May 8, 2010

Video: Supremes Identify Critical Point of Law in Abortion Argument

My comment:  The judges identify the point of law that will break the legalization.  The question is how does one establish personhood?

Video text:
December 17, 2009 — Personhood was widely discussed at the Supreme Court oral arguments for Roe v. Wade.
Note that among other things, the judges state that:
"The basic constitutional question, initially is, whether or not the unborn fetus is a person. That's critical to this case is it not?"
"Could Texas, constitutionally in your view, declare, by statute, that a fetus is a person for all constitutional purposes?"(Chief Justice Burger)
"The state could OBVIOUSLY adopt that kind of statute, and then it would have to be adjudicated." (Pro-abort Attorney, Sarah Weddington)

Videos: Proof/Evidence that Democrats Caused or Planned Financial Crisis

My comments:  Did the Democrats really plan this to happen or did they have good intentions in helping the poor when they forced the banks to make bad loans?  (See bottom video)  I tend to believe the latter but then I am just a working guy,  not a millionaire like Obama and his buddies.  They're smarter than me - that's for sure. Come to think of it, they are perfectly capable of doing this with all their networks and influence.  And it's not over because I read about their plans to get our 401K savings.!

Video description:  May 06, 2010 — Brought to you by the people who brought you the Financial Crisis! Barack Obama, Chris Dodd and Barney Frank are finally going to take on Wall Street fat cats and their unsavory political cronies Barack Obama, Chris Dodd and Barney Frank. What's that mean for us? Government-Run Comedy and Joke Welfare.

Music Video: Cats in the Cradle. Our kids will be just like us.

My comments: Our kids will be just like us. That's either a blessing or a curse depending on what we're doing to and for them today.  Before we know it, all the activities that keep us away from them are over.  Then we want to spend time with them.  But, if they turn out to be just like us then we're out of luck - unless we've made time for them when they needed and wanted it.

Video: Pelosi: It’s Cheaper to Treat Teens for Drug Use Than Interdict Drugs at Border

My comments: The conventional wisdom is that prevention is better than cure, a stitch in time saves nine. However, Democrats think that cure is better than prevention. It may be cheaper, but it is not better. But their values are messed up. They only pretend to care about people. Here's the text and an excerpt from

Pelosi: It’s Cheaper to Treat Teens for Drug Use Than Interdict Drugs at Border
Thursday, May 06, 2010
By Edwin Mora

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)
( - While pointing out that it is the responsibility of the federal government to secure the U.S.-Mexico border, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D.-Calif.) said Thursday it is cheaper to treat teens for drug use than it is to interdict drugs being smuggled across the border.

Pelosi: "Okay, so let’s, you know, let’s secure our border for every reason that we have responsibility to do so, but if it’s talk, if our purpose is to solve that problem, we must reduce demand and the best way to do that is through prevention and through treatment on demand."

Video: Obama jokes about AZ. Ignorant about situation.

My comments: Stand up comic Obama makes fun of Arizona laws. Shows no understanding of the situation there. Good for laughs, bad for administration.

Internet Takeover by Gov't

At war, truth is the first casualty. As the main stream media distorts the news or reports it selectively to promote the current regime and garner support, alternative media e.g. blogs have successfully debunked their myths and exposed the truth. To this end, they try to control these outlets, us.

"The FCC’s new, ostensibly softer approach comes on the heels of a U.S. Court of Appeals decision earlier this month, which ruled that the FCC does not have the authority to directly regulate internet providers nor require them to offer equal treatment to all Web traffic. Comcast sued the FCC, arguing that the commission could not force the company to be “net neutral” in regards to the file-sharing program BitTorrent, which Comcast at one point was filtering on its system."

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