Saturday, March 18, 2006

Abortion law may affect South Dakota tourism

Do many people go to South Dakota to have abortions?

The superintendent of Mount Rushmore was surprised at first when people from all over the country started calling up to express their opinion about South Dakota's ban on nearly all abortions.

What does one have to do with the other? One is about the freedom to choose whether you are prepared to bring life into this world and support it for at least eighteen years, change your way of life to accomadate a newborn, analyze your financal status in order to find a way to make it through life without creating an inescapable hole of debt and to prepare yourself mentally to be a parent or not and the other is four faces carved in rocks.

Some callers said they were so upset that they would never visit Mount Rushmore, South Dakota's No. 1 tourist attraction.

Yeah, fuck your mountain.

Others said they were so thrilled that they would make a point of coming to see the chiseled faces of four U.S. presidents in the Black Hills.

I'm so glad I can't get an abortion in your state, we're visiting tomorrow just to laugh at the pregnant women...and see Mt. Rushmore.

On further reflection, Superintendent Gerard Baker decided that the messages from far and wide made sense, because Mount Rushmore is a symbol of freedom.

Then it's in the wrong state.


Blogger f.b.i.t.c. said...

This is so fucked up I just can't comment any more than this.

March 20, 2006 12:38 AM  

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