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Monday, February 20, 2012

Dana Loesch "The Best Of"

ONE CLASSY "LADY" AKA DANA LOESCH

UPDATE: 2/20/12 16:20

CNN's Dana Loesch: All your (non-virgin) vaginas belong to us

CNN’s Dana Loesch: ‘Don’t Get an Abortion and You Don’t Have to Worry About Ultrasound’


NFTOS will let the sound bite speak for itself.

Best of Loesch


What the f**k is wrong with teapublcians and the total demoniac agenda they embrace and advocate for? Every day brings on a new statement or proposal that goes against everything civilized nations have come to understand as being rational and decent. We have pointed out that Dana Loesch who pathetically defended a bill which was approved by my state - Virginia state House requiring any woman seeking an abortion to undergo an ultrasound.

Please help me understand  - there is something seriously wrong with anyone (in this case, a so called woman) who equates consensual sex with a state-mandated act which involves inserting a probe inside the vagina of a woman who has not requested the procedure.

These radical people have literally lost their freaking minds.

If your on the Dana Loesch cruise liner, abandon ship while there is still time, this is truly one FUBAR chick!



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BYE - BYE PAT BUCHANNAN


Loosen the hat Pat

MSNBC fired Pat "Racist" Buchannan the other day for being......racist ("the end of white America") All the GOP ers are in uproar, not because this pasty white old man is racist, but because MSNBC knew Pat was a repugnant POS well prior to hire, so then it's ok to be a racist, and Pat is just evoking his right to "freedom of speech".


Reich-Wingers cry foul on Pat's ousting:

This is the thing with teapublicans, they defend everything vile in our society, it doesn't matter what the content is, "it's a violation of freedom of speech". So, Pat's blatant nasty snide remarks are right up the GOP's alley.

Move video to 3:13

GOP ers are well versed with two amendments of the US constitution, after one and two, it's a toss up or stretch to say they could get past three without scratching their heads and saying, "how many amendments are there? (twenty seven).

Freedom of speech and toting guns, after that, the hell with the constitution!


GOP Constitution


SIDEBAR: A funny thing happened on the way to the forum, and how quickly teapublicans forget, weren't they the very ones screaming and chanting union busting laws in Wisconsin, and hyping the fantastic idea of "Right to Work" laws?

I own two corporations in Virginia, which is a right to work state, which means in essence, both employee and employer have the right to leave, fire, at will, without cause. Hence, bye-bye Pat.

Be careful what you ask for I say. Pat was fired because MSNBC wanted to rid itself of this pungent nasty old man. Nothing more be said, what irritates the right is that it's one less nasty foul mouthed radical to be heard from.

Those on the right ask what was wrong with Buchannan's book, exactly? Its critics have labeled it racist, anti-Semitic, and homophobic. It doesn't matter WTF it was, you have served your purpose as "useful idiot", now take your pink slip and hit the curb!

A little history on Pat Buchannan:

1. Wanted to close the borders to protect white dominance. As he wrote in his 2006 book State of Emergency: “If we do not get control of our borders, by 2050 Americans of European descent will be a minority in the nation their ancestors created and built.”

2. Blamed lower test scores on minorities. In his most recent book Suicide of a Superpower: Will America Survive to 2025?, he blames minorities for dragging down the country’s test scores. “[T]he decline in academic test scores here at home and in international competition is likely to continue, as more and more of the children taking those tests will be African-American and Hispanic.

3. Claimed Jerry Sandusky’s atrocities are because of “Homosexual marriage.” Buchanan appeared on a right-wing radio show on November 15 to make some convoluted comparisons: “Let’s take this Penn State thing…these horrors, there’s an organization that marches in the gay pride parade in New York called—used to—called the North American Man Boy Love Association, which advocated voluntary sex along the lines of exactly what was going on at Penn State. Many of our political icons have marched in that parade right behind that NAMBLA float […] This is now, homosexual marriage is now the civil rights cause of the decade.”

