Archive for October 16th, 2008

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P.J.D.S.? What will the left think up next?

October 16, 2008

We are aware of BDS =  Bush Derangement Syndrome, and P.D.S. = Palin Derangement Syndrome.  I am sorry to say that the Leftists have now come down with P.J.D.S. = Plumber Joe Derangment Syndrome.  According to many, Joe Wurzelbacher AKA, Plumber Joe, is a relative of Charles Keating of the Keating 5 scandal.  Who gives a flying ass’s ass, and how is this even relevant? 

Could you please remove the tin foil from your head and get out of the closet.  If not, it is a little cold.  Please put this jacket on.  I promise you will be going to a nice place where you will get plenty of fresh air, all you can eat jello, and craft time.  Just go with this nice man, he will take care of you.

-reagan21

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Sorry about calling you racists, you racists.

October 16, 2008

Congressman Murtha has apologized for calling his constituents racists. 

“I apologize for making the comment that ‘Western Pennsylvania is a racist area.  While we cannot deny that race is a factor in this election, I believe we’ve been able to look beyond race these past few months, and that voters today are concerned with the policy differences of our two candidates and their vision for the future of our great country.”

Why has race been an issue? McCain nor Palin have brought up race.  It was not an issue until people like Murtha and Reid brought it up. 

On a side note, lets’s assume Murtha’s apology was genuine.  What does that insinuate about his Haditha Marine comments.  An apology has never been offered even though all charges were dropped

I would like to personally thank Murtha for enraging Western Pennsylavians to get out and vote your old ass out of congress.  McCain might just win PA.

-reagan21

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Some People Should NOT Vote

October 16, 2008

There are far too many people out there like this.  Thanks hotair

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Polls Schmolls – Let’s Ease Our Depression

October 16, 2008

Yay polls

Likelies – 49-47 in Gallup, 50-46 Rasmussen. Statistical tie so not CBS or Newsweek bad

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RED FLAG New York as well

October 16, 2008

Here is another reason I don’t think we will have a President on November 4th.

Illegal aliens may be voting in NY.

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I took on Unions!!!!

October 16, 2008

Did anyone else catch Obama’s answer to McCains question whether he had ever taken on the Leadership of his own party; something McCain has done a number of times. 

Obama spouted out a load of dung about how he had made decisions which pissed of the Teacher’s Union and other organizations.  Wowee, you pissed of the union.  Either you don’t understand how to answer a question or you are inferring unions are the leaders of the Democratic party.  I would say the latter is true.

Mr. Obama, can you please learn how to answer a questizzle?

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Right to Privacy?

October 16, 2008

In last night’s debate Abortion finally came to the forefront.  McCain called Obama out on voting against partial birth abortions, and against legislation which would protect babies born after failed abortions.  Obama tried to weasel his way out by presenting his side of the story.  It seemed viable…except for the small fact that it was all lies.  Obama is a great speaker and I see why those who don’t do their homework would vote for this guy.  However, I don’t believe one word which comes out of his mouth.  I do my homework and find the truth. 

Related to abortion, the topic of Judicial Appointees was covered by the candidates.  Obama said some things which made me cringe.  While speaking, Obama, a supposed Constitutional scholar, misspoke on Roe v. Wade.  It is true that in Roe, when it first came down, the Court created a new right to privacy under the 14th amendment.  The right to privacy, in this sense, is nowhere to be found in the Constitution.  In fact, the only place in the Constitution that infers a right to privacy are in the 4th, 5th, and 6th amendments.  In these amendments “the people” or the accused have the right for the government to not illegally search or seize, to be deprived of liberty without due process, and the right to a public and speedy trial free from inducement during “trial like confrontations”.  There is also some mention of the right to privacy in the 3rd amendment during times of peace. 

Nevertheless, the Court in Roe held that during the first trimester, the mother’s doctor had the right to terminate the fetus.  During the second trimester, the mother’s doctor had the right to terminate the fetus if the mother’s health outweighed the health of the fetus.  During the third trimester, the state’s interest in the baby prevailed and could only be terminated if there was a substantial risk for the mother’s health.  This right to privacy was “borrowed” from Griswold v. Connecticut under the cloak of substantive due process

However in 1992, the opinion in Roe was “reinterpreted” in Casey v. Planned Parenthood of PA.  In this case the Court did away with the trimester system completely.  The Court opined that the right to privacy was bogus, and the Roe court really wanted to say there was a right to choose.  The government may infringe upon the women’s right to choose unless there is an undue burden on the mother’s right.

Obama, and the majority of pro-death pro-choice advocates, still don’t understand that abortion is no longer a privacy issue.  It kills me to think that he, a Harvard law grad, either doesn’t understand the issue or he doesn’t acknowledge that the right to privacy is a bogus concept.  To tell you the truth, the right to choose is not a right endowed by the Constitution, but don’t get me started.

There will be some Supreme Court Justices who resign in the next 4 years.  We cannot allow Obama, and a Democratic majority in both houses, to appoint and sustain Judges who look beyond the framer’s intent.  Nor can we allow Judges to create law from the bench by creating substantive due process rights.  This is an important issue and I wish the GOP would have begun hammering this issue a year ago.  I hope not all is lost.

-reagan21