Where did Obama learn his moral equivalency garbage?

Won’t dare criticize radical Islam as it should be BUT he will go to a prayer breakfast and scold Christians and Americans about being on their “high horse”

Hmmmm… Where did he get that stuff from?

Keep in mind, this was on 9/16/2001.

This is why FEMALES make 77% of what men make…

Dumb things like this: The Problem With Calling Women ‘Females’:

No one is suggesting that calling women “females” is directly behind rape on college campuses and affordable access to birth control on Womanhood’s List of Very Important Priorities. It is a simple and relatively contained issue—and the staunch resistance to such a simple issue is extremely telling.

Of course, I am just kidding, no one really believes FEMALES only make 77% of what men make for the same work.

Simple Fact Check: Illegals are showing up in America/Alabama without vaccinations and are admitted to schools…

Facts are annoying.

Being outraged is fun.

It’s as if the press hears something “politically incorrect” and decides that’s news instead of investigating the facts.

The outrage:

No one could ever call Rep. Mo Brooks shy.

On Monday, the Alabama Congressman who once said Democrats were waging “a war on whites” took aim at another group for a current measles outbreak that stricken as many as 100 children in 14 states. This time, Brooks’ target – as he said it – were “illegal aliens.”

Speaking on the Matt Murphy radio show Tuesday morning, Brooks, R-Huntsville was asked if he saw any connection between the measles outbreak and the recent influx of immigrants into the U.S. Brooks said it is possible that “illegal aliens” could bring a host of new diseases into the country.

The facts:

They show up without vaccinations and are admitted to class.

Again, Mo was right and the media was wrong.

The end.

Mo Brooks speaks the truth AGAIN, the media pretends this is outrageous… Lather, rinse, repeat.

Another AL.com story based on a Think Progress piece that accepts their premise fully from Leada Gore.

She refers to it as “national media”, it is not, it is a liberal blog…

That’s when Rep. Mo Brooks of Huntsville says something that makes you wonder if he thought about what he’s saying before he says it.

[…]

Brooks was on 1070 WAPI’s The Matt Murphy Show when he said President Barack Obama wouldn’t use the words “radical Islam” when referring to terrorists because he had attended a Muslim school when he was young.

The president’s inability to use the phrase isprobably an unfortunate byproduct of the days when he was in a Muslim school being taught that Islam is a religion of peace. And the president bought into it to such a degree that he does not seem to recognize that there are elements of Islam that are very violent.”

Again, is Mo Brooks wrong?

No.

Has Leada Gore ever heard of Google?

“Obama has noted in his two books, “Dreams From My Father” and “The Audacity of Hope,” that he spent two years in a Muslim school and another two years in a Catholic school while living in Indonesia from age 6 to 10.”

Oddly enough, this comes from a story debunking the Madrassa angle, which Brooks did not reference.

Now other media outlets are on board as well, Mediaite references Mo Brooks this way: “Congressman Mo Brooks cannot stop bringing up Barack Obama’s past…”

This is freaking absurd, every politicians past is fair game, except for Barack Obama’s apparently.

Mo Brooks speaks the truth, the media pretends that it is outrageous. Lather, rinse, repeat.

Here we go again

Speaking on the Matt Murphy radio show Tuesday morning, Brooks, R-Huntsville was asked if he saw any connection between the measles outbreak and the recent influx of immigrants into the U.S. Brooks said it is possible that “illegal aliens” could bring a host of new diseases into the country.

Here’s what Brooks said:

“I don’t think there is any health care professional who has examined the facts who could honestly say that Americans have not died because the disease is brought into America by illegal aliens who are not properly health care screened, as lawful immigrants are. Unfortunately, our kids just aren’t prepared for a lot of the diseases that come in and are borne by illegal aliens.

“It might be the enterovirus that has a heavy presence in Central and South America that has caused deaths of American children over the past 6 to 9 months. It might be this measles outbreak. There are any number of things.

“You gotta have sympathy for the illegal alien child that is burdened with this disease, but you also have to do what you can to protect American kids from the suffering and sometimes death associated with this disease,” he added.

Doesn’t this mean that non-vaccinated kids are here?

You decide…

Instead, the federal government has sent the unaccompanied minors to various U.S. locations to live with relatives or, in some cases, to live as foster wards. The children then enroll in local, taxpayer-funded public schools with no questions asked — by law.

