Tuesday, October 25, 2005

When DOES conception begin?

Roger Ailes (not the evil one) points out Armstrong Williams's column about how unfair it is to blame the dam president for damn failure:

Hurricane Katrina pounded the Gulf States, leaving a city destroyed and countless citizens homeless. It was a tragedy of biblical proportions. So how did the national media respond? Many simply blamed our President. The damn broke, and it’s President Bush’s fault.


Yes, our President has rightly engendered criticism. Yes, he went about the war in Iraq in a flawed manner. And yes, his strong stances tend to make him a magnate for criticism.

And yes, my sexual magnate-ism is undeniable!

Longtime readers of Rogue Planet will not be surprised by Mr. Williams's difficulty with the English language:

T told us that he had gone to see Jim DeMint and Inez Tenenbaum debate at Coastal Carolina University during the Senatorial campaign. Armstrong Williams was one of the "journalists" asking questions.

Williams asked Ms. Tenenbaum, "So, Ms. Tenenbaum, when do you think conception begins?"

Ms. Tenenbaum replied, "I'm not sure I understand the question."

"When does conception begin?" Williams said impatiently.

Tenenbaum said, "I think you mean, does life begin at conception."

"Whatever," Williams said.


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