Sunday, August 19, 2012

"Legitimate rape", and more right wing terror.

Will one of my republican friends reading this post please explain "legitimate rape" to me?

"Rep. Todd Akin, the newly-christened GOP Senate nominee in Missouri, said this weekend that “legitimate rape” rarely causes pregnancy.

Explaining his no-exceptions policy on abortions, Akin was asked why he opposes abortion even when the pregnancy is the result of rape." [Source]

I don't think that Todd Akin has explained to us what he meant by that statement as yet, but he might as well save his breath. If I were the head of the Missouri republican party I would be begging Mr. Akin to drop out of the race as soon as possible. But who knows? Maybe his strange take on the subject of rape will not affect his standing with the voters in the Show- Me state. It probably won't among republicans, but what of the other independent minded people who actually think for themselves? We will see.

In case you haven't been paying attention, there was yet another horrific act committed by an extremist group here in America over the past week. This one took place down in Bayou country.

"NEW ORLEANS (AP) — At least some of the seven people arrested in a fatal shootout with Louisiana deputies have been linked to violent anarchists on the FBI's domestic terrorism watch lists, a sheriff said Saturday.

Detectives had been monitoring the group before Thursday's shootout in Laplace in which two deputies were killed and two more wounded, said DeSoto Parish Sheriff Rodney Arbuckle. His detectives and other law enforcement discovered the suspects were heavily armed adherents to an ideology known as the "sovereign citizens" movement.

The FBI has classified "sovereign citizens" as people who believe they are free from all duties of a U.S. citizen, like paying taxes. The FBI considers the group's members a danger for making threats to judges and law enforcement, using fake currency and impersonating police officers." [Source]

When the Department of Homeland Security issued a report in 2009 detailing concerns about growing right wing extremist movements in America, folks on the right --and their media arms like FOX NEWS-- were quick to jump to the defense of these nut cases, and they played down the report as just more partisanship from the Obama administration. Their outcry was loud and effective. So much so that Homeland Security Secretary, Janet Napolitano, was moved to apologize.

I really wish that she hadn't done that, because her department was right. These groups are on the rise, and they are becoming more violent and extreme with every passing day. Emboldened by like minded individuals on the Internet, conservative talk radio, and irresponsible and unhinged public figures; these types of groups have become uncomfortably close to the American main stream. They hate the government. (Sounds familiar?)They hate the fact that America is getting browner, and they hate that a man with a Muslin sounding name can lead the country that they grew up in.

"Sovereign citizens are a loosely organized movement founded in the 1970s and more fully developed in the 1980s, according to the Anti-Defamation League website. Sovereign citizens believe that all levels of government have no jurisdiction over them and resist — sometimes with violence — authority including police, the website said.

They also like to use what is dubbed "paper terrorism." It involves using frivolous lawsuits and fake documents and of using genuine documents such as IRS forms to intimidate, harass and coerce public officials, law enforcement officers and private citizens."

Hmmm, "frivolous" lawsuits. Again, does this sound familiar?




     





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Whitey's Conspiracy said...
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Whitey's Conspiracy said...

"If I were the head of the Missouri republican party I would be begging Mr. Akin to drop out of the race as soon as possible. "
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Now there you go again Field, making sense to the republiklan like they're a regular political party. I'm afraid it's useless: blurting out visceral know-nothingism, misogyny, racism, nativism and homophobia are the trademark of 21st century ameriklan "Christian Conservatives" and the centerpiece of the plutocrats' electoral strategy.

Anonymous said...

"If I were the head of the Missouri republican party ....

You would have dirty Knees...


"Hmmm, "frivolous" lawsuits. Again, does this sound familiar?"

Why, yes it does. Hey Barry is Eric in that room with you? Which of our states is he suing today to get more stuff for illegal aliens?

Whitey's Conspiracy said...

Now there you go again Field, making sense to the republiklan like they're a regular political party. I'm afraid it's useless: blurting out visceral know-nothingism, misogyny, racism, nativism and homophobia are the trademark of 21st century ameriklan "Christian Conservatives" and the centerpiece of the plutocrats' electoral strategy.

