Democrat Landrieu and Republican Brownback Intend To Stop Human-Animal Hybrids

Pro-family Americans are really going to miss Kansas Republican Senator Sam Brownback when he leaves the United States Senate next year after serving for two terms.  He has been a champion for the unborn and a champion for all family values.  Senator Brownback will be campaigning to become the next governor of Kansas.

His dedicated service to the pro-family movement is exemplified by another piece of major legislation which he is co-authoring with Louisiana Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu.  On July 9th, Senators Brownback and Landrieu introduced the "Human-Animal Hybrid Prohibition Act," S-1435.  The fact that research in America has sunk to the level where such legislation has to even be introduced in the United States Congress is an indication as to the cultural decay in America.

The Brownback-Landrieu bill when signed into law will prohibit the creation of human-animal hybrids.  Who could possibly be against such legislation?    As Senator Brownback stated the day he and Senator Landrieu introduced the bill:  "This legislation works to ensure that our society recognizes the dignity and sacredness of human life.  Creating human-animal hybrids, which permanently alter the genetic makeup of an organism, will challenge the very definition of what it means to be human and is a violation of human dignity and a grave injustice."

In Senator Mary Landrieu's state of Lousiana last month, Republican Governor Bobby Jindal signed legislation into law that would prohibit the creation of human-animal hybrids.  That law is modeled after earlier versions which Senators Landrieu and Brownback had previously introduced in the Senate.  The United States Congress needs to quickly pass the "Human-Animal Hybrid Prohibition Act" and send it to President Obama for his signature. 

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