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Bush to Anti-Abortion Terrorists: “Go For It!”

Posted in cripsyduck, politics, religion with tags , , , , , , , , on June 13, 2009 by criPSy duck

A recent post at Think Progress notes that the Bush Department of Justice failed to enforce laws designed to keep anti-abortion protesters from obstructing work at health clinics.

Between 2000 and 2008, the National Abortion Federation recorded 3,291 acts of violence against abortion providers and “at least 17 cases of ‘extreme’ violence against abortion providers in the United States, such as arson, stabbing and bomb attacks.” However, the Bush Administration’s Department of Justice “prosecuted only 11 individuals for any acts of violence against abortion clinics or providers.”

So, big shocker that hard-line pseudo-Christian wackos would think that vigilante “justice” might be justified. The Bushies didn’t bother changing Roe v. Wade (even though they had full control of the House, the Senate, the White House and the Supreme Court for a while there), but they did tell the confused far-right militant activist weirdos to go ahead and have a free-for-all on women’s protected rights.

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gesundheit

Posted in cripsyduck, politics, religion with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 18, 2009 by criPSy duck

I’m so fucking sick of the religious. You can’t even be a good flaming liberal anymore without invoking the imaginary name of some invisible omniscient boogeyman in the sky every time you take the stage. When did having a rich fantasy life become a prerequisite for public service? Continue reading

Who’s afraid of an ill-informed lynch mob?

Posted in cripsyduck, politics with tags , , , on October 13, 2008 by criPSy duck

Noted Christian conservative Frank Schaeffer, son of one the modern evangelical movement’s most respected founders, Francis Schaeffer, has come out against the McCain campaign with a powerful argument.

Well said, good fellow.

Can I Just Say This?

Posted in cripsyduck, politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , on September 29, 2008 by criPSy duck

I hated Ronald Reagan. I hate George W. Bush. In fact, I can only think of two Republican presidents I have had any respect for in the last 50 years: George H.W. Bush and Richard Nixon. Continue reading