We are the 99%

January 16, 2009

A Remider of What's Leaving The Oval Office

Did you know that George W Bush proclaimed Sunday National Sanctity of Human Life day?

From his Proclamation:
All human life is a gift from our Creator that is sacred, unique, and worthy of protection. On National Sanctity of Human Life Day, our country recognizes that each person, including every person waiting to be born, has a special place and purpose in this world. We also underscore our dedication to heeding this message of conscience by speaking up for the weak and voiceless among us.
Nice to know.

More from the Proclamation:
The most basic duty of government is to protect the life of the innocent.
Good to hear.

Thanks, George. Good to know you care.

8 comments:

Sherry said...

it just makes me want to scream at him!

but it wouldn't do any good and i'd probably have a heart attack.

cathcatz said...

he meant to say " all christian human life".

Heir to the Throne said...

I should post some pictures of the aftermath of Waco and the bombing of Kosavo.

EdHeath said...

You know, Heir, sometimes the 2PJ's are a bit over the top. And the ATF and FBI were hardly at their best in Waco. And multiple sides in the entire Yugoslavian conflict committed despicable acts.

Still, the ATF believed the Branch Davidians had illegal weapons. And the Serbs were the strongest group in the area and would have ethnically cleansed a least a couple of different groups, given the chance (and by the way, I assume you meant the bombing of Serbia; I think it would be the Serbs responsible for bombing Kosovo).

On the other hand, the current President Bush claimed that Iraq was an imminent threat, that they had nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction.

Dayvoe said...

Over the top?

Where's the love, man? Where's the love???

EdHeath said...

Ah, I still love you guys, dude. It's just a tough love.

C.H. said...

Saddam's ethnic cleasning far outstripped anything that was taking place in Kosovo. But that's right, we're not supposed to say anything about Iraq before 2003.

Maria said...

We're not suppossed to say anything about Iraq before 2003 because Reagan embraced Saddam (Rumsfeld literally embraced him) after Saddam gassed the Kurds.