Well, rumor has it that it’s the Democrat senator from Virginia, Tim Kaine, who now at least appears to have the inside track when it comes to who might be tapped as Hitlery’s vice president.  And after seeing how well this guy is able to tap dance around two of the issues that have already been shown to be pretty important this election season, abortion and gun control, it’s easy to see why he’s become the guy that those who get paid to ponder such things see as being the odds on favorite for the VP slot.  For instance, it was on Sunday’s “Meet the Press” that little Chuckie Todd quizzed Kaine a bit on both issues.

Todd asked Kaine how he would go about describing his position on abortion.  Kaine essentially took the easy way out by saying, “I would say people use labels all the time.  But I’m kind of a, look, traditional Catholic.  I don’t like — personally, I’m opposed to abortion, and personally, I’m opposed to the death penalty.”  It was than that this dope went on to say, “I deeply believe — and not just as a matter of politics, but even as a matter of morality, that matters about reproduction and intimacy and relationships and contraception are in the personal realm.”  So we’re to believe that politics never enters into it?

It was then that this dolt said, “They’re moral decisions for individuals to make for themselves. And the last thing we need is government intruding into those personal decisions.” And then he went on to say, “So I have taken the position, which is quite common among Catholics — I have got a personal feeling about abortion, but the right rule for government is to let women make their own decisions.”  So we’re to believe that as a traditional Catholic his is someone who apparently has virtually no qualms about the killing of defenseless babies?  So, is that what it means to be a traditional Catholic here in 2016?

Kaine also made sure to point out how today the Supreme Court was going to issue a ruling in a case which he described as one that would challenge what he described as being the “onerous regulations” Texas has imposed on abortion clinics.  He said, “We fought those off in Virginia when I was governor because you have got to let people make their own moral choices when it comes to matters of reproduction, intimacy and relationships.”  And as it turned out he was correct and I’m sure he was quite pleased with the ruling since it turned out that 5 justices said there is nothing wrong with the murdering of helpless babies.

And it was from abortion that Mr. Todd, a self-described journalist, moved on to the subject of gun control.  And it was during this part of the conversation that Kaine went on to describe how he had previously voted for an “assault weapons” ban, but that he now thinks an even better way to “go at the problem” is to pass “limitations on the size of magazines and ammunition clips.”  Todd asked him if he is in favor of an assault-weapons ban.  Kaine responded in the affirmative saying, “I have voted for it, and I would likely vote for it again.”  And he then added, “But here’s a practical problem I think you’re aware of.”

Kaine said, “As soon as you define what an assault weapon is — you can’t sell a weapon and here’s how we describe it — gun manufacturers just make one adjustment or two and they say see, this isn’t subject to the limitation, whereas if you say you can’t sell an ammunition clip or a magazine that would have more than 10 or 12 rounds…I really think that’s probably the way to tackle the problem more effectively.”  This guy Kaine is such a disgustingly sleazy character, and as such there is little doubt that he’d make the ideal running mate for someone like Hitlery.  Hitery, she who is also nothing more than a slimy socialist.

It’s on the subject of abortion that Kaine is the perfect example of how it is that Democrats see virtually no reason which should prevent the killing of an innocent baby.  So while he claims that he personally doesn’t like abortion, he asks who is he to tell someone else how to live their lives.  Which is a little like saying, “While I personally don’t like people being murdered who am I to tell people that they shouldn’t go around killing other people.” Or how about if when slavery was very legal Republicans had said, “We personally don’t like slavery but who are we to tell someone else they can’t own other people.”

I think most intelligent people actually would view abortion as being something “intrinsically evil” even if it were determined, somehow, to be a “right”.  Excuse me if I seem more than a little confused, but how is it that possessing the ability to legally murder one’s own baby, right up to the time of giving birth, has now become so important to so many women in this country. This is quite the generation of mothers that we seem to have raised. And why should it be legal for a woman to murder another human being, but not legal for me and only because I’m a man?  How is it that we have allowed ourselves to have fallen so far?

And when it comes to gun control I’m quite sure that Mr. Kaine agrees wholeheartedly with Hitlery when she says that gun makers must be held accountable for the violence perpetrated with their guns.  So according to that logic, car makers, motorcycle makers, plane makers, knife makers, swimming pool makers, bicycle makers, skateboard makers, etc., etc., etc. must also be held accountable for the injury and death they cause.  And oh yes, what about the politicians who make decisions repeatedly to send our men and women off to war to be injured and killed, without giving them the necessary tools?  Shouldn’t they be held accountable?

And lastly, let’s be honest here shall we?  Criminals couldn’t care less what politicians choose to ban. These stupid laws do nothing but to turn law abiding citizens into criminals.  What Democrat scumbags like this douche bag, Kaine, choose to ignore is that what needs to be done is not to create even more gun laws, but to simply enforce the many gun laws already on the books. But look, the ultimate goal here is to prevent individuals from owning a gun.  So the purpose behind allowing laws to go unenforced is to increase the likelihood that events will take place that can then be exploited by Democrats to make the claim that all we need is stricter gun laws.

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