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18 July 2006

See what happens when they can't grow tobaccy

Sometimes my inbox at work produces a gem of an email. Today was one of those lucky days. From the keen minds over that the Traditional Values Coalition:

Is ‘Fetal Farming’ In Our Future?

Sweet Jesus, I didn't know fetuses, or feti, or however you pluralize the unborn came from the ground! (So much for the stork). Oh, it gets better from there:

If pro-abortion forces win the stem cell debate, it is inevitable that fetal farms will be established to harvest stem cells from unborn human beings. This nightmare scenario is reminiscent of the 1970s Michael Crichton novel, “Coma,” where adult humans were kept in comatose states in a hospital so that their organs could be auctioned off to the highest bidder on a world stock market.

Liberals already vehemently defend partial-birth abortion, a process involving pulling a child from the womb, puncturing of his skull and sucking out the brain so the abortion can be completed. They typically support euthanasia as well to rid our nation of the elderly.
Is there any line a liberal will not cross to exterminate human lives? Apparently not.

And finally:
Rev. Sheldon (the author) is the founder of the Traditional Values Coalition in Washington, DC. His new book, The Agenda -- The Homosexual Plan to Change America, was recently released by FrontLine Publishers, a Strang Communications company.

Godspeed, Brother Sheldon, and good luck.

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