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Babeuf

Member Since: December 20, 2011

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  • January 9, 2013 at 4:53pm

    I assume the map would be similar for Jews. Everyone said “Never Again” and now they are saying “One More Time” or “Play it again Sam” – a more thorough Final Solution! The Caliphate will succeed! Foolish Jews and Christians turning the other cheek and closing your eyes – the ovens are heating up! Call it “Global Warming”.

    A Conspiracy of Equals!

  • February 16, 2012 at 11:42am

    Why do the Politicians who claim they are holier than though vote to keep them funded???

    http://thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/10549-santorum-voted-to-subsidize-abortion-planned-parenthood

  • February 15, 2012 at 9:51pm

    Santorum’s “On the Couch With Pelosi” Moment?
    Check out this bizarre ad by Rick Santorum set in an active wrestling ring where he boasts about working with Barbara Boxer and Hillary Clinton:
    http://youtu.be/hCyU5I43_Hc

    I guess it’s ok for him to “wrestle with Americas problems than with eachother” Oy! Double Standard!

  • February 15, 2012 at 6:53pm

    hmmmmmm first he is a “Progressive Conservative” and now this:
    The First International Conservative Conference on Social Justice
    September 27, 2005 RICK SANTORUM, CHAIRMAN
    http://src.senate.gov/public/_files/graphics/RJSConservativeCompassion.pdf

    Progressive and Social Justice!
    Now…. where have I heard those two terms before?????

  • February 15, 2012 at 5:45pm

    Kinda like Santorum who:
    Santorum And Halliburton’s Trade With Iran
    Sen. Santorum cast deciding vote to maintain loophole which allows companies like Halliburton to evade the U.S. ban on doing business with terrorist states such as Iran.
    http://www.pjvoice.com/v17/17114santorum.html
    http://www.pjvoice.com/v16/16105santorum.html
    “Rick Santorum is campaigning this fall, especially in the Jewish community, on his hard-lined position against Iran. But when Senator Santorum has had three separate opportunities to actually stand up against Iran and block U.S. companies from doing any kind of business with the terrorist nation, he has balked each time,” NJDC PAC said in a statement. “It is easy to take the lead on pro-Israel measures that pass the Senate by unanimous consent. It is much harder, however, to take on powerful corporations that coddle countries which deny the Holocaust and argue that Israel should be wiped from the map. Pennsylvania voters would be wise to take Senator Santorum’s positions on Iran and terrorism with a grain of salt. His record just doesn’t match his rhetoric.” http://www.pjvoice.com/v16/Santorum.doc

  • February 15, 2012 at 2:02pm

    In December 2000, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission made it clear that an employer’s failure to provide coverage of contraception, when it covers other prescription drugs and preventive care, is a violation of protections against sex discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act; those protections for employees’ benefits include no exemption for religious employers.
    CONTINUED
    http://www.ncsl.org/issues-research/health/insurance-coverage-for-contraception-state-laws.aspx

  • February 15, 2012 at 1:48pm

    Great Post! I feel the same way!

  • February 15, 2012 at 1:38pm

    Guerrino_P

    That is your opinion and you are entitled to it! I disagree. However, Your remaining statement is historically inaccurate. This nation, its institutions and laws, was founded on Biblical principles basic to Christianity and to Judaism from which it flowed. No where does it state specifically “Catholic Country.”

  • February 15, 2012 at 1:19pm

    I don’t know if this is what Tifosa was referring to but I did a Google search for “Personhood Bill” and I found this:
    Anti-abortion “personhood” bill advances in Virginia
    Virginia lawmakers took a step toward outlawing abortion on Tuesday by approving “personhood” legislation that grants individual rights to an embryo from the moment of conception.
    The Republican-controlled House of Delegates voted 66-32 in favor of defining the word person under state law to include unborn children “from the moment of conception until birth at every stage of biological development.”
    Virginia’s effort avoids involving a constitutional amendment like those states, instead seeking changes throughout the legal code, said Elizabeth Nash, public policy associate at the Washington-based Guttmacher Institute, which studies reproductive health issues.
    But she said the intent is the same, with the measure ultimately aimed at banning abortion, contraception and infertility treatment.
    “Should this bill become law, it could have a far-reaching impact on women’s access to health care,” Nash said. “No state, as yet, has adopted anything like this.”

    You can read more here:
    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/02/14/us-virginia-personhood-idUSTRE81D1ZG20120214

  • February 15, 2012 at 9:09am

    cous1933

    What is a Progressive Conservative?

    I wonder if blood will shoot out of Glenns eyes when he sees that word PROGRESSIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • February 15, 2012 at 8:57am

    Sorry, just because it’s not something you want to hear, doesn’t make it untrue!

    Rick Santorum tipped off John Ensign, report says
    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0511/54874.html

  • February 14, 2012 at 5:19am

    That is true regarding Ron Paul. However, Rick Santorum isn’t pure as the snow either when it comes to defending Israel.
    Santorum And Halliburton’s Trade With Iran
    Sen. Santorum cast deciding vote to maintain loophole which allows companies like Halliburton to evade the U.S. ban on doing business with terrorist states such as Iran.
    http://www.pjvoice.com/v17/17114santorum.html
    http://www.pjvoice.com/v16/16105santorum.html
    “Rick Santorum is campaigning this fall, especially in the Jewish community, on his hard-lined position against Iran. But when Senator Santorum has had three separate opportunities to actually stand up against Iran and block U.S. companies from doing any kind of business with the terrorist nation, he has balked each time,” NJDC PAC said in a statement. “It is easy to take the lead on pro-Israel measures that pass the Senate by unanimous consent. It is much harder, however, to take on powerful corporations that coddle countries which deny the Holocaust and argue that Israel should be wiped from the map. Pennsylvania voters would be wise to take Senator Santorum’s positions on Iran and terrorism with a grain of salt. His record just doesn’t match his rhetoric.”
    http://www.pjvoice.com/v16/Santorum.doc

