Tuesday, August 30, 2005

the ghost of Helms

tbogg on Helms:

One would have thought that he would have been sucked into hell in Strom Thurmond's wake by now:

Jesse Helms, writing with the same passion that made him the archconservative of the U.S. Senate for 30 years, renews his criticism of abortion in a memoir being published this week, comparing it to both the Holocaust and the Sept. 11 attacks.

"I will never be silent about the death of those who cannot speak for themselves," the former senator wrote in "Here's Where I Stand," which is scheduled for release Tuesday.

Unfortunately nobody will ever know what Jesse wrote since he wouldn't let the publisher use black ink on the precious and godly whiteness of the pages...

Go here for some of Jesse's Greatest Hits.

(Trent Lott should read some of those quotes if he's still curious as to why he was removed from power)


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