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While You Weren’t Looking…

President Bush shushes

Sssh, they might hear the pandering… – Our Fearless Leader George W. Bush

While the mainstream newsmedia was occupied with the United States’ war on Afghanistan, President Bush took the opportunity to pass under the media radar while launching another insult to abortion rights and overt pandering to the far Right.

Last year, as his first act in office and on the 28th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, President George W. Bush decided to destroy international family planning and freedom of speech by re-imposing the Mexico City policy or global gag rule. This year, G.W. decided another celebration was in order. For the 29th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Bush declared January 20, 2002, National Sanctity of Human Life Day.

What an ass.

Here’s the best part of all. George W. Bush takes the opportunity to compare abortion supporters to the terrorists responsible for the September 11 massacre:

… we should peacefully commit ourselves to seeking a society that values life — from its very beginnings to its natural end. Unborn children should be welcomed in life and protected in law.

On September 11, we saw clearly that evil exists in this world, and that it does not value life. …

Excuse me while I repeat myself. What an ass.


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2 replies to While You Weren’t Looking… Use a feed to Follow replies to this article

  1. a reader

    So now that satire is OFFICIALLY dead, shouldn’t someone tell the Bush administration to stop shooting?

  2. Martin Striz

    hmmm, aren’t “sanctity” and “sacred” religious terms? I couldn’t imagine another connotation for them. I can see a good case for too much intermingling of church and state, even if the declaration were not official.

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