Abortion guilt drives hatred for Palin

 

INHUMAN CRUELTY: the new woman on woman violence

Madonna, Bernhard and others wish Palin physical harm

Abortion guilt drives frenzy

 

‘Not enough you kill your baby, you want to kill Sarah too?’

 

By Allan Erickson

10.11.08

 

 

If reading the following article from Down Under doesn’t make you sick, then you suffer from Distinct Conscience Loss, and Inhuman Cruelty Syndrome, a disease affecting millions of people.  Symptoms include irrational outbursts, merciless assault, lashing invective, murderous rhetoric, and savage condemnations, all delivered without conscience or regard for inevitable consequences.

 

 

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Politics by sexploitation for Sarah Palin’s critics

Andrew Bolt

October 10, 2008

http://www.news.com.au/heraldsun/story/0,21985,24472787-5000117,00.html

 

EXCERPTS:

 

BRIGITTE Bardot this week was just the latest to lift Sarah Palin’s skirts and sneer. It wasn’t enough for the French film legend to write to the Republican vice-presidential nominee, saying she was wrong on guns and global warming.  She had to add: “You are a disgrace to women.”

 

Here’s writer and director Michael Seitzman, writing on the prominent Left-wing Huffington Post: “Basically, I want to have sex with her on my Barack Obama sheets while my wife reads aloud from the Constitution.”

 

Salon.com’s Gary Kamiya sneered: “The more Palin drilled the Democrats, the more hotly the (Republican) base yearned to drill her.” Author Cintra Wilson called her a “f…able” blow-up doll, giving Republicans a “hardcore pornographic centrefold spread”.

 

Palin is just “a stewardess” and “snarling bitch”, snarled TV star Bill Maher.

 

Here’s “comedian” Sarah Bernhard, as reported by NewsBusters: Palin would be “gang-raped by my black brothers” if she came to New York.

 

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It is almost beyond mind-boggling to watch and hear women denigrate Palin, and worse.  The vicious assaults on her character, her politics, go beyond any all reason, launching into such vitriol as to deny her very personhood.

 

Bolt’s article details serial assaults, all from the Left, all from Hollywood media types. 

 

In addition, get a load of Madonna on her “Sticky & Sweet” tour recently— “nothing personal, I’m gonna kick her ass”:

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3vrmXRdOOs

 

Madonna reassures the crowd she loves Palin’s soul.  Uh-huh.  Just as you love common courtesy, civilized behavior, goodness and mercy, eh Material Girl?

 

Here is another fine example:

 

“She’s in a skirt, that’s about it,” Sigourney Weaver, “Incensed” By Sarah Palin—

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2008/10/10/sigourney-weaver-incensed_n_133682.html

 

Whoopi Goldberg: “Sarah Palin Is a Very Dangerous Woman.”

 

Remember the Dem woman politician who said Palin’s only qualification for office “appears to be she’s never had an abortion.”

 

You see people, it is a crime to disagree with Left, punishable by violence.  (And they get their panties in a wad if some nut case hollers something silly at a McCain rally.)

 

Sarah Palin can’t possibly be a woman and be prolife!  She can’t possibly be intelligent and conservative!  She can’t possibly be serious and confess Christ!

 

Therefore, she is a legitimate target!  Shoot her!  And the mob lurches to the drumbeat of hate, real hate, deep hate, torches and pitch forks in hand.

 

These are crimes against humanity.  This is the real face of fascism.  This will eventually lead to serious violence.  It’s only a matter of time.  The attacks on Sarah Palin are demonic.

 

Madonna and Weaver and Goldberg and Berhard are reprobate:  unprincipled, depraved, corrupt, morally bankrupt, beyond rescue, anathema. (Look it up.)

 

Best way to confront these snakes?   Vote McCain/Palin!  And pray for them, for the Lord is slow to anger, but it is a fearful thing to fall into the hands of the living God.

 

PS:  One explanation for the rage these women express toward Sarah Palin—Many of them have had abortions.  They cannot process the deep guilt they feel.  It eats at them.  Their conscience wars with their minds.  Consequently, they lash out at Palin because her very presence provokes memories and pain.  Too bad they refuse to come back from the dark side, to receive healing at the Cross, the only place any of us find forgiveness. 

