Partial Birth Abortion

The Supreme Court meets today to hear the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act, passed by Congress and signed by the President in 2003.

What is partial-birth abortion? Pictures paint thousands of words-

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Many people are “offended” by pictures of aborted babies. Why?

Why are they not angry at the murderer of the babies or the system that allows it?

 

The pro-death rhetoric is always the same. The baby in the mother’s womb is not really a baby?

 

When does a baby becomes a “real” baby? Or what constitutes a “real” baby?

 

Some would say consciousness! I would say, “Can we kill the drunkards then?”

 

Some would say no sense of understanding! I would say, “Can we kill all the idiots in our high schools then?”

 

The bottom line is this, it is an inconvenient issue. It becomes an inconvenience to humans and therefore it is the humans who would exterminate them for the sake of their own pleasure, right?

Don’t click if you don’t want to see the parents of this dead baby (through partial birth abortion).

NRLC’s Douglas Johnson on National Review Online: “Is it really a partial birth?” November 8, 2006.

NRLC Media Advisory: Partial-Birth Abortion Returns to the U.S. Supreme Court November 7, 2006.

The Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act — Misconceptions and Realities, by NRLC Legislative Director Douglas Johnson.

U.S. Supreme Court Agrees to Review Federal Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act February 21, 2006.

Partial-Birth Abortion on Trial,” by Cathy Cleaver Ruse, Esq. (Shocking sworn testimony by those who perform partial-birth abortions).

Concerned Women for America exposes Plan B (8/22/06)

Plan B – Press Release by Concerned Women for America (8/24/06)

Family Research Counsel on Plan B overview

Plan B “Morning After Pill” causes early abortions

 

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Bush’s Presidency Ended Last Night – John Podhoretz, New York Post
Why Republicans Got Shellacked – Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard
GOP’s Error: Ceding the Middle – Ronald Brownstein, Los Angeles Times
Return of Economic Nationalism – Pat Buchanan, Pittsburgh Trib-Review
GOP Coalition Fractured by Opposition to War – Susan Page, USA Today
Congress Gets A Case Of The Blues – Chuck Todd, National Journal
Conservatism Didn’t Lose, Republicanism Did – Phil Klein, Amer. Spectator
Smackdown! By Independents & Moderates – Dick Meyer, CBS News.com
The Pelosi Years Begin – Eleanor Clift, Newsweek
Strategy Shift Likely for Bush – Michael Abramowitz, Washington Post
Bush and His Iraq Policy Were Big Losers Tuesday – John Dickerson, Slate
Abandoning Iraq – David Warren, Ottawa Citizen
Payback Time: Who the Dems Will Target? – Rhonda Schwartz, ABC News
ACORN Finally Comes Under Scrutiny – John Fund, Opinion Journal
Stranger Than Fiction – Kathleen Parker, RealClearPolitics
All Slander All the Time – John Ellis, Wall Street Journal
Eyes Turn to 2008 Presidential Prize – Edward Luce & Holly Yeager, FT
A Chance for the Democrats – Chicago Tribune
The Voters’ Message
Washington Post
How the House Was Lost – New York Post
The Democratic House
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Soldiers in Iraq to John Kerry

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Peggy Noonon on why Republicans should lose

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