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Garroting Throats and Hailing Satan

proabort22-e1373304985649-300x183Originally posted at The Blacksphere

Recently pro-choice “keep your laws off my body” protestors in Texas were serious about aborting the unborn.

So much so that putting their hands, in a violent way, on anyone who tried to put laws on their bodies was apparently considered a justifiable form of hand-to-hand combat.

Supporters of Texas state senator Wendy R. Davis, the woman Barack Obama praised for her filibuster of a vote on abortion legislation that aimed to save the lives of fetuses over the gestational age of 20 weeks, threatened Texas representatives, including pro-life Jonathan Stickland and his staff.

The protestors vowed that if the right to destroy babies, agonizing death or not, over the age of 20 weeks was not upheld (btw, it was not), normally peace-loving pro-abortion types would respond with their usual measure of tolerance by seeking out and garroting pro-life throats.

Lest we forget, many abortion advocates are of the Mini Cooper-driving/Coexist/PETA ilk, unless of course the right to scald, slice, or suction the unborn to death meets with opposition.  Then all bets are off.  If conflict arises, the pick-a-daisy-for-peace/Patchouli incense-burning crowd turns into ‘face pummeling‘ barbarians who openly express heartfelt wishes for innocent women to be raped.

Plus, judging from what went on in Austin, Texas last week, in lieu of a live appearance from Moloch, it appeared that pro-choice advocates were of the mind to take to the streets to exercise their First Amendment right to free speech and religion by drowning out prayers being offered for the preservation of life with chants of “Hail Satan!”

“Hail Satan” or not, in response to that and other unseemly threats, while the proceedings were taking place members of Stickland’s staff were convinced it would be wise to take the necessary measures to ensure personal safety by carrying licensed, concealed handguns.

Wait, what?  Handguns? Conceal and carry?

What if the president who tweeted that he ‘stood with Wendy’ for her brave stance on behalf of slaughtering the unborn were to find out about the guns?  Isn’t he the guy fully dedicated to the safety of all children?  What if toddlers holding up signs saying things like “If I wanted the government in my womb, I’d f— a senator” were accidentally shot by pro-lifers protecting themselves from the minions of hell manifested on the steps of the Texas State Capitol?

Either way, thus far, Barack Obama has been known to personally congratulate friends on their multifaceted love-related accomplishments by phoning up people like sexually promiscuous contraceptive-demander Sandra Fluke, out-of-the-closet NBA dribbler Jason Collins, and geriatric lesbian same-sex marriage activist Edie Windsor.

For those he considers friends, correction is never offered, by telephone or otherwise.

Therefore, although he is usually concerned, first and foremost, about the safety of innocent Americans, for some reason Barack Obama has not felt moved to dial up the rowdy individuals demanding the right to kill babies. Nor has he requested that in the future they represent his radical pro-choice policy stances by comporting themselves as living examples of love, kindness and mutual respect.

And about that shocking invocation of Satan being shouted out by rabid pro-choice activists? Well, we already know that the former community organizer’s favorite author, Saul Alinsky, dedicated Obama’s favorite tome Rules for Radicals to the same entity that the women hailing Satan were giving public honors.

Based on the Alinsky precedence, there’s really no reason for the president to admonish crowds of enthusiastic abortion supporters for participating in what anyone other than him would consider inappropriate prayer and supplication.

Most importantly, because the president has never been shy about inserting himself into state-level politics (think Arizona immigration law), or local news for that matter (think Henry Louis Gates Jr.), the only conclusion one can come to is that Barack Obama is expressing his opinion on Texas’s SB5 with his silence.

Thus, by saying nothing, Obama sent a message that he is of like mind with the grace-confronting group who forced cherubic toddlers to hold up crudely drawn pictures of wire hangers.

Suffice it to say that it’s likely Barack Obama agrees that, henceforth and in perpetuity, whenever the right to execute the innocent is obstructed it would be perfectly acceptable to abandon the peacetime tactic of quietly slaughtering 3,000 babies a day and take up arms against those who want to stop the shedding of innocent blood.

Michelle Obama, ‘Queen of Park Avenue’

310x229_priscilla_queen_of_desertOriginally posted at ClashDaily

At the end of May, right before Michelle Obama will likely head off to Ireland for her pre-vacation vacation, the Democratic National Committee is holding the LGBT Leadership Council 2013 gala on Park Avenue in New York City. Bravo TV network executive, the man behind The Real Housewives, former go-go dancer, and author of the memoir Most Talkative: Stories from the Front Lines of Pop Culture, Andy Cohen, will host the fundraiser.

Not only will Andy be among a few thousand of his closest friends, he’ll also get to introduce the realest housewife of Washington DC and headliner for the event, part-time “single mom” and full-time first lady, Michelle Obama.

In order to reach out to the full spectrum of all the colors of the rainbow that will be represented at the affair, Michelle should either wrap herself in the gay pride flag or pull out a Priscilla, Queen of the Desert outfit she probably has stashed somewhere in the closet, oops … in her section of her husband’s wardrobe. At least with the boys, Michelle coming to the celebration dressed as the “Queen of Park Avenue” would be a real hit.

Many of the New York Observer’s “NYC’s Top 50 Power Gays” will likely attend. The glittering evening is bound to feature one-percenters from every corner of the LGBT community: artists, playwrights, journalists, stage and screen actors, politicians, lawyers, and famous fashion designers.

Therefore, Michelle should just forget the Priscilla outfit and wear something by “power gay” designers Michael Kors or Marc Jacobs.

But regardless of what Mrs. Obama decides to wear, make no mistake about it – this is a big-ticket event. Very few, if any, LGBT couples and singles from the 99 percent will be seated in the ballroom at 583 Park Avenue.

