Category Archives: #Politics
Jeanine Pirro of Fox News came under heavy criticism last weekend for her remarks about Ilhan Omar, a Minnesota representative in the United States House of Congress.
Ms. Pirro made numerous good points. Yet, only one tidbit among her ten minute video editorial was picked up by other media outlets to be aired and declared as a racist rant. Pirro questioned Omar’s wearing of the hijab: “Is her adherence to this Islamic doctrine indicative of her adherence to Shariah law, which in itself is antithetical to the United States Constitution?”
This blog is inspired by a recent news article I read, and posted, about the Pope’s anniversary being marked with the sentencing of convicted child molester, George Pell. The last sentence in the article reads, “And in the U.S., a Gallup poll found 37 percent of U.S. Catholics question remaining in the church.” –Associated Press.
WTF!? What is there to think about?
Yet, I have seen many documentaries where abused children who are now adults still question whether or not they should belong to this sick society. They can’t come to terms with their want for God and faith within the frames of this network. Even their own family members still argue for the religious cause that did their child in.
Headline news tells us that radio station WDOK in Cleveland, Ohio is refusing to play the song, Baby It’s Cold Outside.
This duet involves a man trying to convince a lady friend to stay, either longer or for the evening, while the woman seems to be struggling with her conscience.
That’s my take, anyhow.
Naysayers are now claiming this classic to be akin to a rape song.
People are pointing to the phrases, “The answer is no” and “I really must go”. Yes, but she also seems to waffle with “I ought to say no,” and “Maybe just a half a drink more”.
Bring up The Donald and before anyone says anything further, everyone becomes immediately pissed off, no matter which side they are on.
Love him or hate him, I still believe the reason the orange monkey was elected is because people were tired of political correctness as part of the status quo. Politicians typically answer questions so pc-like, that they don’t answer the questions for fear of alienating any one being or entity, even down to the League Of The Five-Legged Frog Lovers.
I must agree that the orange man is often childish and vindictive. Before getting angry for or against, please step back from your convictions for a couple of minutes to appreciate that you never have, and probably never will, see a President manhandle a press conference the way the Donald does.
The blurby follows, but the basic gist is that Sheikh Saad Al-Hijri, a preacher type dude, said that women can’t drive because their brain is one quarter the size of a man’s brain.
This guy is fricking brilliant. I’d like to take him out for a picnic sometime, so I can pick his brain.
Dumb is dumb, and this applies to all persons. I’d actually like to tell this guy that the next time he is saying stupid shit, please leave the rest of us out of it.
I have no idea what went down, or how, or who really said what. I wasn’t there, and neither were most everyone else who has an opinion on the matter. All I know is that what is at stake here, literally and figuratively, is a life and death argument over spit.
Apparently a Pakistani Christian woman better known as Asia Bibi, was working the fields, outnumbered by Muslim women, when she drank from the well. Bibi’s “filthy” Christian lips touched their communal drinking cup. An argument escalated where religious insults where hurled from both sides and suddenly someone must die due to blasphemy. That’s quite a short trip from point A to point B.
I didn’t know Jim Carrey was a painter.
He is in hot water, for what I’m not quite sure. He made a beautiful woman unbeautiful, and he used the word, “Christian.” Both are big no-no’s in today’s hypocritical America.
Jim Carrey painted Press Secretary Sarah Sanders as an unattractive woman, a #metoo shame for sure, but any and all political caricatures are unflattering. He seemed genuinely offended with his comments calling her a “so-called Christian whose only purpose in life is to lie for the wicked.” She or her acts were deemed, “Monstrous!”
Hey rural Americans, did you know that you are “the core threat to our democracy,” according to dumbass journalist Joy Reid? She lives in New York City. Get a rope.
There are others afoot, but I’m gonna stick with this lady’s hypocrisy. What comes out of her mouth amounts to a hill of beans.
Guess what, Joy Reid? Rural America is the backbone of our nation.
When rural folk are upset with the political establishment, they don’t run around like whiny bitches looting and damaging businesses and personal property within their own community. They know the community they live in must be depended upon for support.
People are way over thinking sexuality. You are confusing yourselves and others with the Ze and Zir thing. I still think it’s an affront to truly transgender persons.
That’s great that you are adding words to the dictionary. Who doesn’t love new definitions? For schizzle my nizzle.
However, I Wilfred, am here to help everyone get back to basics.
I will agree that the English language is limited and sexist. There is sir for men which means you don’t know if that guy is married or not, what parts he has, and who he wants to have sex with. Then there is miss, missus or Mrs., truly misogynistic as we know nothing of their parts or sexuality, except that these women are single or married. Even Ms. was revised but it backfired as people thought she was an unmarried female who didn’t want to be known as such.
This sounds like a terrific tale from Ernest Hemingway.
Imagine the manliest man who makes a living in the bush. A history of military service with incredible war stories is his past. He is a hard drinking, womanizing, cigarette smoking beast of a man who can make due in any situation. This scraggly dude sports a ten-o-clock shadow and can pound two rocks together to make fire.
Greasy hair is due to lack of hygiene resources, not due to a poor decision on hair gel that dates one back to the 1980’s.