Sunday, December 21, 2014

RP: A "Wrapping Comment" Came via the Mail Bag -- Whilest I was Making Smoked Ham and Bean Soup!!!

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White Bean and Ham Soup


Those three-pack thick slabs of ham from Costco are what made the right ham possible, here in Mexico -- if you are not feeding a whole DEN OF INIQUITY, which their other hams want to do.

Granted, I was a little heavy on herbs de provence, used fresh kale and canned chopped tomatoes instead of carrot, and a third pound of bacon instead of a hock, but it is smelling BETTER THAN GRANDMOTHER'S HOUSE around here now!!!

This is as ridiculous as the White Americans claiming that Christianity is the native religion of the United States!!! That Jesus stuff is an IMPORTED PRODUCT, sillies!!!

Traditionally the Three Wise Men and the Nativity Scene replace Santa Claus and the Christmas tree in Mexico, but those traditions are at risk.
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There once was a man named Scott, 
Who said, "The whole is not what it ought." 
So he got to the bottom, as would a man of Sodom, 
Of all that would give him a "shot".


Well, well, WELL!!!

By Richard Lough BUENOS AIRES, Dec 21 (Reuters) - An orangutan held in an Argentine zoo can be freed and transferred to a sanctuary after a court recognized...
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RP: With Appreciation for HUGELY INCREASING Blog Hits, Recently: Frank Meyer, Charles Quigley, & Colin Hamilton!!!

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"Come and get it, Christian Gals!!!" ~ Frank K. Meyer, DDS

And just think . . . Frank Meyer was Frank Sinatra's Palm Springs dentist -- even marrying one of Sinatra's old girlfriends.

Me and Frank exchanging ideasLittle ItalyManhattan, December 2012.

And what's MORE, I know some of Frank's closest relatives

I love this photo from my friends Danny Sinatra and Phoebe Dollar's wedding. Read more about them and "Confederate Dollar" here, where there is ALSO more on Colin Hamilton that I wrote MONTHS ago!!!:

>>> EMAIL JUST SENT TO PUERTO VALLARTA WRITERS GROUP (with additions for clarity and further informationizing).

My next campaign will be to destroy CNN, which began working against me in 1990, when I dropped copies of everything I took to Newt Gingrich's office about the HUGE Colombian/CIA/Republican Party narco-trafficking behind my house also at CNN HQ in Atlanta -- and landed in jail for 15 weeks on charge of simple trespass, yet was in jail WITHOUT BOND for a crime that normally would have gotten a "Pillar of the Community" with NO criminal record, a warning and it would likely have been dropped.

That judge also forced me into house arrest probation for a year and to take the partially lobotomizing drug Lithium, and psychiatrists later have opined that I am NOT bipolar.

Some examples of CNN protecting SUPER CORRUPT writer Edmund White, who was once the top Gay Activist in the USA:

CNN protects and FEATURES material about Christal Presley. She is best friends with Jill Rhodes Hannity -- who had been her college roommate at VA Tech, as well as Jill's fag-husband -- that many times proven -- Sean Hannity of Fox News:


One of the "Boy Groups" Sean financially sponsored

re: Sean Hannity  Almost two years ago Sean Hannity  revisited Atlanta and attempted  to remain incognito while cruising a gay bar. He reportedly had donned a flannel shirt, a denim cap with a bill and also pleated pants which looked sort of baggy. He apparently spoke with no one except the bartender.

Now when he finished his Shirley Temple drink, he is said to have paid the bartender and scanned the small group of other patrons without so much as a nod to anyone, not even a cutie. However, just as he was about to exit the bar and return to his waiting taxi a man of about 40 yrs. slipped him a note which read "Hi Sean. How is Jill?" 

This was reported to me by an erstwhile friend.

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Anyway, I need to get back to writing the blog, but I've done FAR MORE research on Frank and Charles and it will be hooty!!! Both have that "bleed thing" of lots of my blog's images showing up if you image-google them, but Frank less, since he has more of an internetic life, but for BOTH of them, the first image from my blog to show up and well ahead of the others, is this one:

Readers know that this is the gay bar where "Fernando Merino" worked as a dancer and prostitute, when I first arrived back in PV 2.5 years ago, and Fernando is actually the only child of Colombia's top cocaine exporter, as well as the Godson of "Hector-the-Engineer", who had placed the booby trap in the Chunnel to collapse it on command of the CIA to fake another terrorist attack and keep everyone afraid and so the NAZIs can take over more quickly. These people are intimately connected to Luis Melgoza of -- probably the top CIA agent in PV, and he intimately with Pastor Ric Lehman and his "NO RULES" Christian church -- which I just discovered that not just Charles, but Frank belongs to too.

