Deliciously brutal: Laura Ingraham demolishes Texas pro-abort Wendy Davis in one tweet

Boom! Once again, radio host Laura Ingraham destroys late-term abortion proponent Wendy Davis in under 140 characters, this time with a stinging Sandra Fluke comparison.

After the Texas Senate passed oh-so-horrifying legislation limiting late-term abortion and requiring improved safety standards at clinics, the state senator vowed to keep up her “heroic” fight against the right to life.

How long until she’s attracting hilarious Fluke-like “crowds” that number in the tens?

Hey, she’ll always have pics of tampon earrings and exploited kids to remember this moment. And don’t forget the jars of feces her morally bankrupt supporters brought to the Texas Capitol. Hold on to the memories, Wendy!

  • Maypo

    And don’t forget Cindy (the Mom) Sheehan…..

    • nc

      Thank you! You just proved LI’s point that no matter how “passionate” these women are, a nut is a nut and her time will pass.

      • TP

        Like a kidney stone!

        • lainer51

          and gas.

      • CrossHugger

        But it seems like the liberals have an endless supply of hags and nutbags……

        • hijinx60

          “Liberals” and “nutbags” are interchangeable words,. Try it, it works every time.

          • CrossHugger

            Yup……And hags seem to be in abundance….

        • objectivefactsmatter

          They’ve got unions running all of the nut factories.

    • jb

      Oh no. U r wrong on that: Cindy is out protesting even as i type this in front of Barky’s Hyde Park residence in chicago. LOLOLOL

    • Jackie Morrison

      almost forgot about mama cindy, how is she doing now a days since her boyfriend hugo chevez has died

    • John Andrews

      Sheehan’s egg timer went off a while ago.. She dishonored the memory of her son…

      • Guest

        Plz she has dishonored her self not her son who die in the of freedom
        God rest his soul amen…

    • Neil K. LeBeau

      having major mental issues after losing your son to a war you didn’t believe in is a very big difference from what Fluke and this Davis woman stand for which is just dog crap grandstanding on the killing of unborn children and wanting taxpayers to pay for birth control for no reason what so ever other than the fact that she doesn’t want to pay for them herself.

    • Neil K. LeBeau

      having major mental issues after losing your son to a war you didn’t believe in is a very big difference from what Fluke and this Davis woman stand for which is just dog crap grandstanding on the killing of unborn children and wanting taxpayers to pay for birth control for no reason what so ever other than the fact that she doesn’t want to pay for them herself.

  • CatHerder

    Davis draws bigger crowds, because killing babies is evidently more popular than preventing conception in the first place.

    • Tigerspike

      I’d upvote, but the truth of your statement makes me sad.

    • 912er

      Like they want to stop the ones being born who slip through the cracks.

      • Wozz

        Was that pun intended????

        • muser

          LOL

    • TP

      What is wrong with demanding that ‘Abortionists’ meet AMA standard of care? And that care facilities that do abortions meet facility requirements? 5 month old fetus’s are able to live outside the womb! Sex was the choice NOT the child

      • Jerome Haltom

        I guess because the AMA doesn’t agree, might be one reason.

        • tedlv

          That statement didn’t make sense. Why would the AMA disagree with the requirement of abiding by their own standards?

          • TexSizzle

            Because they’re pro-abort.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            The AMA favor different standards for different classes of facilities. A dentist’s office doesn’t have the same requirements as a hospital, and neither does an abortion clinic.

          • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

            The bleeding a Dentist might cause has no comparison to a woman bleeding out from an or placenta previa or abruption which is more of a danger the longer a baby has to develop.

          • Jerome Haltom

            Unfortunately, that would be correct, had it a basis in fact. Abortion, at least up until now in TX, results in fewer complications than child birth. It is safer to have an abortion than to give birth.

            And yet giving birth in your own home is still legal.

            If you really think abortion is more dangerous than other medical procedures at similar facility levels, then simply offer evidence of such.

            Nor is any of that really relevant. The passage of this bill replaces what are currently safe abortion centers with… wait for it: nothing. Coat hangers, I guess. I’m not sure what the AMA’s opinion on coat hangers is, but Id imagine it’s not that great.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            The passage of this bill replaces what are currently safe abortion centers with… wait for it: nothing.

            Specious chop-logic. Speaking of ‘arguing from emotion’ – the bill *replaces* nothing. What it *does* do is make abortion clinics meet the same minimal safety and cleanliness requirements of a day clinic you’d go to for a tonsillectomy.

          • Emma Brown

            Your argument is invalid. An abortion is, simply put, murder…I don’t care who you are, or what you profess to believe, the deliberate taking of a human life is against the law…and when it is planned, and executed in advance, that spells MURDER. An unborn child should have the same rights as one that has been born. In the case of a pregnant woman who is murdered, or beaten so severely that the unborn child dies, the culprit is charged with two counts of murder in the case of the pregnant woman who is murdered, and for the killing of the unborn child in the case of the severely beaten woman. No one should be able to have it both ways…if the person who murders a mother and a WANTED BABY is charged with the murder of TWO lives, than the UNwanted baby should be allowed the same protection of the law..NEITHER child should be called “a clump of cells”, or other such horrific names…A child, BY ANY OTHER NAME, is still a CHILD, and should be afforded the same protection under the law…

          • sodakhic

            Exactly, Emma.

          • widower9

            Spoken like a true Amorite.

          • lainer51

            what are you talking about?

          • Alan Milton

            Right on Jerome

          • Christopher Richey

            Coat hangers? So, give us tax-payer funded, baby-killing facilities or we will kill our babies ourselves? Is that the argument?

          • 3seven77

            Ahhh yes. Here come the coat hangers, right on cue.

          • Jerry_In_IL

            It is safer to have an abortion than to give birth??? Not for the baby!!!

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Pulling a tooth isn’t invasive.

            Try again.

          • tmjjabberwocky

            @ Mike – you are wrong. pulling a tooth is an invasive procedure. getting an injection is an invasive procedure. Gah, I hate it when dumbassery voices “facts”

          • mike_in_kosovo

            in·va·sive pro·ce·dure (in-vā’siv prō-sē’jŭr)
            Any surgical or exploratory activity in which the body is pierced by a device, instrument, or by manual digitation.

            Grasping a tooth with forceps and extracting it is not, by definition, an invasive procedure. Cutting out an impacted molar, on the other hand, would be.

            Enjoy your dumbassery.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            A medical (RU-486) first trimester abortion is not an invasive procedure, either.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            A medical (RU-486) first trimester abortion is not an invasive procedure, either.

            Still on that first trimester thing because you *know* you can’t support your BS any later, eh?

            Gee, a non-surgical procedure found non-invasive… quelle surprise. Vacuum aspiration (also used in first trimester) *is* invasive.
            Any OTHER gems of wisdom you’d care to share with the class?

          • tmjjabberwocky

            @ Mike – you are wrong. pulling a tooth is an invasive procedure. getting an injection is an invasive procedure. Gah, I hate it when dumbassery voices “facts”

          • Bathing Suit Area

            It’s about as invasive as a first trimester abortion.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Except we’re not talking about a first trimester abortion…and you know this, how? Your multitude of first trimester abortions, or your expansive medical training?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            We’re not? The new regs apply to anywhere that does a first trimester abortion. (Late term is much more invasive and complicated, and should require stricter standards than first trimester abortions, which only take a minute or two.)

            Basic research can turn up this info. (I do work within the healthcare sector, but in a non clinical role.)

          • mike_in_kosovo

            *YOU* may be (in yet another of your lame attempts to deflect conversation) but we aren’t. TP’s post that started the sub-thread convo explicitly states 5 month abortions.

            So, again and as usual…you fail

          • Bathing Suit Area

            So he brought up late term abortions to support increased regulations on clinics that don’t perform them? That makes sense.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            And yet *another* attempt to mislead. All abortion clinics will have to meet minimum standards…said standards being no more onerous than those at any walk-in surgery clinic.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            All abortion clinics already had to meet minimum standards, as approved by the AMA.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Gosnell’s clinic was therefore, by your statement, adherent to AMA standards.

            Texas is now doing better than allowing “Gosnell clinics”.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            That would explain why he’s still free and operating now, then.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Life in prison with no parole is “still free and operating”? #LibLogicFail

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Your sarcasm detector is broken.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            My idiot detector, on the other hand, is working just fine….beeps every time you post.

          • lainer51

            no kidding!!! How is that job of yours as a liberal professor?

          • Jerome Haltom

            Bathing Suit Area answered for me.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Bathing Suit Area answered for me.

            That’s not a benefit to your argument, skippy.

          • Damien Johnson

            lol yeah, it’s really not…

          • Darth_Venomous

            Thread winner!

          • lainer51

            he’s changing his bikini.

        • lainer51

          the AMA is worthless; their “standards” mean nothing..

      • Jackie Morrison

        maybe it would make them happy if a woman could have an abortion at 36 weeks or maybe even give the mother a 4 week grace period and if they decide within 4 weeks after birth they do not want the child then they can find some abortion doctor to terminate it

      • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

        Women have fought long and hard to be able to choose to have back alley style abortions in filthy “medical” facilities.

        • Annie B

          How can a person look at themselves in the mirror each day knowing that their mission is to be able to kill unborm babies who can feel pain? I guess “Hail Satan” explains it all…

        • Annie B

          How can a person look at themselves in the mirror each day knowing that their mission is to be able to kill unborm babies who can feel pain? I guess “Hail Satan” explains it all…

        • Bathing Suit Area

          If the existing Texas abortion clinics are all so terrible, where are the stats in all the women dying and being hurt?

