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Let's make sure that the bans in the Uniform Code of Military Justice on sodomy and adultery are enforced in courts martial.
Toggle Commented Dec 20, 2010 on Don’t ask, don’t tell at Unfettered Letters
Further restrictions on the sale of firearms is a violation of the Second Amendment. Gun control is legitimate only when applied to increasing criminal penalties for using a firearm in committing a crime, such as robbery, carjacking, or shooting at houses or funerals. Or shooting people or their young children to retaliate or to warn them not to cooperate with police.
Toggle Commented Dec 17, 2010 on More gun control at Unfettered Letters
The Mombasa Marxist is not black, he's a mulatto, and more Arab than Negro. Conservatives don't hate his indeterminate skin color, they hate his teleprompter.
We will never give up our God-given right to capital punishment under any circumstances, regardless of what any leftist, activist judges say about "reinterpreting" our rights.
It is constitutional, legitimate, and prudent to discriminate against bad, destructive, and disruptive behavior like sodomy, which is still a violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, and will remain so.
Late-term abortions generally incur the most physical and psychological health risk to the mother. Furthermore, data from 37 studies shows that abortion increases the risk of subsequent premature birth (delivery prior to 37 weeks) by 35%, and more than one abortion increases the risk to 93%. Premature birth exposes the newborn to increased risk of low-birth weight (which has been linked to physical and developmental problems), epilepsy, autism, mental retardation, cerebral palsy, and infant mortality during the first year of life. Research indicates that prior abortions led to 1096 cases of cerebral palsy among babies born prematurely in 2002. Abortion and also premature birth increases the risk of breast cancer in the mother by as much as double. Abortion mills like Planned Parenthood are known to conceal some or all of these risks in their abortion mills. An abortion without fully informed consent is a coerced abortion.
Toggle Commented Nov 27, 2010 on Epilepsy awareness at Unfettered Letters
Hisham Elzanaty, 51, is among the members of a real estate partnership that paid $4.8 million last year for the vacant clothing store that is to be torn down and replaced by the World Trade Center terrorist victory mosque. Elzanaty made a $6050 donation in 1999 to the Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, a front for the terrorist organization Hamas. He claims he wanted his donation to go to an orphanage rather than Muslim terrorism. After a few more terrorist attacks plotted in mosques, Americans may eventually get smart enough to stop trusting Muslims. Meanwhile, a Haman spokesman announced plans to kill more Jews, and Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah praised Hamas on Friday for shooting more Jews. Meanwhile, at least five Muslim Iranian companies in Afghanistan's capital are using their offices covertly to funnel cash to Muslim Taliban terrorists for killing U.S. troops or destroying their vehicles.
Toggle Commented Sep 5, 2010 on Mosque debate at Unfettered Letters
Some people just can't take any criticism of what they do or say, call it hatred when they hear it. Their skin is thinner than Lewinski's kneepads.
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2010 on End hate with faith at Unfettered Letters
New Jersey Republican Governor Chris Christie has cut state taxpayer funding of abortion mills, outraging pro-abortion Democrats, who intend to vote for new legislation to reinstate the taxpayer funding, severely dimming their chances for reelection, since over 70% of Americans oppose taxpayer funding to abortion mills like Planned Parenthood. We can surely hope for the same situation with our new Kansas governor next year. Keep a good thought.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2010 on Planned Parenthood at Unfettered Letters
Planned Parenthood board members are masters of misinformation. Cut all taxpayer funding to Planned Parenthood abortion mills, and their nationwide pattern of criminal abuses and exploitations. Proceed with the prosecution of dozens of felonies in Planned Parenthood's late-term Overland Park abortion mill. (We've seen some of the criminal evidence published, and the abortionist quacks look guilty as sin.) Fire Judge Beier on Pink Slip Tuesday in November, for stalling the prosecution and gagging a judge who is a witness.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2010 on Planned Parenthood at Unfettered Letters
Parents will tell their children the same thing as when reading to their children from Romans 1:24-32 or Jude 1:7-8. "Recriminalize sodomy."
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2010 on Don’t ask, don’t tell at Unfettered Letters
Golly, what on earth are we doing electing our presidents, governors, and congressment, then? Guess we'd better do away with self-government, since it's so corrupt.
Toggle Commented May 31, 2010 on Judicial selection at Unfettered Letters
U.S. House Republicans introduced a bill last week to repeal the abortion-funding Marxist medical takeover. Remember who opposes this bill on Pink Slip Tuesday in November. Meanwhile, the Senate Armed Forces Committee last week approved an amendment to a bill that would turn U.S. military base hospitals, both domestic and overseas, into abortion mills, contrary to long-standing policy banning abortions at taxpayer-funded facilities. When baby-hating William the Slick allowed abortions in military facilities from 1993 to 1996, all military physicians (as well as many nurses and supporting personnel) refused to perform or assist in elective abortions. In response, the Clinton administration attempted to hire civilian abortionist quacks. You taxpayers are now going to have to pay for more civilian abortionist quacks in military hospitals to satisfy Obamanation’s baby-hating agenda, looks like.
