Thursday, July 30, 2009

Brian Rohrbough slams media description of stolen infant as 'fetus'

'Baby' cut from mom's womb

Exclusive: Brian Rohrbough slams media description of stolen infant as 'fetus'

Posted: July 31, 2009
1:00 am Eastern

The headlines from hundreds of news outlets tell an unintended story: The brutal Massachusetts murder of a pregnant mom and the child ripped from her womb has confirmed again what we all know about the mainstream media's abortion guilt.

Pregnant moms don't say, "I can feel the fetus kick." Not even an abortionist's pregnant wife would say, "The clump of cells just moved!" And the media knows it's a baby. Yet if Google News search results for July 28 and July 29 are any valid indication, hundreds of news stories reported the murder of "Darlene Haynes" without using the term "baby" to describe the child cut from her womb.

Consider ABC News as a case study. One ABC headline reads: "Slain pregnant woman lived in same building with accused fetus-stealer." Boy, talk about identify theft. The media avoid the term baby and prefer technical terms that describe states of early human development in their effort to de-humanize the unborn child and prolong the age of de-criminalized abortion. The suspect, Julie Corey, was charged with kidnapping. But in a murder case, ABC referring to the fetus as a kid seems just too close for comfort.

Just two weeks earlier ABC News did use the term baby to refer to an unborn child. Why? Because the context had nothing to do with murder, nor would it invoke the possibility of a dead child. ABC News referred to a fetus as a baby when Dutch researchers played vibroacoustic "sound to the growing baby" in the uterus. This ABC news report merely documents what we've been telling the public for years about the unborn child's ability to learn his mother's voice and even remember the songs she sings.

The July 29 ABC News headline, for example, "Mom-to-be Darlene Haynes killed, cops search for her fetus," is followed by this copy: "Police … are searching for a fetus that was ripped from her mother's womb. ... At 8 months, there is a chance the fetus could still be alive. …" If alive and outside of the mother's womb, it is technically inaccurate to refer to this little girl as a fetus. The murder of Wichita's George Tiller was not just a very late-term abortion.

ABC's "fetus-stealer" notwithstanding, a survey of worldwide headlines show that after the child was found alive, the media became more comfortable using the term "baby." The day before, CNN's headline, for example, read, "Woman killed, fetus cut from body." But after the little girl was found: "Baby cut from murdered mother's womb is alive," ran in the AFP and USA Today wrote of the, "Woman accused of cutting baby from mom's womb."

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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

A new genocide rages! "Womb lynching"

Thursday, July 23, 2009
A new genocide rages

Rev. Stephen Broden

A scourge of epic proportions is ravaging the black community. This pestilence is the No. 1 killer of blacks, exceeding all other causes of death combined, including heart disease, diabetes, cancer, violent crimes and HIV/AIDS. It is called abortion, or "womb lynching" by those of us who know the motives of its financiers, and it claims 50 percent of black offspring each year, about 700,000 children. An estimated 25 percent of blacks are "missing" because they did not survive pregnancy. The most dangerous place for a black child to be is in his or her mother's womb. The black community is being incrementally snuffed out through abortion.

More blacks die in one week through womb lynching (more than 8,400) than were killed in 100 years of post-Civil War lynchings in America (an estimated 3,457). This is a genocide, a holocaust, a "Maafa," that is eliminating our children and our future.

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Thursday, July 23, 2009

Talk about Chutzpah! Daily Kos uses organ sales scheme to promo Obamacare!

Breaking Mass Arrests of New Jersey Public Officials

"Just through MSNBC at least 20 arrested including the mayors of Seacaucus and Hoboken. Preliminary reports also state a human organ transplant ring and money laundering outfit attached to the crime.

Reporting is also out showing several Rabbis being arrested. I will update this diary, or delete it entirely if a better arrives."

"Organ transplants? Could the fact that we have a broken health care system lead to a black market in actual human organs? NAAW!"

