Saturday, August 15, 2009

ACLU Has a Big Mouth

I found this awful story at

A principal and an athletic director in Florida could be charged with crimes and spend six months in jail after they prayed before a meal at a school event, the Washington Times reported.
Pace High School Principal Frank Lay and athletic director Robert Freeman will go on trial in federal district court Sept. 17. They're accused of violating the conditions of a lawsuit settlement reached last year with the
American Civil Liberties Union, according to the Times.
Local pastors and some students and teachers are outraged that Lay and Freeman face criminal charges, and they have protested during graduation ceremonies, the newspaper said.
"I have been defending religious freedom issues for 22 years, and I've never had to defend somebody who has been charged criminally for praying," said Mathew Staver, founder and chairman of Liberty Counsel, the Christian-based legal group that is defending the two school officials.
But an ACLU official said the Santa Rosa County School District has been guilty of "flagrant"
First Amendment violations for years, the Times reported.
"The defendants all admitted wrongdoing," said Daniel Mach, ACLU's director of
litigation for its freedom of religion program. "For example, the Pace High School teachers handbook asks teachers to 'embrace every opportunity to inculcate, by precept and example, the practice of every Christian virtue.'"
The case stems from a Jan. 28 incident in which Lay, a local Baptist church deacon, asked Freeman to offer mealtime prayers at a lunch for school employees. Staver said no students were there and the event took place on school property after hours.
Mach countered that the event was held during the school day and Lay has admitted in writing that there were students present, according to the newspaper.
The ACLU contends that the allowance of the lunchtime prayer was a breach of last year's settlement, in which the district promised, among other things, to prohibit all school employees from promoting prayers during school-sponsored events, espousing their religious beliefs and trying to convert students.

That is just utterly ridiculous! The ACLU has too much say-so in instances like this. They have no business getting all huffy because somebody was *gasp* praying. Now, of course, if the principal and athletic director were reading the Qur'an then they would have been awarded for trying to encourage Muslim faith. Which, in my mind, is just amazing they can favor something less believeable over something their ancestors based their whole lives upon! Yeah, read Little House on the Prairie, I don't remember Laura and Mary wearing Burkas and their father beating their you? Hey, it's the truth.
Everytime someone says something with God in it, the ACLU's all "Oh, no that's offensive, it's ruining our country blah-blah-blah."
This situation in Florida isn't being helped by Dearest Mr. Obama, is it? Wasn't he the one who declared that the United States "isn't a Christian nation anymore?" I thought so.
Yeah, we're obviously not a Christian nation, even though driving around town and stuff I see churches and Christian bookstores more often then I see Muslim Shrines and whatnot.
But, hey, we must embrace all religions, right, ACLU? Well, except those big, awful Christians, of course. ;-)

Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Friday, August 14, 2009

Free Money? What?!

Have you heard about this?
A $200 back-to-school giveaway for needy kids sparked a mad rush for money on the streets of New York on Tuesday.
"It's free money!" said Alecia Rumph, 26, who waited in a Morris Park, Bronx, line 300 people deep for the cash to buy uniforms and book bags for her two kids.
"Thank God for Obama. He's looking out for us."
Thousands of people lined up at banks and check-cashing shops to withdraw the cash that magically appeared on their electronic benefit cards.
Some rushed out because of rumors the money would vanish by the end of the day.
"Rumors, there's always rumors," said Teresa Medina, who waited four hours at a Pay-O-Matic in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, to get $600 for her three teenagers - just in case they were true.
The no-strings-attached money went to families receiving food stamps or welfare.
Every child between 3 and 17 was eligible for $200, which worked out to 813,845 kids across the state - including 498,866 in the city.

That's great! NOT! The last thing we need to be doing during these crazy times is handing out free money to lower income peeps.
Truthfully, if Obama was really "looking out for us," he'd be trying to create more jobs so these parents wouldn't be forced to stand in line like this.
Welfare, is really just an excuse not to find work. Think about it, you have money for things you want/need and you don't even have to go anything with your life. Great, right? Wrong.
Now, I'm fine with these type of people being on welfare:
A) Out of work. BUT, only for a couple of months. Anything over a year is just ridiculous.
B) Legally immigrated (emphasis of legally) and need help getting started. Only with the getting started part.
C)Ill with something that makes it impossible to work. Only for a while though.

I'm not a supporter of welfare by any means. But, those 3 are the only ones I think are acceptable. You have your views, and they probably differ from mine. ;)

Well, off to the gym...
Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Miley Cyrus, Strike 100# Or is it 101? Oh, well...

Have you noticed how our culture has well, gone downhill? Don't believe me? Really? Did you watch the 2009 Teen Choice Awards on Monday night?

Miley, innocent (ha!) Miley Cyrus was pole dancing! Yeah, you heard me right! She came out of a trailer looking like trailer trash. She was sporting like this kind pretty top until I realize the shirt on purposely exposes her black, lacy bra, dumb fur vest (Honey, summer's not over quite yet) and shorts that were more like undies. Seriously, what's the point in wearing shorts if you're just gonna go prancing around in spankies? (the shorts under cheer leading skirts)
And, the opening lines to her song were...
"I hopped from the plane at LAX... welcome to the land of fame and sex. " Then later in the song the lyrics are, "Nodding my head like, yeah. Moving my hips like, yeah." Oh yes, that's what little girls need to see, you shaking your booty. (I thought disco died?) Well, Miles, I'd say you adapted well to that crazy land out there.
Is she trying to show off for Nick Jonas? Like, "Hey babe, look what I can do." Ooh, that's a great way to earn him back. Keep it up, hon!
Since when is pole-dancing appropriate for children?! They were aiming this show at 10+. I didn't learn about pole dancing till I was like, 11! And even that was too early!
And to top it all off, her parents stood up clapping. No parent in their right minds would seriously applaud to see their daughter dance around a slut...would they? Apparently now they would. She's like Britney Spears' little Mini-Me.
"And I shall call her Mini Brit."
Okay, then.

