OHIO VALLEY — A clip of Martha Plimpton´s exuberance over the "best" abortion she ever had played out on the television overhead of a gas-station counter somewhere along U.S. Route 422 between Ohio and Pennsylvania. A woman with a name tag noting her as the manager rolled her eyes and said to no one in particular as she went about stacking the shelves behind the counter, "And they wonder why people don´t vote for Democrats around here anymore." Plimpton, 46, is best known for her role in the 1980´s Steven Spielberg classic kid adventure movie "The Goonies." She made her remark in
This is just another cover-up for the left. Abortion is their sacramanet and raison d´etre but they don´t want voters to know that. As Rush has been saying for decades, if the left campaigned on who they really are and what they really believe, they would never win elections.
We can thank Smidgen for ripping most of the cover off and exposing the left, but now they are desperately trying to pull the cover back on and fool their voters.
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Donna M, 9/11/2017 9:23:24 AM (No. 11379948)
I sincerely hope Martha Plimpton continues...and continues...and continues. I hope that leftwing celebrities celebrate abortion, violence, Trump hate, and global warming is all our fault and put them on gigantic billboards and social media. Just keep doing what you are doing and stoke up revulsion. Oh yes, don´t watch their TV or movies, and use as little of Google and Amazon as possible. (Hit them in the pocketbook)
FTA:"Democrats used to debate the legal right to have one, and that was a point of view that was shared by most voters," said Michael Wear, a theologically conservative evangelical Christian and Democrat who served in Barack Obama´s faith outreach office in the White House."
After some research into Mr. Wear and his bio, I call Mr. Wear, 28 years old now and 23 when he worked for Obama, like I see him, stupid young fool token faux Evangelical to give Democrats some "Christian" street cred and a cover for Obama´s outright hatred of real Christians.
While yes, Democrats have abandoned any semblance of giving a rats patoot about straddling the fence on abortion, there have been so very many things wrong with Democrats for so long I find it hard to believe that any God fearing true Christian of even slightly sound theology and self respect would have then or now allied themselves with that party. People that claim to be Christians and still vote Democrat want and have gotten their 20 pieces of silver. Enjoy.
Nancy Pelosi (who I suspect was part of the cabal that installed the current pope), takes her religion on and off like an overcoat. No one has done more to promote abortion than Pelosi. What is missing from this article, is what is missing from Democrat politicians, morality. Please don´t tell me about "good Catholic Democrat politicians". It´s an ethical impossibility. The Democrat pols all line up like lemmings to vote for their Party. Frauds.
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