Entries Tagged ‘Tea Party’

Pro-life, black Republican candidate will “drive Democrats to drink”

by Carder The last thing Democrats want on the national stage is a black conservative Republican, anti-abortion, successful single mom who worked her way through college to achieve her American dream (without seeking government for answers).   They do not want another non-victim-minded black elected official out there touting traditional values, preaching that the rewards of hard work and […]

Singer Charlie Daniels supports Catholic nuns in Obamacare legal battle

by Carder It’s a disgrace when the only people with the guts to face down Obama is a group of Catholic Nuns. God bless you Sisters. ~ Country singer Charlie Daniels tweeting his support for the Little Sisters of the Poor in their legal ordeal with the Obamacare/HHS contraception mandate, via Twitchy, January 3 Extra: Tea […]

The media’s strangely subdued reporting on Family Research Council shooter

I was camping yesterday morning when a friend alerted me via Twitter on my iPhone there had been a shooting at Family Research Council headquarters in Washington, D.C.

Frightened for my friends, I began scanning Google for news reports. Ten minutes later the first story popped up, stating an FRC security guard had been shot in the arm, and the shooter had been arrested.

A bit relieved, I went ahead with a planned day trip, tuning in to news radio in the truck to keep up with the latest. Nada.

Stanek weekend question: What do you think of Romney’s choice of Ryan as running mate?

The waiting is over. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has chosen Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan as his running mate, as excellent a pro-life candidate as could be. Read Ryan’s voting record on pro-life issues here. (NARAL’s assessment is also a fun read.)

In a nutshell, Ryan’s rating at NARAL was 0% in 2011, and his rating at National Right to Life was 100% in 2011.

Barack Obama, liberal feminism: What women don’t want

The Obama campaign and feminists must be freaking out. It turns out they bet badly that what women want are free abortions and contraceptives. What a blunder. There’s nothing left in the pro-abortion arsenal if American women don’t believe Republicans are out to take away their birth control. The other side has already admitted abortion is no longer a winning issue for them. What else do they have?

A New York Times/CBS poll in March showed Obama’s approval sinking among women, this after they launched their “Republicans are waging a war on women” strategy that was supposed to bulk up their support.

Then yesterday the NYT/CBS poll showed now Romney leading Obama among women 46-44%.

Pro-lifer smacks down Cher’s (now deleted) tweet sniping Romney and “Tea Baggers”

According to Cher’s tweet, we Tea Party folks are a bunch of women haters. Cher, I’ll remind you, on behalf of the Tea Party, when the Tea Party has to have ‘No-Rape Zones’ at their rallies, I’ll accept your charge of women-hating.

Us being opposed to abortion doesn’t make us ‘women haters’.

Grow the hell up and knock it off with acting like a spoiled brat because we acknowledge the fact that it’s unlawful and just plain wrong to kill an unborn child.

“Waaaaah! You won’t let women kill their children! You just hate them!”

~ Black Republican conservative Alfonzo Rachel mocking singer/actress Cher for her tweet criticizing Tea Partiers, PJTV’s Zo Nation, May 12

Here’s Cher’s original tweet…

Pro-life tea partier intends to run against Speaker of the House John Boehner

I’m not delusional. I don’t know if I have a chance at beating the Speaker of the House. But what I can do is show the Ohio voters that Boehner has a box full of empty rhetoric. … He’s an establishment Republican. He doesn’t believe in the Tea Party. He doesn’t really believe in the […]

1662 pro-slavery law sounds remarkably pro-abortion

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoSYSqs8His&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]This law says that an organization, another entity, or another individual can determine your worth before you’re even born…. Where does that exist today in our society? Who said it? Abortion. Derived from the same mindset as the law that sanctioned and recognized the institution of slavery, the ultimate form of tyranny. ~ Tea Party […]


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