      • Sharpshooter

        TP, In Wendy Davis’s mind, the issue is not the safety of the murderer, nor the possibility that many less will be murdered, but the fact that a “MAN” is trying to control what she does with her body! Pathetic!

        • journogal

          Yet, I bet she supports Obamacare in which the federal government plays a large role in everyone’s healthcare. Sort of ironic, isn’t it?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            What procedures does Obamacare ban?

        • Tom Chipp

          Aren’t most abortionists men?

          And why don’t the aborted ever stand up for their rights to be such?

        • Jerome Haltom

          I’d imagine her actual position is she doesn’t consider it murder. Since it’s not, after all. Murder is a certain class of illegal homicide, after all. Abortion, being legal, is somewhat by definition not murder.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            And yet, should that same baby die during an attack on the mother, the attacker *can* be charged with a second count of murder.

            So which is it?

          • Sharpshooter

            We could argue semantics all night long, the baby is dead. End of story!

          • Jeff Adamo

            You can legally define a human being as another person’s property, but morally that can never be true either.

          • widower9

            Murder is simply “the shedding of innocent blood.” What is more innocent than the unborn?

          • lainer51

            tell that to the dead babies.

          • marvgoux1

            Jerome doesn’t mind 55 miilion dead babies since 1973.

          • Alan Milton

            They are not babies just a collection of cells. The real travesty is when they are born the right ignores them just check the Congressional records of GOP voting. Then maybe you have a leg to stand on if not be quiet

          • Christopher Richey

            By your same argument, I can decide that, because I am older than you, your ‘collection of cells’ does not have the same right to live as my ‘collection of cells’??? Just what dividing principle, do pro-death supporters believe, that says a baby’s skull, 1 inch from daylight, is not enough to declare it ‘valid?’

          • 3seven77

            Wow. Must suck to be you.

          • Alan Milton

            No I have a great life I am a Liberal who thinks for himself not a tea party sheep like the majority of these Twitchy followers

          • Christopher Richey

            If you call a tail a leg, how many legs does a dog have?

      • imapayne

        The Standard of care doesn’t apply to health care in Texas. Governor Perry’s sister stands to make a ton of money. Folow the money

    • Kat Katablog

      they got their free birth control – now use it damit!

    • 1SkepticalChick

      She’s drawing crowds that are paid & imported from out of state. Take those away & she’s Fluke all over again.

      • Jerome Haltom

        Hmm. I was there. Along with about 30 friends who came from Dallas, San Antonio, and Houston. I don’t remember being bused in. Me and a couple actually car pooled. Was I supposed to be paid? Damn!

        • Billie Slash

          Oh! YOU were the beta male who held the box of tampons so your girlfriend could carry the jars of feces!

          What a bunch of stellar young advocates!!!

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Keep pushing that jar of faeces rumor and someone might actually believe it!

          • trixiewoobeans

            Miserablism 101…when confronted with facts, DENY…DENY!

          • Billie Slash

            This fool couldn’t bother with Google to confirm—it was his turn to ride the unicorn!!

          • imapayne

            Your all Egotistic Idiots. Remember when Ed Schultz called Laura Ingram a media slut? He was right and he should not have apologized.

          • Billie Slash

            You’re an idiot AND a misogynist.

          • Turp

            Not rumor. Fact. Pull your head out

          • SpinMeNot

            You forget, for a liberal truth is anathema. They all walk around with their 5th point of contact firmly inserted into their 3rd point of contact.

          • Billie Slash

            Take your Speedo off your head, genius.
            The story is no “rumor”. HuffPo & DailyKos have fooled you yet again.

          • chngrffn

            Sorry but I don’t believe any of that disgusting behavior was a “rumor” since plenty of people got arrested for this. I am absolutely appalled that anyone could stoop so low to act in this way.

          • widower9

            Humans who lack a functional moral compass are capable of ANYTHING. Look at history.

          • Frank Drebin

            Texas Department of Public Safety
            News Release July 12, 2013

            DPS Enhances Inspections at Texas Capitol

            “During these inspections, DPS officers have thus far discovered one jar suspected to contain urine, 18 jars suspected to contain feces, and three bottles suspected to contain paint. All of these items – as well as significant quantities of feminine hygiene products, glitter and confetti possessed by individuals – were required to be discarded; otherwise those individuals were denied entry into the gallery.”

            http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/director_staff/media_and_communications/pr071213a.htm

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Not rumor – confirmed by Tx DPS.

          • Jeff Adamo

            Idiot=liberal

          • lainer51

            how sad – you can’t even spell sh** right!!

          • Jeff Adamo

            You just made my day!

          • Alan Milton

            No proof there that was all right wing BS go verify it before you stick your foot in your mouth

          • Billie Slash

            Thank you for being another glaring example that liberalism is a mental disorder. The story is all over the internet, idiot.

        • jorskippy

          NUFF SAID….LOL Car pooled in, pardon me…. LOL LOL

          • Katepatate

            Thirty friends in a car. A bunch of clowns. LOL.

          • Katepatate

            Thirty friends in a car. A bunch of clowns. LOL.

          • lainer51

            HA!!!!!!!!!!

        • Katepatate

          Here is a guy who wants all his women he has impregnated to murder their babies so that he can continue his sickening lifestyle. Don’t marry them. Impregnate them and get their babies murdered. Nice guy.

          • Jerome Haltom

            You folks are odd. Not a single response to me has been anything more than an insult. I’m assuming that’s because for you all this is an emotional issue, and not a rational one, correct?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Bingo

          • ForTheRepublic

            Nah, you just aren’t worth their time. You haven’t offered anything that some other troll hasn’t already tried, and they DO get tired of repeating themselves.

        • Katepatate

          Here is a guy who wants all his women he has impregnated to murder their babies so that he can continue his sickening lifestyle. Don’t marry them. Impregnate them and get their babies murdered. Nice guy.

        • 1SkepticalChick

          And you were not the only ones there from TX. Are you actually from TX or just here to go to school? How was the after party on the town in Austin? Been there, done that. Still do.

        • William Kent Jenkins

          you sure the others in your party weren’t

        • lainer51

          sure you were!

        • tmjjabberwocky

          how pathetically sad your life is that you take time out of your life to protest the for legality of killing babies. The irony of people that cry about the sanctity of life (for themselves) are so blind to truth that they cannot or will not admit if a society does not protect the most helpless among us, it will not respect or care for anyone

        • tmjjabberwocky

          how pathetically sad your life is that you take time out of your life to protest the for legality of killing babies. The irony of people that cry about the sanctity of life (for themselves) are so blind to truth that they cannot or will not admit if a society does not protect the most helpless among us, it will not respect or care for anyone

      • muser

        yep all 5 of her followers. LOL

    • http://amandakmelson.wordpress.com/ GreenEyedGal

      She draws bigger crowds because Planned Childlessness buses them in.

  • Hoosierdaddy

    Remember when “the future” WAS our children? Google “20 month old fetus ultrasound” and tell me that is not a human being.

    • Tom LaGesse

      I sure hope a “20 month” fetus is a human! :)

      • Hoosierdaddy

        Woops pre coffee :-)

      • DWAAP

        It is!

      • muser

        what makes it not human from the very beginning?

        • JeffyTheQuick

          See my comment above, post moderator appoval.

        • Annie B

          Good question! Its like if it isn’t human before 20 weeks then what is it? A cat? A hippo? It starts looking humanoid when at about 8-10 weeks or so? Hard to argue that!

        • Annie B

          Good question! Its like if it isn’t human before 20 weeks then what is it? A cat? A hippo? It starts looking humanoid when at about 8-10 weeks or so? Hard to argue that!

        • Paul E. Gibbs Jr.

          We need full term abortion made legal, then we can get rid of the liberals that want a fetus aborted.

      • JeffyTheQuick

        A just conceived egg is human.

        I like the “one second before” rule.

        One second before it’s a baby*, it’s a human fetus*.
        One second before it’s a fetus*, it’s a human embryo*.
        One second before it’s an embryo*, it’s a human blastocyst*.
        One second before it’s a blastocyst*, it’s a human zygote*.
        One second before conception (a zygote*), it’s just a sperm** and egg**.

        * A human with 46 chromosomes.
        ** 23 chromosomes each, singularly incapable of human life, and no science, real or imagined will make it human.

    • Jimmie Robinson

      I know what you meant…Hoosierdaddy…just check out the videos of a 20 week old fetus…

    • Michael David Davis

      What an awesome comment! Wish I had thought of that!

    • Jerome Haltom

      It is a human being. It is however not conscious, capable of thinking, desiring, or much of anything. Nor should it’s “human beingness” supersede the rights of any other to use their body as they will.

      What sort of argument is that?

      • journogal

        So when the fetus becomes a punishment, time to get rid of it. Why can’t they make the decision prior to 5 months. Why does it take 5 months or more? The couple made a decision not to use protection and took a risk, actions have consequences.

        • Jerome Haltom

          Why does it take more than 5 months? Being unable to get pregnant, or make such decisions regarding myself, I don’t know. Maybe you should ask somebody who wants one.

          Actions do have consequences. One of those consequences might be to pay for an abortion. Is this an argument for or against something? Why are your chosen consequences superior?

        • Ex-pat Rick

          That is one of the key issues of liberalism. People should not be held accountable for their actions. That is why they support late term abortions, next to no punishment for criminals and welfare for the lazy. They like the do whatever you want and don’t feel guilty about it form of society.

      • tedlv

        So if a person gets knocked out, say in a car accident, they are, in your words, not fully human. Why save them?

        • Bathing Suit Area

          You’re quite welcome to save them, just don’t force anyone else to risk their own health to do so.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            A physician’s Hippocratic Oath forces them to do so.

