Who Is a Real Abortion-Promoter?


In a long-anticipated decision that will affect millions of women’s ability to pay for contraception, the Obama administration announced on Friday that it would not allow religiously affiliated employers such as universities and hospitals to deny full birth control coverage to the women they employ.”

Note how it’s the “abortion-promoting Liberals” who celebrate this decision. A decision that will help reduce the number of unwanted pregnancies. And the supposedly anti-abortion Conservatives, where are they? Are they cheering as well?

I guess not.

9 thoughts on “Who Is a Real Abortion-Promoter?

  1. But this is even worse! An abortion is like getting a gift from god, pretending you like it so he doesn’t feel awkward on your party and then throwing it away as soon as he leaves the house. Contraception is like pointing and laughing at him when he gives you his present. /S


        1. “It’s from Rick Santorum, who said:

          …[With regards to rape], the right approach is to accept this horribly created — in the sense of rape — but nevertheless a gift in a very broken way, the gift of human life, and accept what God has given to you. As you know, we have to, in lots of different aspects of our life….

          Not like you needed any other proof of what a vile, despicable, misogynist Santorum is.”

          – I could not believe this when I first read the quote. I thought it was some kind of a vicious joke. But he actually said that. I mean, what kind of a monster do you have to be to say something like that?


    1. This makes me want to hug my father. He is deeply Conservative but when anybody mentions even the slightest possibility that abortion rights can be curtailed, he starts shaking with rage. That’s a normal father.

      Santorum is an example of being as ant-family values as possible.


  2. “Santorum is an example of being as ant-family values as possible.”

    No, Clarissa. In an ant-family, the queen ant is completely in charge. The males have only one role. 🙂


  3. Otoh,

    “Pro-abortion rights advocates consider the ultrasound provision a tactic to add cost and inconvenience to the process with the goal of getting women to change their minds.

    Sen. Janet Howell, D-Fairfax County, was dismayed enough by the bill’s progress that she tried to amend it so men seeking prescriptions for erectile dysfunction medication such as Viagra would be required to undergo a rectal exam and cardiac stress test.

    She said that’s “only fair, that if we’re going to subject women to unnecessary procedures, and we’re going to subject doctors to having to do things that they don’t think is medically advisory.”

    Her proposed amendment failed Monday, leaving Vogel’s bill on the verge of Senate approval.”



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