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January 20, 2007

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Oh, I don't even know what to say to this blessed holiday and the president's endorsement of it. Oh wait, it's coming to me...What a load of crap! There, I said it.

I love your post, and that cartoon was brilliant. I worked at a clinic and saw enough pregnant 12 year olds to make me EXTREMELY pro-choice.

This is totally outrageous - thanks for the post, I had no knowledge of this move mde by Dubya.

Thanks Danny. This might have totally passed me by.

This -- I mean W's statement -- sounds to me like another one of his hypocritical pieces of bigotry.
It deserves no more comment -- at least from me. Just my disdain.
Curiously, January 21 is the anniversary of the beheading of French king Louis the 16th in 1793, during the French revolution.
It's also my granddaughter's birthday (2 years old this year). Yeah!

I'm not sure you need to even bring up Iraq, poverty, etc. to shake your head at this one. Frankly, I have a problem with sentence one of the proclamation:

"endowed by our Creator with the right to life"

Who said this? What does this mean? Is this like the right to vote?

It's National "Shore Up My Slipping Poll Numbers With the Religious Right" Day.

Wow. That's a tone we don't usually hear from you! But it's completely appropriate. The irony of such a proclamation is too much to bear.

"...underscore our commitment to respecting and protecting the life and dignity of every human being." That is, of course, unless you're a Muslim (or, maybe just happen to LOOK like a Muslim), and we think we may have heard you say something about Osama Bin Laden (although it wasn't real clear over that fuzzy wire tap. You may have just been talking about the laundry or something), and we're about 75% sure you have some interesting information that will help us fight this "war on terror." Then, well, you know, commitments are meant to be broken, aren't they? And a little torture in the name of God and righteousness never hurt anyone.
P.S. Tomorrow is "Blog for Choice Day." Looks like you already have.

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