Monday, February 13, 2012

Monday Musings With The Crew

  • The most important thing we learned during last week's contraceptive kerfluffle is that the Obama Administration, like SACSTW, is in possession of a time machine.  Dear Leader fired that sucker up last week and gave us all a glimpse of what government healthcare will look like in our near future.  Federal interventionism is going to reach stratospheric new heights under Obamacare, and forcing religious entities to violate their own tenets is just the beginning.  Who knows, maybe even as we speak Obama is making plans to force mosques in America to serve pulled pork sandwiches on plates emblazoned with a likeness of Muhammad.  Yeah, probably not. 
  • For all of us Star Trek fans out there, one of the great mysteries of life is how super-villain Khan rose to power on Earth.  You know, before he was banished to Ceti Alpha V by Captain Kirk.......

Well, now we know.  Khan got his start as Barack Obama's Health and Human Services Secretary...

Huh, I thought a Prince of the Eugenics Wars would be taller.
  • Oklahoma State Senate bill 1433 seeks to define human life as beginning at the moment of conception. Predictably, this has pro-abortion progressives all abuzz..  An article by Jessica Pieklo at said this...."Like all other personhood measures, this one would afford that homeless cluster of cells full and equal rights under the law".  The Crew would humbly ask Ms. (i'm guessing) Pieklo exactly when that "homeless cluster of cells" becomes human life in her learned opinion.  The best part of this story is a proposed amendment to 1433.  Known as the "Every Sperm is Sacred" amendment, it reads "Any action in which a man ejaculates or otherwise deposits semen anywhere but in a women's vagina shall be construed as an action against an unborn child".  The amendment was proposed by pro-abortion Democratic State Senator Constance......(wait for it)........Johnson!  Look people, I can not make this stuff up.  Fortunately, the Johnson amendment was prematurely withdrawn before further action was needed.  I'm sure all the voters of Oklahoma are so proud.  
  • Of course the big news over the weekend was the death of Whitney Houston at 48 years of age.  A monumental talent, Houston's life was derailed by a long history of poor decisions.  Her death is an opportunity for parents to teach their children the consequences of bad decisions, and of surrounding yourself with those that make bad decisions.  Rather than dwell on the sordid circumstances surrounding Houston's demise, I'd rather just leave you with this memory of her finest moment.....

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