Skip to comments.Democratic Party Chair Wishes Roe v. Wade a “Happy Birthday”
Posted on 01/22/2014 8:11:05 PM PST by Morgana
A very sad phenomenon exists today, which is that the left conflates womens rights with killing unborn children in the womb. The two are in fact mutually exclusive, because there are no other rights without the right to life. That is true for unborn baby girls and unborn baby boys.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL)15%, a leftist poster-child, wished Roe v. Wade a happy 41st birthday today because of her commitment to protecting womens rights, while women and men, young and old, marched on the National Mall toward the Supreme Court to defend life.
wassermanschulzHas she stopped to think of the 55 million American babies who were aborted since Roe v. Wade, who will never be able to celebrate their birthday?
Abortion does nothing to advance the rights of women; it hurts them. The 7.046 billion people on Earth were all born of women. Debbie was one of them.
If Debbie really cared about women, she would stop advocating murdering them in the womb in their earliest stages of development. There are better, healthier, more American ways to advance the rights of women and men (sorry, liberals, men are people too, with rights!) and children, and families.
And one of those options is adoption, a word liberals seem to fear. Grazie Pozo Christie is a Cuban-American medical doctor who is also an adoptive mother. In an op-ed explaining her transition to joys and truth of being pro-life she states:
I looked around our country and realized that our culture had erected a temple to self-realization and sexual liberation, and therefore abortion has to be available, because unwanted children will continue to be conceived, no matter how many free contraceptives are provided.
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Nothing restricts personal liberty like a pregnancy and parenthood. As a doctor I can tell you that no scientist questions the fact that a zygote, embryo, fetus and infant are all human beings in different stages of development. (emphasis added) Those who believe in unrestricted abortion license do not acknowledge the conflicting right of the little human being, who might be unwanted, but is just as valuable and beautiful as a wanted child.
The left does not respect the right to life, our most fundamental right. Instead, they manufacture artificial rights like the right of a woman to kill her unborn child. Thats why, as pro-life conservatives, we must take a bold stand and speak for the unborn, whose voices cannot yet be heard.
That’s just tacky. Ugh. What’s wrong with these people?
If only Debbie’s mother walked over to a Planned Parenthood office when she was pregnant with that vermin we might all be better off..55 million + babies never got the chance to celebrate a birthday because of the Hitler party
This murdering slut should at least be a little more sensitive to all of those little American kids who will never hear “Happy Birthday.” FUDS
She used to be my “rep”. Yeah. Thought it couldn’t be worse.
Then the zombies here in Broward elected alcee hastings after redistricting.
I AM UNREPRESENTED
How does one wish a “Happy Birthday” to a court ruling? Psychotic loon. Does she do the same for the Satanic voices in her head?
In Debbie’s Twitter profile pic, when at small size it looks like she’s holding a gun to her own head.
That goofy broad is a Saturn V doucherocket!!! And assugly to boot.
I recommend everyone go and hear Brit Hume’s impassioned defense of the unborn here.
We will abolish this practice, and hang it like a noose around the Democrat party’s neck.
I really wish some of the pro life groups would do commercials on radio/tv/print/wherever they could buy time, that simply ask
“How mentally unbalanced do you have to be to equate aborting a child with getting a cyst removed?”
Thats it. Nothing else. Not even a graphic to go with it. Just that question.
She just looks like she needs a hug.
One would have thought her 2008 breast cancer operations to have been her Damascus Road moment, but no.
They love death. They would really like to see 6.5 billion deaths, so the world has a sustainable number.
That is the most disgusting thing I have heard in a while. Happy Birthday to a law that keeps the little ones from being born. Complete depravity.
You are correct. And most Americans don’t know this. They still think in terms of trimesters, some being worse than others for an abortion. I believe health can even include not wanting to have the baby, so why even mention health? They would be more honest if they would say you can get an abortion at any time.
Now, you see, that's ONE abortion I could GET behind.
If only this law had been aborted....
A “birth”day? Awkwarrrrrrd
Isn’t there a connection between breast cancer and abortion?
