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Pedophiles for Romney.

"I don't care if you're only thirteen!!!"

Here are the lyrics to a song written and frequently performed by an American performer.



Ive got no inhibitions
So keep your keys out of your ignition
I steal a car like I got the curse
I cant resist the old lady's purse
Jailbait you look so good to me
Jailbait wont you set me free
Jailbait you look fine fine fine
I know Ive got to have you in a matter of time

Well I dont care if youre just thirteen
You look too good to be true
I just know that youre probably clean
Theres one lil' thing I got do to you

Jailbait you look so good to me
Jailbait wont you set me free
Jailbait you look fine fine fine
I know Ive got to have you in a matter of time

So tell your mama that Im back in town
She likes us boys when its time to get down
Shes got this craving for the underage
I just might be your mama's brand new rage

Jailbait you look so good to me
Jailbait wont you set me free
Jailbait you look fine fine fine
I know I got to have you in a matter of time

Honey you you you look so nice
Shes young shes tender
Wont you please surrender
She's so fine shes mine
All the time, all mine mine
Its all right baby
Its quite all right I asked your mama
Wait a minute officer
Dont put those handcuffs on me
Put them on her and Ill share her with you



Now, read those lyrics again.

The song celebrates pedophilia -- jail bait -- I don't care if you are 13, I'll share you with the cop who arrests me.

So, tell me, who wrote and performs this song?

Here are a few hints. The person who wrote this song, who recorded it, and who performs it from time to time:

-- is a celebrity

-- is a spokesperson for the NRA

-- is a regular commentator on Fox

-- is the host of a radio talk show and a reality TV star

-- he was a featured performer at a presidential inaugural ball in 2005

-- his endorsement was actively sought after and welcomed by Mitt Romney

-- he has never hidden the fact that he is a child predator

-- he is a favorite of Republicans and rightwingers everywhere



And this filthy creature is: TED NUGENT, GOP superstar.

Tells you something about the Republicans.

How did you spend Easter Sunday?

Here's the Obama family on Easter Sunday







And here's Mitt Romney on Easter Sunday.






Here ends the lesson.

Franklin Graham's conversion and President Obama's Christianity

Today's edition of "CBS Sunday Morning" had a segment on Franklin Graham, Billy Graham's son.

Finally, a major news outlet reviewed Franklin Graham's WHOLE story without overlooking his many years of alcoholism, drug use, and skirt chasing.

Franklin now is head of his father's multi-million $$$ "evangelism" business that lives off donations from and marketing to the faithful. Of course, because Daddy Graham has been socking it away for decades, the Graham family is quite wealthy. ( Just like Jesus, you know. )

Well, anyway. Franklin Graham spent several years worshipping booze, pills, white powder, and wimmin. Then, one day, something happened. What happened? There are two versions of what happened.

1. On today's "Sunday Morning," Franklin said his daddy laid it on the line one day and told him to get his himself straight and start living for Jesus -- or words to that effect. At that point, ol' Franklin realized he was doing the Devil's bidding and he needed to Get Right With God, so, he did.

2. The other version of his "conversion" is a bit less congratulatory. Franklin -- a dopehead in his late 20's -- realized he had two roads open to him - - an ever-downward spiral, or, "Get Right With God" -- which would make him heir to the fabulous Graham fortune.

He saw the light. I guess we'll never know -- was it a sincere conversion, or, did he see the light because of Daddy's millions?

But this brings us to the important point.

Franklin Graham has said in interviews he doesn't know if President Obama is a Christian. When pressed on the matter, Graham says, "Well, Obama says he's a Christian but only God knows what's in a person's heart."

Fair enough. Just as Franklin says he doesn't know what's in Obama's heart, neither do we know what went on in Franklin Graham's heart that brought about his turn to the straight and narrow -- real conversion, or, lust for Daddy's money.

Only God knows.

I'm just guessing -- I vote for the lure of Daddy's money.

What you should remember about Ronald Reagan

If you remember nothing else about Reagan, remember this.

