Sunday, September 25, 2016

Sunday morning roundup

Well, "international community," whatcha got up your sleeve now? Looks like Assad is in power to stay, with the most intense bombing of the five-year-old Syrian war going on in the northern neighborhoods of Aleppo and Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem sounding pretty dang confident when addressing the UN General Assembly (and thanking Russia, Iran and the "Lebanese national resistance" for their solidarity).

What is it about Twitter that brings out the bratty eleven-year-old in Squirrel-Hair?

The development grew from a Twitter broadside Trump launched earlier that day.
“If dopey Mark Cuban of failed Benefactor fame wants to sit in the front row, perhaps I will put Gennifer Flowers right alongside of him!” he tweeted.
It was a shot at Clinton’s decision to seat Cuban, a frequent Trump critic, in the front row as her debate guest, and a signal that the Republican nominee might dredge up past Clinton scandals as ammunition.
Trump originally misspelled Flowers’ first name, then sent a corrected tweet minutes later.
The Most Equal Comrade knew that Madame BleachBit was using a private email server. That's why he used a synonym.

President Obama is not stupid. He had to know this server was not a secure, State Department server. Two things stand out:
  1. If the President thought he was emailing somebody on a secure server, why on earth would he have to use a pseudonym? It's not as though he was trying to send explicitly sexual photos to somebody ala 'Carlos Danger' (Anthony Weiner) or hiding who he was while checked into a facility to treat STD's ala 'Ron Mexico' (Michael Vick).
  2. President Obama has portrayed himself as the tech savvy President. Wouldn't he wonder why an email he was sending to Hillary was not going to a address and to I find it very difficult to believe he didn't know. See point 1 as to why.
John Hawkins at Townhall says that the NFL turning into a sewer of America-hatred presents conservatives a perfect opportunity to put their money where their mouth is and do something about reaching our flatlining culture. Something for us - me, anyway - to think about just a few hours before this week's kickoff time.

How advanced is the rot? Well, a "Christian" school in Virginia is perpetuating this dog vomit:

A Christian school in Virginia is providing materials to students saying that gender is a state of mind and that "genderqueer" is a natural self-identity.  St. Stephen's and St. Agnes in Alexandria, Virginia, is associated with the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia and teaches pre-K through 12th grade.
The Episcopal school features artwork displayed in the hallways pertaining to “The Genderbread Person.”
The St. Stephen's and St. Agnes “Genderbread Person” has a gingerbread man shaped cookie with a rainbow colored brain.  It contains a heart-labeled orientation, and a symbol in the genital regions labeled sex, which identifies as male, female, and both.  This poster is hanging in the halls of the school.  The poster also provides St. Stephen's and St. Agnes students the URL, where they can peruse articles like “30 Examples of Heterosexual Privilege” or a “Comprehensive List of LGBTQ+ Vocabulary Definitions.”
Roundup within a roundup: Scott Johnson at Power Line  presents a compendium of takes on the erosion of integrity within the FBI.

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