Friday, April 25, 2008

Women Worth Less, Child Health Care, EPA Scientists Under Duress, Abstinence, Bush Makes Terrorists, Prison Nation, Vet Suicide & 6 Flags Over Baghdad

The Senate Republicans and Big Business have teamed up once again to protect us from domestic terrorism.

The conservative Supreme court thought that it had the matter well in hand when it ruled last year against these terrorists bringing down then country by flooding the courts with lawsuits.

But those damned, terrorist loving Democrats were showing their terrorist sympathies, by trying to overturn the Supreme Court ruling. All three presidential candidates rushed back to Washington for this vote. Barack and Hillary naturally voted to overturn the ruling. John McCain proved his conservative, he-man, Republican bona fides by standing with the Supreme Court and voting no to domestic terrorism. Without 60 votes, the president could and would veto this terrorist backed bill.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans on Wednesday blocked
legislation to reverse a Supreme Court ruling that makes it tougher for
to sue for pay discrimination.

Democratic presidential
rivals Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton interrupted their campaigns to return to the
Senate to vote for the bill. The measure would lift tight time restraints to
file claims that could expire before workers realize they were treated

On a 56-42 vote, mostly Democratic supporters of the bill
short of the needed 60 in the 100-member Senate to clear a Republican
hurdle and move toward passage of the bill approved earlier by
the House of

How many times have I heard, "Thank God for President Bush"? It's an understandable statement. He lays his life on the line, everyday, to protect us, the people. As we've seen above the Bush Administration stands steadfastly against loony, liberal ideas like equal pay for equal work. Of course it's OK for women to think that they have equal rights, but as all good conservatives know, it's just like gay marriage, it would destroy the country if they actually had equal rights.

President Bush is even willing to break the law when it comes to protecting real Americans, those in the top 2 or 3 per cent income bracket.

The Bush administration has no plans to rescind controversial guidelines
restricting enrollment in a popular children's health-care program, despite a
recent legal finding that they were administered illegally.

The long-running debate over SCHIP highlights the sharp differences between
the White House and a Democratic Congress over Washington's role in providing
health care. With medical costs skyrocketing and employers dropping more and
more coverage benefits, many lawmakers are pushing to expand that role into
higher income brackets. The Bush administration has fought that push, claiming
such expansions nibble away at private insurance markets.

In limbo are tens-of-thousands of kids whose health coverage hinges on
their eligibility for the state-federal program.

We are lucky to live in a country whose leader has the cojones to let children die in order to protect the profits of insurance companies. Thank God for President Bush.

Right now in this country we have a bunch of loony toon "scientists" complaining about the Bush Administration forcing them to, what they term as "to skew their findings". What a Joke. God, himself, talks to President Bush regularly and advises him about what to do. Who are you going to believe, some left leaning "scientists" or God Almighty?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Hundreds of Environmental Protection Agency scientists
say they have been pressured by superiors to skew their findings, according to a
survey released Wednesday by an advocacy group.

The Union of Concerned Scientists said more than half of the nearly
1,600 EPA staff scientists who responded online to a detailed questionnaire
reported they had experienced incidents of political interference in their

Naturally, the Godless Democrats are siding with the "scientists". Can you imagine the temerity of these Democrats trying to turn our Bible based country into one based instead on logic and reason? What's the matter with these people?

Update: In a letter to EPA chief Stephen Johnson today, House oversight
committee Chairman Henry Waxman (D-CA) warned Johnson that he can expect some questions about this when he testifies before the committee in May.
That letter is below.

Update: Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI), calling the report "a scathing
indictment of the Bush administration's repeated efforts to twist, misuse, and
ignore scientific facts in favor of special interests" has also let it be known
that the Senate environmental committee will be digging in on this.

George W. Bush, the right man at the right time. If it wasn't for President Bush this country would be awash in babies and sexually transmitted diseases. We all know that under the Democrats, the government was handing out condoms and teaching kinky sex to kindergarten children. But the man picked by God to lead this country put a stop to that. Abstinence is the answer. And the president sets the example for the nation.

