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March 25, 2005

Memo to the Republican Party

One is the highest-ranking elected official in Florida.  A man who, with one word, could save Terri Schiavo's life.

The other is the most powerful man in the world.  The leader of the most powerful country on the face of the planet.

And both  of them have bowed in supplication to a flamingo-humping fucknozzle in a swamp.

It's not often Gov. Jeb Bush is frustrated pursuing his goals. He was the first governor to start a statewide school voucher program. He got rid of civil service protections for tens of thousands of state workers. He pushed through billions of dollars in tax cuts. His goal of prolonging the life of Terri Schiavo is proving much harder.

"It is frustrating for people to think that I have power that I don't, and not be able to act," Bush told The Associated Press on Thursday. "I don't have embedded special powers. I wish I did in this particular case."

You have those powers, motherfucker.  Florida statutes clearly  mandate that you, through the Department of Children & Families, have the power to go in and take Terri Schiavo with or without Georgie-Porgie Dolphin-Felcher's express say-so.  But your performance in this crisis clearly  indicates that you're afraid to so much as take a shit without that fuckheaded bastard's permission.

And your so-called "compassionate conservative" brother excuse-for-a-President has been deafening in his silence.  Shrubby won't so much as lift a finger to save this innocent woman, and the fat-assed son-of-a-syphilitic-crack-whore-bitch excuse-for-a-husband who killed her is going to get off scot-free - all because you two cowardly fucks refused to get up off your yellow asses and do  something about it.

(UPDATE:  Oh, sure, he'll get up in the middle of the night for a hot chocolate and sign a bill that tells others to do his dirty work for him  - "Here, Fed Judge, go look at this and we wish you'd maybe see it in your black heart to perhaps could possibly, y'know, reinsert a feeding tube if you find time..." - but he won't send federal marshals down to Pinellas County to take Terri into protective custody?  He can hold terrorist suspects at Gitmo for God knows how long without so much as a habeas corpus,  but he can't go save a dying woman???)

Well, this conservative pro-lifer will not forget.  And I'll make sure my fellow conservative pro-lifers won't forget, as well.

Say goodbye to your political chances in '06, and you can forget about retaining any majorities in 2008.  You've taken us down this primrose path before - talk a good game, but then show a decided lack of balls when push came to shove over our issues.

Now your chickenshittery has cost a young, innocent woman her life, and the asswipe mass of rejected afterbirth is going to get away with murdering her.  And we in the pro-life movement hold you  responsible.

And from this point forward, we're going to make you pay.

Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant at March 25, 2005 07:04 AM

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The biggest screw-up in this case, IMHO, is the press conference that Jeb held Wednsday Afternoon, where he announced his intentions. You DO NOT telegraph you battle plan to the enemy. Ever. Not the real one, anyway.

The scariest thought about all of this; These ARE the conservatives. Does anyone in the entire world think that John F'n Kerry would have done Terri any more good? Hitlary? Algore?

This may be as good as it gets.

This just sucks.

Posted by: Wil at March 25, 2005 07:30 AM

Depending on your outlook, however, I really don't see this hurting the Republican Party very much. A lot of people will stay home in November, but that will be a problem for the Dhimmicraps as well - they seem to be intent on proving that they can't be trusted in any way whatever, and there will be a certain element of "Oh, well, at least our guys TRIED" coming in to play as well. A lot of conservative Democrats are coming over, due to the idiocy of Howard Dean, et al.

Our side really doesn't have anywhere else to go. Libertarians? No chance of winning. No National Conservative Party, although they have a lot of influence in New York.

Since Hitlary seems to be in the on-deck circle for the Dems, the next couple of elections may be more of a contest than most people currently believe.

Posted by: Wil at March 25, 2005 07:59 AM

Father forgive them, for they know not what they do. Thus saieth ZiPpo.

Posted by: ZiPpo at March 25, 2005 10:05 AM

Well, this Florida voter will NOT forget. I'm sick of this shit. And although I like Jeb's brother and father, I have never been too particular to him. The crap going on with child killers in this state, and now this? I'm serious in regards to how this shit is handled. And you think states bordering Mexico are the only ones having problems with illegals? They fucking swarm here, suck off on our resources BIG TIME. My friend was found with a bullet hole in his head in a canal, after fucking alligators snacked on him right in time to bring in the Thanksgiving holiday for his wife and 3 young children. They found his murderer too.... a fucking illegal immigrant. Jeb will NOT be getting my vote after this. It is just insane. And this sorry excuse of a husband is breaking laws here... he's openly living with a woman while married to another. Fuck, this pisses me off.

Posted by: LC Staci at March 25, 2005 10:28 AM

"This may be as good as it gets.

Dear God, what a scary thought.

Liberal that I am, I don't think Kerry, or Hillary would have done any different. Bill? Maybe. Who knows. She is a woman after all.

Posted by: wanda at March 26, 2005 12:08 AM

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