Friday, January 2, 2009
Well, Christmas is over, time to get back to reality, no more Mr Nice Guy, no more spreading of "Good Cheer" Time to call it and say it like it is!
There's a guy that writes a blog down the block called "Stranded in Civilization" although I can't find anything anything Civilized about this blog or the blogger that calls himself "Z-man"
He constantly writes about Abortion, Porn, and other controversial subjects like these. However, this this hypocritical blogger seems to get frustrated and uptight and as SNOTTY as he can with people who answer him with an opposing view point. He not only deletes your comments or I should say MY comments as well as many others as fast as the day is long but he advocates other bloggers to do the same. Like he took the Hippocratic Oath of opinionated bloggers.
Hypocrisy simply means to present yourself as honest, upright and moral to the degree that you are willing to put others down and critique them for not having the same values ... when in fact you are no where near what you pretend to be... you are in fact doing what you have reprimanded others for. I hope that was clear.
To get back to this arrogant individual who is involved in hypocrisy he recently wrote a blog on abortion, he happens to be pro life and that's fine I have NO problem with anyone's opinions, but when he opens up a discussion and several people have an opposing view as in this case, he gets all up-tight and deletes away at everyone's well and thought out comments, some of which were very long and very well written.
Then tells his readers that he don't want ANY one bringing up the abortion subject anymore. One day later in a new blog that has absolutely NOTHING to do with abortion, he himself brings it up in his own comment.
Does the word JACKASS fit in here? You betcha.
He brings along with him a selfrightous Soapbox Kid that uses words that he himself don't even know the meaning of as well as a little girl who thinks shes a women but don't know the difference.
Nothing warms the cockles of my heart like seeing a true hypocrite get his comeuppance.
It seems that with every comment I have ever made on this blog, it get followed up with a blog about me...I guess that's his attempt at trolling.
This moring it wasn't only me that got pissed at this strange behavious, but a few others as well. I'm glad someone else agree's with me.
Like I care that he's a a lame? But the bloggers who go to other blogs attempting to correct someones policy then refer readers to their own blog, if someone wants to bitch about your point of view they can do it without me..
Shut the hell up.
Thursday, December 25, 2008
In America, if you want an abortion, and you can afford the cash for it, you are allowed to do so. It is NOT against the law!
If, on the other hand, you believe abortion to be wrong, and do not wish to have one, or have one you love have one and can convince her not to do so, then you are free not to do so.
It isn't murder, because there are no human victims. It isn't genocide.
Obviously, there are different beliefs about when life begins, based on different faiths and doctrines. The Bible defines life as beginning at "breath." (Strangely, Christian fundamentalists who want to outlaw abortion are ignoring the Bible on this point.) The Roman Catholic Church officially says it is at conception. Some Protestants believe it is at viability. Judaic teachings place it at birth.
But there can only be one legal definition of the beginning of life (pertaining to a given set of circumstances). So some people's faith is always bound to differ from the legal definition. It is important, therefore, that the legal definition respect and accommodate a range of beliefs.
That doesn't mean everyone is going to agree about other people's actions. But it allows each individual to act according to her own conscience, within the scope where we reasonably differ. After all, which is of overriding moral importance: agreeing with another's actions or living one's own life according to one's conscience?
The Supreme Court defined the beginning of life as first breath. This definition respects and accommodates individual convictions and faith. It allows a strict Catholic, for example, to choose not to elect abortion. It accommodates both those who regard the embryo as inviolable and those who reserve the option of abortion.Once again, I would ask this question, and I do wish I could get an answer to it - if you thought the Republican and Conservative politicians cared about abortion, why in the world did they not do something to end it over the course of the many years they had a working majority in our Congress?
Before the Supreme Court legalized abortion in 1973, an estimated 1.2 million women obtained illegal abortions annually.
And women died from unsafe, illegal abortions. Women bled to death. Women died from unsterilized conditions, died of massive infections. Women died and women were maimed. Each year, thousands of wives and daughters, mothers and aunts, perished from botched illegal abortions.
This is another area where pro-choice is truly pro-life: pro-woman's life. Pro-choicers ardently care about this tragic and needless loss of women's lives.Anti-choicers ought not fool themselves into thinking that they will "convert" people to their view.
Monday, December 22, 2008
Has Caroline Kennedy ever run a business? No. Has she ever run for office? No. Has she confronted corruption in her own party? No Has she ever had to worry about keeping to a budget or confronting any of the challenges middle class Americans face? Heavens, no. If crawling around the Oval Office on your hands and knees and playing underneath the President’s desk qualifies you for the Senate — let’s appoint Monica Lewinsky as the next Senator from New York.
