The Dead Soul of Adam Lanza… (“Are the folks who think America would be a better place with a more restrictive Second Amendment willing to restrict the First Amendment to stop all distribution of movies and cable shows that depict famous actors blasting enemies with assault weapons?”)
“No set of laws can eliminate evil from the world, or prevent every senseless act of violence in our society.”
So said President Obama in words of comfort in Newtown. The president was right to speak of evil, but mistaken when he called the massacre “senseless.”
For this was a premeditated and purposeful act of mass murder, and the devil that did it knew exactly what he was doing and why.
When he put four bullets into his mother’s head while she lay in bed, Adam Lanza wanted her life ended along with his. When he headed for Sandy Hook Elementary, with the Glocks and Bushmaster rifle, he knew he would encounter no armed resistance.
When our Rebuild America Defeat Obama tour bus rolled into downtown Dayton Ohio, the hostile vibe from blacks on the streets filled the air. A young black mancalled our team, Romney and Ryan “M-F-ers” before walking away.
I went to find a restroom and passed a group of young blacks on a street corner murmuring about our tour buses. A young black staffer on our team said he thought he was going to have to break out his Chuck Norris skills.
(“…little difference” between Romney and Obama, and we might as well stick with Barack…”) Michael Moriarty — The fog of the campaign war
That said, if Rick were to get the nod (which he probably won’t), I would vote for him versus BHO any ol’ day. For that matter, if my uncle Slappy Giles, who sells moon crickets and Chattahoochee jig worms down by Harper’s Swamp, were the GOP’s pick, I’d vote for that toothless, brainless bastard because I know he at least digs America and that for which she stands. Obama? Let’s just say I’m getting a different read.
Now, before the Santorumites queue up to send me their hate mail, do you really, really think there’s very little difference between Romney and Obama?
Look, I get it. BHO will bash Mitt for his Romneycare hypocrisy. And I know Mitt, heretofore, changed his political mind every two years. And like the Visa Card, historically he has been everywhere you want him to be. But to say that he’s the same as Obama is like saying getting kicked in the nuts by a two-year-old is the same as getting kicked in the nuts by Chuck Norris. Yes, our boys might get pummeled, but there is a huge difference in the extent and depth of pain and damage delivered by a Chuck versus a child, capice?
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Feds’ War on Religion (Part 2 of 2)
Townhall.com ^ | December 27, 2011 | Chuck Norris
Posted on Tuesday, December 27, 2011 7:48:05 AM by Kaslin
Last week, I documented more than a dozen ways in which, in just the past six months, the Obama administration is trampling on the religious liberties of America‘s finest military service members. (If you haven’t read Part 1, you can find it at creators.com.)
I am very disappointed by the dissolution of religious liberties in the U.S. military. Times have sadly and radically changed since my father served in World War II, since I served four years in the Air Force and since my two brothers, Wieland and Aaron, served in the Army in Vietnam. (My brother Wieland paid the ultimate price there in the line of duty.)
I thank God that I served in the Air Force during a time in which moral absolutes and a deep reverence for God pervaded culture, especially the military. No service member was ashamed or afraid to express his faith in God or his Christian beliefs. In fact, the very thought that service members would somehow have to protect or defend their Christian faith would have seemed ludicrous.
The Venom in Feds’ Vaccinations
Posted on Tuesday, November 08, 2011 6:56:12 AM by Kaslin
While most mainstream news media cover presidential campaigns or economic conditions, the feds are going under the radar and your skin — literally — with something that could be detrimental to your and your children’s health. News just broke about their cover-up, but few, if any, agencies passed along the wire.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 110 children have autism spectrum disorders, which is strikingly more than just two decades ago. (ASDs are a group of developmental disabilities that can cause communication, behavioral and social challenges.) The National Autism Association calls the 644 percent increase of ASDs among U.S. children since the early 1990s “a tragic epidemic of autism.”
Many attribute the increase in the rate of ASDs to children’s being exposed to significant quantities of thimerosal, a mercury-based compound that has been used since the 1930s as a preservative in certain vaccines and pharmaceutical products to prevent bacterial and fungal contamination.
