Skip to comments.Ah, Reuters (You won't believe this one!)
Posted on 08/27/2004 5:29:13 PM PDT by TonyInOhio
AH, REUTERS [Ramesh Ponnuru]
Doug Johnson, legislative director of the National Right to Life Committee, sent out a press release on the latest partial-birth ruling. Here's an email he got in response from Todd Eastham, the North American news editor for Reuters:
"What's your plan for parenting & educating all the unwanted children you people want to bring into the world? Who will pay for policing our streets & maintaining the prisons needed to contain them when you, their parents & the system fail them? Oh, sorry. All that money has been earmarked to pay off the Bush deficit. Give me a frigging break, will you?"
Children....just an unwanted by-product of sex....and of course, the fault of Bush.
I'm counting on it! I can't wait to do a victory dance all over certain newsgroups on Usenet that are left-wing echo chambers. They've been going loco since Bush was elected, and this will finish them off for good! :D
Any time you see an al-Qaeda get picked up, especially in Europe and, believe it or not, Argentina, it is probably because of a report by a Reuters reporter in Damascus, Saudi, Lebonon, or Paris.
Great job!! Go get 'em, Reuters!!
Excellent points. Lets round up all unwanted citizens who are not paying taxes, or who get more in assistance than they pay in taxes and off them. You'll need an affidavit from a lib (they never lie), or 16 veterans ( 264 vets is an obvious lie - they lie when in large packs) who swear you are wanted to evade getting offed. < /sarcasm >
Gee, why can't the man who got the woman pregnant
help support his own children?
On another topic, the lefties already know how to
prevent unwanted pregnancies. Judging by their
acceptance of Kerry's Vietnam / Cambodia stories,
it seems that they'll swallow anything.
[Asbestos suit gleefully removed. I've been
waiting to use that punchline for _years_ !]
All of nature does not care that we curb population growth by encouraging abortion and making it easily accessible. The 40 million people that are missing from today's population in America create a vacuum that is filled by third world immigrants abroad. The legal residents see their population as aging yet the entire population is age constant with less productivity.
A good counter response would be who is going to educate and teach English to all the illegal uneducated unskilled people coming across the borders because of the void created by your love of abortion?
Is it more economic to educate a nonaborted American than it is to educate a 30-year old non-English speaking illegal immigrant with health and dental problems whose prime directive is to get twenty more of the same and all their families over the border as fast as possible ad infinitum?
How many jobs are filled by lower productivity workers because the persons that were aborted are not there to fill them?
Is this a troll to be used for re-posting in
lefty groups about "those shrill extremist
Otherwise, WELL DONE!
Liberal Media Bias ?!?!?!?
Playing games with mindless lefties is a lot of fun. How about writing to him to let him know that, oops, the man who was going to invent the cure for AIDS was aborted instead. Or, that the human who was going to be the first woman to be elected as the American President (running on the Progressive Party ticket, too!), was instead aborted. Can you imagine the wailing coming from some Reuters office (um, I mean, broom closet) as a result?
Uhhhh...is this a-hole one step away from advocating summary execution of all kids who flunk out of school or perhaps have IQs below 100 or if they're caught for petty larceny when they're 14 years old? These people are fascists...
Another liberal handringer who believes the solution to future problems is to kill babys, the handicapped, the old, the infirm, and anyone else that may prove inconveinent for them in the future when they plan to spend the wealth that they now amass in their selfishness.
[Troll- and Flame- bait: Asbestos suit off, author
fleeing for dear life.]
From a certain point of view this is consistent with
the "we have to destroy this village to save it"
mentality from Vietnam (which Kerry implied was widespread). Compare and contrast this to Hillary's
"It takes a village to raise an [idiot]". :-)
Please note first line of post before responding.
"Has anyone tracked down this slimebags e-mail address?"
Yup, uh huh, sounds like he needs a good FReepin!
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