Oh look ma, it's Karl Marx; maybe we should rename the Democrat party The Commun-ist party because y'all have so many different 'ist's" it must drive you crazy figuring out how not to solve something and selecting the appropriate 'ism and "ist" you need to be against at any given time. Maybe you should just be a flor - ist and stick a daisy in your pa-tuu-tee. (if you can get the gerbil out first).

This guy Todd Akin sounds nuts, but Whitey you still don't have room to talk, you think getting poop on your pee-pee and having anally violate you is NORMAL. We all know it isn't no matter how much you squeal like a little girl to be accepted.





































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"If I were the head of the Missouri republican party ....

You would have dirty Knees...


"Hmmm, "frivolous" lawsuits. Again, does this sound familiar?"

Why, yes it does. Hey Barry is Eric in that room with you? Which of our states is he suing today to get more stuff for illegal aliens?

ko-ko-ko-ran-ran-ran said...

Barack Obama's War -- and he's losing it. More accurately, he's lost it.


Another NATO troop killed by Afghan cop

REUTERS

August 19, 2012

KABUL, Afghanistan — Another NATO soldier was killed on Sunday by an Afghan police officer, raising the coalition death toll from so-called "green on blue" shootings to nine in 11 days as the United States urged Kabul to step up screening of recruits.

The growing insider threat has eroded trust between NATO and its Afghan allies, causing a headache for Western powers who are planning to pull out most of their troops by the end of 2014.

U.S. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Afghan President Hamid Karzai agreed to boost vetting of Afghan recruits to try to put an end to the spiraling attacks, now averaging one a week and far surpassing last year's toll.

Panetta also urged the president during a telephone call to work with NATO to boost counterintelligence efforts and speak more to village elders who have ties to the army and police, the Pentagon said in a statement.

"They expressed shared concern over this issue and agreed that American and Afghan officials should work even more closely together to minimize the potential" for future attacks, it added.

The latest killing took place in the Spin Boldak district of southern Kandahar. Another foreign solder was wounded. Provincial officials said early inquires showed no sign of Taliban involvement.

Two U.S. special forces were shot dead on Friday by an Afghan militia member in western Farah province just as reclusive Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Mohammad Omar boasted that insurgents had successfully infiltrated security forces.

With Sunday's shooting, this year's death toll of NATO forces and contractors killed by their Afghan partners stands at 38 in 31 incidents compared to 35 dead in 21 attacks for all of 2011.

BAMIYAN BOMB

Adding to the carnage at the start of the three-day Eid festival ending Ramadan, three New Zealand soldiers were killed by an improvised bomb in northeast Bamiyan, thought to be the country's safest province until a string of recent attacks.

NATO's top commander in Afghanistan, U.S. General John Allen, last week ordered all coalition forces to carry a loaded magazine in their weapons at all times on base after six Marines were killed on August 10 in two separate insider shootings.

The attack on the New Zealand soldiers in rugged Bamiyan province, meanwhile, underscored the growing reach of insurgents in a area thought until recently to be largely safe.

Two other New Zealand soldiers were killed and six wounded on August 5 in an insurgent attack blamed on a small band of hardcore militants said to have infiltrated the province to undermine security, targeting foreign and Afghan security forces. New Zealand has now lost 10 soldiers in Afghanistan.

Bamiyan was a focus of world attention in March 2001 when Afghanistan's former Taliban government destroyed two colossal sandstone Buddhas carved into cliffs, targeting the 1,700 year-old statues with tank and anti-aircraft guns, as well as dynamite, because they were un-Islamic.

Bamiyan was one of the first provinces to be handed over to Afghan security forces in July 2011, with around 1,000 lightly armed Afghan police and intelligence forces based there, but no Afghan soldiers.




Obama's cam-pain said...

Democrats are working overtime to steer the conversation away from Eric Holder's Fast & Furious gun-running operation and away from the utter failure of Obama to accmplish anything that matters.

As we all know, the death of bin Laden has changed nothing for Americans, but Obama's handling of the aftermath has angered Navy SEALs.

Thus, Obama wasted the only good PR he's gotten in almost four years. He must have thought it was a crisis, which Rahm told him he should never waste.

Anonymous said...

