We currently are hearing that one reason Angela Merkel offered to take 100 million refugees is because of a sense of guilt over Germany’s past sins.
Do you suppose that’s right?
How guilty would she feel had Germany won?
How much looting would have occurred had the whole Hands Up Don’t Shoot thing gone the other way? Would police have been out looting because a thug who pistol-whipped a convenience-store clerk got away with killing a cop?
Obama’s approval rating is around 45%. Do 45% of the people approve of having the IRS penalize people who don’t have their minds right? Do 45% of the people think it’s OK to break U.S. immigration and tax laws and ignore U.S. court rulings? Or is it because he got away with it?
If Obama rounded up 20 million conservatives and put them to death what would his approval rating be? Would the New York Times condemn him? How about if he didn’t use guns?
If you were a law enforcement officer would you enforce the law? I mean, really? What is it in your worldview that makes you want to do it?
If I steal a car or rob a bank are you going to hunt me down and arrest me? And, if so, why?
Barack Obama has defied several federal court rulings; have you arrested him?
The former Secretary of State has broken many national security laws; have you arrested her?
The former Attorney General was charged with Contempt of Congress; have you arrested him?
Our current Secretary of State kept his yacht in another state to avoid paying taxes on it; have you arrested him?
A former senator and governor stole money from investors and lost a billion of their money in an effort to keep his hedge fund alive; have you arrested him?
And now you want to claim there are too many people in jail.
I humbly suggest there are too few.
Gives New Meaning to the Army Slogan ‘Be All You Can Be’
Obama’s latest Friday Night Surprise turned out to be his appointment of, as the headline in The Hill put it,
an openly gay man to lead Army
The gay scene has a lot of fun playing with words and this story is no exception. Early on we are served this quote:
“Eric undoubtedly has a masterful grasp on military policy and strategic defense initiatives that will serve the Army and the Department of Defense well during his tenure.”
That comes from
Matt Thorn, interim executive director of OutServe-SLDN.
Matt Thorn? Yup. OK, I know that sounds like the nom de cine of a porn star but he is just the head honcho of an outfit called OutServe-SLDN. And what is Outserve-SDLN? You might well ask, so I hyper-linked it so you might easily look it up in Wikipedia. It appears to be an organization formed and reorganized and then re-formed and then amalgamated to serve the legal needs of military service members who are being persecuted because they are homosexual. The initials SLDN stand for Servicemembers Legal Defense Network. And the out in Outserve? Like so many words in LGBT-Land this needs a little decrypting if you’re not completely au courant. I have often been mislead by not knowing the lingo. I once tuned in to a comedy special on Showtime that was titled Out There thinking it would be a show of really weird, pithy, outrageous comedy. Nope. Every single joke involved homosexuality. Out means you are openly and avowedly homosexual. Don’t call your navel an outie if you’re not ready for some strange looks and maybe a few interesting offers.
Now that the U.S. Congress has expressly approved the military service of homosexual members and the president, the media, academe, and a majority of the American public is OK with that it would seem that an outfit like OutServe-SLDN would find itself consigned to irrevelance. But they’re still in there, raising finds, reorganizing, and being available for comment on an issue any actual member of the military would be terrified to say one word about.
It would seem that an organization concerned with “servicemembers” welfare might try looking into the welfare of veterans who are dying because they can’t get off a waiting list and into a doctor’s office.
Perhaps if the veterans were gay. Maybe then they would be worthy of the attention of SLDN. Or maybe even the attention of the President.