Tuesday, January 24, 2012

A Series of Thoughts on Stem Cells and Cannibalism of Aborted Fetuses In Oklahoma: May God Help Us

"Ralph Shortey (R-Oklahoma City) authored Senate Bill 1418, which effectively bans the selling or manufacture of food products that contain aborted fetuses or which used aborted fetuses in the development of their ingredients." Another important problem for Oklahoma solved.
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  • Richard Rabinowitz likes this.
    • Junior Bear Oklahoma Exceptionalism.
      Yesterday at 9:22pm ·
    • Salome Valentine Wilco. Tango. Foxtrot.
      Yesterday at 9:23pm ·
    • Junior Bear Fox Uniform Bravo Alpha Romeo
      Yesterday at 9:24pm ·
    • Salome Valentine FUBAR?
      Yesterday at 9:24pm ·
    • Junior Bear F.....d Up Beyond All Recognition
      Yesterday at 9:25pm · · 2
    • Salome Valentine HA!! :)
      Yesterday at 9:26pm ·
    • Salome Valentine Also: and you're actually *paying* this person to represent you?
      Yesterday at 9:26pm · · 1
    • Mary Tucker Mowdy What!?! Good god. And I am proud to say I knew what FUBAR meant. And I know the what SNAFU means. So there.
      Yesterday at 9:26pm · · 1
    • Junior Bear I guess I may need to start checking the can labels a little more closely than I have.
      Yesterday at 9:40pm ·
    • Mary Tucker Mowdy I guess so. I had never heard of this. What the hell does it even mean??
      Yesterday at 10:14pm · · 1
    • Salome Valentine ‎@Mary: It means that Rep. Shortey should *probably* be taking advantage of the psychiatric coverage in his health plan.
      Yesterday at 10:15pm ·
    • Richard Mize Stem cells.
      Yesterday at 10:17pm ·
    • Junior Bear He eats stem cells?
      Yesterday at 10:18pm · · 1
    • Salome Valentine Who uses stem cells in food products? That makes absolutely no sense.
      Yesterday at 10:19pm ·
    • Richard Mize There is an important semicolon involved in the title or first line of the bill.
      Yesterday at 10:20pm ·
    • Erin Norton Is there a link to a news article we can get on this?
      23 hours ago ·
    • Junior Bear STATE OF OKLAHOMA

      2nd Session of the 53rd Legislature (2012)

      SENATE BILL 1418 By: Shortey


      An Act relating to food; prohibiting the manufacture or sale of food or products which use aborted human fetuses; providing for codification; and providing an effective date.

      SECTION 1. NEW LAW A new section of law to be codified in the Oklahoma Statutes as Section 1-1150 of Title 63, unless there is created a duplication in numbering, reads as follows:
      No person or entity shall manufacture or knowingly sell food or any other product intended for human consumption which contains aborted human fetuses in the ingredients or which used aborted human fetuses in the research or development of any of the ingredients.
      SECTION 2. This act shall become effective November 1, 2012.
      23 hours ago ·
    • Richard Rabinowitz ok, so nobody's going to be a cannibal in Oklahoma, I guess. LOL
      23 hours ago ·
    • Richard Mize Sorry, I guess the semicolons dont matter. But "or products" in the tutors
      23 hours ago ·
    • Richard Mize Damn kindle!
      23 hours ago ·
    • Richard Mize Products in the title: ain't food. And "consumption," I think, is meant to include any way a body takes in something.
      23 hours ago ·
    • Junior Bear An Act relating to food; Normally that phrase defines the rest of the bill.
      23 hours ago ·
    • Bodie Carl Gaffenstof Good to know where you stand.
      23 hours ago ·
    • Richard Rabinowitz someone's making a move on embryonic stem cell medical research, isn't he? Verrrry sneaky.
      23 hours ago · · 1
    • Junior Bear However there is a possibility that Ralph is onto something here. If he really means Human Consumption, he will need to add these specifics to his bill.http://www.churchofeuthanasia.org/e-sermons/butcher.html
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    • Junior Bear But I suspect Ralph thinks otherwise. I remember once when the House passed out a bill to the floor to to pay the State employees bi-monthly. Fortunately we caught it in review after it came out of committee and changed it to Semi-monthly. Bi-monthly would have meant every two months. Bill failed anyway.
      23 hours ago ·
    • Beverly Bryant We need a companion bill saying no grandmothers will be used in the making of Grandma's Cookies.
      22 hours ago · · 3
    • Mary Tucker Mowdy If we had an Oklahoma version of SNL, this run of comments would make a great skit - or whatever they call it.
      12 hours ago · · 1
    • David A. Blakeman What a relief!
      9 hours ago ·

1 comment:

BB-Idaho said...

Always wondered what Oklahomans did during tornado off-season...