NBC's Law & Order Relevant to MS Personhood Vote
With Mississippi's Personhood Amendment 26 vote coming on Tuesday, Nov. 8th, we remember this...
NBC's first-ever pro-life Law & Order episode, titled Dignity, is excerpted below. We urge against watching this immoral and soft-porn series, but this episode is pastor-approved and you can view it online!). L&O excerpts:
From Detective Kevin Bernard, played by Anthony Anderson: "You got it backwards, man. The horrible thing is the rape, not the bringing of a life into the world."
Assistant District Attorney (ADA) Connie Rubirosa says, "I grew up thinking Roe v. Wade was gospel. … But [now] I don't know where my privacy ends and another being's dignity begins."
Executive ADA Michael Cutter, played by Linus Roache, was quoting real-world surveys when he said, "The tide has turned. Most Americans are pro-life now."
Cutter virtually quoted the co-sponsor of Colorado's 2010 Personhood Amendment, Gualberto Garcia Jones, who launched the statewide ballot initiative holding his 10-day-old son at a press conference and saying, "Two weeks ago, my son had less rights than a dog or a cat." Speaking to District Attorney Jack McCoy, Cutter says, "My God, cats and dogs have more rights than the unborn." more...