Daily Archives: October 6, 2013
NSFW: NBC/SNL Scraping The — Perverted and Progressive — Bottom
By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
*Mature content: This is not safe for work and potentially offensive (Oh, who the hell am I kidding… it’s absolutely offensive!).
Welcome to Progressive morals — where projection is the name of the game and everything perverted the Left wallows in, they accuse the Right of. Were your kids asleep when this played?
It’s possibly the most offensive thing I’ve seen in a long, long time. I have no love for John Boehner, but this is outrageous. And to smear Michele Bachmann is unconscionable. She is one of the most moral, religious and good women out there. Of course, they mocked Ronald Reagan as they always do. Predictable.
For the performance on SNL last night, Miley Cyrus (the latest skank to strut her wares on Hollywood’s catwalk) belted out a very provocative rendition of “We Can’t Stop.” This is the same slut who made waves on the Video Music Awards in front of Will Smith’s children with raunchy faux sex acts. So, of course she would be right at home in the middle of this dirty, perverted libelous defamation of the Speaker of the House and the great Senator from Minnesota. I hope they both sue SNL and NBC for this travesty.
The skit was entitled: “We did Stop.” It makes fun of Republicans and Conservatives — specifically the government shut down. It tries to depict the Right of being heartless, greedy and immoral. Absolute projection. It mimics sex acts, homosexuality, drug use and a whole host of offensive themes. How very Progressive. Boehner is played by Taran Killam and Bachmann by Cyrus. Her father Billie Ray Cyrus must be soooo proud of his little girl all grown up.
Prepare to be offended… This is so degrading and disgraceful it makes my blood just boil.
(Image source: NBC)
(Image source: NBC)
(Image source: NBC)
(Image source: NBC)
“It’s our party we can do what we want, it’s our party we can say what we want, we can stop what we want, we can vote how we want, defund what we want,” Cyrus’ hit-song’s lyrics were changed to say.
The skit was just as raunchy as Cyrus’ original “We Can’t Stop” video, except this time the video depicted the House GOP as the ones losing their grip on reality.
“Bills in the house like we don’t care, ’cause we came to shut it all down now, no government around now,” the lyrics went. “If you are not ready for healthcare, can I get a hell no? ‘Cause we’re gonna keep it out shut down, D.C. is a closed town all around.”
It gets much, much worse. Mature content:
The New York Daily News entitled her whorish performance: Miley Cyrus hosts ‘SNL’: Singer plays sexed-up Michele Bachmann, gets night of redemption. Really? Redemptive of what exactly?
“Saturday Night Live” let Miley Cyrus have the last laugh this weekend. By featuring the twerk-happy star as the show’s host — as well as its musical guest — Cyrus had the chance to answer her haters with a punch line.
“I got a lot of angry letters from mothers, letters from turned on fathers and – this is true – I even got one from the guy who invented the giant foam finger”, the star cracked, referring to the toy she used to stroke her crotch on the controversial show. “I promised him tickets to my show.”
Later, the show satirized Cyrus’ hugely popular “We Can’t Stop” video. Switching the title to “We Did Stop,” Cyrus played a sexed-up Michele Bachmann, as cast member Taran Killem impersonated John Boehner, depicting both politicians as the grinding, drug-taking cast of the hit video, gloating over bringing the government to a halt.
Just another Disney star who succumbed to the offerings of fame and Hollywood… who casts all morals aside, deriding anything that is upright and good. Opting for the darker side of life. This is a career that is worthless and a life absolutely wasted. She’s now posing naked and solicitously all over the place. Miley Cyrus is not what America is. She’s the poster girl for Progressive Marxism.
It’s long past time to clean house of this Progressive scum. SNL and NBC are nothing but propagandic tools for Obama and the Marxists. Where else are you hearing this story? Nowhere — crickets. We didn’t put this up for shock effect, we put it up because you should know what Marxist filth is being played in your homes and what your children and family are being exposed to. “We can stop” indeed… We can stop the Leftists and certainly stop watching their immoral, pornographic, brainwashing content. NBC/SNL are scraping the perverted Progressive bottom of media and politics. They hate religion, morals and anything good, right and proper. They can go straight to hell where they belong. Take your twerking somewhere else – Americans don’t want it.
