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MARK NOONAN CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHAT THIS INVISIBLE THING CALLED COMPASSION IS

Posted in ANGRY OLD WHITE MEN, BLOGS 4 VICTORY, BREITBART IS STILL DEAD, CONSERVATIVE ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, CONSERVATIVE BIGOTRY, CONSERVATIVE FEAR, CONSERVATIVE HYPOCRISY, CONSERVATIVE IGNORANCE, CONSERVATIVE LIES, CONSERVATIVE NEWS, MARK EDWARD NOONAN, SARAH BLOCH OPINIONS with tags , on 06/10/2013 by sarahbloch

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I hate to start this post off sounding like Andy Rooney but . . .

Have you ever noticed that when pious conservatives write or speak they always talk in terms of what “should” be? These people have invented a cottage industry centered around telling other people how they should live their lives and what they deserve to have and not to have. Noonan is catholic but I think if he were a Lutheran it would not make a difference. Mark Noonan wants to be able to tell everyone what they can and cannot do based solely on what frightens him and what he knows he wants but should not wish to have. In his comment below the reader will get a glimpse into the mind of a Dominionist:

That is because you don’t understand that Big Government and Big Corporation are two sides of the same coin – they are in it together and against the rest of us. But here’s the thing – a 26 year old ISN’T A CHILD. For crying out loud, someone at 26 should be married, working, owning their own home, have a couple kids. My dad at 17 was a United States Marine being sent to fight on Saipan…he wasn’t a little boy who needed mommy, any more.

Our children might be our greatest asset, but someone in his 20′s isn’t “our children” anymore…he’s an adult and can darn well look after himself like an adult.

This theocrat begins in the right direction because on of the biggest problems in America today is the merger of corporation with elected officialdom. You have to keep in mind that this is the opinion of a neutered drone who has lived the best years of his life more than two decades ago. He has no hope of passing his genes on and seeing his grandchildren grow up in his old age. All he has to look forward to is that decline that ends in death. So to punish you young people out there who are doing all the things he wishes his religion of choice allowed him to do he and millions of other like minded dominionists demand they put aside their personal freedom in the name of far right nostalgia and power concentrated in the hands of white men.

Of course a 26 year old is a child if he or she is your child. A 26 year old shouldn’t be married unless they want to be. They should be working and thousands of 26 year old who work for the federal government would be working if it weren’t for crazy conservative voters who scare the crap out of establishment GOP members of Congress who fear primaries in 2014 more than they fear polls in 2013. As far as where mark Noonan’s father was when he was 17 i have to say who gives a fuck? I say the same thing about the grandstanding right wing stunt about veterans at the WWII memorial. Who gives a fuck? I really wish Americans would stop death worshipping and begin life honoring.

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Sarah Bloch, D.S.V.J., J.F., O.Q.H [Jur.]
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MORE CONSERVATIVE BIGOTRY FROM NEOCON1

Posted in BIGOTRY, BLOGS 4 VICTORY, FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS, IN HINDSIGHT, MARK EDWARD NOONAN, NEOCON1 with tags , , , on 10/09/2013 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

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I’ll make this brief. I was reading B4V as I do everyday and came across this post by Mark Noonan proving once again he knows nothing about realpolitk. Since this post is about Syria it give Neocon1 one a chance to show just how big a bigot he is:

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September 9, 2013 at 9:17 am
islam is a barbaric 16th century moon worshiping cult. There are no innocents but the Christian population. The rest are future crazy loons with low IQ’s and zero education, I say let them thin the herd to as close to zero as possible….THEN we will have a few decades of peace.

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In Hindsight

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Pax Terra!

