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The world has lost its sense of irony November 19, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, contraception, disaster, episcopate, error, foolishness, General Catholic, rank stupidity, scandals, secularism, sickness, Society.
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Two highly ironic things in the article below.  The irony is completely lost on the subjects.  Case 1, one of the major reasons Missouri’s black students are up in arms – aside from the tingly sensation of power they are enjoying – is because the university has had to cancel it’s health insurance for graduate students due to Obamacare.  This especially upset the millionaire son hunger-striker.  Case two, Planned Barrenhood reveals for the umpteenth time their complete lack of shame:

University of Missouri graduate students, including hunger strike protester Jonathan Butler, have been protesting on campus in part because of cuts to the students’ health-care coverage as a result of Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act.

The Wall Street Journal reports that the cutbacks were explained in detail on an August posting on the school’s website, which said Obamacare’s regulations banned employers, like universities, from paying for their grad students’ health insurance.

Graduate students would have to buy insurance in individual markets as a result of not being eligible for the insurance plan offered to MU staff and faculty.

The St. Louis Post Dispatch reported that the Internal Revenue Service posted a bulletin offering guidance on this issue and threatened “severe” penalties for noncompliance.

…….In a letter announcing his hunger strike, Butler described incidents that, he said, “dynamically disrupted the learning experience for marginalized/ underrepresented students.” [Oh PLEASE!  Underrepresented even though admissions standards are dramatically lower for certain minorities, which doesn’t help their representation when over half fail out during their freshman year]

Butler wrote, “In the past 90 days alone we have seen the MSA (Missouri Students Association) President Payton Head being called the n-word on campus, [by a non-student, if it happened at all. The word was allegedly called from a passing vehicle, making misinterpretation very likely.  And what precipitated it use?] graduate students being robbed of their health insurance, [blame your brother Barack for that]Planned Parenthood services being stripped from campus, #ConcernedStudent1950 peaceful demonstrators being threatened with pepper spray, [BS] and a matter of days ago a vile and disgusting act of hatred where a MU student drew a swastika in the Gateway residential hall with their own feces.” [which was not directed at any group, and could have just been drunken stupidity]

Now for the Planned Barrenhood stupidity:

Mizzou also canceled 10 contracts with Planned Parenthood three months ago. The contracts had allowed MU’s nursing and medical students to get experience at Planned Parenthood facilities in five cities in four states, the Associated Press reported….

………The canceled contracts angered both student body and faculty alike, and two months later, by October, MU allowed its nursing and medical students to work at Planned Parenthood clinics. The new agreement, however, banned the students from participating in abortion services — a measure that was allowed under the previous agreements.

Planned Parenthood of Kansas and Mid-Missouri president and CEO Laura McQuade was pleased the agreements were renewed but told the AP that “more must be done.” She said the university had surrendered to “political bullying.”

Oh now that’s rich!  Planned Barrenhood, which unleashed the most brazen bullying imaginable to crush Susan G. Komen when they defunded them, complaining about mass opposition to Planned Barrenhood’s selling of murdered baby parts as “political bullying!”

And how did abortion become legal, anyway?  Was that not an undemocratic act of political bullying by 7 unaccountable, unelected old men in black robes?!?  And what of Planned Barrenhood’s bribes and payouts to politicians to keep abortion legal, isn’t that a form of bullying?  What a crock.

But I’m wasting my breath.  What else would one expect from an organization drenched in innocent children’s blood?

Comments

1. anthony sistrom - November 20, 2015

Canon Francis Ripley was a canon ol Liverpool not Westminster.
Do you have a copy of the 1973 edition of This is the Faith. He
evidently trimmed the original and quoted generously from Vatican
II. I would prefer Thomas A. Nelson’s traditional approach though
I think it is dishonest to make changes to the work of a gifted priest
theologian without acknowledging them especially since Canon
Ripley died in 1998. Kind regards, Anthony

Tantumblogo - November 20, 2015

Did I bring him up in the post? Are you saying I changed something he wrote, or TAN?

2. Baseballmom - November 20, 2015

The whole thing is a big hoax….none of the so called allegations have been shown to have occurred, and I doubt the rich boy ever went hungry for a day…. All ginned up like Occupy Wall Street before the 2012 election…. Obama is behind it all, I would bet the mortgage.

3. Tim - November 21, 2015

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