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Published on Jun 14, 2012
Rep. Lisa Brown, a Democrat State Rep in Michigan (West Bloomfield) gets censured in the Michigan State House for talking about her vagina... but not before she goes on the record explaining that she's keeps kosher in her home and has separate milchig and fleishig dishes as well as two more sets for Passover.
Rep. Lisa Brown referenced the talk by her colleague from Holland, Michigan who spoke about religious freedom. She then went on to speak personally about her own faith.
I'm Jewish. I keep kosher in my home. I have two sets of dishes. One for meat and one for dairy, and another two sets of dishes on top of that for Passover. Judaism believes that therapeutic abortions, namely abortions performed in order to preserve the life of the mother are not only permissable but mandatory. The stage of pregnancy does not matter. Wherever there is a question of the life of the mother or that of the unborn child, Jewish law rules in favor of preserving the life of the mother. The status of the fetus as human life does not equal that of the mother. I have not asked you to adopt and adhere to my religious beliefs. Why are you asking me to adopt yours?