Dec 17, 2009

Finally, A Voice of Reason

When chaos abounds, one needs to look no further than Chuck Norris for sanity.
Washington is up to its old political shell game again, this time in an unprecedented way.
Word. Lay it out, kick man.
First, last Monday the Senate rejected the health care reform bill amendment introduced by Sen. Ben Nelson, D-Neb., and Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, that would have banned federal funds from providing for abortion.
Ah shit.
Then, on Thursday, the House of Representatives rushed the clandestine approval of an overinflated $1 trillion omnibus bill, which includes 5,224 earmarks -- costing about $3.9 billion -- and an underhanded provision that would overturn a long-standing budget ban in the District of Columbia (whose budget is overseen by Congress) for federally funding abortions.
Then, after the Democratic-controlled Senate cleared a procedural vote on Saturday needed to end a Republican filibuster, in yet another near-secret Sunday afternoon session, the Senate passed the omnibus bill and the provision for Washington, D.C. Tragically, the bill also would appropriate $648.5 million for "international family planning" funding (an increase of $103 million over 2009) and would give funding for Planned Parenthood and the United Nations Population Fund, both of which have pro-abortion agendas.
Son of a bitch.
In short, while President Obama was accepting the Nobel Peace Prize, the Democrats in Congress drove a sword through the womb of the unborn.
Um. Please don't come to my Christmas party.
Lastly, as we near the eve of another Christmas, I wonder: What would have happened if Mother Mary had been covered by Obamacare? What if that young, poor and uninsured teenage woman had been provided the federal funds (via Obamacare) and facilities (via Planned Parenthood, etc.) to avoid the ridicule, ostracizing, persecution and possible stoning because of her out-of-wedlock pregnancy?
He would have been Jesus the Dead Fetus, yo. Shit would have been different. Would have been a super uncomfortable resurrection. The crucifixion would not have been a tea party, either. You ever try to nail a fetus to a cross? Shit is fucked up.

1 comment:

Mike S said...

"... the Democrats in Congress drove a sword through the womb of the unborn."

Those Democrats are incredible swordsmen. Hitting the womb of an unborn is tough! That's a small target, and you have to go through not one, but TWO people to get to it. And how do they know if it's a girl unborn or a boy unborn before they start the stabbin'?

Also, did Chuck just call for the stoning of the virgin Mary? And infer that she would've aborted the baby Jesus if she had had the opportunity? And did he do it all in one single paragraph? That dude really CAN do anything. Ninja!