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Nancy Pelosi, Minority Leader, U.S. House Thursday, July 1th, 2010 We induct Nancy Pelosi into our Hall of Shame because, well, because she is Nancy Pelosi. This woman is responsible for Obamacare, a plan rejected by more than 70% of the people of the United States, thinks returning Veterans may be a terrorist risk, unabashedly supports killing babies, and is perhaps the stupidest Congress(wo)man we have had in 100 years. Pelosi is well-known for her bone-headed remarks that makes us wonder if she has the IQ to be in Congress (and that is saying something), but yesterday takes the cake. In response to the likely passing of Protect Life Act, Pelosi said during a press conference on October 13, 2011, that Republicans who voted for a pro-life bill were voting to let women die on the floor. For this off-the-charts idiocy Nancy Pelosi not only makes it to our Hall of Shame but is also given the Stupid Is as Stupid Does Award for the 20th and 21st Century. Think we exaggerate? Listen for yourself: In a blog comment one person said, She is an embarrassment to every rational human. Since she claims to be Catholic, we might say that she is an embarrassment to every Catholic, but that is giving her too much credit. Any pretense to Catholicism is just that, a pretense. Her support and facilitation of intrinsic evil has surely brought her an automatic excommunication long ago. We are only amazed, well maybe not, that the media does not shut her down when she makes such stupid remarks. This one yesterday far surpasses any stupid remark ever made by a Republican. Read more about it >>> Read the rest of this entry » Tags: Posted in Catholic Personalities, Government, Political Personalities | No Comments »
Harry Reid and the Progressives Thursday, July 1th, 2010 Harry Reid and other Progressives show their true stipes as dispicable and dishonorable people as evidenced by the outright slander Reid committed against Mitt Romney. We are no fan of Romney, but the slanderous and bottom-feeding behavior of Reid is beyond the pain. Read more about it >>> and here >>> Read the rest of this entry » Tags: Posted in Government, Political Personalities | No Comments »
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino Thursday, July 1th, 2010 Boston Major and Boston’s head pervert, Thomas Menio, is inducted into our Hall of Shame for his ridulous stance to try to keep the company Chick-Fil-A out of Boston. Who has every heard of a mayor trying to keep business out-of-town? The Major’s statements and intent is nothing more than abject bigotry and discrimination, something of which he accuse Chick-Fil-A. emm, can we spell hypocrite? But, then liberals are hypocrites by nature. Here is the story: Boston Mayor Menino wants to keep pro-marriage Chick-fil-A out of town by Peter Baklinski BOSTON, Massachusetts, July 23, 2012 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Mayor Thomas Menino has vowed to block Chick-Fil-A from setting up shop in Boston after the president of the fast food chain recently confirmed his company's stance against same-sex marriage'. The Mayor's position is just stupid and unconstitutional, said Brian Camenker, who heads MassResistance, to LifeSiteNews. You can't just discriminate against a business and force it out of town because you happen to disagree with where the owner of the business gives his money. Mayor Menino, who has been hailed by homosexual groups as the most pro-gay politician in the country for his efforts that imposed homosexual marriage' on Bostonians, told the Boston Herald last week that Chick-fil-A doesn't belong in Boston. You can't have a business in the city of Boston that discriminates against a population, he said. Camenker pointed out, however, that Chick-fil-A doesn't discriminate against anybody and called the mayor's word's nasty and vindictive for putting up road blocks to keep this restaurant from being in Boston. Chick-fil-A defended itself in a statement last week, pointing out that the Chick-fil-A culture and service tradition in our restaurants is to treat every person with honor, dignity and respect – regardless of their belief, race, creed, sexual orientation or gender. Dr. Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission (ERLC), told LifeSiteNews that the best solution to the mayor's condemnation of Chick-fil-A is for people who believe in traditional marriage and people who believe in a traditional moral lifestyle, to eat more chicken. No one elected him emperor. No one elected him the food czar of Boston, he said. I would say that it's up to the people of Boston to decide what kind of restaurants they want in Boston, not the Mayor. The people of Boston ought to be free to choose which restaurants they want to patronize. And restauranteurs ought to be free to put their restaurants in the cities where the consumers want them. Land said that he and his family go out of our way to be customers at Chick-fil-A because of their pro-traditional family stance. I certainly wouldn't put up with this if I was a resident of Boston. I would be protesting the people depriving me of the right to have Chick-fil-A, he said. Contact Information: Thomas M. Menino, Mayor of Boston1 City Hall Square, Suite 500Boston, MA 02201-2013Ph: (617) 635-4500E-mail: mayor@cityofboston.gov Read the rest of this entry » Tags: Government, Political Personalities Posted in Government, Political Personalities | No Comments »