"The body parts scheme involved kidney transplants, authorities said. Patients in need would pay middle-men to find willing donors in Israel. Investigators said the suspects would then have the donor and patient lie to hospitals that they were related. Hospitals would then do the operation unaware that cash payments were part of the deal. Officials say Robert Wood Johnson Hospital in New Brunswick and Johns Hopkins in Baltimore were allegedly contacted by the suspects for these procedures."

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Wednesday, July 22, 2009

What we get when we try to regulate child killing!


Judge Sotomayor and Abortion on Demand: A Tutorial

by Matthew J. Franck
July 21, 2009

Millions of Americans believe that states can prohibit abortion in the third trimester, yet current Supreme Court jurisprudence has manufactured a right to unfettered abortion right up to the time of the child’s birth. How did Americans become so confused on this issue and how did the Supreme Court end up where it has?
Does Judge Sonia Sotomayor know the law as well as a future Supreme Court justice ought to know it? If a discussion during her confirmation hearings with Senator Tom Coburn (who is not a lawyer, but rather an experienced obstetrician) is any indication, it would seem not.

Sen. Coburn: You’ve been asked a lot of questions about abortion. And you’ve said that Roe v. Wade is settled law. Where are we today? What is the settled law in America about abortion?

Judge Sotomayor: I can speak to what the court has said in its precedent. In Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the court reaffirmed the core holding of Roe v. Wade, that a woman has a constitutional right to terminate her pregnancy in certain circumstances. In Casey, the court announced that in reviewing state regulations that may apply to that right, that the court considers whether that regulation has an undue burden on the woman’s constitutional right. That’s my understanding of what the state of the law is.

Sen. Coburn: So let me give you a couple of cases. Let’s say I’m 38 weeks pregnant and we discover a small spina bifida sac on the lower sacrum, the lower part of the back, on my baby, and I feel like I just can’t handle a child with that. Would it be legal in this country to terminate that child’s life?

Judge Sotomayor: I can’t answer that question in the abstract, because I would have to look at what the state of the state’s law was on that question and what the state said with respect to that issue. I can say that the question of the number of weeks that a woman is pregnant has been—that approach to looking at a woman’s act has—was changed by Casey. The question is, is the state regulation regulating what a woman does an undue burden? And so I can’t answer your hypothetical, because I can’t look at it as an abstract without knowing what state laws exist on this issue or not. . . .

The judge’s answer to the senator’s question was miles wide of the mark, and indicated either that she does not know the truth about the constitutional law of abortion in our country, or that she is willing—for whatever reason—to mischaracterize the matter before a national audience. Senator Coburn had an opening here that cried out for exploitation, but he passed it by for the moment.

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Friday, July 17, 2009

Operation Save America Rocks "Sin City"!

Jul. 17, 2009
Copyright © Las Vegas Review-Journal

Week of anti-abortion rallies begins

Operation Save America protests outside clinic


Moments after praising a jubilant supporter, the Rev. Flip Benham gave a thumbs-up Thursday to the abortion opponents lining Flamingo Road near Spencer Street.

Then the coin flipped.

A woman stepped through the protesters near the A-Z Women's Clinic, refusing to listen to their religious chants.

"Jesus ain't done (expletive) nothing for me," she shouted, throwing up her hands.

The issue that has polarized many people across the nation seemed to do the same on Flamingo Road on Thursday.

Benham, a North Carolina resident and director of Operation Save America, the group gathered outside the abortion clinic, watched as the woman barreled along the sidewalk through what he called "a gauntlet of Christians."

About 40 to 50 people participating in the so-called National Event gathered near the clinic, hoisting posters, chanting at motorists and pedestrians, and blaring anti-abortion messages at the building.

Benham pointed his well-worn Bible in the direction of the clinic and said "If you think the back-alley abortion is over, it's not."

A-Z Women's Clinic is a certified, private medical office. Dr. William Ramos of the clinic declined comment. A woman who answered the phone at the clinic said plainly about the protesters, "That's what they're looking for."

Representatives from Acme Security waited outside the doors of the clinic, but the abortion opponents kept their distance.

Thursday's protest was one of several events the national group planned through Wednesday in the valley. The group will take its message to the Fremont Street Experience and the six clinics that offer abortions in the valley, Benham said.