Eric Holders testimony on Voter ID. Hang your head in shame. This assclown simply said some people are too stupid (he called it biologically capable) to be able to get an ID and Latinos feel more comfortable and included in our society if they don't have present ID to vote. No doubt due to the corrupt voting process in Latin America and their illegal status in the US.

“Throughout history minorities and the poor have been prevented from voting by means such as ‘poll taxes’ and literacy tests…and requiring voters to produce government-issued IDs today is in the same vein of those discriminatory practices back then.

“Let’s be frank, much of the anthropological data (the Justice Department) has acquired concludes that people of certain ethnicities are simply biologically incapable of obtaining voter identifications.”

In Asia, Africa, but especially Latin America, people have not asked to produce documentation proving who they said they were, even when going to vote…granted the few occasions they were allowed to do so.

“It’s a simple matter of respect. Either we can honor the traditions of ethnicities in the U.S. who have no historical cultural demand they prove who they are, or we can take a step back to the days of Jim Crow and force people who have no familiarity with proving who they are to do so in a most uncomfortable setting (voting).”

“After all, this is America; we’re founded on ‘inclusion;’ on making people from other nations and cultures feel comfortable. How else can we achieve that unless we allow Hispan…I mean, uhh, ‘people’ to practice the traditions of the native lands they came from? Anything less would be discriminatory.”



Stephen Matlock said...

W/r/t Todd Akin, I'm conflicted about whether he should withdraw. On the one hand, he's a terrible candidate and unworthy of his office. On the other hand, being that he's a terrible candidate means he's unlikely to win a seat that up to now was his to lose.

W/r/t the "sovereign citizens"--why aren't they being called "terrorists"?

Anonymous said...

This is hilarious, Moonbats - The Age of Nefarious.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=rslqQlF6BH8#!

field negro said...

Wingnuts have officially become unhinged.

Obama in chains said...

Newsweek strikes:

Niall Ferguson:

Obama’s Gotta Go

Aug 19, 2012 1:00 AM EDT

Why does Paul Ryan scare the president so much? Because Obama has broken his promises, and it’s clear that the GOP ticket’s path to prosperity is our only hope.

I was a good loser four years ago. “In the grand scheme of history,” I wrote the day after Barack Obama’s election as president, “four decades is not an especially long time. Yet in that brief period America has gone from the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. to the apotheosis of Barack Obama. You would not be human if you failed to acknowledge this as a cause for great rejoicing.”

Despite having been—full disclosure—an adviser to John McCain, I acknowledged his opponent’s remarkable qualities: his soaring oratory, his cool, hard-to-ruffle temperament, and his near faultless campaign organization.

Yet the question confronting the country nearly four years later is not who was the better candidate four years ago. It is whether the winner has delivered on his promises.

And the sad truth is that he has not.

In his inaugural address, Obama promised “not only to create new jobs, but to lay a new foundation for growth.” He promised to “build the roads and bridges, the electric grids, and digital lines that feed our commerce and bind us together.”

He promised to “restore science to its rightful place and wield technology’s wonders to raise health care’s quality and lower its cost.” And he promised to “transform our schools and colleges and universities to meet the demands of a new age.”

Unfortunately the president’s scorecard on every single one of those bold pledges is pitiful.

Newsweek

@Newsweek COVER STORY: Obama has broken his promises, and it's clear that the GOP ticket's path to prosperity is our only hope

In an unguarded moment earlier this year, the president commented that the private sector of the economy was “doing fine.”

Certainly, the stock market is well up (by 74 percent) relative to the close on Inauguration Day 2009. But the total number of private-sector jobs is still 4.3 million below the January 2008 peak. Meanwhile, since 2008, a staggering 3.6 million Americans have been added to Social Security’s disability insurance program.

This is one of many ways unemployment is being concealed.

In his fiscal year 2010 budget—the first he presented—the president envisaged growth of 3.2 percent in 2010, 4.0 percent in 2011, 4.6 percent in 2012. The actual numbers were 2.4 percent in 2010 and 1.8 percent in 2011; few forecasters now expect it to be much above 2.3 percent this year.

Unemployment was supposed to be 6 percent by now. It has averaged 8.2 percent this year so far.

Meanwhile real median annual household income has dropped more than 5 percent since June 2009.

