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Aussie “experts”: global “warming” will exacerbate AIDS

Unprotected gay intercourse won’t spread the virus, but the junk science fad known as global “warming” sure will!  Just when you thought these environuts couldn’t get any more shameful creative, they come up with this nonsense:

CLIMATE change is the latest threat to the world’s growing HIV epidemic, say Australian experts who warn of the “grim” outlook in the fight against the infectious disease.

A leading professor of health and human rights, Daniel Tarantola, has cautioned that global warming will indirectly make citizens of developing countries even more vulnerable to death and severe ill health from HIV/AIDS.

“It was clear soon after the emergence of the HIV epidemic that discrimination, gender inequality and lack of access to essential services have made some populations more vulnerable than others,” said Prof Tarantola, of the University of NSW.

I lost two friends in the mid- and late-1990’s to AIDS.  I thought it was because they were careless in their youthful gay sexcapades, a reason they themselves conceded.  Little did I know that they died at the hands of the Rovian Kyoto Climate Destruction machine (patent pending).  Bush and Rove killed my friends…those b#stards!

April 29, 2008 Posted by | Australia, environuts, global warming | 9 Comments

Hillary posturing for 2012?

Dick Morris has a theory that has crossed many a minds: Hilldawg is trying to sabotage Obama so she can run again in 2012.  Says Morris:

… Until the last vote is counted on June 3rd, we can chalk up her persistence to determination, courage and sheer obstinacy. But if she persists in her candidacy after the last primary, we must begin to consider whether she has an ulterior motive.

Does Hillary want to beat up Obama so that he can’t win the general election in November, assuring McCain of the presidency so that she can have a clear field to run again in 2012? Obviously, if Obama beats McCain, Hillary is out of the picture until 2016, by which time, at 69 years old, she might be too old to run. But if McCain wins, she would have to be considered the presumptive front runner for the nomination, a status which she might parlay into a nomination more successfully than she has been able to do this year.

Every day that she stays in the race and punches Barack Obama, she must realize that she is decreasing his chances of getting elected in November. Each time that she waves the bloody shirt and says that only she is strong enough to fight the war on terror, she obviously raises doubts about Obama’s strength and leadership. Every time she criticizes him for not switching pastors or for saying downscale white voters are bitter, she raises issues that are very destructive to Obama should he win the nomination.

When does fighting for the nomination in 2008 end and seeking to sabotoge Obama’s chances in November to keep her options alive for 2012 begin? Doubts about Hillary’s motivation are going to keep on growing with each inconclusive primary. After she loses North Carolina and fails to carry Indiana by any significant margin (North Carolina has twice as many delegates as Indiana), people will begin to wonder out loud about why she is staying in the race. And if she remains obdurate after the last votes are cast on June 3rd, it will become an increasingly accepted presumption that she is running a campaign of sabotage against Obama. …

I’m inclined to agree.  Her Highness isn’t going to get the nomination now, regardless of how much Buyer’s Remorse the party has for going with the Obamessiah.  The more damage she can do to Obama, the better the chances are that McLame is going to win in November.  When McCain runs for re-election in 2012, he will be 76 years old.

She will have a better chance at capturing her party’s nomination in 2012, especially with those who abandoned her this year to go with the fatally flawed and failed (in this scenario) Obama.  Those Dems will feel guilty for leaving Hilldawg at the electoral altar for an empty suit that got pummeled in the general election by a geriatric, and they’ll recall how close she came in 2008 to getting the nomination.  They’ll flock to her in droves.

Of course, there are some flaws in this scenario.  For one, there is no way of knowing how the political landscape will look in 2012: the economy, the war on terror, potential scandals, etc.  A lot of assumptions are being made here by Morris and others (myself included).  However, considering that Her Highness is all but doomed this year, does anyone else see what other choices in her mind that she has?

April 29, 2008 Posted by | Hillary, Obama | 3 Comments

German study: smart ladies are lousy lays

Bright ladies = bad sex, dumb broads = great sex?  Hey, don’t get mad at me, ladies…get mad at the Euros!  It’s their study, not mine!

BRAINY babes find it harder to have an orgasm – because they are too busy thinking, a study claims.

 

The German survey found that the more educated a woman was, the less likely it was that she would be satisfied by sex.

 

In the study 62 per cent of women who had completed their education said they often had problems achieving orgasm.

 

Only 38 per cent of women with a lower educational qualification said they had such problems.

 

The study conducted by a German lifestyle website surveyed over 2,000 women between the ages of 18 and 49.

