Monday, February 18, 2008

So good it's fattening

Ah, WND. My faithful idiot-patch.


[McCain] wants to force us to fund medical experimentation on human beings like Joshua and Rachel Hubbard – who were themselves once frozen embryos. Real human beings. Just older than they were when they were shoved in a freezer and vulnerable to policies like those of Sen. John McCain. Just because someone shoves children in the freezer doesn't mean they're no longer human beings in need of adoption. "Thou shalt not kill" doesn't say "unless they're really small and discarded by people who don't want them." If you found a kid locked in a closet, would you justify performing medical experiments on him before taking his life because he "was going to die if nobody let him out of that closet anyway?"
And also...

I must admit that there is another side which, in fairness to liberal history, must be examined. Historically, the Democrat Party has done everything in their power to suppress blacks, including and most notably during the 80-plus years they controlled Congress. One of the principle participants in said suppression was former Ku Klux Klan officer Robert Byrd, D-W.Va. His record of opposing blacks and civil rights initiatives is unequalled in American politics. Will he today put away his prejudice and freely support an Obama administration?


Media also avoid Obama's religion. He was born a Muslim. According to Muslim beliefs, you cannot change religions. He claims to be a Christian. What does that mean? What are the ramifications? Some Muslims say he should defend Islam.

Americans have a right to ask and demand answers, given that the sworn enemy of this country is militant Islam. What influence it may have on a birthright Muslim president, regardless of what religion he claims to have now, is something that must be addressed.

Ow, ow, ow.

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