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Aug 23 2012

Obama’s Unqualified Support of Late-Term Abortion

Other than his secret records, there is only one thing Barack Hussein doesn’t want the government meddling in — late-term abortion:

The difference between a late-term abortion and infanticide (which Obama also openly supported in his Illinois days) is a matter of splitting hairs.

In light of Todd Akin’s refusal to go away for the good of the country, the media will be using the abortion issue to clobber the GOP. Given that most Americans are decent people, it would make a far more effective club against Democrats.

Hat tip: Gennie.



23 Responses to “Obama’s Unqualified Support of Late-Term Abortion”

  1. Geeknerd says:

    The death penalty for the unborn, through no fault of their own.

  2. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    The Lightworker opposing Born Alive legislation in the Illinois Senate
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUkbuhXzbvI

  3. Bubba says:

    Too bad the Kansas whore wasn’t abortion crazy.

  4. AC says:

    Brought to you by the party which spared Charlie Manson from the gas chamber.

  5. Bob Roberts says:

    It is rare that I take serious odds with things that Mr. Blount says, but here is a good example of one of those times:

    In light of Todd Akin’s refusal to go away for the good of the country, the media will be using the abortion issue to clobber the GOP.

    There are several things wrong with that statement:

    1) We need to challenge the Democrats in EVERY RACE, including this one, so we can keep a majority and gain a super majority in the House.

    2) The Democrats would ATTEMPT to clobber the GOP with the abortion issue anyway. The poorly chosen words of Akin really don’t mean all that much, in the bigger picture.

    3) It would not be “for the good of the country” for anyone to simply cede a race to the Democrats – see point #1, above.

    4) We need to stop being so sensitive to people making mistakes – as we all do – especially when they’re really not significant ones. Though a poor choice of words, what Akin said is the truth: Normally, when it’s a rape, a woman’s body does have mechanisms that help prevent pregnancy. Rape does not result in pregnancy all that often as a result. Statistically, pregnancy after rape is extremely low – around 1-2%.

    5) If we keep falling for the “We asked you a ‘gotcha’ question and you were dumb enough to answer it” approach from the Democrats, we have no hope of turning back the quickening slide to the left that we’re in today. They will keep asking us these sort of questions. This was, plain and simple, a setup, an attempt to shift attention away from the economy and Obama’s record and back to the phony “war on women” that Obama is hoping will allow him to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat.

    There are lots of other points – think about them!

    The bottom line is that yes, Akin fell for this and said something stupid, but it is something also based on fact – they were trying to get him to say that he was against abortions even in the case of rape and his return was a botched attempt to say that, in nearly all cases, rape does not result in pregnancy.

    And we’re throwing him to the wolves for that?

  6. AC says:

    Akin’s ideology is beside the point.

    During the course of the election, he took money and resources from the party and MO Republicans.

    Then, he became unelectable by his own actions.

    He subsequently stood firm on his sinking ship, refusing to step aside so that another Republican could salvage the race.

    His words and subsequent actions have guaranteed that the Demonrat will win the election.

    Akin is a very arrogant man who believed the seat belonged to him, rather than the people of Missouri and those who supported him.

  7. Bob Roberts says:

    OK and in the spirit of full disclosure, I continued to look into the matter and found a study which claims the pregnancy rate from rape is a bit higher than the first study I quoted, yet the results seem to suggest it is actually significantly lower.

    CLEARLY this study was done by liberals and it was CLEARLY done with the intent of trying to justify abortions by the usual “funny math” that we’re familiar with them using in all other “scientific” work they do – I will discuss below:

    STUDY DESIGN:
    A national probability sample of 4008 adult American women took part in a 3-year longitudinal survey that assessed the prevalence and incidence of rape and related physical and mental health outcomes.
    RESULTS:
    The national rape-related pregnancy rate is 5.0% per rape among victims of reproductive age (aged 12 to 45); among adult women an estimated 32,101 pregnancies result from rape each year. Among 34 cases of rape-related pregnancy, the majority occurred among adolescents and resulted from assault by a known, often related perpetrator. Only 11.7% of these victims received immediate medical attention after the assault, and 47.1% received no medical attention related to the rape. A total 32.4% of these victims did not discover they were pregnant until they had already entered the second trimester; 32.2% opted to keep the infant whereas 50% underwent abortion and 5.9% placed the infant for adoption; an additional 11.8% had spontaneous abortion.

    OK they did a study with 4008 women (of reproductive age) who were raped. 34 pregnancies resulted.

    Now I don’t know what kind of math they were taught, but that doesn’t come up with 5%. That comes up with .85%, or less than 1%. Don’t take my word for it – divide 34 by 4008 and see what YOU get.

    Then they use some more “magic math” to claim over 32,000 pregnancies PER YEAR result from rape.

    Also, they claim that 34% of the women had no idea they were pregnant until they were in the second trimester. They skipped their periods for SEVERAL MONTHS and they couldn’t figure out they were pregnant? They had morning sickness and the other symptoms and they had no idea they were pregnant?

    Yes, clearly this study is an obvious attempt to justify late term abortions – to open the door and desensitize us to the deliberate and systematic murder of the unborn.

  8. Jimbo says:

    Liberals are murderers.

  9. Rotohammer says:

    Why do we have to put up with that “war on women” meme? The liberals’ war on babies is real.

  10. Alphamail says:

    Bob Roberts

    I don’t know where to start.

    I will start with: You are probably smarter than I am. So you may be correct. I’m open for adjustment.

    You certainly seem more energetic than me, with your very impressive voluminous posting content.