See how Frank Meyer's image-google results are currently developing:
You may all recall the recent day when Colin Hamilton said that Danny Mininni HATED Frank Meyer, had had some altercations with him in the past, and would LOVE if he never set foot in Act II Stages again. Remember too, that all my communications go directly to the UN-CORRUPTED parts of the US and Mexican Governments -- as well as the corrupted parts. At this point, I have mapped out enough of the HEART of the corruption problem in Puerto Vallarta for US and Mexican Governments -- as much as an amateur who is NOT paid for it can reasonably do, which is why I can now commence FULL FORCE against CNN.

And as far as images go, rather than post the dorks of dorks, I will look for some humorous penises -- perhaps dressed up as if going to a White House Party -- so that when they show up on everyone's google searches -- especially those of your grandchildren (who do these searches while Old Farts are too stupid to even realize the world has RADICALLY CHANGED), this will give MANY the opportunity to tell their OWN story to their QUESTIONING families -- whether local or abroad.

Two dorks, Thomas Lanier "Tennessee" Williams and Scott David Kenan --dressed up for a White House Party, 1981.

If you notice to whom I have OPENLY sent this, you see, I am preparing the press for a possible "DOOZY". (Redacted for blog -- for now) is the person who constantly fights me, yet sends me money. His first emails were identical in style to those of John Uecker, who not only murdered Tennessee Williams, but was James Gandolfini's drama teacher and probably his drug supplier -- and we all know what happened to Mr. Gandolfini.

But the fact is, I've had it with "Testosteroni", but decided rather than irrevocably publishing all his living and contact info on blog, I'll just warn him this way, and see if it has any effect, first.

Well have a pleasant Sunday, and sit back and ENJOY THE ENTERTAINMENT!!!

OH!!! I almost forgot, here is how I'm beginning this blog post:

Sunday, December 21, 2014

With Appreciation for HUGELY INCREASING Blog Hits, Recently: Frank Meyer, Charles Quigley, & Colin Hamilton!!!

"Come and get it, Christian Gals -- it's gotten even BIGGER -- and juicier!!!



Saturday, December 20, 2014

RP: From POLITICO: Serious Background on Evangelicals' Attitudes about ABORTION (it is FULL of surprises for both Left and Right)!!!

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The Real Origins of the Religious Right

They’ll tell you it was abortion. Sorry, the historical record’s clear: It was segregation.

One of the most durable myths in recent history is that the religious right, the coalition of conservative evangelicals and fundamentalists, emerged as a political movement in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling legalizing abortion. The tale goes something like this: Evangelicals, who had been politically quiescent for decades, were so morally outraged by Roe that they resolved to organize in order to overturn it.

This myth of origins is oft repeated by the movement’s leaders. In his 2005 book, Jerry Falwell, the firebrand fundamentalist preacher, recounts his distress upon reading about the ruling in the Jan. 23, 1973, edition of the Lynchburg News: “I sat there staring at the Roe v. Wade story,” Falwell writes, “growing more and more fearful of the consequences of the Supreme Court’s act and wondering why so few voices had been raised against it.” Evangelicals, he decided, needed to organize.

Some of these anti-Roe crusaders even went so far as to call themselves “new abolitionists,” invoking their antebellum predecessors who had fought to eradicate slavery.

But the abortion myth quickly collapses under historical scrutiny. In fact, it wasn’t until 1979—a full six years after Roe—that evangelical leaders, at the behest of conservative activist Paul Weyrich, seized on abortion not for moral reasons, but as a rallying-cry to deny President Jimmy Carter a second term. Why? Because the anti-abortion crusade was more palatable than the religious right’s real motive: protecting segregated schools. So much for the new abolitionism.
Today, evangelicals make up the backbone of the pro-life movement, but it hasn’t always been so. Both before and for several years after Roe, evangelicals were overwhelmingly indifferent to the subject, which they considered a “Catholic issue.” In 1968, for instance, a symposium sponsored by the Christian Medical Society andChristianity Today, the flagship magazine of evangelicalism, refused to characterize abortion as sinful, citing “individual health, family welfare, and social responsibility” as justifications for ending a pregnancy. In 1971, delegates to the Southern Baptist Convention in St. Louis, Missouri, passed a resolution encouraging “Southern Baptists to work for legislation that will allow the possibility of abortion under such conditions as rape, incest, clear evidence of severe fetal deformity, and carefully ascertained evidence of the likelihood of damage to the emotional, mental, and physical health of the mother.” The convention, hardly a redoubt of liberal values, reaffirmed that position in 1974, one year after Roe, and again in 1976.

