Saturday, March 17, 2007

Texas house maintains long standing american tradition of punishing women for sex.

AUSTIN, Texas - The Texas House overwhelmingly approved a bill Tuesday rescinding Gov. Rick Perry's order mandating that Texas girls be given a vaccine against a virus that can cause cervical cancer.

A bill by Rep. Dennis Bonnen, R-Angleton, was tentatively passed 119-21, well over the two-thirds needed to overturn a veto by the governor. The bill will be up for final approval in the House Wednesday and then has to be approved by the Senate.

The rebuke was driven largely by Perry's Republican colleagues, who have almost uniformly criticized the order for the last six weeks, charging that it usurps parental authority.

"This is only a protection if they become sexually active. It's not protection that they need sitting in a classroom."
-Rep. Dennis Bonnen, R-Angleton

"I'm certain if this were a vaccine for any other kind of cancer, there would be no issue on this... Pap smears are not enough."
-Rep. Jessica Farrar, D-Houston

This is an example of the sick, fucking poisoned culture we live in. The far right love to talk their fucking jaws off about this supposed culture war every time a cross is removed from someone's lawn or a flag is burned, but here we are. After whipping up outrage over video games, mtv, condoms, sex education, homosexuals, the vagina monologues and everything else under the sun that involves sex rather than violence, here we see Dennis Bonnen explaining to us simpletons that our daughters don't need vaccinations to sit behind a desk. Because as we all know, kids go to school and come home and don't have human contact until they are 30 or so and we as parents are ready for them to have sex. Hell, using that logic we should go ahead and eliminate all other vaccines that don't involve pencil or desk related diseases.

Study after study has shown, that even back in the forties and thirties, around 90+ percent of the population have participated in pre-marital sex. In short, people fuck, get used to it. To act like cervical cancer is just punishment for any sexual indiscretion, let alone one that over 9 out of 10 people commit is callous, unrealistic and selfish.

Don't even fucking try and hit me with any bullshit false science, because I've researched it. The strains of HPV that are targeted with the vaccine are the primary cause of cervical cancer in the western world. Thousands of women are going to die because we didn't want our kids fucking around. You can't even make a fiscal argument soundly because the cost of the burden of thousands of unnecessary cancer cases on the medical system outweighs the relatively small cost of vaccination.

Anyone who didn't support this is crazy or an asshole. I'd wish some horrible disease on you, but it wouldn't be right to think that someone deserves that no matter what they did wrong, right?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is my advice to my daughter:

Wait a couple years before getting immunized, allowing a minimal amount of time for conflicting scientific studies of its safety and efficacy to be evaluated in the broader scientific community.

Some serious adverse health effects occurred in the clinical trials, and we can not trust either Merck’s or the FDA’s evaluation of the clinical trials data, as they both have a record of suppressing negative data and providing misleading statistics.

Meanwhile, the best way to prevent genital warts and the longer term possibility of cervical cancer if one has sex outside of a permanent strictly monogamous relationship is safe sex; and there is only one kind of safe sex: using a condom (properly). It is the only kind of safe sex with regard to HIV. It is not quite as effective with regard to HPV, but certainly as effective as the experimental vaccine.

Neither gives 100% protection. The far more serious threat is HIV. So do not think you have to take the risk of getting immunized now. Just be sure that you protect yourself from HIV first, and you ought to be safe from HPV.

12:57 PM, March 17, 2007  
Blogger Timmah420 said...

Do you have a source concerning these adverse health effects?

6:09 PM, March 17, 2007  
Blogger AnnieAngel said...

Condoms will NOT protect you from HPV. Not at ALL.

I'm with Timmah on this, it's stupid and irresponsible to make a health issue a political issue.

In France they vaccinate the boys too. And as far as I know the vaccine is 100% effective, and I haven't heard of any side effects.

They describe the vaccine as an "eradicator."

11:24 AM, March 18, 2007  
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