Saturday, June 18, 2016

A few things for Saturday...

that caught my eye.

First off, as I was coming home last night, Meghan McCain was on the radio in the car.  Poor Meghan, who has a job in radio because of her father, John, really is a very dim bulb.  I've never felt like she was a mean person, just a bit slow and, oh so, Pollyanna.

She's prattling on about how Trump's temporary ban on immigration from terrorist countries was unconstitutional.  Actually, it's not, but why let a little thing like facts get in the way of our attempt to think.  But it's what she said next that had me wondering if her dim bulb had been permanently turned off.  Ready?

She said, "After all, people have a right to live in the United States."  What the hell? Bet you didn't know that, did you?
(f) Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or non-immigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.   INA: ACT 212 - GENERAL CLASSES OF ALIENS INELIGIBLE TORECEIVE VISAS AND INELIGIBLE FOR ADMISSION; WAIVERS OF INADMISSIBILITY
If you read the whole document, painfully written in government legalese, you will find that almost all the immigrants Odumbo has allowed into our country, are not qualified and should have never been allowed entry, but why let a little thing like the law impede the progress of destroying the U.S.?

I guess Paul Ryan wants to sue Trump over the possibility of a Muslim ban on immigration.  He has his tighty whiteys in a twist over who in hell will be the check and balance if Trump is president.  Let me offer a clue, Paul.  It won't be the do-nothing congress who has allowed Odumbo to run rough shod over the constitution for the past 7 1/2 years.

Coeur d' Alene prayer vigil
I am weary of the MSM referring to the people who died in Orlando as "gay."  If that had been a regular night club, would we be calling the victims "straight?"  Why, no, no we wouldn't.  They're not more dead, no more mourned because they were homosexuals.  It's demeaning to who they were as people.  It robs them of their humanity.

There was some sort of prayer vigil for the victims held in Coeur d' Alene.  The speakers were mostly homosexual activists, and the people were waving "gay pride" flags.  Not one mention in the entire article to Muslims, Islam, or jihad.  Interesting.

This isn't about furthering an agenda.   This is about a repressed homosexual Muslim killing a bunch of people in the name of Allah.  Makes you wonder what flavor his 72 virgins will be.

My friend Terry, over at Abbey Roads, wrote a brilliant piece about this:

Orlando shooting: 'They' made it all about the LGBTQ...

 Reality check.

Making it all about the gay, or ridiculously, about bullying, diminishes the victims, it distracts from the fact ISIS terror is here, in the U.S.

I've been reading some of the gay-Catholic blogs and articles online, as well as some conservative criticism of bishop(s) and priest(s) who are suggesting Catholic teaching is responsible for the homophobia which motivated the attack.  I don't care what you say - these people are callously using the attack to further an ideological agenda.  I think I mentioned that yesterday when I posted the following from First Things:
Read the rest at Abby Roads and take a moment to thank Terry for some much needed perspective.

I had cause to make a stop at Pawn One yesterday.  They told me that handguns were flying off the shelves, and they'd already sold every AR-15, or reasonable facsimile, in one day. Make of it what you will.

Need some ammunition (not to make a pun) when talking to gun-grabbers? 

From Bearing Arms:

He's a wonderful speaker, but the hairdresser in me really wants to give him a haircut.  

And to finish on a low note:

Witness the typical Odumbo family picture of them heading off to another vacation at our expense.  Odumbo leading the way, holding hands with his oldest daughter, while Mooch and the younger one trail behind.  In my opinion, the whole thing is creepy. 


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