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Who Cares If They Are Burning Babies in Oregon?

Who cares? Seriously why do people care that this power plant is burning “medical waste”, “products of conception” or “parasites”? If there is nothing wrong with abortion and this material is not remains of human beings then why the big stink? Why not just burn it all and save everyone money on their electric bill? WHY? Because deep down they know how horrific this is and that these are human babies.

According to Lifenews.com the County Board of Commissioners said ““We are outraged and disgusted that this material could be included in medical waste received at the facility,” said Commissioner Janet Carlson. “We did not know this practice was occurring until today. We are taking immediate action and initiating discussions with Covanta Marion to make certain that this type of medical waste is not accepted in the future.”

There can only be this outrage if you recognize the humanity of the aborted babies, otherwise there is no problem here. If this bothered you and you are pro-choice then you need to rethink your position.

Read the whole article here.

Officials Outraged Plant Burning Aborted Babies for Electricity: “Ultimate Disrespect to Innocence”

 

One Comment

  1. Tommy R
    Posted April 30, 2014 at 1:09 pm | Permalink

    When abortion reality is exposed normal people are generally horrified.

    Would it be any better if they went back to grinding up the little bodies with a garbage disposal and then flushing tissue, blood and bone down the sink and into the municipal sewer system? Mix it all up with excrement and waste water. Classy. It makes incineration with garbage look almost dignified.

    Personally, I would like to see ALL bulk medical “wastes” (limbs and organs and such) treated with real respect. The human body is holy and sacred…even in its parts. Burying or cremating human tissues separate from actual waste (used syringes and bandages and such) would be a good cultural exercise in fostering human respect and dignity. Could a state law be made mandating separation of “medical wastes”?

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