blog Time Hath Found Us: The Attack of the Fetus People

April 10, 2005

The Attack of the Fetus People

Before anything else, I would like to commend Judge Donald Boyd for being fair and reasonable in the matter of Mae Magouirk. It is reassuring to see that level headedness still has a place in the court rooms of America with regard to the epivalothanasia (imposed death) of innocents.

Who, you may ask, are the Fetus People? According to the author of Mahablog, Fetus People live in Fetus People Land (which, I suppose, is congruent with JesusLand) and adhere to the laughable belief that life is precious. Furthermore, they actually have the ignorant opinion that unborn children, the elderly and the disabled (even those with disabilities which haven't been the focus of Hollywood movies) do not have the "right" to be relieved of their lives because of "incompatible with life" conditions. Experts say that most of the Fetus People are Christians or devout Jews or devout Muslims or people of moral character -- wink, wink. How crass, how ignorant, how straight-out-of-the-Ozarks-and-just-fell-off-the-turnip-truck can those Fetus People be?

Do you think that you might be one of the Fetus People? Who could it be that opposes the Fetus People?

Here is a quotation posted on an anti-Fetus People blog. I believe that this particular quote works in the other direction.

"A little learning is a dangerous thing; drink deep, or taste not the Pierian spring: there shallow draughts intoxicate the brain, and drinking largely sobers us again."
Alexander Pope (1688-1744) - An Essay on Criticism

Apparently, the anti-Fetus People have drunk but a sip of the Pierian Spring, and not at all of the Spring of the Author of Life. In their own minds they are intellectual giants not unlike Ozymandias.

Read how ignorant, uneducated and unsophisticated Fetus People really are here.