Bush "All Human Life is Sacred" as he Executes Prisoners

Whoop de doo the Pope is trying to claw his way back into American hearts this week by visiting America on his Birthday (today). This being the first visit by a Pope since the 2002 case of the serial molester which started the uncovering of many more cases both in the U.S. and abroad. Anyone else feel offended by the governments enormous amount of preparation and press for this guy? Why is there suddenly no seperation of church and state? That dosen't make any sense to me; but anyway that's not what this article is about- I'll go on....

On this most joyous of occasions- note the sarcasm -I thought Bush had a funny contradictory statement that I'd like to point out =>

"In a world where some treat life as something to be debased and discarded, we need your message that all human life is sacred and that each of us is willed, each of us is loved, and each of us is necessary," the president said, drawing sustained applause from the lawn.

What the hell is Bush talking about?
I realize he must mean that "all human life is sacred" in terms of his Pro-Life agenda; but dosen't he see that his excessive amounts of capital punishment (a la execution) go against this exact principle. Why is he allowed to execute hundreds of prisoners in Texas, yet he dosen't give rape victim women the right to choose when it comes to abortion. Surely, choosing to have an abortion for the sake of the baby's environment and conditions of conceptions are a more noble cause than because someone committed a crime.

Silly Bush, think before you talk...

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