The topic under discussion was the secret service Prostitution scandal in Columbia. Pharmer has not spending much time on that, because it distracts from Obama’s larger projects of destruction.
The left has always been the party of slavery and it continues to this day. The vast majority of the world’s prostitutes are operating under conditions of slavery.
Sometimes lefties like to mask it by railing against suboptimal employment, e.g. “sweat shops”, which for many women of the third world, are the first available alternative to prostitution. Some women don’t want the sex abuse, diseases, and botched abortions. Some parents don’t want that for their daughters. Sometimes the alternatives to starvation are quite limited. But the left doesn’t like choice.
China is trying to grab it from the Philippines. Panatag (Scarborough) Shaol is off the cost of Manila, and has been under Philippine control for quite some time. China asserted its claim after some Chinese fishermen were detained by Philippine forces when they were caught with illegal cargo of coral, sharks and other sea creatures. This touched off the current confrontation and dispute between the two countries over this island.
The Philippines is in a less advantageous position in this conflict, while there is a wuss at the helm of its historical ally, the U.S.A.
Gases from a prototype lithium ion battery at a GM test lab are blamed for an explosion that blew out windows and injured a worker at the Technical Center in Warren, Michigan.
A battery produced by A123 in Massachusetts was being put through its paces in a laboratory setting when it blew. The same company will be supplying batteries for the 2013 EV version of the Chevy Spark.
While considerable structural damage occurred, only one worker was injured badly enough to be hospitalized, according to info from GM.
Yes, it appears that either Obama or the other operators of his twitter account have followed the creator of a website that features side views of celebrities’ breasts…. which show a bit more than is properly viewed in public.
While your friendly Pharmer desires to avoid killing any humans, she is not surprised that the same slippery slope of habitual and gratuitous killing that is now justifying infanticide, would be extended a little further to include bioethicists. After all, that group certainly has less claim than infants do in the area of productivity and value to society. While newborns don’t do too much, they seem to bring a sense of hope and joy to many casual observers. The same is not true for these bioethicists.