Freepers delight in Elizabeth Edwards’ breast cancer

God bless them and their Christian values. These were culled from Free Republic by Oliver Willis.

Could explain her dimentia in talking about the Cheney’s daughter. Prayers..

Elizabutt has breast cancer

If I were a doctor, I’d be frightened to treat the wife of a guy who sues doctors for a living.

a pity for sure, but good luck finding a doctor to treat the wife of the most vicious medical malpractice attorney in the nation…what goes around comes around I guess.

she could always go to canada or cuber to get the very best treatment possible.

I want her well, but NOT treated here.

any doctor here who treats her should have his head examined.

It’s also a shame because, if it wasn’t for her bottom-feeding trial lawyer husband, doctors, hospitals and pharmaceutical companies probably would have found a cure for breast cancer by now…

would you bet YOUR house, your kids college on Edwards wife?

Send her to cuber. Libs say their system is better than ours.

….revenge is mine sayeth the LORD!!!!!!!!!

God is not mocked, you reap what you sow. I’m sorry folks but we all have to learn that you cannot go around spewing hatred and leave the door wide open to satan.

sometimes boobs have problems….

“God dont like ugly” (behavior)

I’ll restrain myself from replying with obscenities. but it isn’t easy.

The Discussion: 6 Comments

God is not mocked, you reap what you sow.

Yet he’s in the business of victimizing people by association.

This is why I hate fundies.

November 6, 2004 @ 8:49 am | Comment

No true Christian could write something like that. If it was a fundie who wrote it, he or she is perverting their religion.

November 6, 2004 @ 9:13 am | Comment


At least when I make fun of conservatives suffering from ghastly ‘diseases’ — like Rush’s OxyContin addiction, or Bill Bennett’s gambling problem — I don’t have to worry about any sort of conflict with my Christian faith. Because I’m not a Christian.

November 6, 2004 @ 9:21 am | Comment

But even in those cases, we (or at least I) don’t wish them physical pain or suffering. I point out the irony of self-annointed moral leaders caught with their pants down, indulging in the very sins they rail against. But that’s a far cry from wishing that they suffer or die. These guys cross a very thick line of moral decency and give their cause a very bad name.

November 6, 2004 @ 9:31 am | Comment

Richard. What is your policy on acceptable comments? I have just had one rejected even though I tried to fix it up a bit. Are words like sex and religion verboten? I hate to waste my comment offered on an intellectual level about the religious vote for the bush.

November 6, 2004 @ 8:20 pm | Comment

Pete, I have a comment blocker to stop spam. It will tell you exactly what is unacceptable, then you just have to change it. Email me if you have problems.

November 6, 2004 @ 10:01 pm | Comment

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