So, do you believe that it's well within your
rights as a CA citizen to BBQ your neighbor's dog
because he's getting rid of it and that you deserve
a human fetus every morning draped over your oatmeal?
Heck, I'd even be sympathetic to an arguement that
you were a strict libertarian anarchist and thought
the government had no business in these types of issues,
but this fear-mongering argument doesn't really stand up
all that well. Explain it a little better, will you?
Assume Prop 6 passes, then what are the N-steps in
between that happen that allow vegiterrorist extremists
to take away all our steaks and burgers, etc.
Does that include turkey burgers?
>Guys, this is serious. No, it's not "aimed at those silly
>French." It's more like the attacks on reproductive choice in
>Congress. They tried--and failed--to enact an outright ban, so
>they targeted rare "late term abortions" as a "first step"
>toward a more comprehensive agenda.
>Ever see "Escape from L.A.?" Y'know, the dystopian future with
>Fundie political leaders enforcing a "moral America" (including
>the infamous "no red meat")? Why "protect" horses? Because
>there aren't any horses slaughtered for food in California!
>This isn't about horses. The vegiterrorist extremists want to
>take away your steaks, your burgers, your chili con carne, even
>your Thanksgiving turkeys. They want government to restrict your
>freedom to choose. Vote NO on Proposition 6!