There are several studies that link the two all right. I can’t find any documentation that shows that Wasserman Schultz ever had any abortions herself, though.
Scouts Out! Cavalry Ho!
How can anyone delight in the murder of 50+ million babies.
We are approaching the day when the Lord tells one of his Saints that if they can find one righteous person in America he will spare the entire Nation.
The bitches love having the right to kill....
As a Jew, you would think that Debbie would be a little more sensitive to issues of mass murder and genocide.
But she’s a democRat too, and that takes precedent.
Doesn’t she mean Happy DEATHDAY?
55 million dead and counting.
“...That goofy broad is a Saturn V doucherocket!!! And assugly to boot....”
Hey, hey, hey, watch it now. That’s an insult to the Saturn V launch vehicle. As machines go, it was the most beautiful of all lauch vehicle ever built. Debby W-S, OTOH, is the polar opposite of the beautiful Saturn V.
Debbie follows the orders of Herodes Obama’s war against unborn babies.
OBAMAS CRIME AGAINST HUMANITY- THE TORTURE AND DISMEMBERMENT OF THE UNBORN CHILD
Friday, May 15, 2009
Note: Mr. Blackwell served as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Commission from 1991 - 1993. Note: Mr. Blackwell served as the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Human Rights Commission from 1991 - 1993.
In my opinion, the Obama Administrations abortion agenda is indeed a crime against humanity.
This is a tale of two worldviews. It begins not unlike the opening paragraph of Dickens immortal work, A Tale of Two Cities. Schoolchildren once memorized these famous opening lines, back when schoolchildren memorized anything.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair
President Obama at his Hundred Day White House séance proclaimed waterboarding to be torture. His was a clear, unambiguous, declarative statement. In making that statement, he opened up former President Bush and former Vice President Cheney to criminal prosecutions, here and before an international criminal court. And not just these men, but possibly hundreds of others, including members of Congress from his own party.
Cliff May, of the Foundation for the Defense of Democracies, takes a different approach to the question of whether waterboarding is torture or not. May was badgered by The Daily Shows Jon Stewart. Mays answer is not as yes/no, as on/off as President Obamas. May said it depends. Mays answer was more nuanced. Liberals used to like nuance, but that was when John Kerry was nuancing. Heres how it went:
Jon Stewart: But answer my question: Is waterboarding torture? Yes or no?
Cliff May: Defining torture is not easy. A simple legal definition is that it shocks the conscience. Cutting off Daniel Pearls head on videotape that shocks my conscience. Sending a child out as a suicide bomber that shocks my conscience. People jumping off the World Trade Towers because theyd rather die that way than by burning that shocks my conscience. Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, mastermind of the 9/11 atrocities, gagging for a few minutes and, as a result, providing information that saves lives, then going back to his cell for dinner and a movie no, my conscience is not shocked by that.
Are our consciences shocked by subjecting KSM to waterboarding? Apparently, this enhanced interrogation technique didnt shock the consciences of members of Congress who were briefed on its planned use. Some of us need to re-play those tapes of cell phone calls by people trapped in the World Trade Towers.
The question keeps coming back to whether we extend all the rights of American citizens to captured terrorists. And the question also comes back to whether the terrorists are to be accorded all the protections of the Geneva Conventions.
Increasingly, our courts are saying terrorists are to be given constitutional protections, here, in Afghanistan, and at Gitmo. Geneva is another matter. This treaty binds nations to humane treatment of prisoners of war. In order to be counted as a prisoner of war, you must be in uniform (John McCain was, Nathan Hale was not), you must be subject to military discipline, and you must be taking part in a war conducted by competent authority.
The Geneva Convention also governs respect for medical treatment of prisoners and wounded soldiers. Take Al Qaeda in Iraq, for example. When one of their IEDs went off in 2003 near Baghdad and killed and wounded a number of American soldiers, a U.S. Army medical HUMVEE raced to the scene. Waiting for the medics to arrive, the terrorists set off a second IED. It had been planted there specifically to target the medical help. Inside the HUMVEE, an American female nurse was burned beyond recognition.
