While I was offline this weekend, I see some tricky little pro-aborts were up to No Good:
The Chicago-based Pro-Life Action League says that has become the victim of mail fraud, with an anonymous group sending out flyers for a “Home Abortion Kit” and listing the pro-life organization’s address and telephone number as the contact information for the kit. […]
Packaged in the form of snake-oil advertizing, the flyer says its Home Abortion Kit uses an E-Z applicator to break down an unborn child in the womb into “bio waste in a mere ten minutes,” which then can be removed with “no mess, no hassle, no fuss” by using a vaginal pump.
No muss no fuss: blastocyst to biowaste in ten! Ten! Ten little minutes!
Oh, to be a fly on the wall in the office of the Fetus Fetishism League when they got this thing in the mail. (A fly with top-of-the-line, heavy-duty ear plugs, because… you know… SHRIEEEEEEEEEK!!!!!)