Personhood and the Trojan War

January 29, 2012

If I am a person, I must be a threat to Planned Parenthood's profits.

There is a serious threat to the Trojans! Not to mention the Durexes, Lifestyles, and the rest of the products available at! What can it be, that could wipe out not only the condom market, but the entire birth control industry in one fell swoop? What has the power to exert such a forceful blow to the business of pregnancy prevention? Is it a pending natural disaster? Could it be that all the water supplies on Earth will be contaminated with Salt Peter?

What weapon has the capacity to destroy the birth control pill factories and alter the sexual behavior of human beings? It is the most dastardly, the most heinous… it is the Personhood Initiative! Aarghhh! Run for your (sex) lives!

Who knew the sweeping ramifications of legally recognizing the unborn as persons? If personhood movements are successful, one might never again be able to legally practice “common forms of birth control.” Ridiculous, you say? Not if you are the ” advocacy / political arm of Planned Parenthood Federation of America” and you grasp for straws against any measure that may threaten your lucrative abortion mill bonanza! Read the rest of this entry »

Do I Pull a Republican Ballot March 20?

January 27, 2012

My two year stint as Republican precinct committeeman ends on March 20 (I think) when we in Illinois go to the polls for our primary. Given the realization of the futility involved in attempting to be a conscientious person involved with either major party, I am not running for committeeman again. Further, I have realized that I, not the Mitt Romneys and John McCains, was the RINO (Republican In Name Only). The political equivalent of Silly Putty seems to be more suited to being a Republican than one who has values, truly believes in limited government, and doesn’t believe that our children are our loan guarantors.

I cannot, in good conscience, consider myself a Republican. That said, I seek advice regarding the primary. I and others have railed against open primaries and so-called “independents” voting for the Republican nominee. I had a problem with the idea of liberals voting for the most pleasing-to-liberals candidates in our field of (most often poor) candidates. Others may have only been annoyed that anyone other than a good little party tool participated in the process.

So, on March 20, 2012, what do I do? Do I ask for the non-party ballot? Do I ask for the ballot of the party I used to call my own? My inclination is that I should request the general (or non-party) ballot.  I have several rationales for this inclination. Read the rest of this entry »

TODAY! Ask Them What They Mean by “Choice” Day – Jill Stanek

January 22, 2012

TODAY! Ask Them What They Mean by “Choice” Day – Jill Stanek.

Today marks the 39th anniversary of the devastating Supreme Court over-reach “Roe v. Wade.” Activist judges decided that no state can protect the lives of the innocent… and the dregs of society rejoiced.

Today, the slaughter of the innocent is big business, subsidized by the taxpayer. Planned Parenthood profits from killing babies while receiving our tax dollars.

Organizations such as NARAL, Emily’s List, and NOW exist to ensure that the slaughter continues unabated. They support pro-abortion Democrats and would have a woman believe that the child growing in her womb is only a baby if she wants him or her… otherwise it is a tumor or a parasite.

The celebrants of slaughter take to the internet today with the Twitter hashtag, #tweet4choice to promote this heinous procedure and celebrate this calamitous decision. Those who respect innocent life can use the hashtag to express pro-life sentiments and give voice to those innocent victims.

Thank you, Jill Stanek, for organizing this answer to the culture of death.