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MARK NOONAN’S FIVE FLAWED POINTS ON SAME SEX MARRIAGE

Posted in BIGOTRY, CAVALOR EPTHITH EDITORIALS, CIVIL RIGHTS, CONSERVATIVE ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, CONSERVATIVE BIGOTRY, CONSERVATIVE FEAR, CONSERVATIVE HYPOCRISY, CONSERVATIVE IGNORANCE, GLBTQ RIGHTS, MARK EDWARD NOONAN, SANCTITY OF MARRIAGE with tags , , , , , on 24/08/2013 by Cavalor Epthith, Esquire, D.S.V.J

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I have struggled quite a bit with this rebuttal because as a member of the Hellac Bar the issue appears to be such a clearly straightforward matter of civil rights that to argue against it causes me to wonder about the mental ability of those that oppose same sex marriage. Mark Noonan begins his explanation on his views of this matter this way:

My views are as follows:

1. Marriage is not a right. It is a privilege assigned by society to some people in order that both our species and our civilization may be effectively propagated in to the next generation. This privilege has heretofore in our society only been assigned to one man and one woman who are of age, not closely related biologically and not encumbered by any previous marital commitment. Whether or not we’ll alter this is not a matter of human rights.

From the outset Noonan devolves into fallacy for marriage is a right and has been held to be so in the United States of America for quite some time just as it is here in Hell. Of course, no one has to take the word of a demon journalist that this is true so I will simply quote the opinion of Chief Justice Earl Warren in the case of Loving v Virginia [ 388 U.S. 1, 1967 ]

The freedom to marry has long been recognized as one of the vital personal rights essential to the orderly pursuit of happiness by free men.

Marriage is one of the “basic civil rights of man,” fundamental to our very existence and survival. Skinner v. Oklahoma,[ 316 U.S. 535, 541 1942 ]. See also Maynard v. Hill, [ 125 U.S. 190 1888 ].

That decision, in the face of all the tidal forces of the times that demanded the races be kept apart from this right for both political and religious reasons, destroys the notion that any of those reasons weight more on the scales of Justice than the rights of the party petitioning. Noonan’s views on this simple fact of civil rights are clouded because he feels his particular brand of morality and religious belief outweighs the constitution of the United States and the decisions of the Supreme Court. They do not and cannot because the United States of America is a nation of laws not a nation that must abide by the religious beliefs of any man, or group of men.

On the alternation of what marriage can be is certainly a matter of Human Rights as it was for the Lovings it will be for same sex couples.

2. Same sex marriage, so called, bears as much resemblance to traditional marriage as plowing a field does to horse racing. They both might have horses involved, but the activities are fundamentally different…the results are not at all the same. Of nature, a traditional marriage will do what marriage is supposed to do – form a socio-biological unit which will naturally produce children and raise them up. Same sex marriage will not of nature do this. Same sex marriage and traditional marriage are not the same thing and to call them the same thing is, to put it bluntly, to lie.

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A bad analogy to start this expose into the beliefs of Mark Noonan. First off, same sex marriage resembles “traditional” marriage exactly with the only difference being that the parties that enter the union happen to be of the same sex. Noonan, a man who married so late in life as not to be able to meet his own definition of marriage is willing to cast himself as a hypocrite in a feeble attempt to seek a moral high ground on the issue and fails. Just recently there was a Time Magazine cover story regarding marriage written by one of my favorite writers Lauren Sandler entitled, “The Childfree Life.” By Noonan’s definitions, by the very words he writes and says are his beliefs, the fundament of marriage is to “naturally produce children and raise them up.” This would disqualify for marriage all couples that cannot have children biologically or like those in Sandler’s article choose not to have children. From this poor, hypocritical, place of reasoning Mark Noonan finally gets to the point of his views why same sex marriage is not really marriage. He calls any such comparisons a lie. Mark Noonan, a man rescued from his own addictions by drowning them in Catholic dogma, has settled it in his heart that a civil right must be a lie because it goes against the teachings of a Church that was his last chance at rescue from a lonely life of masturbating to pornography. I would point out to Mr Noonan that the rights of millions of Americans are more important to me, a demon, than they are to him, a man who took refuge in pornography due to his lack of ability to attract a warm sexually willing partner.

