Friday, July 29, 2005

Sen. Bill Frist: Good boy!


If you haven't read already, Senator Bill Frist, a heart surgeon before he sold his soul to politics, turned into a rare, rare creature today: he escaped teh trance of extremists. He announced he now supports a bill that will ease ridiculous restrictions placed on stem cell research by President Howdy Doody and the other right-wing sheep in 2001. It seems Mr. Frist is one of the few GOP politicians to grow a set of balls and actually go with common sense as opposed to being a puppet for a bunch of right-wing, religious whackos. The only other one I can think of at the moment is Congressman Chris Shays.


Now, of course, loud-mouth, extortionist extremists are going to hound him, say he's not fit for president and won't receive the backing from pro-life groups. And they'll portray him as a demon to Jesus in the next campaign he runs, whenever that is. If I were him, I'd tell them all to go scratch and fuck off. GOP senator Arlen Spector, a colleague and friend of Mr. Frist is fighting cancer. There are signs, or at least some scientific hope, that stem cell research might help in the fight against cancer. Yet, these so-called pro-life dolts will fight the use of embryonic stem cell research because they believe in some illogical reality that says if we eliminate stem cell research, we'll save more babies and God will love us all. What idiots. What's sad is that these people actually have power in Washington, D.C. This, at least, throws them back one step for once.


While I'm no GOP supporter, I want to congratulate Sen Frist on following his conscience (not "conscious" as our dipshit president stated) and standing up to these radical nitwits who are trying to turn this free country into a theocracy.

2 Comments:

At 10:31 AM , Blogger Glenn said...

Hey dude, found your blog via the INTP Central forums. Just wanted to give you some encouragement, b/c I know that helped me when was blogging heavily (not so more). Keep it up...

 
At 2:15 PM , Blogger DevRock said...

Thank you, Glenn!

 

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