For $32,000 a “power gay” couple will be recognized as LGBT co-chairs; they will sit in the preferred viewing section and get to have a picture taken with Michelle Obama which, to be fair, unless she has something she’d like to share, is really a LGBTH (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Heterosexual) photo.

For $15,000 per couple, you get the same package except you’re downgraded from a co-chair to a host. For $7,500 per couple, there is no distinguished acknowledgment, just a cheesy photo with the headliner.

A silly question: if a transgender is in the process of transitioning from one gender to the other, is she/he or he/she considered a couple? That’s important, because for a measly $2,500 you get one dinner seat (Sorry – no sharing) in the preferred viewing section, no photo with Michelle, and zero recognition. The same is true for $1,250, which puts you in the general viewing section and basically just buys you dinner.

As if the evening could get any more spectacular, appearing with the first lady will be special guest and newcomer to the coming-out scene, NBA basketball star Jason Collins. Jason was formerly known only for dribbling, albeit poorly, on the hardwood; now he’s moved up and become a gay pioneer in the professional sports community. Adding to those credentials is the prestige that comes with joining the likes of Sandra Fluke, who is also the proud recipient of a personal telephone call from “couldn’t be prouder” free contraceptive/gay-pride supporter Barack Obama.

Anyway, it sure seems like those Obamas really want to mix it up. While Barack was out bestowing God’s blessing on Planned Parenthood and putting his stamp of approval on giving abortifacients to 15-year-olds, the first lady is preparing to grace the gathering of the one community on the planet that doesn’t need birth control.

The She-Pope of Carnegie Mellon

female-popeOriginally posted at American Thinker

The war against the Catholic Church’s teachings on sexuality has a new heroine. Move over, Sandra Fluke.

In the run-up to the 2012 election, the Georgetown Law School grad Fluke brought honor to the Democratic Party by exposing an archaic patriarchal religious institution and highlighting the need for unlimited free birth control for every college girl in America.  In liberal circles there were none braver or more committed to the contraceptive cause than Sandra Kay Fluke. In the eyes of many Democrats, this was a woman one votive shy of being officially canonized as the patron saint of free birth control.

For a time Sandra Fluke remained the titular head of the contraceptive crusade.  That was until the Carnegie Mellon University art parade, where a nameless woman silently conveyed a message about condoms, Catholics, and freedom of creative expression in a way that far over-shadowed even the best efforts of Sandra Fluke.

Surely with Sandra’s heroism as her foundational inspiration, this particular female student decided to further drive home the free birth control/anti-papist message by exposing the lower half of her body, complete with her pubic topiary fashioned into the shape of a crucifix.  Dressed like the Holy Father from the waist up, the faux pope took her message to the art parade where she passed out condoms like a priest distributing communion wafers.

While some were shocked by the sacrilegious demonstration, one student by the name of Ivy Kristove told Pittsburgh NewsRadio 1020 KDKA that the naked pope with the exposed crucifix was “all in good fun and… not meant to harm anyone.” Bishop David Zubik of the Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh begged to differ, and was just as insulted by the pornographic pope impersonator as Sandra Fluke was when Rush Limbaugh called her a “slut” for demanding free contraceptives.  Zubik demanded the university take action.  Thus far, there’s been none forthcoming.

Considering the din surrounding the half-nude Carnegie Mellon condom dispenser, this particular situation does cry out for Barack Obama to inject his support into the midst of the controversy.

In early 2012, the president apologized to Afghanistan for American military personnel allegedly disrespecting the Quran. It does seem highly unlikely that Barack H. Obama would be the least bit perturbed over a half-naked female activist disrespecting a church his policies make a habit of regularly disparaging. Quite the contrary — if he is consistent, Obama respects this woman’s zealous commitment and willingness to air out the issue of how the Catholic Church is determined to deny women free birth control and abortion on demand.

Either way, putting religious sensibilities aside, it is true that from time to time President Obama has been known to register his approval for certain issues by choosing to telephone those who make public statements about the things he exhibits religious fervor over, such as free birth control, abortion and, more recently, homosexuality in the NBA.

Remember when the President called Sandra Fluke to offer encouragement and comfort and to thank her for “speaking out about the concerns of American women,” and to tell her that her parents should be proud of her for announcing to the world that $3,000 a year in birth control was breaking her bank?

More recently, Obama even phoned groundbreaking gay NBA player Jason Collins, the first professional athlete to officially pull a tutu out of his footlocker.  The president wanted to commend Jason for his fearlessness in coming out and to tell him how impressed he was by the ball player’s willingness to bring his homosexuality to light out there on the hardwood.

Thus far, Barack Obama has not yet taken the time to dial up the she-pope of Carnegie Mellon.  Clearly, if the art parade participant refuses to cover up that crucifix of hers, a la Obama’s request at Sandra Fluke’s alma mater, it’s doubtful the president will want to meet her face-to-face.  But the two women had similar messages.  Just dressing in a respectable business suit should not be the reason Obama prefers Ms. Fluke over the pope-ish lady passing out prophylactics in Pittsburgh.  Instead, the president should maintain his reputation of being a supporter of free contraception by calling the she-pope as well.

Ideologically, nothing stands in the way of President Obama rallying female voters by reaching out to the Carnegie Mellon pope to thank her for her remarkable bravery.  While he’s got her on the telephone, he could also commend her for her eagerness to mock the Catholic Church, her creative skill with secateurs, and for choosing to carry low, but not too low, the free birth control/anti-pope torch on behalf of his pal, the sainted pioneer Sandra Fluke.

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