Archive for February, 2012

Vaginal Intrusion by Governor – DICK-HEAD – Bob McDonnell, Virginia; with the other Right-Wing Extremists, wants to invade your Vagina!

Posted in Uncategorized on February 23, 2012 by sheriffali

These are the people you coronate into office with your vote! Imagine, the PUNANNY State of Virginia headed by Governor Bob McDonnell and the other Right-Wing extremists, passed a bill – “mandating an invasive procedure for women seeking an abortion, to undergo transvaginal ultrasound involuntarily.” (See the diagram in the photo)


Ridiculed by comedians and savaged by opponents, the original version of the bill supported by McDonnell drew a large crowd of protesters to the State Capital in Richmond earlier in the week.


At the last moment, McDonnell who is a possible Vice President GOP contender and an abortion opponent, withdrew his support and asked for changes in the bill. Make no mistake, Governor McDonnell did not have a change of heart due to conscience, but his recanting of his previous position, is strictly political.


Governor McDonnell and all of the Right-Wing Extremists across our great land, their objective is to always make women “second class citizens; control women’s vaginas; women’s sex lives; women’s equality and all that make these egregious, pernicious, chauvinists, the “Dick-Heads” that they are!


Just take a good look at the remaining GOP Presidential Contenders! Rick Santorum, America’s small town “Mullah,” who is considered too Catholic even by Catholic standards, believes that America’s troubles stem from men and women having sex for reasons other than procreation; people involved in same-sex relationships; women using contraception or having parental testing; environmentalists who Santorum claims elevate “the Earth above man;” women working outside the home; and President Obama whom he obliquely and oddly compared to Hitler and also accused the President of having “some phony theology.”


If you consider Santorum’s remarks, he should be in the Middle-East, identifying himself for whom he really is, a Religious Jihadist! Just imagine how far down the abyss we have fallen when you see Franklin Graham, heinously doubting President Obama’s Christian faith on MSNBC earlier in the week. (This is truly sad, because Franklin’s father, the Great Reverend Billy Graham that is respected by the world, never in his seventy plus years of preaching the Gospel, questioned anyone’s faith.)


Santorum who disagrees with the 1965 Supreme Court’s Decision striking down a “ban on contraception,” insisted that contraception is “not O.K. It’s a license to do things in a sexual realm that is counter to how things are supposed to be.”


I do believe that despite Rick Santorum being married and have seven children, somewhere in his life – “a woman’s vagina became his perpetual Scarecrow, in his sick and demented mind!


Sheriff G Ali






Rick Santorum is against contraceptives; against the equality of women in the military; discreetly advocates women being confined to “just house-wives.” Santorum is in my opinion anti-women’s right!

Posted in Uncategorized on February 20, 2012 by sheriffali

Rick Santorum is a “male-chauvinist” that despite being married with seven children, he Santorum wants to dictate how women should live their lives. Apart from contraceptives being a preventative for pregnancy, it is vitally necessary for women in maintaining good health.

Santorum uses his religious fanaticism; hiding behind his Catholic Religion; whereby hundreds of innocent children have been sexually molested by their Priests for which Santorum has never once condemned. But Obama’s Health Care Reform that requires Employers and Insurers to provide contraceptive free of charge to women, Santorum wants to abolish this guarantee for women under the egis of “Obama is restricting your liberty.”

Under the Obama Health Care Plan, women have the right to request contraceptives and obtain it, or, they have the right to refuse it. Who is more hypocritical; Obama or Santorum?

Obama’s plan gives women the free choice to choose!

Self-righteous Santorum wants to deny you the right to  contraceptives!

Listed below is a detailed list of various contraceptives and their benefits to a healthy life and safe sex.


Cervical Cap

The cervical cap is a small latex cup that a woman inserts into her vagina before sexual intercourse. The cervical cap fits snugly over the woman’s cervix. It is smaller than the diaphragm and is used with spermicidal cream or jelly. The cervical cap works by blocking sperm from entering the uterus.

