Future of America folks! Funny to see liberal stump when they are asked questions that require them to think. LOL!
Didn't somebody say once that Lib women are...............shall we say............not that attractive? If so, this segment proves it. Not all that bright either.
The very idea of Abortion in the first place, comes from a lack of personal responsibility for one's actions. We are teaching people that they do not have to be held accountable for making bad decisions and need not suffer the consequences.
It's amazing how tongue tied these liberal Obamatons become when they're confronted with common sense. This reporter is AWESOME (and doing the job that the MSM refuse to do).
Sandra Fluke was flying in a hot air balloon and realized she was lost. She lowered her altitude and spotted a man in a boat below.
She shouted to him, "Excuse me, can you help me? I promised a man whom I just met that I would meet him an hour ago for copulation, but I don't know where I am."
The man consulted his portable GPS and replied, "You are a promiscuous slut in a hot Air balloon, approximately 30 feet above a ground elevation of 2346 feet above sea level. You are at 31 degrees, 14.97 minutes north latitude and 100 degrees, 49.09 minutes west longitude."
She rolled her eyes and said, "You must be a Republican."
"I am," replied the man. "How did you know?"
"Well," answered the balloonist, "everything you told me is technically correct, but I have no idea what to do with your information, and I'm still lost. Frankly, you've not been much help to me unless you'll pay for my contraception."
The man smiled and responded, "You must be a Democrat."
"I am," replied the balloonist. "How did you know?"
"Well," said the man, "you're loose, you don't know where you are or where you're going. You've risen to where you are, due to a large quantity of hot air. You made a promise that you have no idea how to keep, and you expect me to solve your problem. You're in exactly the same position you were in before we met, but, somehow, now it is my fault!
So many dots, so few connections, so go the thoughts of the "enlightened" Obama voter.
When I was a kid the funnies part of the Sunday paper always had a "connect the dots" feature. I used to look forward to it. Each dot had a number next to it and all you had to do was start at the number one dot and draw a line to number two dot and so forth. When you completed it there would be a picture of a dog or a truck or some other familiar item.
Usually, I could figure out the hidden picture before connecting all the dots, but I would complete it anyway to be sure.
However, if you drew the lines to numbers out of order you would get a abstract that makes no sense whatsoever.
If can't connect the dots properly you vote for Obama, it's as simple as that.
It's women like those that make me wonder if it was a mistake to give us the right to vote. Unless he trolled around until he found the really stupod ones
Easy - he just has to grab the same people that team-obama uses as props to stand behind him during those stump speeches.
Yes. These are "sound bite" thinkers.
Do you want gov't in your bedroom? Well no.
Then why do you want the gov't to provide you with birth control? Gee I never thought about it that way!
Like toongoon wrote, these people just don't connect the dots.
I had hopse for a landslide Romney win in November. After seeing this video I am not so sure he will even win.
Oh totally...I can answer your question with a response that is not only totally dumb, but I'll give my reply in the form of a question, because I'm just a like, like, like you know...a uhm.......uh... like...dumb Valley girl...
Good Lord! If the mouth breathers in this video looked up during a rainstorm they'd all drown for sure!
Hilarious yet painful. At least that one woman said "umm...thats a good question". The others tried to defend it. Solving hunger?? If more women had access to free birth control it would help solve hunger??? I hope she goes home and comes across this video clip and says, man I'm an idiot.
Again, who doesn't have access to birth control? Please left, and WH, who doesn't have access to or can't afford condoms???
Pride, Faith, and Courage
built the American Dream
These are the informed electorate. Scary isn't it. They sure know their talking points, but have never thought about them.
Andy McCarthy gave what has been described as a 'majestic' presentation about the Muslim Brotherhood today at the Center for Security Policy in Washington. George Gaffney did the intro. It's stunning. He's a real hero, is Andy.
ty, myself am concerned about this. mcshame , boehner, even rubio. all worried about being politically correct.
We should be deeply concerned when politicians in thier positions are covering over this danger. Political correctness is just their convenient excuse a sort of faux-high ground....... they are aligned and/or bought by the islamists. It apparently does not take much to move, fool, or buy a politician not founded on principles.
Thanks pm! I'll have to watch this first thing tomorrow! er, I mean, later today, after I go to sleep.
this guy here http://www.johnrcoxforcongress.com/
is running against don young, alaska. trying to get him some exposure.so maybe he has a chance of beating young.
He had me at "we should revert back to the gold standard and move toward a flat tax." How's he looking in the race right now?
not very good, there is a anchorage tea party picnic saturday, hoping he gets some exposure there, i wrote a couple alaska newspapers, they lean liberal, so sure that is why they have ignored cox so far.i see no articles on him. it looks like he was interviewed by hannity, but it was never highlighted. Recently 10 questions were asked by Sean Hannity to candidate John R. Cox These questions and answers were never posted on the Hannity web site. So we decided to post those questions to allow you, the voter(s) to see where John stands on several issues that face this country. this is under issues on his site the link i provided.
young has needed to go since 1982. imo this endorsing a dem was so pathetic even for him.
