Sunday, March 29, 2015

Slow Saturday Special: Cutting Colorado Loose

Maybe you will think I've lost it when you read the commentary; however, there are more things than heaven, earth, and the Boston Globe in this world.

"No murder charge for Colo. woman accused of cutting into expectant mom" Associated Press  March 28, 2015

DENVER — A Colorado woman accused of cutting a baby from an expectant mother’s womb was charged Friday with attempted murder, assault, and unlawful termination of a pregnancy — but not murder, after a prosecutor said there was no evidence the baby “ever took a breath outside her mother.”

The lack of the more serious charge for Dynel Lane, 34, angered activists and led Republican lawmakers to vow to reopen a charged debate over the point at which a fetus is legally considered a human being.

Ah, more division, distraction, and diversion brought by the most extreme and outrageous crimes or examples that the propaganda pre$$ can find.

The unlawful termination charge was filed under a new law intended to be a compromise between opponents and supporters of abortion rights.

‘‘On this point, Colorado law is absolutely unambiguous,’’ Boulder District Attorney Stan Garnett said at a news conference as protesters demonstrated outside the courthouse.

Lane is accused of having lured Michelle Wilkins, 26, to her home with a Craigslist ad selling baby clothes. Wilkins, who was about eight months pregnant, survived and left the hospital this week.


"Woman who had baby cut from belly released from hospital" AP  March 26, 2015

LONGMONT, Colo. — A Colorado woman whose unborn baby was cut from her womb by a stranger with a kitchen knife has been released from a hospital a week after the attack.

The family of Michelle Wilkins, 26, said in a statement Wednesday that she is in a safe location with her partner, Dan, and faces a long and costly recovery. The baby girl she planned to name Aurora did not survive.

Police say Dynel Lane, 34, lured Wilkins to her home March 18 with a Craigslist ad offering baby clothes. Lane then beat and stabbed Wilkins and removed the unborn child. Prosecutors plan to charge her Friday.

Wilkins’s family thanked the public for the “love, kindness, and spiritual solidarity” they say has helped her.

This all seems so strange to me, and knowing that the new$paper is not in the business of full disclosure, I begin to wonder what is truly behind the rash of these things that I see in the paper from time to time, as well as the thousands of disappeared children every year (murderous elite pedophile rings come to mind, and the propaganda pre$$ has no interest in investigating that). 


"Plot to kidnap babies led to death of 3-week-old girl, Calif. officials say" by Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press  March 27, 2015

LONG BEACH, Calif. — A woman masterminded a scheme to kidnap two babies and pass them off as her own to cover up a lie she told her boyfriend about giving birth to twins, police said in explaining a chilling plot that left a 3-week-old baby girl dead and four relatives of the children injured.

Giseleangelique Rene D’Milian, 47, and three others were arrested Wednesday.

Police from two Southern California cities revealed details at a news conference about the plot they believe led to the January death of Eliza Delacruz of Long Beach and an assault last month on a 23-year-old mother who was targeted for her 4-month-old son. The boy was not harmed.

The crimes began when D’Milian told her married boyfriend she had given birth to his twins last December while she was out of the country, police said. There is no indication he knew of the plans.

‘‘She fabricated a story and wanted him to believe these children were his. Why? We don’t know. We’re not sure what the motivation was,’’ Long Beach Police Lieutenannt Lloyd Cox said, adding that D’Milian was searching for children with a dark complexion that matched her own.

Uh-huh, and that first phrase ironically describes my approach to the lying and distorting pre$$ these days with all their staged and scripted war propaganda and mind-manipulating psyop bs. It's become quite sickening, as you can tell from the paucity of posts here on a daily basis.

Investigators in Long Beach and El Segundo would not say how baby Eliza died and declined to discuss what may have motivated the woman’s three accomplices beyond saying that the man they believe carried out the attacks was a friend and the other woman arrested was D’Milian’s daughter.

I'm starting to think Satanic sacrifices and rituals, child pornography, and the elite pedophile rings that are vaguely covered (if covered at all) in my protective propaganda pre$$ -- if for no other reason than the experience of reading so many half-truths or outright lies of shallow superficiality presented each and every day. None of this crap makes any sense anymore.

Long Beach Police Chief Robert Luna called the plot ‘‘evil.’’

Yeah, I agree with that. There is evil in the world, and in ways I never thought.

‘‘I can’t summarize it any other way,’’ he said. ‘‘In my 29 years, I’ve never seen anything like this. We’ve never seen anything like this where someone goes out looking for babies and they attempt to kill the mothers. It’s just unbelievable.’’


The details emerged a week after a Colorado woman who told her family she was pregnant lured an expectant mother and cut the unborn baby from her belly, authorities said.... 