When the Roe decision was handed down, W. A. Criswell, the Southern Baptist Convention’s former president and pastor of First Baptist Church in Dallas, Texas—also one of the most famous fundamentalists of the 20th century—was pleased: “I have always felt that it was only after a child was born and had a life separate from its mother that it became an individual person,” he said, “and it has always, therefore, seemed to me that what is best for the mother and for the future should be allowed.”

Although a few evangelical voices, including Christianity Today magazine, mildly criticized the ruling, the overwhelming response was silence, even approval. Baptists, in particular, applauded the decision as an appropriate articulation of the division between church and state, between personal morality and state regulation of individual behavior. “Religious liberty, human equality and justice are advanced by the Supreme Court abortion decision,” wrote W. Barry Garrett of Baptist Press.
So what then were the real origins of the religious right? It turns out that the movement can trace its political roots back to a court ruling, but not Roe v. Wade.

In May 1969, a group of African-American parents in Holmes County, Mississippi, sued the Treasury Department to prevent three new whites-only K-12 private academies from securing full tax-exempt status, arguing that their discriminatory policies prevented them from being considered “charitable” institutions. The schools had been founded in the mid-1960s in response to the desegregation of public schools set in motion by the Brown v. Board of Education decision of 1954. In 1969, the first year of desegregation, the number of white students enrolled in public schools in Holmes County dropped from 771 to 28; the following year, that number fell to zero.

In Green v. Kennedy (David Kennedy was secretary of the treasury at the time), decided in January 1970, the plaintiffs won a preliminary injunction, which denied the “segregation academies” tax-exempt status until further review. In the meantime, the government was solidifying its position on such schools. Later that year, President Richard Nixon ordered the Internal Revenue Service to enact a new policy denying tax exemptions to all segregated schools in the United States. Under the provisions of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, which forbade racial segregation and discrimination, discriminatory schools were not—by definition—“charitable” educational organizations, and therefore they had no claims to tax-exempt status; similarly, donations to such organizations would no longer qualify as tax-deductible contributions.


RP: Shall We Return Now to the CHRISTMAS SPIRIT (no offence to non-believers)!!!

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Christmas in deep Latin America.

MARCY ME -- # 18 is Carol CHANNING!!!
Who knew???

America’s strength comes from its' diversity, and some of the country’s most prominent celebrity figures have incredibly diverse ethnic backgrounds–even though
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Who's more likely to support a policy of U.S. torture of detainees, religious Americans or non-religious Americans?
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No matter what else I have said or written, I hold my wealthy relatives in high esteem for so PERFECTLY PRESERVING this gigantic tribute to the Guilded Age -- WHOOOPS!!! "Gilded".

Remember, it was THERE that Elton John LOST all his "Gay Cred" by playing at Drug Rush Limbaugh's THIRD serial wedding -- hosted by Thomas S. Kenan IIISee more

Lynne and Dick Cheney with daughters.

And at the Flagler Museum, across the street, if I've read all the plaques (both bronze and dental), correctly, the operation there is funded first by Kenansthen by Flaglerswith Dick and Lynne Cheney coming in third.


BEFORE I FORGET: I wouldn't rejoin the Puerto Vallarta Writers Group, now, if you PAID ME (money -- I might feel better if I'm paid with man-sex). And I am STILL trying to figure out why Malcolm and Joan Tanton -- who are regulars who NEVER have a thing to read -- attend so often. Surely it isn't just for Malcolm to PROMOTE GMO CROPS, which is about all he does, they Canadian citizens, although he is originally from the British Isles.

The Breakers Hotel is the TOP TOURIST DESTINATION in the United States for "One-Percenters"!!!

Come on inPrecious!!!

Make YOUR reservation TODAY!!!