Cancer — a cure for promiscuity!

I just can’t fucking believe this. The governor of Texas mandated that all girls entering the 6th grade be vaccinated against HPV, which can lead to cervical cancer.

Now we all know how Christians are known for their love of humanity and their desire to limit the suffering of God’s creatures, right? Their reaction to this?

The governor’s action seems to signify that God’s moral law regarding sex outside of marriage can be transgressed without consequence.


This retard, who goes by the name of Rick Scarborough, is with the Christian lobbying group Vision America.

The problems with this are almost too many to dissect. In fact, I’m overwhelmed with hatred for these fucking dirtballs to the point that I don’t want to pick their insanity apart.

If your God thinks it is better for people to die of cancer than to get vaccinated, he is as much of a dumbshit as you are. I just can’t fathom that anyone would see a successful vaccine against a cancer-causing virus as a bad thing. Since when is death better than having sex?

These people are fucked up and they must be stopped.

Cancer — a cure for promiscuity!

2 thoughts on “Cancer — a cure for promiscuity!

  1. robin says:

    I heard there is a pretty direct connection between Merck, the company pushing the vaccine, and the governor. Frankly the pharmceutical companies in this country are equally as scarey as all the religious zealots out there. I wouldn’t have my girls vaccinated because a governor mandated it. There are so many cases of bad medicine, I’d like to see a bit more time tested information for the vaccine and more information on the connection between Merck and the governor.

    I also hate the way the drug companies are pushing their wares to the public with lovely ads on t.v. It all seems wrong. It’s hard to know what to believe and to know what the motivation is, healing people or making more money.


  2. micadelic says:

    I agree with you about the Rick Scarborough thing, what a putz.

    But, I’m not so sure it’s a good thing for a Governor, by decree, to unilaterally mandate any sort of vaccine or medical treatment. Sure, maybe through some sort of legislative process a law can be enacted that public school students, for example, must be vaccinated against certain diseases, but the way this Governor (who’s a Republican, BTW)went about it seems wrong to me.


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