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Mar 29 2013

Cold Dead Hand Rebuttal

Canadian moonbat Jim Carrey had his laughs at the expense of the late Charlton Heston and other patriotic Americans who have stood by the Constitution. Turnabout is fair play:

On a tip from Katie H.

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  • born in 76

    Jim Carrey autograph auctioned for Glock

    “…On eBay, the black and white photo emblazoned with Carrey’s trademark “spank you very much” is going for over $500, and there’s still 5 days to go.

    I think he’ll be able to afford a Glock with that, but he’ll need a bit more to buy the Glock G30S .45 ACP he wants, which retails for about $650…”

    http://blogs.ajc.com/news-to-me/2013/03/27/jim-carrey-autograph-auctioned-for-glock/

  • Skyfall

    Jim Carrey doesn’t care about dead kids who didn’t get a vaccine. He only cares that he “felt good” about trashing “big pharma”.

    Meantime, the ever subtle Mr. Carrey can’t let go: he blusters and threatens yet again –

    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/interactive/2013/03/29/jim-carrey-press-release/?intcmp=features&intcmp=features

  • Flu-Bird

    Carrey is just another sewer mouth who thinks tell toilet jokes is funny and im glad to see his movie bombing in the box office he cant get closed to THE CROODS

  • The Blue Meanie

    Take it back to Canuckistan iceback Jim Fairy.

  • Ghost of FA Hayek

    So how tall would the pile of bodies be if we accepted the world according to Jackass Jim Carrey ?
    http://www.unicef.org/pon96/hevaccin.htm
    Two hundred years after the discovery of vaccine by the English physician Edward Jenner, immunization can be credited with saving approximately 9 million lives a year worldwide. A further 16 million deaths a year could be prevented if effective vaccines were deployed against all potentially vaccine-preventable diseases.

    So far only one disease, smallpox, has been eradicated by vaccines, saving approximately 5 million lives annually.

    Polio could be next. Over 80% of the world’s children are now being immunized against the polio virus, and the annual number of cases has been cut from 400,000 in 1980 to 90,000 in the mid-1990s. If the year 2000 goal of eradicating polio is achieved, the United States will be able to save the $270 million a year that is currently spent on polio vaccination. The savings for Western European countries will amount to about $200 million a year.

    Measles, currently killing 1.1 million children a year, is another possible candidate for eradication. Once high levels of routine immunization have been achieved, national immunization days, followed by close monitoring and ‘blitzing’ of any outbreaks, can eliminate the disease.

    In all, vaccines have brought seven major human diseases under some degree of control – smallpox, diphtheria, tetanus, yellow fever, whooping cough, polio, and measles.

  • Mr Evilwrench

    Is that clown still gnawing on his feet? I can understand that he plays a fool professionally, but does he really think he needs practice in real life?

  • Katya Kakhov

    Hate to rain on your parade , but it aint nice to fuck with mother nature . You can turn the tide on one front but she will merely enforce her will on another.

    It is a bit axiomatic , but just imagine the shape we would be in if totalitarian govt’s hadn’t killed 100′s of millions of people over the past few decades .

    One hell of a conundrum .

  • Dr.9

    Finally, a win for the good guys. Or, if you prefer, the normal folks…

    NY Post 3/29/13:
    A New York judge has tossed out a lawsuit seeking to stop the display of a cross-shaped steel beam found among the World Trade Center’s wreckage.

    Federal judge Deborah Batts on Friday rejected the arguments of a national atheists’ group.

    American Atheists had sued the National September 11 Memorial & Museum’s operators in 2011 on constitutional grounds.

    The judge says the decision to include the artifact in the Sept. 11 museum did not advance religion impermissibly. She also says it does not create excessive entanglement between the state and religion. And she noted that the cross helps tell part of the history of Sept. 11.

    Attorney Mark Alcott says the museum is pleased with the result. A lawyer for the atheists group didn’t immediately respond to a request seeking comment.

  • Flu-Bird

    Jim Carrey please return to canada and never ever set your foot back in the lower 48 states as well as Hawaii and Alaska ever again you worm you

  • M.Wilson

    Heh, now someone needs to make a video with a bunch of hippies singing,

    “We don’t need no vaccination,
    We don’t need disease control,
    Dig the graves and throw the kids in,
    But doctors leave those kids alone,
    Once our body’s in the mass grave,
    It’s just another corpse in the hole.
    You’re just another corpse in the hole.”

  • Flu-Bird

    Q. What do you call 100 moonbats aboard the TITANIC? A. A good start

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