    However, even with my naïve and possibly ignorant worker-bee mentality, I’m going to have to give you 1 ½ stars for your assessment of Dave’s screenplay: “In light of Todd Akin’s refusal to go away for the good of the country, the media will be using the abortion issue to clobber the GOP.”

    Beginning with 1) “We need to challenge the Democrats in EVERY RACE, including this one, so we can keep a majority and gain a super majority in the House.”

    So we bend our morality for victory? For what would it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his soul?

    Dave didn’t say, “Don’t challenge the democrats in every race – of course he’s for a complete challenge! What he’s not willing to do is sacrifice his values for a questionable, stupid, irresponsible statement by someone we would like to support but can’t, because he has a mouth that isn’t controlled by wisdom, and that’s what we are looking for to dig us out of this mess.

    You : 2) “The Democrats would ATTEMPT to clobber the GOP with the abortion issue anyway. The poorly chosen words of Akin really don’t mean all that much, in the bigger picture.”

    So I should teach my daughter…..That person is probably going to spit in your face anyway, so you go ahead and sacrifice your values because they are willing to sacrifice theirs. Isn’t that liberalism? Plus, how omniscient are you to make an assessment of how much meaning his chosen words will carry? If the Obama marketers were successful in convincing the public conservatives had this bent, the results could be devastating – and your apology would be late and hollow. You have no hedge room.

    You: 3) “It would not be ‘for the good of the country’ for anyone to simply cede a race to the Democrats – see point #1, above.”

    So we shouldn’t cede a race to a democrat who is an excessive spender but should instead support a convicted child molester who happens to run on the republican ticket? I can come up with a thousand scenarios to make your statement ludicrous.

    You: 4) “We need to stop being so sensitive to people making mistakes – as we all do – especially when they’re really not significant ones. Though a poor choice of words, what Akin said is the truth: Normally, when it’s a rape, a woman’s body does have mechanisms that help prevent pregnancy. Rape does not result in pregnancy all that often as a result. Statistically, pregnancy after rape is extremely low – around 1-2%.”

    There is no way I am going to go to 5) after number 4). WTF???????????

    Not a significant one? This was not ignorance it was abnormal.

    Bob, bless your heart, you contribute a ton to this website, but I have a 19 year-old daughter and I’m going to have her read your forthcoming reply.

    Please explain to her the natural and normal ways her body is going to prevent pregnancy if she is raped.

    I know you must be well versed in gynecology or you wouldn’t have made such an incredible statement: “When it’s a rape, a woman’s body does have mechanisms that help prevent pregnancy.”

    Bob, my daughter and I are waiting. Please list- in full – all the mechanisms which will come into play if, God forbid, this ugly scenario were to take place.

    Give me your list!

  11. Alphamail says:

    Bob Roberts

    Having just posted, and seeing your response to AC, I will NOT expect your answer to me to be explained by MATH!

  12. AC says:

    Want to stop taxpayer funded abortion?

    Achieving 60 Republicans in the Senate would be a good start, so that the Obamacare monstrosity can be repealed in its entirety. This goal has been placed in jeopardy by Akin’s narcissistic entitlement mentality.

    If he wanted to help the people of Missouri, he would have stepped aside so that an electable Republican could have sent the corrupt moonbat Claire McCaskill home for good.

  13. Sam Adams says:

    Bob Roberts says:
    A woman who is raped becomes pregnant between 1 and 5% depending upon which study you reference.

    A woman who engages in a single consensual sex act gets pregnant at a rate of about 3%.

    It isn’t that much different for those who are raped and those who aren’t.

  14. Alphamail says:

    AC

    “Want to stop taxpayer funded abortion?

    Achieving 60 Republicans in the Senate would be a good start…..”

    This is the reason all of you who don’t want to vote for Romney because he’s not your perfect candidate, should go and cast your ballot.

    Our votes often decide regional outcomes which can drastically influence national policy, and larger conservative voter numbers play a huge factor in the psychological effect of a more even popular vote, which can tamper down the cries of unfairness if that vote is more closely correlated or greater than the electoral college outcome.

    ie: less reason to riot, et al.

    If you don’t vote it probably means you have trouble making decisions and you’ve given up on the idea that differences are even possible.

    No one can make that call.

    My grandpa would never have believed we would land a craft on Mars; my grandma would laugh at a hand-held phone without a cord that would allow her to speak to someone in Russia; and my scholarly great aunt would smirk at the thought of a small electrified metal box on her lap which would allow her to instantly access all the information ever known to humans.

    Doubt is the bane of man.

    Why don’t you believe you can make a difference?

  15. Antisocialist says:

    It’s Babykiller Barack married to the iVillage idiot wookie.

    The people that voted for him are wicked.

  16. Louie says:

    Ghost of FA Hayek, August 23, 2012, 6:38 pm

    Obama is just too creepy.

  17. whotothewhat says:

    I wonder if they will a abortion booth setup at the DNC convention this year.

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  19. AC says:

    This is the reason all of you who don’t want to vote for Romney because he’s not your perfect candidate, should go and cast your ballot.

    The presidency is not a collective body. We can survive with some benchwarmers and company men in Congress as long as we have conservative leadership. If the President isn’t conservative then all hope is lost.

  20. Alphamail says:

    AC

    I couldn’t agree more.

    First, don’t give up our opportunity to have a conservative prez.

    Second, they would at the same time be casting votes for other Republican candidates – in conjunction with their presidential choice – thereby possibly adding more Republicans to the senate (then possibly defeating the Obamacare monstrosity in its entirety).

    In other words, the opportunity to vote for prez also comes with opportuities to vote for others at the same time, so they should be sure and vote.

    This is my 2nd chance to agree with you, hopefully I made a better point this time.

  21. beforethestorm says:

    Ghoul….

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