Posts Tagged ‘new york’

I noticed a line in this piece at the NY Post (via insty) about liberal in general and liberal jew in particularly ignoring antisemitic attacks in NY that jumped out at me today:

That’s part of the issue. The victims in these cases are people ­described as “ultra-Orthodox.” That “ultra” implies something sinister about them. They wear strange outfits and adhere to practices we don’t understand. And yet it’s impossible to imagine that a rash of attacks on Muslims in full burkas going unnoticed.

You see these are Jews who are doing the unthinkable, they actually believe in Judaism as a religion and worship God as prescribed by their scriptures and because of that they are considered outside of polite liberal society because both liberalism and the Lord God share one commandment in common.

Thou shalt have no other Gods but me!

As long as the Orthodox put God ahead of liberalism persecution of them will remain a non-story

 

Kill your children lose your seats

Posted: January 7, 2011 by datechguy in abortion
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Remember those two seats NY lost in redistricting, maybe this has something to do with it:

“If 41% of New York babies are aborted, with the percentage even higher in the Bronx and among our African-American babies in the world, it is downright chilling,” New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan said.

Broken down by race for 2009:

Specifically non-Hispanic Black’s have a 59.8% abortion rate.

Hispanics have a 41.3% abortion rate.

Asians have a 22.7% abortion rate.

And non-Hispanic Whites have a 20.4% abortion rate.

As I’ve said before, voting the dead is a time-honored tradition among democrats, but you can’t vote the dead if they are never born.

The article had this sentence that will simply make people like Jill Stanek and Casey Fiano’s head spin:

Planned Parenthood is also not happy about the numbers

The answer to that extraordinary sentence has two components: The first is a male bovine and the second can be represented by the answer to the equation 7 minus 5.

The fact that it is still an empty lot almost 10 years later:

We’re just three weeks shy of the moment, nine years ago, when the landing-gear assembly from the plane that hit the South Tower smashed through the roof and two floors of 45 Park Place, which housed a Burlington Coat Factory.

Imagine that, in the weeks following, you had expressed the opinion that in nine years’ time, that building would sit abandoned only 560 feet from Ground Zero — and there would be no memorial, no museum, no nothing on the 16 acres on which the towers themselves sat.

It is that failure that makes this controversy happen and although Podhordez gives the blame to Pataki (a fair amount that he earned btw) I have to say that President Bush should have lit a fire under these people. I think it should have been federalized and rebuilt as was with a museum in maybe the bottom 4 floors.

memeorandum thread here.