Killers shouldn’t have guns and flagrantly stupid people should not own a computer. The opinions of people that have no idea what they are talking about but know how to surf the net to get a clue – is criminal, at the very least dangerous.
Again and again I read these half-baked articles about how the Hyde Amendment took care of federal funding of abortion. If that were true, we wouldn’t be having this conversation. Democrats continue to drive with blinders on assuming that if they don’t see it, it does not exist.
But come on, the government needs to stay out of our private lives when it comes to abortion??? If it weren’t for the GOVERNMENT we wouldn’t be publicly debating abortion 38 years later.
And if the government was staying out of our private lives, there would be not Title X funding for family planning and ‘reproductive health care’. In 2007, Title X was allocated $283 MILLION while Medicaid contributed $1.3 BILLION to family planning. Funny, it all comes out of the same pot, OUR TAX DOLLARS.
“My question is: What are you guys thinking? For a modest $327 million a year, the Title X program improves health, saves lives, empowers women, combats poverty and saves the government nearly four times what it costs.” (Cecile Richards, PPFA)
SERIOUSLY??? Cecile, where exactly do you think your fat salary and funding for PPFA AND Title X is coming from?? How exactly does this save the government money if it is coming from the government? And if this combats poverty, how is it the dollar amount goes up every year? I’d say that poverty is hitting us tax payers that are required to pay for people to have sex and abort.
I’d say the government is already in my business.
Theology SUPPORTS when Life begins; theology teaches it. This is basic Science but science seldom teaches it. WHY? Because the government is in our business:
“I get it that some opponents consider abortion, even some forms of contraception, to be murder. To some, you might as well kill a newborn as use a pill that prevents a zygote — a fertilized egg smaller than a grain of salt — from attaching to the uterus. But that’s theology, not science, and it shouldn’t dictate public policy.” (Bloomberg Opinion)
If this beloved government is for women and women’s health, then there’s some splainin’ to do:
“A teenager came forward in Ohio to blow the whistle on how a Planned Parenthood abortion clinic in Cincinnati had ignored her cries for help after her father — who had been molesting her for three years from the age of 13 — forced her to have an abortion. She told an abortion staffer, who was required by state law to report suspected abuse to police. But the women’s-health provider so beloved by liberals on Capitol Hill did nothing.” (Michelle Malkin, NRO)
Don’t pee on my leg and tell me it’s raining.