            “I will use those dietary regimens which will benefit my patients according to my greatest ability and judgement, and I will do no harm or injustice to them.

            I will not give a lethal drug to anyone if I am asked, nor will I advise such a plan; and similarly I will not give a woman a pessary to cause an abortion.”

            Hippocratic Oath (Modern version)

            I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant:

            I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow.

            I will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures which are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism.

            I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon’s knife or the chemist’s drug.

            I will not be ashamed to say “I know not,” nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patient’s recovery.

            I will respect the privacy of my patients, for their problems are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. Above all, I must not play at God.

            I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the person’s family and economic stability. My responsibility includes these related problems, if I am to care adequately for the sick.

            I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure.

            I will remember that I remain a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, those sound of mind and body as well as the infirm.

            If I do not violate this oath, may I enjoy life and art, respected while I live and remembered with affection thereafter. May I always act so as to preserve the finest traditions of my calling and may I long experience the joy of healing those who seek my help.

          • muser

            what is the definition of ‘risking their health? You mean mental health by having an annoying child around to stifle their sex life?

          • Annie B

            LOL. Yes, how often is a woman’s health risked? God made women to bear children since when is that risky? Random careless sex on the other hand, now that’s risky.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            If course, that’s why women have never died during childbirth.

          • Annie B

            LOL. Yes, how often is a woman’s health risked? God made women to bear children since when is that risky? Random careless sex on the other hand, now that’s risky.

          • Katepatate

            Since when has being pregnant become a health risk? Your mother took that “risk” I guess and kept you. Why won’t you afford others the same chance?

          • Jerome Haltom

            I once took a risk skateboarding. When I broke my arm, I went and had it fixed. I shied away from skateboarding again, but still did it, because it was worth the risk.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            You’re free to take the risk if you want to, but you should be able to opt out if you prefer.

          • Katepatate

            Since when has being pregnant become a health risk? Your mother took that “risk” I guess and kept you. Why won’t you afford others the same chance?

          • Falcon D. Stormvoice

            Abortion kills. It is not a passive action. Death is not incidental in the case of abortion, it is intentional and the direct cause of informed volition.

            It’s not equivalent to failing to save a car accident victim because it risks your health. It’s risking your own health anyway just to shoot the car accident victim in the head.

          • Jerome Haltom

            I think I agree with everything you just said: except I fail to see how the death of a fetus should be of overriding concern to me than the will of a person to control their own body while capable of doing so.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Because the fetus *isn’t* part of her body.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            It is inside of her body, and does not exist independent of it.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            Inside, not part of. NOT her body, so how is it her choice?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Carrying a pregnancy to term and giving birth is not a passive action. It’s hard work, it involves pain, and risk, and lifelong medical consequences. It needs to be intentional and voluntary.

          • Falcon D. Stormvoice

            Poor justification for the rivers of blood we’re wading in.

      • Dozer

        Libs aren’t able to be conscious or are capable of thinking… does that make them any less human?

      • Jeff dingman

        So I take it you did not see the testimony where a nurse said a 20 week old fetus screamed before the doctor snapped it’s spinal column huh?

        • Jerome Haltom

          I don’t tend to consider anecdotes evidence, no. I go with the currently held to medical opinion: which state somewhere around week 27 to 32 the proper mechanics to actual perceive pain are in place: and even then not fully formed.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            ONE opinion, and disproven by hundreds of thousands of preemie babies, myself included.

      • NRPax

        So it’s a human being but it doesn’t have rights because someone else’s rights supersedes theirs?

        That’s one of the most morally repugnant arguments I’ve heard on this issue.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          I assume then that anyone who needs an organ transplant to live has the right to take one of yours then, right?

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Your analogies are really stupid.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            You can do better than that.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            It’s obvious you can’t.

          • John Payne

            I CAN DO BETTER THAN THAT!!! If you can’t see what Bathing suit area is talking about then you’re 1 of 2 things…1) Either you’re just extremely stubborn and dense or……… 2) You’re a completely reprehensible human being who is so self-centered that you’ve lost ANY ability to exhibit compassion towards another human. Equally Disgusting and Sad at the same time!

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Whatevs.

          • mike_in_kosovo

            you forgot the ‘sarc’ tag

          • qet78

            Mr. BS Area, what is the reason for your user name?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Dunno, was just an amusing phrase.

          • qet78

            Mr. BS Area, what is the reason for your user name?

          • trixiewoobeans

            Same ol’ same ol’ out of the BS of A. He’s a one-trick pony. Made no sense at the beginning, makes no sense now.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            I thought more of a spavined mule… (mules, jacks and jennies, are sterile).

          • trixiewoobeans

            Miserablism “neuters” the poor guys. It’s sad, really.

          • NRPax

            The last time you broke out that analogy, you got slapped around like a hooker holding money back from her pimp. And given that I’m an organ donor and my will specifies that upon cessation of my life, all organs and tissues are to be donated, your argument is even more retarded than usual for you.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Why wait until you’re dead? You could save a life by giving am organ now. Or is your convenience more important than their lives?

          • NRPax

            Well, your existence is a minor inconvenience to me and a lot of other people on this board, but I don’t see you volunteering to commit suicide.

          • ElbethL

            And now you’re sawing off the branch you’re sitting on. Abortion is wrong in the same way and for the same reasons that forced organ donation is.

          • Jerome Haltom

            The government compelling somebody to make use of their body in a way they choose not to do so is wrong in the same way as organ donation is wrong, then. How about that?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            So is it right or wrong to force someone to go through a painful and potentially risky medical procedure in order to save someone else’s life?

          • ElbethL

            Violence against an innocent person is wrong, whether to kill them for the horrible crime of unwanted ness or steal their organs.

            Do you practice being this deliberately obtuse? (No, pregnancy is not “violence” and screw you if you–a man– try to tell me –a woman–otherwise.)

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Forcing a football sized object through a woman’s vagina against her will isn’t violence? Really? That’s your claim?

          • Guest

            You do practice. I knew it!

          • Bathing Suit Area

            I see you’ve been practicing at not answering questions.

        • Jerome Haltom

          That’s nice. We disagree about morals. You label mine morally repugnant, and I view yours as morally repugnant. Small surprise there.

          Is there any utility in stating the obvious?

          Yes. Some people’s rights should supersede others. Your right to safety and shelter should not supersede my right to my property. My rights on my own body should not been superseded by your rights to live by getting a new kidney.

          That’s how I see it.

          • NRPax

            My rights on my own body should not been superseded by your rights to live by getting a new kidney.

            Never claimed that it did. If I required a new kidney, I would be looking for a donor or being on an organ donor waiting list.

            But the fact you acknowledge that a baby is a human being and you dismiss it out of hand was what I find repugnant. If someone wants to use the argument “It’s MY body!” then they shouldn’t be engaging in activity that puts a new life there in the first place. Their lack of personal responsibility is their problem and shouldn’t carry over to other people.

      • mike_in_kosovo

        Nor should it’s “human beingness” supersede the rights of any other to use their body as they will.

        Too bad the fetus can’t have the right to use *it’s* body as it will.

        • Jerome Haltom

          Pretty much. Sort of cinches the issue, eh?

          • mike_in_kosovo

            If by “sort of cinches” you mean “completely destroys the point that it’s only about the woman’s body”, then yes.

      • journogal

        Guess in your world, too, premature babies shouldn’t exist or be given anything to help them thrive, right? Just let them die…

        • Jerome Haltom

          Why? Was that premature baby superseding on my rights in some way? Or anybodies, actually? Hmm. There’s no conflict that I can see.

      • Tigre57

        By that argument we should put to death all people in a vegitative state.

        • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

          By his standards, anyone sleeping would get the death sentence.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          No, we just shouldn’t force anyone to use their body to keep them alive.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Nobody’s forcing anyone to open their legs to anyone and everyone with a penis and get pregnant in the first place.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            “Anyone and everyone with a penis”. Dude, your Madonna/Whore complex is showing.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            So is your ignorance in the matter of female physiology. Again, not a ‘dude’. Go outside and fail more.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            What, you think women can’t get pregnant by sleeping with just one guy?

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            I just have to ask… do you honestly think these women are interested in monogamous relationships? Seriously?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            You really think that no married women have had abortions?

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            I never said that, however, the vast majority aren’t married, nor are they in monogamous relationships.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Stereotypes are not the same thing as facts.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Uh… where’s the stereotype again?

          • Falcon D. Stormvoice

            You have no point. Whether she slept with one man or a million, she was a participant in putting a human being in the situation in which they need her body to survive.

            And stop with the misdirection that we’re talking about induced labor and not active violence. The intent is not to get the baby out because the woman’s clubbing is so much more important than a child’s life (I don’t have too much doubt about which side you were on in the Casey Anthony trial), it’s to end a human life.

          • muser

            LOL

          • Jerome Haltom

            Thanks. You just aptly demonstrated why your position isn’t related to the life of a fetus, or what not, but about controlling sexuality. I believe a whole host of liberals will now celebrate that knowledge.

          • NRPax

            Then maybe they should not be engaging in the activity that produces life in the first place if they don’t want to take responsibility for the end result.

            Your laziness and ignorance does not become my problem.

        • JeffyTheQuick

          That’s Kathleen Sebelius’ job.

        • Jerome Haltom

          A persistent vegetative state? If so, yes: if their responsible party decides to turn off the machines powering then, then absolutely.

      • George Roberson

        Jerome, every time you open your mouth, you prove you are a living example of an abortion gone bad. Shame of your mother for her wasting her body on you, shame on your daddy for wasting his sperm on you. Seems you don’t mind all the folks being murdered, maybe your parents should have murdered your callous ass.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        Neither were you, days, or weeks after birth.