Nearly 110 million individuals received a welfare benefit in 2011, mostly Medicaid or food stamps.

Obama in chains said...

Newsweek continues to strike:

Welcome to Obama’s America: nearly half the population is not represented on a taxable return—almost exactly the same proportion that lives in a household where at least one member receives some type of government benefit. We are becoming the 50–50 nation—half of us paying the taxes, the other half receiving the benefits.

And all this despite a far bigger hike in the federal debt than we were promised.

According to the 2010 budget, the debt in public hands was supposed to fall in relation to GDP from 67 percent in 2010 to less than 66 percent this year. If only. By the end of this year, according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), it will reach 70 percent of GDP.

These figures significantly understate the debt problem, however. The ratio that matters is debt to revenue. That number has leapt upward from 165 percent in 2008 to 262 percent this year, according to figures from the International Monetary Fund.

Among developed economies, only Ireland and Spain have seen a bigger deterioration.

Not only did the initial fiscal stimulus fade after the sugar rush of 2009, but the president has done absolutely nothing to close the long-term gap between spending and revenue.

His much-vaunted health-care reform will not prevent spending on health programs growing from more than 5 percent of GDP today to almost 10 percent in 2037.

Add the projected increase in the costs of Social Security and you are looking at a total bill of 16 percent of GDP 25 years from now. That is only slightly less than the average cost of all federal programs and activities, apart from net interest payments, over the past 40 years.

Under this president’s policies, the debt is on course to approach 200 percent of GDP in 2037—a mountain of debt that is bound to reduce growth even further.


The article is many pages longer, and it can be found online at Newsweek.

anarchy, anarchy, that's for me said...

The "Sovereign Citizens" are common criminals, as they will soon learn when they go to trial.

Only field, who purports to have graduated from law school, seems baffled by these clowns.

They've evaded taxes and now it appears they've murdered two cops and injured a couple more.

Their silly arguments about sovereignty are legal nonsense and those arguments will have no effect on their trials, convictions and sentences. They're all going away for life.

Perhaps they'll be executed, which will bother no one except the usual crowd of death-penalty opponents.

I R S-tupid said...

Every time these moronic "Sovereign Citizens" attempt to exempt themselves from paying taxes with their groundless lawsuits, they lose.

Many have gone to jail.

Meanwhile, many of these meatheads live on the edge of poverty, so their refusal to pay taxes is only noticed by their idiotic tax filings. They're shorting the Treasury by very little, fortunately.

Anonymous said...

"legitimate rape" is something the duke rape hoax wasn't.

Anonymous said...

"These groups are on the rise"

still haven't reached the levels of leftwing black and muslim terrorist groups here in obama's amerkkka.

Anonymous said...

Field, you are playing dumb. Every married man AND woman knows what "Legitimate rape" is.

What kind of lawyer are you? Don't you handle divorces?

Whitey's Conspiracy said...

We have some so-called "sovereign citizens" South of me in the San Joaquin. Most of the white people there are 2nd and 3rd generation descendants of '30s transplants from Arkansas, Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle. That's where the sc movement and much of the other violent right is homebased. Anything that happens back in the red dirt country migrates to Bakersfield and Fresno as fast as a temporary tagged 25 year old trans am with 4 different sized tires can carry it.

Anonymous said...

Re: "Sovereign Citizens". Are there Blacks in the group? Yeah, some brothers feel they shouldn't have to pay taxes because of discrimination.

Looks like they are about to terrorize America. The FBI and local law enforcement mean nothing to this group. Hell, they might as well be terrorists from the middle east.

Field, this is damn depressing.

depressed Negro

Anonymous said...

Whitey's Conspiracy said...
We have some so-called "sovereign citizens" South of me in the San Joaquin. Most of the white people there are 2nd and 3rd generation descendants of '30s transplants from Arkansas, Oklahoma and the Texas panhandle. That's where the sc movement and much of the other violent right is homebased. Anything that happens back in the red dirt country migrates to Bakersfield and Fresno as fast as a temporary tagged 25 year old trans am with 4 different sized tires can carry it.

WhAT? wtf IS TIS HONKY SYIN?

Anonymous said...

