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* Post-Show Notes: Reminders of recent KGOV reports on Pat Robertson and on Bob's quote on Denver's CBS 4 News.
Denver Public Schools' Plan B: reported Oct 30 by Denver's CBS4 A task force is recommending some school health clinics in Denver Public Schools give out contraceptives [including Plan B] and the district is looking over the recommendations. If adopted, contraceptives could be distributed at any of the six in-school health centers... Groups like Colorado Right to Life strongly oppose the plan saying it sends the wrong message to kids. "A Denver public school is a good place to send your daughter to become sexually active," Bob Enyart with Colorado Right to Life said. "Now the task force wants to make it more efficient. Condoms for the boys, abortion pills for your daughter, get her ready for the next guy to use her; it's called Godless education."
Pat Robertson Aborts Brain: discussed on CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports on Dec. 16, 2001 China's forced abortion and their outlawing of brothers and sisters. "I don't agree with it," Robertson said, "but at the same time they've got 1.2 billion people, and they don't know what to do. ... I think that right now, they're doing what they have to do. I don't agree with forced abortion, but I don't think the United States needs to interfere with what they're doing internally in this regard." Denver Bible Church pastor Bob Enyart says to Pat Robertson, "Christians should not defend mass murderers. The Chinese need us to bring them liberty and Christianity, not to defend the slaughter of their children. It's bizarre that Pat Robertson says he's against abortion, except where it's forced, then he's for it. Moral relativism has brought the ‘pro-life' Republican movement into a post-Christian era.
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