Joe Gilbert For Congress at – Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment Rally Latham New York
Hat Tip: BB
Oh, look! Someone who’s not a commie running for office in New York. 😉
Amnesty is Alive and Well and Moving Forward
By: Terresa Monroe-Hamilton
Cross-Posted at Right Wing News and Gateway Pundit
Evan McGlinn for The New York Times
Lest you mistakenly thought that Amnesty had faded away, no it hasn’t. Marxists and illegal aliens across the US are still pushing it — hard. With the help of Progressives on both sides of the Aisle, from Nancy Pelosi on the Left to Paul Ryan on the Right:
Thousands of supporters of an immigration overhaul held rallies on Saturday at more than 150 sites in 40 states, trying to pressure Congress, despite the partisan turmoil in Washington, to focus on passing a pathway to citizenship for millions of immigrants here illegally.
Hoping to display the wide reach of their movement, advocates held larger rallies in immigrant strongholds like Los Angeles, San Diego and Boston, with smaller demonstrations in places where immigrant groups have grown recently, including Atlanta; Rogers, Ark.; and Yakima, Wash. Organizers described the events, and a large rally they have planned for Tuesday on the National Mall in Washington, as their major show of force this year.
On what they called a “National Day of Immigrant Dignity and Respect,” supporters said more than 50,000 people had turned out nationwide. But the demonstrations came when few lawmakers on Capitol Hill were thinking about immigration, with the federal government shut down and the House of Representatives locked in a feud with President Obama and Democrats over health care and debt funding.
Even while advocates have built up their strength — with a broad coalition of business, labor, religious and law enforcement groups calling for a comprehensive bill — they fear that momentum is slipping away for Congress to act this year.
Soon-to-be Communist Mayor of New York, De Blasio led the charge in Brooklyn:
In New York, advocates rallied, in an upbeat mood, in Cadman Plaza in Brooklyn and then marched over the Brooklyn Bridge. Bill de Blasio, a Democrat who is the front-runner in the mayoral race, spoke as his wife, Chirlane McCray, stood beside him.
He said New York had a “special obligation” to push Congress for a path to citizenship for immigrants without legal status. “We have to set the example here of how to include all of our brothers and sisters even if they’re not documented,” Mr. de Blasio said.
Watch both sides of the aisle. While we are embroiled with the thugs and their fascist attack on our WWII Vets at the National Mall, busy little Marxists are giving all they’ve got to move Amnesty forward:
On Wednesday, Democrats in the House of Representatives, at the urging of the minority leader, Representative Nancy Pelosi of California, introduced a bill that closely matched broad bipartisan legislation passed by the Senate in June, including a path to citizenship for most of an estimated 11.7 million immigrants in the country illegally.
The House bill had no Republican sponsors, so its prospects were uncertain at best. But it gave advocates something to rally around, after a bipartisan House group’s efforts to write legislation fell apart last month.
Several House Republican leaders, including Representative Robert W. Goodlatte of Virginia, the chairman of the Judiciary Committee, have said they hoped to hold votes on smaller immigration bills during the fall.
Mr. Goodlatte’s committee has approved bills that would sharply tighten immigration enforcement and provide more visas for highly skilled workers, but no bill so far that offers a legal pathway to immigrants here illegally.
You better, your better, you bet… Don’t cross that line Progressives. We’re still watching and fighting and we won’t let you keep Amnesty alive and well and moving forward; entrenching a permanent Marxist majority rule in the US.
Motzei Shabbat (After Shabbat)
A peaceful Shabbat and I was not expecting to post again until after Prime Minister Netanyahu speaks tomorrow night. But I logged on to my computer tonight and took a look at the news — which is what motivated me to do this posting, which I hope will be brief.
“Unreal!” is a term used metaphorically to ask “How can this be??” That’s what I’m asking. But the rub is that what I’m reading is not fiction, it’s real — no matter how incredible it may seem.
Decide for yourselves if you can reconcile these various news items, or if they seem “unreal!” to you, as well, even as they are happening:
Netanyahu gave an NBC an interview on Wednesday, in which he said that:
“Iran is developing intercontinental ballistic missiles that could reach the U.S., whose ‘purpose is to arm them with a nuclear payload.’
“Netanyahu stressed that Iran is not governed by Rouhani, but by its Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei. During the interview he said Khamenei head[ed] a ‘messianic, apocalyptic, radical regime’ and therefore cannot be trusted.'”
Good deal, and nothing “unreal” here. (See more on Khamenei below.)
But wait. In his first statement on the subject since Netanyahu spoke at the UN, on Thursday, Secretary of State Kerry, speaking in Tokyo, said it would be “diplomatic malpractice” not to test Iran’s sincerity with regard to negotiations on its nuclear development. (same source cited above)
But what happens if – while Kerry is “testing” Iran’s sincerity so as to avoid “diplomatic malpractice” – Iran develops the bomb?
