Monday, March 3, 2008


This portion of text is taken from Ray Comfort's Blog:

A Relative Term "Horrified."

That would be the word one could use to describe the news-anchor’s reaction to cruelty to cattle at slaughterhouses. They were kind enough to warn viewers about the cruelty which they were about to see. The item showed cattle being pushed over by fork lifts, and sick cattle falling to the ground. I’m sure most of us were upset at such cruelty, as we munched on our dinner of roast beef sandwiches or tenderloin steak. "Horrified" is a relative term. We can be horrified that our credit card didn’t go through, or at a hat that Aunt Bertha wore to a wedding. Cruelty to animals is extremely upsetting, and it shows once again the wickedness of the heart of man.

But the word “horrified” should be reserved for the slaughter of human beings. Twenty-two percent of all U.S. pregnancies end in abortion. While that statistic may make it to the news desk, the media never show “disturbing” pictures to the viewer. It's kind of like what happened in Nazi Germany, with the concentration camps. No one really knew what was going on. If we aren’t horrified at abortion, we should be. Check out

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