      • muser

        how do you KNOW that?

      • Annie B

        I guess my thought for pro choice is that you would choose only to have sex when willing to risk a pregnancy with the person you are having sex with. That’s your pro choice. Not oh gosh I’m pregnant, let’s cut this thing out of my body because its not convenient. That’s not a choice, that’s panic-induced murder. It reminds me of people who adopt pets then decide when its not convenient anymore to dump them somewhere so they can slowly starve or get hit by a car. Extreme selfishness and careless folly, very sad.

      • Annie B

        I guess my thought for pro choice is that you would choose only to have sex when willing to risk a pregnancy with the person you are having sex with. That’s your pro choice. Not oh gosh I’m pregnant, let’s cut this thing out of my body because its not convenient. That’s not a choice, that’s panic-induced murder. It reminds me of people who adopt pets then decide when its not convenient anymore to dump them somewhere so they can slowly starve or get hit by a car. Extreme selfishness and careless folly, very sad.

      • Katepatate

        Using your logic, a person in a deep coma should be murdered. That’s next. You liberals are really scary people.

        • Jerome Haltom

          Unfortunately, it might be hard for you to grasp logic, but I’ll try. You see, a person in a coma was previous conscious. Right? And while conscious he entered into certain agreements with the other people around him: that if any of them fell unconscious they would seek medical attention for each other, and not simply kill them. This has a decent, self serving affect of binding us all into a mutually agreed upon contract to protect each other: for our own interests, as we might be the ones needing protection.

          Also, why do you think I’m a liberal? I never said I was. I find I’m more libertarian about social things.

          • NRPax

            Small problem with your example: At what point exactly did a fetus sign an agreement saying that if it was inconvenient to the mother, its life should be terminated? And even if you can point out said contract, they aren’t adult enough to enter into a contractual obligation.

      • Katepatate

        Using your logic, a person in a deep coma should be murdered. That’s next. You liberals are really scary people.

      • Damien Johnson

        Wow. That’s the first time I’ve seen someone outright say it’s ok to kill a human being. What a monstrous waste of skin you are.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          You’re obviously not reading the Zimmerman threads around here.

          • Damien Johnson

            I wrote that 7 hours ago.

    • Annie B

      It is only a human when it’s convenient for the woman carrying it or her stud that helped make it, otherwise it’s completely disposable like last night’s take out Chinese…

    • Annie B

      It is only a human when it’s convenient for the woman carrying it or her stud that helped make it, otherwise it’s completely disposable like last night’s take out Chinese…

  • http://youhavetobethistalltogoonthisride.blogspot.com/ keyboard jockey

    Description of Wendy Davis and her followers, If you dragged a dollar bill through a trailer park……..

  • Txgirlinnh

    Memo to all gutter trash tarts (I.e. Davis, Fluke, etc): You do NOT represent women, no more than you care about them. With priorities like free birth control and unlimited abortions, you are truly abhorrent to any woman that was raised with an ounce do class.

    • Michael David Davis

      awesome!!!

    • Damien Johnson

      I think this destroyed them even more.

  • ElbethL

    I’m gonna hold off cheering until this happens. The libs REALLY want Texas.

    • TN05

      Wendy Davis might not even be re-elected. She got just 51% of the vote last year.

      • ElbethL

        Let’s hope this happens.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        Who are you kidding? They will just bus in people from other states to shore up that base.

        • TN05

          Not in Texas with the new voter ID laws.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Pssh… Law, schmaw… You know those laws are *only* to profile people, and not ACTUALLY meant to determine whether or not a person is of age to vote, as per the Constitution…. you know, not that we use ID laws for age restricted items like cigarettes, alcohol and gambling. And driving! Don’t forget that… /sarcasm

        • 1SkepticalChick

          That’s what they’ve done now. Pure effort to intimidate TX Leg’s. Sadly, some Dem Leg’s here are falling all over themselves in their effort to get under that bus thinking they’ll gain votes…from people that cannot vote in TX.

  • CheekyMonkey1

    The time has come for Male Birth Control pills.

    • nc

      Would YOU trust them to take them?

      • Bobby 1949

        you damn sure cant trust you women to take them

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      What’s wrong with vasectomies? Better route, and reversible.

      • daisypony

        If a woman doesn’t want to get pregnant, ever, let HER take the responsibility of getting on the Pill, IUD, use a diaphragm or getting her tubes tied. Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the woman because she is the one who gets with child. I’m talking about single gals here.

        • ElbethL

          It takes two to tango. If there was no rape involved, then the man is equally responsible for a child’s conception. And if there was rape or coercion, then he ALONE is responsible for it. And he should be held just as accountable for those lives as any woman.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            Who could argue with that?

          • Jackalope

            Nobody….and that’s the problem. The whole discussion of male responsibility, rape, coercion, etc. is just a diversion. The issue here is abortion. Nobody in Texas passed any laws about conception. They passed a law about abortion.

          • Remy LeBeau

            I can, because if the WOMAN doesn’t want to get pregnant then its the WOMEN’S job to make sure they don’t. Just drop by your nearest Planned Parenthood and get ALL the FREE condoms you want. All she expressed was it takes two to tango, but even in the tango, one must take the LEAD. If you are smart then BE PREPARED, and I don’t mean with excuses.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            “I can, because if the WOMAN doesn’t want to get pregnant then its the WOMEN’S job to make sure they don’t.”

            Let me make sure I understand you. You say that you, being a partner in sex with the woman, bear no responsibility if your and the womans act(s) result in a pregnancy?

            “All she expressed was it takes two to tango, but even in the tango, one
            must take the LEAD.

            To be clear, this she you reference is the ElbethL commenter?

            “If you are smart then BE PREPARED, and I don’t mean with excuses.”

            Like if a woman becomes pregnant,all of the responsibility falls on her? Thanks for the advice.

          • 1SkepticalChick

            That’s not what Remy said. Convolute much?

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            “That’s not what Remy said. Convolute much?”

            Convolute? That must be why I quoted what Remy said, including Remy’s capitalization for emphasis, and I asked for clarification.

            Would you like to clarify what Remy said?

          • 1SkepticalChick

            No where did Remy state that the man bears no responcibility. You tried to twist the statement by trying to interpret it that way. You fail.
            You tried to say that Remy implied that if a woman becomes pregnant the responcibility is hers only. Again you fail for the same reason.
            Remy did say that women should take responcibility for their decision to reproduce or not, & not get lazy or careless and then make excuses when they get pregnant, but didn’t want to. She SHOULD take the lead and protect herself.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            Let’s start with the context of Elbethl’s comment that started this conversation.

            Elbethl:”It takes two to tango. If there was no rape involved, then the man is equally responsible for a child’s conception.”

            No argument on my part. See my response to her comment.

            Elbethl: “And if there was rape or coercion, then he ALONE is responsible for it.
            And he should be held just as accountable for those lives as any woman.”

            Again I agree completely with her statement. Remy began his comment by saying he did not. Or to be more precise,

            “I can, because if the WOMAN doesn’t want to get pregnant then its the WOMEN’S job to make sure they don’t. “

            As far as Remy’s comment, I’m trying to understand with which part of her comment Remy disagrees.

            Addendum: If one says, and again I quote,

            “if the WOMAN doesn’t want to get pregnant then its the WOMEN’S job to make sure they don’t.

            What exactly does that imply in the case of a rape?

            Hello?

          • 1SkepticalChick

            You weren’t talking to Elbethl. You were talking to Remy. I did not mention Elbethl at all. Again, you twist & fail.
            As far as your question to me, the answer is Plan B immediately. In my family, in the case of rape, we have a 28 year old that we love dearly, & is a fine man now.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            Sheesh…

            Yup I was talking to Remy. Never claimed otherwise. If you think so, please read my comments again and quote my exact words.

            Remy said exactly what I quoted. Again, if you think otherwise, please quote my exact words in the context of their addressing Remy’s words.

            Remy responded to what ElbethL said by way of saying to me that he could argue with her comments.

            Since his comment took issue with what ElbethL said but was directed to me, I asked him to clarify his statements.

            Maybe I prodded him a bit, but his initial sentence,

            “I can, because if the WOMAN doesn’t want to get pregnant then its the WOMEN’S job to make sure they don’t.

            hit me the wrong way.

            As I mentioned in another reply, I simply do not agree that all responsibility to avoid pregnancy rests with the woman and I find it more than a little disappointing that a man or a woman might hold such a lopsided view of responsibilities. A child maybe. A man or woman, no.

            “As far as your question to me, the answer is Plan B immediately. In my
            family, in the case of rape, we have a 28 year old that we love dearly, & is a fine man now.”

            I’m sincerely happy for you and your fine young man.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            1SkepticalChick,

            You repeatedly said I failed. Ok fine, yet I’m still waiting for clarification on the questions I asked.

            When I receive direct answers to my questions, I will respond appropriately with either an apology for my misunderstanding, if I misunderstood, or I may continue to converse if appropriate.

            P.S. I suspect we’re in violent agreement on 99% of this issue, but I’m still waiting for clarification on the blanket statement,

            “if the WOMAN doesn’t want to get pregnant then its the WOMEN’S job to make sure they don’t. “

            especially as it pertains to a raped woman.

            Cheers

          • Jackie Morrison

            should the woman take responsibility to prevent getting pregnant or should she just trust that the man will do what is necessary
            kind of like playing Russian roulette with six rounds in the cylinder , you are going to loose

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            Sorry that I missed your comment Jackie… It was not intentionally ignored just busy.