Speaking of cutting out babies:

"Abortion debate stalls 2 popular bipartisan bills before Congress" by Jessica Meyers, Globe Staff  March 28, 2015

WASHINGTON — Bipartisan bills to assist sex trafficking victims and improve the health care system for America’s senior citizens seemed innocuous enough.

But the treacherous politics of abortion have crept into a Senate debate over these widely supported measures and threatened their passage, thwarting even mid-size accomplishments in the new Congress.

Senate Democrats have slowed progress on the bills because they object to a provision routinely embedded in health spending bills that bars funding for most abortions.

Their hardened stance has played well with abortion rights groups. But it also has given Republicans an opening to accuse them of obstructing important bills over narrow concerns — a reversal of the allegations lobbed by Democrats when they held control.

Don't you love the musical chairs?

“This is not about public policy, this is about political posturing,” said Jennifer Lawless, director of the Women & Politics Institute at American University.

Which is why I've aborted so much of my political coverage. If and when I do post it it's going to be shallow coverage for just that fact. This is all $hit show fooleys while the $ame old intere$ts are $erviced ad nauseam.

Representative Henry Hyde, an Illinois Republican who managed the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton, gets credit for the legislative language that is a key element of the Senate’s deadlock with both bills.

He sponsored a provision that passed in 1976 and prevents taxpayers from paying for abortions in most circumstances. The ban gets inserted into annual health care funding and mainly affects low-income women on Medicaid.

Senate Democrats refused to support a bill this month that would increase penalties on human traffickers, because the so-called Hyde Amendment would mean almost no money from a special victim compensation fund could go toward abortions. (The amendment does make exceptions for rape, incest, and threats to a mother’s life.)

Democrats accused Republicans of trying to expand the parameters of the Hyde Amendment by applying it to the compensation fund, which would be paid for by fines levied against offenders. And on that technical argument, the entire trafficking bill is stuck.

Some Democrats balked again this week at Hyde Amendment language in a bipartisan bill, which passed the House overwhelmingly Thursday, to end a dysfunctional Medicare payment system that threatened doctors and patients with annual cuts.

Yeah, both Boehner and Pelosi are crowing about rationing health care.

They disliked the way the Hyde Amendment was applied to funding for community health centers, though few, if any, have performed abortions.

Senate minority leader Harry Reid, in a Tweet last week, said he would “stand up for women against Republican efforts to codify and expand the scope of Hyde restrictions.”

He then promptly decided to sit down!!!

The abortion language is one of several concerns senators have with the bill.

Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts said she was disappointed with provisions that, among other things, “needlessly threaten to undermine protections for women.”

Senator Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts emphasized that the Senate “must ensure we do not interfere with access to care, especially for women, children, and low-income patients.”

The House has set aside any qualms about abortion in the Medicare bill. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi, a longtime women’s rights advocate who negotiated the bill with House Speaker John Boehner, said she was “proud of what the legislation means to women and their health issues.”

Leaders of the House Pro-Choice Caucus also supported the measure, along with all Massachusetts House members, creating the potential for a rare split in the delegation.

“The abortion language is offensive but it’s nothing new,” said Representative James McGovern, a Worcester Democrat. “It’s basically the status quo.”

Then why the.... never mind.

Representative Stephen Lynch, a South Boston Democrat, said the bill gave much-needed money to health centers in his district and “if the abortion advocates aren’t concerned, I’m not concerned.”

The House move has given additional fodder to Senate Republicans, who are eager to paint their counterparts as the source of Washington dysfunction.

Reid “seems to only be happy if the Senate is not functioning,” said John Barrasso, a Wyoming Republican and member of Senate leadership, who supports the Medicare bill.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee announced it would sponsor automatic phone calls in states where senators face a tough reelection battle and note their “filibustering bipartisan legislation to combat human sex trafficking.”

But abortion rights groups, which hope to dismantle the Hyde amendment, see Senate Democrats as their last line of defense to prevent Congress from trampling women’s reproductive rights.

“Democrats in the Senate need to stand up for this because where does it end?” said Megan Amundson, the executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts. “Just because it’s the status quo, doesn’t mean it’s right.”

The abortion debate has triggered broader effects.

Republicans have refused to hold a vote on the confirmation of attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch until senators deal with the trafficking bill, grinding the transition of the country’s top lawyer to a halt. And if the Senate does not address the Medicare bill when they return from a two-week recess, doctors will get hit with a 21 percent pay cut.

“This is a dog and pony show,” said Thomas Whalen, an associate professor of social sciences at Boston University. “It shows just how 2016 is going to warp our contemporary politics more than it already has.” 

I call them $hit fooleys, but same thing just $$DD (don't they have a drug to treat that?).


Yeah, ‘‘so much of this is for show.’’

Hope you liked it. I have to cut out early because I've decided to play some hoop this morning, but I will be returning to begin a big batch of bs posts from the Bo$ton Globe. Or not (could always cut you loose; have been in fact. I mean, look at this sh*t blog).