Comment Of The Day: What America's Founding Fathers Were Really Fighting For

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Between Georgia's Personhood amendment and the demon spawn in Twilight, it's been a rough week to be an American. yepthatcolleen lays it out:

I refuse to believe that in our great country the life of a vampire-person hybrid (which in my head strongly resembles the demon baby-pig thing from "American Horror Story") is worth less than the life of a teenage girl with serious self esteem issues. The Founding Fathers fought and died for an America where a teenaged wolf can fall in loved with a vampire baby. A Personhood amendment would prevent us from even considering saving Bella's life if would cost of the life of a good, white, rich vampire baby, which is how God intended it. Read your Bible, it's in there after how Jesus lived with the dinosaurs and threw a gay wedding out of the Temple because it was just too fabulous.


Abe Lincoln was totally Team Jacob.

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Kat Callahan

Vampirific comment! Welcome to the #COTD club and enjoy your baby vampire cake: