Friday, November 17, 2006

"Calling Margaret Sanger. Could Margaret Sanger Please Come to the Front of the Store"

Another impressive Bush appointment today--Eric Keroack to head Office of Population Affairs. What makes Keroack appealing to the Bushites? Not only does he oppose abortion, he also opposes contraception!

Keroack's current organization, A Woman's Concern, fights to "help women escape the temptation and violence of abortion." Makes sense to me. I know all the women I know who have had abortions had them because the process is just so goddamned tempting. It's almost as fun as Vegas! Some even got pregnant just so they could have an abortion, it's that fun! In fact, I think it sucks being a man since I will never know the joy of having an abortion!

A Woman's Concern also claims "that the crass commercialization and distribution of birth control is demeaning to women, degrading of human sexuality and adverse to human health and happiness." Yep, no question there. The birth control pill has done far more to demean women than, say, the fraternity system. Date rape just isn't the same without the possibility of getting the slut pregnant.

You know where this country went wrong? When women got the opportunity to control their own bodies. Thank God that George W. Bush is fighting against such sinful policies.

But hey, at least we know Bush doesn't support race suicide.