"WhAT? wtf IS TIS HONKY SYIN?"

Say What????

Anonymous said...

"WhAT? wtf IS TIS HONKY SYIN?"

It's much too deep for you to understand.

field negro said...

I suppose "legitimate rape" is how wingnuts have sex. Depressed Negro, now that is depressing.

Anonn@11:21, please provide a link to the latest killing by a black Muslim hate group in America against a government agency.

Take all the time you need, I will wait.....

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
"WhAT? wtf IS TIS HONKY SYIN?"

It's much too deep for you to understand.

DEep my foot in yo aSS be deEP u like beyatch gone like dat

Whoopie Goldberg said...

field negro said...
I suppose "legitimate rape" is how wingnuts have sex. Depressed Negro, now that is depressing.

Well you know it isn't like a "rape" - "rape"

changecomesslow.com said...

Men are never subjected to the microaggressions women endure that at times can lead to sexual assault or rape. For Representative Todd Aikin to illegitimize any type of violent sexual act against a woman for any reason, let alone for reasons motivated by politics, makes one wonder what he would urge if one of his female loved ones was raped and turned up pregnant.

I am disgusted a man with a wife and six children, among them girls, believes in his bones rape can be categorized and substantiated. Representative Todd Aikin’s remarks are a tiny blip on the abortion rights radar when at the heart of his statement he is demonizing a certain group of women for abuse they never invited.

diaryofanegress.com said...

Field:

Why is this shocking coming from a white RethugliKlan? Did they have a camp called "Ni@@erhead?"

Didn't they say that slavery helped the black family unit?

What else is new?

Anonymous said...

"diaryofanegress.com said...
Field:

Why is this shocking coming from a white RethugliKlan? Did they have a camp called "Ni@@erhead?"

Didn't they say that slavery helped the black family unit?

What else is new?"

No but I hear one is opening up called Empty but Nappy.

Don't you love nature, despite what it did to you?

enemies, foreign and domestic said...

Maybe Obama can have his Branch Davidian moment before the election.

Maybe his Attorney General can authorize an assault on a Sovereign Citizen compound, where agemts kill almost everyone on the grounds, women and children included, while several of those agents also get themselves shot to death.

Maybe, he could send SEAL Team 6 in to do the job. Wouldn't that be something?

raping for columbine said...

Legitimate rape?

You know, the kind where the woman is hit and/or coerced by force. A gun or knife pointed at her.

Legitimate. When there's no doubt whatever happened happened against her will.

Not the morning-after remorse type -- after getting drunk or high with someone and then having sex.

Not the imaginary rape, like the kind Crystal Mangum tried to pin on the Duke lacross players. Or the imaginary rape reported by Tawana Brawley.

Remarkably, the pregnancy rate for women who claim they were raped is about 100 times higher than the pregnancy rate for women who are actually trying to get pregnant.

Anonymous said...

Field said,

"Anonn@11:21, please provide a link to the latest killing by a black Muslim hate group in America against a government agency.

Take all the time you need, I will wait....."

5:16 AM
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I like the way you respond to these all-knowing wingnuts. What surprises me is they are supposedly people of God. But they LIE, LIE AND LIE. In addition, they clearly are racist.

How do you converse with a mind and heart like that who call themselves Christians but believes in "legitimate rape?" How does Christianity work?

How do you converse with Christians- like the Sovereign Citizens- who kill and terrorize Americans? Either they don't believe in God or they believe but don't give a damn about God.

Either way, they represent the cold inhumane dark heart of extreme right-wingers. They are bent on enslaving Blacks and other minorities, terrorizing and killing Muslims, and anti-government.

What is a mystery is WHY must the FBI and AG wait so long to arrest these crazy killers?

Anonymous said...

raping for columbine said, "Remarkably, the pregnancy rate for women who claim they were raped is about 100 times higher than the pregnancy rate for women who are actually trying to get pregnant."

Would you mind sharing the facts that precipitated your conclusion?

Anonymous said...

Boy! N.O. is a bad-ass gun-smoking town.

Anonymous said...

Tonights theme - Tax's or war on women Moonbats don't learn from mistakes they just keep repeating them.

the monkey's uncle said...

