Sep 15, 2010

Another head of state (not Obama) condemns anti-Christian attacks following Q'uran burning

"Washington, D.C. (September 15, 2010)–International Christian Concern (ICC) has learned that on September 13 Italy’s foreign minister denounced the anti-Christian attacks in Punjab and Kashmir, India where rioters burned a Christian school and church. The attacks were in response to a burned Quran being left at an Islamic center in East Lansing, Michigan last Saturday.  On Sunday, Muslim attackers set fire to the furniture of the church in Malerkotla town, Punjab. The following day, another mob set a Christian school ablaze in Tangmarg village of Kashmir."

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Meanwhile back at the ranch, "ABC, CBS, NBC ignore vast opposition to Islamic supremacist mega-mosque at Ground Zero, heavily feature pro-mosque spokesman (including Hamas-linked CAIR)"

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Video: Christine's Anti-Masturbation Campaign

Christine O'Donnell is that outsider whom the GOP establishment does not support enthusiastically.  This vintage 90s video shows her opposing masturbation.  I know that the current administration supports fisting and other intimacies outside marriage as it distributes condoms and fisting kits in the public school system - even to kids as young as 6.  So, I find Christine's support for chastity, purity, modesty and decency refreshing and encouraging.  It will do more to uplift the morality and character of our youth than what the Obama administration is currently doing - that much is for sure.
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But more than just a nice lady, Christine can win because of the following:
Five Reasons O'Donnell Could Win from Ace of Spades:

"1. Coons could always self-implode. There is a small but nontrivial chance any politician will simply blow up. Odds are maybe 2% of that, but it's somethin'.

2. Coons isn't ideologically suited for Delaware himself. He's called a "bearded Marxist" -- he too may be too extreme for Delaware. Thus, we'd have a Republican too far to the right battling a Democrat too far to the left...
3. Coons may not be a great practical candidate, either. Mike Castle just wins elections -- until now -- so when he entered the race no more experienced Republican challenged him. And, I think, no serious Democrat rose to the challenge, either. Just Coons. (In fact, he was unopposed for the nomination -- apparently no one else wanted it, like O'Donnell versus Biden.) So he's not a superman, either.

4. O'Donnell could actually grow as a candidate. She's got a serious amount of work to do, and I don't know if she can do it. But until now she has been entirely on the defensive against attacks from within her party (which is something that has caused a lot of anger among her supporters). Now she's freed up from the constant defenses to do something besides all that. ...

5. The Red Wave might even be bigger than we thought. Actually, I don't know about this one, because I was already thinking of an even bigger Red Wave than most people were and even my big Red Wave, in my mind at least, wasn't enough to do the trick. But with a little help from Coons, and a little help from herself... who knows."

And she's as sensible as anyone else, contrary to what the lamestream media wants to make her look like.

Video: The parallel universe, the alternate reality for the US is here

The parallel universe, the alternate reality for the US is here by stepping into the Obamazone.
Do you really want to go there?

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The Obama Zone from RightChange on Vimeo.

Unelectable? Idealism vs Pragmatism.

The GOP thinks that certain Tea Party candidates won't pass muster this November & have cut their loses by not even investing.  They'd rather have their regular wheeling and dealing politician and not some starry eyed idealist. 

It's up to the people now.  What a concept.  A government by the people, for the people and of the people.

Also, if we settled with the candidate who is morally compromised, does it really help advance the conservative cause or just give the party another bargaining chip.  I guess it is better to take our chances with a possible losing candidate than be sold out by a shoe in. 

And besides it ain't over until you know who sings.  Pic from Crescat

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