Barry SCHWARTZ (Barijo ŜVARC) (chemoelectric) wrote,

Bushist freaks disrespect the institution of marriage

I just heard on Air America Radio that Bushists in Congress hope to
intervene in the removal of Terri Schiavo's feeding tube. I think
they feel an affinity: Terri Schiavo is in a persistent vegetative
state, and so are the Bushists in Congress. The main difference is
that congressional Bushists feed on the blood of human beings and can
do so even with the cracked butternut shells they employ as brains.

Bill "Abortion Provider" Frist went before the American People and
proclaimed some lie about a neurologist on Terri Schiavo's case
telling Frist the woman can recover substantially.

I think part of the problem here is the infantile nonsense by which a
human being is seen as a fully functional "soul" constrained within a
possibly dysfunctional "body." People who believe such neolithic
superstition may dare to snicker at the pantheons of ancient Greeks,
who were unfathomably more advanced than that ground monkey Bill
"Abortion Provider" Frist. Heck, neolithic Utzi the Ice Man, who died
about 5000 years ago, had better shoes than ours, though they are not
as nice for walking as are Bill Frist's knuckles. This is the same
Bill "Abortion Provider" Frist whose website once had a poll (on a
subject I don't remember) where sane Americans were "winning", so
every once in a while the congressmonkey would reverse the sense of
the question without changing the vote totals. This hominoid,
"Dr. Fetus Shredder" Frist, belongs in a zoo for the criminally

Anyway, if we reach into our brains, grab the notion of a "soul," and
chuck it before a barreling freight train, we see that it is part of
human wiring to smile and so forth. These are not necessarily
evidence of a working cortex, but rather evidence of some more
primitive structure still operating. Without a working cortex you may
have an individual who can live if others take care of such matters as
nutrition; however, you have none of the functionality that matter to
most of us. I see no reason to interfere with the husband's
prerogative, but the Bushists in Congress apparently spit on the
institution of marriage.

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