Madame Doublespeak is at it again: Nancy Pelosi: My Catholic Faith “Compels Me” to Support Same-Sex Marriage.
Doublespeak is language that deliberately disguises, distorts, or reverses the meaning of words.
Doublethink: The capacity to believe two contradictory things at the same time and believe both are true.
Or is it just more Liberal Political BS where they will say ANYTHING to be “correct” and hip 100% of the time no matter what regardless and if they actually believe it or not.
After all, Obama raised $15 million from Hollywood Liberals because he was the First Gay President! 🙂
Anchor Diane Sawyer enthused, “Well, as we said this is a historic cultural and political event in this country.”
Just like the First Black President!! Can you feel the tingle up your leg?
If a Conservative says they are for Man-Woman Marriage only they are homophobic, narrow-minded bigots and right wing crazies.
Catholics are mean-spirited haters of Women. Mormons are “cultists”.
But if a Liberal who was against it, now says (for political reasons) that they are for it they have “evolved”. You know it was politics with Obama when it came out later that he was planning to announce this closer to the convention to get the “bump” but a radical Gay Right Group forced Biden’s hand and Obama just wanted the money.
So if you’re a Conservative you “de-volve” if you have convictions. And Liberals “evolve” when they contradict everything they say.
Now, Conservatives are Neandertals. And Liberals are Homo Superiors.
And the liberal media is all a flutter and flush with pride over it. Fascinating how this works.
Mexican authorities found at least 49 decapitated and dismembered bodies along a highway in a northern border state Sunday morning, officials said.
The remains were found in the municipality of Cadereyta Jimenez, near the industrial city of Monterrey and about 80 miles southwest of the U.S. border, police said.(CNN)
But don’t worry, nothing to see here. Nothing to worry about the “more secure than ever” border. And these people never come here.
Oh, and then there’s Fast & Furious…
DENVER—A federal appeals court says illegal immigrants don’t have a right to own firearms under the U.S. Constitution.
Emmanuel Huitron-Guizar of Wyoming pleaded guilty to being an illegal immigrant in possession of firearms after his arrest last year. He was ordered held by immigration authorities at the Natrona County Detention Center in Wyoming.
An attorney for Huitron-Guizar appealed the case, saying illegal immigrants are not excluded from possessing firearms like felons and people who are mentally ill, and should have the same rights as U.S. citizens to buy a gun for hunting and protection.
The 10th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals in Denver ruled Monday that illegal immigrants have only limited protection under the Constitution. Huitron-Guizar’s attorney, Ronald Pretty of Cheyenne, Wyo., says he plans to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. (KFYI)
Remember how candidate Barack Obama complained in 2008 that any discussion not involving the economy was a “distraction”? This time, his entire campaign is built on distracting voters from the economy.
During his 2008 campaign, one of Obama’s favorite words was “distraction.” He constantly plugged it into his speeches and interviews to dismiss any controversy that might have erupted, or an issue he didn’t particularly want to talk about.
Questions about how Obama could have sat in the pews and listened to Rev. Wright’s anti-American, race-baiting screeds for years? Distraction. Questions about his relationship with radical Bill Ayers? Distraction. Questions about his qualifications to be president? Distraction.
Typically, Obama would follow up by talking about how we need to focus instead on “the real issues.” Here’s just a small sampling of Obama quotes:
• “You could see race bubbling up in a way that was distracting from the issues that I think are so important to America right now.” March 2008
• “We knew that the closer we got to the change we seek, the more we’d see of the politics we’re trying to end — the attacks and distortions that try to distract us from the issues that matter.” March 2008
• “It’s easy to get caught up in the distractions and the silliness and the tit for tat that consumes our politics.” April 2008
• ” Yes, we know what’s coming. … The same efforts to distract us from the issues that affect our lives by pouncing on every gaffe and association and fake controversy in the hope that the media will play along.” May 2008
• “When we get distracted by those kinds of questions, I think we do a disservice to the American people.” July 2008
• “Sen. McCain and his operatives are gambling that he can distract you with smears rather than talk to you about substance. … I’m going to keep talking about the issues that matter — about the economy and health care and education and energy.” October 2008
Obama even used the distraction gambit to challenge actual policies.
In 2002, for example, in his speech against the Iraq war, Obama said it was just an “attempt by political hacks like Karl Rove to distract us from a rise in the uninsured, a rise in the poverty rate, a drop in the median income.”
He even complained about the entire gay marriage issue in his “Audacity of Hope” book, saying that “the heightened focus on marriage is a distraction from other, attainable measures to prevent discrimination of gays and lesbians.”
Of course, the media dutifully played along, challenging any Republican who brought any of this up as trying to distract the public from the important issues.
But now that Obama has to defend his record on the issues he claimed were the only ones the mattered — jobs, energy, health care — he has nothing to offer but distractions.
He goes on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to distract the public for a while with his alleged coolness. He jets to Afghanistan to distract the country with boasts about how he courageously ordered the killing of Osama bin Laden. Then he tries to distract the public again by shifting his position on gay marriage for the fifth time.
And, naturally, the media gladly fall in line, running 5,000-word pieces on Romney’s high school days, for just one current example, as if that’s what Americans actually care about.
Does Obama, or his friends in the media, really think he’ll have enough material to keep the public distracted from his utter failure as a president all the way to November? (IBD)
But pointing this out is just a “partisan” distraction from how wonderful Obama is and how “evolved” he is! 🙂