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Now Democrats *like* charges that people are “un-American”

Democrats: could you please make up your minds?

Is it cool with you, or not cool, if charges are hurled around that so-and-so is un-American? Are y’all really so unprincipled that your answer shifts wildly, with your own momentary political convenience?

Mediaite goes into a couple of recent examples. Such as: Sen. Harry Reid (D – Nevada), Political Whore and Liar Extraordinaire, proclaiming officially on the floor of the Senate that the Koch brothers are “un-American”, basically because the Democrats don’t like what the Kochs say and do politically (never mind about Free Speech, fully legal political participation, etc.). It comes around 2:20 in Mediaite’s first clip.

Advice for Ms Wendy Davis

Posted by V the K at 11:11 am - March 6, 2014.
Filed under: 2014 Elections

Ms Wendy Davis – whose entire political career is built on fanatical support for late-term abortion – will be the Texas Democrat candidate for governor. But, her primary election results are already disastrous (not a single person in 22 Texas counties voted for her) and her constituency – which consists primarily of pro-abortion Democrats who don’t live in Texas – is already giving up on her “trainwreck candidacy” and may be turning their sights on Georgia; where the Republican governor is weak and the establishment GOP would rather lose a senate seat than let it go to a Tea Party candidate. They think that will be an easier lock to pick than Texas.

So, here’s what Ms. Davis should do; pack it up and move to a state where the only thing that matters in a female candidate is fanatical devotion to far left politics. She would do a lot better in New York, Massachusetts, or California (whose Democrat senators are becoming increasingly fossilized, so there may be an opening soon) than Texas. And even though she’s getting a little long in the tooth, there’s probably an aging progressive sugar daddy in one of those places who’d be happy to take her under his wing, or whatever.

Last Week in Global Warming

In case you missed these (as I had):

1) Climate scientist Roy W. Spencer‘s takedown of the Global Warming ‘Nazis’:

On February 20th, the noted meteorologist, Dr. Roy W. Spencer, fed up with being called a “denier” of global warming, posted a commentary on his blog titled “Time to push back against the global warming Nazis.”

“When politicians and scientists started calling people like me ‘deniers’, they crossed the line. They are still doing it,” said Dr. Spencer. “They indirectly equate (1) the skeptics’ view that global warming is not necessarily all manmade nor a serious problem with (2) the denial that the Nazi’s extermination of millions of Jews ever happened.” The Holocaust happened, but global warming’s latest natural cycle ended about 17 years ago and, as a lot of people have noticed, it has been getting cold since then.

“Like the Nazis,” said Dr. Spencer, “they advocate the supreme authority of the state (fascism), which in turn supports their scientific research to support their cause…”

2) Greenpeace co-founder questions ‘Climate Change’ ideology. From Breitbart’s coverage:

Mr Moore, 67, told a U.S. Senate Committee: “There is no scientific proof that human emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) are the dominant cause of the minor warming of the Earth’s atmosphere over the past 100 years.”

“Today, we live in an unusually cold period in the history of life on Earth and there is no reason to believe that a warmer climate would be anything but beneficial for humans and the majority of other species.”

…”I describe the climate change movement as a combination of an extreme political ideology and a religious cult all rolled into one. It’s a very, very dangerous social phenomenon. It causes them to think they have the right to dictate what we do.”

More from the Washington Times coverage: (more…)

Honored Gay Rights Activist Receives Slap on the Wrist for Possessing Kiddo Pr0n

Posted by V the K at 8:17 am - March 6, 2014.
Filed under: Progressive immorality

But, but… he’s a Gay Rights icon!

The gay rights advocate and former member of the San Francisco Human Right Commission who pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography was sentenced Wednesday and will be required to register as a sex offender for life, according to the District Attorney’s Office.

Larry Brinkin, 67, agreed to a plea deal in January with prosecutors, who dropped a second charge of distributing child pornography.

Brinkin was sentenced Wednesday to a year’s detention, with six months served in county jail and six months home detention where he will have to wear an ankle monitor.

Brinkin is well-known in San Francisco as being a vocal advocate for gay rights. He was a member of the Human Rights Commission for 22 years before retiring in 2010. In December of that year, the Board of Supervisors declared the first week of the month “Larry Brinkin Week” because of his work on gay rights issues.

Maybe Hillary will make him ‘Safe School Czar’ after he completes his sentence.

Update: Also, he gets to keep his city pension.

Another Post About the Entitlement Mentality

Posted by V the K at 8:03 am - March 6, 2014.
Filed under: Progressive immorality

In the course of defending Cathy Grossman’s dishonest attack on Trail Life USA (“They’re making children do Nazi salutes!!!1!!11!!”), American Spectator’s Natalie deMacedo makes the following case for forcing every organization to include everybody.

For example, imagine one of your sons befriends a homosexual child. They play baseball together, go to school together, and maybe you invite him to your house for a play date. Eventually, your son wants to invite his friend to his Trail Life group. Can you imagine telling your son that his friend can’t join because of his sexuality?

Leaving aside the notion that an eight-year-old should have “sexuality,” she apparently shares the very progressive parenting pilosophy that for a child to hear “No, you can’t have that” is simply appalling.  It’s just not fair, and so damaging to a child’s precious self-esteem to hear that there is something he can’t have.

And this is where that philosophy leads.

A New Jersey honor student suing her parents in a potentially precedent-setting lawsuit had her motions for financial support, including high school tuition payment, denied Tuesday by a judge who said it would set a bad precedent by setting limits on parenting.

Rachel Canning, 18, of Morris Catholic High School, was denied her requests for child support of $654 a week as well as thousands of dollars in attorney fees and immediate reimbursement of her high school tuition.

Morris County Court Judge Peter Bogaard also ruled that Rachel’s parents must keep her on their health insurance policy and keep status quo on all college savings accounts set up for her.

Canning claims her parents threw her out of their Lincoln Park home two days before her 18th birthday in late October, although her parents insist she moved voluntarily.

Canning’s father, retired Lincoln Park Police Chief Sean Canning, told The Daily Record of Parsippany that his daughter left home of her own accord because she didn’t want to abide by reasonable household rules, such as being respectful, keeping a curfew and doing some chores.

The kid wants someone else to pay for her college, unconditionally and unrelated to any responsibility on her part. What she demands is not different than what Occupy Wall Street demands; and what the Democrat Party promises. “You deserve free education, free health care, free contraception… and you owe society no personal responsibility in return. And anyone who denies you anything you want is mean and hates your for your snowflakey specialness.”

For now, a judge has rejected her argument, at least as far as her parents owing her “child support.”

For now.