IRS’s Lerner Signed Tea Party Letters

From Breitbart, we learn that Lois Lerner signed the IRS letters sent to the TEA Party groups. These letters amounted to an ‘anal probe’ of personal information from TEA party members, which was entirely inappropriate and unneeded for granting tax exempt status to non profit groups of volunteers. She has declared her innocence before congress and invoked the Constitutional Bill of Rights in refusing to offer more testimony.

Lerner is making a deal to preserve her finances and her life. Taking the fifth and refusing to resign from the IRS keeps her in the public eye and helps to ensure that she will not be made to “disappear”.

A Gay Adult Has Poked REALITY Through the Noise

The debate on homosexual marriage has been largly been reduced to a gluey morass of useless emotions.  For this reason it is refreshing when  a useful and cogent view on the topic pushes through the noise and garbage.

Yours truly has long recognized that social recognition of marriage is not for the couple getting married.  Instead, society has recognized marriage as a vehicle for stabilizing and promoting the process of bringing up children.   Marriage as an institution is much closer to a “childrens rights” issue.   There really is really no right for any individual to be married, nor is there a right to be a parent.  The rights of an individual stop where they impinge upon the rights of another.   Marriage is a whole lot of impingement and, as such, it is a privilege, not a right.

Please attend to the writings of one Mr. Doug Mainwaring, a Tea Party leader, who opposes gay marriage with similar arguments.   As a conscientious adult, (an increasingly rare type of individual) Mr. Mainwaring is putting the rights of others ahead of what might be his own social comfort.   He is likely paying a higher immediate social price for his opposition to same sex marriage because he himself is gay.  The left tends to insist that all gays think a certain way, and it can be as bad for the conservatives among them as it is for Black right wingers.

Mr. Mainwaring  points out that politicians are selling this issue, disguised as a push for equality, for votes, and  says that the same sex marriage concept is undefining marriage instead of redefining it.   He points out that in the quest for self gratification, adults are reducing children to “chattel like sources of self fulfillment“.   He eloquently  conveys the fact that the state’s  interest in marriage is all about the children, and nothing more.  Check out his article HERE.

Find more thoughts HERE. 

FreedomWorks Made Video of Fake Giant Panda Having Sex With Fake Hillary Clinton | Mother Jones

FreedomWorks Made Video of Fake Giant Panda Having Sex With Fake Hillary Clinton | Mother Jones.

Lefties at Mother Jones are losing their minds because some pervie youngsters at Freedom Works made a video of a nightmare sequence which featured a scene with a panda bear in a kinkie sex position with a person posing as Hillary Clinton. Linked above is a detailed article on this, as though it is infinitely more significant than the tales of Sen. Bob Menendez’s romps with underpaid minor prostitutes in the Dominican Republic, fueled with the resources of a Democrat donor. Below the article, the lefties are going ballistic in the comment section. Pharmer appended the following opinion:

Conservatives should stay out of the dirty film business, even if their conservatism is only fiscal, and not social. It’s a better way to get along with those of us who think that porn is disgusting.
Besides that, the lefties HATE competition. Dems know that they’ll lose a majority of market share if the fiscal conservatives begin competing with them in their own industries.
It’s apparently  OK for lefties to abuse Sarah Palin’s image in endless pornographic ways, but look at the outrage when the tables are turned.
Speaking of that, do you remember a photo and caption: “Incoming Obama administration director of speechwriting Jon Favreau (L) and a friend pose with a cardboard cutout of incoming Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at a party.”- The Washington Post. Favreau’s hand was over the breast position of the Hillary cutout, and the picture went viral. The story still exists online, and probably as hundreds of screen shots, if you need it. And….. digging up leftie skeletons, here it is!!

Peggy Noonan Warns Tea Party Away From ‘Rage’ In Political Style on CBS’ ‘Face The Nation’ | Video |

Sez Peggy:

“I think the Tea Party is going to have to look at itself,” Noonan said. “It’s been so helpful to the Republican Party in the past. It saved it by not going third party in 2010, helping the Republicans sweep the House. But the Tea Party style of rage is not one that wins over converts and makes people lean towards them and say, ‘I want to listen to you.’ I think a friendly persuasion has to begin now from the Republican Party to people of the United States.”

via Peggy Noonan Warns Tea Party Away From ‘Rage’ In Political Style on CBS’ ‘Face The Nation’ | Video |

So… Pharmer wrote back to Peggy:

Ms. Noonan,

With your latest comment on Tea Party “rage” you remain a bipedal argument for a third party.

The Tea Party began as the most orderly, well behaved protest movement in history.  It remains so today as a fastidiously law-abiding grass roots political movement, yet it is constantly dissed by the establishment republicans, who are more concerned with their own positions in Washington DC, than for the U.S. itself.

The rest of us are not insulated from the ill effects of the Obama administration. We can’t hide money offshore, or leave the country in case of disaster, as the sell-outs in Washington can.

Perhaps you’re upset that some of the more conscientious Tea Party members could not stomach another moderate, and quietly stayed home on Nov. 6th. I left the republican party after they threw Akin and Mourdock under the bus, though I did vote to remove Obama. Democrats don’t publicly eat their own as republicans do.

