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A Few of Nancy Pelosi’s ‘Tahitian Pearls’ of Wisdom


Originally  posted at The Blacksphere

Could it be that Nancy Pelosi’s $20,000 Tahitian pearls were too tight? Either that, or the House Minority Leader had her oxygen cut off by the ponytail of surgeon-stretched skin that she hides under her coif constricting the blood flow to her brain.

Clearly, since being demoted the San Francisco Grandma must miss swinging around her huge gavel. Therefore, every time she opens her yapper she exploits the opportunity and proceeds to smack America over the head with a sledgehammer of stupidity.

Still, whenever the former Speaker bares her dentures, one does learn a lot.  This time while pitching bills that would keep a bankrupt government in the job of subsidizing student loans and federal support for jobs, what Nancy had to say certainly proved that when it comes to intellect, Mrs. Pelosi is what’s in need of a subsidy.

On her latest foray into farcicality, Ms. Nancy said this:  “To some of us the role of government is about doing things for the American people to help them reach fulfillment.”  Reach fulfillment?

Nancy saying stupid stuff is not news to anyone who’s ever heard her speak. Remember when Nancy spoke at the Asian American and Pacific Islanders Summit on Capitol Hill in 2010?  That was when the former Speaker informed the ethnically Asian group that she viewed Obamacare as an “entrepreneurial bill.”

Pelosi said the ‘Unaffordable We Don’t Care Act’ was:

…a bill that says to someone, if you want to be creative and be a musician or whatever, you can leave your work, focus on your talent, your skill, your passion, your aspirations because you will have health care.

In other words, go strum your guitar, join a dance troupe, and spend a couple of years learning to juggle, because the government will cover your sorry ass.

And Ms. Pelosi didn’t stop with her “fulfillment” comments either. She also complained that while Democrats push for more spending to create jobs, Republicans are seeking restrict abortions beyond 20 weeks.


Restricting late-term abortion must really bother Nancy, because mentioning it in the same breath as job creation reveals that in her quest for “fulfillment’ she’s really just making sure fiends like Leroy Carhart and James Scott Prendergraft have plenty of work.

Devout Catholic mantilla-wearing, Holy Communion-receiving abortion advocate Nancy Pelosi also pointed out that asking questions about late-term abortion indicated that the reporter doing the asking had an “agenda” and was “savoring” asking a question about a subject Mrs. Pelosi considers “sacred ground.”

Nancy explained it this way: “For [the Republicans] to decide to disrespect a judgment a woman makes about her reproductive health is reprehensible.”

In other words, in Grandma Nancy’s world, slaughtering unborn babies right up until they’re actually exiting the womb is what she defines as “judgment…about reproductive health.”  But then again, this is the same woman who defined Obamacare as “entrepreneurial” and bankrupting the American economy as “fulfillment.”

So there you have it. Democrats let Nancy Pelosi out of her pen to promote government spending and what Americans got was a double dose of geriatric dementia.

To sum up, Nancy Pelosi advocated for government taking and spending taxpayers’ hard-earned money on frivolities she defines as “fulfillment” and defined late-term abortion as “sacred ground.”

The Butcher of Germantown Strikes Again


Originally posted at Live Action News

When Nancy Pelosi talks about Republicans wanting “women to die on the floor” for lack of reproductive services, she never mentions recently deceased women like Jennifer McKenna-Morbelli. Jennifer was a 29-year-old woman who, together with her 33-week-old in-utero daughter Madison Leigh, according to their obituary, “passed away suddenly” on February 7.

The truth is that Jennifer and Madison Leigh died as a result of a late-term abortion at the hands of a renowned Germantown, Maryland executioner named LeRoy Carhart.

Jennifer was married to her “college sweetheart,” TJ Morbelli, and worked as a substitute kindergarten teacher at Church Street Elementary School in White Plains, New York. A few weeks prior to her death, Jennifer was informed that the “wanted” child whose birth she was anticipating suffered from a fetal anomaly that caused seizures. In other words, unlike the picture-perfect children Jennifer taught every day at school, the little girl she carried in her womb was flawed.

So, rather than raise a child who didn’t fulfill the dream of what Jennifer had imagined her baby would be, she, her husband, her parents, and her sister decided to drive to Maryland and pay a visit to Germantown Reproductive Health Services so that a Maryland butcher otherwise known as Dr. LeRoy Carhart could relieve the McKenna-Morbellis of a defective inconvenience named Madison.

The entourage arrived at Dr. Carhart’s clinic on Sunday, February 3. After signing in, filling out papers, and leaving her anxious family in the waiting room, Jennifer allowed a lethal injection to be shot through her belly into the heart of the unborn baby she had registered at Jennifer Morbelli & TJ Morbelli’s Baby Registry.

For the record, a late-term abortion is done in stages, so Jennifer and her family returned on Monday to begin the second phase of dilating the young woman’s cervix. The plan was that with the help of hormones, she’d expel the dead baby from her womb by Wednesday. Visibly weakened, Jennifer returned again on Tuesday. Then, on Wednesday – delivery day – a lethargic and ashen Jennifer returned to the clinic to deliver Madison Leigh. It took nine hours to rid her body of the lifeless baby.

By Thursday, Jennifer was experiencing chest pains. The family tried repeatedly to reach “circuit abortionist” Dr. Carhart, who was unavailable probably because he was off terminating babies in another state. Jennifer’s condition deteriorated so much that at 5:00 am, her mother and father, husband TJ, and sister Kristin chauffeured her again, only this time it was to Shady Grove Adventist Hospital in Rockville, Maryland.

As Jennifer’s life was slipping away, LeRoy Carhart was called but was unavailable to provide “informational assistance” to medical personnel. According to Bruce Goldfarb, a spokesman for the Montgomery County Medical Examiner’s Office, “Jennifer Morbelli … bled to death after amniotic fluid in her womb spilled into her bloodstream,” making it impossible for her blood to clot. Jennifer coded six times before dying. Carhart did eventually check in by phone, but he failed to make it to the hospital before Jennifer died.

At 9:30 am, three and a half hours after arriving at the emergency room, someone had to inform Jennifer’s “adoring parents” Lisa and Kevin that the beautiful daughter they drove to the abortion clinic would be leaving in a hearse.

Jennifer’s death was the result of a ruptured uterus and “massive internal bleeding into her abdominal cavity.” Madison Leigh expired from a lethal injection through the heart. In Jennifer’s memory, her family wrote a telling obituary, which read in part: “Jennifer McKenna-Morbelli of New Rochelle, passed away suddenly on Thursday February 7, 2013 at age 29 with her baby girl Madison Leigh.”

It took the death of a daughter, sister, and wife to get a grieving family to finally acknowledge as human the damaged baby they were willing to dump into a red biohazard bag in Germantown, Maryland the week before.

After a wake at Coxe and Graziano Funeral Home, Jennifer was honored in a Catholic Mass at the Holy Name of Jesus Church. Then, the mother and the baby girl were laid to rest together in a grave at Greenwood Union Cemetery in Rye, New York. In lieu of flowers, the family requested that contributions be made to the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in memory of those lost.

For years to come, memories of Jennifer McKenna-Morbelli will be evoked, but not for her smile or “living every day to the fullest.” Instead, young Jennifer will be remembered as yet another woman who died at the hands of late-term abortionist Dr. LeRoy Carhart – a woman who lost her own life as a result of subjecting her unborn daughter to a brutal death for the sin of being imperfect.

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