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Actress/Abortion Activist Jane Fonda Grapples with Mortality

fondaOriginally posted at The Clash Daily

At the end of life, all people reevaluate and ponder life’s mistakes, poor choices, and self-centered objectives. That’s why the pain of aging often includes dealing with regrets and beliefs that suddenly seem superficial and self-serving in light of eternity and the things that really matter.

This is precisely what seems to be happening to Hanoi Jane, also known to many as outspoken liberal Hollywood actress Jane Fonda.

For those who’ve basked in the warmth of wealth and public acceptance, the notion of human transience must be especially hard to accept, especially for a woman whose Hollywood career provided her a platform to spout left-wing politics and lobby for abortion rights.

Seems approaching 80 is bringing with it the understanding that despite fame, fortune, and rock-hard abs, as the Bible says in Psalms 103:15-16, “As for man, his days are like grass; as a flower of the field, so he flourishes. When the wind has passed over it, it is no more, and its place acknowledges it no longer.”

Recently, Fonda shared some of her deep thoughts in a blog on her website entitled “Crying.” Fonda said that as she ages, “tears are close to the surface” because she’s well aware of time and “how little of it [she has] left.”

Sober in the twilight of her life, Jane seems to be pondering how her transitory moments were spent. There were times in the past when Jane sided with and offered aid and comfort to America’s enemies, which ultimately cost the lives of thousands of American soldiers. Then, when she established herself as an abortion advocate, she also aided and abetted another enemy – the enemy of God, the Giver of Life.

Lady Jayne Seymour Fonda was born to a woman who, prior to the actress’s birth, in 1937, had had nine abortions. While reviewing her existence, does Fonda grapple with the fact that she spent time walking behind banners rallying for the right of a woman to participate in the act that destroyed nine of her siblings?

Jane Fonda was conceived, lived, and will one day die, as we all will, but as an avid supporter of abortion rights, the harsh truth for Jane is that she enthusiastically supported the hastening of death for those that God Almighty ordained to live.
Is she even thinking about those things?

No one knows, but what she is doing is crying, and over “pretty things, kind deeds, sad stories, acts of courage [and] good news.” As Jane comes to terms with time and how fleeting life is, one can’t help but wonder whether, deep down, denying the right to life to those not lucky enough to make it out of the womb might be what’s making Ms. Fonda so weepy.

When Jane says that she is now able to “appreciate the beauty in small things more than when [she] was younger,” do those “small things” also include fetuses tucked snugly inside a mother’s womb that she and her liberal politics fund to destroy?

When Fonda talks about aching for “unwanted children…polar bears, and elephants, and Monarch butterflies and dolphins, gorillas and chimpanzees,” does she still believe that the latter should be saved from extinction and the former be destroyed for lack of being wanted?

Waxing philosophical, on her blog Fonda noted that “biologist E.O. Wilson once said something like, ‘God granted the gift of intelligence to the wrong species’…
intelligence should have been granted to dolphins…an animal with a brain who plays and is smart but has no thumbs and is not a carnivore.”

What Barbarella forgot to mention was that the animals she named lack the intelligence of humans who often behave worse than animals as some of them defend the systematic destruction of millions of their offspring.

Based on Jane’s reaction to actress Kerry Washington’s recent baby shower, there is a hint that there may be a soft, repentant spot somewhere inside the winner of the 2003 Planned Parenthood Margaret Sanger Award.

About Washington, who’s also a huge abortion advocate, Fonda said that at seven months – a gestational age at which partial-birth abortions are still sometimes performed on helpless babies – she looked “radiant.”

The woman who spoke out against granting personhood to a fetus is now attending baby showers and saying “I had no idea there could be so many nice ways to commemorate the upcoming event and leave loving memories for mom and baby.” Is Jane Fonda actually admitting that Kerry is carrying an actual living baby?

