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Sunday, April 29, 2007

Back on the Soapbox...

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I have to take a moment to talk about something very near and dear to my heart. I want to talk about something that the doctors who practice it call

"intact dilation and evacuation".

I want to applaud the following people:

Justice Anthony Kennedy:

For having the balls to stand up for what he believes and calling it like he sees it.

and to:

Chief Justice John Roberts

Justice Antonin Scalia

Justice Clarence Thomas

and Justice Samuel Alito

for backing him up and voting for the only morally correct choice.

For those of you who are confused, let me explain in plain pull no punches words what the above mentioned procedure really is.

By the second trimester of pregnancy a baby's nervous system is already intact and working. That means they can feel pain. If a woman decides she doesn't want to have the baby once she is in her second or third trimester (and in some states it is legal right up to your due date) she could (until recently) go to a doctor who would deliver the baby feet first. Every part of this innocent little infant is delivered except for the baby's head.

Take a moment to feel the back of your neck where it hits your skull. You feel the soft spot there? That is the spot that a doctor stabs a suction device into to rip the baby's brain to shreds before he crushes the child's head. Yes, that is graphic. The truth generally is. Those of us who believe in the sanctity of an innocent unborn child's life call the above procedure like we see it.


It is not some clean sterile medical procedure. It is, plain and simple, someone stabbing a baby in the back of the head until that baby is dead. We have very specific laws about how to gently put criminals and rabid animals to death, but no protection or humanity is given to unborn children... even when they feel the pain as intensely as a newborn. How screwed up is that?


There are much more sensible solutions for women of all ages. Killing a baby is never the right answer. I know I will probably get flames for this post. I don't care. I may start a regular thing of giving details of how people choose to torture and murder their unborn. It outrages me. It should you too.


Thursday, April 26, 2007

Praises to Sing!

In February my Dad got the results of his first MRI. It showed a dozen or more large cancerous spots throughout his liver. The doctor told him that he had 4 to 18 months to live... tops. They told us that he would not get better with chemo. The goal of chemo was simply to keep him alive as long as we could.

He had another MRI done this month to see how fast the cancer was progressing and spreading.

The doctor is still scratching his head.


My Dad's most recent MRI shows only three or four spots on his liver... and those are SHRINKING.

The battle is far from over. My Dad still has quite a fight ahead of him. But, as of Monday, he is WINNING!

Thank you all for your continued prayers and support.

God Bless You All!!!

Bits and Pieces, Inc.

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Box Boy!!!!


Mams is still kicking...

My grandmother died again...
(don't freak... it was her second time and they got her back again)

This time she was at my cousin's house and NOT in Odessa...

Thank God for that one!

Apparently when you die anywhere except Odessa they actually (get this)


She is the most attractive zombie I have ever seen...

Rushed by ambulance to a hospital in the Fort Worth area on Friday night and had a pacemaker put in by Monday morning.

Its amazing what happens when you get away from this town and experience decent medical care!

My grandmother is still kicking, and judging by our conversation this morning, the woman is definitely feeling her "Wheaties" again.

Man, she gets ornery when she is healthy!

I've missed it... well, sort of...

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