Don't Cry For Me Nigeria
In a whirlwind tour of Africa, First Lady, Laura Bush, was said to have shed a tear in Uganda, poor thing, as she listened to a choir sing. Of course she forgot to mention Amina Lawal in Nigeria, surprising, given her contribution of sewing kits to the abused women in Afghanistan. But then again, she didn't say anything when her husband mocked Karla Faye Tucker before executing her. Oh Pfizer, what have you done? -- July 10, 2003
Slinking Towards Sodom
"So imbued is the Court with the law profession's anti-anti-homosexual culture, that it is seemingly unaware that the attitudes of that culture are not obviously "mainstream"; that in most States what the Court calls "discrimination" against those who engage in homosexual acts is perfectly legal..." declared Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia in a scathing dissent overturning a same-sex law in Texas, June 26, 2003. Where's the "Just Say No" crowd when you need them?
While Martha Stewart stews in the wake of an indictment handed down for obstruction of justice in the insider trading scandal that wrecked the value of her media company and as America is riveted by Scott Peterson's murder trial, Presidential puppeteer, Karl Rove, is planning to exploit sympathy over the World Trade Center tragedy to re-elect President Bush. By holding the Republican Convention in New York in September. He hasn't pissed on Ground Zero yet, but he'll have no qualms using its memory to wipe his ass. -- June 2003.
One of a Kind
"If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual sex within your home, then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest, you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything. Does that undermine the fabric of our society? I would argue yes, it does," argued the Senate's most glowing case for retroactive abortion, Rick Santorum, April 22, 2003. Do you want this peeping Tom in your daughter's bedroom?
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