The aging actress went on to say that she started crying when she saw Kerry’s “gorgeous belly.” Did Fonda look at that belly and picture the infant growing inside its mother’s womb?

Again, dealing with mortality is a hard thing to do, especially if one has lived life catering solely to the temporal realm and spurned the truth of God’s Word and who He is. As a 76-year-old woman wrestling with her own temporariness, Jane Fonda admitted, “Maybe because I’m older my heart is wider open, like a net that wants to catch all the things that matter.”

As the end of her life nears, Jane Fonda should focus less on chimpanzees and Monarch butterflies and instead grasp the truth that without exception, as it says in 2 Corinthians 5:10, “we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ, so that each one may be recompensed for his deeds in the body, according to what he has done, whether good or bad.”

Four marriages, intermittent atheism, and treasonous activities aside, let’s pray that before Jane Fonda stands before God she has the good sense to make amends with Him for supporting, encouraging, and putting her hearty approbation upon the unfettered slaughter of 60 million unborn children.

Feminists Attempt to Abort Rush Limbaugh’s Broadcast

Originally posted at AmericanThinker blog

Radical feminist Gloria Steinhem once said, “Any woman who chooses to behave like a full human being should be warned that the armies of the status quo will treat her as something of a dirty joke. That’s their natural and first weapon. She will need her sisterhood.”

Gloria’s words are coming to pass. Presently, the sisterhood is doing battle with Rush Limbaugh, the conservative leader of the army of “the status quo.”  The reason?  Limbaugh dared call “full human being” Sandra Fluke a “slut” and a “prostitute” after the brazen Georgetown University law school student sat before a contrived dog-and-pony show disguised as a Congressional panel and declared that a Catholic university should provide insurance to cover her three-year birth control bill of $3,000.

In response to Limbaugh’s comments, posses of angry females are now frothing with anticipation, demanding Rush Limbaugh be legally prosecuted and “silenced by the FCC.” Women whom Rush has jokingly called “Femi-Nazis” want the radio talk show host’s head on a spike. With Sandra Fluke as their patron saint, shrill feminists are determined to make a public spectacle of Limbaugh for the sin of exposing how Democrat-controlled estrogen has manipulated the gender discussion for years.

The ladies’ goal is to prosecute Limbaugh on behalf of offended women everywhere, and, if possible, silencing his voice by way of a media lynching.

So far, we’ve heard from the woman who does turtlenecks proud — feminist lawyer Gloria Allred who dug deep into the annals of puritanical 19th century Florida law. Ms. Allred managed to unearth an 1883 statute that makes it a crime to question a woman’s decency.

Prosecutable pro-choice feminists should take heed before going Victorian on us, because in the mid-1800s abortion was illegal.

Nevertheless, the law Allred dusted off says that “Whoever speaks of and concerning any woman, married or unmarried, falsely and maliciously imputing to her a want of chastity, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor of the first degree.”

That’s a stretch, because although he lacked decorum when describing Ms. Fluke, Rush merely acknowledged, albeit more coarsely, what the law student had already admitted. Truth be damned, publicity whore Gloria Allred rushed to Fluke’s defense, saying “[Rush] has personally targeted her and vilified her, and he should have to bear the consequences of his extremely outrageous, tasteless and damaging conduct.”

Joining Gloria’s ranks are other prominent feminist types.  The newest recruits include the founders of the Women’s Media Center; Hanoi Jane Fonda, the woman who made a North Korean rice pot a fashion statement; women’s liberation movement icon and aficionado of aviator glasses, abortion and animal rights, Gloria Steinem; and militant “man-hating” poet, Ms. Magazine editor, Robin Morgan, the cofounder of globalsister.org and author of “Fighting Words: A Toolkit for Fighting the Religious Right.”

The Women’s Media Center prides itself on being “an organization that works to amplify the voices of women in the media through advocacy, media and leadership training, and the creation of original content.”  That credo holds true only as long as the voice isn’t conservative and the “creation of original content” doesn’t include anything liberal women might disagree with. Which explains why, despite Limbaugh already apologizing for his comments – not once, but twice -Jane, Robin and the two Glorias are still out for blood.

