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article imageOp-Ed: 'Would you like fetus with that?' Not in Oklahoma, if law passes

By Bill Schmalfeldt     Jan 28, 2012 in Odd News
Oklahoma City - While the state of Oklahoma battles in court to overturn a block on their recently passed prohibition against the forced institution of Sharia Law in the state, they've turned to the next evil on their very long list.
If Oklahoma State Sen. Ralph Shortey's legislation is passed, no longer will residents of the Sooner State be faced with this odious choice at the drive through windows of their favorite restaurants:
"Would you like some fetus with that?"
With courageous public servants like Senator Shortey on watch for the people of Oklahoma, it's only a matter of time before that state passes a law the expressly forbids ""the manufacture or sale of food or products which use aborted human fetuses."
And it's about time.
Who among us hasn't gagged in disgust at finding fetus parts in our food, especially when we specifically told the waiter we were on a "fetus-free diet"?
This law would have no effect anywhere but Oklahoma. So, the godless liberals of New York and San Francisco would be free to continue feasting on such left-wing delicacies as "fillet of fetus flambe," "steak au poivre with a fetus glaze," and the loathsome "sweet and sour fetus" so popular in big city Chinese restaurants.
One can only hope that Oklahoma is successful in its court battle to realize the actualization of their righteous and Christian law forbidding the implementation of Sharia Law against the wishes of the good, rock-ribbed conservative folks of places like Edmond, Tulsa, and Gene Autry, Oklahoma. It seems almost certain that if liberal politicians wish to use the courts to go against the wishes of the people of the Sooner State (Boomer Sooner!) and their hatred of Muslims, they will naturally oppose a law that forbids some wayward Oklahoma City restaurant from offering a Satanic Special of the Day for their liberal clientele, including "pate faux fetus," "fetus kebab," "fillet mignon with a garlic fetus sauce," topped off with a nice baked apple with banana-date and fetus filling, all washed down with just a sip of a nice vins doux naturels avec fetus to cleanse the pallet.
We'll follow this story as closely as it deserves to be followed.
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