Gaypocrisy & Hillesbianism

Gaypocrisy & Hillesbianism

Well, I’m a little slow posting because this is quite a bit different than Blogger. I’m getting it though, slowly but surely.

Ever notice how quiet the homosexual/lesbian/transgender/various other freak rights groups are about how much money the Clintons take from regimes who imprison gays just for being gay?

The Clinton Foundation has accepted millions from Middle Eastern and other foreign governments that criminalize homosexuality – but prominent gay rights groups in America have stayed silent on the apparent disconnect between Hillary Clinton’s rhetoric and the donations.

“Unquestionably, they’re not standing up for their principles,” said Human Rights Foundation President Thor Halvorssen.

The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee frequently talks about her support for the LGBT community, while ripping what she describes as discriminatory policies in the U.S.

“It’s outrageous that, in 2015, you can still be fired for being gay,” she told the Human Rights Campaign in an October 2015 speech. “You can still lose your home for being gay. You can even be denied a wedding cake for being gay.”

But published reports and figures provided by the Clinton Foundation on its website show the group has accepted millions from countries that prosecute and imprison gay people – and worse. The following is an overview of those contributions, as well as policies from donor nations as detailed by the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA).

I doubt that anyone is seriously surprised at the Clintons’ hypocrisy. And by the way, Mrs. Clinton, nobody was “denied a wedding cake.” That couple had bakeries offering to make their cake for free. No, they and their loving, tolerant leftist buddies wanted to make an example of Christian owners simply because they disagreed.  Why is the ILGA silent on this issue? Gosh, you don’t suppose they’re hypocrites too?

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Red Barry’s High Floor

Red Barry’s High Floor

From National Review Online, The Corner:  Obama’s Favorability is Only 43% in Battleground States.

All I can say is, how the heck is it that high? How on God’s green earth can anyone think favorably of Barack Obama? It’s the same conundrum as when I see the “Ready for Hillary” stickers. Seriously? I guess my mind just can’t twist like a liberal’s. Obama, the Clintons, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, and so many others are, in my opinion, generally bad people. Not just people who have made some bad choices, but BAD people. It’s not that hard to read the things they’ve said, look at their voting records, and just observe their lives and come to the conclusion that they should not be walking the hallowed halls which our Founders meant for honest, decent people who want to serve their country. It makes me sick to look at the pictures of the White House, the Capitol building, the Library of Congress, and think of the awful, vile people who sit in places of honor when they have no honor themselves. It is no wonder our culture is decaying when we send rotten to the core politicians to Washington to represent us. Looking at the choices we’re going to have in November, I don’t see that changing anytime soon.

“Protesters” Indeed

“Protesters” Indeed

Attacking those who disagree with you, throwing things at them, banging on their cars, and chasing them isn’t “protesting.” It’s breaking the law, and these idiots should be in jail.

Protesters attacked Donald Trump supporters on the sidelines of a San Jose rally Thursday night, in a raucous scene where a dozen or more people were punched and at least one woman was pelted with an egg.

Protesters also reportedly grabbed Trump hats from supporters and set the hats on fire on the ground.

Police eventually moved into the crowd to break it up and make arrests. At least four people were taken into custody, though police didn’t release total arrest figures Thursday night. One officer was assaulted, police Sgt. Enrique Garcia said.

Word is the police kept their distance and let it play out, while keeping the crowd from getting any closer to the convention center where Trump was speaking. If they’re throwing things and punching people, it should be stopped. What do these people hope to accomplish? The media is describing them as “protesters,” and saying little about the violence. I agree with Herman Cain:

Of course, it’s all complete B.S., because these aren’t “protesters.”  They’re an angry mob of violent, often racist, thugs who are rioting in the streets to silence speech with which they disagree.

Make no mistake, they have every right to their opinions. Those who are here legally should be allowed to gather, protest peacefully, and make their voices heard.  Those who are here illegally should be cuffed, processed, and deported – immediately – but if you’re a citizen of this country the right to assemble is absolutely protected.

However, the second you start targeting the 1st Amendment rights of others you’ve crossed the line. If you’re attacking people, destroying property, fighting cops, and burning other people’s belongings – all in an attempt to instill fear in your opponents – you’re nothing more than a cheap hooligan and you should be jailed for your crimes.  End of story.

Seems we’re bent on letting the idiots among us have their way.

A Little About Me

A Little About Me

JASmius has graciously invited me to write on his blog, so I thought I’d introduce myself. I’m a staunch conservative who loves America as founded. Jim & I agree about most things, but we do have our disagreements. The most vehement one was regarding the nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court back in the George W. Bush days (you know, back when there was a man of character in the White House). Well, he was right about that. We agree that the federal government is bloated and almost hopelessly out of control, and that the only way we are going to preserve our freedoms is to elect constitutional conservatives who will begin reversing the process that has been going on for way too long, the process of more and more government power and control over our lives. I’m beginning to wonder if that is ever going to happen, especially after this nomination process.

We had a chance to nominate a constitutional conservative. Scott Walker, Ted Cruz, Bobby Jindal, Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio – all of them have faults, obviously, who doesn’t? But picking Donald Trump over any of them is crazy. The fervor with which his followers support him is reminiscent of Obama’s followers in 2008; they completely ignored the myriad of red flags surrounding him, focusing only on his skin color. Look what that got us. Donald Trump’s supporters are doing the same thing. There are so many things he has done, so many liberal candidates he has supported, so many things he has said that are completely contrary to what he’s saying now – and they ignore it because he talks a good game. They believed his lies about Ted Cruz, and indeed maligned him and spread the falsehoods because he was the one who had a chance to stop Trump. Cruz is infinitely more qualified to be president, much more intelligent and knowledgeable about how this country works, but it didn’t matter. They want Trump, warts and all, and it doesn’t matter who has to suffer to make that happen. Look at how they attacked Megan Kelly and Fox News when they refused to lick his shoes. The only network even remotely friendly to conservatives, and Trump had them attacking like they were CBS. Really kind of amazing to watch, especially when a lot of those people have been reliable conservatives. Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Ann Coulter? It really surprises me to see them in his camp.

Having said all that – I’m not quite as vehemently anti-Trump as my blog partner. While all of the above is true, I can’t do anything that might remotely help Hillary Clinton become President of the United States. That would be an unspeakable disaster, and I think Trump would be marginally less so. I’ve pretty much checked out of this election cycle. Normally I would be blogging every day about the Republican nominee, playing up his/her strengths and doing everything in my power to promote him/her. While I will hold my nose and vote for Trump over Hillary Clinton, because like it or not, one will be President, I have absolutely no enthusiasm for him, and I won’t be wildly celebrating if he wins. My focus now will be to hopefully help Republicans hold on to the Senate and House. I don’t think Trump has the coattails to help that along, so I’m not sure what’s going to happen there.

That’s where I stand. Thanks, Jim, for the opportunity to blog alongside you.