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July 1, 2013 - 2:52 pm

The problem of arguing with liberals is that their hypocrisy never sinks in on them. I’ve been pointing out on Facebook that the same people who never care that new regulations cost business money oppose SB5 because it would cost Planned Parenthood money to upgrade its clinics so that they meet minimum ambulatory surgical center standards. The same people who tend to be skeptical of corporations are standing up for a billion dollar corporation that has been caught lying to and abusing its customers while it soaks up corporate welfare.

And take this guy. Total hypocrite.

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His sign says “Perry! Keep your dirty political hands off my daughter’s healthcare rights!”

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Gov. Perry didn’t even sponsor the bill. State Rep. Jodie Laubenberg, a woman, did, but that fact gets in the way of the narrative.

And this guy probably has no problem with Barack Obama being all up in his daughter’s healthcare, giving out morning after pills to “women of any age” including women who are actually young girls, and forcing religious businesses and charities to fund contraception in violation of their consciences.

h/t @MissLizaFace

Bryan Preston has been a leading conservative blogger and opinionator since founding his first blog in 2001. Bryan is a military veteran, worked for NASA, was a founding blogger and producer at Hot Air, was producer of the Laura Ingraham Show and, most recently before joining PJM, was Communications Director of the Republican Party of Texas.

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How is it "healthcare" when half the patients are ground into a bloody pulp?
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It's worth remembering that the lefties always and only want big government imposed on OTHER people. If the hypocrites currently nattering about our "responsibility" to fund their death panels and baby butchery were to be forced to fund crisis pregnancy centers, preemie units, orphanages, and Republican propaganda with THEIR tax dollars, the wailing against big government and socialism from them would be deafening.

It's kind of like the Old South, which had a tendency to wax downright libertarian about states' rights and property rights when it came to defending the "choice" to own slaves. Yet practically the first thing those slaveholders did after seceding was set up a big centralized government in Richmond that imposed confiscatory taxes (such as "tax in kind") on the entire Confederacy, a military draft (two years ahead of the Union), tariffs on imported goods, and all kinds of socialistic nonsense.

As long as the lefties can go on having sex with whomever and whatever they want, murdering any inconvenient babies that result from this, and forcing us to subsidize their parasitic lifestyles, nothing else they pretend to care about matters at all.
42 weeks ago
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Just thought I'd check in to see what thoughtful comments were posted in response to my previous posts regarding the hypocrisy of conservatism. Any takers? Nope. Just taddlers of.... non-explicit language...? Interesting. Very interesting.....
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Here's another thought: I can only hope how conservatives can see how Obamacare is making everyone in this country take personal responsibility for themselves as well. It isn't only about helping your neighbor live his life without having to weight the pros and cons of seeking healthcare versus financial constraints but it also forces those selfish jerks who CAN AFFORD HEALTH INSURANCE to take responsibility for the healthcare they receive in times of need without placing the burden of unpaid medical bills on the hospitals, then the private insurance companies, and then the insured of those insurance companies. Obamacare gives people a choice with their bodies. It's amazing how many Texans love governing the personal and intimate aspects of life but stomp their feet when asked to spend a dime on behalf of their neighbor. Could somebody - anybody?! - please explain to me the rationale of "conservative" principles without hating on liberals? After all, bashing the other side doesn't exactly answer my question.... :)
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I think the REAL irony lies in the hands of conservatives. You want big government when it comes to being fruitful and filling the earth and chattering about the righteousness of adoption, but then you advocate small government when it comes to paying for those innocent "lives" that were brought into the world and condescendingly look down upon the women who receive all of those "handouts" because they just keep having babies. It's about time to make up your minds, no?
42 weeks ago
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I just can't fathom advocating for the right of my daughter to kill her unborn child. Further evidence that Conservatives and Liberals are simply wired differently.
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"Gov. Perry didn’t even sponsor the bill. State Rep. Jodie Laubenberg, a woman, did, but that fact gets in the way of the narrative."

I'll bet dollars to donuts that the assembled demonstrators do not consider Laubenberg to be a woman.
42 weeks ago
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Dollar to a donut that this guy didn't make the sign, can't read the sign and was paid a paltry sum to hoist it. He's an ObamaBot following orders. He doesn't know the issue or the players.
42 weeks ago
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Leftists telling the government to stay out of healthcare?? Oh, the irony!
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How is it "healthcare" when half the patients are ground into a bloody pulp?
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If it is non-persons getting ground up then it is not a problem.
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