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Joe Biden overtaking Hillary for Democrat’s candidate in 2016

September 8, 2015

A new national poll from Monmouth University finds support for Hillary Clinton dropping and Vice-President Joe Biden surging, even though he is not yet a candidate.

Hillary is supported by just 42 percent of Democrats, while Biden earns 22 and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT)16%
nabs 20 percent. More worrisome for Hillary, 63 percent of Democrats now either back Biden or would seriously consider supporting him if he ran for the nomination.

“For a guy who is not running for president, Biden sure is making headway against the frontrunner,” Patrick Murray, director of Monmouth University Polling Institute, said. “There also seems to be an opening with the more liberal Sanders voters if Biden plays his cards right.

LGBT inmates anticipating having Hillary as a cellmate

September 8, 2015

Federal Prisons, Everywhere USA — Eagerly anticipating having Hillary Clinton as a “room-mate” in Federal Prison, the incarcerated LGBT populations wake up in the morning dreaming and singing of Hillary.

Befitting the profound lack of intelligence of those who lust after Hillary from afar, their songs of love and desire are about as much fun as a blow up doll:

American scientists proved vaccines may lead to Vaccine-Induced Brain Damage Syndrome

September 8, 2015

New research on vaccines quality has been recently conducted. The American scientists proved that vaccines may lead to Vaccine-Induced Brain Damage Syndrome (VIBDS).

That is possible due to toxic additives that were found in the vaccines. Such components as aluminum, mercury, formaldehyde, MSG, antibiotic drugs, etc lead to the permanent cognitive function suppression as well. Each of these ingredients is known as neurotoxin. Once the brain has been poisoned enough by one of these chemicals, that brain will fail to grasp the dangers present across all chemicals.

Cognitive suppression can be also caused by things like sniffing glue or undergoing chemotherapy treatments. Pravda.Ru has already reported on the irreversible changes that chemotherapy causes. Patients undergoing chemotherapy routinely exhibit suppressed cognition, reduced problem-solving skills and a loss of social skills.

The National Vaccine Injury Compensation program created by Congress has already paid out nearly 3 billion dollars for those suffered from brain damages, comas and deaths.

The US Congress though still grants vaccine companies absolute legal immunity

Bob Mugabe still screwing up Zimbabwe

September 8, 2015

Robert Mugabe, sempiternal president of Zimbabwe, was recently booed and jeered in parliament, suggesting that, after more than a third of a century in power and at the age of 91, he still has a thing or two to learn about being an absolute dictator. Of course, he might also be a believer in the hydraulic theory of human relations, according to which it is better to let people blow off a little emotional steam than wait for them to really explode in anger and (in this case) try seriously to overthrow him. It is, after all, more difficult to plot in earnest against a man whom you have just jeered.

Pope Francis drawing criticism but not from the Left

September 8, 2015

A staunch conservative and Vatican bureaucrat, Burke had been demoted by the pope a few months earlier, but it did not take the fight out of him. Francis had been backing a more inclusive era, giving space to progressive voices on divorced Catholics as well as gays and lesbians. In front of the camera, Burke said he would “resist” liberal changes — and seemed to caution Francis about the limits of his authority. “One must be very attentive regarding the power of the pope,” Burke told the French news crew.

Papal power, Burke warned, “is not absolute.” He added, “The pope does not have the power to change teaching [or] doctrine.”

Burke’s words belied a growing sense of alarm among strict conservatives, exposing what is fast emerging as a culture war over Francis’s papacy and the powerful hierarchy that governs the Roman Catholic Church.

“The rights we have all fought for, mean nothing, if we deny her hers.” – Christopher Ciccone

September 8, 2015

Christopher Ciccone, brother of pop superstar Madonna, unleashed a strongly-worded defense of Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed last week for refusing to issue same-sex marriage licenses due to her religious beliefs.

Ciccone, who is openly gay, took to Facebook to criticize the gay community for being “sore winners.”

“The county clerk in Kentucy (sic) deserves about as much support as you would give her if she were a muslim women (sic) who insisted on covering her face and refused not only gay marriages licenses, but divorce, accusations of rape, and driving a car without ur mans approval,” Ciccone wrote. “Perspective is everything.”

Davis was jailed after refusing to comply with a Supreme Court order to resume issuing marriage licenses. The county clerk had reportedly stopped issuing all licenses, to both gay and straight couples, after the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide in June. Davis spent her fifth day in prison on Labor Day.

Ciccone wrote that as a county clerk, Davis “is required to follow federal law.”

“But why should she… when DOJ and other civil authorities don’t follow federal law when they choose not to… i.e. Washington State and Colorado (POT) comes to mind… or the abstract notion of ‘sanctuary cities,’” he continued.

Ciccone closed his post by criticizing the larger gay community.

“Once again, the gay community feels the need to be sore winners,” he wrote. “Is it so difficult to allow this women her religion?… or must we destroy her in order for her to betray her faith? No matter how we judge its truth. The rights we have all fought for, mean nothing, if we deny her hers.”