Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Grammar Notcees

Hey There!

A time traveler

The barman says, “We don’t serve time travelers in here.” 

 A time traveler walks into a bar.


Hey There!

Some comments ...


These comments after the Wikileaks Dump esoterica caught (obviously) my attention.

Especially comments by homo and an atheist Silence Dogood.  He  reminds me of so many ex-Catholic friends and acquaintance's; intelligent and passionate, but who've bought into the the "New Age"  movement's I'm OK, You're Okay alternative to God.  So much easier.  They won't engage with me anymore,  because I'm crazy as fuck religious. 

Silence Dogood
I'm a registered democrat (I'm a homo and an atheist) and I'm so disgusted with my party right now. It used to be so much simpler when I could just hate on the rich 1%ers and the insane evangelicals. Now I have to hold my nose at the stench of the corruption coming from the Democratic Party.[...]

And yes, the Republican "establishment" is undeniably the party of rich, self-righteous old white men as well as the socio-economic gambit of crazy-as-fuck religious people who will throw their money at the Party because "Jesus". [...]

Impeach IRS Commissioner Koskinen?

 Obama's Waffen Schutzstaffel  

House conservatives moved on Tuesday to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen over allegations that he misled investigators over the agency's inappropriate targeting of Tea Party groups.

Many Republicans are skeptical of the impeachment, however, and so the House Freedom Caucus isn't optimistic that leadership will take up their cause.

"I believe they are going to do a motion to refer to the Judiciary Committee or they are going to do a motion to table," Rep. Raul Labrador, R-Idaho, told reporters on Tuesday. "Either way, they are punting."
Rep. John Fleming, R-La., introduced the resolution to impeach Koskinen on Tuesday afternoon. "[Koskinen] engaged in a pattern of conduct that is incompatible with his duties as an officer of the United States," Fleming said on the floor.

The filing of the resolution is the culmination of years of investigation into how and why the IRS applied extra scrutiny of Tea Party groups that filed for tax-exempt status. His impeachment is chiefly favored by members of the House Freedom Caucus, who forced John Boehner into retirement last year, but it has spread beyond the caucus to include House Oversight and Government Reform Committee chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and others who believe Koskinen oversaw the destruction of evidence that lawmakers were seeking as they investigated the targeting scandal.
A GOP controlled congress was unable to nail  director of the Exempt Organizations Unit Lois Lerner, the "trigger man."  I then have zero expectation that this charade is going anywhere.  I do have an active hope that President Trump's DOJ will put this, and myriad other crimes perped by the Obamunists, under the microscope and send them to the pokey.

Tim Kaine "God approves of homosexuality."

a major award                                                 

Soon after Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine suggested the Catholic Church would change on same-sex marriage, the Bishop of Richmond has said Catholic teaching on marriage is constant.

“More than a year after the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage, and despite recent statements from the campaign trail, the Catholic Church’s 2000-year-old teaching to the truth about what constitutes marriage remains unchanged and resolute,”

Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo of Richmond said Sept. 13. “As Catholics, we believe all humans warrant dignity and deserve love and respect, and unjust discrimination is always wrong,” he said. “Our understanding of marriage, however, is a matter of justice and fidelity to our Creator’s original design.” Bishop DiLorenzo’s statement does not mention Kaine.

The former U.S. Senator is a parishioner at St. Elizabeth Catholic Church in the Diocese of Richmond.  [Full]

[...] While the abortion lobby has showered Kaine with praise, several U.S. Catholic bishops have challenged Kaine’s claim to being a faithful Catholic by citing his open dissent from essential moral teachings of the Church.

In a Facebook post titled “VP Pick, Tim Kaine, a Catholic?” Bishop Thomas J. Tobin of Providence noted that Kaine “has been widely identified as a Roman Catholic” while at the same time “he publicly supports ‘freedom of choice’ for abortion, same-sex marriage, gay adoptions, and the ordination of women as priests.”

“All of these positions are clearly contrary to well-established Catholic teachings; all of them have been opposed by Pope Francis as well,” Tobin wrote, dashing the left’s spurious claim that Kaine is some kind of “Pope Francis Catholic.”

“Senator Kaine has said, ‘My faith is central to everything I do.’ But apparently, and unfortunately, his faith isn’t central to his public, political life,” Bishop Tobin concluded. [FULL]
There is a large gap between recognizing active homosexuality as a forgivable human frailty,  and "God approves of homosexuality."  Bishop Francis X. DiLorenzo of Richmond might also consider  Sen. Kaine's  voting record on abortion. And then excommunicate him.