3. The fundamental problem, then, for same-sex marriage as it relates to me is that it is a lie – it is untrue that a same-sex marriage is just the same as a traditional marriage and so assigning to a same-sex union the same benefits we provide to traditional marriage (benefits which cost me, as a member of society) is to force me to be complicit in a lie. While I have lied in my life – being a sinner, you see? – it is not for me to go along with something which I know to be a lie from the get-go. Just because I have done wrong at some points in my life it doesn’t follow that it is ok for me to deliberately do something wrong elsewhere. I cannot agree to legal same-sex marriage because I cannot agree to be untrue.

I find my horns aching at the reading of this. However I am well trained in both Reason and Rhetoric and I will attempt to remain civil in the face of such a farcical attempt to make a basic civil right into a falsehood. For clarification purposes let us take a moment and define just what a lie is.
A lie is defined as, “a false statement made with deliberate attempt to deceive. Something intended or serving to convey a false impression. An inaccurate or false statement; a falsehood.” A marriage between two men or two women is not a lie; there is simply nothing false about it and despite Noonan’s anger it is and does exist in his plane of reality just as it does here in Dis. Yes, yes, I get that this is drifting toward religion and Noonan’s personal religious beliefs [which of course he feels are under “attack” because I am writing in-counter to his beliefs and hopefully expressing myself well in a tongue that is not native to me] as he admits that he is a sinner [how gracious!] I still am dumbfounded by why this has anything to do with granting a basic civil right to two consenting adults?

4. The secondary problem for same-sex marriage as it relates to me is that even if I can avoid participating – by act or omission – in the lie, I am still under threat because when a lie is foisted upon the people by government fiat then the only way that lie may be sustained in the long run is by repressive measures. We already see it in Europe and Canada where same sex marriage has been legal for some time: activists seeking to fine and/or jail those members of those societies who dissent from the lie and assert what they believe to be true about same-sex marriage: that it is an inherently disordered action. Same sex marriage was recently legalized in Britain, for instance, with an exemption for churches – they don’t have to perform same sex weddings. But already the activists who managed to get the legalization through are working on forcing churches to perform same-sex weddings. It is very much a slippery slope.

Though he tiptoes around the matter a bit this is about Mark Noonan and those who hold similar religious views are being threatened by the very existence of same sex marriage. many in the middle of the last century in America made similar arguments about interracial marriage. These people are not pious or patriots–they are bigots.

5. Given all of this, I have come to the conclusion that the best course of action is to separate Marriage and State. All State licensing of marriage is to cease – apply the tax benefits accruing to marriage to children (this way, even a same-sex couple with children will obtain the same tax benefits as anyone else with children), but leave marriage entirely alone. This is made an extra strong conviction in me when I realize that the destruction of marriage is my fault – mine and so many Christians like me who for so many years lived as practical pagans. It is no fault of gay people when they want gay marriage after we Christians spent so many years gutting marriage with divorce, adultery, birth control, in-vitro fertilization and other anti-human horrors. Adding an extra bit of zest in this is the final realization that State licensing of marriages is actually a degradation of marriage…calling the transient State to some how “sanctify” what God has joined together. Absurd! Make marriage a legally non-binding activity and there is no grounds for anyone to complain about what particular ceremonies any religion does to solemnize any union, at all. We can all go our separate ways on the matter with no one offending anyone else. An added benefit is that we’ll throw divorce lawyers out of work.

I am nearly at a loss for words after reading this for what feels liken the one hundredth time. There was little thought on the part of Mr Noonan put into the reasoning of this last bit of theocratic nonsense. In my very sensitive ears it sounds like, “If the marriage I gave up pornography for is not seen as special because I say it is a gift given to me by the deity I worship then no one can be married at all!” That sort of “reasoning” is the most absurd bit of blather I have encountered in quite some time.

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

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MINORITY REPORT: MARK NOONAN CANNOT BE AS “CATHOLIC AS HE WANTS TO BE”

Posted in BLOGS 4 VICTORY, CONSERVATIVE ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, CONSERVATIVE BIGOTRY, CONSERVATIVE FEAR, CONSERVATIVE HYPOCRISY, CONSERVATIVE IGNORANCE, CONSERVATIVE LIES, CONSERVATIVE NEWS, COUNTER-THEOCRACY, FEARSPEAK, GOP AS A MINORITY PARTY, GOP MELTDOWN, MARK EDWARD NOONAN with tags , , , , on 18/08/2013 by sarahbloch

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Mark Noonan asks a trap question at B4V:

“Which is worse: a democracy where minorities are oppressed or a dictatorship where minorities are protected?”

