The Monkey and the Fetus Jar: A Fable

12 Nov

Well, I dreamt that come 2008, I would never need to hear from him again.  The monkey would retire to his Texas ranch to hang his head in shame, but unfortunately this is not the case.  George II, alternately known as the monkey, has reached a new level of likeness to his namesake.  Throwing shit to get someone, anyone, to pay attention to his new book, Decision Points. The most bizarre piece flung thus far is a story of how his mother, former first lady Barbara Bush, by carrying her own miscarried fetus in a jar, turned him into an anti-choice advocate for life  (pun intended).

Now, how does this relate to a book defending declaration of war in a historically impossible to conquer region and the wrong country…?

More puzzling, how did Ms. Bush get ahold of said fetus?  Was it suspended in formaldehyde?   Dangling at the bottom?  How disturbing are we talking?  Is that not a biohazard?

Also peculiar, why would a vocal pro-choice person like Barbara scar her children like this?  Really, why would anyone?  It’s complicated enough explaining where babies come from in the first place.

The evidence is extremely bare, and as a woman of science, I refuse to make unfounded assumptions.  But I leave you with my research questions and a hypothesis: The monkey is flinging shit again.

3 Responses to “The Monkey and the Fetus Jar: A Fable”

  1. Sarah Bliss November 12, 2010 at 4:19 pm #

    George Bush displays all of the characteristics of a fetal alcohol syndrome baby, not just limited to physical defects. His behavior skills are damaged as well. I’m not saying this is his fault, I am just pointing out what I said earlier this week- that Barbara bush was/is a wino. So I am not surprised she put her miscarriage in a jar. That is the sort of thing winos do. I hope she has gotten help with that by now.

  2. Alicia November 15, 2010 at 10:00 am #

    Thank you for asking I question I’ve been wondering to myself every time I read about this little revelation. How does one obtain one’s miscarried fetus? I like to think that most doctors, if asked, would suggest a nice plaque or urn, instead of dropping said fetus into a jar, screwing on the lid and handing it over.

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