Daily Archives: March 4, 2014

So a lesbian walks into a Muslim barbershop

Purple Jihad

It sounds like the beginning of a joke, but (unlike my graphic, which I’m pretty sure is a photoshop), this really happened. The Muslim barber refused, as his religion required. So naturally the lesbian has taken it to court, cuz when you’re a libtard, that’s how you handle all your butthurts. Normal people just go find another barbershop. Do libtard lawyer advertise this? “Did someone make you feel bad? Sue the bastard!”

How do courts decide which protected group gets protected? According to Ezra Levant of the Toronto Sun, it’s like poker.

  • A white, Christian male has the lowest hand — it’s like he’s got just one high card, maybe an ace. So almost everyone trumps him.
  • A white woman is just a bit higher — like a pair of twos. Enough to beat a white man, but not much more.
  • A gay man is like having two pairs in poker.
  • A gay woman — a lesbian like McGregor — is like having three of a kind.
  • A black lesbian is a full house — pretty tough to beat.
  • Unless she’s also in a wheelchair, which means she’s pretty much a straight flush.
  • The only person who could trump that would be a royal flush. If the late Sammy Davis Jr. — who was black, Jewish and half-blind — were to convert to Islam and discover he was 1/64th Aboriginal.

So who has a better hand … the lesbian who wants a boy cut from a Muslim barber or the Muslim whose religion says he can’t touch any woman but his wife?

That’s a toughie. A similar question of tolerance for one protected group over another arose during the murder trial of George Zimmerman, when the prosecution’s star witness Rachel Jeantel intimated under cross-examination that Trayvon Martin was anti-gay. Do you recall any marches by the Lambda Society or GLAAD denouncing blacks for their Stone Age view of homosexuality? Nah. Instead, liberals buried their heads in the sand, waiting till the news cycle moved on to other headlines.

Hypocrisy much?

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Filed under George Zimmerman, Islam, Race Relations, Religious Liberty, Trayvon Martin

Shutdown Reality Check

Last October, Republicans wanted a continuing resolution that would fund everything but Obamacare and Democrats said, “Hell no! NOTHING is going to stop us from imposing Obamacare on the country. NOTHING.”

Rather than separating Obamacare out of the budget so we could have renewed debate, Obamacrats forced a government shutdown. Then they and their lapdog media blamed it on the stubborn, narrow-minded Republicans who wanted to fund everything right now, if we could just take a breath and TALK ABOUT Obamacare.

And then … just to make sure that the shutdown was as conspicuous and onerous as possible … Obama ordered the park service to shut everything … even scenic overlooks and open-air war memorials that are normally wide open 24-7.

Remember all that? Yeah, me too. Wanna take a stab at how much moolah the government saved by closing the parks? The answer is worse than nothing. The Interior Department just issued a report saying those 16 days of politically motivated b.s. COST taxpayers $414 million in lost revenue.

And for what? So Democrats wouldn’t have to TALK ABOUT Obamacare? Hmmm … let me think what’s happened on THAT front since October.

How much will Ocare cost you

2014_02 28 Healthcare cancellations

On Sunday, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) was guest host on ABC’s This Week. When asked whether she and the other Democrat leaders had been misled by Obama’s oft-repeated statement that Americans would be able to keep their plans in the individual insurance market, Gillibrand answered, “No, we all knew.” Then, she added that the point of Obamacare was “covering things people need, like preventive care, birth control, pregnancy.”

In other words, Democrats always intended Obamacare to be a tool for engineering society and redistributing wealth. And they consider those goals so important that they were fine with whatever they had to do to make it happen, including lying, lying, and … oh yeah … lying.


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Filed under Democrats, Government Shutdown, Insurance, Obamacare, Republicans

Obama makes his own reality

2014_03 Obama promises Ukraine

Elliot Abrams dissects Obama’s responses to Jeffrey Goldberg on Sunday, concluding that Obama has learned nothing in the five years since he said of his own nomination that “this was the moment when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet began to heal.”

In short … Obama believes that whatever Obama believes must be so.

Obama’s “policy of passivity in Syria has produced nearly the worst of all possible worlds: 150,000 dead, 6 million homeless, and a menacing gathering of perhaps 25,000 jihadists at the heart of the Middle East.” But in his mind, he’s done the best possible job and anyone who thinks otherwise (including his own Secretaries of State) are just uniformed, wrong or just stupid.

What he had to say about Israel is equally appalling. In short, Israel is uninformed, wrong or just stupid. Obama knows what’s best and Netanyahu better just wise up and get with the Obama program. Or else.

What he had to say about Iran is, if anything, even more horrific. The Iranian leadership has not stopped taking Obama seriously. What a silly idea! As for those Sunnis, well they’re not nervous about Obama. They’re nervous about change. Cuz “change is always scary.” He really said that.

Sarah Palin said, “I find this stunning – scary, sad, and stunning. On the eve of Netanyahu’s visit, President Obama announces to the world that he shall tell Israel’s prime minister what to do; he’ll lay blame for regional unrest on Israel and command they adopt an Obama-sanctioned “peace plan” that requires Israel to concede even more land and authority. Truly stunning.”


If He Believes It, It Must Be So, by Elliot Abrams – Mar 3, 2014


Goldberg interview – Mar 2, 2014


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Filed under Barack Obama, Benjamin Netanyahu, Iran, Israel, Middle East, Sarah Palin, Syria

Really GOOD stuff here for Catholic and Non-Catholic Christians

I love God, my church and my fellow non-Catholic Christians. My point here is not to convince or convert anyone to Catholic doctrine. However, I am very interested in reducing anti-Catholic prejudice. I’ve had some experience with this and I’ve found it is entirely possible for non-Catholic Christians to come to understand and accept that Catholic doctrine is biblical, even if it isn’t what they themselves believe. That’s all I’m hoping for here.

The Journey Home – 2014-3-3 – Gary Michuta

The host of EWTN’s “The Journey Home” is a former Presbyterian minister who converted to Catholicism. This week’s guest is a lifelong lukewarm Catholic who woke up to the faith he was born into by the questions of an anti-Catholic co-worker. Their first half hour of discussion is really interesting and should be informative without ruffling any feathers regardless of your denominational background.

The second half hour gets into why Catholics reject Sola Scriptura, why our Bible has more books, and some other good stuff. If that’s going to piss you off, just listen to the first half. If you are a Catholic who doesn’t know and/or a Protestant who would be interested in understanding our beliefs on these topics, I hope you’ll find time to listen. These two guys are very gentle, intelligent and faith-filled people who know their stuff.


Filed under Catholic Church, Christianity

Common Core: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Common Core math

COMMENTS posted with this image:

  • Remember the whole language approach of the 80’s? The result is a generation that can’t spell. I wonder what educational deficit this generation will have.
  • As a mechanical engineering student, I have taken college calculus up to level 3, and I will be taking differential equations next semester, as well as being very versed in university physics both static and dynamic, and Engineering Thermodynamics. And this might be one of the goofiest and most pointless methods I’ve ever seen.
  • Everyone is complaining about Common Core. Please help us (teachers & parents) do something about it. Call your school board members & politicians. Tell them it isn’t working!
  • Around the corner, up the hill, climb a tree, skip rope, eat ice cream, swim in the fountain…………equals 20.
  • The answer is clearly ‘purple’. There….I win at math.



Filed under Education