His question is really, “Do you dislike Obama more or miss Reagan more?” Since America isn’t and never will be a “democracy” the question is moot. Since the United States has checks and balances across the three branches of government it is not a dictatorship no matter how much white religious conservative dislike the first person of color elected as Chief Executive of the United States Government. And finally since Catholicsim isn’t and will never be the State religion of the United States, Mark Noonan can once again go and pound sand.

I replied thusly:

From what I gather here Mark in your post you seem to be admitting that those with conservative values, regardless of race, are now the minority in America. I think that as you define what conservative is you are accurate there. I also agree that you have the right to be as “Catholic as you want to be.” What likely, and I am just guessing here, irks you is that you cannot carry out your mission of being as Catholic as you want to be in places like the office where you work. Until such activity is allowed in the workplace you will never feel that you have all the religious rights that you feel you deserve. I have to say that you do have the right to be as Catholic as you want to be 24/7/365 but your employer also has a right to fire you for disrupting his office or for any other reason he needs to rid himself or herself of a destabilizing individual in their corporate midst. Same would apply to a Muslim, a Hindu, a Protestant, a Jew, a Zoroastrian, a Satanist, a Jainist or an Atheist. I love the Constitution more than you do Mark Noonan and I’m not even American!

And yes I had a wonderful vacation, thank you.

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Sarah Bloch, D.S.V.J., J.F., O.Q.H [Jur.]
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Politics & Culture Wars Managing Editor
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93 Colnu 2 AS

SECESSION AS A SOLUTION TO ELECTORAL FAILURE AND THE ACTIONS OF THE JOSHUA HIGH SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION

Posted in BLOGS 4 VICTORY, CONSERVATIVE ANTI-INTELLECTUALISM, CONSERVATIVE BIGOTRY, CONSERVATIVE FEAR, CONSERVATIVE HYPOCRISY, CONSERVATIVE IGNORANCE, FRED SCHWARTZ OPINIONS, IN HINDSIGHT, MARK EDWARD NOONAN with tags , , , on 10/06/2013 by Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., O.Q.H. [Journ.]

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Sometimes getting what you think you want has adverse consequences. For the last two Presidential elections cycles the GOP has recognized, with surprising clarity, just what they need to do to become electable at the national level. They realized in the autopsy of the 2008 campaign that they have miles and miles to go to appeal to blacks and Latinos. In the autopsy of the 2012 election they realized they have a long way to go in appealing to virtually everyone who isn’t white, males, Christian and over the age of 45.

It appears now that a few counties in Colorado want to secede from the state over ranch land right and gun control measures that have passed in the state legislature and become law. Mark Noonan at Blogs4Victory now wants to explain how secession can help his political ideology survive either becoming a regional party or the hollowed out husk of blue blood bigotry when it whelps the TEA Party’s coming third party the Conservative Christian Party:

To me, its not even so much a matter of being fed up with leftists (though there is that), but a matter of practical politics. The States – especially the Western States, but in some sense all of them except a few on the eastern seaboard) were rather cobbled together, mostly when hardly anyone lived in them. Over the past 100 years, especially, as the land became firmly settled and economically exploited, there has arisen a great deal of divergence of interests within the States. The prime case in point is California, both Senators coming from the San Francisco area…and, as such, they vigorously and ably represent the interests of San Francisco, Los Angeles and Sacramento. On the other hand, they don’t do squat for San Diego and Fresno. The fact of the matter is that there were less than 100,000 Americans living in California when it became a State – and the overwhelming bulk of them lived in the San Francisco/Sacramento area. Now that California has nearly 40 million people, it is absurd to think the entire interests of the State can be effectively represented by two Senators…especially when population dictates that within California, whomever can win Los Angeles and San Francisco wins the whole State, even if large majorities elsewhere vote against.