A third party will form when the republicans further turn themselves into democrats in order to pretend that they “care” for people. After the Chinese credit runs out, neither old party will be able to entice voters with government checks.

According to Gallup, immigration is NOT topmost on the list of issues for Hispanic voters. So having the republicans satisfy the democrat need for more voter base will not do any good.  Remember, Reagan tried it, and it didn’t help.

A government that actually “cared” for people would get out of the way and let them prosper.

Look for that third party that you’re helping to form.  Democrats seem to prevail with their rage, lawlessness and general trashy behavior. Maybe a little rage would help the Tea Party ;-). 

Problems for the Republican National Commitee?

Maybe the RNC should read this. One leftie theory is that Pharmer is not the only one who left the republican party in 2012. If things were anywhere near the way they had gone in the past, a double digit lead among independents, with the first digit being usually a 2, would have made Romney the winner. Understand that the leftie media does not want to recognize that the tea party exists, so they will continue to use the term “independents” to describe them.

“State polls showed Romney winning big among independents. Historically, any candidate polling that well among independents wins. But as it turned out, many of those independents were former Republicans who now self-identify as independents. The state polls weren’t oversampling Democrats and undersampling Republicans – there just weren’t as many Republicans this time because they were calling themselves independents.”

via Adviser: Romney
"shellshocked" by loss – CBS News

As is apparent, Romney fell shy of McCain’s vote number by about 3 million, and Obama missed his 2008 mark by 10 million.
Who stayed home? Pharmer will watch for the number crunchers to churn out their results and guesses. She’s already aware that some were so angry at the republicans for choosing another moderate that they refused to participate in the presidential election.
The storms probably bit into Obama’s numbers since they affected blue states, which are ill prepared for such eventualities. This of course would not affect their electoral outcome.

Wild Bill is calling the Church People and Tea Partiers to action. Pharmer likes his utterly blunt style.

Just Letting Those RNC Folks Know……

Possibly the Harvard graduates at the Republican National Committee are not smart enough to understand that if you shrink the birth rate to below replacement rate, there won’t be enough people to support the elderly, and society will switch to a plan of denying health care and other support in order to conserve resources. On the other hand, it might be that they have the same plan for our elderly, disabled, and very young as the democrats do. The birth rate in 2011 is as low as ever recorded in the U.S. That announcement comes from the CDC’s data for 2011.
During the time leading up to the election, your friendly Pharmer was busy, and had no time for the RNC. She was too busy sending donations to the candidates they threw under the bus, among the myriad other work, domestic and political activities.
Soo, yours truly decided to drop an opinion at their site today. It’s short and sweet.

Mr. Priebus et al,

Social policy is intertwined with fiscal policy inextricably. Much of the reason for the debt crisis, to which the republicans paid lip service, is due to population demographics. It’s a conservative estimate that over a hundred million Americans are NOT here due to the propensity of people for killing their offspring prior to birth. If you were wondering how to fix social security and medicare, please get a clue.
I was practically born a republican, and proudly 1st-voted for Ronald Reagan over Jimmy Carter. The RNC does not want me or my kind in the party. We do not fit the agenda. After the RNC violated Reagan’s 11 commandment by throwing pro-life candidates under the bus for incorrect phraseology, it became clear that it’s time for me to move on. I donated to the candidates whom you tossed out.
I am a blogger, public speaker, and health care professional, I am no longer Republican, and am taking as many people to tea-party with me as I can.

Abortion Has Destroyed 117 Million People in the United States |

Abortion Has Destroyed 117 Million People in the United States |

The above article  posits that the economic loss caused by abortion mirrors the national debt.

This is worth consideration by people who wonder how we got into such bad shape  and how we can get back out of it.

Many millions of tax payers, their children and their grandchildren are not here in the time that abortion has been legal in the U.S.

There is no solving the debt crisis without paying attention to social issues.   Social dissolution has decreased revenue and increased government spending.  Greenies worry about the impact of having more children, but neglect the doubling of resources burned by families which are split up by divorce.

Jill Stanek: Karl Rove, fair weather friend

Karl Rove, fair weather friend. <-Click it, read it, pass it on. This synopsis is a quick and very important read, which validates Pharmer's notion that Karl Rove has never been a friend of conservatives or pro-lifers. You'll learn of Rove's connection to the Todd Akin and the Susan Komen Foundation vs. planned parenthood issues.

While the tea-party does the slow work of transforming the nation, pro-lifers will have to support Romney, though his record on life issues is spotty, just to get Obama-the-Extremist out. Absent a massive conversion on Mitt’s part, conservatives should still be casting about for his replacement, and be able to supply a strong primary opponent in 2016, or a third party opponent, depending on the response of the republican establishment.

The Tea-Party needs to repeatedly demonstrate to the Rove- RINO’s that they are no longer needed. One effective means of accomplishing this is helping Todd Akin beat Claire McCaskill. This is worthwhile for every member of the grass roots, whether or not they are big on the abortion issue itself. The republican establishment has been dissing the Tea-Party since the beginning, and we need to show them who’s boss. All of us would benefit from the retirement of Karl Rove and his ilk.