Thursday, February 16, 2012


In the randy Clinton/Gingrich/Livingston days, we talked about the problem of Sex in Politics, meaning the sex apparently inherent in politics.

Today, we talk about Sex in Politics and we mean the Politics of Sex.

I think the Horndog days gave me less of a headache.


At 2:16 PM, February 16, 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Clinton can negotiate better with Monica under the table, perhaps that is fine, though it is perverse. Gingrich "cheated" on two wives, while he was separated. Also fine ... though late night comedians are going down hard on Gingrich these days, while Clinton is perhaps the most powerful Democrat, aside from Obama. And I'll assume the other sex abuse allegations against Clinton are false ... right?

But Pope Obama speaking ex cathedra, dictates private insurance companies provide contraception, including morning after pills, for "free"

... paid for by premium increases to all citizens, soon mandated to buy a designated private insurance plan, fully covering things they don't even want or need to insure, and that don't even apply to them.

But don't call it a huge tax increase, (until it goes to court) ... because Obama as Pope has said it must be so. I will NOT be able to keep my high deductible plan as liar Obama promised ("if you like your plan you can keep it").

Instead I will be forced to "donate" an extra $10K or so a year to help Obamacare be implememted. But Democrats still praise his holy name. Blasphemers one and all as far as I can see.

... how do you feel about the Obamacare mandate that any and all contraception and morning after abortions MUST be provided "FREE", ABC? Accounting shell games don't change facts.

And should we keep 300 old nukes, or just unilaterally disarm entirely, so the world will see we are serious about the "world peace" beauty queens have been demanding for years?

Can you ever come out against Obama, or have you sworn an oath to support even Marxists if they are Democrat? The country you fought for seems to be losing what was fought for. SEX is not the issue ... God and Country is at stake.


At 2:56 PM, February 17, 2012, Blogger UMRBlog said...

I guess you didn't read my Feb. 10 piece.


At 9:27 AM, February 19, 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read that ... you thought it would be politically damaging, and that Obama's administration is rather insular. You didn't want to discuss the merits, only the timing. You attacked his staff for endangering his second term, not the policy. You called the policy a clanger and an albatross, but I took that to mean in terms of political damage.

Making it about the politics of sex or religion is the Democrat distraction, as I see it. Isn't the issue the constitutionality?

Does the president have the authority to demand any individual provide his employee with a free product that is against his "religion"?

And does the Executive have the power to demand a private insurance company provide a free product?

And since this product won't really be "free", the president is actually demanding they cook their books so it looks free to Catholics that still cling to their religion.

Even before Obama dictated free contraception for all, a Republican debate "question" was apparently coordinated with Sorus funded Media Matters and the White House.

They spent a few minutes pushing the point that Republicans might try to make contraception illegal, a rather absurd assertion. They were laying the groundwork for making this issue about religious zealotry, instead of about their top down health care mandates.


At 11:30 AM, March 03, 2012, Anonymous Anonymous said...

someone must have drawn this just for your post


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