Last week, Clinica de Mujeres, an abortion clinic at 3700 E. Charleston Blvd., was shut down after a complaint was filed and health department representatives investigated the facility. The investigators said the clinic was allegedly performing surgeries without a license and cited "a gross breakdown in infection control practices."

Several people have claimed the initial tip against Clinica de Mujeres came from a member of Operation Save America.

Benham wouldn't speak to Clinica de Mujeres' investigation but said he counted its closure as a victory.

On Thursday, all of the participants, ranging in age from toddlers to adults, donned red T-shirts and waved posters of either smiling babies saved from abortion or dead fetuses.

The latter image jarred Las Vegan Rick Scott so much that he got off the bus early to talk to a protester. He and Blair Powley of New York sparred with Bible verses about the issue of abortion.

"We agree to disagree on some points," Scott said. "I don't think this is the right way (to spread the message)."

He disagreed with the group's methods of using shocking imagery but said he was fine with them being outside abortion clinics as long as they didn't harass women seeking the procedure.

Powley said he appreciated Scott's points and said people often are combative about the images.

"They show pictures in schools of the many people killed in the Holocaust and civil wars," he said. "Children look at these posters and say, 'That baby is hurt.' It's more the parents that are offended."

Benham said confrontations go hand-in-hand with Operation Save America's events but he believes their battle is won "on the streets."

There were no arrests.

A minor car accident occurred in front of the protest, but Las Vegas police said the drivers were not distracted by the people. Traffic was not affected, and there were no injuries.

Contact reporter Maggie Lillis at or 702-383-0279.

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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Senators Graham and Sessions expose the radical in PRLDF board member, Sotomayor

Thank you Senators Sessions & Graham for raising the radical positions Ms Sotomayor has been affiliated with, including this insane notion:

"... the Fund criticized the Supreme Court’s decision in two cases that both the State and Federal government should restrict the use of public funds for abortion. . . . Incredibly the Fund joined other groups in comparing these types of funding restrictions to slavery, stating that, ‘Just as Dred Scott v. Sanford refused citizenship to black people, these stripped citizenship under fundamental law.’ In their view, the Equal Protection Clause prohibited restrictions on either Federal or State government provisions of funding abortions. I think this is an indefensible position."

She's unworthy of the postion!

"I'm here to overturn Roe and defeat Sotomayor's nomination to the Supreme Court," she said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel,
"She's unworthy of the position," said McCorvey. "She's Catholic. She's even unworthy of taking communion because of her pro-abortion stance."

"Jane Roe" Kicked Out of Sotomayor Hearing"Roe" from Row v Wade arrested after shouting at Sotomayor, during confirmation hearing


Updated 1:30 PM EDT, Tue, Jul 14, 2009

Norma McCorvey, known as "Jane Roe" in famous abortion rights case Roe v. Wade, has spoken out against the practice since the '90's.

Norma McCorvey, better known as "Jane Roe" from the landmark abortion case Roe v. Wade, was among the anti-abortion protesters thrown out of Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation hearing yesterday.

"You're wrong, Sotomayor! You're wrong!" McCorvey shouted as she was escorted out of the room.

McCorvey, 61, began screaming at Sotomayor during the opening remarks of Sen. Al Franken

and had vowed earlier in the day to halt the nominee's appointment to the Supreme Court.

She was among three arrested for disturbing the hearings.

Her suit led to the 1973 Supreme Court case that legalized abortion but she has since reversed her position and has become an anti-abortion advocate.

The first outburst came during Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Cal. when a man began shouting "Senator! What about the unborn!"

Sotomayor, keeping her composure, looked toward her family in the front row as the man was escorted out. Judiciary Chairman Sen. Patrick Leahy gave a stern warning to those who planned to interrupt the hearings further.

Ahead of her outburst, McCorvey said she was going to thwart Sotomayor's nomination to the highest court.

"I'm here to overturn Roe and defeat Sotomayor's nomination to the Supreme Court," she said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel,

"She's unworthy of the position," said McCorvey. "She's Catholic. She's even unworthy of taking communion because of her pro-abortion stance."