            “should the woman take responsibility to prevent getting pregnant”

            Absolutely.

            “or should she just trust that the man will do what is necessary”

            Of course not.

            “kind of like playing Russian roulette with six rounds in the cylinder, you are going to loose”

            All too often, all involved, including a potential child lose when either party behaves irresponsibly.

          • BayushiZero

            Yes, ALL responsibility falls on her. A.L.L. OF IT.

            Why?

            Because men do not have reproductive rights in the US. Only women do.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            “Yes, ALL responsibility falls on her. A.L.L. OF IT.”

            Call me a throwback, antiquated or whatever you choose, name calling on the intertubes® seems to be the way to win arguments and influence people, but I’m going to call BS on that premise.

            If a fellow wants to enjoy the intimacies of a lady, he too should act responsibly.

            As far as reproductive rights, I think I’ll stick with pappys advice on reproductive rights. I’ll keep it where it belongs unless I’m prepared to deal with the responsibilities and consequences of giving it free rein.

            That advice has served me well since puberty, over a half century ago, and has resulted in only two children and a crop of grandchildren.

            P.S. Still no one says anything regarding my question about the reproductive responsibilities of a woman who is raped. Does that

            “ALL responsibility falls on her. A.L.L. OF IT”.

            apply there too? Let’s say a woman who is not currently sexually active, hence needs no protection. Anyone?

          • Goodyeargirl

            don’t forget the morning after pill…… available to kids as young as 12 yrs old………

          • ElbethL

            Apparently several people. Most of whom seem to be laboring under the misapprehension that because I think men and women are equally responsible for the welfare of the children they conceive, I must think abortion is the bees’ knees. Because apparently pro-aborts believe in sexual responsibility and care about the welfare of conceived children now. And, obviously, it’s totally IMPOSSIBLE for a pro-life person to expect men to be responsible sexually and not father children unintentionally. That’s just crazy talk.

          • LissaKay

            If men and women are equally responsible, and likewise, equally able to refuse to take responsibility, then men should also have the “right” to abort babies they create, despite the wishes of the mother. Or at least, refuse to be responsible for the child and pay child support.

            Equal rights. Yeah.

          • ElbethL

            If I agreed with the pro-abort vision of parental responsibility, then you would have a point. But I don’t. Abortion apologists are wrong when they don’t hold men accountable for their actions and that’s not a bandwagon I’ll be jumping on. Ever.

          • LissaKay

            Poor wording on my part. We’re on the same side. Both men and women should be held to their responsibility. If they cannot handle the possibility of a baby being created, they should keep their pants on. Period.

            Abortion (and birth control) is a gift to men who only want to use women for their own pleasure, without being committed or heck, even knowing her name. He can walk away from his responsibility and let her deal with the outcome on her own.

            If women want to truly be empowered, they should say No, unless he is committed to her and any children they might create. Anything less and he isn’t worth it.

          • ElbethL

            With this I can completely agree.

          • A.G

            So your saying that only men use women for sex and not the other way around. You must live on a different planet than I do.

          • tedlv

            Exactly my point. Thank you.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            It’s called “Termination of Parental Rights”.

          • tedlv

            Just curious. If a woman gets pregnant, and the man doesn’t want the child, is he, then, only responsible for the cost of an abortion, not child support? In other words, shouldn’t both parents have “choice”, if they both have responsibility?

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            “Apparently several people. Most of whom seem to be laboring under the misapprehension that because I think men and women are equally responsible for the welfare of the children they conceive, I must think abortion is the bees’ knees.
            .
            .
            .
            And, obviously, it’s totally IMPOSSIBLE for a pro-life person to expect men to be responsible sexually and not father children unintentionally. That’s just crazy talk.”

            This subject is a black vs. white type of topic. Most folks come down firmly on one side or another. And assumptions all too often get in the way of a good conversation/debate.

            Crazy? Nah… Just human nature.

          • Stephen Zeigler

            the judge or any father which has been through a child support case.

          • Corina Hartwig

            So why is only up to the woman to decided to get rid of the baby? Shouldn’t the father have a say on this?

          • Bobby 1949

            If that’s true why doesn’t he have ANY say so about whether it is aborted or not??? You women amaze me- you claim you have a right to do whatever you like with your body but then you kill off a baby because it makes you look bad in a bathing suit and want to blame a man- If its your body you are responsible unless it is rape then of course its not your fault nd the decision should be yours alone

          • ada star

            If a woman has all the rights and automatically gets the kids then no it should be a woman’s responsibility. What I mean is men are responsible for everything else. A man can’t get mad and call the police and say he was raped. A man has to pay half of his salary with no guaranteed visiting rights. So according to the courts all a woman has to do not spread her legs or buy a pill which seems like a better deal than the man gets, to me.

          • Hanna Harrington

            I would agree if the man had equal rights in determining if she kept the
            unborn or aborted. If he had equally rights to raise the child or not.
            The problem is the woman gets to choose so as long as it remains unequal
            I say it is her responsibility if she is single and not a rape.

          • 1SkepticalChick

            In a perfect world, yes. But no woman should ever fail to take every precaution needed to insure that she doesn’t get pregnant if that is not what she wants. Yes, the man is equally responcible, but few can be trusted to live up to that responcibility. Women need to look out nfor themselves. Always, & in all ways.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            He can always terminate his parental rights.

          • 1SkepticalChick

            Exactly.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            Dayum 1SC,

            “Yes, the man is equally responcible”

            I told you that we were in violent agreement.

            Have a good evening.

          • Dozer

            equally responsible? Then all abortions have to be done with the consent of mom & dad.

        • Jerome Haltom

          Odd. I agree with most of you. It seems a good method for the women to take her part of the responsibility is to do what she can to prevent getting pregnant. And it seems like the man’s part will be to do whatever he can to assist.

          And if all that fails, part of taking responsibility and solving the issue is abortion. Cheers!

          • JRu4Life

            It’s “responsible” to kill someone. How delightful.

          • muser

            they need to take responsibility to give birth to this little person and adopt him out to someone who will love to have a kid. They look at kids as an annoyance. They don’t remember not wearing a condom or not taking their pill.

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          How about she just keeps her legs closed, period?

      • Ben

        Not a thing. Did it after #3 and not looking back. Yeah, I have three kidsbut Ican afford to take careof them.

    • Gwamma

      How about you men learn to keep your pants up until you actually marry a woman? How about women show themselves respect and obstain from all STDS

      • scott

        Lol…just say no, eh??
        Yeah, that’ll work!

      • Remy LeBeau

        Wow, a man hater? Well as the previous commenter commented, it takes two to tango. So why don’t you leave your pants or dress on, as well. Men may be pigs but they are usually lead to the trough; so don’t play the innocent one here, Missy. Women love sex just as much as men, who are you kidding here? smh.

        • jules2u

          So you are saying that because a horse was led to water it must partake of the water? Never knew men were so weak.

      • LissaKay

        How about everyone keep their pants on … unless they are going to accept the possibility that a baby could be created.

    • Michael David Davis

      …or, perhaps, libido control pills.

    • Jackie Morrison

      male birth control is the word no from the woman

  • TocksNedlog

    “Some believe this fight is over with this vote tonight, but they’re wrong. The fight for the future of Texas is just beginning.”
    — WTFluke? Sounds like she’s really going to run for Governor. Well, Miss Wendy, here’s a campaign song for you: ‘You gotta fight, for your right, to kill baaaaa-bies!’

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      Or campaign slogan: Less Americans, more Mexicans.

  • rwnutjob

    Tell it like it is. 20 weeks is 5 months of a 9 month pregnancy. #changethenarrative

  • brewerandpatriot

    How can Ms. Davis “fight for the future” while killing the future at the same time?

    • 912er

      No worries….In 15-20 years,she will just replace the aborted babies with a few million more Mexicans.

      • GotMyLoveGlassesOn

        Then she’ll start killing them off.

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      Egg Zachary! I just tweeted her the same thing.

    • Michael David Davis

      Brilliant point!!!

    • Stephen Zeigler

      it’s called democratic logic. No don’t try to figure it out. as there is no out.

    • muser

      Good point

  • USPatriot

    Women: Decide by 5 weeks not 5 months. Better yet use the FREE birth control Fulkie demanded.
    Men: Its on you too. Keep it in your pants or put a hood on it for crying out loud.

    • JRu4Life

      There’s a human being there at 5 weeks, too. And at 2 weeks…and at 1 day. How about if men AND women show some self-control & restraint and stop acting like animals who can’t keep themselves from humping indiscriminately?

  • fishydude

    I’m sure she would back mandatory DNA screening of all babies before birth in the name of “choice.” The gubmint will give the mother a choice. If the baby is found to have any if a number of known genetic “defects” like Down syndrome our CF, the mother will be given a choice, kill the baby or be denied all future access to health care. In the name if cost effective care of course. Can allow any future burdens on taxpayers to be born.
    Screening is already near mandatory in Denmark. The UK is almost there too.

    • crookedwren

      One of the many horrors of socialism — “planned economies” of any stripe. I don’t understand why more people cannot see the end game.

    • daisypony

      How about if it’s determined that the baby is gay or lesbian.

      • Stephen Zeigler

        how about if it’s black…..as most abortions are. Where is JJ and Al on this murder by state. Insane to think killing any child is normal as if 5 weeks or five months makes any difference in what WILL BE. Why not give them five years, then if the kid proves to be a burden or turns out to be a little Tray, inform Child care to take him out with the trash. Why not….it’s all the same.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        That’s not able to be determined in utero. No gay gene, sorry.