Joe Biden. Fear of Biden becoming president has Secret Service agents working harder than ever, working especially hard even when they're hiring hookers in Colombia:


Peggy Noonan: If Biden Were Republican Meet the Press's Topic Would Be 'How Stupid Is This Person?'

August 19, 2012

Following in former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani's footsteps, the Wall Street Journal's Peggy Noonan on Sunday made a strong comment about the media's handling of Vice President Joe Biden's recent miscues.


DAVID GREGORY, HOST: Peggy, what did you make of this whole episode this week?

PEGGY NOONAN, WALL STREET JOURNAL: Oh, well I thought everything Rudy Giuliani just said was true.

If it had been a Republican vice presidential candidate who had made those gaffes, one after another, so comically, and all on tape, the subject today of the panel would be how stupid is this person, can this person possibly govern?

Giuliani said on tape moments earlier, "I truly believe if that were a Republican, if Sarah Palin made that level of mistakes, Dick Cheney, he'd be plastered all over the media. The New York Times would go nuts."

The press should be so proud of themselves.

raping for columbine said...

Anonymous 12:45 said...

raping for columbine said,

"Remarkably, the pregnancy rate for women who claim they were raped is about 100 times higher than the pregnancy rate for women who are actually trying to get pregnant."

Would you mind sharing the facts that precipitated your conclusion?


In 2010 about 85,000 rapes were reported. Meanwhile, for the same year, women who claimed they were raped AND Impregnated by the Rapist number about 33,000.

You can take it from there.

Whitey's Conspiracy said...

Has anyone else noticed the uncanny resemblence between Aiken and (supposedly) deceased dick-tater Hafez al Assad? Could he be a "manchurian candidate" working his way up the ladder? Where's the outcry for his long-form birth certificate?

Anonymous said...

Whitey's Conspiracy said...
Has anyone else noticed the uncanny resemblence between Aiken and (supposedly) deceased dick-tater Hafez al Assad? Could he be a "manchurian candidate" working his way up the ladder? Where's the outcry for his long-form birth certificate?

Whitey - you see, there you go again Cock this, dick-tater that; you are proof homosexuals are crazy and have cock on the brain.

What is a "dick-tater" anyway? is that something YOU pop in your mouth? Do you have cole slaw with that?

Anonymous said...


In 2010 about 85,000 rapes were reported. Meanwhile, for the same year, women who claimed they were raped AND Impregnated by the Rapist number about 33,000.

You can take it from there.


Obama says the maths is hard and you be racist if you make me do the maths or take the test.

Anonymous said...

Yep, the white male paranoia continues. They are scared of everything and they lash out. Blah prez and them scary brown peoples moving in all over, I'm just surprised it took this long for this kind of crap. Imagine if Barack is re-elected.

PX

raping for columbine said...

Rape is Rape. In Obamaland that means those female high school teachers having sex with male students are equal to brutal males thugs who leave their female victims in a bloody pulp -- that is, if they don't compound the crime by murdering their targets.

Obama On Todd Akin: 'Rape Is Rape'

The Huffington Post | By Sam Stein Posted: 08/20/2012

In a surprise news conference Monday, President Barack Obama addressed the controversy surrounding a remark by Rep. Todd Akin (R-Mo.) that women who suffer "legitimate rape" rarely get pregnant.

"The views expressed were offensive," said Obama.

"Rape is rape. And the idea that we should be parsing and qualifying and slicing what types of rape we are talking about doesn't make sense to the American people and certainly doesn't make sense to me.

So what I think these comments do underscore is why we shouldn't have a bunch of politicians, a majority of whom are men, making health care decisions on behalf of women."

The comments are the most high profile in a series of rebukes from both Democrats and Republicans.

Earlier in the day, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney also condemned Akin, who is running to unseat Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-Mo.).

Obama did not call on Akin to leave the race, as some Republicans have done.

"He was nominated by the Republicans in Missouri," he said, "I will let them sort that out."

He did, however, use the opportunity to contrast his approach toward women's health care with that of the GOP.

"Although these particular comments have led Governor Romney and other Republicans to distance themselves, I think the underlying notion that we should be making decisions on behalf of women for their health care decisions, or qualifying forcible rape versus non-forcible rape, I think those are broader issues," Obama said.