Copyright Associated Press / NBC Washington

Mc Corvey disagrees with SCOTUS nominee: Roe "Settled Law"

'Jane Roe' arrested for disrupting Sotomayor confirmation hearing

05:52 PM CDT on Monday, July 13, 2009

By TODD J. GILLMAN / The Dallas Morning News

WASHINGTON – Norma McCorvey – the Dallas woman known as Jane Roe in the landmark abortion rights case Roe v. Wade – was among the protesters arrested today for disrupting the confirmation hearing for Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor.

The case that bears McCorvey's court-picked pseudonym – and that of longtime Dallas district attorney Henry Wade, her legal adversary in the case – has been a central issue in judicial nomination fights for years. But McCorvey herself long ago decided that she regretted her role in the fight to legalize abortion, and has worked with anti-abortion activists as a potent symbol of the effort to overturn the Roe decision.

McCorvey, 61, is being charged with unlawful conduct/disruption of Congress, said Capitol Police spokeswoman Sgt. Kimberly Schneider.

Norma McCorvey's desire to have the Supreme Court re-examine Roe v Wade, in light of scientific advances since 1972, has yet to be given proper consideration due this matter, fraught with such ponderous life and death implications.

On February 22, 2005, the Supreme Court refused to grant a writ of certiorari, and McCorvey's appeal ended.

Yet, SCOTUS nominee Sonia Sotomayor today stated, "Roe is settled law"

Them's fightin words!

Monday, July 13, 2009

We will have decorum, whilst the slaughter continues!

July 13, 2009, updated 12:42 p.m., July 13, 2009

Graham: Sotomayor confirmation likely unless 'meltdown'

Tom LoBianco (Contact)


Senators charged with vetting Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor drew their lines Monday morning on what impact life experience should have on judicial decisions, even as a top Republican admitted her confirmation is likely to sail through the Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate.

A little less than an hour into the hearing, U.S. Capitol Police removed a protester, a middle-aged man, from the back of the hearing room after he screamed: "What about the rights of the unborn?" About an hour later, police removed a second protester, a younger man with his hair in a ponytail, who shouted "Abortion is murder, abortion is murder, abortion is murder."

Republican senators turned their sights on Judge Sotomayor's statements in public speeches about how a "wise Latina" woman would make better judgments than a "white male," arguing that anyone who allows personal experience to blur neutrality should be rejected for the bench.

Still some of her sharpest critics acknowledged the political reality of Democrats holding a major edge in the Senate.

"Unless you have a complete meltdown, you're going to be confirmed," Sen. Lindsey Graham, South Carolina Republican, told Judge Sotomayor.

"I would like for the sake of the Senate itself not to be a party-line vote," Mr. Leahy said when asked about Mr. Graham's comment. "She's going to be confirmed."

President Barack Obama has highlighted the hard upbringing and legal success of his first nominee to the Supreme Court, Judge Sotomayor, at the center of his pitch to the 100 senators who will decide whether to confirm her as the first Hispanic female to the bench.

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Friday, July 10, 2009

Maryam and Marzieh – In danger of being forgotten in Iran

VOM reminds us:

Thursday, July 09, 2009
Maryam and Marzieh – In danger of being forgotten in Iran

Two Iranian Christian women, Maryam Rustampoor (27) and Marzieh Amirizadeh (30), continue to be held in Evin prison in Iran because of their Christian faith, unfairly labelled as ‘anti-government activists’, because of the hostility of the government towards practising Christians.

In the aftermath of the political turmoil in Iran, they are now in danger of being forgotten. One church leader from Iran said, “With so many hundreds of protestors now in the prison system, Maryam and Marzieh are likely to be forgotten.”

Arrested on March 5 , 2009, the two young women have now been in prison for four months. After being in solitary confinement for three weeks in May and early June, they were then put one small cell together for about two weeks. Then, following the arrests of thousands of protestors after the disputed presidential elections, Marzieh and Maryam were moved to a larger cell to make room for new prisoners. About 600 women were brought Evin prison during the days of the protests. There is still no clarity regarding their case. In one court session in June a judge told them that he would make sure they were both executed as ‘apostates’. Maryam and Marzieh have responded with courage, however, telling the judge to “expedite his sentence.”