        • JRu4Life

          Exactly – being gay is a choice made by an individual well after birth. More proof that all choices are not good choices.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            +1 Agreed, though maybe not a conscious choice.. more through sub-conscious “programming”.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            When did you choose to be straight? Did you write up a list of pros and cons?

          • JRu4Life

            Being normal is not a choice. Choosing to deviate from the norm is. Simple. And, just because you can insert something somewhere doesn’t mean you should. I can stick my finger in a light socket but it’s not a good idea, is it?

      • Bathing Suit Area

        The people who are anti gay are usually the same ones who are anti abortion, so it’s not an issue. Unless conservatives are huge hypocrites.

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          Most conservatives (another matter you’re woefully ignorant of) aren’t “anti-gay” as you say. They, and myself included, are “anti-gay behavior”. There is a difference, so get it right next time.

          • Damien Johnson

            Not to mention we don’t care who’s gay and what people do in the privacy of their own homes. We just don’t want it pushed in our faces or promoted to our kids.

  • Don Truscott

    Its great how all these libs have time to protest everything that they dont agree with……get a job !!

    • Remy LeBeau

      What’s even funnier, Don, is they themselves could’ve been aborted but the parents decided to keep it, they never think about that possibility, do they?

      • jules2u

        Reminds me of Chelsae Clinton wishing her great grandmother had access to an abortion. No grandmother, no mother, no daughter. I guess she is stating she wishes she had never been born? How bright for a former med student

      • bonnieblue2A

        Sometimes I think the bloodlust exhibited by these radical baby killers is an expression of self-hatred. Maybe in fact some are such miserable human beings that they wish they never had been born.

    • bonnieblue2A

      This is a job for the professional pro-abortion agitators. A previous twitchy thread showed a screen-shot of the Craigslist “get paid to protest” ads run specifically to show up and protest this Texas HB#2 vote.

  • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

    .@WendyDavisTexas How can there be a future when you advocate the killing of future TX residents. #Disconnect #Stand4Life

  • LR99

    I’m sure that most of these liberal women would change their minds if they physically saw a 20 week old child and how it is aborted!! The problem with liberals is that they live in utopia until it actually affects them personally!

    Texas isn’t banning abortions but making it safer and limiting it to a length of time where we know the fetus has not yet developed. What’s wrong with that?

    And then of course there’s the liberal argument that no one should interfere with a woman’s medical care yet those same women want someone else (tax payers) to pay for their medical care!!

    • jba

      Couldn’t say it any better and with more truth..

    • nywireguy1

      Yes, it’s much easier to abort a “fetus” than an unborn baby. I’m pretty sure that’s why they came up with a different name – to make it sound clinical and non-personal. It’s still an UNBORN BABY…

    • DrJKH

      “limiting it to a length of time where we know the fetus has not yet developed.”

      What kind of nonsense is that? It’s a developing human being from conception until retirement and beyond, until natural death. Fetus is merely a term of convenience to define a period of time during that development. It doesn’t actually become something else or suddenly “developed” at 20 weeks, or ANY other point.

      • LR99

        Takeaway the religious aspect and from a clinical point conception is not the same as a fetus! Get a grip!

    • Pamiam

      There are brain waves in a baby at 5 weeks in the womb, and the Medical term for a live person is brain waves, like when someone is clinically dead they don’t give off brain waves. So the little person is a live person at 5 weeks. It should be murder to abort a baby any time.

  • ModdKenwood

    I believe ALL pro abortion women should put up or shut up and have an abortion themselves to prove they’re committed to their “religion”.

    • mediazorba

      How could they find men desperate enough to impregnate them?

      • DreadPirateStarbucks

        Oh well that’s why all the beta males flock to the left.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          LOL, a guy who thinks “beta males” is a real thing.

          • Darth_Venomous

            Said one of Twitchy’s resident d-bag beta males.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            LOL. Keep on believing, Darth.

          • Darth_Venomous

            Who needs faith when the proof of your d-baggery is there for us all to see, BSA-hole?

          • Darth_Venomous

            Who needs to “believe”, chumpette? You prove it up every single day here.

          • DreadPirateStarbucks

            Well, then there’s this guy… Just saying. They are real as sure as you tuck your weiner behind when you dance in the mirror. http://www.streetcarnage.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/tumblr_mhvi9bLk7p1rtcur5o1_1280-1.jpg

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Are those glasses photoshopped on?

          • DreadPirateStarbucks

            You tell me. Isn’t that a picture of you?

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Well gee. What would you call a male who isn’t alpha male?

          • Bathing Suit Area

            LOL, a guy who thinks “alpha male” is a real thing.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            I’m not a guy, so you fail there. And there is such a thing, moron. Didn’t you take psychology in school? Let me explain another way, since you are ignorant of the matter: it’s typically referred to as “A-type” personalities. Of which you aren’t one. /sadface

            http://news.menshealth.com/anatomy-of-alpha-male/2012/02/28/

    • Bathing Suit Area

      Huh? Do you want to ban heart transplants? If not, you’d better get one to prove it.

  • DreadPirateStarbucks

    Wouldn’t the “future” include,you know, kids?!? Guess that’s the point. Why are leftists so suicidal/homicidal?

    • lissmth

      Leftists kill their children at a considerably higher rate than conservatives. Eventually, they’ll wipe themselves out.

      • StopThisMadness

        That’s why they need amnesty. Between gay marriage and abortion, their party is exterminating itself.

        • DHiles

          Spot on!

  • O.G. Shocker

    There is an AD on this page “Thanking Wendy Davis”! FFS!

  • crookedwren

    Women killing their own babies. Bet that Wendy Davis is against capital punishment. Any bets?

    • Brenda Busken

      oh yeah they always are personally i am against both

    • Thale Taxurfeet

      “Bet that Wendy Davis is against capital punishment. Any bets?”

      Nope. Think about it. How can someone who supports unrestricted third trimester abortion support murdering a murder? Even when the killing is carried out by the State based upon a justly arrived at jury trial and sentencing process which was maintained through a lengthly appeals process.

      Since I doubt the pro-choice crowd looks at that way, it must be a subliminal form of self-preservation via smoke and mirrors.

      • crookedwren

        Just an observation: Leftists who believe in unrestricted abortions also tend to be against capital punishment. Seems contradictory to me, but there it is. . . .

        • Thale Taxurfeet

          It does seem contradictory, unless you consider the use of a State execution to punish murders notion I mentioned… But that also depends on whether you consider unrestricted third trimester abortions to be murder.

          • Hiraghm

            Execution isn’t exactly punishment… it’s ending a threat.

          • Thale Taxurfeet

            IMO executing convicted murders would cover both. But that’s just me.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Like the threat to push your skull through someone’s vagina?

        • journogal

          And against they tend to be against the second amendment as well…unless they want a permit; but only for them and no one else.

    • JeffyTheQuick

      Probably only for the guilty.

  • fed-up

    Fortunately for Wendy Davis, her mother then, didn’t feel the way Wendy feels today; else this would be a non issue.

    • Damien Johnson

      Sadly, some people will tell you that their parents are pro-choice in addition to being pro-choice themselves.

  • Brenda Busken

    i don’t understand the need to kill babies at any stage in pregnancy but to be against stopping late term pregnancy’s and to better the condition’s of the clinics for christs sake restruants have to go through more then damn abortion clinics and seems to me the whole argument for abortion was to stop back alley abortions
    as far as i can tell they are still happening just legal now and still killing women

  • StopThisMadness

    I just read an article where the leftists, in Texas, aren’t exactly happy that abortion has taken center stage where they are trying to change the state to blue. It seems that the majority of Hispanics (by a wide margin) are not only pro life but believe abortion should be banned…..entirely. Hispanics also believe in pro life, by a larger margin, than any other demographic in the US.

    • Damien Johnson

      Well they have a thousand kids when they come over here. The family across the street from me already has three or four and the mother’s stomach is already large again. Not that I have an issue with this, bc I’m not going to assume they’re illegal.

  • daisypony

    I am ashamed of these women. Do they even understand what they are protesting for?

    • ohspareme

      I know! Aside from the over 20 week ban, they are asking that clinics have some standards *gasp* how dare they?

  • Brenda Busken

    if its my body and my choice then its my body to do with as i please if i want to do drugs its my body i am putting them in if i want to make money using my body then i should be able to but there are so many laws about what i can do with my body that this argument is stupid it is my choice not to have sex its my choice to have protected sex it is not my choice to murder a baby because i chose not to have safe sex or to not have sex then i for sure wont get pregnant

  • MEOB

    Abortion is advocated only by persons who have themselves been born.~~Ronald Reagan.

    • ohspareme

      He actually said: “I’ve noticed everyone who is for abortion has already been born.” — Ronald Reagan

  • liverighteous

    Now, if all other states follow, there won’t be any crossing state lines of the determined murderers to go to. Why? Because abortion clinics will close since they don’t fit the mold of decency and will refuse to put out a penny out of their greedy pockets.

  • http://www.toprightnews.com John Urban

    Yes, but…Sandra Fluke WAS effective, for just a few months yes, but right before the critical 2012 elections. NEVER underestimate the stupidity and gullibility of White women. White women single handedly gave us 2 terms of Obama and the first Menendez hung jury; and perhaps an outrageous Zimmerman conviction to come.

  • Patricia McDonough

    Wendy Davis is using all these useful idiots to further her political future.