4. Said the Jewish population in the United States dropped in the 90s because Jews aborted all their babies. Buchanan explains that the decline in the American Jewish population during the 1990s (a decline that a Brandeis study says never occurred), “is a result of the collective decision of Jews themselves. From Betty Friedan to Gloria Steinem in the 1970s to Ruth Bader Ginsburg today, Jewish women have led the battle for abortion rights. The community followed.”

5. Asserted Anders Breivik, who murdered 77 people including 69 teens in Norway, “may have been right.” Buchanan called Breivik a coward, evil, and cold-blooded, and then proceeded to defend his twisted rationale for the killings: “As for a climactic conflict between a once-Christian West and an Islamic world that is growing in numbers and advancing inexorably into Europe for the third time in 14 centuries, on this one, Breivik may be right.”

6. Claimed that all great nations punish the gays. In a Human Events column, Buchanan attacked California’s 9th Circuit Judge Vaughn Walker after his ruling of Proposition 8 as unconstitutional as a “judicial tyrant,” before going on to explain that “through history, all the great religions have condemned homosexuality and all the great nations have proscribed or punished it. None ever placed homosexual liaisons on the same plane as traditional marriage, which is the bedrock institution of any healthy society.

7. Penned “The Affirmative Action Nobel.” That’s the title of Buchanan’s October 13, 2009 column on Townhall.com in which he claims that President Obama’s Nobel Prize was simply the result of affirmative action. And the column only got worse from there: “They have reinforced the impression that Obama is someone who is forever being given prizes — Ivy League scholarships, law review editorships, prime-time speaking slots at national conventions — he did not earn.”

8. Argued that Poland and the United Kingdom had it coming in World War II. Buchanan seems to suggest in a 2009 column that World War II—and all the atrocities that accompanied it—was really the fault of Poland and Britain, for refusing to engage in diplomacy with Germany. “Why did Warsaw not negotiate with Berlin, which was hinting at an offer of compensatory territory in Slovakia? Because the Poles had a war guarantee from Britain that, should Germany attack, Britainand her empire would come to Poland’s rescue.”

9. Dabbled in Holocaust denial. Pat Buchanan danced alarmingly close to denying key facts of the Holocaust. In a 1990 column for the New York Post, he defended convicted Nazi war criminal Ivan Demjanjuk (whom he later compared to Jesus Christ) against charges from Holocaust survivors that he was guilty of murder by accusing the survivors of misremembering all of it: “This so-called ‘Holocaust Survivor Syndrome’ involves ‘group fantasies of martyrdom and heroics.’ Reportedly, half of the 20,000 survivor testimonies in Yad Vashem memorial in Jerusalem are considered ‘unreliable,’ not to be used in trials[…]The problem is: Diesel engines do not emit enough carbon monoxide to kill anybody.”

10. Argued Hitler was an individual of “great courage.” That’s just one of the quotes that the Anti-Defamation League attributes to Buchanan in their compendium of offensive remarks from Buchanan over the years. In 1977, he qualified his labeling of Hitler as racist and anti-semitic by adding that “he was also an individual of great courage, a soldier’s soldier in the Great War, a leader steeped in the history of Europe, who possessed oratorical powers that could awe even those who despised him[…]His genius was an intuitive sense of the mushiness, the character flaws, the weakness masquerading as morality that was in the hearts of the statesmen who stood in his path.”
"So now MSNBC tries to take the moral high ground. Too little, too late. They shouldn’t have hired him; firing him now just shows how opportunistic they are. He finally became inconvenient to them. Too little, too late."
"In the end, those perpetuating this abridgment of speech are the biggest losers."

Teapublicans and any other "conservative" always play the blame game, "woe-is-me", take responsibility for your actions.

What a breath of fresh air, this racist, racist, racist, racist, racist now has time to reflect and research why racism will not be tolerated circa 2012.

Bye - bye Pat, you nasty old racist!


Teapublicans have:

Pissed off Gays and lesbians - check
Pissed off African Americans - check
Pissed off Latino Americans - check
Pissed off Female Americans - check
Pissed off the remaining non-teabaggers in America - check



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