Thus far, the only thing Gloria Steinem has ever apologized for was to Canada for American conservative radio talk show host Dr. Laura Schlessinger’s stance against homosexuality. Robin Morgan did apologize for two things: being white and having a passport, both marks of “insufferable privilege.”

Jane Fonda embraced the North Vietnamese, straddled an enemy anti-aircraft cannon and shot her big mouth off, making radio broadcasts urging the US military to cease bombing North Vietnam.  Sixteen years later, the rabid abortion advocate went on ABC’s 20-20 and apologized to Vietnam veterans and their families, saying, “I was trying to help end the killing.” About the 1972 incident, Fonda told Barbara Walters, “[t]here were times I was thoughtless and careless about it and I’m … very sorry that I hurt [US soldiers].”

When Rush Limbaugh sought forgiveness he said, “I’m the one who had the failing on this, and for that I genuinely apologize for using those words to describe Ms. Fluke.”

Based on an article posted on the Women’s Media website entitled “Limbaugh’s Half-Hearted Apology Isn’t Enough,” it’s clear the ‘sisterhood’ rejects his admission of guilt.  Which may be why remorseful radio broadcaster Fonda, together with apologetic co-founders Steinem and Morgan, felt compelled to post an editorial on CNN.com advising listeners to pressure the FCC to “silence [the] controversial conservative.”

The op-ed maintains Rush Limbaugh demeans women, hides behind the First Amendment and downplays vitriol by calling it humorous entertainment.  According to the threesome the outrage is not about Limbaugh’s political views, it’s about “toxic hate speech.”

Apparently, the “it’s not about politics” standard applies only when a conservative transmits unforgivable “toxic hate speech” over the airwaves, but if delivered by a liberal comedian on CBS, or HBO it’s acceptable. If that weren’t true, why would Fonda and Steinem willingly appear on potty-mouthed misogynist Bill Maher’s HBO show Real Time with Bill Maher?

Either way, inspired by an activist law student who believes she is constitutionally entitled have her birth control paid for with the people’s money, the trio stress that although Rush is “indeed constitutionally entitled to his opinions…he is not constitutionally entitled to the people’s airwaves.”

Issuing a “Towanda the Avenger” rallying cry, the editorial encouraged the “public to take back our broadcast resources,” saying Limbaugh has had “decades to fix his show.  Now it’s up to us.”

And so a group of women he once nicknamed the “All American First Cavalry Amazon Battalion” are presently seeking to end Rush Limbaugh’s radio career. The only difference is, rather than being comprised of hormonal females with synchronized menstrual cycles, these are angry post-menopausal pro-choice feminists. Women who’ve have spent the last 20 years anticipating a day when they could subject Rush Limbaugh to a media-administered late-term abortion.

 

Gwyneth Gives Philanders a Pass

Originally posted at BIG Hollywood

For a woman who claims to love the “simple life” and who swears she’s happiest when she’s cooking for her kids, lately Gwyneth Paltrow’s face and opinion are everywhere.  It seems as if Ms. Paltrow, aka Mrs. Chris Martin, hasn’t cooked very many chicken fingers for the kiddies lately, because every time you turn around she is either showcasing her eclectic talents, attending Barack Obama’s $34,000-per-plate fundraisers, or sharing her unsolicited philosophy from the left wing of every stage she happens upon.

Besides being the wife of a rock star and mother to an Apple and an actual Moses, the woman is a multitalented entertainer (at least both she and mother Blythe Danner think so). Gwyneth dances, plays guitar, and can both croon country and belt out pop.

