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  • ross1948 15:31 on April 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Arkansas, , Governor Asa Hutchinson, ,   

    Arkansas Double-Whammies Despicable Duo – Bravo! 

    The environmentalist lobby ought to be cheering today, because two foul creatures ( shown in the  photos below) are no longer sharing the Earth’s air with the rest of us.


    Jack Jones and Marcel Williams.

    Two vile monsters – Jones and  Williams


    Looking at the left-liberal Guardian, you really have to persevere to learn what they did, wading down through a dozen paragraphs of whining, before finally reaching the essential information.

    Jones raped and murdered  a defenceless woman in front of her child. He strangled the bookkeeper with the cord to a coffee pot while her 11-year-old daughter, Lacey, who survived, was in the room..;


    Hasil gambar untuk filthy scum


    Williams was convicted for the rape and killing of 22-year-old Stacy Errickson, whom he kidnapped from a gas station in central Arkansas. Authorities said he abducted and raped two other women before he was arrested over Errickson’s death. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2017/apr/24/arkansas-double-executions-supreme-court-jack-jones-marcel-williams

    And all these left-liberal freaks and their lap-dogs in the media can get upset about is whether the executions were carried out in a neat and tidy manner?

    Neither of the pigs denied their guilt.

    So well done, Arkansas Governor, Asa Hutchinson!


    Asa Hutchinson official.jpg


    And may you soon be free to implement justice and the people’s will and thus encourage all the millions of people in countries like the UK, Australia and Canada.- ‘democracies’ where the voters were never consulted by their arrogant ‘representatives’ when the death penalty was abolished – to renew their campaigns for restoration.

    • Mort 15:43 on April 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      You do speak for millions, Ross, and we hope that capital punishment will be a big issue in the coming state elections.
      Too many politicians pay more attention to left-wing pressure groups like ACLU, which shower love and kisses on all kinds of criminals and care so little about their victims or those bereaved by crimes like those described.

      I won’t tell you how to write your articles because you do it well, but you could also have looked at one of the judges who has been involved in obstructing the executions. No sooner had he ruled in court than he was seen hanging out in a demo with a crowd of protesters who were in favor of letting the rapist-murderers escape justice.
      A lot of our American judges should be fired They are into politics, not law..


    • Kane 16:20 on April 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Can’t disagree with any of what you say.
      I never have figured out why these liberals like criminals so much. The criminals will rob and rape them if the chance comes along.


    • Pamela 17:37 on April 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      I spent twenty minutes reading and re-reading the Guardian article you linked to and can find no good arguments why Arkansas or any state or country would be the better for keeping such monsters alive.

      Mental cases? Of course they are, because normal people do not murder and rape innocent victims.

      Unbearable childhoods? Many people all over the world have horrible childhoods and grow up to be decent, even making a special effort to care about people going through hard times.

      Being put to death is what they deserve.
      Arkansas’s people are lucky to have that governor.
      I wish our country’s government would give us a referendum on this.
      But that’s forbidden by Brussels, as you, Ross, rightly remind us, regularly!


    • Uncle Oz 09:22 on April 26, 2017 Permalink | Reply

      Right you are!
      Australians deserve a referendum on this as, same as the other things the politicians never give us a say on.


  • ross1948 19:16 on April 1, 2015 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Angie's List, Arkansas, Bill oesterlie, , Governor Hutchinson, , ,   

    Gaystapo Versus America! ACT Against Evil! 

    Just another public service announcement, to promote the continuing struggle by decent Americans against the gaystapo. Britain, France, New Zealand, and several other Western countries ahve dumped decency into the trash-can.
    But nothing is forever . One day those nations may be redeemed from their folly.
    But Australia is holding out, for now, and in America many good people are still fighting the good fight. It’s a worldwide evil onslaught, and only international solidarity can resist it.
    Hence I urge ALL readers to use the links provided by NOM to help the beleaguered freedom-fighters in the USA. 
    Don’t know much about Oesterlie, but if Obama is against Indiana, then you can be pretty darn sure that Indiana’s getting it right. 


    Angie’s List, the online service that provides consumer reviews of service professionals, publicly endorsed anti-Christian bigotry by opposing an Indiana law designed to protect religious liberties and freedoms.

    Last week, Indiana Governor Mike Pence signed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) after the state legislature overwhelmingly supported it. Twenty states now have passed the law, with Arkansas and Georgia currently considering it.

    The Indiana law is identical in all fundamental respects to the 1993 federal RFRA signed into law by President Bill Clinton after it passed the U.S. House unanimously and the Senate 97-3.

    Unfortunately, Angie’s List has joined with thousands of homosexual activists (including lesbian Ellen DeGeneres) in opposing religious freedom for all people in Indiana.

    Oesterlie – Enemy of Religious Liberty

    • In response Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle announced the company is immediately putting plans “on hold” for a $40 million expansion of its headquarters in Indianapolis.

    Angie’s List implies support for the concept that Christian business owners should be prosecuted by law if they don’t violate their deeply and sincerely held religious beliefs by bowing to homosexual activist demands, as is already happening in states without RFRA:

    • Washington: Florist Barronell Stutzman fined by the state for not providing flowers for a “gay” wedding. Now her home and personal savings are at risk.
    • New Mexico: Photographer Elaine Huguenin was ordered by the state to give a lesbian $7,000 for declining to take pictures of a lesbian wedding.
    • Oregon: Aaron and Melissa Klein were fined $150,000 by the state for refusal to bake a cake for a lesbian wedding based on religious objections.
    • Kentucky: Blaine Adamson was ordered by the city of Lexington to undergo ‘sensitivity training” for refusing to print T-shirts for a gay pride festival.

