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9 Responses to “Diflucan For Sale”

  1. Wesley Wilson Says:

    This is one of the most intellectually bankrupt things I’ve read since Obama’s inauguration address.

    *George W. Bush has a pro-abortion legacy because his mother is pro-abortion? That’s lunacy.
    *You blame Bush for the judicial appointments of his father and of Reagan. Why not go ahead and blame him for the appointments of Clinton and Obama while you are at it?
    *When Bush signs a law saving children born alive, he is supporting abortion?
    *You condemn Bush for not supporting the 2008 South Dakota abortion ban which contained some exceptions, but you would have condemned him if he had supported it, as you condemn him for supporting other limitations of abortion that included exceptions. By condemning him, you condemn yourself with your own mouth, whether you supported or opposed the ban.

    Some of your criticism is valid. Much is not. Your dishonesty is a disgrace to the religion you profess. Give Bush credit for the good things he has done. Give him blame for the bad. Remember that those who justify the wicked and those who condemn the just are both an abomination to God. God hates a dishonest balance.

  2. admin Says:

    Wesly, Bush’s record is clear.

    Bush doesn’t believe that babies in the womb possess an inalienable right to life which no state can violate. His record is clear. Although I don”t necessaily agree that his wife and mother’s “pro-choice” positions are germane to Bush’s record, I do believe that if you consider on balance his entire record above it is patently clear that Bush was nominally pro-life at best if being “pro-life” means that you believe that babies in their mothers’ womb don’t possess an unalienable right to life which no individual state may violate.

    Anybody who increases federal funding for Planned Parenthood at a more rapid rate that Clinton did can’t be considered “pro-life” in my book.

    But, perhaps we have a different definition of “pro-life.”

    Apparently we do.

    And by the way, you accuse me of being “dishonest.” I think that charge is dishonest. Perhpas you can proove even one lie in my post.

    GJ

  3. Wesley Wilson Says:

    My charge of dishonesty is intended for Mr. Enyart. Sorry I wasn’t clear on that. Let me support that charge.

    He measures Reagan and George W Bush by a different standard, blaming Bush for the appointments of Alito and Roberts. What about Reagan’s appointment of Sandra Day O’Conner? If not dishonest, that is at least hypocritical.

    As I pointed out above, Enyart blames Bush for supporting abortion bans that included exceptions. Then he blames Bush for opposing abortion bans that included exceptions. That is not honest.

    Enyart alleges that “Bush actively advocated the murder of 112,000 kids openly and directly” by supporting restrictions on abortion that allowed exceptions. That’s a lie. That’s like saying a firefighter who could only rescue 9 of 10 people from a burning building actively killed the remaining person.

    Enyart claims that the Born-Alive Infant Protection Act results in babies being killed sooner and more violently. Abortionists have always tried to kill the baby while it is at least partially in the womb. This just protects the babies who somehow survive. I question whether this bill has changed the abortion procedures. Perhaps so. But what did Enyart want–a presidential veto? How was signing that bill anti-life? Yet Enyart claims it was part of Bush’s anti-life record. That is a lie.

    Bush should have vetoed every funding bill with even one cent for Planned Parenthood or federal funding of abortions. He didn’t. Nor has any president. I am disappointed that he did not do more for life, but I am thankful for him holding back the floodgates of abortion to the extent he did. The contrast with Obama could not be more stark–even in Obama’s first week in office.

  4. Steve Says:

    I hope the next book you write is called “Conservative comebacks to Republican lies”.

    Because our first enemy, the one we need to focus on and defeat before we have even a chance of defeating Obama is the Republican elite.

    They said that Bush was pro-life. THEY LIED!

  5. Anonymous Person Says:

    This post from ARTL and Jackson is, of course, completely false.

    President Bush appointed two justices to the U.S.
    Supreme Court, Chief Justice John Roberts and
    Justice Samuel Alito. In 2007 both justices voted to
    uphold the federal Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act.
    In 2003, President Bush signed into law the
    Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act. When legal
    challenges were filed to the law, his Administration
    successfully defended the law and it was upheld by
    the U.S. Supreme Court.

    President Bush also signed into law several other
    crucial pro-life measures, including the Unborn
    Victims of Violence Act, which recognizes unborn
    children as victims of violent federal crimes, the
    Born-Alive Infants Protection Act, which affords
    babies who survive abortions the same legal
    protections as babies who are spontaneously born
    prematurely, and legislation to prevent health care
    providers from being penalized by the federal, state,
    or local governments for not providing abortions.

    In 2007, President Bush sent congressional
    Democratic leaders letters in which he said that he
    would veto any bill that weakened any existing
    pro-life policy. This strong stance prevented
    successful attacks on the Hyde Amendment and
    many other pro-life laws during 2007 and 2008.

    The Administration issued a regulation
    recognizing an unborn child as a “child” eligible for
    health services under the State Children’s Health
    Insurance Progam (SCHIP).