“Maryam and Marzieh have demonstrated great courage and trust in God. They believe the promise of Jesus that they will be given the words to speak when they are taken before judges,” says Sam Yeghnazar, founder of Elam Ministries.

Please continue to pray for Maryam and Marzieh as they suffer in prison in Iran. Pray they will continue to experience the strengthening presence of God and that they will be a witness of the love and grace of Christ in Evin prison. We invite you to post a prayer on our Persecuted Church Prayer Wall.

Thursday, July 09, 2009

Illinois Cemetery Scandal

New estimate on cemetery bodies: 200 to 300

July 9, 2009 12:21 PM

Cook County Sheriff's Police Chief DeWayne Holbrook greets a woman at the entrance of Burr Oak Cemetery in Alsip. Relatives of those buried there came today looking for answers. (Photo: David Pierini/Chicago Tribune)

Authorities today sharply increased the estimate of the number of bodies disinterred at Burr Oak Cemetery in southwest suburban Alsip in a scheme to illegally resell grave sites.

Two hundred to 300 bodies were dug up and dumped into an isolated, weedy area of the cemetery, Assistant State's Atty. John Mahoney said at a bond hearing for four cemetery employees charged in the scheme.

"Former cemetery manager Carolyn Towns, 49, foreman Keith Nicks, 45, and dump-truck operator Terrence Nicks, 39, all of Chicago, and back-hoe operator Maurice Dailey, 59, of Robbins, were each charged with one count of dismembering a human body, a Class X felony."

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On the other hand, 4,000 innocent, pre-born infants are routinely dismembered daily in America by the likes of
this man:

"The procedure changes significantly at 21 weeks because the fetal tissues become much more cohesive and difficult to dismember. This problem is accentuated by the fact that the fetal pelvis may be as much as 5cm in width. The calvaria [head] is no longer the principal problem; it can be collapsed. Other structures, such as the pelvis, present more difficulty….A long curved Mayo scissors may be necessary to decapitate and dismember the fetus…" (From the medical textbook Abortion Practice – Dr. Warren Hern, p.154)

and law enforcement turns a blind eye!

Ginsburg: I thought Roe was to rid undesirables

Ginsburg: I thought Roe
was to rid undesirables

Justice discusses 'growth in populations
that we don't want to have too many of'

Posted: July 08, 2009
9:46 pm Eastern


In an astonishing admission, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she was under the impression that legalizing abortion with the 1973 Roe. v. Wade case would eliminate undesirable members of the populace, or as she put it "populations that we don't want to have too many of."

Her remarks, set to be published in the New York Times Magazine this Sunday but viewable online now, came in an in-depth interview with Emily Bazelon titled, "The Place of Women on the Court."

The 16-year veteran of the high court was asked if she were a lawyer again, what would she "want to accomplish as a future feminist legal agenda."

Ginsburg responded:

Reproductive choice has to be straightened out. There will never be a woman of means without choice anymore. That just seems to me so obvious. The states that had changed their abortion laws before Roe [to make abortion legal] are not going to change back. So we have a policy that affects only poor women, and it can never be otherwise, and I don't know why this hasn't been said more often.

Question: Are you talking about the distances women have to travel because in parts of the country, abortion is essentially unavailable, because there are so few doctors and clinics that do the procedure? And also, the lack of Medicaid for abortions for poor women?

Ginsburg: Yes, the ruling about that surprised me. [Harris v. McRae – in 1980 the court upheld the Hyde Amendment, which forbids the use of Medicaid for abortions.] Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don't want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion. Which some people felt would risk coercing women into having abortions when they didn't really want them. But when the court decided McRae, the case came out the other way. And then I realized that my perception of it had been altogether wrong.

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Tuesday, July 07, 2009

Another Evil company to avoid!

Wednesday July 1, 2009
General Electric to Use Embryonic Stem Cells for Testing, Phase Out Lab Rats
By Alex Bush

BOSTON, Mass, July 1, 2009 ( - General Electric has announced that it will use embryonic stem cells provided by Geron Corporation for the purpose of testing toxic effects of drug treatments.

