Irony

Very little has changed since I published this piece on Christmas Eve of last year. While the Black Lives Matter clowns disrupt malls and airports, while the bloodbath continues in America’s abortion mills, and while we all wait for the next terrorist attack on American soil, President Obama is in Hawaii, golfing of course.
Fortunately, the new year will be the last year in office for the worst President we have ever had. While I’m trying to eliminate ironic and irony from my vocabulary, I still find it ironic that I can look back on pieces I wrote 1 or 2 years ago and nothing has changed except the date.
This time next year I hope to be writing about the new, conservative President about to take office and the real possibility that we will finally defund Planned Parenthood and sign into law the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act. Merry Christmas!

Pro Life Pop Pop

I find it ironic that just days before Christmas, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards tweets “Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy New Year.”  Wishes of health and happiness from the head of the world’s largest child killing organization strikes me as a bit patronizing and disingenuous, but maybe it’s just me.  Maybe she really does wish everyone well; everyone lucky enough to have been born that is.  If you’re yet to be born, she’s thinking about you too. She’s thinking about how to convince your mother that having you killed, and paying her to do it, will make her life better.   For Cecile Richards, life goes on.  For any unborn child passing through Planned Parenthood’s doors, it all ends there.

I find it ironic that 2 New York City police officers are assassinated just days before Christmas, and all race-baiting, parasitic leach Al Sharpton can talk about is…

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