Thursday, July 20, 2006

Bush Vetoes His Way Into My Heart

by Michael Gregory Steele and Herman B. Hayes

A victory for unborn almost children has been won today!

President Bush answered the question posed by those in Congress
and by people all around this country today: “Is it better to give women the option of using their embryos left over from fertility treatment for research or to just dispose of them?” Bush made the right choice in vetoing a bill that would have given women this choice. He understands that these little tiny itty-bitty human beings are deserving of a respectful burial inside a hazardous waste container and not a test tube.

My Presidential hero may have vetoed the bill in private today, but he still had the courage to stand up in front of a friendly crowd and proudly announce what he had done. Although this time he didn’t go it alone, he had a little help from some pint-sized friends.

Making up part of the backdrop of his press conference today were several absolutely darling children. But these weren’t ordinary kids; these little tykes were originally frozen embryos slated for disposal themselves but were saved by loving parents looking for a child to both love and use as a political prop. There must be something about being a frozen embryo at one point though that makes you grow up to be extra adorable. If I weren’t so straight I would have a strong desire to hug each and every one of these precious little “Snowflake children.”

Now, surrounding himself with these fully developed children would seem completely unrelated to the bill he vetoed today if you didn’t understand the liberal end game here. I mean we all acknowledge the fact that an overwhelming majority of these frozen embryos will never be adopted and will instead be destroyed. Just because they hold the possibility to cure the diseases of millions of people does not mean we should then go routing through the trash for them.

No, the second we allow this to happen then liberals are one step closer to their ultimate goal of murdering fully grown snowflake children in the name of science. I’m not talking about the microscopic embryos; I’m talking about football playing, heterosexual boys here! How could you possibly look into the faces of these children and think that stem cell research is ok?

I certainly am happy that Bush didn’t decide to invite a bunch of sick children to stand there with him instead. Their presence would have cast a very dark cloud over this whole thing. And I don’t want to think about such depressing things on this glorious, wonderful and absolutely fantastic day!


Today is another day that I truly thank the Lord for putting George Bush into office. Just think, without him these difficult moral decisions would be left to two large deliberative bodies full of mere men who happen to represent each and every state in this nation. Collectively, Congress could not understand the true will of God. Only George seems to understand this. That is why I will see this as the day that Christianity has finally triumphed over science.


At July 19, 2006 11:11 PM, Blogger Russ said...

Only George seams to understand the true will of God? Are you trying to make him Pope?

At July 20, 2006 11:31 AM, Blogger Zt said...

Separation of church and what.......
you make me ill.

At July 20, 2006 12:44 PM, Blogger assclown said...

christianity triumphed over science? are you serious? its people like you that give christianity a bad name. I'm not a follower of any god but when you imply that embryos should be tossed in the trash instead of researching them to better understand them, give me science any day.

At July 20, 2006 1:02 PM, Blogger Steve said...

"That is why I will see this as the day that Christianity has finally triumphed over science."
Huh? To think that christianity is against science is a horrible idea. You depend on science to save you life - don't alienate it.

At July 20, 2006 1:04 PM, Blogger Steve said...

ohh never mind... satire...
ugh...good job.
delete previous comment.

At July 20, 2006 1:11 PM, Blogger Michael Gregory Steele said...

dennis: Well, the relative size of the Vatican army I would say that President Bush is in fact tougher, stronger and all around better than the Pope.

zt: I'm sorry to hear that you've just been striken some sort of illness. Just don't hold out hope for federally funded stem cell research to help cure what ails you. Try making God less angry instead.

At July 20, 2006 1:17 PM, Blogger Michael Gregory Steele said...

assclown: You could have saved me some time by putting your "I'm not a follower of any god" statement at the beginning of your comment. This would have saved me from almost reading the entire thing.

steve: Your comments are too inconsistent for me to even attempt to respond to them. But then again I guess when you're a liberal that just goes with the territory.

At July 20, 2006 1:48 PM, Blogger Blue Gal said...

Stem cells sounds like a gardening term to me anyway. And we were cast out of the garden by God for a reason. When will those scientists just give up and realize that if the Bible was good enough for Galileo (after his conversion of course), it's good enough for us?

I am grateful for our first veto, but we still have to wait and pray for our President to protect the pledge of allegiance. I expect we will not have to wait long. And I do not mean saying it in Spanish, if you know what I mean.

At July 20, 2006 2:43 PM, Blogger dusty said...

Praise Jesus and pass the petri dish..oh wait..make sure its not for stell cell research..

At July 20, 2006 4:09 PM, Blogger Sonya said...

You know, I love our President. I don't agree with EVERYTHING he says and does, but he's not here to please me---he is here to help our Country, he's awesome and I am sooooo happy he vetoed the stem cell research, he did do the right thing!

At July 21, 2006 9:50 AM, Blogger rubenoid said...

Christianity has indeed triumphed over not only science, but also Satan. Those devil-worshipping commies may say they are interested in science, but I know real reason they want to keep the foetuses is for satanic cannibal rituals.

At October 16, 2006 8:35 AM, Anonymous Billy said...

Yes. We all must work to prevent the despoilation and rape of prestine life. Those satanists with their elitist P.hds and MDs(The MurDerer degree) need to leave that to our pros on the God-Fearing Republican Love Boat.

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