The purpose of the Geneva Convention was to give warring nations a strong, positive incentive to behave according to international norms and not to engage in conduct that shocks the conscience. When we give Al Qaeda or Taliban terrorists prisoner of war status and Geneva Convention coveragewithout demanding anything of them in returnwe abandon one of the great achievements of the Geneva Convention.
Of course, some humans are not accorded human rights. Our courts have seen to that. President Obama named Justice Stephen Breyer as his ideal jurist. In 2000, Justice Breyer wrote the majority opinion in Carhart v. Stenberg. That was the case in which the U.S. Supreme Court struck down as unconstitutional Nebraskas law against partial-birth abortion. Justice Breyers opinion is worth quoting at length.
He described various techniques of late-term abortion that do not shock his conscience. Nor do these techniquesunlike waterboarding, unlike slapping, unlike sleep deprivationshock President Obamas conscience, or the consciences of our liberal rulers.
During a pregnancys second trimester (12 to 24 weeks), the most common abortion procedure is dilation and evacuation (D&E), which involves dilation of the cervix, removal of at least some fetal tissue using nonvacuum surgical instruments, and (after the 15th week) the potential need for instrumental dismemberment of the fetus or the collapse of fetal parts to facilitate evacuation from the uterus.
When such dismemberment is necessary, it typically occurs as the doctor pulls a portion of the fetus through the cervix into the birth canal. The risks of mortality and complication that accompany D&E are significantly lower than those accompanying induced labor procedures (the next safest mid-second-trimester procedures).
A variation of D&E, known as intact D&E, is used after 16 weeks. It involves removing the fetus from the uterus through the cervix intact, i.e., in one pass rather than several passes. The intact D&E proceeds in one of two ways, depending on whether the fetus presents head first or feet first. The feet-first method is known as dilation and extraction (D&X). D&X is ordinarily associated with the term partial birth abortion.
A little translation may be required: at least some fetal tissue translates to the unborn childs arm, a leg, or maybe her head. Dismemberment of the fetus with nonvaccuum surgical instruments means cutting off her arms or legs with razor-sharp implements while the child, still alive, is capable of feeling excruciating pain.
Rest assured, this is not torture. It doesnt meet the legal definition of torture because under the rule of Roe v. Wade, the unborn child does not meet the legal definition of a person.
Terrorists were once definedlike pirates and slave tradersas hostis humani generis, enemies of all mankind. As such, they received no due process rights. They had no right to counsel. They received no protections under international agreements. When seized on the high seas by the Royal Navy, they could be promptly hanged upon determination that they were engaged in the proscribed activities.
It would have shocked the consciences of our ancestors, however, to dismember even such low characters as pirates, to cut off their arms and legs, and to let them bleed profusely to death. The most inhuman of humans in the nineteenth century could not have been treated as the least of humans are treated in our enlightened United States, by order of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Our new president abhors torture, unless it is the torture of the unborn. In that case, it is not torture at all, but simply inducing fetal demise.
This great international uproar over what is and is not torture has been generated because of the treatment of three known mass murderers. The slaughter of innocents in their thousands elicits no international outrage. This is part of what Justice Breyer sees as evolving international standards of decency.
In my opinion, the Obama Administrations abortion agenda is indeed a crime against humanity.
This weekend, President Obama will receive an honorary Doctor of Laws from the University of Notre Dame. There, he will be honored, among other things, for his brave stand against torture. He has appointed Kathleen Sebelius to head our nations health system. She is a disciple of the most notorious late-term abortionist in the county, a dismemberer, by his own count, of 60,000 fetuses. The President and Secretary Sebelius want to force us all to pay for abortion-on-demand. They want to force doctors and nurses to take part in killing unborn children. They will doubtless tell us our consciences should not be shocked. Theyre only inducing fetal demise. Heaven help us all. And Heaven help Notre Dame.
Abortion is still murder!
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