California Governor Jerry Brown Thursday, July 1th, 2010 Democratic California Governor Jerry Brown is inducted into our Hall of Shame for signing into law a mandate that all business signing contracts of $100,000 or more with the State of California must provide benefits to same-sex marriage partners of homosexual employees. In signing the aggressive anti-discrimination law, Governor Brown has instead created legal discrimination against those who do not believe homosexual unions are valid or morally licit. Businesses and their employees will be forced to either violate their consciences by accepting the conditions of the mandate, or else forego opportunity to contract with the State of California. This is the latest in a string of efforts made by Brown to undermine traditional values and promote homosexual rights in California. Read Full Story >>> Read the rest of this entry » Tags: Posted in Government, Political Personalities | No Comments »
Dianne Feinstein Thursday, July 1th, 2010 U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein D-CA is inducted into the Hall of Shame because she is at it again with her bigotry against the Catholic Church and those of Catholic Faith. This time she is coming very close to applying a religious test to a judicial nominee. As reported by LifeSiteNews and many other news agencies, the Pro-Abortion and anti-Catholic Senator asked Amy Coney Barrett, mother of seven and President Trump’s nominee to the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals: When you read your speeches, the conclusion one draws is that the dogma lives loudly within you, and that’s of concern when you come to big issues that large numbers of people have fought for, for years in this country. LifeSiteNews reports, Feinstein’s comments caused backlash for seemingly violating the Constitution’s prohibition of a religious test for public officials. Numerous memes mocked Feinstein for sounding like the Star Wars character Yoda. The Washington Examiner reported, On Friday, Princeton University president Christopher Eisgruber, a constitutional scholar, wrote to Feinstein to defend Barrett, stating that the questions directed to Professor Barrett about her faith were not consistent with the principle set forth in the Constitution’s ‘no religious test’ clause. NOTE: Despite opposition from liberals, Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed to the U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in October 2017. Read the rest of this entry » Tags: Posted in Political Personalities | No Comments »
Michelle Obama Thursday, July 1th, 2010 We induct the First Lady, Michelle Obama, in the Hall of Shame for insulting authentic poets everywhere, and especially offending police officers, by inviting the Rapper Common to the White House Poetry Reading. The White House responded to criticisms of inviting Common, saying it was unfair to characterize Common’s body of work as violent. In addition to all this, Common does not know how to write poetry.
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Jimmy Carter and the New Racism Thursday, July 1th, 2010 The third definition listed for racism in the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Second Edition, is: hatred or intolerance of another race or other races. A derivative of this definition is a new form of racism — to accuse someone of racism (usually a white person) when he makes a legitimate criticism of and action, policy, or view of a person of color. This technique is actually a Liberal Tactic of Obfuscation in that it seeks to divert attention away from the substance of the issues. It is an attempt to intimidate the critic and shut down the discussion. Such a technique is a mark of a person without intellectual honesty. It is a sign that the accuser cannot answer the legitimate criticisms. This tactic of obfuscation is an old one, but recently has become a major tactic used against Obama critics. This writer was accosted about 25 years ago by this new form of racism by three young black men. These men parked their car in the parking lot of the print shop where I worked. Signs were in the parking lot notifying parkers that the lot was only for the print shop customers and all others would be towed. When I saw these men park in our lot and then head for the bar down the street I called to them and asked them to park elsewhere. They resisted. I finally told them that if they did not move their car I would have it towed. Their response was, You are only saying that because we are black. No, I was saying that because they were illegally parking on our lot. Today, especially since the Obama regime, we are seeing this shameful attitude around every corner. Anyone who criticizes President Obama is attributed to some sort of inherent racism. This is not true. The reason why people are criticizing Obama is because they disagree with this views and policies. We have already inducted Eugene Robinson, from the Washington Post, for his racism. Also is Maureen Dowd, of The New York Times, another of the new racists. Now, we have very prominent people joining the group of new racists making this accusation toward those who disagree with Obama. Jimmy Carter, former President of the United States has joined the ranks of the new racism, and thus President Carter is inducted into our Hall of Shame. Jimmy Carter said on MSNBC, I think an overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward Barack Obama is based on the fact that he is a black man, that he’s African-American. See the clip below: Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy Read the rest of this entry » Tags: Political Personalities Posted in Political Personalities | No Comments »