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18 Responses to Abortion guilt drives hatred for Palin

  1. theaudacityofjesus says:

    You need to learn what Jesus said about Abortions…Read abot it in the book “The Audacity of Jesus.”
    Shalom, Lehitraot.

  2. Allan Erickson says:

    Please share the quotes, but I must say, if they are conjured by man rather than taken from the very Scripture Jesus pointed to as Truth, they will remain invalid.

    How is this for an example of what Christ says: Jeremiah 1: 5

    “Before I formed you in the wormb I knew you . . .”

    Mind blower huh? Life begins BEFORE conception!

  3. Traci says:

    Allan, you quote the Bible out of context. You also exchange one word for another in that quote, if you were a biblical scholar as you claim you will know what I am speaking about. By the way, you do realize this stuff was mosty written during the 1600’s right during Martin Luther’s times, some 15 and a half centuries after Christus walked on this earth as reported by Tacitus in the Annals. From where does the name Jesus come from, since that was never his name? Here’s a hint, it’s a name for God in a certain religion. It was never his name, nor God’s name. Jesus and Allah, both mean the same in their resepective languages.

    Now then, after giving you a crash course on Theology 101 which you folks like to keep suppressed. I ask you this….

    What excuse will you use for we women who are unable to bear children? I dislike Palin for several reasons. Her doing business with TransCanada whom she signed that disastrous (for Alaska) pipeline deal, a company which has been found guilty of Human Rights Abuses. Even the shareholders revolted against the company. Look it up if you disbelieve me. So where is the news reporting on her connection to this company? And why cannot Palin speak for herself? Why does she speak from a script? She repeated the same lie 7 times in 7 different speeches. Each speech was exactly the same, that’s how I know they were scripted. Besides, she’s flip-flopped on so many things since she was chosen VP, I have no idea where she stands anymore, except next to McCain. And what of her abuse of power? And the tanning bed? And why is at least 1 book missing from the library if she really wasn’t in favor of censoring books?

    And before someone jumps on here, even you Mr. Erickson, to attack me as an Obama supporter, oh I could list even more reasons why I could vote against him too. But this article isn’t about Obama.

    It’s about ME. And women you pander, slander and patronize. The GOP says it would like the disaffected female vote after the fallout between Obama and Hillary. But this is the absolute wrong way to go about it. You have to respect people’s opinions. And if there’s enough personal opinions with valid reasons, then maybe the candidates should change something. Do you not think so?

    As I said previously, I am unable to have kids. So what Bible verse applies to me? Did God look at me before creation and see where I would be born as pure of heart, no criminal record, some have called me “pretty” (but even that is subjective opinion) and that I would be happily married, and yet….. unable to have children because of some quirk with my body?

    I cannot wait to hear you explain that.

  4. Allan Erickson says:

    I assume you are referencing Jeremiah 1:5? Do you mean exchanging the word “knew” for the word “chose”? Do you refer to the calling of Jeremiah by God the Father and contend the Trinity speaks with three seaprate/disparate voices? Do you think the Father calling out Jeremiah, ‘knowing’ him prior to conception, or ‘choosing’ eve before being knit together has no relevance to the issues of sanctity of life and/or abortion? Are you saying I must cross-reference as follows:

    Job 31:15
    Did not he who made me in the womb make them? Did not the same one form us both within our mothers?

    Psalm 22:9
    Psalm 139:13
    Eccelesiastes 11:5
    Isaiah 49:5
    Luke 1:4
    Luke 1:44

    If you study, you’ll notice the Bible is actually 66 books written by 40 authors over the course of 1600 years running into the 1st Century. I don’t knwo what you mean by something written in the 1600s

    Yeshua, Jesus is the name given the Son by the Father.

    I’m sorry you cannot have children, but I have no idea what you are referring to when challenge me in this regard. Is it God’s will you not have children? I don’t know. I’m glad you are happily married.

    I do not pander, slander or patronize women. Don’t even have a notion of what you are referring to.

    Simply made a point about abuses directed at Palin. As a woman I would think you’d be appalled by the way she has been treated.