The moral of the story is this: Guys, if your lady isn’t satisfied by you in the rack, it’s nothing you’re doing wrong…if she’s smart, that is.  If she’s a ditz and she’s still not satisfied, then you need to change your techniques!  😀

Yes, sir…you’ll get the hard-hitting (no pun intended) analysis of the important issues du jour here at Crush Liberalism!

April 29, 2008 Posted by | Euros, non-political | 2 Comments

CO school reverses its “no white robes for the gifted grads” policy

A victory for common sense has arrived!

Remember this story from a couple of weeks ago?  Apparently, the pinheads at the school got an earful from the community for rewarding mediocrity and have reversed its moronic “every grad is equally special” stance.  Way to go, parents and students!

April 29, 2008 Posted by | public education | 4 Comments

Government school kudos

You all know how I hammer the government school system bureacracy and its unholy alliance with the teachers union (among its other flaws).  Well, never let it be said that I don’t salute them when they (or any of their board members) deserve it.  From Osceola County, FL:

Osceola county school board member Jay Wheeler isn’t making any apology for his email.

“I told the truth!” Wheeler said. We asked, “Did you at all think that might be insulting to some?”  Wheeler replied, “I thought it might be a wake up call and I think it’s something people want to say but were afraid too.’

A little more than a week ago, the Osceola County School District decided to implement school uniforms. Since then, he says parents have complained saying they can’t afford the new clothing.  He disagreed with parents and fired off an email to them saying:

“Everyone can afford Wal-Mart and if they cant they need to think about turning of their cable TV or stop buying alcohol or cigarettes and spend their money on their children.”

Oh my god! That was the response of Maria Quintana we she saw this letter. She was speechless. At first and then she finally found the words, “it is insulting. I have to go to school, I have a job and sometimes it’s really hard you have to struggle and to have them say something like that is really degrading.”

But Wheeler doesn’t care; he says its time for parents to focus on their kids. Saying it’s time to stop being politically correct and start being serious about education.

Finally adding, “I just told the truth and parents need to take responsibility and put their children first!” …

Amen, sir!  Way to go, Wheeler!

Here’s something else that needs to be said but rarely is: if you can’t afford children, don’t have children!  There…free advice, from CLOWNS (Crush Liberalism Objective World News Service)!

April 29, 2008 Posted by | Florida, public education | 2 Comments

Gore responsible for high food prices and starvation

And don’t those achievements reflect positively on the Nobel Peace Prize?  From Newsbusters:

As the international disaster of ethanol begins taking its toll on the planet — and, maybe more important, as press outlet after press outlet finally begins recognizing it — will media remember that Vice President Al Gore cast the tie-breaking vote in the Senate requiring this oxygenate be added to gasoline?

After all, regardless of recent reports blaming ethanol for world hunger problems, rising food costs, and increased greenhouse gases, it seems highly unlikely green media will want to tie any of these problems to Nobel Laureate Gore.

Yet, as inconveniently reported by States News Service on August 3, 1994 (no link available, emphasis added throughout):

In a move that enraged midwestern senators, Louisiana Democratic Sen. Bennett Johnston tried Wednesday to prevent the Environmental Protection Agency from mandating the use of ethanol in reformulated gasoline. The Senate narrowly killed the measure, voting to table it by a margin of 51 to 50. With the vote tied, Vice President Gore had to come in and cast the deciding vote. […]

This is really a gigantic flim flam to the American public,” Johnston said. […]

Under the Clean Air Act, the nation’s nine smoggiest cities must begin reducing auto emissions by using a cleaner-burning fuel known as reformulated gasoline in January. Reformulated gasoline contains more oxygen than regular fuel.

Until the EPA announced its decision last month, oil refiners had a choice of boosting oxygen in reformulated gasoline with either ethanol or MTBE (methyl tertiary butyl ether), a petroleum derivative. MTBE is made from natural gas. The nation’s major oil companies have natural gas facilities, many of which are overseas. […]

During the four-hour debate, opponents of the ethanol mandate said the measure contains hidden costs. The Congressional Budget Office has estimated the policy would cost the government $249 million during the next five years. The congressional Joint Committee on Taxation has predicted the ethanol rule would drain $545 million from the national highway trust fund each year.

It’s highway robbery,” said Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va. “It’s nothing less.”

Besides Gore, take a look at who else was DEAD wrong on this issue:

[Democratic Illinois Sen. Paul] Simon added that the ethanol mandate would not increase costs for consumers.”The price of corn flakes isn’t going to go up by one penny,” he said. “Don’t think you’re helping consumers by voting for the amendment by my friend from Louisiana.”

Nope…no liberal media bias!

April 29, 2008 Posted by | global warming, Gore, media bias | 1 Comment