With President Obama as welcome on the campaign trail as brownies at a meeting of Weight Watchers, and his policies as popular as Bach at a bowling alley, Democrats can be forgiven for rolling out the old “war on women” thing. After all, it’s their ace in the hole, a proven winner when it comes to stirring up the electorate and getting out the vote.
“Those mean old Republicans want to take away your birth control, keep your wages below that of your male counterparts,” and did I hear, “deny your right to vote”? Surely that must be in there somewhere.
Can’t blame them because they have been sewing these bad seeds for so long, it’s little wonder they are hoping that some still will bear fruit.
You really can’t blame women for falling for this gambit. It’s not that women are dumb or that few take the time to research these charges that are thrown about like so much confetti before every election. It’s just that most women are simply doing their best to survive in what is fast becoming a socialist, feminist utopia.
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In golf, Obama’s favorite pastime, the “mulligan” has become SOP in friendly games.
A mulligan is a stroke that is replayed (due to bad luck or a blunder) from the spot of the previous stroke without penalty. The result is that the hole is scored as if the errant shot had never been made.
Now the president expects the country to give him a mulligan, or a do-over, on Iraq.
It isn’t happening. Read the rest of this entry »
Like many Christians, I have looked forward to each new episode of the Blue Bloods television show. It is in its 5th season and attracts more viewers than any other primetime drama on Friday night.
It follows the Reagan family of police officers with the New York City Police Department. Frank Reagan, played by Tom Selleck, is the police commissioner. The show has been refreshing in that the Reagan family’s Catholic faith has been front and center in every episode, with no apologies.
Though each family member is presented as flawed, as we all are, they all try to do the right thing. When they stray, they get back on track as they live out their faith — until recently. Read the rest of this entry »
On Friday, my seven-year-old granddaughter came home from school with a long face. “Grandmother,” she said, “is there any way a kid like me could talk to someone who could get the president to change a law?”
“The president can’t change laws, honey,” I replied. “Only Congress can do that.”
“Well, who could I talk to about changing a bad law?”
“What law is that?” I enquired.
“The one that won’t let kids vote for president.”
“If you could vote, how would you go about deciding who would make the best president?” I asked. Read the rest of this entry »
I received an email from a well-meaning friend urging me to sign a petition on MoveOn.org’s website which he felt would encourage more people to vote and improve our government.
Call me suspicious. Anything provided by MoveOn is designed to do one thing: elect more radical left-leaning candidates to lead us into a socialist utopia where the enlightened elite will live like kings and lead the rest of us around like trained monkeys. Read the rest of this entry »