Secession is the answer – for a lot of the States. California probably needs to be broken in to four States (South California, West California, West Nevada and South Oregon); Nevada needs to be broken in two (North and South Nevada – South Nevada being gaming and tourism, North Nevada being mining and ranching); Florida needs to be East and West Florida; New York to be North New York and South New York; Illinois, North Illinois and South Illinois. On and on it goes – we should probably have about 60-62 States (upwards of 64 if we make Puerto Rico and Guam in to States, as they probably should be). We should also increase the House to 601 members, and increase the size of the Supreme Court to 13 (but not until after Obama is out – don’t want him appointing 4!). It might seem counter-intuitive that in an era of too much government that we should be, essentially, creating more of it – but this is different. This is ensuring that the government is responsive to the will of the people and the interests of the States. On balance, the political advantages would be mostly equal, with a slight edge to the conservative side (while West Florida would almost certainly return two conservative Senators, Democrats would have a strong chance of picking up both senators from East Floria, etc).

Keep in mind Noonan isn’t advocating a “kill the liberals” violent secession. He wants to do it by way of the ballot and Constitution and there’s nothing wrong with that. I have to give Noonan his props because he has figured out a way to keep the GOP from completely going south, pun intended. If he can get all those states created before the 2016 election the GOP would likely keep the House and capture the Senate before the 2020 Census. They might even change the electoral math enough to keep the 2016 election from being a complete blowout in Hillary Clinton’s favor were she to run.

The other thing on my mind this morning is the story of the Joshua Independent School District in Joshua, Texas who pulled the plug on their valedictorian speaker when he deviated from his approved graduation speech in favor of talking about his constitutional rights. Now as a journalist I understand this school district in a very white and very conservative part of Texas has their rules that must be respected. This kid is going to the Naval Academy and is not going to have any such rule breaking in the name of free speech luxury for quite some time to come. I realize that he felt this was going to be his last chance while a student to make a political point to the powers that ruled over him for four years and in his attempt to utilize his first amendment rights I applaud him, even though I disagree with his conservative TEA Party message.

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The conservatives in Joshua, Texas made these rules to keep liberal kids, minority kids, and gay kids silent on the real nature of their commnity and now when someone want to go off on a TEA Party rant the conservatives have become the ultimate censors.

Pax Terra!

Fredrick Schwartz, D.S.V.J., CS, O.Q.H [Journ.]
Managing Editor—Research
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POINT-COUNTERPOINT: MITCH AND CLUSTER ON SAME SEX MARRIAGE AND THE CURIOUS NATURE OF AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE HOMOPHOBIA

Posted in CLUSTER, MITCHETHEKID, POINT COUNTERPOINT with tags , , , , , on 05/06/2013 by sarahbloch

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From Mark Noonan’s odd attempt at storming the same sex marriage barricades with the aid of French conservatives MitchEtheKid rings the nell of liberty:

Lets try again.

