Know Thy Enemy

"Know thy enemy and know thyself, find naught in fear for 100 battles. Know thyself but not thy enemy, find level of loss and victory. Know thy enemy but not thyself, wallow in defeat every time." – Sun-Tzu

Pittsburgh pro-lifers have an opportunity to not only know their enemy, but also to inform him of his foolishness.

You Are Invited!

Join Dan Frankel and the Hadassah Greater Pittsburgh Chapter for "Stem Cell Advocacy: Education and Action"

Time: 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Date: Sunday, Feb. 12
Place: Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh
Levinson Hall, Squirrel Hill
Registration Cost: $5

  • Learn about the latest developments in stem cell research from Dr. Alan Russell
  • Understand how stem cell research can impact Pittsburgh’s economy
  • Hear about pending state legislation
  • Become an advocate and gain community organizing skills
  • You CAN make a difference in educating your neighbors and getting good laws passed.

With state and national developments in research and regulations, stem cell advocacy is becoming much more significant – this is your chance to learn more about this important issue!

To register, contact Hadassah as soon as possible. Send a $5 check (payable to Hadassah) to the Hadassah office at 1824 Murray Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15217. Please be sure to include your name, address, phone number and e-mail address.

Advance registration is required. Hope to see you there!

Representative Frankel is misleading when he uses "stem cells" in such a vague manner. He is an advocate of embryonic stem cell research, which is not only unethical and immoral, but also a waste of taxpayer money. It’s cured no diseases and is unlikely to cure any in the near future. If any folks go to this meeting, let me know how it goes. I’d love to go and present the facts to Mr. Frankel myself, but I may have other obligations to attend to.

Comments 1

  1. Philip Shropshire wrote:

    Thank God you weren’t around to stop all that wasteful spending on transistor technology and the “internets”, yeah, please show up and get your hats handed to you. Remember: even if you’re successful you only stop the progress in the US, everywhere else gets to advance…and its immoral to you. I would rather scientists determine science policy, thank you, and not funny guys in hats, or, rather, guys in funny hats.

    There. Run rings around you rhetorically yet again…!

    Philip Shropshire
    http://www.threeriversonline.com

    PS: As you know, I’m a follower of the Flying Spaghetti Monster (the one true God) and he tells me that people who aren’t using Commodore 64s and dial up modems that top out at 19 as opposed to 54 are evil and immoral. Once Alito is installed we can hunt people like you down…as proof of his holy love of course…

    Posted 27 Jan 2006 at 12:35 am

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