It Ain’t Over ‘Til The Fat Lady Sings | Columnists

The fat lady has sung. It’s over. Stacey Abrams, in her most inimitable bloviating speech to date, demonstrated just how desperate the Democrats are to christen “abortion” as the most important issue in the mid-terms. Abrams manages to conflate abortion with inflation.

Follow this paraphrase: according to Abrams, inflation is an economic phenomenon that reacts to supply and demand, ergo, if one limits or reduces the population, less food, goods, and services will be in demand, driving down costs based on the economic truism stated herein. She then proffers (and this is scary) that ultimately would abortion, sans less babies, free more women to enter the job market, who would otherwise be confined to the drudgeries of housewifery and caring for the child(ren).

Accordingly, they would produce more goods and services, again reducing inflation. According to Abrams, this is a win-win, no-brainer strategy. May I remind you that this paragon of political strategy and economics guru wants to be your next governor!

Meanwhile, back on terra firma (which is not much better), it appears that Fauci (the mother of all narcissists), Joe, the CDC, and big pharma are at it again. The pandemic (part deux); only this time, hide the kids! Just when you thought our leader might be edging up on being compos mentis, he goes and pulls a bonehead stunt like this.

Polls show that the ladies are already running away from Biden in droves, which gives one pause and a suspicion that he might have, against Jill’s wishes, had himself a double vodka and Metamucil. The mama bears will not be back.

It is not only the mothers of America who are outraged over the newest CDC’s vaccine canard. It is rumored that Pete Buttigeg (secretary of transportation) and his husband Chasten are also concerned. They recently adopted two babies, Joseph, age three, and Penelope Rose, age one.

For obvious reasons, Pete could not personally approach his boss (Joe) with his discontent about his and Chasten’s babies being vaccinated; sources say that he sent his husband, who I am told strolled (as in stroller) into the oval office with the children and begged exemption for the kids.

The Big Guy assured Chasten that the order did not apply to White House staff but cautioned Chasten to keep that information on the down low. Chasten seemed relieved. The babies were getting fussy.

I leave you with this reminder to hi-lite the pledge of our professed “Practicing Catholic” this quote from the Hypocrite in Chief: “The constitutional right established in Roe v. Wade nearly 50 years ago today is under assault as never before. It is a right we believe should be codified into law, and we pledge to defend it with every tool we possess. We are deeply committed to protecting access to health care, including reproductive health care, and to ensuring that this country is not pushed backwards on women’s equality.”

And from His Excellency, Pope Benedict XVI, “Not all moral issues have the same moral weight as abortion and euthanasia. There may be legitimate diversity of opinion even among Catholics about waging war and applying the death penalty, but not… with regard to abortion and euthanasia.”


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