More Bad News

Barack Obama’s socialist agenda has wrecked our economy. Just ask the Tea Klux Klan, they’ll let you know, alright. The latest proof of his epic failure is the new home sales numbers for March. You might want to sit down for this, Christervatives.

New home sales rose 27 percent. That’s the biggest increase in, I’m not kidding, 47 years. Experts expected a little bit of a bump, merely because February’s terrible weather didn’t exactly help the market. But no one expected this. And everyone in the industry blames Obama and his reckless incentives for this horrible news.

Well, it’s horrible news to folks like Rush Limbaugh, who wants the President to fail. It’s bad news to $ister $arah, and her “How’s that hopey, changy thing workin’ out for ya?” Facebook status. And it sure doesn’t help Republicans, who are facing an increasingly uphill battle in November.

At least the GOP has a chance to rake in donations for fighting Obama’s Supreme Court pick, no matter who he picks…


11 responses to “More Bad News

  1. “Tea Klux Klan?” Amusing. I see you work that into nearly every post. Playing the race card instead of using real arguments is racist.

    BTW, unless you are a pro-lifer in disguise, please note that abortion kills blacks at a rate 3x that of whites (and Latinos at a 2x rate). Seems to me that anyone supporting Planned Parenthood et al would be the real racists. And virtually all gender selection abortions kill females for the sole reason that they are female. So these stereotypical misogynistic, racist pro-lifers sure are doing things counterproductive to their cause of staying in power, eh?

  2. P.S. I personally profit when home sales are up, but I still oppose these bail-outs of home builders. Glad to see the sales are up for all involved, but taking money from current owners to distribute to new owners doesn’t seem like a fair, productive or sustainable notion.

    • Thanks, Neil.
      Yes, I use the Klan thing, but I try to have a cogent argument as well. I’ve come to the conclusion that the majority of them are racists.
      No, I’m not a “pro-lifer”, the term makes no sense since those folks are all about the “lives of the unborn”. Sounds like bad science fiction to me. I’m a human rights activist.

  3. You are welcome to present your arguments any way you like, but I find the Klan reference to be a conversation stopper. I know a few Tea Partiers and can’t think of one that is racist, and definitely no more so than any Liberals. Republicans are lousy marketers. How they can’t win the black vote is beyond me. I mean, look at Detroit, the petri dish of Liberalism.

    I’m not sure what is science fiction-like about lives of the unborn. It is a scientific fact that a new human being is created at conception ( ). At least that’s what all the mainstream embryology textbooks say and what many pro-legalized abortionists will concede (they have moved on to elusive philosophical arguments about “personhood”).

    I’m too pro-science to be pro-choice. It is a scientific fact that the unborn are human beings, so I hope you expand your human rights activism umbrella to include them. They really need it. Protection from being crushed and dismembered without anesthetic should be a right granted to all human beings, regardless of their size, location, dependency or level of development.


  4. I don’t see what it proves to just say an argument is nonsense. Seems to me that non sequitors like “dawn of the dead” are less sensible than appeals to scientific facts and basic morality (i.e., you shouldn’t kill innocent human beings).

    Re. protection to females: Of course protection extends to them if you are talking about saving the life of the mother. That is consistent with the pro-life ethic. If you are talking about the preference of the mother to have her unborn child killed — over half of whom are female — then that is a different story.

    Females also need protection from the boyfriends and parents pressuring them to abort, which is very common.

    And they need protection from statutory rapists, like those that Planned Parenthood and other abortion clinics willfully and illegally hide in their zeal to make money — .

    An authentic human rights activist has plenty of work to do fighting the abortion industry.

  5. Let’s recap. I claim that the unborn are human beings and provide over a dozen quotes from mainstream embyology textbooks experts — . I even offer quotes from leading pro-legalized abortionists who concede the point.

    The unborn are human beings at a particular stage of development: Human zygote, human fetus, human toddler, etc. What else would two human beings create?

    Now, you have repeated that they aren’t human beings but offered no scientific or logical arguments to support your point.

    And you say I’m missing the point?

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