Archive for July 31st, 2011

In this must-see 14:02 video from the Senate floor on Saturday, Florida Senator Marco Rubio calls out the Ruler and the Democrat-controlled Congress for failing to pass or propose a budget in over two years.

In addition, the Republican Senator goes toe-to-toe with Massachusetts Senator John “Lurch” Kerry who debates the subtle nuances of the Ruler’s vote against raising the debt ceiling in 2006 when George W. Bush was president.

Kerry:  The problem is we gotta reach across the aisle and negotiate and come to agreement. Right now there’s not a lot of negotiating going on. Is it not true that we are on the brink of a default, and the absence of negotiation, or the absence of a settlement presents us with a far more serious consequence in the unwillingness to raise the debt ceiling today?

Rubio:  To the Senator from Massachusetts I would say that it is impossible to negotiate with someone who doesn’t have a plan.

It’s been a long time coming, but finally a Republican has stepped to the plate to tell the American people that the Ruler and Senate Democrats intend to increase spending, the size of government, and the national debt.

Republicans leaders could unite their party overnight if they would only realize that a “compromise that’s not a solution is a waste of time.”

I.M. Kane

Sen. Rubio: “Save the Whole House or It Will All Burn Down” 14:02 Video

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Transgender Activist Instructs 5- and 6-Year-Olds on Gender Identity in Seattle Schools

By Jerry A. Kane

Transgender activist Aidan Key gets phone calls from parents and public- and private-school administrators in Seattle, Washington, seeking guidance for little boys who dress as girls or the little girls who return to school as boys.

At one time Key’s guidance requests were directed at middle- and high-school students, but now they involve children in kindergarten and first grade “who don’t believe their bodies match who they feel they are inside.”

School administrators bring Key into the classroom to help students accept their transgender classmates, to answer questions, and to talk about its own transformation from female to male.

“When I was your age, I was a girl. Everybody saw me as a girl and I looked like a girl. But inside … I felt I was a boy, so when I got older I worked with a doctor. We call that being transgender.”

The “Gender Identity Movement” demands the “right” to choose one’s gender and lobbies for laws that will compel society to accommodate, fund, and to accept such a “right.”

Transgender activism “is a part of a broader Cultural Revolution which substitutes an entirely different view of the dignity of the human person, human freedom, human flourishing, human sexuality, marriage and the family and the moral basis of a free society than that which formed Western Civilization.”

The Australian Human Rights Commission has concocted the following list of gender identities to be protected under the nation’s anti-discrimination laws: transgender, trans, transsexual, intersex, androgynous, agender, cross dresser, drag king, drag queen, genderfluid, genderqueer, intergender, neutrois, pansexual, pan-gendered, third gender, third sex, sistergirl and brotherboy.

Communism means abolishing the … divisive gender roles created by the class society.”

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Kids challenge gender identity earlier — and get support, Gender bending: let me count the ways, and Exchanging the Truth of God for a Lie: Transgender Activists, Cultural Revolution.

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