Contraceptive Patch (“The Patch”)

The contraceptive patch is a thin plastic patch — about the size of a matchbook – that a woman wears on her skin to prevent pregnancy. The patch contains hormones just like the ones in most birth control pills. It releases these hormones through the skin and into the bloodstream. Instead of taking a pill every day, a woman sticks on a new patch each week. The patch works mainly by preventing the ovary from releasing an egg.

Depo-Provera (“The Shot”)

Depo Provera is a shot that a woman gets 4 times a year (every 12 weeks) to prevent pregnancy. It contains medicine that is like progesterone – a hormone that is naturally present in a woman’s body. The shot works mainly by preventing the ovary from releasing an egg.



The diaphragm is a soft latex dome that a woman inserts into her vagina before sexual intercourse. It fits over her cervix and is held in place by her vaginal muscles. It always needs to be used with spermicidal cream or jelly. The diaphragm works by blocking the opening to the uterus so that sperm cannot enter.


Emergency Contraception (“EC”)**

EC (sometimes called “the morning after pill”) is a special dose of birth control pills that prevents pregnancy up to 5 days after unprotected sex. The sooner EC is taken, the more effective it is. EC is very safe. It is not an abortion pill. EC works mainly by preventing the ovary from releasing an egg.


Condoms are thin barriers made of latex, plastic, or natural membranes. They look like long, thin, deflated balloons. There are both male and female condoms. The male condom fits over a man’s penis. The female condom fits inside a woman’s vagina. Both male and female condoms work by preventing sperm from entering the vagina and reaching an egg.


Sheriff G Ali




“Newt, you fat sack of potato, put me down, put me down.”

Posted in Uncategorized on February 20, 2012 by sheriffali

On a 12-hour trip to Canadawith his family, Mitt Romney tied his dog an Irish setter named Seamus, to the roof of his car. Romney never stopped to let the dog pee, poop or stretch it legs, hence the reason why the poor thing defecated on the back windshield.

In this incident as shown in the photo:

Romney loves the Ford Mustang and Newt Gingrich has placed Romney on top of the Mustang for a 12-hour trip. Gingrich’s reason is not about the dog but about payback for Romney’s onslaught of negative ads in the State ofIowa.

Romney is screaming, “Newt, you fact sack of potato, put me down, put me down!”

Gingrich is screaming, “See how it feels sucker to he in a helpless position. You know I had no money to run ads to fight your lies and deception in Iowa, you punk, so, go ahead; make my day!”

The story about Romney’s dog is true as attested by Romney in an interview on Fox News. However, if you contemplate the present GOP hopefuls, past and present, it makes for an amazing satire.

Sheriff G Ali Image

Whitney, thou have light at even-tide now, such as we have not yet!

Posted in Uncategorized on February 12, 2012 by sheriffali

Pain breaks not the calm of the sweet twilight of age, for strength made perfect in weakness bears up with patience under it all. Ripe fruits of choice experience are gathered as the rare repast of life’s evening, and the soul prepares itself for rest.


The Lord’s people shall also enjoy light in the hour of death. Unbelief laments; the shadows fall, the night is coming, existence is ending. Ah no, crieth faith, the night is far spent, the true day is at hand. Light is come, the light of immortality, the light of a Father’s countenance. Gather up thy feet in thy bed; see the waiting bands of spirits!


Angeles waft thee away. Farewell, beloved one, thou art gone, thou wavest thine hand. Ah, now it is light. The pearly gates are open; the golden streets shine in the jasper light. We cover our eyes, but thou beholdest the unseen, adieu, beloved Whitney, thou hast light at even-tide, such as we have not yet! AMEN!



Sheriff Ali


Whitney Houston extra ordinary voice brought solace to hundreds of millions of people world wide, and though she may not have been able to comfort her own anxieties of life, she, Whitney, truly lived out the words that Emily Dickson penned so long ago!


“If I can stop one heart from breaking,

I shall not live in vain;

If I can ease one life the aching,

Or cool one pain,

Or help on fainting robin

Unto his nest again,

I shall not live in vain.”


(Emily Dickinson)




Whitney Houston, humble you were with so much passion, and now, Heaven is your Mansion!

Posted in Uncategorized on February 12, 2012 by sheriffali



Dedicated to Whitney Houston 1963 -2012


O! Pretty one, beautiful was your heart

God’s blessings unto you, He did impart,

Tranquility was your effulgence

From the Hand of Diligence


An Artist you were in every way

Anointed were the words you say,

Your demeanor of such quintessence

Much more than the finest essence


Endowed with talent, loving Whitney

Awesome was your amazing beauty,

The sparkle that glittered in your eyes

Unequivocally, they told no lies


Consternation was your every laughter

Even dim lights became brighter,

Humble you were with so much passion

And now, Heaven is your Mansion!


© Sheriff Ali 2012


Mrs. Obama beats Jimmy Fallon in fitness contest!

Posted in Uncategorized on February 8, 2012 by sheriffali

WASHINGTON February 8, 2012 (AP) — Michelle Obama and “Late Night” host Jimmy Fallon turned the White House into a playground to promote the first lady’s “Let’s Move!” fitness campaign.

Mrs. Obama and Fallon did pushups and twirled hula hoops. They competed at dodge ball and tug-of-war. And the first lady triumphed over the comedian in a climactic potato sack race.

After a defeated Fallon said, “It doesn’t matter if you won or lost,” the first lady replied, “It matters.”

The segment was taped last month and aired early Wednesday on NBC’s “Late Night” TV talk show program.

Mrs. Obama has been making the talk-show rounds to celebrate the second anniversary of her campaign against childhood obesity. In the past few weeks she has appeared on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno,” ”The Ellen DeGeneres Show” and “Rachael Ray.”



US drone kills 10 in Pakistan

Posted in Uncategorized on February 8, 2012 by sheriffali

The attack happened in North Waziristan, an area used by members of the Haqqani network to launch operations against international forces across the border inAfghanistan, according to local intelligence officials.


“Two missiles were fired on a compound killing at least 10 in a house believed to be in the use of militants,” said an intelligence official.

Foreign fighters may have been among the dead in thevillageofTappiabout 10 miles from the main town ofMiranshah, he added.

TheUShad long declined to comment on the use of unmanned drones against militant targets inPakistan.


The programme is hugely controversial and blamed by Pakistani politicians for turning tribesmen into Jihadis.


However, last month Mr. Obama, who won the Nobel Peace Prize shortly after taking office, confirmed that theUSwas using unmanned aircraft in the skies overPakistan.


“For the most part, they’ve been very precise precision strikes against al Qaeda and their affiliates, and we’re very careful in terms of how it’s been applied,” he said in a web chat.


Mr. Obama’s administration has ramped up the use of drones as ground forces struggle to contain the militant threat inAfghanistan.

Tactics include targeting funeral gatherings and rescuers at the scene of recent attacks, according to research published by the Bureau of Investigative Reporting at the weekend.


The strikes were halted in November last year. Relations between the two allies nosedived in the aftermath of a Nato cross-border raid which killed 24 Pakistani troops.


However, the drones have since restarted their missions even thoughPakistanhas yet to re-open its roads to Nato supply convoys en route toAfghanistan.


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Medal of Freedom brings the former 41st President George Herbert Walker Bush back to the White House, to meet with President Barack Obama!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags on February 5, 2012 by sheriffali

For the lunatics that are trying to become the Republican Presidential Nominee 2012, should take a page from the present and former Presidents – “Statesmanship,”

The “ominous” Mitt Romney with his continuous dilapidated remarks about President Barack Obama; Newt Gingrich’s promiscuity of “mouth-meningitis” constantly referring to President Obama as “The Food Stamp President;” and Rick Santorum’s swooning fanaticism of calling President Obama “an abject failure,” should take a look at their own miserable lives, and perhaps, just perhaps, consciousness of shame would allow them to see their voluble ogres. 

Nearly twenty years after leaving office, former President George H.W. Bush returned to the White House. He was greeted by President Obama in the Oval Office and was later bestowed with the honor that brought him there.

President Obama presented Mr. Bush with Nation’s highest Civilian Honor – The Medal of Freedom. The award is presented to individuals “who have made especially meritorious contributions to the security of National Interests of theUnited States; to world peace, or to cultural or other significant public or private endeavors.”

