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A very excited Sarah Silverman invites us into her home, and tells us about her visit with Jesus Christ, the night before. After a magical entrance, a robed Jesus tells Silverman he's tired of being misquoted and wants her to deliver 'His' message. Sarah invites Jesus to stay and hang causing an are-you-kidding-me reaction. He says, "Sarah, I'm Jesus Fucking Christ." He opts to stay anyway, and they discuss things like when conception begins:
Jesus explains to Silverman, “Fertilized eggs aren’t people, people are people.” But, he adds, “people who believe fertilized eggs are people are people too. You have to love them. You’re not better than them.”

They later share a bowl of popcorn over an episode of NCIS.

The PSA video not only advocates women's reproductive rights, it promotes a new organization called Lady Parts. Lady Parts was originally created to raise funds for Texas women seeking abortions after the GOP WTF Gynoticians, like Rick Perry, passed new abortion laws that managed to go around the Constitution. Those crafty misogynists could not legally ban abortion, so they lumped on enough new facility and physician requirements to shut down many clinics. Lady Parts has already hosted a life-stream fundraiserand is now organizing a September 28 event in every state, called, From V To Shining V. No, 'V' is not for victory - it's for vaginanew bill just introduced in Virginia that plans to defund Planned Parenthood all together. You can sign this petition to Stand Against the Defunding of Planned Parenthood.

Here s the video:
To get involved, visit Lady Parts

Petition to Stand Against the Defunding of Planned Parenthood

Source: Kimberly Johnson with Liberals Unite and Mediate

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