|Fear choice. Not as a liberty, as a demon|
A miniscule, divisive, whining, total ass, named Fischbach, is making predictible divisive whining asinine noise aimed at, what else, but whining unctuous asinine divisiveness.
Here, Strib reports [image added, not in original]:
Zellers? Quitting the cause?
"... trading babies' lives ..."
[,,,P]olicy differences threatened to derail some negotiation Friday. Sen. Mike Parry, R-Waseca, who chairs the state government committee, stormed out of a meeting with Minnesota Management and Budget Commissioner James Schowalter on his bill after Schowalter told him the "policy and reforms" were off the table. Among the changes were consolidation of some state agencies and activities.
"I just took my tablet, put it in my folder," Parry said. "And Commissioner Schowalter looked at me and said, 'Senator, please don't leave.' And I said, 'Commissioner, I'm not here to waste my time.'"
Dayton, referring to Parry, said later that some committees would require "adult supervision" to meet their deadlines.
Social conservatives had worked for months with Republicans on those initiatives, and on Friday some were feeling the loss.
"We're devastated," said Scott Fischbach, executive director of Minnesotans Citizens Concerned for Life. "This is a really, really bad deal." The group had backed a half-dozen measures that dealt with human cloning, taxpayer funding of abortion and abortions performed after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
"We were able to pass all of these pro-life measures and we ended up with none of them," Fischbach said. "They were all negotiated away." Republican leaders, he said, "traded babies' lives for this deal."
Senate Majority Leader Amy Koch, R-Buffalo, said on Twin Cities Public Television that retaining some reforms may be key to rounding up enough Republican votes to pass a final budget. Democrats have already served notice that they find the agreement -- which relies on more borrowing from schools and against future tobacco revenues -- unsatisfactory and many may vote against it.
|This is Mr. Scotty F. of the MCCL legions. A choice hater.|
He dislikes families having the liberty of personal choice.
Do they make a Lecter-mask model with a muzzle?
He would sound sharper, more decent, if wearing one.