Friday, April 13, 2007
with apologies to paul simon and his groove- i find it ironic that bush is saying things like this:
"In our day there is a temptation to manipulate life in ways that do not respect the humanity of the person," Bush said Friday. "When that happens, the most vulnerable among us can be valued for their utility to others instead of their own inherent worth."
really george? is that what happened to our brave men and women in iraq? or to the hundreds of thousands dead, wounded and displace iraqis and afghanis?
"We must continue to work for a culture of life where the strong protect the weak and where we recognize in every human life the image of our creator," Bush said.
what does the creator look like george? old, rich and white? seems like to you that the only folks of any value have 'snowflake babies' and live in gated communities. i did a search george- and unlike you i have actually read the christian bible through twice- no where can i find where your savior says that: lying, cheating, stealing, self righteousness, revenge, violence, murder, war, false imprisonment, etc., is ok. i believe he said- leave that to god. but... i paraphrase. no where does he say to inflict your religion into politics- no indeedy- i believe he says "render unto caesar what is caesar's."
so- george- before you go off pretending to be 1) a human being and 2) a christian- perhaps you should remember the saying 'those in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.' you are in no position to be out there saying anything on any subject. in fact, you should be thinking right about now- 'hey, it's a miracle that i haven't been impeached!' because quite frankly, i don't have any other explanation for it.