Lying Worthless Political Hack Sees Pro-Life Dead People

Friday, August 10, AD 2012




“Sweeter even than to have had the joy of caring for children of my own has it been to me to help bring about a better state of things for mothers generally, so their unborn little ones could not be willed away from them.”

Susan B. Anthony


Former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, a\k\a the Lying Worthless Political Hack has been in the habit of making bizarre statements on a regular basis throughout her political career.  However, she recently topped herself:


My chair was getting crowded in,” said Pelosi. “I swear this happened, never happened before, it never happened since.”

“My chair was getting crowded in and I couldn’t figure out what it was, it was like this,” she said.

“And then I realized Susan B. Anthony, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Alice Paul, Sojourner Truth, you name it, they were all in that chair, they were,” said Pelosi. “More than I named and I could hear them say: ‘At last we have a seat at the table.’ And then they were gone.”

Well, okay.  Assuming that the Lying Worthless Political Hack wasn’t simply hitting the sauce early in the day, I wonder what these ghosts would say to Pelosi.  Considering that Pelosi is a total pro-abort, perhaps they would have said something like this:

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8 Responses to Lying Worthless Political Hack Sees Pro-Life Dead People

  • Power to the people!

    Repeal the Nineteenth Amendment . . . No, wait!

    They figured out how not to count soldiers’ votes, maybe they can discount women’s votes, too.

  • “Assuming that the Lying Worthless Political Hack wasn’t simply hitting the sauce…”

    Perhaps Botox got to her brain.

  • May almighty God descend upon you and remain with you forever, Donald McClarey. Next to Holy Scripture, our Declaration of Independence and our Constitution this post stands forever.

  • Phillip: It is not Nancy Pelosi’s brain, it is her heart that has ceased.

  • As far as the 2012 election, the pro-choice issue is the one issue that I disagree with in
    the presidential election. I am whole heartedly supporting Obama in the medical and social issues, but I, as many Catholics, cannot support anyone who says it is okay to destroy a human life in its mother’s womb.

  • Women had by that time held 11 of the 15 cabinet offices. Rice and Spellings were cabinet secretaries at the time. But the spirits rushed right past them and sat down with Nancy Pelosi, because that was the first time that women had a seat at the table.

    If the most important thing was having a woman at the table, if she had had a cold that day, would she have sent Bachmann in her place? Because after all, the ghosts of women had been waiting for this day, it wouldn’t have been right to send Hoyer.

  • The part about the seat at the table, more than her getting crowded by whom the vision entailed, reminds me of some words of Jesus from the Gospels on seats at tables and vision sources.

    Matthew 23: 1 – 36
    Then Jesus spoke to the crowds and to his disciples, saying,

    “The scribes and the Pharisees have taken their seat on the chair of Moses.
    Therefore, do and observe all things whatsoever they tell you, but do not follow their example. For they preach but they do not practice.

    They tie up heavy burdens and lay them on people’s shoulders,
    but they will not lift a finger to move them.

    All their works are performed to be seen. They widen their phylacteries and lengthen their tassels.
    [ Before some comment, here is the history footnote for non-historians:
    …Phylacteries: the Mosaic law required that during prayer small boxes containing parchments on which verses of Scripture were written be worn on the left forearm and the forehead.
    …Tassels: The widening of phylacteries and lengthening of tassels were for the purpose of making these evidences of piety more noticeable.]

    They love places of honor at banquets, seats of honor in synagogues, greetings in marketplaces, and the salutation “Rabbi”. As for you, do not be called “Rabbi”.

    You have but one teacher, and you are all brothers. Call no one on earth your father; you have but one Father in heaven. Do not be called “Master”; you have but one master, the Messiah.

    The greatest among you must be your servant.

    Whoever exalts himself will be humbled; but whoever humbles himself will be exalted.

    Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites. You lock the kingdom of heaven before human beings. You do not enter yourselves, nor do you allow entrance to those trying to enter.

    Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites. You traverse land and sea to make one convert, and when that happens you make him a child of Gehenna twice as much as yourselves.

    [read vv 16 -22 because it’s so thoughtworthy ]

    Woe to you , scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites. You pay tithes of mint, and dill, and cummin and have neglected the weightier things of the law;
    judgment and mercy and fidelity. These things you should have done, without neglecting the others. Blind guides, who strain out the gnats and swallow the camel!

    Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites. You cleanse the outside of cup and dish, but inside they are full of plunder and self-indulgence. Blind Pharisee, cleanse first the inside of the cup, so that the outside also may be clean.

    Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites. You are like whitewashed tombs, which appear beautiful on the outside, but inside are full of dead men’s bones and every kind of filth. Even so, on the outside you appear righteous, but inside you are filled with hypocrisy and evildoing.

    [ read 29 – 33 soberly ]

    Therefore, behold, I send you prophets and wise men and scribes;
    some of them you will kill and crucify,
    some of them you will scourge in your synagogues and pursue from town to town, so that there may come upon you all the righteous blood shed upon earth, from the righteous blood of Abel to the blood of Zechariah, whom you murdered between the santuary and the altar. Amen, I say to you, all these things will come upon this generation.”

    … all the righteous blood shed these days has to include that of the most innocent babes and Christians in the way of those at the table these days.

  • All,
    This politician is getting what she wants, to make all of us talk about a subject she wants to promote. Remember she sold her soul more than once for earthly gains. She has problems she does not want to admit here.She needs prayer and nothing else. i chose to ignore her.

On Not Having Sex At Harvard

Sunday, July 25, AD 2010

From the New York Times:

There was a time when not having sex consumed a very small part of Janie Fredell’s life, but that, of course, was back in Colorado Springs. It seemed to Fredell that almost no one had sex in Colorado Springs. Her hometown was extremely conservative, and as a good Catholic girl, she was annoyed by all the fundamentalist Christians who would get in her face and demand, as she put it to me recently, “You have to think all of these things that we think.” They seemed not to know that she thought many of those things already. At her public high school, everyone, “literally everyone,” wore chastity rings, Fredell recalled, but she thought the practice ridiculous. Why was it necessary, she wondered, to signify you’re not doing something that nobody is doing?

And then Fredell arrived at Harvard.

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0 Responses to On Not Having Sex At Harvard

  • We need more Janie Fredells and Mary Anne Marks

  • We need to pray for them and the many others that have to live in a sex-saturated society such as ours.

  • Unforetunately one night about a year ago, I stopped at a serious tv documentary which was about a Catholic author who found extensive non marital sexual activity at Catholic colleges which went on to note then the gradual regrets of the females but with this caveat…that the females doing this outnumbered the males doing so but not by much.

  • Something which seems to be downplayed in the article is the belated realization that the annoying evangelicals of the first paragraph had a point.

    I think that both young evangelicals and young Catholics are young; they have things to learn about life. The evangelicals in this case seem to have not learned how to read Janie Fredell so as to speak with a potential ally in a winsome way.

    But Janie herself seems to have misunderstood her circumstances; it took immersion in Harvard to wake her up. Little or no sex amongst unmarried teens in Colorado Springs? I doubt that. The evangelical chastity ring culture may have seemed odd to her, but it grew up as a response to something. It was a rallying cry for Jesus, but also against a threat.

    The whole secular world is engaged in undermining the sexual virtue of the young so as to preemptively undermine their relationship with God before it can grow into something world-changing. From the WWJD shirts to the multicolored bead-bracelets to the chastity rings, evangelical expressions of counter-cultural fervor are like the redness and puffiness of a histamine reaction. They may border on kitch, but they are the signs of an immune system rising up to fight an invader.

    Miss Fredell is a Catholic; I hope however that now that she’s seen the infection up close, she’ll give her evangelical brothers and sisters their due props.

  • Catholics who insist that evangelicals have had a baneful effect on us (as evidenced in the recent sparring with Vox Nova) tend to deny the importance of chastity as a criterion of Christian fidelity. In so doing, they deny the importance of what the Church teaches is the very groundwork of a just society: strong family life. It may take people like Miss Fredell, educated in an elitist environment but respectful of the position of the evangelicals, to help our co-religionists to see the light here.

  • I’m not sure delaying sex until one is 30 is “pro-family.” I take that back, 30 is when they want folks to get married. Abstinance programs tend to delay sex only until 18-21. Certainly that is better than 14 or 16, but that is more a public health issue. If stop gazing at evangelicals long enough, we’ll see that they aren’t retaining their youth either.

    The time between when one is capable of producing a child and when one gets married has traditionally been called adolescence. Our model has now stretched that well past the early twenties. Having a large adolescent culture is not pro-family.

  • MZ, I do have to agree with you – adolescence has been unnaturally extended well beyond its due course. Largely due to materialism I would wager.

  • I take that back, 30 is when they want folks to get married.


  • I’m unclear what relation, if any, MZ’s comment is meant to have with the article quoted.