I think that the big fuzzy microphone was too distracting for them, and they couldn't focus to come up with an intelligent thought.
I doubt many of them ever had an intelligent thought. At least not one that someone else did not give them.
I can only imagine what off the wall things they would have said if the mic would have had blinking lights.
Hmm. I get the great, Facebook login page. I might have a Facebook account. I just don't remember for sure.
It must be symbolic. (many things come to mind) If the guy was interviewing conservatives, what would his mic look like? Maybe a rock? (symbolism)
For those of you who like watching meteor showers, one of the years most consistent is happening this week (the Perseids) and will peak on Saturday night and Sunday night. I put this out now to give people the opportunity to check it out each night, should the clouds happen to move in and block our view this weekend.
Saturday night (Sunday morning) the cresent moon will rise about 1 am (low in the eastern sky), so the darkest time to view is between 9:30 and 11:30 pm (probably with a rate of about 25/hour). Saturday's peak is between 1:30 - 3:30 am (Sunday morning) with a cresent moon midway up in the east north eastern sky (~45 -50/hour).
Sunday night (Monday morning), again the cresent moon won't rise until about 2:00 am (low in the eastern sky), so the darkest time again is between 10:00 pm and 12:00 midnight (25-35/hour). After the moonrise at 2:00 am, the peak showers will be between 2-4 am (45/hour).
Be advised, I'm calculating fro CDT (roughly Chicago), so those of you on the East Coast (EDT) and the West Coast (PDT), will have to make slight adjustments, but it's relatively close.
The radiant (that area which the meteors appear to come from) is out of the constellation Perseus (North Eastern sky, about half way between the horizon and the constellation Cassiopia (a 'W' shaped set of 5 stars in the NE, easily recognizable) during the early hour watch (9:30-11:30). As the night progresses and the moon comes out, Cassiopia moves higher in the sky (and more northward) while Perseus moves more toward the east and ends up somewhat above where the moon is (the moon, of course, drowns out many of the 'weaker' meteors) during the later viewing areas (2-4 am).
Anyone who wants to calculate the rate of meteors in their neighborhood on any particular night, can use this handy 'fluxtimator'. You need to input 1) the shower - which is Perseids, 2) your location - pick a city nearest you, 3) the conditions - whether it's downtown, suburbs, countryside, or mountaintop, 4) the date and the year - eg, Sunday night is Aug. 12-13, and, of course, use the year 2012, and lastly 5) whether it's daylight savings time or not - input yes, for most areas right now.
For anyone who wants to download a nifty skychart (Cartes du Ciel), that automatically updates the movement of the stars and planets, this is a free site. On the left side of the page, click on 'download stable version':
For those who like this sort of thing, enjoy and as Jack Horkheimer always said, "Keep looking up".
It might be fun to go to the top of a mountain and watch it. It would be a good excuse to pitch camp and spend the night.
Hah! One year I was awaiting the perseids, and three nights before the peak I got to see an awesome (hey I get to use "awesome" properly!) fireball while driving home from rehearsal. Yes, we do drink at band, but I was totally almost sober.
Anyhoo, I thought we were in for a magnificent show on the night it supposedly peaked (two nights later), and I had the family go outside and hang out in sleeping bags on lawn chairs and watch, because it was an unusually cloudless night for Michigan.
Nothing. Sweet eff ay.
Turned out, the peak was a day earlier than expected, and I got to hear and read about it all week long. We had total clouds that night.
Family thought I was nuts.
I did the same thing one year with my family. Built it up something fierce. Turns out, it was a weak year for the Perseids and we got squat. Needless to say, I got the sky maps and my 'fluxtimator' after that.
The most impressive time, though was when I was single in college. Had a dinner date with a gorgeous redhead. She mentioned the year before, when she was in Europe and watched this meteor shower in the summer with some friends. I asked her if it was Aug. 13 and she looked at me as if I was some kind of mind reader. I 'fessed honesty, though, and told her that I track these things. But she was still impressed. I'll leave the rest of the date for the imagination, lol. :)
I always try to catch these Nukefriend. Usually August is not a good time here for clouds from late afternoon and evening storms, but this year being dry- maybe we'll get lucky. If not, we'll have to wait 'til December for the other show. Usually less mosquitoes by then too ;-)
The sky is so much clearer in the cold. But I like the summertime, camped out in my lounge chair in the middle of my back yard, in the middle of the night, making all the neighbors suspicious, lol.
Nope. If it did, I'd still want to go out in it. But really. Cool nights, clear skies and no gnats, no noseeums or mosquitoes :-D Love that time of year! It's still 80 something here right now, and it's been a scorcher all day. I need to put this towel back in the freezer, my head melted it.
It's one of my viewing pleasures to watch the wonders of God, late at night, after I get off the 'puter. It puts me (and all of us, for that matter) in the proper perspective. It shows how insignificant and small we are to the Glory of God.
I have sites that track all the yearly meteor showers, sites that track the iridium flares and the ISS, and sites that just track the motion of the planets and stars.
But there's nothing like stepping out in the backyard and just 'looking up'. :)