Thursday, July 27, 2006

Murder on My Mind

Commentary by Judie Brown

I am often fascinated when reports on a topic converge within a very short period of time. You don't often see mainstream media accounts that deal with the victims of abortion or human embryonic stem cell research. But lately, there have been a number of them, and the reactions have been most telling.

The first example came when White House press secretary Tony Snow had to apologize for using the word "murder" to describe the wanton killing of human embryonic children so that their stem cells can be used for research purposes. I was dumbfounded. What did Snow say that was so terrible, and why did he have to apologize? [Entire Story]

2 comments:

brother lesser said...

Thank you! Murder is murder. Whenever I am talking to anyone, I prefer to use the term, "Murder of the Innocents," because that is truly what it is, and I will never apologize for using it!

Catholic Fire said...

I don't understand why people have to apologize for telling the truth. If the truth offends someone then that's their problem and they need to deal with it.

The whole culture of death seeks to deceive people with their distorted semantics. They are the ones who should be apologizing for their lies.

Thank you for your comment.

God bless you,
Jean