Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Why don't they just say, "Good riddance, John."? and other stories I'm following.

Some of the stories I've been following...

Obama Health Care Bill Pays for Abortion - (From Maggie's Notebook )

Barack Obama - the one with two pre-teen daughters living in the White House...the daughters he did not "want punished with a baby," has added taxpayer funded abortions back into the health care bill that will be passed by a reconciliation vote, if it passes at all. On this most sensitive of all issues, an issue of life and death, you and I will be forced to help fund the taking of a child's life. This is an unforgivable position. ... Read more here

By Bernie on 22 Feb 2010

SOHO rapist

As usual, whenever the proper number of blacks and Hispanics are stopped-and-frisked some Liberal group crawls out from under a rock and complains that minorities are being unfairly targeted. NY Police released data last week showing that a record 575,304 people - 87% of them black or Latino - were stopped and questioned by city officers in 2009 resulting in more than 35,000 arrests, almost 36,000 summonses, and 7,612 weapons confiscated 1. About 57% of those stopped were frisked. ...Read more here

Smuggling Jihadis - (From Atlas Shrugs)

Authorities are searching for 270 Somalis believed to have entered the U.S. illegally with the help of a Virginia man who admitted contacts with an Islamic terrorist group. ... Read more here

Scott Brown On Jobs Bill - (From Wake Up Americans)

Scott Brown, along with four other Republicans voted to move forward with Harry Reid's $15 billion jobs bill (partial second stimulus bill), which should be voted on to pass this week. ...Read more here.

Washington’s “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians” for 2009 - (From Texas Fred)

Washington, DC

Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released its 2009 list of Washington’s “Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians.” The list, in alphabetical order, includes: ... Read more here.

Delahunt defends role in '86 Bishop case - (From the Cape Cod Times)

QUINCY — Fallout from the Amy Bishop case, which traces back to a 1986 Braintree killing, will not affect U.S. Rep. William Delahunt's decision whether to seek another term in office, the congressman said yesterday.

Nine months from the 2010 election, Delahunt, 68, who has represented Cape Cod in the 10th Congressional District since 1997, wouldn't say yesterday whether he plans to run for re-election this fall. But he did say that, run or not, Amy Bishop, the Massachusetts native who now faces murder charges in Alabama, would not weigh heavily on his decision. ... Read more here [Note from Norm: One of the best things that could ever happen to Cape Cod...get rid of Delahurt...aah, I mean Delahunt.]

H. Res. 1084:
Expressing the condolences of the House of Representatives on the death of the Honorable John P.... OK you read enough already. Why don't they just say, "Good riddance John." ? (From Gov. Track U.S.)

Also of interest...

East London Advertiser - 'Islamist' emails from Tower Hamlets council address sent to UKIP

Islamonazis in Tower Hamlets, east London, have sent, at taxpayer's expense, attacking e-mails to the local UKIP - United Kingdom Independence Party - telling them:

"Islam is the majority religion in the UK, and if you don't like it here, you can go!"

This is another example of The Big Lie, or taqqiya as it is called in the koran. Tell a big enough lie and enough(stupid) people will believe you!

Hitler used his Big Lie to the same effect and look what happened to him. Unfortunately, the ex-Mufti of Jerusalem got away: this is his legacy.

The creeping of islamic infiltration, stepped up in the early 1970's, in east and west London, till now.

The Big Taqqiya, is just a lie, islamonazis make up about 1% of the populalation, but it's 1% too much.

Keep up to date by checking in here daily... Storm'n Norm'n


Maggie Thornton said...

Hi Norm, thank you for this link - and did you hear Nancy Pelosi say today that abortions funded by taxpayers is absolutely not in the health care bill.

Storm'n Norm'n said...

Ref:"... did you hear Nancy Pelosi say today that abortions funded by taxpayers is absolutely not in the health care bill."

No, but this is what Father Maloy said:

"Direct federal funding of abortion on demand"

That's what the National Right to Life Committee says is in today's healthcare proposal from President Obama.

"Any member of Congress who votes for the final legislation proposed by President Obama will be voting for direct federal funding of elective abortion through Community Health Centers, and also an array of other pro-abortion federal subsidies and mandates.

The health bill passed by the Senate in December (H.R. 3590) had become, by the conclusion of the Senate amendment process, the most expansively pro-abortion bill ever brought to the floor of either house of Congress since Roe v. Wade. The Senate bill, as passed, contained seven distinct problems pertaining to abortion policies. (The bill passed earlier by the House, H.R. 3962, contained none of these pro-abortion components, thanks to adoption of the Stupak-Pitts Amendment on the House floor on November 7, 2009, by a vote of 240-194.) President Obama today proposed "a targeted set of changes to" the Senate-passed bill. None of President Obama's proposed changes diminish any of the sweeping pro-abortion problems in the Senate bill, and he actually proposes to increase the funds that would be available to directly subsidize abortion procedures (through Community Health Centers) and to subsidize private health insurance that covers abortion (through the premium-subsidy tax credits program).

If all of the President's changes were made, the resulting legislation would allow direct federal funding of abortion on demand through Community Health Centers, would institute federal subsidies for private health plans that cover abortion on demand (including some federally administered plans), and would authorize federal mandates that would require even non-subsidized private plans to cover elective abortion."

Storm'n Norm'n said...

I meant to post this with the one above (from father Malloy's website)

SFOP Honoree Nancy Pelosi Flat-out Lies

On Sunday Nancy Pelosi was honored at the San Francisco Organizing Project's "Soul of the City" dinner. Sponsors of the dinner included four San Francisco Catholic parishes: Corpus Christi, Mission Dolores, St. Patrick, and St. Peter. The Archdiocese of San Francisco is a "partner" with the SFOP, and the Archdiocese is responsible for determining the SFOP's suitability to receive CCHD funding.

Nancy Pelosi today at the Health Care "summit":

"My colleague, Leader Boehner, the law of the land is there is no public funding of abortion and there is no public funding of abortion in these bills and I don't want our listeners or viewers to get the wrong impression from what you said," Pelosi asserted.

Douglas Johnson, the legislative director for the National Right to Life Committee, responded:

"Speaker Pelosi has her own idiosyncratic dictionary, in which federal agencies can pay for abortion on demand without spending 'public funds' or 'taxpayer funds' for abortion," Johnson said. "In ordinary English, however, this is deceptive claptrap."

More at LifeNews.

On a happier note, the Bishop of the Diocese of Green Bay, Wisconsin is withholding funds from the CCHD this year.

Posted by Gibbons J. Cooney