Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) February 29, 2012
Tuesday, Sen. Judy Eason McIntyre of Tulsa, held up a sign at an anti-Personhood Amendment rally that read "If I wanted the government in my womb I'd f--- a senator." The senator posed smiling widely for photographs with the anti-personhood protesters whose sign she had borrowed. "The senator's disregard for the decorum of her office is truly appalling," said Personhood USA president Keith Mason.
"The personhood issue often provokes strong language from all sides," commented Dan Skerbitz, president of Personhood Oklahoma. "But this display of vulgarity from a sitting senator is truly shocking. It is more evidence of the hardness of heart behind a movement that would deny the right of a helpless pre-born baby to be recognized and protected by the law as a human person."
"This makes it obvious that their moral compass is broken," continued Skerbirtz. "It is not surprising that a world view that finds such comments acceptable is not above lying about the Personhood Amendment or its possible effects on the lives of Oklahomans. Those who oppose the concept of personhood in Oklahoma are showing their true colors."