In conclusion, the only reason people aren't like, publicly calling her a slut and stuff is because she is (loosely, I might add) a part of Disney Channel. Truthfully, I'm surprised they haven't kicked her off yet. She's not cute and perky like she used to be. She is like 16 going on 26. No offense meant, of course!

Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-
P.S. I might add, her song is 1# on iTunes. Shocked? Me too)

Here's the video...

Flag Yourself, Man!

Steven Crowder put up this new video, and I liked it, so I'm putting it on here. I'm stating the obvious again.
So flag yourself! Rock on! yeah...yeah...yeah...

Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Obama Girls Mentioned In An Ad? Oh My, They're Being Used As a Publicity Stunt? Huh?


I know everyone's talking about the health care reform and everything else, but I decided to talk about a story that kind of made me think...
This poster (below) is causing another controversy coming about.

Apparently, the people at the White House are getting gunchy because a Washington non-profit organization has been putting this poster up in the Union Station Train depot.

The ad features 8-year-old Jasmine Messiah from Florida who has been writing letters to her senators and Representatives to try and get healthier lunches in the cafeteria. She complains that there are no vegetarian or vegan lunches, as she is a vegetarian.
Their argument is that child obesity is at an "all-time high."

Well, Robert Gibbs got defensive and said this:
"Without getting into the specifics, we've been very clear, I think, from even before the administration started, that their two girls would have a very private life, and we want to protect that private life and their privacy,'' He stated, "And we hope that others will be respectful, as many in the media have been, about not using the girls as a publicity stunt.'' (quote found here)

Oh, yes, it would be very mean to be attack to the president's daughters... Since when is this a "publicity stunt"? The company didn't even mention their names! If they said, "Malia and Sasha Obama get healthy lunches why don't I?" then I could sort of understand, I suppose.

Of course the media has been respectful, the two girls aren't really old enough to be like, out there. So they can't really "do anything." How suck-up-ish would it be if the media was like, "Today the lovely Obama girls went shopping today with their marvelous mother, Michelle. The three-some had so much fun." That would sound more like a People magazine article instead of hard-hitting journalism. Just sayin'

Lastly, I 150% agree with this ad, all children deserve to have good school lunches. Not that I'm saying we all should be the same, that's like Communism. Not a believer in that. Ya think? But, I do support the ad, and the little girl, so Jasmine, rock on!

Oh, well, that's just my 2 cents on the whole matter...

Love, Palin, and Crowder...

-Conservative Teen-

P.S. If YOU want to sign the petition for healthier lunches,

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Hillary Clinton Blows Up! Aah! Have You Noticed I Scream A LOT!


Y'all might have seen the collected (yeah right) Hillary Clinton incident in Congo?

Well, Hillary got all freaked out when her translator misunderstood a university student asking her opinion on "an international financial matter."

"You want me to tell you what my husband thinks?" she replied incredulously when the male student asked her what "Mr. Clinton" thought of World Bank concerns about a multi-billion-dollar Chinese loan offer to the Congo.
"My husband is not secretary of state, I am," an obviously annoyed Clinton said sharply. "If you want my opinion, I will tell you my opinion. I am not going to be channeling my husband." (Scroll down for video)
The question was left unanswered as the moderator of the event quickly moved on. <source>

Take a chill pill!

So, your translator misinterprets, and it's like watching the Hulk! (Not that I'm saying she's green and big or anything) Calm down, Hils, it'll be okay. Breathe in, breathe out.
He meant to say Obama not Clinton. Wow, just amazing. She and the Queen of Hearts from Alice in Wonderland have the same problem...temper!
Another thing I was thinking about, is why the heck is she in Congo? Shouldn't she be the one greeting the girls who were released, or dealing with the Middle East? Why Congo?
Some people, not shockingly, have been doubting her maturity and wondering if she was really ready to hold this position. I've found myself wondering the same thing. Hmm...

Oh, use ranting too much.

Love, Palin, and Crowder...

- Conservative Teen-

Monday, August 10, 2009

Dangerous posters!

Today I'm going to be writing about the Obama Joker Posters which have been creating quite a controversy. Even going as far to call a poster, wait for it, DANGEROUS! Yeesh! How dumb! A poster is a poster!

They've been appearing around L.A. and seen in subway stations etc. (Something tells me Ol' Nancy-kins Pelosi wasn't putting them up)
Here's a pic of the poster...

This has brought up race! Yeah, race! The nice, little liberals are all like, "this is pure racism, aaah!" Oh, really? If at the bottom it had racial words (which I'm not allowed to post) instead of "socialism" maybe I could agree with them on that. But, haven't they realized people are getting making fun of him not because he's black, but because of all the stimulus money and the health care reform he's been promoting.

Ya know, something I don't get, if we make fun of Obama we get called racists, if Vanity Fair does this to George Bush, (below) they get a pat on the back.
(nice vampire pic, what is he George Cullen?)

Or how about this, hmm?

Should the person (or people) who did that to Sarah Palin should

A) Get slapped silly

B) Apologize

C) Get slapped again

D) Get called an anti-feminist

E) Another slap wouldn't hurt, would it?

Ya know, I believe that most liberals are a bunch of babies who need a couple spankings (oh, wait, that would be child abuse, my bad) or to just GROW UP!!!!!!! No offense, of course.
Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-

Sunday, August 9, 2009


Sorry I didn't post anyting, but time just seemed to slip through my fingers today. I promise 2 posts (or more) tomorrow!

Love, Palin, and Crowder...
-Conservative Teen-