The USofA has always scrupulously protected the rights of Muslims to espouse their false religion, and built their mosques. In thanks, we do not even get a strong denouncement of treacherous Muslim terrorist attacks on us from any Muslim groups, just sponsoring of more attacks. The Connecticut Muslim mosque attended by the Taliban-trained Times Square terrorist, the Bridgeport Islamic Society, and Masjid An-Noor, are owned and controlled by a pro-jihad front group for Hamas, a federally designated terrorist group and its radical parent, the Muslim Brotherhood. The front group, North American Islamic Trust, holds title to the large Bridgeport mosque. NAIT is the financial arm of the Islamic Society of North America. Both entities have been blacklisted by the U.S. government as unindicted co-conspirators in a criminal plot to underwrite Palestinian terrorism, including suicide bombings that have killed Americans. NAIT also holds the deed to Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center, the large mosque outside Washington where the Fort Hood terrorist and some of the 9/11 hijackers worshipped. This radical custodian of the Bridgeport Islamic Society also publishes and distributes jihadi literature that exhorts Muslims to "kill" any Westerners who get in the way of spreading Islam.
Toggle Commented May 11, 2010 on United Muslim voice at Unfettered Letters
More Perverted Professors Cal State East Bay assistant professor Kenneth Kyle, 46, of San Fransicko, was charged by the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's Office in Missouri with statutory rape, statutory sodomy and promoting child pornography. The 1-year-old child victim's mother, Tessa Vanvlerah, 20, of Ballwin, MO also faces the same charges, along with an additional charge of incest. The pair of dangerous deviants met through the Internet and Kyle traveled to Missouri about five times to visit Vanvlerah to perform sex acts with her on her 13-month-old daughter. Over 100 child porn images and movies were confiscated from Kyle’s home and the laptop computer he carried when arrested. Kyle was also an associate professor of sociology at Pennsylvania State University before joining Cal State East Bay.
Toggle Commented Mar 29, 2010 on Monsters among us at Unfettered Letters
Don't call Obamanation a Negro, he's a Mulatto. Was Reid calling Obamanation a house n1***r?
Toggle Commented Jan 13, 2010 on Reid’s ‘apology’ at Unfettered Letters
Sorry, Janet, over 70% of Americans are opposed to any taxpayer funding of any abortions. If there is a Marxist federal takeover of medical insurance, that means that no medical insurance policy anywhere will cover abortion, by the will of the majority. You contract the mangling, dismembering, poisoning, or beheading of your children, and you pay the entire bill.
BBC weatherman Paul Hudson received news of the deliberate fraud, doctoring and deleting of climate data committed at the Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia more than a month ago, through leaked emails, but refused to report anything on the story, because it contradicted BBC policy of indoctrinating the public in to believing the fraudulent theory of man-made global warming supposedly threatening the Planet, while squashing news and data that are in contradiction.
Federal government cannot create enough jobs through spending bills, we have seen that fail repeatedly, with terrible jumps in our deficit and national debt. Democrats can't just keep saying "tax the rich" to fix it, we know that won't work. Small businesses can create enough jobs, with the right tax cuts and incentives to promote the growth of businesses and our national economy, growth that will eventually bring back increases in government revenues. Listen to what Newt Gingrich is saying today.
Toggle Commented Nov 27, 2009 on Tax cuts create jobs at Unfettered Letters
You show your ignorance, Eden, there is no safe promiscuity. Condoms and contraceptives have significant failure rates. Condoms cannot prevent transmission of some diseases like HPV and chlamydia. Abstinence educaton should include significant focus on how teenagers can avoid situations which could lead to compromising their safety as well as their morals.
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2009 on Comprehensive sex ed needed at Unfettered Letters
In a CNN interview, convicted felon Martha Stewart called Gov. Sarah Palin "boring," "very dangerous," and "a real problem" among other things. Probably, only the desperately frightened leftist news media listed to Stewart. You betcha.
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2009 on Palin was robbed at Unfettered Letters
Obamanation doesn't have to rewrite history. Our children in public schools haven't learned hardly any of it for many years. Doubleplus ungood.
Toggle Commented Nov 15, 2009 on ‘1984’ bears re-reading at Unfettered Letters
The Republican Party has had a terrible problem for years with infiltration by pro-abortion RINOs, but as of now party is trying to purge them, and the Republican National Committee is divesting employees of insurance policies that pay for abortions. Now, lets get rid of those Kansas state employee policies that cover any abortions whatsoever. (They've got loopholes that pay for some abortions, unacceptable.)
Sodomy is a violation of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, for good reason. Allowing unrestricted sodomy in military ranks would spread filth, perversion, diseases, suspicion, distrust, expoitation of subordinates, and vile smut throughout, destroying the ability to defend our borders and national security. Recriminalize sodomy.
Toggle Commented Nov 10, 2009 on Gays in military at Unfettered Letters
We have to chuckle at Caranchini's ignorance while claiming to promote knowledge of our Constitution. The phrase "wall of separation between church and state" does not appear in the First Amendment, but comes from President Jefferson's 1802 letter to the Danbury Baptist Association, a religious minority, assuring them that their church organizations would be free from interference from Congress. The First Amendment actually prohibits federal lawmakers from making any law respecting the establishment of a national religion, or prohibiting the free exercise of religion. Therefore, neither can the Executive Branch enforce any such law or policy, nor can the Supreme Court rule on any such law or policy. A prayer is not the establishment of a national religion, therefore, there has never been any legitimate prohibition of prayer in public schools by students or faculty, as long as such exercise of religion or participation in such is not coerced or interfering with scheduled classroom instruction. We live in a constitutional republic and are a free people, folks. Don't be indoctrinated by leftists.
Toggle Commented Nov 2, 2009 on House balances Senate at Unfettered Letters