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  • just a conservative girl 4:56 PM on 04/05/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    Quote of the Day – Melissa Harris Perry Edition 

    “..We have to break through our private idea that kids belong to parents, or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to whole communities..”

    Melissa Perry Harris from NBC News.

    Simply terrifying.  No Ms. Harris, my child doesn’t belong to you or anyone else who believes your communist BS.

    • Don 6:42 PM on 04/06/2013 Permalink | Reply

      It doesn’t take a village to raise a child, but evidently it takes a village to support Marxist idiots.

      • signpainterguy 1:02 AM on 04/07/2013 Permalink | Reply

        Lots of villages keep losing their idiots !

    • jim 8:52 AM on 07/24/2013 Permalink | Reply

      A July 22 news article began, “The shootings continue in Chicago, as the death toll climbs to 232 for the year 2013. From Friday to Sunday morning, six have been fatally shot and 17 wounded.”

      Nearly 100 percent of the victims were young blacks. Nearly 100 percent of all shooters were young blacks.
      Most of the shootings took place on the streets in the late hours of the nights or the dark early hours of mornings.
      It seems that if these ‘kids’ are being raised by their communities rather than their parents, “belonging to whole communities” is not such a good idea.

  • just a conservative girl 9:45 AM on 03/13/2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: game change, , hanks, harris, ,   

    Quote of the Day – Jonah Goldberg Edition Part 2 

    The hypocrisy of Game Change is that it’s about how terrible it is to compromise values & truth, but that’s exactly what the makers did.

    Jonah Goldberg today on Twitter.

    I did not watch this movie as I don’t have HBO (a decision largely guided by their support of Bill Maher), but I was on twitter while it was playing.  The tweets were hysterical.  The most important thing to keep in mind about this movie is, Game Change only contained about 20 pages on Gov. Palin.  How they made a two-hour movie from 20 pages is beyond me.  One of the biggest consensus was that Ed Harris (who I normally like) did a horrible job as John McCain.

    Towards the end of the movie it was reported that Sen. McCain told Palin not to allow herself to be corrupted by the far right and Rush Limbaugh.  I wouldn’t be surprised if that was an exact quote.

    Shame on Tom Hanks for his obvious display of hatred of conservatives.  Well one more actor I can scratch off my list when I decide how to spend my entertainment dollars.



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