If cats could text

CAT text re dog

CAT text re water

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ABORTION Brilliant ad placement

Crescendo has won 15 international film festival awards and raised almost $6 million for crisis pregnancy centers. It is now available free of charge on YouTube. I hope you’ll find time to watch it.  It’s unforgettable.

Crescendo [15:04]

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Donna Brazile’s Big Ass

Sorry for the unpleasant image, but I am SO DISGUSTED by this.

2014_10 18 Brazile big ass lie

James O’Keefe, the guerilla filmmaker who brought down the ACORN voter-registration fraudsters in 2010 and forced the resignation of NPR executives, has just released new footage.

Project Veritas: Mark Udall Advocates Condone Voter Fraud

The following is from John Fund, co-author of Who’s Counting? How Fraudsters and Bureaucrats Put Your Vote at Risk.

“Secretary of State Gessler had futile arguments with Democratic state legislators last year who insisted on ramming a bill through that mandated Colorado become the only state in the nation with both all-mail balloting and same-day registration. Under same-day registration someone can register to vote online, have a mail ballot sent to them, and never physically show up to register or vote. Other places that use same-day registration treat the vote as a provisional ballot pending verification. Colorado immediately counts the vote and there is no way to separate it out if the person who votes is later found ineligible.”

“Last December, New York City’s Department of Investigation detailed how its undercover agents claimed at 63 polling places to be individuals who were in fact dead, had moved out of town, or who were in jail. In 61 instances, or 97 percent of the time, they were allowed to vote. (To avoid skewing results, they voted only for nonexistent write-in candidates.) How did the city’s Board of Elections respond? Did it immediately probe and reform their sloppy procedures? Not at all. It instead demanded that the investigators be prosecuted.”

“In 2008, the Supreme Court upheld the constitutionality of voter-ID laws in a 6–3 opinion written by John Paul Stevens, then the most liberal member of the court. He noted that the record ‘demonstrates that not only is the risk of voter fraud real but that it could affect the outcome of a close election’. Stevens had witnessed the Daley machine up close manipulate local elections through fraud and chicanery during a distinguished legal career in Chicago that included serving both as a special counsel to a commission rooting out corruption and as a judge.”



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I don’t know if this is going to work. The last post took almost 10 minutes from ‘publish’ until it appeared.

One additional note: when they came up to get the information from my beloved child bride,after verifying her personal information, the first question she asked was ‘have you been to West Africa in the last four weeks?’
‘Have you been in contact with anyone who was returning from Africa?’
Thats how it is in Obola World.










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After extensive and repeated tests it was determined Monday that there was no permanent damage to DW’s heart and she was to be put on a medication that would require her to remain in the hospital for three days for observation to ensure the regimen was controlling her cardio issues.Then after consulting with our family doctor on Tuesday they decided to put her on a different med that would allow her to come home yesterday afternoon.Being the cynical twerp I am it occurred to me as an afterthought they may have made the change to get her released because they needed the room.The waiting area on her floor had about 12 visitors when I went yesterday.None of them spoke English.One man was yelling something at an RN at the nurses station and his daughter had to translate.I suspect this is getting more and more common and will only get worse.
Immediately after getting her things home we went to WalMart to get the three new scripts filled so she could start her therapy.With our supplemental insurance prescription card,the cost of the main drug was $358.00.The retail was over $500.The only people who could afford that kind of money are union employees who got waivers from Obamacare for their cadillac medical plans and the welfare leeches who get everything paid for courtesy of the American taxpayer.We had to call the hospital and explain what happened,and they called in an alternative which is cheaper,but less effective and with more potential side effects.

We made a second trip to the pharmacy only to find they were out of it.They should have more in today.She will have to make weekly trips to get blood drawn and tested to make sure its working as it should.

Frustrated,a little angry we can’t afford the proper medication,knowing its only going to get worse.Still,she’s home,sleeping in her own bed and getting back to relative normality.For that I am thankful to Almighty God for his benevolent mercy and to you for your thoughts and prayers.It made all the difference.

The daily thread should be up shortly.



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Amazing Pro-Life Story!

ABORTION children vs choices

Posted Oct 20, 2014:

Last week, a Sidewalk Counselor spoke with a woman who was leaving the Planned Parenthood abortion facility. They went to a nearby place and talked for 45 minutes. The woman, “Mel,” said that she was pregnant but found out that her baby no longer had a heartbeat.

She was told by her doctor that she had to go to Planned Parenthood to have the baby removed. Mel felt very distraught, as she was pro-life and did NOT want to go there. She and her husband desperately wanted another baby (they have a 9 year old). The Sidewalk Counselor told her about a nearby pregnancy center where she could get help and they could find a life-affirming doctor for her right away.

Mel was so relieved to receive this info, however, before she left, she just HAD to tell the SWC about her experience inside the waiting room of the abortion facility.

Mel sat in the waiting area and began to comfort a woman who was sobbing. She told Mel that she was there for an abortion but was very confused. Mel told her that she needn’t feel pressured into getting an abortion, that she should be absolutely sure about her decision.

THEN, a third woman sitting in the waiting room came over to them crying after she overheard their conversation.

Mel told them she’d give anything to be in their place, because she wanted a baby but that the child she was carrying was not alive. One of the women stood up and told them, “that’s it – there is no way I can go through with an abortion!” She chose LIFE!!!! Just then, workers came into the waiting area and scolded Mel, telling her “DON’T TALK TO ANYONE!” Talk about choice, huh?

Please pray for all the pregnant women in our community who are considering abortion, and please pray for the abortion facility workers!

Central Texas Coalition for Life @ Facebook


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American “Age of Eeyore” Enters Second Decade

From the Wall Street Journal article: “American’s Gloom Marches Into Second Decade” by Reid J. Epstein
“Why are people so gloomy? Well, it might just be everything,” says pollster Micah Roberts, sounding a bit like Eeyore himself. Mr. Roberts is vice president of Public Opinion Strategies, which along with Hart Research Associates conducted the poll. “We haven’t had a plurality saying ‘right track’ in over ten years so that’s pretty amazing. After 10 years it’s just part of the collective consciousness of Americans,” to think the nation’s gone off the rails, he added. Read more at WSJ.  Hat tip: finai at iOTW.

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Wendy Davis beclowns herself

2014_10 20 WendyDavisTexas gets absurd




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