After being featured singing on two episodes of Glee, Gwyneth will soon perish in Contagion. Upon request, Paltrow will demonstrate speaking in perfect King’s English, a talent she displayed at the tender age of 20 when she portrayed Viola de Lesseps in Shakespeare in Love.  Right out of the ingénue gate, young Gwynie with the fake British accent won an Academy Award and was promptly crowned the muse of Miramax’s Harvey Weinstein.

As if that wasn’t enough, nouveau Londoner Mrs. Martin chopped and sautéed her way across Italy with famous pony-tailed clog-wearing chef Mario Batali.  The late Bruce Paltrow’s little girl then wrote a Daddy-and-Me cookbook entitled My Father’s Daughter, and did so while hosting a website called Goop.com, where she subjects fans to her thoughts on everything from la fromagerie to post partum depression to how lucky her daughter Apple’s classmate is to have two mommies.

The woman is a virtual plethora of firsthand information, talent, experience, and insight. Had she only been born a couple of decades earlier, without a doubt Gwyneth Paltrow would have been the first to spin plates on The Ed Sullivan Show.

If it’s hot, Paltrow can be found it the thick of it, which must be why self-enamored Gwyneth decided that rather than opine on post-holiday detox menus, it was high time to enlighten the world by subjecting everyone to a full dose of her own brand of open-minded militant liberalism.

Beware! When liberal moral relativist Gwyneth Paltrow pontificates, she makes the über-opinionated Hanoi Jane “Sorry I didn’t sleep with Che Guevara” Fonda seem like an apolitical wallflower.

For instance, when it comes to sexuality, it’s not surprising that she’s a big fan of relaxed Biblical interpretations, thus Gwyneth Paltrow has a very “relaxed view on adultery.” Although married to a man she describes as “very nice,” Mrs. Martin effervesces when she says she “respects, admires and looks up to” role models who cheat, lie, sneak, and deceive.  Recently, Gwyneth shared her blasé philosophy on deceitfulness with less condemnation than she does when lecturing on the negative effects of sugar consumption.

Fancying herself a “great romantic,” Gwyneth Kate, the star of Two Lovers, said “I also think you can be a romantic and a realist.”  Maybe Gwyneth can add a section to Goop called “Romance,” where she can insert a subcategory wherein she outlines the dreamy aspects that accompany the realities associated with broken families, heartbreak, infidelity, rejection, and betrayal.

At least when it comes to homosexuality, Goop girl Gwyneth shies away from “judgment and separation,” and manages to also justify acceptance of adultery by saying, “Life is complicated and long and I know people that I respect and admire and look up to who have had extra-marital affairs.”

So, in response to life’s difficulties, people complicate matters even more by adding the noble qualities of disloyalty, anguish, brokenness, and crushing despair.  Moreover, life is long, and along life’s journey the chance to make matters worse arises every time an actress is in a movie like Sylvia and, for the sake of artistic expression, decides to get naked and roll around with a handsome actor like Daniel Craig.

Shocking? Before getting all apoplectic, let’s put Gwyneth Paltrow’s view on life in context by remembering that Mr. and Mrs. Martin, mother and father to little Apple, flew by helicopter into the Big Apple and voluntarily paid a couple’s fee of $71,600 to attend a Barack Obama fundraiser.

Barack Obama supporter Gwyneth believes: “It’s like we’re flawed. We’re human beings and sometimes you make choices that other people are going to judge,” and she was willing to pay almost $100,000 for a dinner at Harvey Weinstein’s place to prove it.

Judging a flawed, human, poor choice-making Obama is one thing.  However, not saying adultery is wrong appears to give non-judgmental Gwyneth a reason to judge those who frown upon extra-marital affairs.  Gwyneth believes that judging between right and wrong is wrong, and if a person does it, “That’s their problem.”  Gwyneth says, “I really think that the more I live my life the more I learn not to judge people for what they do.”

Granted, people make mistakes and we shouldn’t judge people, but the fruits of adultery are certainly judge worthy. And while forgiveness is admirable, condemnation of the hurtful choices that destroy lives is something Gwyneth should mention, especially if she considers herself an authority on everything from cooking to morals.

