The Chicago Tribune announced this morning that Governor Pat Quinn, over the protest of adoptee rights activists (aka “ungrateful bastards”) throughout the US, will sign Sneaky Sara Feigenholtz’s Adoption Industry Cash Cow and Corporate Welfare Act of 2010, HB 5428, (NOTE: The Trib has since published an longer version of this story, which I will hold back on an include in later commentary.
We are expected to jubalize because
Under the legislation, adopted people born in 1945 or earlier could get their birth certificates right away.
Adopted people born after 1945 would have to wait until November of next year — after their birth parents have had a chance to file an objection if they want.
Note the absence of the actual Draconian restrictions on post-1946 bastards and their obc access that the bill codifies.
Feigenholtz has never mentioned, much less taken responsibility for the ugly post that came from her published email account last month to adoptee Lori Jeske that included:
Would you consider giving Representative Feigenholtz the key to your (delusional) Eutopian world where all ungrateful bastards think it’s easy to pass a bill that makes everyone happy AND CAN ACTUALLY PASS ? Pass a law? what a concept !!
We “Eutopian” ungrateful bastards though, are in good company. Here’s a local Fox News video from 2008 about Feigenholtz’s alleged dirty tricks on fellow Dems and friends during her unsuccessful bid for Rahm Emanual’s US House seat.
Mike Quigley has it right:
If you didn’t do it you can deny it. If you did it you can either accept responsibility or do what’s more disappointing and fail to acknowledge it exists.
BTW, Quigley won.
Also check out Granny Annie’s latest blog: The Sounds of Silence.