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Oklahoma Bill Would Ban Use Of Fetuses In Food

A bill introduced by Oklahoma state senator Ralph Shortey would prohibit the use of aborted fetuses in food products. What do you think?

  • "Do they realize how much it’ll cost me in gas money if I have to schlep all the way over to Arkansas just to eat a baby?"

    Laura Epstein
    Systems Analyst
  • "Sure, we don't want fetuses in our food now, but what if things change 10 years down the road?"

    Dennis Washington
    Guide Setter
  • “I’m going to miss those late-night runs to Aborto’s for their amazing fetus wings.”

    Christopher De LaBarre
    Unemployed
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