I find the so-called "pro-life" positions to be the least compassionate expressions of human understanding of any on the political spectrum. I respect anybody's right to be anti-choice but resent like hell the attempt to claim that as a compassionate or humanitarian position. Its one of the most authoritarian political (and religious) beliefs I know of.
Let's do the time warp again!
Sorry about a day of our site looking like May 23rd all over again.
I've spoken with the ISP, and we suspect that it must somehow be Senator McGee's fault.
There are perfectly valid medical explanations for all this. I got a concussion. My cab dropped me off at the wrong house. An otter was chasing me. I'm rushing Alpha Chi Sigma's. Well, now that that's been fully explained, I think we'll all agree that it's better if we just put it behind us once and for all -- The central committee has called for a vote.
All in favor, say Aye.
(three 'Aye's heard from the McGee table).
All opposed by the same sign:
(a groundswell of 'Aye's)
Ah, good. The Aye's have it. Let's speak no more of this or any other tawdry bit of silliness involving Senator McGee's personal proclivities.