GE issued a statement, attempting to preempt criticism over the decision, saying, "We acknowledge the considerable debate and take very seriously the ethical and societal issues associated with research using stem cells derived from embryonic or fetal tissue."

"We conduct our research in an ethically and scientifically responsible manner," the statement said.

However, embryonic stem cells have been the center of heated controversy since harvesting the cells requires the destruction of embryonic human beings.

But Geron Corporation indicates that in this case it believes that the ends justify the means.

"Up to three quarters of toxicity problems are not detected until preclinical or later stages of drug development and this significantly increases the cost of developing new drugs," Geron Corporation said in a press release, "Earlier detection of toxicity problems could reduce both overall drug development costs and potentially harmful patient exposure in clinical trials."

Konstantin Fielder, General Manager of Cell Technologies at GE Healthcare said that stem cells harvested from human embryos could even replace lab rats as the primary scientific testing method.

"Once you have human cells and you can get them in a standardized way, like you get right now your lab rats in a standardized way, you can actually do those experiments on those cells," he said.

Both GE and Geron have said that the stem cells to be used are listed on a National Institutes of Health registry, making them eligible for use in the United States.

Contact Information for General Electric:

Or by phone: (203) 373-2211

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Monday, July 06, 2009

'Personhood' pushers at it again in Colorado

'Personhood' pushers at it again in Colorado

Charlie Butts - OneNewsNow - 7/5/2009 4:10:00 AM

Two Colorado organizations have launched another petition drive to put a personhood amendment on the 2010 ballot.

Colorado Right to Life and Personhood Colorado are joining forces to gather the signatures for the 2010 Colorado Personhood Initiative. Right to Life spokeswoman Leslie Hanks says they are energized for the campaign.

"People are really beginning to see that the God-given right to life of the preborn child is something exciting to fight for," she explains, "and we've really stood idly by for too long, allowing horrible human rights abuses to go unchallenged in so many ways in this country."

In 2008, Colorado's Personhood Amendment garnered less than 30 percent of the vote. Hanks was asked why a major campaign is being launched again so soon after the defeat.

"With women's suffrage, they took about a 12-year hiatus," she notes, "and when they came back, they were further behind than when they first started -- so we don't want to let that happen. And we know that the civil rights movement didn't sit down and say we're not going to fight any longer because of one election shortfall."

If the petition drive is successful, the measure will be on the 2010 ballot. Pro-lifers in Montana have started a similar campaign.

Friday, July 03, 2009

Colorado pre-born babies have fewer rights than dogs and cats

Gualberto Garcia Jones held his 2 week old son Leonardo and told reporters, July 2, 2009, at a press conference announcing Personhood 2010, that his newborn had fewer rights than dogs and cats - a mere 15 days ago.

Jones was referring to a tragic 2008 Grand Junction, Colorado drunk driving case in which a judge declared that "A Fetus is not a person"! Penalties for killing a pet are stronger than killing a full term baby in the womb.

Oh, and did I mention that the Denver Post got it wrong?

When the co-sponsor (yours truly) challenged the media to not allow late term abortionist, Warren Hern, frame the issue -
as was the case last year - Post reporter,Tim Hoover seemed to intentionally mis-quote Personhood USA founder, Keith Mason.

"When we use 'fertilized egg,' it's a pejorative," said Keith Mason, director of Personhood USA, an Arvada- based organization supporting the measure and similar proposals across the country.'

Herns' fraudulent attack ads on the campaign for Personhood, showing a chicken egg and stating "This . . . is a person?
No! It's a Chicken!!!" made a mockery of the science of embryology.

Sadly, Denver media was all to willing to allow late-term abortionist Hern, to frame the issue for the entire campaign.

A group making a mockery of the legal profession appears to be carrying the water for those who scorn God-given rights this go round.

The mangling of Guabe's answer to the question of what "the beginning of the biological development of that human being" means is better left for the next post.

PersonhoodUSA has produced this video clip of our announcement which shows the truth of our message.