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Categories : Culture Wars
Strap yourself in for some double entendres as well.
Occupiers Dump Condoms on Catholic School Girls
Last week’s rally was held inside the rotunda of the state capitol in Providence. Bracy said the Occupiers, along with some pro-choice demonstrators, infiltrated the crowd of some 150 pro-lifers. He said the pro-life crowd was made up of senior citizens, mothers with young children, Cub Scouts, and school kids.
Bracy said one of the most egregious incidents occurred when an Occupier climbed to the third floor balcony and dumped a box of condoms on girls from a Catholic school.
“What kind of individual throw condoms at Catholic school girls,” Bracy asked.
The same kind of individual that shits on a cop car in public.
Running the risk of TMI, my personal unit cost is up to 28 cents (that’s what you get in this inflationary climate). I don’t know how many condoms were in this box, but they’re getting far too costly to throw around like candy.
This means you should actually cry over spilled latex, and with what milk costs these days, also over spilled milk.
BTW, maybe one problem with condom giveaway programs, aside from the ethics, is that what we gain too cheaply we esteem too lightly.
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Categories : Campaign 2012, Talk Radio
Romney’s Bain Capital Owns Media Giant Broadcasting Limbaugh, Hannity
Activists are expressing serious concerns that Mitt Romney’s private equity firm Bain Capital owns one of America’s largest media conglomerates, Clear Channel Communications, Inc., which broadcasts numerous popular talk-show hosts with incalculable influence in the 2012 GOP primary. Among the radio personalities syndicated by Clear Channel or aired on hundreds of stations it owns nationwide are Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, Glenn Beck, Michael Savage, and many others.
Because of the San Antonio-based media giant’s enormous influence — it is the largest owner of radio stations in the United States, and experts point out that it essentially owns what has come to be known as the conservative talk-radio industry — Romney critics, supporters of Ron Paul and Newt Gingrich, Tea Party groups, and elections commentators are all raising the alarm. Some analysts are even calling for the firm to disclose the fact that Romney’s Bain Capital owns a station or syndicates a show whenever a media personality is reporting on the Republican presidential campaign.
I don’t think Bain is riding herd on talk radio on behalf of one of its founders. None of the above listed by name personalities are whole hog for Romney; some are out and outright hostile. I think Bain’s interest in Clear Channel is a five letter word that starts with “M” and ends in “O-N-E-Y.”
It should also be noted that while CC/Premier syndicates Rush and Beck, Cumulus Media now syndicates the former ABC-syndicated Hannity and Levin, and Talk Radio Network syndicates Savage. Yes, that’s the same TRN that used to syndicate Roger Fredinburg, and TRN was the first Art Bell syndicator before he defected to CC/Premier. However, syndication management and terrestrial station ownership need not be the same.
As an aside, even though it was long before Cumulus bought the former ABC stations and syndication contracts, Cumulus’s first real round of expansion was co-financed by Bain Capital.
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Categories : Campaign 2012, Taxes
Romney: Banking, finance, investment. Ron Paul: Military, military-industrial, tech.
Not a surprise that PwC employees heart Romney, because he tends to throw a lot of business their way. Last line on the tax return, in case this goes over your head.
By the way, and this is something I missed before — The 2011 Romney returns weren’t finished until October 15. It used to be that if you filed for more time to do your return because you couldn’t get it done by April 15, you only had four extra months. Now, you have six extra months, so this return was not late if PwC filed for an extension.
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Categories : Hispanic Crime, Immigration, Missouri
Sure looks that way. The magnet is either the ground or building maintenance staff for the University, or nearby Fort Leonard Wood.
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Categories : Personal
This blog definitely contains adult content, and is for mature audiences only.
I sometimes get frustrated, and I go and vent my spleen by saying cuss words like damn, shit, fuck, piss, cocksucker, pussy, sonofabitch, Southern Poverty Law Center and blowjob.
On occasion, I have been to known to take the Lord’s name in vain, and say things like obamadamnit.
Reader discretion is advised.
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Categories : Campaign 2012, Civil Rights Movement, Culture Wars
NAACP leader says country’s eyes are on NC
DURHAM, N.C. — The largest annual gathering of left-leaning and civil rights groups in North Carolina will have as one of its main goals the opposition to a proposed constitutional ban on same-sex marriage, organizers said Saturday. That effort could be a test of how much influence they wield among traditionally Democratic voters with socially conservative views.
At a news conference organized by the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Durham, leaders including the civil rights group’s national president said the gay marriage vote joins a long list of concerns and causes ranging from poverty to the state budget. North Carolina’s position as a swing state and the site of the Democratic Party’s presidential nominating convention makes it a uniquely high-profile location for a showdown on those issues.
“Swing state.” That’s all you need to know. The NAACP really doesn’t much care about gay “marriage” per se, they just want the issue not to be on the November ballot to keep conservative voters at home so Zilch-bama can have a chance to win it again.
Unfortunately, Bev Perdue falling on her sword probably means that ship is well out to sea.
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Categories : Campaign 2012, Terrorism
Is anyone else not buying this?
At the beginning of the year of the Presidential election, the incumbent’s Vice-President just so happens to come out of the closet and say that he was against the operation that led to his boss’s most notable triumph of his administration.
I call Bidenshit. It’s all a game of bait and switch.
I can just see the TV ads in October: “Everyone doubted him. The opposition doubted him. His own Vice-President even advised against it. But Barack Obama made the gutsy call that finally captured and killed Osama bin Laden.” Images of the WTC falling down. “I’m Barack Obama, and I approved this message.”
“But what about Cheney and Bush and Heller? You alluded to that yesterday.”
Yes, true. Vice-Presidents can and do disagree with Presidents. But they don’t really vent their spleens about this until well after they’re both out of office. Obama and Biden are still in office, and vying for the second term.