Friday, May 15, 2009

Yeah, about that "sanctity of life" thing, Hunter ...


Blogging Tory Hunter continues to whine ... and whine ... and whine ...

It is the March for Life rally that had 12,000 people show up in support of life... Funny how it was only Conservative and Liberal MP's that support life.

Kind of similar to the way that it's only Blogging Tory members who support wholesale genocide of brown people:

Hey Sri Lanka, would you just hurry up and finish [the Tamils] off so traffic can get back to normal?

Hunter then gets all panty-bunchy:

We will have to start calling the Bloc the Culture of Death party, as they support both abortion and euthanasia. Sicko's.

And along those lines, I guess we could start calling the Blogging Tories the "Let's Kill all the Brown People" blogging aggregator. Kate McMillan and "Neo Conservative" alone could carry the banner for that.

AFTERSNARK: Zerb takes Hunter out to the woodshed without even realizing it.

2 comments:

psa said...

The Prolonged Suffering Party
The Terminal Agony Party
The Slave to The Womb Party
The Anti Self Determination League

Funny how these cretins are so desperate to get government involved in peoples lives when it comes to the largest decisions with the most far reaching personal implications. Yet they go completely bonkers when they are asked to wear a seat belt or register lethal weapons. Priorities I suppose.

You shouldn't be able to love and marry those whose lifestyle the narrow minded don't like. You shouldn't have the choice of whether you will or won't carry out the biological process of child bearing. You should be forced to lie in a broken and disease wracked body, suffering and stripped of dignity regardless of your own wishes or those of your loved ones. Interesting notion of life these fools have.

JABbering Stooge said...

We will have to start calling the Bloc the Culture of Death party, as they support both abortion and euthanasia. Sicko's.Gee, Hunter. Did you get that idea from down here south of the 49th parallel?

Moron.