Roasted honey red stretch

Sunday, May 24, 2009

We are not Obama Haters

There may be some misunderstanding among those who see this blog and others who have strong opposition to the President being honored at Notre Dame. This is NOT about hating Obama, the man.

To hate President Obama would be almost as wrong as killing the unborn. Our opposition is to the culture of death, that is being furthered by this man's policies. It has no place being honored at a Catholic Institution, and our Bishops have already said this. Specifically forbidden the giving of honors to politicians who are anti life. And Yes Obama is Anti life!

In case you have been sleeping since the election, within a very very short time after the election the president started implementing the promises he has made to Planned Parenthood that would increase their profits and further their annihilation of poor minority children. He started with the rescinding of the Mexico City policy, which forbade the use of American monies to kill the unborn in foreign lands. This policy is estimated to have saved the lives of several million babies since its implementation.

Next, the President, in a purely political move, authorized the use of taxpayer monies to fund completly unnecessary research on live human embryos to harvest thier stem cells. This research is unnecessary because of breakthroughs in stem cell research that prove that no infants need be killed to further the noble cause of stem cell research.

In his march to aid profits for the death mongers at abortion mills Obama has started removing restrictions to abortions which help women wait a bit and think through the implications of killing thier own child. In addition he has made plans to do away with parental notification for abortions, a law that protects young women from major surjical procedures without proper background history for the medical caregivers. This law helps save the lives of the mothers-to-be.

Think about it, when a lady becomes pregnant she is considered a mom-to-be, doesn't that say that we know there is a baby in her womb? When pro-abortionists promote thier cause they say that they want to help make abortion less common? WHY? If it is just a blob of tissue then who cares? But if it is, after all, as scientists tell us, the taking of life, which exists from the moment of first cell division, then yes it should be rare!

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Friday, May 15, 2009

A New Hero

  • May 15: A protester of President Obama's Notre Dame visit during graduation ceremonies on Sunday is arrested and hauled away by police.
  • May 15: Protesters of Obama's graduation visit to the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.
  • May 15: Protesters march against President Obama's visit to Notre Dame.
  • May 15: A protester is subdued by police on Notre Dame's campus in South Bend, Ind.
  • May 15: A protester of Obama's visit to Notre Dame is restrained by police on the campus in South Bend, Ind.
  • May 8: A truck adorned with anti-abortion protest signs is seen during a protest at Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind. University of Notre Dame students who plan to protest the school's awarding of an honorary degree to President Barack Obama on campus during commencement Sunday are calling for a peaceful, prayerful approach.
  • May 8: Anti-abortion protestors led by Alan Keyes cross the path of pro-Obama Notre Dame students in South Bend, Ind. University of Notre Dame students plan to protest the school's awarding of an honorary degree to Obama on campus during commencement Sunday.
  • May 8: A truck adorned with anti-abortion protest signs is seen during a protest at Notre Dame in South Bend, Ind.
  • May 8: Notre Dame senior Matthew Degnan
Notice that Mr. Degnan has his hands behind his back. That is because he got arrested today while praying on Notre Dame Campus!

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

St. Plurks Potato Soup

This soup was developed with the help of the best cooks at St. Plurks Online Parish!

1/3 C butter
A large bunch of Green onions, chopped, tops and all
6-7 medium potatoes (i used russets), clean and chop(leave skins on)
4-5 Chicken bullion cubes
2 quarts water
1 Cup dry milk powder
Pepper to taste
4 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled

Saute' the green onions in the butter on med low heat, for 15 to 20 min. Add potatoes, bullion cubes and water, and let simmer until potatoes are done(not too soft). Add dry milk powder and stir well, pepper to taste and crumble in bacon and simmer a few more minutes.

Great with Corn bread!

Tuesday, May 5, 2009

The Big Mac