U.S. District Judge Robert W. Gettleman Thursday, July 1th, 2010 For ruling against the Illinios Silent Reflection and Student Prayer Act, U.S. District Judge Robert W. Gettleman is inducted into our Hall of Shame. Siding with talk show host and outspoken atheist Rob Sherman, who filed suit on behalf of his daughter, Gettleman said in his January 21, 2009 ruling, The statute is a subtle effort to force students at impressionable ages to contemplate religion. The law, passed by the Illinois General Assembly, allowed students to pray without distraction or simply reflect on the day’s activities. Students were not forced to pray or told how to direct their thoughts during the moments of silence. Yet the federal judge criticized the statute’s introduction of the concept of prayer into the schools, claiming it crossed the line separating church and state. Gettleman’s ruling constitutes yet another attempt by secular activists to undermine freedom of religion and religious expression. His opinion serves to ensure freedom from religion, which contradicts values cherished by our country’s founding fathers. Worse, his judicial opinion sends a message that God doesn’t belong in the lives of our youth at school, that it is unacceptable to express religious faith in secular settings. Read the rest of this entry » Tags: Posted in Political Personalities | No Comments »
Barack Obama, Candidate of Abortion Thursday, July 1th, 2010 Senator Barack Obama, now the presumptive Democratic nominee for President, is again induced into our Hall of Shame, this time as one of the most dangerous men in America. Obama wants to pass a Freedom of Choice Act that would make unrestricted abortions available nation-wide overturning any restrictive laws in the states. Such a bold and total move makes Obama the candidate of abortion.
Obama’s Abortion Bombshell: Unrestricted Abortion Over Wishes of Individual States a Priority for PresidencyBy Peter J. Smith WASHINGTON, D.C., June 10, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Barack Obama, the presumptive pro-abortion nominee of the Democratic Party, has plans to reward the allies that helped him topple Hillary Clinton from her throne by making total unrestricted abortion in the United States his number one priority as president. In light of Obama’s recently achieved status as the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, Focus on the Family’s CitizenLink has decided to remind its supporters that almost one year has passed since Obama made his vows to the Planned Parenthood Action Fund that abortion would be the first priority of his administration. The first thing I’d do as president is sign the Freedom of Choice Act, Obama said in his July speech to abortion advocates worried about the increase of pro-life legislation at the state level. The Freedom of Choice Act (FOCA) is legislation Obama has co-sponsored along with 18 other senators that would annihilate every single state law limiting or regulating abortion, including the federal ban on partial birth abortion.Source: LifeSiteNews
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Senator John McCain Thursday, July 1th, 2010 Senator John McCain is inducted into our Hall of Shame for refusing to denounce John Hagee, one of the leading anti-Catholic bigots in America. Hagee has endorsed McCain’s bid for President. When criticism arose Senator McCain’s response was, Pastor Hagee endorsed me. That does not mean I endorse everything Pastor Hagee said. All I can say is lots and lots of people endorse me. That means they embrace my ideas and positions. It does not mean I endorse them. As William Donohue, director of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, pointed out, that McCain’s statement is true but there are some problems which Donohue outlined: What makes the Hagee matter different is threefold: (a) McCain actively solicited the endorsement, appearing with the minister to accept it (b) Hagee is not simply guilty of a few throw-away lineshe has a long history of demonizing Catholicism, and (c) McCain blasted then presidential candidate George W. Bush in 2000 for not condemning Bob Jones University because of the school's anti-Catholicism (Bush eventually did), thus he has already dropped anchor on this issue. Donohue reports that several groups and individuals have have joined the criticism of McCain’s mis-judgment including the Catholic League, several Catholic organizations, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic Party of Georgia, various columnists, bloggers, and religious websites. Bill Moyers will air a show tonight (3.7.2008) about the controversy. Donohue concluded in saying, It is one thing for a candidate to disagree with the Catholic position on certain public policy issues, quite another to break bread with an anti-Catholic bigot. We agree. Read the rest of this entry » Tags: Posted in Political Personalities | No Comments »
President George W. Bush Thursday, July 1th, 2010 President George W. Bush is inducted into our Hall of Shame because he continues to maintain polices that violate human rights and the human dignity of the prisoners accused of terrorism. He refuses to apply the Geneva Convention standards and instead merely re-defines the standards or speaks generically about American practices. Without giving details, President Bush merely declares that American practices towards prisoners meets the standards of the Geneva Conventions. While he has condemned the forcing prisoners to perform sexual practices or pose naked for pictures, he does not condemn the practice of chaining a prisoner to the floor naked. The ends do not justify the means in a civilized society. The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons. –Fyodor Dostoevsky A Civilization can be judged by how it treats its prisoners. –Winston Churchill

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