Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Gregoire No Show at NARAL Fundraiser

Speculation abounds as to why Gov. Christine Gregoire was not in attendance at this morning's Power of Choice breakfast at the Seattle Sheraton to raise money for pro-abortion candidates.

She was the keynote speaker afterall.

About 35 pro-lifers were out in force to remind the folks who were in attendance what "choice" is all about. There were seveal "thank yous" and thumbs-up from drivers and passers-by. Employees of the Seattle Police Department and the Sheraton were supportive of the pro-lifers.

Many of the pro-abortion politicians in attendance exited from back doors so as to avoid the graphic signs and public shaming.

More later...

Update May 31: Senator Maria Cantwell stood in for Gregoire at the event, which raised over $52,000 for pro-abortion candidates. Will your representative receive some of this money?

The pro-lifers were lined in the front of the Sheraton and two blocks on either side. The grande dame of Seattle's pro-abortion political and media elite, Karen Cooper of NARAL, exited through a front side entrance and came face to face with the graphic signs. (The woman in black appeared to be with the event.)

Fr. Ed Bloom of Holy Family parish was interviewed by a reporter.

The most common comment made by pro-abortionists to the pro-lifers was, "You should be ashamed of yourself." I guess being pro-life is just too unfashionable for these folks. Two other pro-abortion women who were waiting for the street sign to change made the comment, "Some people are just really sick," hoping I would over hear them. I did.

Many pro-lifers got up at crack of dawn to attend this event and show their support for unborn babies and their moms. Silent No More Awareness was represented by Nancy Johnson and others who could only be there in prayer. (You know who you are!)

I'll try to get some pictures up in a little while.

Youth and Ambition: The Saga of Adam Smith

"Choice" as a euphemism for abortion is so passé that even the abortion lobby admits they need to come up with new words to describe the killing of infants and those who defend the practice. They constantly try on new shades of lipstick, like moderate, personal responsibility, independent, moderate on social issues, defies labels, mainstream, and the like.

So what to make of the Seattle Times calling Adam Smith (WA-D) a "Raging Moderate"?
From reading this article you'd think he was a "mainstream" Republican.

He's also a vice chairman of the New Democrat Coalition, a group of 44 moderate House members who champion economic growth and fiscal responsibility.
Egads! He's a fiscal conserative. Maybe the Mainstreamers can recruit him to switch parties. The rest of you republicans remember what Ronald Reagan said, "My 80-percent friend is not my 20-percent enemy". Whoops. I guess he didn't say that after all.

They don't mention his position on abortion, which is anything but moderate. He's never met an abortion he didn't like and has a 100% pro-abortion voting record. He supports partial birth abortion, doesn't believe in parental notification or informed consent. Yet, his web site doesn't even mention this unbridled support for abortion and he had the nerve to tell voters in his district he "doesn't like abortion."

Maybe his constituents don't have the same enthusiasm for abortion as he does.

He's writing a book called "Youth and Ambition."
It's about a young man who wants desperately to make a difference, to make his mark on the world, and is desperately afraid he won't be able to," said Smith, explaining the book and himself in one sharp bite.
I guess when you're young and ambitious you aren't going to let non-voters get in your way.

How sad that this man who was conceived when innocent human life was still protected under law, and given to his uncle and aunt for love and care after his birth can't see that he is in the midst of the greatest human rights struggle the world has ever know; a struggle that is begging for people -- of any age or station in life -- to make their mark and make a lasting contribution to the common humanity of us all. Most likely history will pass Adam Smith by. His only legacy will be page in a book of historical wannabes who tried to made their mark by taking blood money to further their own pragmatic and empty agendas.

(Photo: Adam Smith leaving NARAL abortion lobby fundraiser at Seattle Sheraton May, 30, 2007 to fund more politicians to fund more abortion.)

Saturday, May 26, 2007

Scientists and Elites Meet to Further Creation of Animal-Human Hybrids

Among other things...

1. Legality and funding of research using cell lines from excess IVF embryos
2. Legality and funding of research doing new derivations from IVF
3. Legality and funding of research using cell lines from made-for-research embyos created either by IVF or SCNT
4. Legality and funding of new derivations by making IVF or SCNT embryos
5. Legality and funding of creation of hybids
6. Leglity and fundig of creation of chimeras
7. Specific provisions for informed consent from (a) embryos donors and (b) gamete (especially oocyte) donors
8. Donor control of downstream research
10. Conflict of interest provisions regarding doctors and investigators involved in embryo or gamete donation
11. Compensation for injury of gamete donors
The two-day meeting of representatives from 10 state stem cell programs is intended to create the Interstate Alliance for Stem Cell Research. The meeting was an outgrowth of a similar session in Connecticut in March. Among the goals of the California meeting were creating opportunities for collaboration among different states' stem cell programs and harmonizing regulations from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

Which reminds me of an article I read not too long ago...

