Thursday, May 10, 2012

WaPost/World News

Are You Mom Enough? WTF?

Democrat or Bubonic
Today's Bubonic Culture

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The cover goes with the magazine’s feature story on “attachment parenting” — a philosophy designed to foster a secure bond to the child. Co-sleeping, or the “family bed,” and breastfeeding well past babyhood are sometimes the hallmarks of attachment parenting.

The mother pictured on the cover is Jamie Lynne Grumet of Los Angeles and her 3-year-old son.

“I don’t consider breastfeeding immodest at all—I’m not shy about doing it in public,” she told Time.

Time subscribers can read the full story here; other (non-subscriber) material is available here.

Some Freeper comments:

Togas in the senate are next.

Why am I thinking “Oreo”?

He owes her a dollar, at least.

Like Stan used to say on South Park, “Dude, this is pretty f’d up, right here.”

I pity the woman that ends up married to that boy...

Plus, thumbs are dinky

Lessons in Photography

Wisconsin Recallers screened for tax delinquency

The power to tax is the power to destroy
This quotation comes from the words of DANIEL WEBSTER and those of JOHN MARSHALL in the Supreme Court case, McCulloch v. Maryland.

After refining the dataset created by Verify the Recall, a Wisconsin man began running it against other public records and discovered 571 tax delinquents signed Recall petitions.

His findings? The total in back taxes owed by petitioners is more than $17 million. The list of individuals can be found through the website,

I despise that people's personal affairs are so easily used to repress political debate.  However, since it's here being used against the political; class most responsible for our loss of all privacy, I'll view it as a proper learning experience—   a.k.a. schadenfreude.. 

Obama- No. 11593-051 in 2012?

Obama - No. 11593-051 in 2012?

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Why not?  I would bet money that Keith Judd  wins any primary pitting himself against Joe Biden.  And you know how Americans like to vote for the tranny for Homecoming queen, and such.  Would be a fearful ticket.

State's Rights and the Poseur

            —   Gawker, you stupid berk.   

GAWKER- Barack Obama’s Bullshit Gay Marriage Announcement

ABC News has only released one brief clip of Obama's conversation about gay marriage today, but it seems fairly clear from the network's coverage that his announcement amounts to much less than meets the eye. He now believes that gay couples should be able to marry. He doesn't believe they have a right to do so. This is like saying that black children and white children ought to attend the same schools, but if the people of Alabama reject that notion—what are you gonna do?

The key language in the ABC News write-up is this:

The president stressed that this is a personal position, and that he still supports the concept of states deciding the issue on their own.

Gawker will reliably express the view of the left-wing corksucking elite, and so he does here.  While it is true that Obama is lying thorough his ass, as usual, about what he believes and does not; I'm trying to think of a single other instance when the man said anything as remotely squared up with United States Constitution? 

Gawker's clueless rejoinder is "Well, before Roe v. Wade, abortion was a state-by-state issue, too. So was slavery. " 

That's right, you berk.

Big Jay McNeely & Ardent Fans 1951

Yesterday's Culture

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MY EYES- but, wait

Bill Nye, Science Schmuck


It's unclear whether Bill Nye "the Science Guy" (I'm the King of France)  learned at the knees of Al Gore— or the other way, ahem.  At any rate, Nye has a well deserved  reputation as AGW shill who wears a bow-tie, so that's not why this video is of interest.  Scratch the surface of any of these climate clowns and you get ... . Well, I won't put the words into your mouth, but it's a lot scarier than thoughts of New York buried under  melted berg water.

.On the president, who Nye supported in his first run, the former television host said, “He has a lot of constraints until he gets re-elected. He can’t do what, certainly, my parents would have thought were routine things — social programs. This notion that government is inherently bad is new.” Nye added. “Whoever’s in charge can’t do anything about it until after the election. … He’ll have a freer hand.” [Full]