Friday, July 16, 2010

Liberals attack mentally handicapped children - media yawns

"Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane recently caused a stir when a character with Downs Syndrome said that her mother was "the former Governor of Alaska."

Liberals everywhere howled with laughter at the swipe not only at Sarah Palin, but more directly, a swipe aimed at 2-year-old Trig Palin, who was born with Downs Syndrome.

Don't look now, but MacFarland and composer Walter Murphy have earned a Grammy nomination for Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics.

All at the expense of a disabled little boy.

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6 Comments:

Blogger Fr. Paul said...

And it is not only Family Guy who seeks to slam all things that have to do with human dignity. Why is it that humor has become so harsh, in fact, unfunny in these days we live in? The comedians of this day and age all seem to point to a lack of intelligence in everyone and every situation that goes against their immoral or amoral lifestyles. As they speak, they leave a wake of devastation in their wake, not a feeling of joy and good humor that real comedy should bring. Foul language, references to bodily functions, critique of good behavior, slams against religion (especially Catholicism) don't seem to be noticed as these "comics" go through their three minute routines. In retrospect, where has the originality of thought in humor gone? Sitcoms (a truly insipid word) simply imitate each other and the same "jokes" and "humorous lines" fall flat time after time no matter who says them. They are not funny, they are merely sad and I don't even waste my time watching even a few seconds when some "comedy" is offered for my "viewing pleasure." It is sad, because joy is a virtue and a true gift from God--too bad that has been lost to the producers and writers and comedians of our day.
Fr.Paul Hartley

6:48 AM  
Blogger Brantigny said...

Thanks for the goodness.
http://lefleurdelystoo.blogspot.com/2008/09/anne-de-gaulle.html

Richard

7:31 AM  
Blogger Al said...

That nun was right when she told you "Kevin, there's a special place in hell for those that torment and make fun of retarded children."

The demonic "culture of death" has so permeated our society with its eugenic mind set that children like Trig are seen as a burden, not the blessing that they truly are.

Every time I see this attitude that these children don't deserve to live I think of that scene from "The Hiding Place" where the Nazi officer tells Corrie ten Boom that her ministry to the Down syndrome children of Haarlem is a waste of time. & that her time would be better spent with "normal people".

Her reply was to ask the officer how did he know that in the eyes of God 1 of those children wasn't more valuable than even a Nazi officer like him?

7:50 AM  
Blogger scotju said...

That special place in hell will be right next to Hitler and Sanger!

8:13 AM  
Blogger Bonum, Verum, Pulchrum said...

Easy solution! Write Fox, tell them you will no longer watch their channel. Once your letter to fox is done, write a form letter to all of their advertisers telling then why you no longer watch fox, also let them know you will not be buying any of their products because of where they choose to spend their advertising dollars.Let's really start standing up for life and hit "the culture of death" where it really matters, in the pocketbook.

8:35 AM  
Blogger Anita Moore said...

More of the same from "compassionate" liberals. Remember how all they all made fun of Ronald Reagan when he announced that he'd been diagnosed with Alzheimer's? and then later on, Charlton Heston when he announced his diagnosis?

7:58 PM  

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