To the best of our knowledge the only confirmed time that George W. Bush had intercourse with a woman was the conception of Jenna and Barbara. After that he was able to use all his energy to save the country from liberals, terrorists and scientists. He even made abstinence the law of the land. And what a difference it has made.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Programs teaching U.S. schoolchildren to abstain
from sex have not cut teen pregnancies or sexually transmitted diseases or
delayed the age at which sex begins, health groups told Congress on Wednesday.

The Bush administration, however, voiced continuing support for such
programs during a hearing before a House of Representatives panel even as many
Democrats called for cutting off federal money for so-called abstinence-only

"Vast sums of federal monies continue to be directed toward these
programs. And, in fact, there is evidence to suggest that some of these programs
are even harmful and have negative consequences by not providing adequate
information for those teens who do become sexually active," Dr. Margaret Blythe
of the American Academy of Pediatrics told the committee.

We probably would no longer have a country if it wasn't for the keen insight of President Bush in the never ending War on Terrorism. Of course the Bush haters make outrageous claims that the president's War on Terrorism is actually creating even more terrorists. You would have to be a liberal or some other aberration to believe that.

The US "war on terror" has backfired, strengthening extremists in
Afghanistan and Somalia and turning them into legitimate political actors in the
eyes of their local populations, a thinktank said today.

"The lack of strategic acumen present in the 'war on terror' in Somalia and
Afghanistan is in fact enabling the spread of the insurgencies present
throughout both countries," said Norine MacDonald QC, the council president.

"The US is the common denominator in both countries – instead of
containing the extremist elements in Somalia and Afghanistan, US policies have
facilitated the expansion of territory that al-Shabab and the Taliban have
psychological control over."

It's hard to believe that a man with so much compassion could have a stern side. But like a good, conservative, authoritarin, father, he understands the necessity of tough love.

The United States has less than 5 percent of the world’s population. But it
has almost a quarter of the world’s prisoners.

Indeed, the United States leads
the world in producing prisoners, a reflection of a relatively recent and now
entirely distinctive American approach to crime and punishment. Americans are
locked up for crimes — from writing bad checks to using drugs — that would
rarely produce prison sentences in other countries. And in particular they are
kept incarcerated far longer than prisoners in other nations.

Criminologists and legal scholars in other industrialized nations say
they are mystified and appalled by the number and length of American prison

While we are right in the middle of a noble war against terrorism, the Democrats are at it again. This time they are blowing all out of proportion a simple mathematic error by the Veterans Administration Director of Mental Health.

In the wake of a CBS News report
that revealed
the Department of Veterans Affairs deliberately withheld critical
information about the true suicide risk among veterans, Sens. Patty Murray,
D-Wash., and Daniel Akaka, D-Hawaii, today both called for the resignation of
Dr. Ira Katz, the VA’s top official for mental health.

For months, CBS News has been trying to obtain veteran suicide and
attempted suicide data from the VA. Earlier this year, the agency provided CBS
News with data that showed there were a total of 790 suicide attempts in all of
2007 by veterans who were under the VA's care.

To demand a good man's resignation, just because they happened to get hold of a memo that show the numbers to be a tiny bit different, shows just how low the Democrats will go to make the Bush Administration look bad.


Our suicide prevention coordinators are identifying about 1000 suicide
attempts per month among the veterans we see in our medical facilities.

No doubt those suicide rates will go down once the troops can go to Baghdad for a little R and R at the new amusement park that's planned to be built next to the Green Zone.

When you are building an amusement park in downtown Baghdad, those risks
come with the territory.

Mr Werner, chairman of C3, a Los Angeles-based holding company for
private equity firms, is pouring millions of dollars into developing the Baghdad
Zoo and Entertainment Experience, a massive American-style amusement park that
will feature a skateboard park, rides, a concert theatre and a museum. It is
being designed by the firm that developed Disneyland. “The people need this kind
of positive influence. It’s going to have a huge psychological impact,” Mr
Werner said.

Thank God for January 20, 2009.


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John Stuart Mill (May 20 1806 – May 8 1873)