Skip to comments.Nancy Pelosi Describes Supernatural Encounter with Pro-Life Feminists
Posted on 10/03/2018 9:11:00 AM PDT by Olog-hai
House of Representatives Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) told the Texas Tribune that she felt famous feminists crowding her in her chair during her first meeting with President George W. Bush in the White House after becoming part of the Democratic leadership in the House of Representatives. [ ]
Three of these women (Susan B.) Anthony, (Elizabeth Cady) Stanton and (Alice) Paul were also pro-life, in contrast to Pelosis pro-abortion views.
In her interview, Pelosi suggested that a womans right to have an abortion was non-negotiable. One place you cant find common ground, I can just tell you this, is on the issue of a womans right to choose. That is the thing that is an absolute, Pelosi stated.
According to Feminists for Life, a nonprofit, nonpartisan grassroots organization which opposes abortion, Paul held a very different point of view. When feminists began to link the Equal Rights Act (ERA) with abortion, Paul opposed this trend, saying, Abortion is the ultimate exploitation of women. [ ]
Anthony and Stanton also opposed abortion. The Revolution, the paper that Anthony and Stanton published together, editorialized against abortion, terming it child murder and infanticide while compassionately addressing its root causes in womens oppression and advocating family planning, Feminists for Life wrote.
In addition, Anthony made an anti-abortion comment in a speech in 1875. According to Feminists for Life, in the speech, abortion is listed with infanticide and other murders among the negative consequences of the evils perpetrated by men.
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Margaret Sanger was opposed to abortion too. Not many know that.
These idiot immature Liberals LOVE writing movie scripts in their empty heads... and acting like it’s REALITY. They ALL watch way TOOOOOO many movies and TOOOO much TV
THATS A LIÉ!!! Sanger was ALL about ABORTION!!!!
I believe Nancy. I saw the ghosts of Jerry Lewis in the Nutty Professor next to a Blasy-Ford while she testified, while the ghosts of Jon Lovitz (he was early) and Joe Isuzu nodded as she spoke. The ghost of Ted Kennedy was rubbing her boobs.
"...and I always thought it was the knot in her depends"
> she felt famous feminists crowding her in her chair during her first meeting with President George W. Bush <
Can you imagine if any Republican said anything close to that? There would be SNL skits mocking her. And CNN would be featuring psychiatrists who would question her sanity.
But hey, Pelosi is a Democrat. So I guess she’s just more in tune with the cosmos than the rest of us.
No, it’s true.
Demobrats lie. Pelosi is a demonrat. Pelosi lies. However, she is just enough insane to be crowded by demons, so who is to say she didn’t actually feel ‘these presences crowding her. One thing for sure, if they were there, it was not human spirits but demons. She may be dropping into Hell soon and they are eager to ‘harvest’ her.
No, Margaret Sanger was not for abortion. She was vehemently opposed to it. See post 9.
Pelosi — “I had this dream where I ascended to heaven and went up to the 7th heaven. There I saw a dark lady in a white robe sitting on a thrown surrounded by a dozen feminists. They all were bowing down and worshipping the throne. There were sisgender male slaves attending to them all.”
The so-called “Catholic” Pelosi should be careful about invoking ghosts to support her positions.
Always centered on the woman victim morality. Woman might be “victim” of a pregnancy, but that in no way invalidates arguments on reality and the voices of other men. Besides now men can claim they can be women, but I digress because that is a cynical extention of abortion.
The issue is that if there is a pimp predator around or Planned Parenthood abandoning pregnant women and targeting other women for feotus tissue and sex working what not, I want to know about it and do something about it. The so called “pregnant victim” has no say above the other women who are predated upon and stand as victims too of such menaces as Planned Parenthood politicians and pimps.
It is a red herring to claim Ford or the “pregnant victim” who aborted are the only woman victims there, as in their emotions to protect themselves they cover up for dangerous pimps.
It is false to say it is a woman’s sole decision, because there are other women victim types. It also hinges on whether the man involved abandon the pregnant woman. He is responsible then for the pregnancy, the abortion, the rape and whatever wounds caused by that fornication leading to her being in the spot.
Similarly , if a woman were to become a widow with child and became ill herself, economics would be no justification to kill the child but to have it adopted. But in the extreme case of psychological vicious abandonment by a man, the depression might lead to an abortion, and frankly in this case, it is hard to prove such feminine attack on a woman, but he definitely should be pursued for such abandonment or psych attack as accessory to destruction of child in womb.
Isn’t it incredible we have all this righteousness on domestic violence and the state taking custody of woman, but when it comes to coerced abortion on a woman, zip nada nothing, state custodian nature does not take in domestic violence there
The following citation makes your point
However, Sanger founded planned parenthood. birth controllers to abortion So Sanger could be all about against abortion but just like anyone. You cannot be for birth control and against abortion
So here’s something a lot of people are unaware of. Pope Jon Paul II stated birth control is the precursor to abortion
“Sanger felt that in order for women to have a more equal footing in society and to lead healthier lives, they needed to be able to determine when to bear children. She also wanted to prevent so-called back-alley abortions, which were common at the time because abortions were illegal in the United States. She believed that while abortion was sometimes justified it should generally be avoided, and she considered contraception the only practical way to avoid them.”
Nasty P. Lousy has advanced dementia.
Now did she at some point in time get convinced that abortions should be a woman's right? I can't find anything to support that thought. She decided before Roe v Wade was heard in the courts.
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