Monday, March 14, 2011

"Baby Selling Act of 2011"

Representative Mark Miloscia, a Democrat from Federal Way, is so upset about HB 1267, he has referred to it as the, "BABY SELLING ACT OF 2011."

Indeed it is.

The bill will have a
public hearing:
tomorrow, March 15, in the John A. Cherberg Building, room 2 at 1:30.

If you can attend, please do so. And if you have not
contacted your Washington State senator, please do so today and express your opposition to the bill.

___________
Gary Randall
President
Faith and Freedom

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2 comments:

  1. This is deplorable! How can a so called "enlightened" society promote such abuse and slavery. Is this what "choice" has wrought? We have fought to overcome the evils of slavery in this country for far too long. Are we now to return to people being little more than chattel, to be used and discarded like so much garbage? Do we not have a conscience?

    "Pure and undefiled religion is this, to care for orphans and widows in their distress."

    This clearly qualifies! God help us!

    Craig in Lacey

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  2. Mark Miloscia sponsored and voted for HB 1649. He is in politics for himself and will do whatever he sees as necessary to be reelected. "Let me look like the good guy on HB 1267 and then no one will care if I sponsor and vote for HB 1649. However, the homosexuals will see me as being supportive of them." It is time to get a pro-life representative in Federal Way to take Mark's place. We need a representative who will not merely appear at the March and Life Chain, but who will introduce and sponsor pro-life initiatives. The residents of Federal Way need another representative like Katrina Asay, one who cares more about his constituents, than about being reelected. We need a pro-life representative who won't knowingly endorse or campaign with a "past president of NARAL pro-choice Washington" (Mark endorsed Carol Gregory who proudly shares her past in her literature). We need a representative who will stand for all Judeo-Christian values, not just the ones that will get him a little notoriety.

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