Chamblee54 Agrees With Matt Walsh

Posted in Politics, Religion, The Internet, Undogegorized by chamblee54 on August 26, 2014









Sometimes, you need to quit gathering material, and start to write. There is so much you can say, and the attention spans are so limited. It is more a matter of thinning down the product, to make it fit in between the pictures. If you miss something, there is tomorrow.

Popular blogger Matt Walsh posted a piece today, Attention gay rights lobby: your feelings aren’t constitutionally protected. Paragraphs one, two, and four have fourteen words total. Here is the third paragraph. If the yellow text is tough to read, you can highlight it.

A Catholic couple in New York has been charged and fined for violating the “rights” of a gay couple by choosing not to host a gay wedding on their farm. This story has garnered little interest and virtually no media attention, which is understandable considering that everything in the world had to take a backseat while the entire nation sat enthralled for two weeks by a local police matter in a place called Ferguson. Of course, the media only considers homicide to be a “local crime story” when it involves an abortionist serial killer slaughtering hundreds of infants right in the middle of a major American city for three decades. But an officer-involved-shooting in Missouri? Now there’s something with vaster implications than 100 abortionist-involved-beheadings, right?

To be fair, there are times when Mr. Walsh has a point. The circus in Ferguson has gone on way past it’s fifteen minutes. The shouters enjoy the sound of their voices. Many people, who might even be sympathetic to the issue of police vs. african america, are tired of hearing about it. The overkill might be counter productive. Nobody likes being yelled at.

Ditto for the matter of solving social issues through court action. The suspicion here is that the wedding lawsuit has a backstory we are not hearing. And why should the authorities get involved if you don’t get your way? This seems to be a case where lawyers are running amok.

If you want to know more about this “aborted” wedding, Mr. Google can fill you in. It is not an issue that is especially interesting. The site, a Catholic facility, is probably not going to be “fair and balanced.” The ad next to the article says “STOP the assault on Mary. Sign the petition.”

All of these sites have advertising. The editorial content is designed to deliver eyeballs to the sponsors wares. For Mr. Walsh, the ad encourages readers to Get a free U.S. – Israel Flag Pin. The slaughter of children in Gaza is overlooked. Many say that is the motive for the Ferguson uproar.

As his many readers know, Matt Walsh does not like abortion. The murder of living children in Gaza, and Missouri, is not as important as making noise about abortion. This is another issue where preaching to the choir is more important that winning new followers. If you don’t like the constant onslaught of anti abortion rhetoric, then you are a terrible person. If you are tired of hearing about Ferguson MO, then you are a racist.

The abort bleep today takes a bizarre turn. The link is to Breitbart dot com. (There is another opportunity to get a U.S. -Israel flag pin on today’s Breitbart page.) The feature shows a twitter exchange. One of the tweeters is certified nutcase Mollie Ziegler Hemingway.

@MZHemingway WaPo health policy reporter @SarahKliff has 80+ site hits on Akin/Fluke/Komen and zero on Gosnell? Would love an explanation. @sarahkliff @MZHemingway Hi Molly – I cover policy for the Washington Post, not local crime, hence why I wrote about all the policy issues you mention. Twitter is not known for deep conversation.

This is all about funloving abortionist Kermit Gosnell. One person, who apparently covers “policy,” did not write enough about Dr. Gosnell. In her 140 character comment, she referred to the Gosnell clinic as “local crime.” Sixteen months later, this twitter convo morphs into “the media” considering a gruesome medical tragedy to be “local crime.”

This tweet fails to mention the documented fact that Dr. Gosnell had nicer waiting rooms for WWOC, than for WOC. This is clear evidence of racism. The job of cleaning up the media never stops.









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  1. said, on August 26, 2014 at 4:55 pm

    You fail to respond to those who reply directly… I am therefore unsubscribing. Goodbye, BHG           54″ To: Sent: Tuesday, August 26, 2014 3:17:58 PM Subject: [New post] Chamblee54 Agrees With Matt Walsh

    chamblee54 posted: ” Sometimes, you need to quit gathering material, and start to write. There is so much you can say, and the attention spans are so limited. It is more a matter of thinning down the product, to make it fit in between the pi”