According to the CDC’s website, however, “to date, the studies continue to show that vaccines are not associated with ASDs. … The most recent and rigorous scientific research does not support the argument that thimerosal-containing vaccines are harmful. … Is thimerosal in vaccines safe? Yes.”
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HAS KHRUSCHEV’S PREDICTION COME TRUE?
September 22, 2011
Why will the media not discuss Obama‘s questionable eligibility for the presidency?
I do not understand how many news people and politicians in this country can claim that Obama is not disqualified to be President of the USA. It is so patently obvious that he has never been a Natural-Born American.
There are several famous personalities that are speaking out against Obama’s fraud: the star of Texas Rangers Chuck Norris, himself an honorary Texas Ranger; Gospel singer Pat Boone; and Victoria Johnson of Saturday Night live fame.
Businessman Herman Cain, a possible Republican presidential candidate in 2012, has criticized Barack Obama for disregarding America’s Christian heritage, stating he believes the president’s repeated omission of the phrase “endowed by their Creator” is “intentional.”
“I have been able to get the pulse of the American people of not only what’s in their head but what’s in their heart,” Cain told CBN News Correspondent David Brody in an interview. “What’s in their heart is they love this country.
They love the values upon which this country was founded, and they don’t like it when the president omits ‘endowed by their Creator’ from reciting the Declaration of Independence.”Brody asked Cain, “Do you believe that was intentional by the president?”
“I believe it was intentional because he did it three times, two of which I know about, and a friend of mine actually knows of a third one,” Cain answered.
“With all of his teleprompters, how could you not put that in there?
No. I believe it was intentional.”As WND has reported, Obama has an established record of omitting references to the Divine: prompting a letter from the Congressional Prayer Caucus for incorrectly replacing the nation’s motto of “In God We Trust” with “E pluribus unum” in a speech at the University of Indonesia, omitting the phrase “endowed by their Creator” from documents submitted to the United Nations, drawing criticism for omitting the same phrase three times in a little over a month and, by WND columnist Chuck Norris‘ count, dropping “their Creator” a total of seven times in a two-month span last year.
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This year’s critical midterm elections are going to bring real change to Congress. And it won’t be the kind of change favored by the “hope and change” crowd – at least I hope not.I’ve been taking every possible opportunity this year to talk about the importance of voting in these elections. In May, I visited the National Rifle Association‘s Annual Meeting and talked about how just about everything – from U.N. treaties to Supreme Court decisions – are affected by the power of the vote.
You can see that speech here on YouTube, if you’d like.The subject is so important to me that I agreed to serve as Honorary Chairman of the “Trigger the Vote” voter registration campaign that’s funded by the NRA’s Freedom Action Foundation. We recently filmed a new TV commercial for the campaign, and you can see the web spot here on the “Trigger the Vote” website.
I hope you’ll take a look. The ad is very comical and has gotten a great reaction from the left and the right alike.Now, a few people have scratched their heads at the humor in the spot. I’m noticing that those people are generally older and already registered to vote, which underscores the fact that this ad is not targeted at them. The ad is targeted at the members of the younger generation who aren’t registered to vote.
I call this generation the Millennials, and the humor in the spot is right up their alley. If you want them to hear your message, you have to speak their language…
With all the confusion and quandaries about Obama’s religion lately, I rearranged the order of this four-part series to detail today exactly what Obama believes, including his beliefs about prayer, sin, heaven, the Bible and the person of Jesus, based upon a rare in-depth interview by a religious reporter of a major newspaper publication.Excerpt Read more at wnd.com …
Two hundred years later, President Obama has already denied America’s rich Judeo-Christian heritage before the eyes and ears of other countries, as he publicly declared in Turkey on April 6, 2009, for the whole world to hear:
“We do not consider ourselves a Christian nation.
I also know civilization’s debt to Islam. … I also know that Islam has always been a part of America’s story. … And since our founding, American Muslims have enriched the United States. … So I have known Islam on three continents before coming to the region where it was first revealed.
“He goes on to say, “That experience guides my conviction that partnership between America and Islam must be based on what Islam is, not what it isn’t.
And I consider it part of my responsibility as president of the United States to fight against negative stereotypes of Islam wherever they appear.”
at wnd.com …