OK. But ask your fellow conservatives if they do in fact support civil unions. A legal contract that affords same sex couples all of the rights, traditions, privilege’s, heartache and misery of what is understood to be defined by a word: Marriage. It’s a word, a description of a state of being. It is not an absolute nor is it impervious to nuance. There are many advertizements [sic] that use the word marriage in reference to their product(s). A marriage between peanut butter and chocolate. A marriage between mustard and mayonnaise with a hunk of protein in the middle. The argument has now devolved into a defense of a word by applying a singular meaning to it, and a more robust defense of the ambiguity of language is my personal reaction to it.
I am very prejudicial about homosexuality. The very image of it repulses me and I don’t understand some of my male friends being turned on by lipstick lesbians but the spiritual aspect of a loving relationship between same sex couples effects me not one iota and whom am I to dictate what or does not comprise a truly loving, caring relationship. I don’t know the ratio of divorce between hetero and gay couples, but if I were to guess, I’d bet on the side of it being relatively even. I could be wrong though. Gay’s experience allot more social hostility just because they are outside of the norm than hetero couples. And I wholly agree that homosexuality is the exception to the gene pool, but again, so what? For example, Neo is always going on about sodomy. And in this one instance: about the exit being the entrance, I agree but he always omits females. Why is that Neo? Are you that closed minded to exclude women from your equation? It’s just another example of the closed mindedness that the extreme right suffers from when it comes to (no pun intended) a changing definition of; and acceptance thereof, a fluid society that ebbs and flows from what is considered to be normal and what is considered to be deviant. History tells us that the Greeks and Romans were wildly sexual. Do you condemn them or just pass it off with no further investigation? Especially if their historical contributions substantiate your insistence that a religious predicate from ancient times is the bedrock of your political ideology. There’s a conflict boys and girls, and one that can’t be ignored. Ever see (or read) A Clockwork Orange?
Here is a link to an elderly French Citizen who in protest over the acceptance of same sex marriage in France, put a gun in his mouth and blew his skull out. Now I ask you, is he a martyr? A crazy person? Did he think his suicide would alter the course of social history? Be talked about in reverential terms after his death and therefore give him some comfort in his last living moments? No. He was a homophobic who was incapable of addressing his irrational hatred of a changing society and rather than coming to terms with his own being, he chose self inflicted death as an easy alternative. He’s no different than any other coward. Or abortion doctor murderer.
Society has changed, and like Wm F Buckley once said, (and I paraphrase) too many conservatives stand athwart both history and the future yelling stop. It can’t, it won’t and it’s not listening to you,me or anyone else. It just keeps on being on.

As if that weren’t enough to fill your culture wars belly for an evening Cluster [yes that same B4V Cluster] brings in the Baked Alaska in response to Neocon!!

And I gotta tell you neocon, that if you choose to exclude same sex unions from being recognized in any way by the state and not allow them legal rights based on moral grounds, you not only lose that entire voting base, but you lose the voting base of those who are sympathetic to their plight, which is HUGE, and comprises most of the younger generation.

Breitbart adhux autem mortju! [Breitbart is still dead!]

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Sarah Bloch, D.S.V.J., J.F., O.Q.H [Jur.]
Amici Bax Demvolu Comnu
Politics & Culture Wars Managing Editor
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THE WAYBACK MACHINE: MARK NOONAN ON THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF PAUL RYAN AS ROMNEY’S VP PICK

Posted in BLOGS 4 VICTORY, MARK EDWARD NOONAN with tags , , on 19/05/2013 by sarahbloch

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Over the last seven years Mark Noonan of Blogs4Victory infamy has been exposed at the political idiot that he is. Every time there has been an opportunity for the GOP to move forward toward a majority they have failed miserably. Bush should have lost in 2004 and that would have, because of scandals that would have erupted in the run for a second term and the housing bubble collapse, given the GOP the White House both in 2008 and 2012 likely no matter who the candidate was. Sit back and have a chuckle at the prediction like so many Noonan has made that went horribly wrong.

“Hello everyone! I’m back! Just want to put my two cents in. When I first heard the news I immediately thought “good pick”, but now that I’ve seen how things have played out over the last 24 hours I have to go with “inspired pick”. The clear uptick in GOP enthusiasm combined with the meltdown on the left shows that Romney hit the target.

Its going to be a great campaign and we are going to win. And, liberals, when you’re sitting there crying in y0ur [sic] beer as Biden gives a concession speech (Obama not having the guts to do it just as Kerry sent Edwards out to face the electoral music in 2004), just think it over: you signed on to this nauseating, un-American thing which will forever be known as the “2012 Obama re-election campaign”. You went down in to the lowest gutter in American history and you came up a complete loser. Maybe it will finally be time for you to reconsider your views…”

Maybe Mark Noonan would be better served reading something other than The Blaze and Breitbart?

Breitbart adhux autem mortju!

Qu’ul cuda praedex nihil!

Sarah Bloch, D.S.V.J., J.F., O.Q.H [Jur.]
Amici Bax Demvolu Comnu
Politics & Culture Wars Managing Editor
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