Reagan was born and reared in small-town Illinois; graduated from a small, church-affiliated college. Moved to California to seek his fortune and hit it big.

In 1980, when he received the Republican nomination, he made his first speech as the GOP presidential candidate.

WHERE did Reagan make his first speech as the GOP presidential candidate? Did he - - -

- - - go back home to Illinois to celebrate his middle-America roots, or,

- - - go to California to celebrate the land of opportunity?

NEITHER.

Reagan's first speech as the GOP presidential candidate was made in PHILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI -- site of one of the most heinous, obscene, evil crimes of the Civil Rights era. Philadelphia, Mississippi, where three young men who were registering black people to vote were kidnapped, tortured, murdered, and buried in an earthen dam. The men who committed the crime included at least one deputy sheriff. Everyone in the county knew who killed Schwerner, Chaney, and Goodman but no one was talking.

And in that speech, Reagan proclaimed: "I support state's rights!!"

Now, those of you not from the South may think that "state's rights" refers to the 10th Amendment -- powers not delegate to the federal government are reserved to the states." NOT SO. When you go to Mississippi and talk about state's rights, you are saying: "The federal government will not interfere with you; you can treat your n***s any way you want to and we won't stop you."

Problem is, no one ever mentions this fact about Reagan when we should be shouting this from the rooftops because it was Reagan's visit to Philadelphia, MS, that completed Nixon's Southern Strategy and that finally converted all the South's Jim Crow Democrats into Jim Crow Republicans.

CAN YOU IMAGINE THIS?? A President of the USofA denouncing a Supreme Court decision??

Ronald Reagan, as a candidate:

Ronald Reagan ... campaigning in Birmingham, Ala., Thursday, blasted the court’s most recent abortion ruling as “an abuse of power as bad as the transgression of Watergate and the bribery on Capitol Hill.”





More highlights from the Reagan years.

Attorney General William French Smith accused the federal courts of “constitutionally dubious and unwise intrusions upon the legislative domain,” and vowed to oppose such “subjective judicial policymaking.” [...]


Smith criticized the federal courts particularly for:

Assuming “greater power of review of government action” concerning environmental protection and other issues, by deciding cases that they could avoid altogether under judicial doctrines such as “standing, ripeness, mootness, and presence of a political question” ...






President George W. Bush:

For the judiciary, resisting this temptation is particularly important, because it's the only branch that is unelected and whose officers serve for life. Unfortunately, some judges give in to temptation and make law instead of interpreting. Such judicial lawlessness is a threat to our democracy—and it needs to stop.






Sen. John Cornyn:

"I don't know if there is a cause-and-effect connection, but we have seen some recent episodes of courthouse violence in this country...And I wonder whether there may be some connection between the perception in some quarters, on some occasions, where judges are making political decisions yet are unaccountable to the public, that it builds up and builds up and builds up to the point where some people engage in, engage in violence."






Former Majority Leader Tom DeLay (R-TX), speaking at "Justice Sunday," (an event organized specifically to intimidate an "activist" judiciary:

Tom DeLay, the House majority leader, questioned the Supreme Court's power to strike down laws passed by Congress if they are not constitutional, a practice that dates to the early days of the Republic.



DeLay, again, after the court refused to keep Terry Schiavo on life support:

Mr. DeLay announced that "the time will come for the men responsible for this to answer for their behavior, but not today."






Rep. Denny Rehberg (R-MT):

"When I first heard his decision, like many of you I wanted to take action immediately. I asked: how can we put some of these judicial activists on the Endangered Species List? I am still working on that!"





Finally, Mitch McConnell, after the Schiavo case:

MCCONNELL: I don't know. These are findings of fact that presumably the court, had it looked at it de novo from the beginning, which is what we granted the federal courts the authority to do, could have taken into account.

The courts obviously decided not to do that, and this tragic is obviously going to come to an end sometime shortly. [...] Look, it's a matter of life and death. The Congress made a decision to give the courts an opportunity to look at it again. They looked at it again, and they chose not to act.


Can you imagine that? Presidents, Senators, Representatives -- all attacking Supreme Court decisions!!!