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Week in Review: The PATRIOT Act Massacres

March 23, 2007

Every day, the stench of the politically-motivated dismissal of a slew of Federal prosecutors for daring to prosecute Republican office-holders — or failing to prosecute Democratic ones quick enough — grows deeper.
What Time Magazine once dismissed as “liberal bloggers” claiming “independent-minded federal prosecutors are being forced out and replaced with administration toadies” and “seeing broad partisan conspiracies where none likely exist,” now turns out to be exactly that!
Today, the INSIDE SCOOP on the broad White House Conspiracy to replace moderate Republicans who dared to uphold the law against an Administration that insisted they bend the law to protect Republican law-breakers and punish Democratic ones…
(originally aired March 5, 2007)

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  • Vicky March 8, 2007 6:21 pm

    From the National Abortion Federation: (no joke)
    Take Action: Show Your Appreciation for Abortion Providers (Wear RED) (Blood Red)
    March 10 is the National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers. Show your support for the health care professionals who dedicate their lives to providing women with “safe” (quotes are mine) abortion care.
    Nominees recommended by Jill Stanek –
    The selection process was difficult due to the cumbersome requirement that winners have valid medical licenses and not be convicted felons.
    Take Reffat Kamel Abofreka of Virginia, for instance, who would have made a spectacular nominee had he not lost his license last April for botching a couple of abortions, then shooing the mothers off to the hospital ER without making arrangements.
    And there’s 82-year-old abortionist Richard Leigh of Grand Forks , N.D., lost his license in December for defrauding Medicare.
    California abortionist Laurence Reich managed to avoid license revocation for six years (!) after complaints were filed for sexually molesting patients. But last April his legal options sadly petered out.
    New Jersey abortionist Flavius Thompson deserves honorable mention for completing court intervention to learn how not to flush aborted babies into the sewer system so he could have his medical license reinstated in May!
    State officials closed A Gynecologists Diagnostic Center in Hialeah, Fla., last summer after a baby was allegedly aborted alive, killed and then hidden from police on the mill’s roof for nine days.
    New Jersey Health Department closed Metropolitan Medical Associates after a mother who aborted there suffered massive hemorrhaging resulting in a stroke and month-long coma. Investigators found the mill had serious infectious control issues, which really shouldn’t surprise anyone since it killed 10,000 babies a year. Consider the logistics of maintaining cleanliness with all those dead bodies.
    The winner is – 2007 Abortionist of the Year is Wichita, Kansas’ own late-term abortionist extraordinaire, George “the Killer” Tiller!