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Sunday, June 3, 2012

Seinfeld's Jason Alexander issues a 'Gay' Apology

The 'tolerant' homosexual community continues its side job as speech police. While appearing on the CBS Late Show, George Costanza (Jason Alexander) referred to Cricket as a 'gay game.' This so upset the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation that it demanded an apology from Alexander, who was all too willing to oblige. This would seem to serve as yet another example that Hollywood's actors are more concerned with being accepted than with speaking honestly.

Here is Alexander's apology via Yahoo News:
"My daily life is filled with gay men and women, both socially and professionally," he said in a blog statement released through GLAAD. "I am profoundly aware of the challenges these friends of mine face and I have openly advocated on their behalf. So, I can only apologize and I do. In comedy, timing is everything."
That is a gay apology and here is the exchange that prompted it.

Democratic Party in Wisconsin channeling early KKK tactics?

In the late 1800's, the Democratic Party's militant arm - the KKK - forced blacks to vote Democrat or face the full wrath of the racist group. That wrath included torture and death. Fast forward to today in Wisconsin. Certainly, to compare the degree to which the Democratic Party is willing to go today vs. the late 1800's would be disingenuous but to compare the spirit of intimidation would not be.

Ann Althouse has posted a letter she received from the Greater Wisconsin Political Fund. The letter informs Democrats which voters from their party have not voted in the last two elections. Althouse explains why it was sent:
I obscured names and addresses, but be assured, this was a list of real names and addresses of people who live near me, with the information about whether they voted in the last 2 elections. This is an effort to shame and pressure people about voting, and it is truly despicable. Your vote is private, you have a right not to vote, and anyone who tries to shame and an harass you about it is violating your privacy, and the assumption that I will become active in shaming and pressuring my neighbors is repugnant.
Click HERE to see the letter Althouse received.

The good news is that this is a clear indication that the Democrats are desperate when it comes to Wisconsin's recall election. It also serves to peel back more of the party's mask. Unfortunately, it also demonstrates a form of lawless intimidation that differs only in degree, not intent, from what the Democrats did to prevent Republican victories after passage of the 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments.

The Democratic Party deserves credit, though. It has masterfully used deceit to convince a super majority of black voters that it fights for them and that the Republican Party is the racist Party. In reality, the Democratic Party fights to exploit blacks because the Civil Rights Act prevented them from using threats of physical harm and death to intimidate them.

h/t NewsBusters

Is Boehner more responsible for increased Debt than Obama?

Don't look now but House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) may have another reason to cry. As Barack Obama rightfully faces criticism for his spending, Boehner should be taking much of the heat. We all know how this president likes to blame others. He may have a legitimate line of attack when it comes to Boehner.

Via CNS News:
The Republican-controlled House of Representatives, which took office in January 2011, has enacted federal spending bills under which the national debt has increased more in less than one term of Congress than in the first 97 Congresses combined.

In the fifteen months that the Republican-controlled House of Representatives--led by Speaker John Boehner--has effectively enjoyed a constitutional veto over federal spending, the federal government’s debt has increased by about $1.59 trillion.

Article 1, Section 9, Clause 7 of the Constitution says: “No Money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law.” A law appropriating money cannot be enacted unless it is approved by the House.

The approximately $1.59 trillion in new debt accumulated since the Republican-controlled House gained a veto over federal spending legislation is more than the total increase in the federal debt between 1789, when the first Congress convened, and October 1984, when the 98th Congress was nearing the end of its second session.
This is yet another in a long line of examples that demonstrate why John Boehner is the wrong man for the job. He can't lead. Also, remember the question posed by CBS' Leslie Stahl that made Boehner cry shortly after the 2010 election, when he knew he would become Speaker.

As Speaker, Boehner is presiding over that which he professed to not wanting to see happen - snuffing out the American dream for future generations.

Can we now say that this was Boehner's 'fight or flight' response?

He has chosen flight.

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