How is this for a movie title, The President Has Two Faces

If Hollywood made a movie about President Obama, they could call it “The President Has Two Faces”. Or for a better parallel in wording, “The Fuehrer Has Two Faces”. I just read an article by Thomas Sowell about the two Obamas: the man of illusion who promised “hope and change” and the reality of the man who has me hoping for some real change this November. Here’s looking at your two faces, Mr. President. May many millions of people wake up and see you for who and what you truly are. Before it is too late.

Read “Obama versus Obama” by Thomas Sowell. And get ready to vote in November. This is the most important election we’ve faced in a long time. In my lifetime, for sure.

News update, webcast for Saturday July 10 and Michael Vorris

Brief post to share a couple of important things with you. First, there’s a webcast tomorrow, July 10, about Ending Abortion. Register for the event now. If you can’t tune in, don’t worry; if you register, they’ll send you the recordings of the talks. This is important. Please register and get the recordings. That’s what I’m doing.

I also downloaded some new stuff from Michael Vorris and Real Catholic TV’s Catholic Investigative Agency: Obama’s Counterfeit Catholics. Log in or create a free or premium account and look for the link to Special Programs on the right side of the page. Then you’ll see CIA or Shepherd’s Voice. CIA takes you to the two shows available so far. Counterfeit Catholics is a little over an hour and a half of exposing the Progressive attempted hi-jacking of our beloved Church. Watch this, order a copy (which comes with a data CD full of documentation) and share it with your family and friends for only $10 (and a dollar and a half or so for shipping).

Obama, Pelosi, and the (new) relationship between church and state

Recently Nancy Pelosi asked, no, told the Catholic bishops to preach from their pulpits that the immigration reform she’s pushing is “manifesting our living the Gospel“. Obama wants the faith-based initiatives to push his green initiative with the EPA. Whatever happened to the much touted separation of church and state, huh? Well, I’ll tell you what happened: it’s just another ploy from the Saul Alinsky playbook, Rules for Radicals. Continue reading “Obama, Pelosi, and the (new) relationship between church and state”

Where, oh, where are the prolife democrats?

Not so dynamic duoLifenews has a good article about last night’s perfidy perpetrated in full view of the American public. Pro-life Democrats. Yeah, right. I thought that was a contradiction in terms a couple of years ago when I experienced an awakening and realized I could never think of myself as a Democrat again. And I was right! I still shudder to think that I ever voted for the party that uses the image of an @ss to represent itself. But I did. I was an idiot. I’m not saying that the Republican party is perfect, far from it. If they had been more pro-actively pro-life all along, we might be in a much better situation right now. (Song verse at end of this post.) Continue reading “Where, oh, where are the prolife democrats?”

Audacity, well, that is one name for it

Somebody was wandering through the blog the other day and left a comment on a post I wrote about the Mass, Salvation and the Sacraments. (You’ll notice, I’m sure, that the comment has less than nothing to do with the post but is, instead, about Obama.) Continue reading “Audacity, well, that is one name for it”

Folks who think Obama doesn’t get it, don’t get it

Rules for RadicalsI’m tired of hearing folks saying that Obama doesn’t get it, that he doesn’t understand what he’s doing, that he doesn’t see what is happening or where he is taking the country. Oh, I say, but he does. He does see what’s happening. He does know that people hate his ideas. He does know that he is wrecking our economy.

And that is exactly what he was aiming for all along. Continue reading “Folks who think Obama doesn’t get it, don’t get it”

Supreme Court Justice Dawn Johnsen?

Obama is growing impatient to put Dawn Johnsen into office and may go so far as to appoint her during recess, in order to get around those who oppose her nomination. He doesn’t want politics to get in the way, he says. Oh, that is rich. And the best part? The current nomination is for Assistant Attorney General, but radical militant pro-abortion advocate Johnsen could also be on the way to a seat on the Supreme Court. How’s that for a slap in the face to every pro-life citizen in the country? Read the full story at LifeNews.com: Dawn Johnsen May Receive Recess Appointment, Perhaps Supreme Court Seat.

Bioethicists lodge complaint about Obama’s policies and get fired next day

Human Life International‘s Fr. Tom Euteneuer calls on the pro-life majority of Americans to keep an eye on the new Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues created by President Barack Obama. “We saw what the president thinks of bioethicists who disagree with him when he fired the previous presidential bioethics commission the day after they lodged a complaint about his policies.” Continue reading “Bioethicists lodge complaint about Obama’s policies and get fired next day”

Happy birthday to me, reading Saul Alinsky

Rules for RadicalsYes, it’s my mumblemumble-th birthday and I’m celebrating by drinking coffee in my NaNoWriMo Author cup (see photo below) and writing about a book I’m reading for my next novel. I’m reading several books for my next novel; Rules for Radicals, by the late Saul Alinsky, is only one of them. Why am I reading it? Am I a radical, a revolutionary? No. I even felt compelled to say as much to the clerk at the counter when I purchased my copy. Continue reading “Happy birthday to me, reading Saul Alinsky”

Netherlands and bioethics, or lack thereof

I was told recently that the Netherlands could actually be used as a model for healthcare in this country. Obama suggested the Netherlands as a model for the U.S. to emulate a few months ago in Colorado. People who knew something of the true state of healthcare and bioethics (or lack thereof) in that country were appalled. Want to know why? Read these articles: Killing Babies Compassionately: The Netherlands Follow In Germany’s Footsteps (from 2006; yes, it’s been going on that long, and longer), and The Netherlands?! A Good Bad Example (from this past August 2009), written by Wesley J. Smith. Smith is a bioethics attorney, author and speaker, writer of the blog Secondhand Smoke at First Things, and writer/speaker of the podcast What It Means To Be Human, and a senior fellow of the Discovery Institute. Continue reading “Netherlands and bioethics, or lack thereof”