On second thought, rather than imposing her liberal worldview, Mrs. Gwyneth Martin, nee Paltrow, should stop trying to fill Jane Fonda’s orthopedic shoes by playing part time philosopher and simply stick to what she does best, which is to ‘act’ like she knows how much cilantro goes into Baja Style Shrimp Tacos.

Hollywood Hoping for Obama, The Sequel

Originally posted at BIG Hollywood

Barack Obama’s approval rating is presently a rousing 42%. That means the largest portion of the sane American public would love to see the first family pack up the Samsonite® and head back to the Winfrey City, famous for deep-dish pizza, Mayor Rahm, and the type of thuggish politics the head of the house is obviously comfortable with.

However, President Barack Obama’s latest fundraising report cites an “A-list of Hollywood stars, with donations from some of the top celebrities in the entertainment industry.” Apparently, left-coast liberals want to see to it that the best script reader since Martin Sheen has another shot at practicing lines on set while acting the part of President.

It’s not surprising that Hollywood is smitten with the “Yes We Can” man’s refusal to admit he can’t.  Those in the acting profession are impressed by amateurs like Barry Soetoro (stage name Barack Obama), who has proven to have a professional-level ability to make believe he’s something he is not. Heck, for a season, even Paul Giamatti was convinced he was John Adams.

What could be better for Hollywood than a President who swims around in a policy cesspool similar to the one they refuse to empty in Tinsel Town, overflowing with the squalid water of loose morals, abortion rights, angry feminists, racial indignation, class warfare and overall elitist hypocrisy?

By and large, actors, comedians and entertainers pride themselves on being pro-choice, pro-gay marriage, pro-free Mumbia, pro-promiscuity and pro-anything non-traditional. Hollywood is full of left-wingers whose “Hope [is to] Change” America into a nation where the likes of Bill Maher and Jane Fonda are symbols of empathy and truth.

The fact that big name stars contribute to Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection bid proves once again that ideological liberals lack intelligence and common sense.  Little do they know that if Obama gets another four years, it’s certain he’ll drive a stake through the heart of the nation that has bestowed fame and fortune on ignorant people who like to play pretend. It doesn’t take Will Hunting to figure out that people who can’t afford gas and groceries aren’t likely to drop $10 on a movie ticket to watch Julia Roberts fake-giggling while riding on the back of a moped driven by a middle-aged Tom Hanks in a leather jacket.

Yet, despite the inevitable looming catastrophe if Obama is reelected, according to the latest Federal Election Commission report the list of Who’s Who of Obama aficionados includes usual suspects such as Darfur defender George Clooney, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gump, and cancer survivor Michael Douglas – a man who would have already succumbed to throat cancer had Obamacare already kicked in.

Campaign contributors also include Schindler’s List director Steven Spielberg and wife Kate Capshaw. The Spielbergs, despite their supposed brilliance,  fail to realize they’re supporting a president whose feelings for Israel are at best questionable and whose lack of action could result in the need for another list if an unrestrained Iran eventually has its way.

Another contradictory campaign contributor is newly discovered country singer and proud part-time Londoner, the multifaceted Mrs. Chris ‘Coldplay’ Martin, Gwyneth Paltrow.  Gwyneth likes living in England better than the US, which may be why she decided to punish the colonies by contributing to Obama’s “We Bent the Air Hose in 2008 – Let’s Pull the Plug in 2012” campaign.

Also in the mix is political scene newcomer Jennifer Garner, wife to one of JLo’s many former fiancés, Ben Affleck. When not speaking before Congress on behalf of Save the Children, Garner supports the reelection of a radically pro-choice threat to the lives of millions of unborn children who, thanks to Barack Obama, truly need saving.