  • $62155067

    I’m a Christian and I’m a Republican but this POS legislation is a TRAP law! Everybody is focusing on the part about banning abortion after 20 weeks and NOT the rest of the bill. As a result, Malkin, et al., have called Wendy Davis as a proponent of late term abortions, which is NOT TRUE. What Davis and the rest of Democratic minority in the TX legislature opposed the bill’s requirement that stipulates that abortions be performed in a surgical facility within 30 miles of a hospital AND the doctor must have admitting privileges at the nearest hospital. Now that that bill has passed and will be signed into law, the number of abortion clinics will drop from 42 to 5!!!! Open your eyes, FIVE clinics in the entire state of Texas! God forbid your are in a rural county 200+ miles from the nearest plausible facility and its a medical emergency. I guarantee if the bill was written a two bills, one banning late term abortions and the other limiting access, the outcome would have been an UNANIMOUS vote banning late term abortions. So Malkin and Ingram, I have to STRONGLY DISAGREE with you, Wendy Davis is NOT a proponent of late term abortions. This law has done set back women’s rights 100 years and as women you should be ashamed. Take note, a similar law in Wisconsin has recently been struck down by a federal court and sure as hell this one in too! As a (6th generation) Texan I am greatly ashamed of my legislature.

    • SturJen

      What is wrong with a doctor having admitting privileges within 30 miles? To able to do so means many things: 1. The doctor has a medical license. Many abortionists have lost theirs. 2. The doctor will be monitored by the AMA. 3. IF a woman gets injured by the abortion, then the doctor will be investigated for malpractice within months and not allowed to maim others like Gosnell did for over 15 years. 4. The doctor will be forced to admit whether he/she has a trained staff, or just using untrained workers. It is all to make sure the doctor is professiomnal and not just a butcher.

    • Hiraghm

      How about letting the free market work, then? If there’s such a demand for abortions, abortion clinics will be upgraded to hospital status, more hospitals will be built.

      If 30 miles to a hospital is too far for abortion, imagine if you’ve had a head trauma, or major injury to a limb. If it’s so terrible, why are you living so far from a hospital?

      • Bathing Suit Area

        If you want the free market to work, why are you asking for regulations? Won’t women just choose to go to safer clinics?

        • Hiraghm

          I’m not asking for more regulations. I’m demanding that women and their butchers doctors no longer be given the special exception to the laws against murder.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            Ah, so you’re not pretending that this is about making things safer anymore.

          • Hiraghm

            You’re conflating me with those behind the Texas law.
            I support the law because it’s a step in the right direction.
            The bill is, unfortunately, also about making things safer for would-be murderers.
            If it didn’t have the 20 week limitation, I wouldn’t care about this bill.
            It IS logical that if you’re going to have abortions, that as few people become ill and die as a result (even though one person dies every time, anyway). I’ve no problem arguing the logic of this.

            But my personal view, having nothing to do with the bill, is that I want abortion made more dangerous for the perpetrators. As I’ve said repeatedly.

  • Janet Martin Daugherty

    Davis says “The fight for the future of TX is just beginning.” Keep aborting your future citizens and there won’t be a future, nitwit!!!

  • reggiemay

    I’m thinking the future of Texas is being aborted.

  • DLinz

    Ladies: If you want to control your body then do so. Don’t have unprotected intercourse in the middle of your menstrual cycle. Be RESPONSIBLE in the first place, then you won’t have any problems. There is PLENTY of sexual activity that does not result in pregnancy (if you didn’t know this already). This is the same conversation I’ve had with my daughter, and any female I care for when this subject comes up. BTW………5 MONTHS is plenty of time to decide on an abortion.

    • NRPax

      One argument I have heard in regards to the five month mark is that there are women who honestly didn’t know they were pregnant as they continued to have periods, didn’t have any symptoms, etc.

      Personally, I’d like to know what the percentage is on that type of pregnancy but I have yet to get a straight answer.

      • ElbethL

        It does happen, but it’s extremely rare. Like, significantly less than 10% of ALL pregnancies rare.

        • NRPax

          In other words: As rare if not moreso than the abortions done for rape, incest and to save the mother’s life.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          Late term abortions are significantly less than 1% of pregnancies.

  • DWAAP

    It makes me wonder why so many would fight for the right to kill babies, if they would only take the steps to prevent pregnancy in the first place. If you do not want children then take the precautions not to get pregnant. Simple really. A person who chooses to get an abortion is selfish, thankfully your mother choose life, so you have the right to speak out like an idiot! WOW! Victory for the babies!

  • Dan Gilmartin

    Buy prime time television time. Show a late term abortion on tv. The debate will be over.

  • Paul Panici

    Instead of saying the fight for the future of Texas is just beginning, I would say that the fight for the future generations of Texans has taken a HUGE leap forward!!

  • jazj

    So the economy is doing okay in Texas, people are loving life, abortion only up to 20 weeks, what’s there not to like?
    Oh sorry Democrats have found one of the few remaining U.S. States that actually lives the American dream only to ruin it for more food stamps, unsecured borders and infanticide.

    Texas be strong and you will defeat such filth.

    • DrJKH

      What’s not to like? Well for one, babies can still be murdered for the first 20 weeks.

      • TexSizzle

        We have to take it a few steps at a time; otherwise the USSC will throw it out. Look at the way the leftists got as far as they have.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          Thanks for admitting this is just one step on a slippery slope.

          • Hiraghm

            Admitting? That would imply some attempt at secrecy or sense of shame.

            You can’t undo a century of progressive indoctrination and corruption in one great leap. It took steady, unrelenting steps to destroy the society, it’ll take steady, unyielding steps to restore it.

  • algebra

    Wait for it: the diaper she wore will be auctioned off on ebay!

  • The_Bobfather

    The party that fights for the right of a woman to (abort) kill and an infant up to and just after birth, also wants the state to trump the right of the parent (woman) in the raising of the non-aborted child. Essentially a woman has the right to decide to kill a child inside themselves, but once successfully born the state will decide how to raise it. And by state, I mean the progressives in the Democratic Party. Talk about a multiple personality disorder. We should just refer to all of them as (Davis, Flike, etc.) as “Sybil.”

  • eeddggy

    Wendy Davis Campaign Platform;

    “If you’re female and like Murder, vote for me. I will fight for your right to Murder your child until he/she is 9 months old”.

  • BOStinks2

    There is no future if you kill the unborn off…

  • Jim Russell

    Wendy’s 15 minutes of infamy.

  • A_Conservative

    Watching this circus, I’d venture to guess there are a lot of women today questioning their decision to NOT have an (early) abortion.

  • Superpower

    The irony of Davis’ use of the word “future” is astonishing. -wurd to Wendy Davis, -the “future” depends on a child surviving the very thing you are supporting, such ignorance.

  • Susie Flinchum Hayes

    I know the liberal baby killers don’t want to hear what I have to say so I will let God say it…Proverbs 6:16… These 6 things doth the Lord hate: Yea, seven are an abomination unto him…verse 17… hands that shed innocent blood. Can blood be anymore innocent than a childs blood? Matthew 7:22, many will say to Me in that day Lord, Lord in thy name I have done many wonderful works ” I helped get laws passed to kill all those unwanted babies. Verse 23 And then will I profess unto them I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

  • Richard Vasel

    I always thought that “Children are our future” was the meme. I Was wondering when Wendy changed it to mudering babies is our future?

  • http://1staisnonpc.blogspot.com/ Constitutionally Correct

    Ring. Ring. This is Fame calling. Your 15 minutes are up, Wendy

  • EdwdLny

    Ms. Davis, you’ll pardon me for pointing out the obvious, but you are advocating, indeed demanding that the “future” be slaughtered. All because you haven’t the sense to cross your legs and say no or practice a bit of commonsense.

  • YoloCalVet

    May seem kind of harsh, but a woman that has a child out of wedlock should, 1) Put the baby up for adoption, 2) be sterilized because apparently she is not very responsibile and unable to make responsible decisions.

    • 1SkepticalChick

      You go way too far.

  • jsmiddleton4

    I hope the pro-life folks fight this thing.

    Why?

    The science is on our side regarding this 20 week thing.

    While I believe life begins at conception that it tough to “prove”.

    At 20 weeks? That is no longer the case.

    Medical science demonstrates clearly and does so with a large volume of information that at 20 weeks life has begun and is sustainable outside the womb.

    Pro-life folks could easily make the case that the Left is anti-science. Let the Left argue against the science. That would be an interesting place to put the Left.

    Also an interesting place to put an activist court.

    Position both against well established and abundant medical science.

    At 20 weeks this a child not a choice.

    • Hiraghm

      The left has always been against science. They support pseudo-science and mysticism disguised as science, but real science confuses and frightens them. (because it’s so cold and unfeeling, no doubt).

  • Chuck Nielsen

    Without a right to life all other rights are meaningless…

  • Monica Peterson Benninghoff

    Life versus Death. It’s a no-brainer. You’re not using your brain if you’d stake your life on fighting FOR death. Oh excuse me. They’re choosing the unborn baby’s life to DIE, not THEIR OWN. How convenient. Oh, excuse me again. It’s THEIR convenience that’s most important, not the LIFE of the unborn baby.

    • Bathing Suit Area

      I love how control over the use of your internal organs is reduced to “convenience”.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        What about control over your appendages? As in, keeping your legs closed in the first place.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          Why do you guys always say “close your legs” instead of “don’t have sex”? Honest question.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Because intelligent people equate those as being one and the same. You apparently don’t, ergo….

          • Bathing Suit Area

            But why the euphemism all the time?

      • Hiraghm

        What other excuse is there for changing your mind about the baby you chose to create?

        You go to Vegas, you play blackjack, but when you lose, you demand the House not take your chips away, and call them Nazis for doing so. It’s the same mentality.

        • Bathing Suit Area

          Or like driving a car, getting into a crash, and then wanting an ambulance to take you to a hospital for treatment. You choose to go near or on a road, you obviously consented to break all your bones.

