Thursday, January 12, 2012

The Cardinal Jameson - Cocktail - New in Manhattan

The Cardinal Jameson

Jameson on the Rocks
with a cube of 
Baloney on a toothpick

Real Class


Vulture Capitalism – It is a Victimless Crime - Right?

People? What's People?

With Newt jockeying for a Contract on FOX NEWS, he will do anything, the ultimate spoiler, mean spirited Republican, even start the feeding frenzy amongst the 1% on their own, each other.
Cannibalism (among the vultures?) is the last stage of a dying civilization.  

The 99% taste of HFCS - skip them - 
the 1% have the tastiest fat
(Thanks Newt)


Bush Cheney Rumsfeld Obama War Crimes Trickle Down, Tinkle Down – U.S. Marines Desecrate Muslim Dead

Like Abu Ghraib was a fluke?  So too this obscene video of U.S. Marines desecrating the Muslim dead in Afghanistan.

They are guilty of no crime.  The collapse of the west, Christianity, human rights, civilization as we used to know it etc. evidenced by video below:



Catholic United States Supreme Court Protects Religion Bigotry Entitlement over mere Secular Human Rights

SCOTUS Approved Workplace Rules?

The hack elitist US Supreme Court, run under the skirts of the Vatican, with its Catholic majority is out of touch of every day workers reality.

If a church has employees, if they pay taxes to the state, social security, Medicare taxes etc., do these employees have to surrender their human rights to sue under secular laws like in this case because their employers claim a connection to the great mafia godfather in the sky?

Ignorance and injustice is somehow grandfathered in the law if it is connected to the mythical grandfather in the sky?

Ignorance. Injustice. Fantasy. Delusion. – The U.S. Supreme Court 

WASHINGTON — In a groundbreaking case, the Supreme Court today held for the first time that religious employees of a church cannot sue for employment discrimination.

But the court’s unanimous decision in a case from Michigan did not specify the distinction between a secular employee, who can take advantage of the government’s protection from discrimination and retaliation, and a religious employee, who can’t.

It was, nevertheless, the first time the high court has acknowledged the existence of a “ministerial exception” to anti-discrimination laws — a doctrine developed in lower court rulings. This doctrine says the First Amendment’s guarantee of freedom of religion shields churches and their operations from the reach of such protective laws when the issue involves employees of these institutions.

The case came before the court because the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued the Hosanna-Tabor Evangelical Lutheran Church and School of Redford on behalf of employee Cheryl Perich, over her firing, which happened after she complained of discrimination under the Americans with Disabilities Act.