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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Six more Congressmen call for Eric Holder's Resignation over Fast and Furious

I've been waiting for this list to grow; it's been rather stagnant lately. Add six more as of today, which puts us at halfway to a majority.

Via Daily Caller:
Six more U.S. Congressmen have demanded Attorney General Eric Holder leave his post this week in the wake of Operation Fast and Furious, bringing the number of U.S. House members pushing for a change in Justice Department leadership to 109.

Spokespeople for Florida Republican Reps. Cliff Stearns and Mario Diaz-Balart told The Daily Caller their bosses agree with the surging group of members already demanding Holder’s resignation. Meanwhile, four new members have signed onto the official House resolution of “no confidence” in Holder — House Resolution 490 –  because of Fast and Furious: Republican Reps. Bill Huizenga of Michigan, Cory Gardner of Colorado, and Pete Olson and Mike Conaway, both of Texas.
If this figure incrementally grows until it reaches a majority, the current position espoused by House Speaker Boehner - that he supports the investigation but will not comment further - might just have to change into something far more substantive. There are currently 242 Republicans in the House. 218 calls for Eric Holder's resignation puts impeachment on the table. With 109 such calls, Republicans are halfway there. As this number continues to grow, so does the pressure on Boehner.

If your congressman is not on the list of those who are calling for Holder's resignation, call him / her and demand they do so.

In case you needed any incentive, it will help put Boehner in a rather hot seat.

Jesus Baptized multiple times by Mormons; MSM will attack Romney

Barack Obama didn't say, "God D**n America." His pastor did. Nonetheless, Obama's ties to Jeremiah Wright were an issue to Republicans and conservatives in 2008. Those same Republicans and conservatives were outraged that the liberal media masquerading as objective media refused to vet that relationship. That liberal media only covered the story when it had no other choice; it did so very begrudgingly and in the most biased way possible.

There's a word in the middle of "begrudgingly" and it is the word, "grudge." The liberal media has been holding a one against conservatives ever since. It is eager for payback and that payback will come in the form of Mitt Romney's Mormonism being the target of the media if he is the nominee. In particular, expect a steady drumbeat of subtle attacks and questions about the practice of posthumous baptisms. The Mormon baptisms of Anne Frank and Daniel Pearl have made liberal media news and there is plenty more.

For example, Jesus (yes, that Jesus) was baptized multiple times at the Salt Lake Temple, ground zero for Mormonism, in 2010.

Via Helen Radkey:
According to Mormon doctrine, Jesus Christ is the Savior of the world. However, it seems that even the perceived Savior of the world is not exempt from LDS temple rituals. Proxy rites for Jesus Christ were performed in the Salt Lake (LDS) Temple in Utah, in April 2010. The Salt Lake Temple, located on Temple Square in the heart of Mormon-dominated Salt Lake City, was dedicated on April 6, 1893—three years before Utah became a state in 1896—and is one of the oldest of the 132 currently operating temples that are owned and maintained by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS.)

New FamilySearch is the online genealogy database of the LDS Church that contains updated details of LDS temple ordinances that have been done for dead people. There are multiple listings for Jesus Christ in New FamilySearch—under different versions of his identity—which have been submitted by individual Mormons. It is not known how many times Jesus has been subjected to LDS rites because all New FamilySearch records for him—including combined records—show LDS ordinance details as “Not Available.”

On May 27, 2010, there were two similar records for Jesus in New FamilySearch which had been submitted by the same person. One listing was titled “Jesus Christian,” and showed “Jesus Christian” was born “before 1500 Bethlehem, Israel,” and died “before 1550 Jerusalem, Israel.” LDS ordinances were tagged as “Not available” on this record. The other entry was for “Jesus Cristian,” who was born “before 1502 Bethlehem, Israel,” and died “before 1539 Jerusalem, Israel.” The entry for “Jesus Cristian” gave a description of LDS ordinances, along with the name of a spouse—“Maria Magdelena.”
Does anyone think that Mitt Romney will not be asked about this? If, as his religion says, Mormons are Christians, how is he going to explain multiple baptisms of the Son of the Living God, who rose from the dead and joined His Father in heaven?

Furthermore, Romney is not just a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; he is one of its prominent figures. When the liberal media continues to hammer on the baptism of someone whom Christians see as not needing such a thing, how will Romney respond?

How will he respond to another baptism of Jesus that identified Him as being married to Mary Magdalene?
“Jesus Cristian” was baptized and confirmed a member of the LDS Church by proxy on April 8, 2010 in the “Salt Lake City Utah Temple.” “Jesus Cristian” was also subjected to initiatory temple ordinances on April 8, 2010; an endowment ceremony on April 9, 2010; and a marriage “sealing” to “spouse” “Maria Magdelena” on April 9, 2010—all rites occurred in the “Salt Lake City Utah Temple.”

