The Democrats’ Degradation of Women

I’m so tired of Obama and his Democrats continually getting away with their hypocritical “war on women” campaign. They raise this tired and false meme over and over. And with the help of the biased media wing of the Democrats’ party you seldom heear about the the real war against women — the Democrats’ barrage of demeaning comments about female Republican candidates.

So I was thrilled this morning to see that the good folks at the Republican National Committee (RNC) released a new video, “Democrats Degrade Women,” highlighting how Democrats have insulted Republican female candidates during this election cycle.

It’s good to see the RNC call out Democrats for their war against Republican ladies.

North Carolina Democrat gubernatorial candidate Vincet Sheheen called Gov. Nikki Haley a “whore” at a campaign event. As you see in the video, Sheheen appeared gleeful, rather remorseful about the insult. Like Sheheen said, “Think about it y’all”

In New York 21st Congressional District millionaire Democratic Aaron Woolf attacked Republican Elise Stefanik for never having worked a manual labor job, “You’ve lived a I don’t know if you have ever worked manually for a living like I have.

As RNC Co-Chairman Sharon Day puts it, Americans are tired of Democrats insults:

“Democrat candidates are getting increasingly desperate in the final days before the midterm election as they continue to attack female candidates with misleading stereotypes. The American people are tired of the Democrats’ deceitful and misleading insults.

Where is EMILY’s List? Where is N.O.W.? Where are they?

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More Election Fraud: This Time in Maryland and North Carolina

A couple of days ago, I wrote about voting machines in Maryland changing Republican votes to Democratic ones. It turns out that there might be more election fraud being committed in the Old Line State. An election watchdog group called the Virginia Voters Alliance has sued the state of Maryland over alleged non-citizens voting in Frederick County. From

The lawsuit, filed Friday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, asserts that individuals who opted out of jury duty because they were not legal U.S. residents have cast ballots in at least three Maryland elections.

Based on the number of potential unqualified voters identified in Frederick County, up to 7 percent of Maryland’s registered voters could be illegal immigrants, according to estimates.

“Their continued appearance on these lists makes it nearly impossible for Maryland law to prevent these declared noncitizens from casting votes in elections and significantly affecting the integrity and outcomes of overall electoral processes,” said Reagan George, president of the Virginia Voters Alliance, which brought the lawsuit on behalf of four Frederick County residents: John Miller, Virginia Grant, Kathy Troxell and Robert Bogley.

If what the VVA alleges is true, this is a potentially explosive revelation, but it doesn’t end there. The PJ Tatler has done some more reporting on the issue, and they believe the illegal voting could be much more widespread than just Frederick County. As they explain:

But because of the way that the non-citizens are able to cast votes in elections, the fraud is likely happening in every single county and subdivision across the state. The group believes that the illegal voting has been happening for years.

The group, Virginia Voters Alliance, says that it compared how voters in Frederick County filled out jury duty statements compared with their voting records. The group’s investigation found that thousands of people in Frederick County who stated that they are not U.S. citizens on jury duty forms went on to cast votes in elections. Either they failed to tell the truth when they were summoned for jury duty, or they cast illegal votes. Both are crimes.

Since Maryland is both a Motor Voter state and on that issues driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants, it’s relatively easy for a non0citizen to sign up to vote. State Delegate Pat McDonough told the Tatler that this discovery was a “smoking gun” for voter fraud. McDonough isn’t just going to stand by. He’s taking action:

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New York court allows uncle and niece to marry


On Wednesday,the New York ruled that an uncle can legally marry his niece. Via the New York Post:

The state’s highest court has toppled a cultural taboo — legalizing a degree of incest, at least between an uncle and niece — in a unanimous ruling.

While the laws against “parent-child and brother-sister marriages . . . are grounded in the almost universal horror with which such marriages are viewed . . . there is no comparably strong objection to uncle-niece marriages,” Tuesday’s ruling reads.

Judge Robert Smith of the Court of Appeals wrote that such unions were lawful in New York until 1893 and Rhode Island allows them.

The decision stems from a case brought by Vietnamese citizen Huyen Nguyen, 34, a woman who had appealed a ruling by an immigration judge.

The judge had tried to boot her from the United States after declaring that her 2000 marriage in Rochester to her mother’s half-brother was invalid.

Ever since our nation began its nonsensical march towards cultural perdition via homosexual marriage, social conservatives have pointed out that this has nothing to do with equality, because such relationship can never be anymore “marriage” than it can make the participant the king and queen of Great Britain, but rather it strikes not only at the building block of civil society, the family, but at the authority of the state to regulate marriage, a power than has generally been held by a sovereign of some sort since the dawn of human pre-history.

Once marriage acquires the status as a “right,” which it has never, ever been, then any law that affects that right negatively becomes virtually impossible to defend. Take,for instance, this reasoning from the opinion of George Pataki appointee to New York’s highest court, the Court of Appeals, as to why this relationship is legal:

Section 5 as a whole may be thought of as serving two purposes: it reflects long-held and deeply-rooted values, and it is also concerned with preventing genetic diseases and defects. Sections 5 (1) and 5 (2), prohibiting primarily parent-child and brother-sister marriages, are grounded in the almost universal horror with which such marriages are viewed — a horror perhaps attributable to the destructive effect on normal family life that would follow if people viewed their parents,children,brothers and sisters as potential sexual partners. As the Appellate Division explained in Matter of May (280 App Div 647, 649 [3d Dept 1952], aff’d 305 NY 486 [1953]), these relationships are …read more