  2. shawnbrucepruett said, on August 26, 2014 at 7:06 pm

    Yikes! All of the issues that I try to avoid…….umm…I feel that a woman has a right to her own body and, if an abortion is required that any sane and normal, life-loving, human-loving woman would have the sense to do what was right for her and her situation. Pro-Life I am not. Pro Common Sense I am definitely FOR. I am stunned at myself for commenting such a thing, but I felt compelled.
    I think I also disagree with your comment that ‘anyone who thinks Ferguson is tiresome is a racist’, (or whatever your exact words were) is utterly out of order. This kind of attention brings out the racism in everyone, it is not fair, it is not good, but it is the way it is. Our culture has moves to make in the forward motion to deal properly with that, which I believe our society has made positive strides in the right direction, but shit like this snaps us back into the reality of it all. I do believe we are on the right track though. I do not feel that since I am sick and G/D tired of hearing about it that I am a racist, I prefer to think of myself as a ‘let’s get this shit knocked T/F out, determine who was in the wrong, and move on’. Move on in a forward positive motion, not falling back into a bad place we fought so hard to come out of….kind of where LGBT is right now. The poor guy who found himself in the wrong place at the wrong time-may he rest in peace, and if the officer was in the wrong, in which strenuous measures will be made to determine if he was wrong or not, so, if he is found at fault, he will pay for his action, not with his life, but he will pay. If his action was wrong, there are definite discrimination issues within the Ferguson Police force that need to be addressed, maybe even so if he is found not in the wrong.I don’t know. Fair? No. But like I said, that is the way our fucked up society runs. BUT-There is no need to fight violence with violence. It is not right, nor is it acceptable. This “you’re a racist, she’s a racist’ BS is getting on my last nerve, it’s 2014 for crying out loud!!!!!!! In the future, I believe the modern man will all be black/white/yellow hybrids…so there…Take that to the laundry mat and wash it!
    I do enjoy your writings and outlook on our society, usually I remain a fly on the wall….you caught me on a rather boisterous day.

    • chamblee54 said, on August 26, 2014 at 8:43 pm

      Good to hear from you. I can’t decide if I agree with you or not.
      I don’t like what happened in Ferguson. I also don’t like getting yelled at about it. I feel like the commentary has gone on too long, and it is time to get back to whatever we were doing before this distraction. I suspect that this hullabaloo is a distraction to divert our attention from other issues.
      ” ‘anyone who thinks Ferguson is tiresome is a racist” That is not my thought. It is an attitude I discern in the current controversy. There is a lot of preaching to the choir about Ferguson, just as there is about abortion. It is getting to the point where most of the people who are sounding off are tickling the ears of those who agree with them. I can easily see some of these people labeling those who do not share their fervor as being racist.
      FWIW the words racist and racism are used way too much. This is a damaging accusation, and it is carelessly made much too often. America would be well served to avoid using those two words. This will not affect the struggle for racial equality, or whatever it is that people want these days. Just avoid using those words. It won’t hurt you.

      • shawnbrucepruett said, on August 26, 2014 at 9:09 pm

        My comment zoomed in on your two sentences,”If you don’t like the constant onslaught of anti abortion rhetoric, then you are a terrible person. If you are tired of hearing about Ferguson MO, then you are a racist.” They rubbed me wrong. I do not like to even talk about race relations in our country, the hurt runs deep. I am, however, tired of hearing about Ferguson…..I want to get to get to an end…..for the family of the lost and for the country and it’s race relations. Never did I intend on lowering the severity of race relations in our country, but controversy can run rampant if not kept in check.
        We all have our opinions…I actually loved debate class in high school….As I said before, more attention should be paid to the family in mourning, and the fair and swift treatment of the gunman.
        It was good to hear from you too!

      • chamblee54 said, on August 26, 2014 at 9:20 pm

        ” I do not like to even talk about race relations in our country, the hurt runs deep.” Amen.

        I have a blog post in the pipeline about the concept of post racial america. I think this would be a good development, but it will not happen in my lifetime. There are too many people who think it is to their advantage to stir the shit.

      • shawnbrucepruett said, on August 26, 2014 at 9:32 pm

        It sucks, but I think you are right. I currently live in south-central LA, I am happy and content.
        It is disturbing to think of how many generations it will take for us to all get along as a species. Hate, I guess, is programmed right along with love in our DNA sequences. I try to love, even if I know the person I’m lovin’ doesn’t love me. The Golden Rule is not over-rated.
        I like your idea of a “Post-racial America”, but I agree with you, we have a long way to go to be able to use that phrase and will probably neither be privy to it’s euphoria in our lifetimes.
        I did not click on any of your links, I should go back and give it a thorough reading.
        As always, best wishes.

      • chamblee54 said, on August 26, 2014 at 9:35 pm

        I have a rule for living. If you don’t like me, I don’t like you.
        If you get tired of the text, it is ok to skip over it and look at the pictures.

      • shawnbrucepruett said, on August 26, 2014 at 9:48 pm

        Oh but I like you. I am regretful if I wrote anything that gave you a false feeling otherwise. Although much of what you write is not my favorite things to read i.e. Politics, religion, etc.,a lot of what you write I completely enjoy. You have proven your genuine human traits through our private communication, of which I am always happy to see in my inbox. .The pictures are an added bonus. I respect and am proud to know you.

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