Dr. Elaina George, a member of the national advisory council of the Project 21 black leadership network and a board-certified otolaryngologist, warned that this policy adds up to the possibility of a very serious disease outbreak.

“There’s no mechanism in place to ensure children are checked medically,” George told The Daily Caller. “It’s put everybody at risk. Anybody who comes into contact with a disease — tuberculosis, for example — is at risk.”

“This is not something that’s theoretical. This is not something that kind of happened. It’s happened,” she added.

“All you need is one person with tuberculosis to cough on somebody else. Share a cup. Other kids are at risk. Teachers are at risk. Parents are at risk. Grandparents are at risk.”

In Virginia, for example, the state Department of Education issued a July memo ordering local school districts to accept illegal immigrant children even if they have no home and no documentation concerning their health or immunization status.

The memo stated, in part, that local schools “cannot exclude from school attendance those homeless children who do not provide the requisite health or immunization information required of other students.”

It’s as if the press hears something “politically incorrect” and decides that’s news instead of investigating the facts.

Your “Honor”, Just be honest and say “I don’t want to perform gay weddings.”

Alabama judges are not too keen on following the law in Alabama…

We all know about Roy Moore..

Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has released a letter to Gov. Robert Bentley saying that he intends to continue to recognize the state’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriage and urging the governor to do so. […]

Moore said the ruling by U.S. District Judge Callie V.S. “Ginny” Granade “raised serious, legitimate concerns about the propriety of federal court jurisdiction” over the Alabama amendment.

But now we have some probate judges who are using even weaker arguments to not follow a law that MIGHT go in to effect….

Jackson County’s Manning said his office issued 600 marriage licenses last year and more than half got married in the probate court’s office. He said he started talking last year about discontinuing performing marriages.

“I know what it’s perceived to be, but it really is a matter of staffing, we’ve got a lot of other jobs to perform,” Manning said. “It’s not driven by the same-sex marriage ruling. We’re a person short, we lost a lot of experience in office turnover. If, hypothetically, the (federal appeals court) in Atlanta leaves the stay in place,  or the Supreme Court rules states have the right to define marriage, right now I’m still not going to do weddings.

“If it rules same-sex couples can get married and if I get adequate staffing we can revisit it in a year or two. We’ve got two weddings scheduled in the next two weeks, but we’re not scheduling anymore regardless of what the appeals court does or the Supreme Court does.

Ragland also cited staffing issues. His offices issues about 2,500 marriage licenses a year, handles wills and estate issues, property records, mental health commitments, among other duties. Probate judges also supervise elections.

Ragland said the timing of the announcement was tied to the court’s same-sex marriage ruling Friday and the uncertainty it provoked in probate offices around the state, because it reminded him of his plans from last year to stop conducting marriage ceremonies.

“We’ve been talking about this for months,” Ragland said. “People are going to think whatever they want to think, I can’t stop that. The only way we let the public know we do marriages was on our web site, we’ve removed that. We have a list of people who do ceremonies, we’ve always provided that.”

Anyone believe this?

Here is a shocker: Rep. Patricia Todd will NOT out adulterous legislators…

WIAT’s Mike McClanahan lays it out pretty well:

Her attorney advised her not to make factual statements about her fellow legislators?

Statements which any lawyer will tell you aren’t actionable considering the targets are elected officials?

UPDATE: I asked a lawyer about this, if you would advise a legislator that they can’t out cheaters without proof, he said:

Yes, because the statements show a malicious intent which is the exception for public officials.

That sure is awfully convenient for her, isn’t it?

Now she and the media can pretend the legislature is full of cheating frauds and hypocrites and she doesn’t actually have to name them.

She is derelict in her duties as a legislator for holding on to information about her colleagues, which she deems important enough to threaten to disclose. Meanwhile, she gets patted on the back for speaking truth to power.

Rep. Todd SHOULD out her colleagues or she should apologize for creating this embarrassing mess and probably resign.

What if she were threatening this kind of revelation while arguing for a tax increase or road project? Would that be trumpeted by our cowardly press?

Follow up question: What does adultery have to do with gay marriage?

Are they outlawing adultery?

If they were gay, I could see it, Todd has gone that path before.

It is time to drag these folks out of the closet and let them know that we will no longer allow someone to say hateful things about us while they go home to their girlfriend!” Todd wrote.

If Todd is wanting to be a heroic figure in the gay rights movement she need to put up or shut up.

Name names or stop talking.

I say, name names and deal with the consequences.

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