supports pharmacists, especially those who follow Catholic moral teaching, who uphold their right to act according to the dictates of their conscience when asked to dispense such drugs.”

Absolutely. As should any thinking person. Life begins at conception. That life is terminated by Plan B. Plan B is murder, plain and simple. It’s a modern variant of Zyklon-B which was used to murder millions in the 20th century. Even the names are similar.

Perhaps a group should form which would purchase entire stocks of these infanticide pills and destroy them. Keeping these abortion pills from blessed mothers to be should be a priority for any sensible pro-life person.

Choose life.

— Psycheout

July 19, 2007

Fred Thompson: Pro-abortion Lobbyist and Liar?

Filed under: Abortion,Election 2008,Fred Thompson — Psycheout @ 3:49 am

Today the New York Times drops a bombshell on Fred Thompson. I’ve already visited this topic before, but now there’s a paper trail that backs up my original post. And a lot of FredHeads will be eating hefty helpings of crow.

Billing records show that former Senator Fred Thompson spent nearly 20 hours working as a lobbyist on behalf of a group seeking to ease restrictive federal rules on abortion counseling in the 1990s, even though he recently said he did not recall doing any work for the organization.

Uh oh. First there were flat denials, then there was an “I don’t recall” excuse, and now this.

According to records from Arent Fox, the law firm based in Washington where Mr. Thompson worked part-time from 1991 to 1994, he charged the organization, the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association, about $5,000 for work he did in 1991 and 1992. The records show that Mr. Thompson, a probable Republican candidate for president in 2008, spent much of that time in telephone conferences with the president of the group, and on three occasions he reported lobbying administration officials on its behalf.

Ouch. But there’s more.

But his record on abortion has not always been as clear cut. In questionnaires Mr. Thompson answered during his 1994 Senate campaign, for instance, he checked a box stating that he believed abortion should be legal under any circumstances during the first three months of pregnancy and said, “I do not believe that abortion should be criminalized.” He has also opposed a constitutional amendment banning all abortion, also on the grounds of states’ rights.

And I guess Hollywood Fred can’t remember this:

The billing records from Arent Fox show that Mr. Thompson, who charged about $250 an hour, spoke 22 times with Judith DeSarno, who was then president of the family planning group. In addition, he lobbied “administration officials” for a total of 3.3 hours, the records show, although they do not specify which officials he met with or what was said.

Read the whole thing. I can’t take any more of this.

So does anyone still believe that Fred Thompson is riding in on a white horse to save conservatives from the Hillary beast? If they do, they’re fools. He’s riding in on a black horse and the only one he’s trying to save is himself.

A question for FredHeads and non-FredHeads alike: would you trust a liar in the White House?

Update: Patterico reminds us of the earlier denials:

Thompson spokesman Mark Corallo adamantly denied that Thompson worked for the family planning group. “Fred Thompson did not lobby for this group, period,” he said in an e-mail.

In a telephone interview, he added: “There’s no documents to prove it, there’s no billing records, and Thompson says he has no recollection of it, says it didn’t happen.”

No billing records, eh? Somebody wasn’t being forthcoming here.

Update: Welcome, Hot Air readers. For the record, Sam Brownback isn’t third tier.

Update 2: Since many FredHeads have really thick skulls, let’s get this straight: this isn’t so much about his lobbying, but his honesty. If he really is this great pro-life hero (his past statements do not back up this assertion), then it seems he would remember working for and lobbying on behalf of a pro-abortion group. When one is pro-life, abortion is murder. One would expect that Fred would remember lobbying on behalf of murder, wouldn’t one?

Update 3: Welcome Protein Wisdom readers! We are honored.

Update 4: Predictably Fred! defenders are in full spin cycle.

Update 5: Langley over at Save the GOP is very cross. His commenter(s) is/are cowards. At least Langley had the sack to stand up for his beliefs, here on a pro-Brownback site. We can respect that. Apparently commenter “Mike” is too skeered of us. What a wimp. He wants to “Save the GOP” but can’t be bothered to come over here where his feelings might get hurt. Awww. Help me, mommy! I’m so much smarter than those meanies.

Well I have no desire to head over to your site and attempt to engage in an intelligent discussion with the caliber of folks I saw over there. Nor would I try to discuss this issue with a group of third graders.

Wow, what a macho dude! We bow in his direction for his massive intelligence and gravitas. Loser. Mike wouldn’t even be a light snack for the likes of Misha.

Update 6: Red State is an excellent source of conservative news that I read every day.  But some little RomneyBot, going by the suspicious name of Rob Johnson doesn’t like a comment in this very thread.  He got very angry and wet his pants over it, but could not sack up and debate in our open comment thread, even after being invited.  What a baby.

Full disclosure: if I’d known that Rob was a whiny little RomneyBot, I wouldn’t have wasted my time debating the idiot.

See also: Past articles on Fred Thompson.

— Psycheout

July 18, 2007

Rudy Giuliani: “Abortion is not a litmus test.”

Filed under: Abortion,Election 2008,RINOs,Rudy Giuliani,Supreme Court — Psycheout @ 10:10 pm

Shorter RINO Rudy: Abortion Today, Abortion Tomorrow, Abortion Forever!

Even shorter RINO Rudy: Get Over It.

