One of the things that comes to mind is that last year DG Hart over at Old Life raised a question about whether or not the deceit inherent to the project wasn't able to boomerang against it.
None of this means that Daleiden doesn’t deserve some credit for exposing a truly despicable aspect of American society. But if he is going to claim either the mantle of journalistic ethics or Christian morality, can’t we/I question that? http://oldlife.org/2015/08/if-
It looks like it could, and that it could even be official.
For those Americans who are persuaded that, so long as the living things that could be identified as human aren't American citizens (at least not yet), we can choose to pre-emptively kill them for the sake of preserving long-term consumer options, then the question might not be whether or not it's okay to kill pre-emptively but whether that use of pre-emptive lethal force is the celebration of an individual opportunity to abort a fetus or a national opportunity to invade Iraq. It could be construed as might makes right in both cases. It may be that what unites Americans left and right is a basic agreement that "we" get to use lethal force pre-emptively when it suits us in ways we don't permit others to, whether this might be at an individual or a corporate (in all senses of the term) level.