No, her sole qualification is her blood-connection to America’s elite political aristocracy. 232 years after the Declaration of Independence, we’re back to this: government by royalty.
Caroline Kennedy had lunch with Al Sharpton at Sylvia’s in Harlem yesterday. What better evidence that she is “of the people” do you bigots need?
Another one of Ms. Kennedy’s “qualifications” is she is a busy Mom…so of course she didn’t have time to vote….you are only “disqualified” to be Vice President or President if you are a busy Mom with five children, one of whom is a special needs child, held elected office, run a business with her husband, are conservative, pro life, have common sense values and wait are named Sarah Palin.
She’s a Kennedy, and that is all that matters
Defending a woman's right to choose is not always popular, but I do believe that it's the right way to go.
I am pro-choice because “pro-life” policy treats women as nothing more than the property of the state and the old men who run it.
Saturday, December 20, 2008
A coin-collecting expert says the gold-dipped, painted coins are nothing more than a trinket, and the U.S. Mint -- the only official purveyor of U.S. currency -- says buyer beware.
"They are worth the face value of the coin. If the coin says 25 cents, it's worth a quarter," says Scott Travers, author of the Coin Collector's Survival Manual and a New York City coin dealer.
The U.S. Mint last month issued a warning that the heavily advertised commemorative coins -- produced by several private companies in various designs -- are not official U.S. Treasury products.
My feeling is that it's a phony BS rip off, just as he is!
Before we know it, his picture will be on our 3 dollar bills
Sunday, December 14, 2008
From a legal perspective it IS NOT a human life until birth! That's why its legal, thankfully!! I am so glad we had smart judges in the Supreme Court at the time who didn't get blinded by their beliefs but applied the law as it should have been. Abortion will always be legal because it's a LEGAL issue not moral, ethical or religious, those are reserved for each particular person to use as their OWN compass in making decisions. Please I don't need your compass in order to make a decision I can make up my own mind. Most people know what is right for them you pro-lifers do not have the right to infringe on the free will of others.
So if you people that insist on infringing your beliefs on others, why don't you guys pool your money together and build a home to house all of these unwanted babies? NO of course not the State has to deal with them or maybe they can go stay with some abusive foster parents don't that sound like a wonderful life. I don't know what all the controversy is about, it's so simple. IT"S NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS WHAT A STRANGER DOES WITH THEIR LIFE!
I do not wish to rid the world of religion, not at all!!! In fact, just the opposite. My whole point is that people should live and let live. You have your strong beliefs and that is great for you but it's not what I believe. However I do not push my beliefs and opinions on people. I am pro-choice yes but I do not try and convert anybody to my belief as you people do nor do I try to get laws changed in order for people to be forced to live by my moral code as you people do. I could care less what people believe and how they live their life as long as it doesn't directly affect me. Some stranger getting an abortion does not affect me in the least and they have a constitutional right to free choice. So my question is this! You have your beliefs which dictates how you live your life and a part of that is your stance on abortion. You disagree with it because of your belief and thats fine and dandy. But WHY should the rest of the FREE world have live by your moral code? Because you believe abortion is wrong in your eyes doesn't mean it is! And to answer your question the fact that our first laws were based on religion makes me sick and I am glad that our forefathers realized that there needed to be a separation of the two. In my opinion the country being run by BELIEVERS who cannot separate the two would be hell on earth. Laws are in place to make sure that the people have the right to freedom of choice and that our person, property and liberty are protected. Your beliefs should come into play when making choices for YOURSELF not other people. Hopefully now you can understand my position, ONCE again so we are clear I do not wish to eradicate religion just the people that think they are better than others because of "their" religion and try to force others to live by their moral code which stems for their religious beliefs. A woman has the right to her own body. The government does not have the right to tell a woman what she can or cannot do with her body. This is persona. and a medical decision. Not a political or religious one.
It’s up to the Patient and Doctor. Not the Government. And NOT anyone else.
This woman and her family have been treated beyond bad from the very beginning she was selected by McCain. I can understand people being loyal to Obama, but this obsession to destroy Palin based on that loyalty is extremely disturbing!! To torch a house of prayer, because a candidate when against their candidate?!! Something is immorally wrong with this. It is really pathetic that someone would do something like that. She doesn't deserve this and her church certainly doesn't either.
Talk about Sicko's