  • February 12, 2012 at 11:57pm

    Sorry, Romney is no Reagan.
    In fact, what did he say? , “I was an independent during the time of Reagan-Bush. I’m not trying to return to Reagan-Bush.”
    .Romney was also one of the few Republicans in 1994 to refuse to sign on to Newt Gingrich’s Contract with America. He said during that campaign, “In my view, it is not a good idea to go into a contract, like what was organized by the Republican Party in Washington, laying out a whole series of things that the party says ‘these are the things we are going to do.’ I think that’s a mistake.” That mistake led to an historic Republican takeover of Congress in 1994. But Romney was one of the few Republicans to lose that year.

    True to form, even today Romney is effectively promising not to take America back to pro-growth Reaganomics.

  • February 12, 2012 at 10:37pm

    You criticize with sweeping generalizations. You denigrate. There’s never any evidence. It’s an opinion, based on your opinion. Your opinion. Your. Opinion.

    I’ve examined Newt’s record over many hours and much review. Newt’s life story shows that he has deeply-held core values.

    This is a man who has looked at his past failings and gone through the painful process of coming to terms with himself to try; who has dedicated himself to trying always to become a better man.

    And I’m saying that Newt is a man who has dedicated his life to trying to understand how a great nation can keep itself strong, prosperous and safe, and how that nation might be a beacon of hope to others in other nations in this sometimes terrible world.

    Newt is the man with the plan, and you are utterly, but utterly, clueless about that.

    You prefer Santorum or Romney. Ok. No problem. But don’t try to shore up your preference as some moral choice on your part.

    You don’t have the tiniest clue what Newt is all about. You haven’t bothered to inform yourself. And you show it every time you or someone else post one of these ad hominem attacks.

  • February 12, 2012 at 4:26pm

    “For years, Rick Santorum has been placing the safety and security of the American people behind the interests of Halliburton and other U.S.-owned companies doing business with Iran. Enough is enough,” said Ira Forman. “America’s security is dependent upon the commitment of our leaders to stand up against terrorist nations such as Iran. Likewise, the safety and security of Israel depends on Congress not awarding countries which fund terrorist attacks against the Israel and enforce the Arab League Boycott. Yet when it came time for Rick Santorum to take a stand and cast his vote, he sided with Halliburton and Iran’s terrorist regime.”
    U.S.-owned companies are prohibited under current law from doing business with Iran. A loophole exists, however, that has been exploited by foreign subsidiaries of U.S.-owned companies who have been able to do business with the terrorist nation. One of the largest exploiters of this terrorist loophole has been Halliburton, which has done millions of dollars in business with Iran through its foreign subsidiary Halliburton Products and Services Ltd. dating back to when Vice President Dick Cheney was the company’s CEO. In some of its deals with Iran, Halliburton’s subsidiary has even agreed to participate in the Arab League Boycott against Israel, a draconian trade embargo still practiced by some Arab and Muslim countries which refuse to accept Israel’s right to exist.
    http://www.pjvoice.com/v16/16105santorum.html

  • February 12, 2012 at 4:15pm

    ambrosia

    If you want to see someone who is FAIR in their reporting –

    http://www.politijim.com/

  • February 12, 2012 at 4:09pm

    Top 10 RINOs (Republicans in Name Only) In 2005

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=11129

    8. Gov. Mitt Romney (Mass.)
    Has said, “I believe that abortion should be safe and legal in this country.” Supports civil unions and stringent gun laws. After visiting Houston, he criticized the city’s aesthetics, saying, “This is what happens when you don’t have zoning.”

  • February 12, 2012 at 3:59pm

    Numbers can be manipulated. Don’t fool yourself!
    Rick Santorum suggested on Sunday that Mitt Romney’s campaign may have rigged a straw poll of conservative activists by paying the entrance fee for supporters.
    http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/gop-presidential-primary/210139-santorum-suggests-romney-may-have-rigged-cpac-poll

  • February 11, 2012 at 11:43am

    TearParty,
    In 2004, the MA Supreme Court ruled that the state’s marriage law was unconstitutional — but the Court did not rule, contrary to what is claimed, that gay marriage must be legalized and that the state constitution contains a “right” to marry. Yet, as soon as the ruling was issued, Romney commanded state agencies, by executive order, to start issuing marriage licenses to homosexual couples.
    In December 2005, Romney required all Massachusetts hospitals, including Catholic ones, to provide emergency contraception to rape victims, even though some Catholics view the morning-after pill as a form of abortion.
    He said he was acting on his legal counsel’s interpretation of a new state law – one passed by lawmakers despite his veto – but he also said that “in his heart of hearts,’’ he believed that rape victims should have access to emergency contraception.
    Some Catholic leaders now point to inconsistency in Romney’s criticism of the president and characterize his new stance as politically expedient, even as they welcome it.

  • February 11, 2012 at 10:59am

    TeaParty,
    Romney spent millions of state money pursuing Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) and although they dumped it, then created the Massachusetts Climate Protection Plan.. Romney dramatically limited emissions on six power plants, even going so far as to claim – with radical environmentalists at his side – that one power plant had killed 59 people. He was for the RGGI before he was against it. FLIP FLOP!!

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