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Center for Bio-Ethical Reform

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Abortion
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Medically approved
In the back alley

The Center for Bio-Ethical Reform is an anti-abortion outfit whose primary means of arguing against the practice appears to be gross-out Photoshop jobs Completely Authentic PhotographsTM[1] juxtaposing sundry fetus parts with coins.

They purport to mix "scientific fact, historical examination, and contemporary analysis" with the aforementioned gross-out pictures;[2] however, the only so-called arguments that they mix with the pictures is to compare abortion to the Holocaust[3] and quote-mine the Bible extensively.[4]

Further sullying their attempt at making an apolitical, secular image is the fact that they link their message to the cause of stopping "ObamaCare."[5]

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