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N.C. Lawmakers Enact REAL 'Pro-Choice', Override Perdue's Veto of Abortion Ultrasound Bill ^ | 08-01-2011 | Sheri Urban

Posted on 08/01/2011 11:21:31 AM PDT by montag813

by Sheri Urban

Women who proclaim to be feminists or 'pro-women' prove their true anti-woman and anti-choice stances time and again. These so called feminists, like Debbie Wasserman Schultz - whose repulsive Palm Beach pit bull Lois Frankel is now attacking Allen West for supposedly "hating" women - are the ones who consistently harm women in their mindless obeisance to the abortion lobby. Add N.C. Governor Bev Perdue to this list of shameful faux feminists - with her veto of a mandatory abortion ultrasound bill. Thankfully, her veto was overridden by the N.C. legislature last week:

The Senate voted 29-19 to cancel Gov. Bev Perdue’s veto of the bill, which mandates a 24-hour waiting period before an abortion is performed and requires abortion clinics to provide mothers seeking an abortion with additional information, including an ultrasound.
Women who are thinking about abortion are in crisis. They need support, facts and guidance. Perdue, Schultz and their minyan of abortion vampires, are the ones who want to keep these vulnerable women in the dark. They wish to deny women complete medical information, when making a life altering, irreversible decision such as abortion. Before this truly pro-choice law, "Women’s Right to Know Act", more thought and preparation had been given to rhinoplasty, than to abortion. But that is the way phony feminist lawmakers like Bev Perdue like it. The less medical information women have, the more "Big Abortion" is served.

False "advocates" for women like Perdue, attempt to justify that their efforts to deny women information about their pregnancy including adoption alternatives and medical facts like ultrasounds, by claiming they are to "protecting women from trauma". But the reality is that Perdue and her ilk, are denying women the ability to make a truly informed, educated choice. Let us ask, would it be more "traumatic" for a woman to be denied the facts about her unborn child, have an abortion, and then regret it? Or is it more "traumatic" for her to see an ultrasound, and wait a mere 24 hours before making this monumental decision?


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TOPICS: Culture/Society; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections; US: North Carolina
KEYWORDS: abortion; feminist; perdue; prolife

1 posted on 08/01/2011 11:21:35 AM PDT by montag813
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Well, good on the NC Senate! We need more legislators with backbones to stand up to the evil abortion lobby.

2 posted on 08/01/2011 11:50:18 AM PDT by MEGoody (Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.)
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