Daily Archives: September 4, 2012

She’s better than all of them!

Zoe Griffin is 11 years old. She is also an abortion abolitionist who was verbally assaulted by pro-abortion activists. Here is her own account of the incident:

“Hi, I’m Zoe. Something happened Friday night that a friend wanted me to blog about. I don’t have Facebook or Twitter or anything like that so I’m borrowing my mom’s page for now.

“What happened was a pro-life rally. We had showed up when only 4 people were there. I guess we were supposed to get there early. As more and more people came, a car arrived. A woman came out and opened the trunk. There were 3,300 carnations in the back of that car. We started to unload and unwrap the flowers. Lily, Bella, and I started to write pro-life statements with chalk on the sidewalks when some pro-abortionists came.

They were holding signs and chanting: “A baby’s not a baby till it comes out, that’s what birthdays are all about!” They were blowing whistles and jumping around acting like 5-year-old children. I was so sad that these people were so blinded I started crying. Then we started laying down the flowers all across the sidewalk. When we finished, the line of carnations was probably a mile long. A pro-life woman let me hold a crucifix that she had. I started clutching it close to my heart. My knees were shaking, so were my hands.

“The pro-abortionists turned to us and started pointing at different people, saying, “You’re a person! You’re a person! Fetuses are not!” Then the woman saw me crying and said,” You are making this girl cry with your bull____”.

I couldn’t stand any more of those lies. They pushed it too far. In the highest-pitched voice I have ever spoken in, I screamed, “THEY ARE NOT THE ONES MAKING ME CRY! YOU ARE! WITH YOUR DARK HEARTS, YOUR DARK MINDS TURNED AGAINST GOD!”

My mom ran over to me, put her hand on my shoulder, and calmed me down. Then she went up to them and said, “HOW DARE YOU ATTACK A CHILD LIKE THAT!”

While she was yelling, pro-lifers came over to me to calm me down. My whole body was shaking. Our friend, Mrs. McKinney, took me, Jack, and Bella to a CVS that was nearby. We got water and chips and went back. I sat down on a bench when a man from the Charlotte Observer came over to me and started interviewing me. Once he was done, a man came over and gave us ice cream. While I was eating, the pro-abortionists left. Then we started to clean up.

“On the way home I felt sorry that I yelled at those people. I told my mom, and she said, “Do you know why you feel that way? It’s because you have a heart. You have a conscience, and you know what’s right and what’s wrong. Those people attacked you like that because they don’t have a heart.”

I will never, ever forget what happened last night. I had a dream that night that they all converted to pro-life activists. I hope that dream becomes a reality.”

Source @ http://www.lifenews.com/2012/09/03/pro-abortion-democrats-scream-at-11-year-old-pro-life-girl-at-convention/


Filed under Abortion

They’re on notice

Read/print/download Bauer Letter @ http://www.wnd.com/files/2012/09/BauerLetter.pdf

The referenced letter is from Larry Klayman to Robert Bauer explaining why Democrat Party or state elections officials who certify Obama’s eligibility for the 2012 election could become the targets of election-fraud charges.

Klayman is a former U.S. Justice Department attorney who founded the government watchdog Judicial Watch and later Freedom Watch. Bauer is the General Counsel to the Democratic National Committee.

The letter details how said officials cannot certify Obama’s eligibility for sure and that the law doesn’t allow them to make assumptions.

Copies went to the Democratic National Committee Executive Committee, Nancy Pelosi, State Democratic Party Chairs, State Secretaries of State, State Attorneys General, and the Commission on Presidential Debates.



Filed under Barack Obama

We’ve heard it all before

This is brilliant!!!

“We’ve Heard It All Before” (Extended Cut) [1:58]

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Filed under Loose Pollen


Posted by Pistol Pete

There wer a veritable mountain of items on the ‘net this morning,and I will try to winnow out all but the very best for you here.

I was struck by Chrissy’s excellent post on Empty Chair Day and the overwhelming response to it.As with the assault on Chick-Fil-A and so many others,people of good will unite and turn into a powerful force.It is the kind of spirit that won us our independence and that spirit can free us from the tyranny that has been thrust upon us once again.


That came to me last night..must have been the saurkraut.


Filed under Funny Stuff

I’ve been waiting for this!

Actor John Cusack:

Obama accepted the Nobel Peace Prize while sending 30,000 more troops to a ten-year-old conflict. Why? We’ll never fully know.

Under Obama do we continue to call the thousands of mercenaries in Afghanistan “general contractors” now that Bush is gone? No, we don’t talk about them… not a story anymore.

Do we prosecute felonies like torture or spying on Americans? No, time to “move on.”

Drones bomb Pakistani villages across the border at an unprecedented rate. Is it legal? Does anyone care?

The American dream, home ownership, education, the opportunity to get a good job if you applied yourself … and on and on. Yeah, what happened to that? It’s gone.

I don’t know how to bring myself to vote for a constitutional law professor, or even a constitutional realist, who throws away due process and claims the authority that the executive branch can assassinate American citizens. I just don’t know if I can bring myself to do it.

If you want to make a protest vote against Romney, go ahead, but I would think we’d be better putting our energies into local and state politics — occupy Wall Street and organizations and movements outside the system, not national politics, not personalities. Not stadium rock politics. Not brands.

Source: The above is from “Interview with Law Professor Jonathan Turley About Obama Administration’s War On the Constitution” by John Cusack – Aug 20, 2012. I added the emphasis. I disagree with just about every political position Cusack stated in his article. You’d think someone so far left of center would be firmly in Obama’s base. Not any more! You can read the original @ https://shannynmoore.wordpress.com/2012/08/20/john-cusack-jonathan-turley-on-obamas-constitution/

Check out other signs the ObamaNation is crumbling like a sand sculpture in a rain storm.

Media: Obama is egotistical, selfish, dull – Sep 3, 2012


Excerpts: As the Democratic National Convention gets under way, five major media outlets lobbed high-profile bombs at Obama.

  • The New York Times ran a front-page piece Monday with the unmistakable subtext that Obama is a hyper-competitive egotist who often is not as good as he thinks he is.
  • The Washington Post noted the continued controversy over Obama’s “you didn’t build that” line, and how the clumsy remark continues to leave him vulnerable to criticism that he doesn’t understand free enterprise.
  • The Huffington Post argued that, for all his promises of a new kind of politics, Obama has “played the same old game.”
  • The Wall Street Journal weighed in with a piece that portrayed Obama as stingy with fundraising — and vocal support — for fellow Democratic candidates. “We really do believe a high tide raises all boats,” Obama campaign manager Jim Messina told the Journal, explaining how Obama’s success would help others win.
  • And POLITICO landed with an against-the-grain portrait of Obama as a conventional president — “relentlessly familiar” in his governing style, politically uncreative and culturally uninspiring.

The convergence of skeptical pieces, all of which suggest Obama has failed to live up to the mythic expectations he set for himself in 2008, signal that Obama may be facing unprecedented media headwinds just as the nation’s voters are really tuning in to the 2012 campaign.

Elizabeth Warren DNC speech: Charlotte star, Massachusetts underdog – Sep 3, 2012


Excerpt: Elizabeth Warren will take the stage in Charlotte on Wednesday night feted as one of the Democratic Party’s brightest stars, a heroine of the progressive left and potential presidential material. Back in Massachusetts, to the amazement of many in her party, Warren enters the fall home stretch against Republican Sen. Scott Brown behind in polls, trailing among independents and even failing to lock down her own party.


Filed under Barack Obama, Democrats, News Media