Sheriff G Ali Image


Posted in Uncategorized on February 3, 2012 by sheriffali


O! Pretty one, beautiful is your heart

God’s blessings unto you, He did impart

Tranquility in your effulgence

From the Hand of Diligence


An Artist you are in every way

Anointed are the words you say,

Your demeanor of such quintessence

Much more than the finest essence


Awesome is your amazing beauty

For it spans from Sea to Sea,

The sparkle that glitters in your eyes

Unequivocally, they tell no lies


Consternation in your every laughter

Even dim lights become brighter,

Humble you are with so much passion

For certain, Heaven will be your Mansion!


© Sheriff Ali 2011-2012Image

Floridians that voted for Mitt Romney should question their sanity?

Posted in Uncategorized on February 1, 2012 by sheriffali

Mitt Romney’s time at Bain Capital as a turnaround specialist and job creator is the backbone of his presidential run. But his experience with aMiamicompany paints a different portrait.

Off a gritty bend in the Miami River, a few miles from a warehouse where he recently touted his job-creation plans, there’s a complex of buildings that bear witness to a time when Mitt Romney’s private equity firm laid off hundreds of workers, shuttered a profitable factory and made out with hundreds of millions of dollars.

It started in 1995, when Romney’s Bain Capital targeted the company that became Dade Behring, which made blood-testing machines and performed animal research at itsMiamicampus.

Bain borrowed heavily to buy the company and closed a factory inPuerto Ricoto improve the bottom line. About 400 lost jobs there. Then in 1997, Bain shuttered Dade Behring’sMiamioperations, costing another 850 jobs and a $30 million payroll in the community.

Before growing debt consumed the company, Bain executed its exit strategy and made $242 million.

“What bothers me most is that Romney’s campaign says he was a creator of jobs,” said Cindy Hewitt, aMiamiresident who was a human resources manager at Dade Behring. “I didn’t see that in any way, shape or form. He didn’t create jobs. He slashed and burned jobs.”

Romney’s time at Bain is the backbone of his run for president, the business experience he says is severely lacking in President Barack Obama. He portrays himself as a turnaround specialist, taking poor-performing companies and making them efficient and profitable. He claims to have created 100,000 jobs.

But theMiami experience illustrates the other side of Romney’s line of work, a messier reality that has exposed Romney to attacks from rivals seeking the Republican nomination.

Even comedian Stephen Colbert has gotten in the act, running aSouth Carolinaad that shows a cartoon Romney feeding Dade Behring into a wood-chipper that spits out money.

Next week, the GOP campaign shifts toFloridaand already Romney is on the defensive with a TV ad that touts his Bain successes while condemning attacks on the “free market.” GOP rival Newt Gingrich says Romney “looted” companies like Dade Behring.

“The Bain model,” Gingrich said in a debate Monday night, “is to go in at a very low price, borrow an immense amount of money; pay Bain an immense amount of money and leave. I’ll let you decide if that’s really good capitalism. I think that’s exploitation.”

Romney helped found Bain Capital in 1984 as a spinoff of Bain & Company ofBoston. In 1994, Bain borrowed heavily to invest in the buyout of medical companies that would become Dade International, which had roots inFlorida.

In 1997, Bain acquired two other companies and formed Dade Behring, based inDeerfield,Ill.The company flourished, raking in millions in sales.

Yet debt was soaring. Under Bain’s direction the company squeezed costs through plant consolidations, layoffs and reduced employee benefits. In November 1997, Dade Behring announced it would close twoMiamifacilities, which employed 850 people, and consolidate operations inDelawareandGermany.


Romney’s campaign did not directly address Dade Behring for this story, saying “Bain Capital invested in many businesses; while not every business was successful; the firm had an overall track record and created jobs with well-known companies like Staples, Dominos, and Sports Authority.”

Debate on the campaign trail has cast light on the lucrative private equity business. Firms like Bain typically heavily leverage acquisitions, look for efficiencies then sell the property for a windfall.

Dade Behring was a textbook case for Bain, a clear example of the “golden eggs” Romney once said would be hard to give up when he left to run the 2002 Olympic Games inSalt Lake City.

A prospectus for Bain noted that from 1984 to 1999 its “five private equity funds achieved an average annualized rate of return of approximately 178 percent per annum on all realized investments, and 88 percent per annum on all investments.”

