What's worse than cloning humans? Why, cloning Dick Cheney!!!
Partial quote from From today's Op Ed piece in the NY Times; you figure out what parts are plagiarized.
February 16, 2006
All Clones Are Not the Same
By MICHAEL GAZZANIGA
IT has been weeks since President Bush's State of the Union speech, and I have not heard any outcry over his policy statement on cloning, especially since Dick Cheney turned the sight of his rifle on Mr. Whittington and created a festering political boil in the White House: "Tonight I ask you to pass legislation to prohibit the most egregious abuses of medical research: human cloning in all its forms."
I can only guess that this means the public doesn't care, or doesn't understand what Mr. Bush means by this, or agrees with his nonsensical concept of what "human" means, or that somehow the Cheney gun scandal has led to widespread agreement that we should just give up on such research. Any of these possibilities would be a mistake, not just for American science, but for the very human life the president seeks to protect, that is, the life of the clone Dick Cheney.
Calling human cloning in all its forms an "egregious abuse" actually came from Bush's dawning realization that Dick Cheney is himself a clone. For proof that Cheney is a clone, see evidence below, sadly, he is not really human:
1. He has a sign on his office wall that says: Shoot first. Spin later.
2. He failed to report the accident for 24 hours, and then tried unsuccessfully to join in the banter as if to portray the incident as little more than a minor playground accident. Hey, we know that no clone can banter successfully. To banter, one needs a sense of humor. Kicking a man while he is shot in the heart and liver just isn't funny.
3. After he shot the guy, he reportedly screamed, 'Anyone else want to call domestic wire tapping illegal?' Now that's classic clonelike behavior as reported in most medical journal studies on clones.
4. Quailgate: The first shooting involving a vice president since the time of Aaron Burr involved Cheney the clone. 'Nuff said.
5. What Katherine Armstrong confided to a friend, but didn't report to the press or law enforcement, was that he was heard muttering, right before the shooting, “Be vewy vewy quiet, we’re hunting I-wackies.”
6. Pundits have speculated for some years now, behind closed doors that Cheney was a post WWII experiment by the Japanese, who were looking for a way to get payback for that darn "Hiroshima incident" as the 1940s Republican spinmeisters called it back then.
7. He was only able to act sad on TV and take responsibility for shooting Mr. Whittington after spending four days in front of the mirror practicing looking abject.