    Angie’s List is a bully, plain and simple. They have chosen to bully the city of Indianapolis, the state of Indiana and Christians everywhere by financial intimidation and threats.


    If you have an account with Angie’s List, we urge you to cancel it right away in defense of religious liberty in America. Be sure to let them know why you’re leaving.

    Even if you don’t have an account, send an email to Angie’s List CEO Bill Oesterle. Let him know that his company’s support for religious discrimination is an affront to Christians.

    Contact Angie’s List Now!

    Additional resource – Read this article from the National Review!
    Want Evidence of Hysterical Anti-Christian Bigotry? Look No Further than #BoycottIndiana


    Now this is primarily for Americans, of course, but while it may not be entirely true that as the USA goes, so does the West, there’s enough truth in that to justify all of you, everywhere, joining in a new battle in the same war.


    • Jackboot
    • ====================
    • The gaystapo jackboot is now taking aim at another American state where the forces of decency are fighting back. Within the last 24 hours…

    Arkansas passed a religious freedom bill. We know the other side is going to try to bully and intimidate Governor Hutchinson out of signing this bill. The time to act is NOW!

    Support Governor Hutchinson and urge him to Not be Bullied and Sign the Law.

  • ross1948 00:11 on December 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 19 Kids and Counting, Arkansas, , Duggar family, , , TLC. petition, ,   

    Predators Thwarted – Trans-Freak Toilet Ban In Arkansas! 

    Congratulations to LifeSiteNews and to the people of Fayetteville, Arkansas, where citizens have vetoed an ordinance aimed at giving sexual misfits access to bathroom, locker room or other sex-segregated facilities of their choice, regardless of their biological sex. 

    LSN gave stalwart support to the cause of decency, and to the Duggar family, stars of the tv show TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting, who played a key role in the battle.

    Ordinance 119, passed by the city council in August, barred the city, employers, property owners, and business owners from discriminating based on a range of categories, controversially including “sexual orientation,” “gender identity,” and “gender expression.” https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/duggars-help-arkansas-town-roll-back-gender-identity-privileges?-





    Why any civilised community leadership would seek to foist that kind of pro-freak fiat on its people is beyond me. Have they no regard for the safety of their own children?

    After Michelle Duggar did her civic duty by spreading the word on its implications, the TLC company faced demands to shut down the family show – a petition on Change.org criticizing her and asking TLC to cancel the Duggar’s reaity TV show earned 180,000 signatures. However, a counter-petition launched by LifeSiteNews earned 210,000 signatures.

    The voters of Fayetteville turned out to make their decision, and it was a victory for the forces of light.

    referndmlet peole vote


    But a narrow one -. 52% against 48%…

    Strange! Surely any sane city would dump such garbage by 100 to 1!?!

    Too many weirdos in Arkansas?-




    – Clinton country, I guess!


    LSN have a Christmas appeal for funds – why not check out their site and make a donation. https://www.lifesitenews.com



    • Anita 11:12 on December 19, 2014 Permalink | Reply

      Americans must be crazy. Why would so many of these Arkansas people vote to let men go into lady’s toilets?


  • ross1948 20:56 on November 3, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Allen Weh, Arkansas, conservative values, , , , Thom Tillis, Tom Cotton, ,   

    Hey, It’s Weh! What’s Not To Like, New Mexico? 

    With the US elections almost upon us, a quick endorsement from RRA, though I don’t know if I have many readers in New Mexico.

    According to WND, the Republican candidate, retired U.S. Marine Corps Col. Allen Weh, is gaining on the incumbent Democrat, Mark Udall.

    Basic policy issues divide them of course, but what makes me want to commend Weh is the stark contrast in how he perceives service to one’s country.


    U.S. Marine Corps Col. Allen Weh (Ret.)


     As WND reports, Weh is a retired United States Marine Corps colonel who was awarded a Silver Star, two Bronze Stars, three Purple Hearts and five Air Medals among other honors for his heroism in combat. Weh, 71, served the nation in uniform in Vietnam, the Gulf War, Somalia and the Iraq War.

    He is appalled by Udall’s foreign policy and military records both personally and professionally.

    “On national security, no contest,” he said. “He’s never served in uniform a day in his life. In fact in 1970, when he graduated from college, he decided to go to England to avoid service in Vietnam. That may not matter to a lot of people, but I’ll tell you what. It matters to a whole lot of Vietnam veterans.”


    And defending one’s country is not merely something needful in the past.




    Weh describes the borders as porous and directly blames the president for allowing it to happen.   http://www.wnd.com/2014/11/upset-war-hero-suddenly-threatens-to-unseat-dem-senator/

    Anyway, that’s just one of the battle-ground states, and it would be amiss not to mention two more, viz.- 

    North Carolina, where Republican Thom Tillis has an excellent record of defending decent values…

    and Arkansas, where a most duplicitous man, Mark Pryor, is facing another real conservative, Tom Cotton.

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