Yes, once again Rudy Giuliani, feeling safe at the top of the Rudy McRomney triumvirate, slaps social conservatives across the face. I’ve heard the argument time and again from Giulianiacs, about “America’s mayor,” that he would absolutely positively appoint strict constructionist conservative judges, we promise, pinky swear! Trust us!

Sure, why not? Why trust my own judgement and an examination of RINO Rudy’s weak record on life? Why even believe his own words when he betrays his strong pro-abortion beliefs? Trust the unicorns and leprechauns who confuse the Rudyholic minds! Forget about it.

We have to go all the way across the ocean to The Guardian to get the latest confirmation that Rudy cannot be trusted on life issues. He cannot be trusted to appoint another Alito or Roberts to the court. He’d probably nominate Ruth Bader Ginsburg if not for the fact that this liberal Clinton appointee wasn’t already on the Supreme Court.

On a campaign swing through conservative western Iowa, the former New York mayor pledged to appoint judges who would strictly interpret the Constitution on gun rights and other issues.

Oh, great. Never mind. I take it all back.

Abortion never came up in his address to about 100 people at a high school, but it did during an exchange with reporters.

“Abortion is not a litmus test. Roe v. Wade is not a litmus test. No particular case is a litmus test. That’s not the way to appoint Supreme Court justices or any judge,” Giuliani said.

Wait, hang on. What was that?

He noted that he got no questions on abortion in his appearance. “I think Roe against Wade is an issue. It is not the only issue,” he said.

Um, excuse me, your honor? Some 40,000,000 lives snuffed out since Roe v. Wade and it’s just “an issue?” So-cons, did you just feel another slap across the face? Are you ready to turn another cheek so this Republican turncoat can slap you again?

So, RINO Rudy, your honor, how would you react to the abominable Roe v. Wade decision being overturned by a just Supreme Court? Let’s say, for the sake of argument, that you accidentally appointed a pro-life judge. This is only a hypothetical, of course. But how would you react, sir?

“It would be OK,” Giuliani said. “It would be OK to repeal it.”

But, he added: “It would be OK also if a strict constructionist viewed it as precedent” and kept the law intact.

SLAP! Ouch, that hurts! So you don’t give a damn about abortion, we understand. Let’s change the subject. What about this allegation that you’re a gun grabbing authoritarian who hates, strike that, doesn’t understand the Second Amendment? Any comment? Hello?

His promise about judicial appointments is aimed at reassuring conservatives nervous about his more liberal stands on gun control and other issues. As an example, he lauded a federal court ruling that overturned a 30-year-old ban on private ownership of handguns in Washington, D.C.

Huh? What?

As mayor, Giuliani pursued gun control laws and lawsuits against gun manufacturers. At a family restaurant in LeMars, Iowa, he said the issue should largely be left up to states.

“No state can completely take away your right to bear arms,” Giuliani said.

Asked whether the country has enough gun laws, Guiliani said that is probably the case.

Oh, great. That’s reassuring. I feel really confident about you now. NOT! So do you have any lies for us, RINO Rudy, to try and trick us into supporting you, you lying weasel?

He said he would appoint judges like Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito, two President Bush appointees who were embraced by conservatives for their views on abortion and other issues.

Fantastic! I almost believed you for 100 ms. How about a little pathetic pandering?

Giuliani mentioned former President Reagan more than half a dozen times….

Perfect! And what about RINO Rudy’s supporters? Certainly they share his views about abortion on demand and authoritarian gun grabbing. Right?

About 200 people crowded the two-room cafe, and women stood on chairs to take photographs. Many said they were conservative, especially on abortion and gun control, but were willing to give Giuliani a chance.

Suckers. I am very conservative when it comes to premarital sex, but I’m going to give Bill Clinton a chance. I’m going to let him spend the night with my teenage daughter. He deserves a chance to redeem himself and change his stripes after all, right? NO!

Finally, let’s meet the winner for the “conservative” most willing to sell out her core values to get a liberal in sheep’s clothing into our White House. Take it away, stupid!

Coleen Savage said it’s difficult to support an abortion rights candidate, but Giuliani “can stand up against Hillary.”

“To get the conservative, you’ve got to grit your teeth and take a little bit of the moderate or liberal,” said Savage, a corn-and-soybean farmer.

“Difficult?” You must be nuts, lady. Try “impossible,” if you’re actually pro-life and not in favor of and culpable for the murder of 40,000,000 children in the womb, you stupid moron! Reread Coleen’s quote a couple of times. Isn’t that a classic example of no-think and double-speak? Amazing. She’s completely brainwashed. Knock on her skull. I bet it’s hollow. Hello? Is anybody in there?

Now, let’s wrap this up by contrasting Rudy Giuliani’s support of “abortion forever” judges to Sam Brownback’s statement about Supreme Court appointments:

We can win this. We are one justice away from overturning Roe vs. Wade. I want to be the President that appoints that justice. So that we can end this night of wrong. And remember in every abortion there are at least two victims: there’s one dead and there’s one wounded.

The choice, as I have stated time and again, is clear: support Sam Brownback. Or do as Coleen is willing to do: sacrifice your core values for a non-conservative “Republican” who you will learn to hate with a passion if he ever gets near the Presidency. The choice is yours. Don’t regret your selection. It will haunt you forever.

Life indeed is “gift and mystery,” something which RINO Rudy neither respects nor understands. He’ll never be my nominee.

See also: Our previous coverage of Rudy Giuliani.

– Psycheout

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