Deception is not the exclusive province of politicians, even if they have proven themselves more skilled in deceptive practices than most. Sometimes it is groups on the periphery of civilized society that “practice to deceive,” sometimes it’s the government itself that practices deception.
The old Panthers, led by such illustrious figures as Huey P. Newton and Bobby Seale in the ’60′s and ’70′s was merely a violent, Marxist, black racist group that engaged in murder and mayhem in its efforts to overthrow the government of the United States of America.
The NBPP hasn’t as yet been found guilty of murder but give it time; it’s barely 20 years old and is more skilled than the old Panthers in using American law and white guilt in covering its tracks. Led by Malik Zulu Shabazz and formerly headed by the late Khalid Abdul Muhammed, a renegade from the black racist hate group, the Nation of Islam, it is a formidable force.
With those bona fides, credentials, and historicity, one would expect the NBPP to be belligerent in defending its turf and especially in defending its role in alleged voter intimidation in Philly on November 4, 2008, the day one of their own was elected president.
(See “Racism at the DOJ, Part Three,” http://tiny.cc/vlq11)
Rather than give any time here to the NBPP rep who dared take on Fox News Channel’s pit bull, Megyn Kelly, on Tuesday and failed to score any points, give a look at the affable but dim FNC resident lib, Kirsten Powers, trying to defend the NBPP’s nazi tactics in Philadelphia to Kelly: http://tiny.cc/8atbv
It’s being described as a bitch slapping, a spanking, and an utter destruction of Ms. Powers, which it was. More importantly, it was a clear and forceful rebuke of the NBPP’s pretensions of being lawful.
May God bless and keep safe Megyn Kelly!
Based on that pledge, Stupak and his coterie of anti-abortion Democrats made the difference in the passage of the monumental, socialistic fraud that is known as the Affordable Health Care for America Act, which will be neither affordable nor provide adequate health care for Americans.
Subsequently, Obama did sign such an executive order knowing full well it wasn’t worth the paper it was written on and that abortion would be covered when the administration got around to executing the nittygritties of Obamacare.
Why Stupak and the others would believe that the most pro-abortion president we have ever had, the most pro-abortion senator ever in the United States Senate, would backtrack on funding abortion is astounding.
Now comes the first example that demonstrates the uselessness of that executive order.
As reported by CNSNews.com, ”The Department of Health and Human Services–as directed by the new health care law–is now accepting applications for a grant program that will help states provide support services to pregnant teens and women.”
The only problem with the $25 million program is that abortion providers will be glomming the cash: “States that win the grants will distribute the money to organizations and programs that support pregnant or parenting teens and women who want to complete high school or college.”
That’s all fine and dandy, except that “pro-life advocates see the new grant program as a way for the Obama administration to funnel more taxpayer dollars to pro-abortion groups such as Planned Parenthood and NARAL Pro-Choice America.”
The Pregnancy Assistance Fund is an Obamacare stealth technique with provisions that will make it difficult or impossible for pro-life, pregnancy resource centers to qualify for the grants. Instead, they will be allocated to groups like Planned Parenthood which already receives $350 million in government subsidies.
The program is the initial step toward Obamacare’s funding of abortions with taxpayer monies.
So much for executive orders.