Other Obama star contributors include: Monk star Tony Shalhoub, the man who made OCD a respectable disorder; Glee’s glib lesbian gym teacher Jane Lynch; 24’s president Dennis Haysbert, a man who knows firsthand how to pretend to be a president; and sci-fi star (which explains a lot) Scott Bakula.  The eclectic group joins cantankerous political wannabe (who should also be in the sci-fi category), 30 Rock actor/über-liberal aspiring NYC mayor Alec Baldwin, who prides himself on being diversified in every area except liberalism.

The July quarterly report for the President’s reelection campaign touts $47 million in donations, while the Democratic National Committee raised $38 million through Obama’s joint committee. According to Barack Obama’s campaign, about 40% of the President’s record-breaking take came from “big-money bundlers” and top Hollywood heavy hitters like Rahm’s sibling Ari Emanuel and Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg.

Obama continues to practice governing the nation with the finesse of a jackhammer operator doing a kidney transplant. Yet, never once have Fruit of the Loom grape man Wayne Wilderson or Brenda Strong of “Desperate Housewives,” colleague of esteemed “brainstorming” border security advisor Eva Longoria, questioned the craven cynicism of demonizing the rich while stuffing Hollywood capital into his campaign coffers.

Seems that even after chastising Americans for failing to “share the wealth,” a selectively philanthropic Barack Obama is more than willing to accept the “additional income” of well-to-do Hollywood supporters, if doing so finances his glitzy billion-dollar bid for reelection that should be coined: Take two.

So once again, America is witnessing the unbridled ignorance of affluent individuals who choose to support a President who decries prosperity but has little trouble siphoning off the wealth of a community too clueless to understand who they’re really supporting and too committed to liberal ideology to really care.

Hanoi Jane and Jared

Originally posted at American Thinker

Fresh off promoting her Fit and Strong exercise video, without even one iota of evidence, Jane Fonda took to Twitter to blame the tragic shooting of Arizona Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and the cold-blooded murder of six innocent individuals, including a nine-year-old girl, on Sarah Palin, Glenn Beck, and the Tea Party.

Jane is more focused on condemning uninvolved conservatives than she is on the maniacal murderer who slaughtered half a dozen people in cold blood in a parking lot.  Given the fact that the shooter is an alleged flag-burning mental case, one would think that with her treasonous history, Jane Fonda would applaud Jared Lee Loughner’s America-hating extracurricular activities.

Granted, Jane Fonda has never exhibited an exceptional intellect.  The woman was photographed sitting on an anti-aircraft gun yukking it up with Communist North Vietnamese soldiers with a pot on her head wearing a Vietnamese-made ao-dai pantaloon/wedding dress.  So the idea of Fonda shooting off her mouth without the benefit of verifiable facts, let alone thinking through the hypocrisy of her statements, is not surprising.

Couple Fonda’s inappropriate placing of blame with the liberal media endlessly expressing outrage over the loss of life in Arizona while continuing to shill for abortion rights, and you have another prime example of the politicization of misfortune.

What CNN and Jane Fonda have failed to mention is that, à la Bill Ayers, an obviously disturbed Jared desecrated an American flag on YouTube and cited his favorite reading material as Hitler’s manifesto on the control of government, industry, and health care, Mein Kampf, and Karl Marx’s collectivism handbook,The Communist Manifesto.  Caitlin Parker, Jared’s high school friend, claims that the Tucson shooter leans left.  If that’s true, then the deaths of six are certainly a drop in the bucket when compared to the millions of deaths advocated for since the inception of Roe v. Wade by others who lean left.

Even Jane Fonda now admits that her decision to “encourage” North Vietnamese troops was a “betrayal.”  Suddenly, a woman whose behavior contributed to the deaths of American soldiers is expressing public indignation over the injustice of premature death.  Thus, there is no more qualified a representative than Jane Fonda to stand for liberal absurdity.  Jane epitomizes the hypocrisy of the left, because a left-winger expressing shock over loss of innocent life is like Osama bin Laden voicing opposition to terrorism, or Hanoi Jane herself mourning at a military funeral.