There is the possibility that the real “diplomatic malpractice” here was appointing Kerry to his current position, but never mind…
Then we have President Obama — who’s as “unreal” as you can get. He gave an interview to AP, released today, in which he indicated that:
“Our assessment [about the length of time until Iran can build a bomb] continues to be a year or more away. And in fact, actually, our estimate is probably more conservative than the estimates of Israeli intelligence services.”
There’s no “probably” about it, my friends, and the president undoubtedly knows it. This is what Netanyahu said in his UN speech (emphasis added):
“Last year when I spoke here at the UN I drew a red line. Now, Iran has been very careful not to cross that line but Iran is positioning itself to race across that line in the future at a time of its choosing. Iran wants to be in a position to rush forward to build nuclear bombs before the international community can detect it and much less prevent it.”
There has been a running disagreement between the US and Israel regarding whether it would be possible to determine when Iran was actually constructing a bomb, with Israel maintaining that it would not, and that Iran had to be stopped prior to that point.
Yet Obama would have us believe that he can sail on for another year or more without putting the world at risk in this matter.
But we’re not done yet. YNet tonight cited an unnamed diplomat involved in the negotiations with Iran, who said:
“Israel will not be in the room if and when a deal is done. We take Israeli concerns very seriously. But I have a feeling that Netanyahu is slightly out of step with other nations at the moment.”
Israel didn’t have “veto” power, he indicated. And were Israel in the room when negotiations were done, it would be unlikely to get everything Netanyahu was demanding.
While Gary Samore – until recently the top nuclear proliferation expert on Obama’s national security staff – explained to YNet that (emphasis added):
“Negotiating means there will have to be some give on both sides.
“I think it’s unlikely that we are in a position to dictate to the Iranians that they have to meet all of our demands.”
I’ve used many adjectives as I’ve written these posts,describing this situation: deplorable, despicable, dangerous. None suffice here. This statement so totally, willfully misses the point Netanyahu was making that it’s impossible not to read malice of intent – that is, ultimately a gleeful willingness to allow Iran to go nuclear.
We all knew it, that Obama’s “the military option has not been taken off the table” was not sincere. After the Syrian fiasco it was a farce. But this statement boldly puts the lie to it.
The whole point of having a military option on the table is so that Iran CAN be dictated to. This is not a question of two equal parties sitting down to give a little and take a little.
You sit across from the representatives of the state that is the biggest promoter of terrorism in the world today, and which has a history of deception and which has said it wants to take Israel off the face of the earth, and which terrifies Saudis and other Sunni Arab states, and which is aiming to send nuclear missiles to the eastern coast of the US, and you say, “Look guys, either do what we say, or we’re going to hit you so hard that your heads will spin off of your necks. We don’t advise you to test us on this.”
Say it diplomatically, if you will, but say it.
The world has not learned…
Keep communicating to your elected representatives in Congress the need for a tough stance on Iran. They get it and Congress is looking to increase sanctions.
But the State Department is saying it would be “helpful” if the Senate held off on this:
On Thursday, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Wendy Sherman told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, “We will be looking for specific steps by Iran that address core issues….
“The Iranians in return will doubtless be seeking some relief from comprehensive international sanctions that are now in place.”
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said today that ‘some” aspects of President Hassan Rouhani’s trip to the United Nations General Assembly in New York last month were “not proper.” It was believed he was referring to Rouhani’s phone conversation with Obama.
“We are pessimistic towards the Americans and do not put any trust in them. The American government is untrustworthy, supercilious and unreasonable, and breaks its promises.”
Will Obama work overtime now to show the Iranians how much they can trust him? The answer is self-evident.
I end with an exceedingly real by statement by Avigdor Lieberman, head of Yisrael Beitenu, and chair of the Knesset Foreign Relations and Defense Committee (emphasis added):
There is not even “a quarter” of a sign that Iran is slowing its nuclear development, he said. “All international intelligence agencies are aware that nothing has changed.
“Israel is prepared to deal with the Iranian problem. Even if we stand alone. It’s better to be alone and stay alive rather than toe the line and go up in flames.”
Amen on this!
Lieberman recalled the world opposition to our bombing the Iraqi reactor in 1981. Now, he said, the world recognizes that “we were right… The whole world would have paid the price” if Israel had not intervened.
An October 2 Israel Hayom-New Wave Research poll shows that 65.6% Israeli Jews would support a unilateral Israeli strike even without international support, with only 21.8% opposed.
We get it.