          • Hiraghm

            No, more accurately it’s like driving carelessly and getting into a crash and suing the State/local/federal government who created the road.

  • Nanette

    These people are at best empowered by satanic influences! They make me sick..they are pro-murder!

  • Larry Newman

    I suppose it takes more than 5 months to decide if a baby caused by a rapist or incestuous family member should be aborted. It’s incredible to think that anyone in their right mind would say things like this and even more incredible that imbeciles are nodding their heads in approval…

  • MJ15

    Except Davis and Fluke aren’t really good comparisons. Fluke was a Georgetown University student who went to one congressional hearing in Congress, and only stayed in the spotlight for a few more days because Rush Limbaugh called her a slut. Davis is a Texas senator who could have her seat for at least three more years and might potentially run for Governor in 2014. She’s not going anywhere.

  • neoface

    True this woman will ride her Fluke 15 minutes until her horse dies from exhaustion. Is this passive aggressive that she wasn’t allow to abort her child in her late terms, so many years ago?

  • Ronald Young

    Great Day For Texas and Great Day for America.

  • MJ15

    “Today the Texas Legislature took its final step in our historic effort to protect life.”-Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who has also presided over more executions (about 250), more than any governor in history. How rich.

    • J. Cox

      The fact that you are too dim to see the difference says it all.I love how murder,and murderers are the left’s go to positions.

    • iconoclast33

      It was 253 to be exact, but you are misleading. Perry is also the longest serving Governor as well. You are using his (currently) 12.5 years in office and comparing it against the average 4-8 years in office of other governors. The average number of state executions under his watch is 21. For a state the size of Texas, I think that’s not too bad. Now lets go find out how many babies were killed in the third trimester…

    • BadGirloftheNorth

      While it’s OK for thousands of females (won’t call them mothers or women) preside over the slaughtering/butchering/murdering of their own children BEFORE they have been tried and convicted of slaughtering/ butchering/ murdering anyone???
      Governor Rick Perry has also been in office for 13+ years. The longest any other governor has been in office in Texas is 6-ish. Shall I do the math for you, too?
      It is good to know something, or you’ll just totally show your ass; when posting on a site where people are smart and informed.

    • Hiraghm

      Yes, and every one of those executions protected life.

  • WendyinOK

    On behalf of Wendy’s everywhere, I apologize for Wendy Davis being soooo misguided.

  • rowdygirl726

    If you kill all the babies, there IS no future texas.

    • Bathing Suit Area

      Good thing nobody’s advocating that, then.

      • JRu4Life

        Oh, but some people are. There are wacko environmentalist extremists who believe all humans are evil (except, I guess, themselves) and that everyone should stop having children. But not you, right? I can see by your other posts how intelligent and logical you are. #sarcasm

  • Mars Axis

    The favorite pastime of Wendy Davis, feminazis/lesbians and other liberals = getting attention, because their sick twisted agendas tend to get ignored.

  • Micki280

    Texas is a great state and no one needs to change it’s future! Wendy Davis is an idiot!

  • AmericanLass

    She uses “the fight for the future of Texas” as an argument to promote killing babies in the womb at 20 wks. I always thought children WERE our future. How twisted the left has become.

    • Hiraghm

      I believe the children are our future
      Teach them well and let them lead the way
      Show them all the beauty they possess inside
      Give them a sense of pride to make it easier
      Let the children’s laughter remind us how we used to be
      – Whitney Houston, “The Greatest Love”

      Taken out of context, which changes the meaning:

      I found the greatest love of all
      Inside of me

      I sincerely believe many women, including victims of rape, have found this to be true at some point during their pregnancies.

  • Exodus2011

    Well said Laura Ingraham! —————> ^5 Patriot!

    **__**

    …. with the abortion issue prominent, Madame Steel Spine comes to mind …

    DEO GRATIAS for the rugged Palin family who do not cower when the Leftist Bullies unleash. There are so many things about Gov Sarah Palin that trigger their irrational hatred … in fact, you would have to say that EVERYTHING about her drives them nearly crazy with anger, hatred ……. and FEAR

    It is a little known fact but Gov Palin’s appearance on the National Stage on Sep 3rd 2008, (she and her family, including her younger son Trig introduced to > 40M Americans) had a profound impact on the key cultural issue of abortion.

    If you track the bimonthly Gallup Poll numbers for pro-life/pro-choice through 2008, and look what happened at the sep/oct mark, then the trend since, you will see that the pro-life numbers exceeded pro-choice in America for the FIRST time, I think since Gallup has begun polling the issue.

    IMV, THIS statistic is at the root of the Leftists’ FEAR of Gov Sarah Palin and is why they respond with PDS whenever she becomes prominent in the Media. If the Palin family were to live at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, would American Culture continue to move in the current direction of degradation, or is there a chance there would be a cultural swing toward more traditional American values?

  • thinkingabovemypaygrade

    Like Wendy Davis, Sandra Fluke…any more silly women (like those two) wishing to step up and cooperate with those who wish to push them into destructive choices???

  • Erica Reed

    in Texas, it costs $180 for contraceptives like birth control, so tell me. How is this moral to not give women the right to choice?

    • R0nin

      The choice happens when you decide to sleep with someone. Everything after that is called “results”, not “choice”.

      • Bathing Suit Area

        Silly women, thinking that they still get to make decisions after they’ve had sex.

        • Hiraghm

          Silly liberals, thinking that a woman hasn’t made a decision already when she’s having sex.

        • R0nin

          Silly leftists, thinking their political dogma changes reality.

    • journogal

      It’s called personal responsibility. It’s called growing up, being an adult and budgeting. Forgo a pair of Louboutins, the latest Hermes bag or the newest iPhone and take care of your body. It’s not anyone else’s responsibility, nor the government’s (aka, taxpayers.) Pills are $10 or less per month at Wal-Mart or Target. Abortions shouldn’t be used as a form of birth control. And by the way, abortions cost money as well, don’t they? If you can’t afford birth control, how can you afford an abortion?
      And the guy can use condoms as well.
      Choices, choices; actions have consequences. Can’t pretend they don’t.

      • Erica Reed

        Pills are not $10 or less. they are $180.
        Should men be held legally responsible to take care of the unborn when physical contraceptives do not work? If they were held responsible, maybe there would not be a question.
        Also, how is Viagra mandated to be covered by insurance and not birth control?

        • SturJen

          There is this cool thing that costs almost nothing but time and education called Natural Family Planning: try the Creighton Method. You track your fertility cycle and then can use barrier methods during the time of ovulation – or abstain from sex during that time. I learned from a book over 20 years ago. I am sure it is online now. How many kids do I have? Two.

        • BadGirloftheNorth

          Because Viagra corrects erectile dysfunction a medical condition
          Birth control does not correct a diagnosable disease

        • Hiraghm

          Of course; if a man creates a child, he and the woman he creates the child with are responsible for his/her well-being.

          This is why I will only have sex with women I am willing to marry and raise a child with.

      • Erica Reed

        SOME cannot afford contraceptives that are priced at $180. Maybe you can. The fact that you consider a Hermes bag or “Louboutins” (?) even a possibility for most women shows how ignorant you are. Plus it shows a complete disrespect for women’s choices.

        • journogal

          It’s called budgeting and taking responsibility for one’s actions. If they can’t afford the $180, how can they afford the abortion?
          If you can afford an iPhone, you can afford birth control. It’s called making choices. No one is taking anyone’s choice away – the bill/law limits abortion up to 5 months in a 9 month pregnancy. 5 months, which is half-way through the pregnancy. What makes a person wait that long, and why? Is it because when they start to feel the “fluttering,” they realize a human being in growing inside of them and they don’t want to deal with it? Actions have consequences. Budget for birth control and make your man wear a condom.

        • TexSizzle

          If you can’t afford it, go to Planned “Parenthood” and get it for free. They claim, or at least have claimed in the past, to provide free contraceptives to those who can’t afford them. Or did that change when they started making a fortune off abortion?

        • Hiraghm

          I won’t respect women who think they have a choice with regard to terminating another life that offers no threat to their own.

          • Bathing Suit Area

            I’m on my way over to push an object the size of a football through your genitals. That’s not a threat, right?

          • Hiraghm

            As my genitals weren’t designed for the function of passing a football sized object OUT of them after nurturing it for 9 months, yes, that’s a threat.

            If left to natural conclusion, no baby pushes its head out of (and never into) a woman’s uterus. The woman pushes it out.

            Are you suggesting that your generative organ is the size of a football?

        • Hiraghm

          And if you can’t afford a rubber… DON’T F…ORNICATE!

          For that matter… how much does a vibrator cost? Even with Sandra Fluke levels of usage a vibrator should last months or even years, with no possibility of pregnancy. And talk about choice! There’s an ocean of different vibrator options.

      • Hiraghm

        Here’s a radical concept… if you don’t want a baby, don’t commit the act designed to create a baby.

    • archerb

      $180 a what? A month? A week? A year? A lifetime? Your fake statistic means nothing without a time frame.

      I don’t know where you are shopping, but $180 buys an awful lot of condoms. Those count as birth control too, you know. Also, Walmart pharmacy sells BC for $5 a month and Planned Parenthood will do the exam and write the prescription for free.

      • Hiraghm

        I bet it buys even more aspirins.

    • BadGirloftheNorth

      How moral is it for YOU to make a choice (YOU have unprotected sex) YOU get pregnant and YOU decide YOU can’t live with YOUR consequences of YOUR choice; and make ME, the taxpayer foot the bill for YOU? Then YOU turn around and YOU play the victim – when there are more than reasonable restrictions – put on YOUR bad decisions — like when and where YOU can spend MY money? