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Thursday, August 22, 2019

Immutable facts are controversial. We are doomed



Two genders. Life begins at conception. These are immutable facts. Republican Congressman Ralph Abraham tells the truth about genders and conception in his first campaign ad for governor of Louisiana.

Yes, America, in the 21st century immutable facts are considered controversial.

The Daily Caller reported, "Abraham dropped an advertisement Thursday titled 'Truth,' as he seeks to unseat incumbent Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards.

"In the ad, Abraham draws on his background as a doctor to say that 'life begins at conception,' and makes it clear that he believes there are only two genders."

The story also said, "Edwards issued an executive order last year banning employment discrimination against state employees on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation, but it was shut down by the state Supreme Court."

That immutable facts are controversial is an indictment of the education system and the news media. The former is an archipelago of indoctrination camps. The latter is confederacy of propagandists.

In "Nineteen Eighty-Four," they torture Winston Smith until he says he sees five fingers when his tormentor holds up only four. The Left does this with genders.

12 comments:

  1. What is that? A dinosaur with an iphone?

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  2. Science--real science--says there's XX and XY and that's it. Two possible combinations. To say there's more than two genders is to-using their words--deny science.

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  3. You quote Winston.

    Yes, is relevant quote to subject of your article.

    So far, so good.

    Now quote the only truly relevant to all existence of Winston.

    The one he screams and the one implied by the author that Julia also screamed.

    THAT one is worth an article.

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  4. Facebook made the Trump campaign pull some ads because they "targeted" women. They were ads for "Women for Trump."

    https://crayfisher.wordpress.com/2019/08/22/today-in-stupid-this-ad-violated-facebooks-rules/

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  5. Perfectly put...
    "That immutable facts are controversial is an indictment of the education system and the news media. The former is an archipelago of indoctrination camps. The latter is confederacy of propagandists."

    You should copyright those phrases, like now.

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  6. I'm concerned about myself. I'm starting to think about Marshall Law while the Trump is still prez. Lefty city's have gone insane. The twitterverse is a cesspool of hate. Antifa roams the left coast at will ( thank God the brown shirts haven't got a Hitler. Yet.)
    A crackdown seems necessary, but turn off the TV and internet, and people seem...normal.
    I don't want Marshall Law while things are normal, but it's getting hard to tell.
    Interesting times indeed.

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    1. Take a good shit.

      You'll feel better.

      Until your neighbors say to you that they want to invite you over to be dinner, you got nothing to worry about.

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    2. You know, you're right. Much better.

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    3. Pet peeve, but it's "martial law." A Marshall is a person, like Marshall Dillon.

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    4. You're half right---a Marshall is a person, but it's the person's name, like General George Marshall. Dillon was a Marshal (one L) on a TV western.
      ---Fred

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  7. You pick a goal, you drive towards it and you adjust tactics and path as needed (and only as needed), but goals you rarely change and remain unwavering.

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