Thursday, February 19, 2004

From the very beginning the Bush Presidency has concentrated entrenching an Extreme right-wing doctrine into American life. Science and facts are shouldered out of the way.

The Bush Administration bows to the food industry, saying "There is no obesity problem," when you can just look around and see. Bush bends to anti-abortionists by delaying the "Morning after" contraceptive pill, Plan B even though Plan B has been studied extensively and is safe. Isn't it funny how supposed Pro-Lifers are against contraceptives that would REDUCE the number of abortions. For Bush, research and facts are only useful if they support his political agenda.

More than 60 scientists, including 20 Nobel laureates and several science advisers to Republican presidents, on Wednesday accused the Bush administration of manipulating and censoring science for political purposes.

Bush and the extreme right will continue to twist things around. Myth and hypocrisy sit on their shoulders. I guess Americans need to decide if they want to stand by reason and proof, or if they would rather have the darkness and denile of the Bush Dynasty.

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