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Henry Hyde

[ 57 ] November 29, 2007 |

Well, he certainly didn’t get to enjoy that Medal of Freedom for long.

I suppose Hyde will be remembered best for enabling the federal government to arbitrarily punish poor women for choices of which it did not approve, thus protecting the lives of fetuses who — once born — his party preferred to cast into the wind.

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  1. Random Dude says:

    Yeah, I’d say being the Grand Inquisitor during impeachment (or, if you like, being the Grand Inquisitor even though he didn’t really want to be and was forced to by a psychotic, undemocratic Republican Party, although what’s the difference really) outweighs everything else.

  2. I remember Hyde best for a Firing Line debate in which he addressed a woman who was arguing in favour of representation for women with something like “why Congress is so full of women now it’s like a shopping mall.”

  3. I remember Hyde best for a Firing Line debate in which he addressed a woman who was arguing in favour of representation for women with something like “why Congress is so full of women now it’s like a shopping mall.”

  4. I remember Hyde best for a Firing Line debate in which he addressed a woman who was arguing in favour of representation for women with something like “why Congress is so full of women now it’s like a shopping mall.”

  5. ajay says:

    Well, now he’s finally doing something to fight global warming
    Probably not. As he decomposes, he’s releasing methane, which is a far more potent GHG than carbon dioxide. Let’s hope he was cremated.

  6. ajay says:

    Well, now he’s finally doing something to fight global warming
    Probably not. As he decomposes, he’s releasing methane, which is a far more potent GHG than carbon dioxide. Let’s hope he was cremated.

  7. ajay says:

    Well, now he’s finally doing something to fight global warming
    Probably not. As he decomposes, he’s releasing methane, which is a far more potent GHG than carbon dioxide. Let’s hope he was cremated.

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