Friday, December 31, 2010
governors granting early releases have sometimes imposed unusual conditions. But as far as anyone can tell, Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour may be the first to require an inmate to give up a kidney to her sister.
The unusual agreement has alarmed some experts, who have raised legal and ethical questions. Among them: If it turns out the sisters aren't a good tissue match, does that mean the healthy one goes back to jail?
"All of the 'What if' questions are, at this point, purely hypothetical," Barbour said in a statement from his office late Thursday. "We'll deal with those situations if they actually .
It has been reported that Barbour want to run for president on the republican ticket in 2012 now I know the grand ole party is known as the party of ugly old white men but I believe this is out of the question main reason being he is fat and ugly. People who are fat and ugly don't go far in presidential election.
Barbour said last week he didn't remember segregation as being that bad. no kidding if you were a rich white boy living in Mississippi probably not.