Thursday, June 29, 2006

No Good Deed And All

Wako Religious Groups Slime Buffet

"The merger of Gates and Buffett may spell doom for the families of the developing world," said the Rev. Thomas Euteneuer, a Roman Catholic priest who is president of Human Life International.

Referring to Josef Mengele, the infamous Nazi death camp doctor, Euteneuer said Buffett "will be known as the Dr. Mengele of philanthropy unless he repents."
The foundation founded by Buffett, and now named after his late wife, Susan, came under fire from some anti-abortion groups in the 1990s after it gave $2 million to fund clinical trials of mifepristone, more commonly known as the
RU-486 abortion pill. The foundation also has supported various abortion-rights and family-planning groups, and Susan Buffett was eulogized after her death in 2004 as a champion of women's reproductive health.
"Since then, approximately 500,000 American babies have been killed with RU-486," Perkins wrote. "Buffett's billions have the potential to do damage like this on a global scale."
Beyond the issue of abortion, some critics oppose the Buffett and Gates foundations' support for global family-planning and population control programs.

Ripped apart by war and corruption. Not enough food to go around. The last you'd want is to not bring more kids into this world. And yep it says in the bibles that these people read. What is going on around has nothing to do with the mandate by god to keep having kids. Get married and have babies that's the only family planning you need. AIDS, poverty and famine should not be thought as a reason to ignore gods mandate.

If abortion is wrong then start at the point before it is necessary. Oh but wait, no you believe that condoms are even bad too. And that they don't really work.

Gates Foundation

Planned Parenthood

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