Who really wants to see an illustration of this post? Here are a couple of the world’s nicest frogs instead.
How depraved is our culture? How did we reach the point where a total moral imbecile gets to give the State of the Union message?
Well, it goes back a ways. Here’s a bit from 2014. We were already raising a bumper crop of perversion–and pouring tax money into it, too!
Plead With the Lord to Save Us
Did we stop funding Planned Parenthood when they exhorted our teenage children to “try” sadomasochism? Did we chase them out of our schools and our communities with pitchforks and torches?
Nope. Not America. Still letting them do it to us, nine years later…
Personally, I can’t think of anything more demeaning, hateful, or wrath-provoking than being forced to say something that I don’t believe. I’m glad they hadn’t yet gotten into this when I was in college.
When They Make You Say It
And who makes you say things that you don’t believe? Liberals, of course! The very same hypocrities who are always yammering about “oppression” and “bullying”!
They need to be pitched into a river.
Back in 2004, in Waco, Texas–thought you were safe in a blue state, didn’t you?–Planned Parenthood was pushing this poisonous little text as part of “sex education” in the public schools.
The message was, there’s no such thing as an abnormal or morally wrong sex act, as long as, ahem, “nobody gets hurt,” etc. You name it, it’s “normal” and the kids should be doing it.
I have a particular reason for remembering this book. I was describing it on the phone to a liberal family member, huge fan of Planned Parenthood: but It’s Perfectly Normal was strong medicine, even for him, so he took refuge in a popular liberal tactic of debate: “There’s no such book as that! You’re making it up!”
“I have it here on the table, right in front of me,” I said. “If you were here, you could see it and touch it.”
“No, no, you’re just making it up…”
Of course that was 16 years ago, and the trick of denying basic reality had not yet quite taken hold on liberals.
But they’ve got it down to a science now. Don’t you just have to laugh when leftids talk about “science”?
(Thanks to Susan for the nooze tip)
Chelsea Clinton, daughter of a president and a presidential candidate, is living proof that a hereditary presidency would be a terrible idea.
Now, she said this some years ago, and it blew up in her face; so naturally she has said it again, just recently.
Chelsea wishes her grandmother had had “access” to Planned Parenthood: “…[H]ow much I wish that my grandmother–my mom’s mom–had been able to go to a Planned Parenthood” (https://www.lifenews.com/2019/02/20/chelsea-clinton-complains-her-grandmother-did-not-have-access-to-planned-parenthood/).
Hold off on that honorary Mensa membership, folks.
Not surprisingly, the bizarre comment has again backfired on Chelsea. By the way, have you heard that liberals are, like, miles smarter than everybody else? Or so they tell us.
Chelsea has blamed “anti-choice people”–in regular English, “pro-life”–for twisting her meaning. Obviously she didn’t mean her momma, Hillary, shoulda been snuffed in the womb. No, no. Oh, wait a minute–about 95% of pregnant women who go to a Planned Parenthood facility get abortions. Maybe Chelsea’s grandma would’ve gone there to play dominoes. But the odds against anything but an abortion are mighty steep.
With any bad luck at all, we’re going to wind up with Chelsea in Congress one of these days.
Maybe if we repent real hard, things’ll turn out otherwise.
(Thanks to Susan for the news tip.)
This is a bit rich, isn’t it?
Gov. Ralph Northam of Virginia, who earlier this year supported a “live birth abortion” bill in his state, received almost $2 million in campaign contributions from Planned Parenthood Virginia (https://bigleaguepolitics.com/governor-who-endorsed-infanticide-received-2-million-from-planned-parenthood/), according to news sources.
“Live birth abortion” means killing the baby as it’s being born, or shortly afterward. It is a Democrat euphemism for infanticide. After the rest of the country found out about it, the bill was defeated in the Virginia legislature.
Northam received $1,996,346 from Planned Parenthood Virginia, most of it during his 2017 campaign for governor. Nice, huh? Our politicians donate half a billion dollars of our tax money, per year, to Planned Parenthood, and then get some of it back from Planned Parenthood when they run for office.
Northam got out from under the infanticide scandal when his old college yearbook pictures showed him posing in blackface and being all palsy with a couple of guys in KKK outfits. The resulting brouhaha diverted attention from Northam’s support for the infanticide bill. And waddaya know–he’s still in office.
These things will continue to happen for as long as American voters permit Democrats to hold elective office.
Chalcedon’s Andrea Schwartz has reviewed what is surely going to be one of the most talked-about movies of the year: Unplanned.
It’s the story of a woman who went from abortion receiver, to Planned Parenthood volunteer, then Planned Parenthood officer–and finally, pro-life activist.
I wonder if the movie-makers knew that at roughly the same time as their movie would come out, Democrats in several state would be moving beyond abortion into actual infanticide.
O Lord our God! Remember that these things are done without our consent, against our will, and over our objections. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
Dontcha love it when these people let the mask slip? Here’s Geraldo Rivera caught with his moral imbecility in plain sight.
Remember… “Soylent Green is people.”
(Stoke up the fire…)
Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh His name in vain. –the Third Commandment (Exodus 20:7)
There’s joy in Hell whenever an ordained minister of the Gospel does a thing like this. Presbyterian “Reverend” Marvin Ellison recently blessed a Planned Parenthood abortion mill, denounced abortion’s critics, and even volunteered to be its chaplain (http://www.lifenews.com/2018/05/11/presbyterian-minister-blesses-planned-parenthood-abortion-clinic-in-gods-name-volunteers-as-its-chaplain/). What–couldn’t he find a job at Buchenwald?
“In the name of all that is holy and good,” the apostate intoned, “Planned Parenthood your name is blessed.” This happened in Portland, Maine.
Is there a church that this evil man can be kicked out of?
Once upon a time I was “sort of pro-choice,” meaning I thought abortion ought to be allowed in most cases. I am ashamed, today, of ever having held that opinion.
One book completely changed my mind: Windswept House (1998), by Father Malachi Martin. In it he described what was already an abortion industry, and included the selling of parts of unborn babies and “harvesting” them for assorted business purposes. I believed his testimony, and it brought a sudden end to my support for abortion.
Now I know that Martin, an ex-Jesuit, was extremely controversial in his time, and there is a lot of material in Windswept House that I, personally, find impossible to believe and wouldn’t want to repeat.
But if what he said about the abortion industry wasn’t true at the time, it has certainly become true since then. The activities of Planned Parenthood, which are the same as those described in Windswept House, can neither be denied nor defended. I mean, we’ve got the suckers on videotape, don’t we?
What I can’t believe now is that a Republican majority in both houses of Congress can’t defund Planned Parenthood.
Somehow even just contemplating Disney princesses makes me feel like I have to carry a lot of real heavy stuff up a long flight of stairs on a very hot day.
Does it seem to you, as it seems to me, that leftid loons are getting bolder about telling us who they really are? What makes them confident enough to do that?