Well, today is a big day for moonbats I guess. Here's a hospital in England that's banned cooing over the newborns. I'd swear this belongs in The Onion, but apparently not.
Managers at Calderdale Royal Hospital in Halifax have asked visitors to the maternity wing not to stare into cots or question mothers about their labour.
Staff in one of the wards have put up a display of a doll in a cot with a message saying: "What makes you think I want to be looked at?"
This is what happens when officious little ex-cheerleaders get too much power. Somebody need to take Debbie Lawson and her management to the wood shed.
Debbie Lawson, a ward sister at the special care baby unit, said: "We know people have good intentions and most cannot resist cooing over new babies but we need to respect the child.
"Cooing should be a thing of the past because these are little people with the same rights as you or me."
"We often get visitors wandering over to peer into cots but people sometimes touch or talk about the baby like they would if they were examining tins in a supermarket and that should not happen.
"Hopefully our message comes across loud and clear. The Government has set a benchmark that every patient has a right to privacy and dignity and we say that includes tiny babies as well.
"I can't imagine why any mother would complain about this. Most would be against strangers poking and prodding and asking questions."
The Phantom Moonbat Smacker