    In 2001, President Bush declared that federal funds
    could not be used for the type of stem cell research
    that requires the destruction of human embryos. He
    used his veto twice to prevent enactment of bills that
    would have overturned this pro-life policy. The
    types of adult stem cell research that the President
    promoted, which do not require the killing of
    human embryos, realized major breakthroughs
    during his administration.

    The Bush Administration played a key role in the
    United Nations, in adoption by the UN General
    Assembly of the historic UN declaration calling on
    member nations to ban all forms of human cloning
    (2005), and in including language in the Convention
    (Treaty) on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities,
    which protects persons with disabilities from being

    President Bush strongly advocated a complete ban
    on human cloning, and helped defeat “clone and
    kill” legislation.

    President Bush restored and enforced the “Mexico
    City Policy,” which prevents tax funds from being
    given to organizations that perform or promote
    abortion overseas. The President’s veto threats
    blocked congressional attempts to overturn this
    policy. The Administration also cut off funding for
    the United Nations Population Fund, due to that
    agency’s involvement in China’s
    compulsory-abortion program.

    That’s just a partial list….

  6. admin Says:

    Wesley and “anonymous”:

    Thanks for taking the time to post. But I respectfully disagree with both of you that Bush was “pro-life.” Again, perhaps we have different definitions of what being “pro-life” means. But the fact of the matter is that Bush doesn’t believe that babies in the womb possess an unalienable right to life which no state can violate or he would have issued an executive order closing down ever abortion mill in the nation. He also appointed two SC justices who don’t’ believe babies in the womb possess an unalienable right to life which no state may violate. And Mr. Enyart is 100% correct that Alito issued a number of pro-abortion rulings. Roberts has said that he belives Roe is the “law of the land.”

    Enyart is also correct that Bush’s nominee Harriet Miers established SMU’s feminist (pro-abortion) Women’s Studies endowment and that Bush tried to nominate pro-abort Alberto Gonzalez to the SC.

    Mr. Enyart is also 100% correct that “Bush opposed some funding of abortion, abroad, etc., but has authorized hundreds of millions of dollars more to Planned Parenthood than Clinton ever did; Bush signed HHS budges giving hundreds of millions annually to PP with Title X bills, authorizing tax-funded abortions explicitly for surgical abortions to kill unborn children including those whose fathers are criminals; and Bush gave Medicaid money for Plan B, the chemical abortifacient.”

    That’s a “pro-life” record?

    With regard to Bush’s signing the PBA law, again Enyart is 100% correct when he writes:

    “Bush was an accomplice to the 15-year partial-birth abortion fiasco; though it raised a quarter of a billion dollars for the pro-life industry, the Republican ban permits other ways to commit late-term and even partial-birth abortions and provided cover for pro-abortion politicians who knew, as Dr. James Dobson wrote, that the PBA ban “does not save a single human life.”

    Is signing legislation that gives pro-lifers false hope that the quarter of a billion dollars they gave to “pro-life” and “pro-family” groups would save babies, “pro-life?”

    I think not.

    Bottom line is that under Bush, abortion remained “legal” and was no less “rare” than under Clinton. And it is also true that federal funding to Planned Parenthood increased at a faster rate under Bush than it did under Clinton.

    Sorry, but no ammount of Bush propaganda will make me believe that Bush was “pro-life” in any meaningful way.

    Bush claimed to be “pro-life” to get pro-life Christians to vote for him twice.

    In the end after over 10,000,000 babies were murdered during is presidency, we saw through his actions, that his claim that he was “pro-life” was just lip service that gave a false sense of hope to millions who trusted him.

    Gregg

  7. Andrew Yu-Jen Wang Says:

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    George W. Bush committed hate crimes of epic proportions and with the stench of terrorism (indicated in my blog).

    George W. Bush did in fact commit innumerable hate crimes.

    And I do solemnly swear by Almighty God that George W. Bush committed other hate crimes of epic proportions and with the stench of terrorism which I am not at liberty to mention.

    Many people know what Bush did.

    And many people will know what Bush did—even to the end of the world.

    Bush was absolute evil.

    Bush is now like a fugitive from justice.

    Bush is a psychological prisoner.

    Bush has a lot to worry about.

    Bush can technically be prosecuted for hate crimes at any time.

    In any case, Bush will go down in history in infamy.

    Submitted by Andrew Yu-Jen Wang
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA
    Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

    “GEORGE W. BUSH IS THE WORST PRESIDENT IN U.S. HISTORY” BLOG OF ANDREW YU-JEN WANG
    ______________________
    I am not sure where I had read it before, but anyway, it is a linguistically excellent statement, and it goes kind of like this: “If only it were possible to ban invention that bottled up memories so they never got stale and faded.” Oh wait—off the top of my head—I think the quotation came from my Lower Merion High School yearbook.

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