Sunday, August 24, 2014

A Voice in the Wilderness

One of the hardest things to do nowadays it seems is to not only tell truths but to listen to what is said and honestly consider it.

 Johns Hopkins Psychiatrist: Transgender is ‘Mental Disorder;' Sex Change ‘Biologically Impossible’
(CNSNews.com) --  Dr. Paul R. McHugh, the former psychiatrist-in-chief for Johns Hopkins Hospital and its current Distinguished Service Professor of Psychiatry, said that transgenderism is a “mental disorder” that merits treatment, that sex change is “biologically impossible,” and that people who promote sexual reassignment surgery are collaborating with and promoting a mental disorder.

Dr. McHugh, the author of six books and at least 125 peer-reviewed medical articles, made his remarks in a recent commentary in the Wall Street Journal, where he explained that transgender surgery is not the solution for people who suffer a “disorder of ‘assumption’” – the notion that their maleness or femaleness is different than what nature assigned to them biologically.

He also reported on a new study showing that the suicide rate among transgendered people who had reassignment surgery is 20 times higher than the suicide rate among non-transgender people. Dr. McHugh further noted studies from Vanderbilt University and London’s Portman Clinic of children who had expressed transgender feelings but for whom, over time, 70%-80% “spontaneously lost those feelings.”~snip~
Probably the saddest thing happening right now,because of the media enablers and cowardly or complicit politicians, is society seems to be hell bet on failing people with this disorder. By encouraging their delusions and enabling them to continue on to the point of mutilation of these individuals bodies they are actually contributing to suicides.
The refusal to treat or recognize the underlying disorder will be just another way that liberal/progressives have failed to advocate for another minority leaving them to fend for themselves in society.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Recycling Jimmy Carter

Sometimes I think that whatever Obama is paying his advisers it's obviously to much.
The parallels between Obama and Jimmy Carter become more appaernt every day.

Jimmy Carter was a do nothing president who's foreign policy was basically "hands off" whatever will be will be.
He stood by and watched the Iranian revolution unfold allowing 52 U.S. diplomats to be held as hostages in Iran.
That was after he sat back and did nothing to temper run away inflation, unemployment and rising energy costs to cripple this country.
Towards the end of his first term in office he finally ordered the U.S. military to attempt a rescue of the Iranian hostages to try and bolster his sagging poll numbers because he knew the American public was getting tired of the "malaise" he inflicted on us.
Like everything else the peanut farmer touched it was a disaster.

Now after the beheading of an American reporter,James Foley, it comes out that Obama ordered a rescue operation to liberate him and other hostages.
It failed.
Obviously Obama's advisers don't pay much attention to history. Comparing these two "rescue" operations is a no brainer and just confirms the notion that Obama is at least as bad if not worse than Jimmy Carter. The sad part is that it only took one term to realize what a failure Carter was, we have to suffer through 2 terms to get it about Obama.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Jesse to the Rescue!!!

While Obama calls for peace and calm in Ferguson,MO. race hustlers Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson run to the town to shake the racial tree and see what kind of violence they can rattle out of it.

Rev. Jesse Jackson: Like a ‘state execution’
Civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson on Friday likened the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer to a “state execution.”

“[H]ow many times was he shot?” Jackson asked on MSNBC, in a series of rhetorical questions about Brown. “And where was he shot? And why was he lying in the street for several hours? That was kind of a state execution.”

He went on to link Brown’s killing with other incidents of unarmed black men killed by police, including 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida in 2012 and 22-year-old Oscar Grant in California in 2009. “There’s a pattern of this behavior.”~snip~
Like that kind of rhetoric is really going to calm things down.
Others have said it better than I could but I'm wondering where all the outrage is concerning the youth being gunned down by each other in major cities like Chicago,New York and even Washington,DC?
You don't see reverends Al and Jesse racing to those areas and firing off provocative rhetoric about those deaths.
I think that it's mostly because it would be harder for them to shake down those cities as opposed to smaller police departments in fly over country.
They're going for perception as opposed to solving problems. These communities need to turn their backs on these two professional provocateurs and tell then to pound sand so they can work out their own problems.


Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Some Day There'll be an App for That

O'Reilly may have something about people becoming increasingly dependent on various devices nowadays.

‘Siri, I Need to Hide My Roommate': Murder Suspect Allegedly Asked iPhone For Help Hiding Body
Authorities say that a Florida college student murdered his roommate and used his iPhone’s Siri application to ask where he should hide the body.
Pedro Bravo is accused of killing Christian Aguilar in 2012 over a love triangle situation.
Authorities allege Bravo told the Siri application, “I need to hide my roommate," at about the same time Aguilar disappeared. His phone gave answers back that stated, "What kind of place are you looking for? Swamps. Reservoirs. Metal foundries. Dumps."~snip~
The fact that the bozo didn't realize that every time he uses the thing he leaves a digital foot print that the government can access shows just how technologically stunted some people are in spite of their dependence on it  I'll bet Siri knew that.

Free Tampons Cause.....Feminism!!!

Years ago I read Alan Sherman's book "the Rape of the A*P*E" and in it he related the story of sanitary napkins.
In the book he said that nurses from WWII had used absorbent bandages that were originally designed for wounds and later on after the war a few companies offered a version designed and made specifically for women to use.
However because of the social stigma they didn't sell very well until businesses started displaying them just about everywhere. Then they took off.

Any way that's the way I remember the story from the book.
But there is no stigma any more.

The Kotex Lobby: Feminist, Liberal Media Demand ‘Free Tampons’ For All
It’s the terminus point of modern feminism: make the deeply personal very publicly political, and get someone else to pay for it! If one man is keeping you in the style to which you’re accustomed, you’re a kept woman – perhaps even [shudder] a stay-at-home mom. But if your sugar is funneled from thousands of hapless tax payers through a legion of faceless bureaucrats, you’re  a tower of feminist self-determination.  Fight the power, sisters! Demand government tampons!
Last week, Jessica Valenti (Feministing founder, NARAL director and Planned Parenthood heroine) asked via Twitter, “Anyone know a country where tampons are free or somehow subsidized?” The question sparked an obnoxious social media backlash, which, in turn, sparked an obnoxious retort by Valenti in her column for The Guardian: “The case for free tampons.” The liberal media, from Cosmo to TIME, followed suit with the “compelling argument” and “great idea.”
“The high cost of a product that half the population needs multiple times a day, every month for approximately 30 years,” Valenti began in her August 11 piece, “is simply, well, bullshit.”~snip~
I would suppose that this is just the natural progression from government subsidized birth control and abortion on demand.
It's kind of a creepy pattern if you think about it, the argument of cost and necessity being the qualifier for free access can extend to many things.This is modern feminism and by extension progressivism/liberalism.
Anything deemed necessary provided by the state.
At one time when we had a thriving and robust economy these kinds of issues were never even conceived of but now, in this era of liberal/progressive policies and Obamanomics the search for ever expanding entitlements pushes forward.
It would be kind of fitting though, if Obama actually moved forward on this he would could finally be called the "tampon president" adding another name to his growing shameful legacy. Now that there isn't any stigma attached to it anymore.  

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Obama, the Lying Liar and the Lies he's Told



Keep in mind that this man is the leader of the democrat party and he is speaking for them and all liberal/progressives.
Including the lapdog liberal/communist/progressive media.