Few would argue that Jared Loughner isn’t disturbed.  However, the reaction is more about hypocrisy and liberal exploitation of tragedy than psychotic injury inflicted by a sick man.  Shamelessly, the day after Blue Dog Democrat Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was shot through the brain, Jane Fonda blamed Sarah Palin, tweeting, “Progressive Arizona Rep Gabrielle Giffords is shot. In her ads, Sarah Palin had her targeted in a gun site [sic]. Inciting to violence.”

Fonda, devoid of proof, blamed Palin, Beck, and the Tea Party for a crime that is just another in a long list of examples of what befalls a culture that devalues life.  Discussing the anti-Vietnam War “Winter Soldier” hearings, staged with John Kerry in 1971, Jane might as well have been describing Loughner when apologizing for the American military, saying, “When you put young people into an atrocity-producing situation where enemy and civilian are commingled, where the ‘other side’ is dehumanized, we cannot be surprised.”

Rather than condemnation, pro-choice Fonda, who has personally contributed to the dehumanization of life, should extend thoughtful consideration as to how “commingling enemies and civilians” at a Tucson Safeway political rally could easily result in the loss of life when a deranged madman is added to the mix.  Instead, culpable parties like Jane Fonda look for someone else to blame and tweet hypocritical blather to suppress their own consciences with statements like “@glenbeck guilty too. Shame. It must stop!”

The aged activist ended the flurry of condemning tweets by saying, “@SarahPalin USA holds responsibility. As does the violence-provoking rhetoric of the Tea Party.”

Actress Jane Fonda has dedicated a large portion of her adult life to defining a human being as someone who has the choice to kill another human being, and now she has the nerve to blame pro-life Tea Party activists Sarah Palin and Glenn Beck for violence in Arizona?  It is not surprising that Fonda continues to do what liberals do — stir dissension in the name of peace while refusing to acknowledge her own contribution to the societal sickness that threatens all our lives, from abortion clinics to impending death panels.

Apparently, Fonda is so busy blaming conservatives she forgets that celebrity has the power to prod toward bloodshed.  In fact, in 2008, as prestigious keynote speaker Fonda visited the state of Arizona to address a Planned Parenthood Annual Founder’s Celebration.  While there, anti-violence peacenik Fonda spoke on behalf of an organization responsible for the unfettered massacre of thousands of unborn children.

Sorry, Jane — your indignation over the deaths of six people, although noble, seems a tad insincere, especially given your speech in Arizona two years ago, where you proudly supported the Arizona/2008 extermination of 10,296 nameless, faceless human beings.

There is no denying that the heartbreak in Tucson calls for a sobering acknowledgment that America’s culture of death has saturated our society and, even in the most innocuous of situations, threatens all our lives.  Even so, the last people who possess the credibility to lecture or blame anyone for cruelty or carnage are liberals, like Jane Fonda, who denounce the appalling death and injury of a small group of victims murdered by a madman after spending the last 38 years heartily applauding the slaughter of 1.3 million helpless babies a year.

Geritol Jane and the Sexagenarians

Originally posted at American Thinker blog

Mumia Abu-Jamal supporter Susan Sarandon, Hanoi Jane and Sigourney Weaver, mother to an endoparasitoid extraterrestrial baby, are featured in an upcoming controversial V Magazine issue entitled “Who Cares about Age.” To be honest, even for a Granny, liberal women with Percelona-resistant age spots vamping it up in a glossy magazine is an extremely disturbing assault on the senses.

V Magazine mistakenly refers to the three pinko-leaning ladies as “golden girls.” The magazine takes the word sexagenarian literally because as far as V is concerned, being the female version of an old codger does not relegate an old lady to the granny-panties section of the lingerie department.

