Friday, April 23, 2010

Prop. 8 was for the Children too!

I believe firmly in keeping Traditional Marriage the way it is for raising children. I'm sorry about those who support Gay Marriage. They just don't get it. From the Prop. 8 Protect Marriage here:
Perhaps the most critical feature of traditional marriage is the impact the institution has on the creation and raising of children. Simple biology proves that relationships only between a man and woman can result in the creation of a child. It just can’t happen between two men or two women. Further, experts around the globe agree that the ideal family structure for a child is a family headed by two biological parents in a low-conflict marriage. Logically, it only makes sense that society would want to encourage marriage between a child’s biological mother and father, and that is exactly what California (and virtually every other state) has always done. But more than logic supports the public policy adopted by the voters when they enacted Proposition 8.

The contention that there is no discernable difference in the impact on the cognitive, emotional and social well-being of a child between opposite-sex married couples and homosexual couples just isn’t borne out by social science. It is at the core of why Prop 8 was placed on the ballot and why more than seven million Californians supported it.

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Dick Morris's prediction for Nov. 2010

From Human Events here:
“Republicans will win the Senate with 52 or 53 seats,” Morris said without hesitation, “and the House will go Republican by 10 to 20 seats.”

The former Clinton strategist-turned-Republican pointed out that it will take a minimum of 39 seats to change from Democrat to Republican for the GOP to win a majority. Seven of those 39, he predicted, “will come from right here in Pennsylvania—the epicenter of change.”

Beginning with a Republican pick-up of the Western Pennsylvania seat of the late Democratic Rep. John Murtha in the special election May 18, Morris said that the GOP’s gains in the Keystone State would come from unseating Democratic Representatives Kathy Dahlkemper, Jason Altmire, Patrick Murphy, Christopher Carney, and Paul Kanjorski. (Although that ads up to only six, others at the dinner told me Morris came to his figure of a gain of seven by automatically factoring in the likely pickup by GOPer Pat Meehan of the Delaware County district vacated by Senate hopeful Joe Sestak).

As to the claims of Altmire (who voted twice against the Obama-backed healthcare bill) that he is a “moderate Democrat,” Morris recalled his days as a “moderate Democrat” in the 1990’s working with Bill Clinton on issues such as “tough love” welfare reform and cutting the capital gains tax.

“Today, the moderate Democrat is as extinct as a do-do,” declared Morris, “I am extinct.” He said that in the Democratic Party of today, “you are either an Obama-Reid-Pelosi Democrat or you are a Republican. I am a Republican.” Morris also quoted Ronald Reagan that “I didn’t leave the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party left me.”

Rush say's "Thank You Mr. President!"

Mark Levin's comments on MSM coverage of Tea Parties

From Newsbuster's here:
Oh, they hate us. But you know what? We detest them. The difference is they pretend to be reporters; we are outspoken and proud conservatives. Now it's been actually pretty funny hearing some of the liberals talk about how Obama has actually cut taxes. And when we come back, I will once again prove that is a bald-faced lie. And it's counterintuitive. We have the biggest Marxist ever to be President of the United States, who spends and spends, and taxes and taxes, and spends some more. And the notion that he's been cutting taxes across the board for most people is a joke. He's been redistributing wealth, and destroying wealth.

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Friday, April 16, 2010

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Thursday, April 01, 2010

The truth behind Obama's Offshore drilling

From Sarah Palin over at NRO Corner:

I’ve got to call it like I see it: The administration’s sudden interest in offshore drilling is little more than political posturing designed to gain support for job-killing energy legislation soon to come down the pike. I’m confident that GOP senators will not take the bait.

Obama is trying to go to the center to get the Independents back. But its all smoke and mirrors. Don't buy this crap.

Here's were your Stimulus Money is going to

From Big Government here