Islezbofascist Awareness Week: Scientists, the new pornographers
Sister Nancy Beth is a passionate adherent of the First Amendment, at least as our Christian Founding Fathers intended for it to be used. Nothing rouses my suspicions quite like handmaidens of The Left wringing their hands and crying "censorship," as you can bet dollars to donuts that whatever they're being prevented from expressing is pornographic, un-American, and blatantly anti-Christian. As far as I'm concerned, whoever's shutting them up is doing the American public a tremendous service, since it typically means preventing me from having to Witness some performance artist of indeterminate gender spray catsup out of its orifices while ranting about what a monster Our President is. This time is no exception:
Environmental and public health experts overwhelmingly denounced editing by the White House of a federal health agency head's testimony to Congress Tuesday. Significant deletions were made from the testimony, concerning global warming and the potential impact on human health.Science, as it routinely demonstrates, is an enormous junk industry set up to give cover to the most egregious excesses that liberals routinely engage in, like the constant God-bashing of evolution, homosexuality, protecting endangered species, etc. And, it's resolutely filthy. I'm not surprised these "scientists" are unhappy Our President had the good taste to excise their exacting details about what global warming will do to our digestive tracts, because it probably read like a scatological fantasy scene more befitting the homosexual congregants of the Folsom Street Fair than the greatest nation on earth. Just take a look at the smut that passes for research elsewhere in the learned and gentlemanly circles of science, this time about industrial "toxins":
The original, unedited testimony presented to Congress by Dr. Julie Gerberding, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and obtained by ABC News was 14 pages long, but the White House Office of Management and Budget edited the final version down to a mere six pages.
Scientists and public health organizations called the move "frustrating," "terrible" and "appalling." The edits essentially deleted all sections that referred to climate change as a public health concern -- including the risks of increased food-borne and waterborne diseases, worsening extreme weather events, worsening air pollution and the effect of heat stress on humans.
Also testifying that day was Dr. Shanna Swan, director of the Center for Reproductive Epidemiology at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, in New York. Dr. Swan conducted a study, published in the June 2005 Environmental Health Perspectives, that sent shock waves through the medical community. Swan took urine samples from 134 pregnant women in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Columbia, Missouri, and tested them for phthalates. The results showed an apparent correlation between women who had higher phthalate levels in their urine and the fact that their male children, within thirteen months of birth, showed "reduced ano-genital distance (AGD)." That measurement of the distance between the anus and the scrotum is a means of distinguishing between male and female rodents and is a key indicator of testosterone levels. Dr. Gray has been seeing shorter AGDs in rats fed phthalates--now Dr. Swan was seeing it in humans.Disgusting! Liberals may think they have the right to shock us with their vulgar and explicit "scholarship," but their findings are nothing more than ways to indulge in and validate their unnatural sexual inclinations. I for one applaud Our President for keeping science clean. In doing so, he preserves the values that have made America great and have kept us from being attacked by terrorists for the past six years. Praise Him!