In fact, at V Magazine it’s even sexier to be an aging anti-American loud mouth.  Featured in the antediluvian issue is one well-known traitor, a supporter of Revolutionary Communist Party-led groups, and a third woman admittedly “incensed by Sarah Palin.”

V views its publication in the following way: “A place where uptown meets downtown, celebrities mingle with total unknowns, high art converses with underground culture. Chic, wacky, fun, fabulous…in a letter: V.”

Someone should inform the glistening magazine that no amount of makeup, laminates, hair dye or hype erases the fact that the women featured in the aging-radical issue are anything but seductive.

Jane Fonda aka Hanoi Jane is airbrushed and coated with a full layer of putty. The woman who gleefully posed laughing it up with the North Vietnamese Army, steel pot on her head, sitting in the seat of an anti-aircraft gun, at 72 has outgrown sexagenarian status and is now officially a septuagenarian.

Photographed “draping her famous body over a table,” Jane’s derriere is in the air, wrapped in a skintight leopard jump suit.  Ms. Fonda is being labeled a “pin up,” which applies because recently Jane admitted to having some saggy skin pinned up behind her ears.

Then there is Susan Sarandon, the woman who supports cop killer/Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal, sentenced to death for murdering Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner at a routine traffic stop. No amount of 17th century dark tress wiggery, bare shoulders and smoky eye shadow can mask the sinister side of a pro-choice, pro-gay/lesbian/transgender lifestyle, radical left-winger.

The last living legend featured in the V issue is Avatar/Alien Sigourney Weaver.  Weaver is a fish-loving liberal.  The aquatically inclined Sigourney recently lamented, “I am worried about our fish in the ocean. I love fish. I try not to eat it now because I’m so worried that the populations are being decimated.”

Oddly angular and hair-free in a baseball cap, Ms. Weaver, as well as Susie and Jane are photographed in wrinkle-friendly black and white. Famous for playing chimp lover Dian Fossey, Sigourney is also renowned for emphatically insisting there is nothing salmon fisherman Sarah Palin does, other than wear a skirt, that represents “feminist icons“/Obama Clean Air and Water Act supporters like Sigourney Weaver.

In addition to posing for pictures, post-menopausal feminist-free bird activists/radical enemies of the United States in combat boots have suddenly turned to giving beauty advice to nursing home residents. Sarandon is “very happy to be 64,” doesn’t “want to be 20” and is “much more comfortable” in loose-fitting skin.  Slathered in skin tightening cream, wearing a wig to hide gray thinning hair, Susan, shot through a lens smeared with three layers of Vaseline, insists “Life is too short to be constantly worrying about looks.”

Sigourney, “Remembering herself as the child… bullied at school for being what she describes as ‘a too-tall beanpole,'” said the following: “I yearned to be the pretty one.”  At 61, Weaver has transformed from a rangy recluse into a moth-eaten self-assured sage, saying “If you’re upset with how you look at 25, life’s going to be tough.”

Fonda claims that “being older has made her a much happier and relaxed person.” In fact, sprawling across a table at 72 is not for relaxation, from exhaustion, or a public service message to remind seniors to get an annual sigmoidoscopy, but to prove to the world that being eight-years-shy-of-eighty does not mean a Grandma can’t be a crusty centerfold too.

Jane maintains that senescent “people tend to have less hostility, they have less negative emotions. They tend to see things from both sides.” Being seen from both sides is exactly the reason Geritol Jane made friends with the Viet Cong in her twenties and abused an unsuspecting table in her seventies.

Acting as spokeswoman for the three unsexy seniors, Jane Fonda said “I love being productive. I’m never bored. I’m always coming up with new things… I always want to exteriorize what’s going on inside of me.” Desire to exteriorize may have contributed to the sudden bout of age onset dementia that Susan, Jane and Sigourney simultaneously experienced, causing three ripened actresses to agree to dress up for V Magazine on Thanksgiving, convinced the whole time it was still Halloween.

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