The debate continues on the ‘No Federal Funding for Abortion Act’. According to the president, the outcome is already decided.
It’s all so hypocritical of certain people to want to end the lives of unborn so much that they insist the American people pay for it. People like the National Organization FOR Women…think of that for a minute. Women want to kill unborn baby girls that would have been women one day? How can anyone make sense of that? The Human Rights Campaign only cares about humans that they deem worthy, not all humans ironically. Religious organizations such as Catholics for Choice, United Church of Christ, and the United Methodist Church (and many others, unfortunately) all support abortion rights even when the Word of God says otherwise.
Prochoicers chuckle at how Prolifers are forced to pay for birth control and abortions for ‘poor women’. They’re poor alright…poor in making the decision to have sex and expect no consequences.
I don’t know one woman that had her abortion paid for by the government…not one. It’s always been a means to keep Democrats in office. The Supreme Court made abortion law and holds America hostage with it.
The Supreme Court continually seeks to upend, not uphold our Constitution. In the words of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg:
“It manifests no disrespect for the Constitution to note that the framers were gentlemen of their time, and therefore had a distinctly limited vision of those who counted among ‘We the People’. Not until the adoption of the post-Civil War Fourteenth Amendment did the word ‘equal’, in relation to the stature of the individuals, even make an appearance in the Constitution. But the equal dignity of all persons is nonetheless a vital part of our constitutional legacy, even if the culture of the framers held them back from fully perceiving that universal ideal. We can best celebrate that legacy by continuing to strive to form ‘a more perfect Union’ for ourselves and the generations to come.” The Words We Live By; Linda R. Monk
Created equal? Ms. Ginsburg has always been an advocate for abortion. ‘We’ are not created equal in her sight. Clearly Ms. Ginsburg has quite an inflated ego assuming that our founding framers were limited in their view of the law of the land and her view to be much more enlightened. She was a volunteer lawyer for the ACLU, co-founded the Women’s Rights Project and was nominated by President Clinton.
Regarding the ruling of the Hyde Amendment, Ms. Ginsburg said, “Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of. So that Roe was going to be then set up for Medicaid funding for abortion.” Apparently Ms. Ginsburg thinks along the line of Margaret Sanger.
Further: “A statement like this should not be taken out of context. The context surrounding this passage is a simplistic, pro-choice rant. Abortion, in Ginsburg’s view, is an essential part of sexual equality, thus ending all ethical debate. ‘There will never be a woman of means without choice anymore. That just seems to be so obvious,’ she explains. ‘So we have a policy that affects only poor women, and it can never be otherwise, and I don’t know why this hasn’t been said more often.’ Of pro-lifers, she declares, ‘They’re fighting a losing battle’ – which must come as discouraging news to litigants in future abortion cases that come before the high court.’” Michael Gerson; Washington Post
Ms. Ginsburg and others like her have acidic opinions that control us as a nation. As you know, we cannot vote them in or out, they are appointed by a biased regime. The Justices on the Supreme Court are there no to uphold law, they are there to rewrite it to their satisfaction. They see only problems with our Constitution. That is very dangerous for all American citizens, born and unborn.