Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.

9.18.2008

Some People

I had vowed to myself after the last presidential election that I wouldn't get all tangled up on my blog with politics. No sirree. I was going to just keep on posting funny mom stories. Anecdotes about watching birds do it in the road (and the sick little fowl folks who flitted around and watched it) ... you know, that sort of thing.

In typical election year rhetoric, I changed my mind. I'm a big old giant flip-flopper.

Today, Army of Dad sees this. Now, I'm all about sick and twisted humor. I like South Park and walk around singing the Timmy song and even the Mr. Hankey song. So, it isn't that I'm a totally uptight about off-color humor. But, then, there is a point where some things just aren't funny. Doesn't have anything to do with my political leanings.

This scuzzy POS comedian has determined that Sarah Palin's daughter is somehow being forced to keep her baby when she doesn't want it. POS comedian is raising money toward an abortion and made a contribution to what is probably one of the most offensive organizations I can imagine - a group that funds abortions for women. I would love to know what he is basing the assumption on that the Palin girl doesn't want her baby. I grew up in a small town (mine in Texas) where there were plenty of knocked up teenagers walking the halls of KHS (ok waddling at some point) and I know of girls who had abortions, too. Not one of them joyfully recalls their abortions. They all regret them terribly and have told me so. Teenage pregnancy is not the ideal way to begin your adult life, but it is also not the end of the world when you have a supportive family, friends and community. I believe it was Hillary Clinton who coined the phrase that "it takes a village to raise a child" and I tend to agree with that concept in large part.

I could go on and on, but this was just so disgusting that I couldn't ignore it. Of course, I'm sure someone is going to roll his/her eyes at me and say, he was just trying to be funny. If so, he fell really short. I'll take the Blue Collar Comedy Tour or Kathy Griffin over that any day.

2 Comments:

  • At 1:57 PM, September 18, 2008, Blogger WPDunn71901 said…

    AOM/Hottie
    i think this election cycle is the tipping point, in a literary turn this is Battle of the Pelennor Fields

    The Far Left filth are in terror as the population realizes that the jig is up

    the do-nothing RINOs and Party Hacks of the GOP the same

    Palin is our second and final chance to destroy the mordor hordes

     
  • At 2:06 PM, September 18, 2008, Anonymous Lab Kat said…

    Just as a point, Lilith Fund does have a disclaimer on their donation page stating they are not affiliated with this guy nor do they support his efforts.

    He is what he is... a very unfunny man trying to get famous on the name of a 17-year-old girl.

     

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