From World Net Daily (which I recommend, by the way):
A Kansas City abortionist is out of business after investigators discovered a grisly house of horrors at his clinic – with fetuses kept in Styrofoam cups in his refrigerator and one employee accusing him of microwaving one and stirring it into his lunch. The unsanitary conditions in Krishna Rajanna's clinic prompted legislative approval of new abortion regulations in Kansas, a bill that was vetoed by the governor.
(Krishna? Like the cult, commie, flower hippies? Microwave? Isn't there a Geneva convention for babies? WTF?!?!?!
Uh, oh yeah, remind me to contribute money to whomever is running against that governor.)
Topping the list of horrors was an employee's account that she and others witnessed Rajanna "microwave one of the aborted fetuses and stir it into his lunch," as Howard recalled earlier this year when testifying before a Kansas House committee.Rajanna denied the accusation. But he did keep fetuses in Styrofoam cups in the refrigerator along with food and drink.
(I think I'm going to skip lunch today...
Why do Ramen noodles keep coming into my mind? Uhhggg.
Coffee - ceramic mugs from now on.)
Howard noted there were no hazardous waste containers anywhere. (An employee later testified Rajanna took home all contaminated, medical and biohazard waste for residential trash pick-up.)
(Breakin' All the Rules... Ozzy)
(Oh, so a foreign, leftist abortionist was a dirty, smelly hippy. Is this feeling what Rumsfeld meant by shock and awe?)
"Dr. Rajanna lacked personal hygiene," testified Howard. "His hair was messy, hands dirty, and his clothing was wrinkled and stained. He put on old, used foot booties while we were there."
With Rajanna's case pending, abortion opponents won legislative approval of a bill requiring abortion clinics to obtain an annual license from the Department of Health and Environment, hire surgeons as their medical directors and report patient deaths to the state within a day. The measure also mandated that the department set standards for equipment, medical screenings, ventilation and lighting.
But Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, an abortion-rights advocate, vetoed the measure, saying medical professionals – not legislators – should set standards.
(I noticed the article doesn't mention the governor is a Democrat. But, that is probably a given, eh?)
Want to lose some weight? Here are some refrigerator pictures...ewwwww. The DR. Pepper bottle is kind of ironic.
The guy used consumer dishwashers to "sterilize" instruments!!!
I think regardless of where you fall in the abortion debate, this guy should be in prison.
What does the MSM think about all this? No big deal, apparently.
Here's an excerpt from an article by Jill Stanek, also from World Net Daily (Check out the info-blurb about her at the end):
Jill Stanek fought to stop "live-birth abortion" after witnessing one as a registered nurse at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn, Ill. In 2002, President Bush asked Jill to attend his signing of the Born Alive Infants Protection Act. In January 2003, World Magazine named Jill one of the 30 most prominent pro-life leaders of the past 30 years.
We are living in a sick world.
Can we bring Jesus back now?