THE Soviet dictator Josef Stalin ordered the creation of Planet of the Apes-style warriors by crossing humans with apes, according to recently uncovered secret documents.

Moscow archives show that in the mid-1920s Russia's top animal breeding scientist, Ilya Ivanov, was ordered to turn his skills from horse and animal work to the quest for a super-warrior.
I can't find that this article or the information contained in it appeared anywhere in the U.S. mainstream press.

It's not Stalin or Hitler or men in military uniforms who are forcing this reality on us now. Instead it is smiling men and women in white lab coats, maybe a tie and jacket here and there, from the best schools (even your school) and best places with only the best intentions who are promising us eternal happiness if we just let them play God.

Monday, May 14, 2007

WA GOP to Voters: You gotta pay if you wanna play

Or in the words of Luke Esser, Washington State's GOP chairman,
I think it's incumbent upon Republicans and those who are not in favor of the gay marriage agenda to be ready to raise the money they need to win elections in the future.

Don't expect the GOP to do the right thing and put up candidates who are pro-life and pro-family unless you've got the funds to back them.

Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Where's Reichert?

The National Right to Life Committee put some effort and dollars into Washington state to help re-elect Dave Reichert last year against a challenge from the rabid pro-abortion Darcy Bruner.

So where is Reichert now that we need him?

He's already voted in favor of H.B. 1592, the so-called "hate crimes" bill. Now his name is conspicuously absent from a list of representatives notifying President Bush that they would support his veto of any pro-abortion legislation.

Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) was the only Washington state legislator to sign the letter. Am I missing someone?

If the Washington state GOP thought 2006 was bad, it's only just begun.

Sunday, May 06, 2007

How Abortionists Celebrate Mother's Day

When this came across my desk by email I thought is was a clever parody of Washington's leading abortionist activist group, but alas it is a serious event. After their "Screw Abstinence" party (which they recently did to our state schools) and "Chocolates for Choice" (which included chocolate from Chocolate 2 Die 4) fundraisers, nothing should surprise us. They are completely satire proof.
Take Your Daughter to NARAL Day
In honor of Mother's Day, come find out how you can pass the pro-choice torch on to the next generation at "TAKE YOUR DAUGHTER TO NARAL DAY."

Bring the special young woman in your life to NARAL Pro-Choice Washington for a cheese and chocolate Mother's Day celebration. [More chocolate. Why play into the stereotypes about women and candy when they could host a cigar and golf outing.]

Learn about all the amazing opportunities that NARAL Pro-Choice Washington offers for young women to become involved in the movement for reproductive rights, health and justice. Who can attend? You and your daughter (or granddaughter, niece, mentee, etc.) [Your son's girlfriend perhaps? The neighbor girl?]

This event will be at the office of NARAL Pro-Choice Washington on Thursday, May 10 from 5:30-7:00pm. [Why not at the local abortion mill?]

Please RSVP no later than Tuesday, May 8.

For some reason they don't have this event posted on their web site.

It would appear from this email as though they are having a hard time getting young women to volunteer for their particular brand of activism. I suppose it's hard to get excited about working for a group whose product you'd never want to use.

What will they dream up for Halloween?

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Washington Goes to Mr. Smith

Attempting to capitalize on the recent Supreme Court ruling upholding a federal ban on partial-birth abortion, the abortion gals at Washington NARAL have gone to their direct mail lists and sent out a spate of emails and direct mail pieces to rake in some dough for their continued lobbying in support of legalized killing.

As Michelle at Life of the Party points out, some of that lobbying is targeting what proponants of abortion call "mixed-choice" Republicans. Currently they have Gordon Smith (R-OR) in their sights. She also notes that Gordon Smith is a member of the Republican Mainstreet Parternship, a front group for pro-choice republicans; Because you know abortion clinics are as apple pie as the hardware store, the corner coffee shop and the friendly credit union on mainstreet. Their Washington state affiliate can be found here.

They need Gordon Smith to help them pass the Freedom of Choice Act. As they describe it in their email,

The Freedom of Choice Act is legislation that would codify Roe v. Wade into law, and guarantee the right to choose for generations to come. Washington State's fabulous senators and representatives in DC get it and they are on board.
It would also bring back partial birth abortion.

But to get it passed they are going to need help from the Republicans,

However, we are going to help our sisters in Oregon put pressure on their Senator, Gordon Smith, a moderate, mixed-choice Republican. We think that if he gets enough pressure, he may support the Freedom of Choice Act. Please sign-up to help today. Freedom of Choice Act phone banks will run during the following days and times:
Monday, May 14 from 5:00 to 8:00pm
Tuesday, May 15 from 5:00 to 8:00pm
Wednesday, May 16 from 5:00 to 8:00pm
Thursday, May 17 from 5:00 to 8:00pm

Washington abortion enthusiasts are making calles to an Oregon senator. Got that?

Senator Smith -- don't answer your phone.