  5. Allan Erickson says:

    Mr. Blifil,

    Like your friends who post here more and more, you simply pontificate. No information sourced from elsewhere, no citations, no evidence, no foundation upon which to build your house, you simply throw stones at the houses of others. I’m afraid that leaves you in a poor position, little more than another street raver. Palin is a class act, a real feminist, advancing on her own merits, without denigrating anyone, and without demanding access or assistance. She was selected because she is the real deal. You and the otherhand, apparently have nothing better to do than play childhood games: name calling, driven by infantile thinking. What accounts for your rage Mr. Blifil? Do you have faith humans will pull themselves up by their own bootstraps, and are your constantly furious when they fail your expectations? Are you constantly disappointed governments and political organizations let you down? If so, perhaps you need to seek a higher authority. In any event, growth can only come when a person allows their assumptions to be challenged, and when one is willing to be shown wrong, laying the ground work for real change. Given what you’ve written here so far, you obviously refuse to place your foot on the path, much less walk it.

  6. zelduh says:

    Allan:

    You put a lot of words in peoples’ mouths. This is the problem. There are no democrats that I have seen that have incited violence against Palin or McCain. You have to admit that Palin is kinda, well, stupid. (See Troopergate report.)

  7. Allan Erickson says:

    Zelduh,

    Apparently you didn’t read the articles or watch the videos. The words came right out of their mouths. Bernhard said flat out she hoped people would gang rape. Madonna said he wanted to kick ass. There are numerous instances of people committing the most atrocious verbal violence. The incredible reality is the real hate speech resides on the Left. always has. I’ve been hearing it since 1966, almost monthly. Documented, pervasive, vicious. A couple misguided people say stupid things at a McCain rally and you folks come unglued over trivialities, but you routinely ignore your own people, including Ayers, who actually was party to murder. Please get real. You have no credibility. You calling Palin stupid simply makes my point for me. If we believe you we would also have to believe 80% of the people in Alaska are stupid, and 150 million in the lower 48 who love her are also stupid. Why? Simply because they don’t agree with you? Now that’s stupid.

  8. dummidumbwit says:

    It’s not abortion in many cases, it’s Ronald Reagan’s economic ideas

  9. Allan Erickson says:

    Yes, those terrible Reagan policies that brought incredible prosperity throughout the 90s and beyond:

    http://www.hillsdale.edu/news/imprimis/archive/issue.asp?year=2008&month=05

    Plus those terrible Reagan policies that brought down the Soviet empire, without firing a shot, liberating millions and millions of people from terrible oppression.

    Yes, that horrible Reagan.

  10. dummidumbwit says:

    Yup those policies and I could easily knock all you points down one by one

  11. jeff freeman says:

    Allan,

    Reagan’s policies brought prosperity throughout the 90’s? OK.But by that logic then the prosperity of the 80’s were from Carter?

    And he liberated the soviet union? OK. I’m not sure how liberated they fell. And how do you feel about the massive debt he saddled every child in America with?

  12. dummidumbwit says:

    I read it, Buffet, Rubin, Volger I need not argue with a low level Republican theorist enough is enough

  13. Allan Erickson says:

    Oh how the lowly grovel before thine power and wisdom.

    The truth is clear evidence supported by facts demonstrates solid economic theory works, but it contradicts your “higher” knowledge, so you arrogantly dismiss it because you cannot argue persuasively with either a superior theory, or evidence. You are right. Enough is enough.

  14. Allan Erickson says:

    Jeff,

    As I recall the 80s were a real struggle. Reagan had to work hard with Tip O’Neil to get the budget under control and address taxes and lay the ground work for the 90s. Reagan was not able to get everything he watned thanks to a Dem Congress, but there was progress thanks to Tip’s willingness to compromise, something unheard of on The Hill these days. PS Reagan didn’t saddle our kids with debt. The tax and spend liberals have done that quite handily. Remember Congress presents the budget. Congress is ultimately in contrl of the purse stings.

  15. dummidumbwit says:

    The expert in question was funded and supported by a right wing college that promotes Judeo/Greek values and doesn’t allow or have a young Democratic Party organization and you think someone should accept that position over the advice of Obama’s advisers Buffet, Rubin and Volger. That’s asking a lot I would think?

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