Class Act

Former Senator “Man-on-Dog” Santorum is vexed over the abortion issue:

“The question is, and this is what Barack Obama didn’t want to answer — is that human life a person under the Constitution and Barack Obama says no,” Santorum said. “Well if that human life is not a person then I find it almost remarkable for a black man to say ‘now we are going to decide who are people and who are not people.’”

I am disappointed that President Obama, who rightfully fights for civil rights, refuses to recognize the civil rights of the unborn in this country.”

Personally, I find Santorum and his band of gametocidial apologists quite appalling. Spermatozoä and oocytes are (typically) chromosomally complete, even if haploid. Yet, Santorum ignores (and probably contributes to) the murder of trillions of spermatozoan Americans and billions of oocyte Americans every year. There are many orders of magnitude more haploid Americans killed every single day then there are unborn diploid Americans killed in an entire decade. Apparently, being a living haploid human relegates one to a third class of citizenship.

Where are the calls for civil rights for haploid-Americans? There are none, because people like Santorum are nothing but smug ploidists and gameto-bigots!

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One Response to “Class Act”

  1. Benjamin Says:

    I for one am pro choice even IF the unborn are considered human, and even IF they could be defined as more human than sperm or eggs. I think it is sad these semantic arguments are necessary, because to me they are the weakest arguments for choice.

    That said, thank you for the hilarious commentary.

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