From CNS News:
According to a Pennsylvania grand jury, Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the wealthy Philadelphia abortionist now on trial for seven counts of murdering babies who had survived his late-term abortions, repeatedly sliced the necks of born babies in front of a teenage employee, and once told his long-time assistant (the teenager’s mother) that a writhing born baby whose neck he had just severed was like a “chicken with its head cut off.”
“Ashley Baldwin also saw Gosnell slice the neck of moving and breathing babies,” said the report of the grand jury that recommended charging Gosnell with multiple counts of murder.
Baldwin’s mother, Tina, worked for nine years as Gosnell’s assistant. The teenager herself went to work for the abortionist when she was a 15-year-old high school sophomore.
Abortionist Slit Necks Of Babies Born Alive In Front Of Teenage Employee, Told Assistant, “That’s What You Call A Chicken With Its Head Cut Off”April 13, 2013
The great feminist mascot:
Of course, we needn’t consider the male cognate, or the male parallel. Any such attention or use of the male organ would be unthinkable. No normal or decent man would imagine such completely unnecessary emphasis. Only homosexual males are such exhibitionists.
But all liberalism is the norm. Media sees to that. Anything that is improper, indecent, or otherwise outrageous, is a media delight.
Feminist Brown was in tears at such glory her vagina brought her. “I’m overwhelmed. Who would have thought one little floor speech could end in this?” Well, it’s only right. It’s time. Male homosexuals have been parading their private parts for years–down main streets. The only egalitarian thing to do is to let feminist (homosexual?) women glory in their private parts. It’s all good.
It’s all heathen idolatry. It’s been going on for millennia, and still happens today, all over the Orient. The formal and idolatrous worship of the human sexual reproductive organs was the stable of every ancient civilization before establishment of Israel. Philistines included the anus, as well, to make all things equal, as it were. (At least, this is implied in I Samuel 5:6, with the plague of hemorrhoids.)
Brown, of West Bloomfield, and another Democrat were told they couldn’t speak on the floor Thursday when the House spent hours considering legislation before a five-week recess. Rep. Barb Byrum, of Onondaga, said she was benched after referring to vasectomies.
“I really had no idea it would have this effect on people,” Brown said Friday. “It’s an anatomically correct term for woman’s anatomy. It actually exists in Michigan statutes in three different places. This bill was about abortion. That doesn’t happen without a vagina.” (MORE)
It’s fitting that feminists identify with their vagina. The rest of us have to settle for thinking. This woman Brown seems to think that Judaism justifies abortion based on desire… because a rabbi concluded in an emergency to save a woman before her fetus.
There is a human being in some of those #Cunts: #FunnyOrDie Joins Phony #WarOnWomen Meme Against #GOPMay 7, 2012
The new clip features a bunch of Republican women saying how they don’t want control of their vaginas. They’re too messy, complicated and hard to control.
That’s not even funny. It makes me want to barf. Do you have any idea what is in your Vagina? A growing human being. Their opinions aren’t even accurate… unless you deny that correlative.
Unintended Pregnancy Results in Abortion 60% of the Time When Father Doesn’t Live with Unborn Child’s MotherSeptember 12, 2011
When Americans go to the polls in November 2012, they may have the opportunity to elect a President who volunteered on a Kibbutz in the summer of 1974. No, not Barack Hussein Obama. Michele Bachmann.
Her faith led her to some interesting places. The summer after she finished high school, Michele went to Israel and worked on a kibbutz. The trip was sponsored by Young Life, a Christian ministry. “I always had this love and appreciation for Israel because I was a Christian,” she said. “It’s the foundation of our faith. All of the Bible is about Israel.” She wanted to see the land for herself. What she found wasn’t a high-end vacation destination. She remembers the hurly burly of Ben Gurion airport, 1974: heat, soldiers with guns, customs officers at card tables on the tarmac. Chickens were everywhere. “It was pretty grubby,” she said.
The youth housing on the kibbutz was called the ghetto. Lizards climbed the walls. She would wake up at 4 a.m. and get on a flatbed truck that was pulled by an old diesel tractor. They would drive out to cotton fields to pull weeds. Armed soldiers escorted them wherever they went.
The experience has never left her mind. “If you consider what it was like in 1948,” she said, “and literally watch flowers bloom in a desert over time—I don’t know if any nation has paralleled the rise of Israel since 1948.” A member of Christians United for Israel, she’s one of Israel’s strongest supporters in Congress. One Jewish Minnesota Republican has told me of speeches at local Republican Jewish Coalition events where Bachmann has brought cheering audiences to their feet.
…more likely they won’t vote for her because she is Pro Life. Women would be her main draw because she is one and this seems to be the only issue that matters to them. The irony is an ethical female leader is dependent on a woman not ruling out of her gender… and it is the left that makes it all about purely identity politics. Women benefit by safety. This is not something the left has worked hard on… or what they have done has always been concluded as intending well. As a result women it the last fifty years have always come from a Conservative base, but their other base is hostile to a platform that wishes to Conserve life by not allowing citizens to assume when consciousness begins or ends. The Margaret Sangers were merely interested in curtailing the population of minorities. Best way to do that is to create legal loopholes concerning murder.
Just as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is on the verge of allowing underage girls to get the morning-after pill with no doctor’s oversight or parental involvement, bad news about the drug comes out of India.“A vascular disease called deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is on the rise and doctors say it has a lot to do with the increase in sales of over-the-counter contraceptive pills.“The percentage of DVT in women has seen an increase and frequencies of the disease are found in women taking birth control pills or contraceptives without any prescription,” said Rajiv Parakh, chairman of the division of peripheral vascular and endovascular sciences at Medanta hospital.The number of cases of DVT among young women suddenly increased at the same time that the morning-after pill has been aggressively advertised. Sales of the drug increased 250 percent in one year in India, with nearly 8.2 million of the pills sold in 2009.DVT is a blood clot in a deep vein. Blood clots are a known complication of birth control pills. The morning-after pill is a high dose of birth control pills.“Any amount of estrogen that is not required by the female body is harmful for her. The pills tend to increase the hormone level, resulting in pain and swelling caused by blood clot formation in the veins,” Nutan Agrawal, professor of gynecology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences told Thaindian News.As expected, teens choose the over-the-counter drug as their birth control method of choice because it’s easy to get. “Because of the availability of drugs with retailers, these contraceptives have become the quick fix to abortions in a very short span of time,” Agrawal said.Here in the U.S., Teva, the company that owns the morning-after pill Plan B, has asked the FDA to approve its drug for over-the-counter use for anyone. Currently, anyone under 17 needs a prescription to buy it.When I originally testified against over-the-counter access to Plan B, I pointed out the possible medical risks — including blood clots. Officials ignored the risks to women, apparently rationalizing that the low-dose birth control pills can also cause blood clots.What they conveniently overlooked is that birth control pills require a prescription. Doctors can warn women of the risks, and of what will increase their risks (like smoking), before giving a prescription. The patients will also have someone to call — the prescribing doctor — if they suspect complications. With over-the-counter access, women mistakenly believe the drug is completely safe and needs no medical consultation.The FDA and abortion groups — the loudest backers of the morning-after pill — act as if access to birth control is a higher priority than medical risks to women. But they’ve got it easy. They are not held responsible when women end up in the hospital.