Bain borrowed most of the money to acquire Dade and rewarded itself with $100 million in fees for buying and running the company, according to the New York Times. The $242 million payday for Bain came in 1999, when Dade Behring was forced to buy out half its shares, the newspaper reported.

To make the payment Dade had to borrow more, contributing to its shaky status. The deal came a few months after Romney left Bain, though he still had a stake.

“I hear Mr. Romney talk about creating jobs, what he really did was create wealth for investors,” said Michael Rumbin, a former Dade vice president in Illinois who had to fire 25 to 35 people before his own job was eliminated. “No one ever came to me and said, ’How do we create more jobs?’ ”

Saddled with $1.5 billion in debt and facing higher interest rates, Dade Behring entered Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2002.

Creditors accused Bain and other investors, which included Goldman Sachs, of “unjust enrichment,” according to SEC filings. That was not proven, though Bain surrendered the rest of its stake. Dade Behring emerged from bankruptcy and in 2007 was purchased by Siemens for $7 billion.

A success story or not? That is the debate Romney’s tenure at Bain has stirred.

Romney has acknowledged some of the ill consequences of his enterprise but maintains focus on his success at Bain in trying to draw contrasts with Obama.

“He never had a job. I think to create jobs it helps to have had a job,” Romney said in November at the Conchita food factory inMiami, a backdrop chosen to affirm his jobs mind-set. Indeed, it later was used in a Spanish language TV ad inFlorida.

In some cases, attacks on Bain have fallen flat. A Panhandle company was featured in a 28-minute video purchased by a pro-Gingrich political committee calling attention to Bain. But the layoffs at that plant occurred after Bain sold the company.

“We felt very used,” said Mike Baxley, a former employee at the washing machine business who said the video maker never mentioned Bain and portrayed it as a film on plant closings. Baxley said his story was uplifting because he helped form his own company, Washers-R-Us.

“I wasn’t a Romney fan to start with, but I’ve been watching the debates and everything since and starting to get a better feel for him than I am the other ones,” said Baxley, 41.

“They are trying to use his record as something that’s negative and … it’s really been a positive for many, many, many companies out there.”

U.S. Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Miami, who appears in Romney’s TV ad, said he did not recall what happened in his hometown years ago. Indeed, the jobs were lost during a strong economy and did not get a lot of media attention. Even now, with the plant in the news there is not an outpouring of outraged former workers.

“It’s horrible when anybody loses their job,” Diaz-Balart said. “But the reality is that’s a company that created thousands and thousands and thousands of jobs. Here’s the question: How many jobs has Obama created?”

But for some it still burns.

Hewitt, the former HR director inMiami, said she found the company particularly heartless in the way it handled about a dozen highly skilled workers from Puerto Rico, whom Dade Behring wanted to transfer toMiamiafter their plant was closed.

She said they fretted aboutMiamiclosing as well and that she relayed the concerns to managers, who pointed out theMiamiplant was the most-profitable operation in the country and that there, was “absolutely no plan to close it.”

Two months later, Bain announced it would close theMiamioperation. The workers wanted to return toPuerto Rico. And they wanted the company to waive a relocation-repayment penalty if they left Dade-Behring.

“No,” she said company managers said. “Absolutely not.”

Hewitt, a Democrat who plans to vote for Obama, said she wanted to speak out about what happened. “It was horrifying to me that I had played any role.”

The experience, she said, eventually led her to get out of human resources. She is now an animal-welfare advocate.

Hewitt said she doesn’t know what happened to the hundreds of people who lost their jobs.

Neither does handyman José Gutiérrez, who worked for Dade Behring and stayed at the facility when it was converted to its present use as a self-storage warehouse.

“I worked with these people, they were friends, but I never saw them again,” said Gutiérrez, 53. “I think no one came back because they were sad.”

Gutiérrez recalled one former worker, a Colombian immigrant like him, who fretted that he couldn’t find a job to match the $12-an-hour salary he earned at the warehouse. He also remembered the African-American security guard.

“I’m making $22 an hour,” Gutiérrez recalls the man saying. “Now all I can find is minimum wage.”

Duplicated story!