This is the Pro-life Vid of the day over at Jill Stanek’s pro-life place.
Richard Mourdock on seeing only “life of the mother” as sufficient excuse for abortion: “I struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize that life is that gift from God. And, I think, even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen.” Mourdock did not back down when asked to explain his statement: “What I said was, in answering the question form my position of faith, I said I believe that God creates life. I believe that as wholly and as fully as I can believe it. That God creates life. Are you trying to suggest that somehow I think that God pre-ordained rape? No, I don’t think that. That’s sick. Twisted. That’s not even close to what I said. What I said is that God creates life.”
Pharmer will have to send a another donation to Mourdock’s campaign today.
Not a dime was sent to the Romney campaign because he threw Todd Akin under the bus.
The Republican establishment leadership showed your friendly Pharmer their lack of gonads one too many times, and now there is no use for the party affiliation.
Romney’s response to Mourdock is expected. The only reason to vote for Romney is to get rid of Obama, who is crazy for abortion.
Hopefully Mourdock will continue to stick to his guns with respect to this statement. A pregnancy from rape can produce as big a gift as any other kind of unplanned pregnancy.
Why have people become so offended by the idea that God decides the life and death matters?
The failed control freaks will be identifiable by their reaction to Mourdock’s statement.
One last note: Abortion is frequently and successfully used for concealing the fact of rape. Planned Parenthood is known for assisting with this concealment.
Mark Clayton, who won the Democrat primary to run against Republican Senator Bob Corker, has been dumped by his party for being too conservative.
Clayton is vice president of a group called Public Advocate of the United States. Below are ideas which this group upholds, (quoted from their own website) which are ANATHEMA to the Democrat party,
A federal traditional marriage (man-woman) amendment to the Constitution to defend tradional marriage from assaults from those who claim to promote “same sex marriage”;
School prayer and the freedom of religious expression in public places;
Faith-based and community initiatives;
The promotion and protection of the Boy Scouts, organized sports and other activities that reinforce morality, accountability and leadership in our youth;
Tax cuts and the exposure of wasteful “pork barrel” spending for the benefit of liberal special interests;
Equality under the law, regardless of one’s sexual orientation.
The Tennessee Dems so strongly oppose these values that they threw out the winner of their primary, and have essentially conceded the Senate race to the Republicans.
This comes shortly after the approval of a new morning after pill, Ella, which is an analog of RU486, mifepristone.
Francis J Manion of the ACLJ, and Mark Rienzi, of Catholic University’s Columbus School of Law teamed up as counsel to the pharmacy owners.
Deposed Governor Blagojevich’s original order addressing individual pharmacists had previously been overturned.
Judge Belz noted that the government had made no effort to advance it’s supposed interest in supplying morning after pills to women prior to April 2010, and had specifically targeted pharmacists of conscience and their religious beliefs.
Pharmacists for Life International has stored the original letter from Blagojevich which threatened pharmacists with loss of their license to practice if they did not dispense the morning after pill and all other hormonal birth control products and contraceptives upon demand.
The coverage in the Chicago Tribune is very brief, does not mention the newest morning after pill, and does not mention that the original order to the pharmacists was for them to dispense all drugs labeled as “contraceptives” though most are misbranded. It does mention an expected (hoped for) appeal to the case.
Philippe Isnard, a history teacher in the public school system of France has been fired for presenting the abortion debate to his 15 and 16 year old students, after complaints from post-abortive parents, abortion supporters and the decidedly pro-abort media.
Isnard noted that the kids are considered sexually mature at that age, have been exposed to abortion and contraception info, and have access to the morning after pill at school without parental consent. “If they’re considered old enough to be sexually active, they should also be made aware of the consequences of their actions,” he said.
Isnard is barred from employment at any publicly funded school, and all benefits and access to the social welfare system have been cut off. This is an example of the socialist government method of mind and speech control.
“Some might argue that life begins with the potential, with just one sperm … with just … one egg, so if we decided that we’re going to make it illegal for a man to get a vasectomy because we believe that life begins at that point, what’s to stop us from doing that?”
“We can argue arbitrarily that life begins at conception, which is the sperm penetrating the egg. We can decide it like that, but you are not respecting those who think that sperm or the egg standing by itself represent the potential life and that potential should not be cut short,”
Amusing as this is…. and even the legislators are said to have stifled their responses…. Pharmer has heard this, and stranger stuff coming from the abortion supporters.
Dr Bernard Nathanson, the last surviving founder of NARAL, who later renounced abortion practice, has passed on at age 84. The irrefutable evidence of ultrasonography, made available in the 1970s, helped Dr. Nathanson to find his right mind, causing him to spend the last half of his life as a pro-lifer. He produced the Silent Scream, and Eclipse of Reason videos to convince others of what he had come to understand from a physical and medical standpoint. Among his writings on the topic are the books, ” Aborting America” and “The Abortion Papers”.