"And that is a significant difference in approach between me and the other party."


lay back and enjoy it said...

If, as Obama claims, Rape is Rape, can we not say Jobs are Jobs? Or are jobs classified in numerous ways, but rape is not?

Can we not say Religion is Religion? No one would challenge that idea, would they?

What about marriage? Can we not say Marriage is Marriage?

If it is, why then do we in the US prosecute muslim husbands who murder their wives or daughters when the females upset them? After all, according to Islam, a husband has the right to murder his wife.

But US law says he does not. Meanwhile, muslim wives are required to submit to the sexual demands of their husbands. They cannot say NO. I guess that means NO is not NO. But Obama says Rape is Rape and NO is NO, but among muslim couples there is no rape.

Meanwhile, I would venture that about 95% of black females lose their virginity by way of statutory rape. Just a guess. Maybe it's 99%. Can't say for sure.

field negro said...

That comment from Slappy was astonishingly stupid even for him. Please provide a link to back up that claim about statutory rape among black females.

Meanwhile, I will try to find one about incest and white males. Although, judging from your comments, I probably don't have to.

on the stroll said...

If Rape is Rape, is not Bill Clinton a rapist?

Several women accused him of rape, and, as we all know, if a woman claims you have raped her, well, it is a fact that you have.

How can any man stand by while a woman's virtue is at stake? Even if she is black, nearly naked, and wobbling along the street trying to flag down cars. Really, such a disgraceful attitude. It's despicable.

Anonymous said...

He did, however, use the opportunity to contrast his approach toward women's health care with that of the GOP.

"Although these particular comments have led Governor Romney and other Republicans to distance themselves, I think the underlying notion that we should be making decisions on behalf of women for their health care decisions, or qualifying forcible rape versus non-forcible rape, I think those are broader issues," Obama said.

"And that is a significant difference in approach between me and the other party."

Oiy the guys an idiot and it's not about party.

But speaking of Obamas comments does he consider it rape when he lies and fucks the whole country to get re-elected or does he imagine we are all willing particants who just don't know yet that we like it like his moonbat worshippers do?

Anonymous said...

field negro said...
That comment from Slappy was astonishingly stupid even for him. Please provide a link to back up that claim about statutory rape among black females.

Meanwhile, I will try to find one about incest and white males. Although, judging from your comments, I probably don't have to.

Oh that was "Precious".

Anonymous said...

Obama caught red handing lying. No doubt now. He threw his campaign under the bus. I don't think there any wheels left at this point.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=AoPMi8nNyWI

statutes unlimited said...

field asks:

Please provide a link to back up that claim about statutory rape among black females.

There are roughly 10,000 links on Google. You can do your own research.

You should be able to impute the obvious starting from what you know about the black teen pregnancy rate.

Whitey's Conspiracy said...

The klan just pulled all of Aiken's organizational funding. They want him gone like a fart in the wind. Obviously I hope that he weathers the storm; one paleo-klandidate like him with loose lips is worth hundreds of millions in superpac donations to the Democrats.

What a great couple of weeks for Obama. First the Ryan pick and now Aiken to flog into November. What's next? Romney's tax returns get leaked to wikileaks? Mrs. Romney actually suggests that the poor eat cake?


Whitey's Conspiracy said...

Thanks for yet again pointing out the phallic symbolism a non, you seem to have an eye for it.

field negro said...

No links Slappy? I thought so.

Anonymous said...

How can any man stand by while a woman's virtue is at stake? Even if she is black, nearly naked, and wobbling along the street trying to flag down cars. Really, such a disgraceful attitude. It's despicable.


5:14 PM
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Talking about a Sistah 'wobbling' down the street is a racist statement. It implies that Sistahs are overweight and fat. That is just not true.

Dear Mr. Field, please do a legitimate post to prove to these racist right-wingers that there are very few 'legitimate' fat Sistahs in America.... Thanking you in advance.. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Whitey, "Mrs. Romney actually suggests that the poor eat cake? "

Well, we DO eat twinkes.

spiderkev said...

How anybody in their right mind could vote for these republican assholes is beyond my understanding.