It appears the submissions for “Jesus Christian,” and “Jesus Cristian” were attempts to manipulate the identity of Jesus Christ through the LDS temple system. The misspelled “Cristian,” instead of “Christian,” could have been a typo, or a deliberate error. It may have been intentionally entered as “Cristian” to get around a computer program that automatically blocks submissions that contain the names “Jesus Christ.” That would explain why the entry for “Jesus Christian” shows LDS ordinances as “Not available.”
Again, it is important to underscore that my views on Mormonism are irrelevant when it comes to the candidacy of Mitt Romney. The liberal media has already begun tying Romney to the posthumous baptisms of Holocaust victims and Jews (Frank and Pearl are the early examples). The list of non-Mormons baptized posthumously is extensive and so is the list of names that are bound to cause raised eyebrows.

Remember, if the media can make contraception the top story in a world that is burning down all around us, why wouldn't it be able to connect Mitt Romney to these bizarre baptisms?

Here are a couple of screen shots of the Jesus baptisms.

via The Foyer:

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Obama loses 15 Counties in Oklahoma thanks to Pro-Life Democrat

The founder of Operation Rescue and staunch pro-life advocate, Randall Terry, got on the ballot in Oklahoma as a Democrat and actually earned a delegate on Super Tuesday coupled with 18% of the vote.  Terry actually beat Obama in 12 Oklahoma counties.

Via the AP:
President Barack Obama collected the most votes in the Oklahoma Democratic primary, but lost in 15 counties.

With 98 percent of precincts reporting Tuesday, Obama won 57 percent of the vote. Four other candidates combined for 43 percent of the vote, including anti-abortion activist and Operation Rescue founder Randall Terry who received 18 percent of the vote.

According to Democratic Party rules, Terry is eligible for a delegate since he won more than 15 percent of the statewide vote. Terry beat Obama in 12 counties, mostly in western Oklahoma. Terry acknowledges he can't win the presidency but says he hopes to cause Obama's defeat in the fall.
Yes, Terry is a DINO (Democrat In Name Only). Isn't it about time we see a few of them though?

h/t Hapblog 

American Atheists posting anti-Muslim / anti-Jewish Billboards in New Jersey

This is sure to make for an interesting study in tolerance. Imagine placing one billboard near a synagogue that says, in Hebrew, that God doesn't exist. Then imagine placing one billboard near a mosque that says, in Arabic, that Allah doesn't exist. Which one would generate more death threats?

Via the Daily Caller:
Despite receiving multiple death threats, American Atheists will move forward with plans to erect billboards proclaiming, “You know it’s a myth… and you have a choice” — one in the heart of a predominantly Orthodox Jewish community in the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, N.Y. on Tuesday, and another on Wednesday two blocks from a mosque in Paterson, N.J., which is home to a large Muslim population.

The Arabic word for Allah will appear on the billboard in Paterson while the Hebrew translation of God will be printed on the one in Williamsburg.

American Atheists, based in Cranford, N.J., is a civil liberties group that advocates for the “total, absolute separation of government and religion” and equality for atheists.

David Silverman, president of American Atheists, told The Daily Caller that he contacted the police on Monday after receiving threatening phone calls and faxes from disgruntled individuals angry with the decision to put up the signs.

Threats made against Silverman’s life, which he described as “anti-Marxist and anti-Semitic,” are currently being investigated by the Cranford Police Department.
Would love to know what "anti-Marxist" means but "anti-Semitic" quite likely means it wasn't the Jewish community in that instance.

Remember the two atheists who marched in a Halloween parade last year? One dressed as "Muhammad Zombie" and the other dressed as "Pope Zombie."

Guess which one was assaulted and by what member of what religion.

More here.

Obama Energy Flip-Flop: High Gas prices good when...

...he's the challenger in an election year as opposed to being the incumbent. First up, here is Barack Obama fielding a question about rising gas prices from Ed Henry of Fox News.

h/t GWP:

Got it? Ok, here is Obama circa the summer of 2008 on high gas prices when he was running for president. Note that he wanted higher gas prices but he wanted them to rise more slowly.

Of course, that's a nice compliment to this gem from 2008 in which Obama said that under his plan, energy costs would "necessarily skyrocket."

Perhaps lost in all of this is that the Newt Gingrich, the self-proclaimed "tortoise" in the race for the Republican nomination is beginning to own the narrative about gas prices. Like Herman Cain, he has come up with a very relevant and memorable slogan that is sticking with people. If he is elected, he promises $2.50 / gallon gasoline.

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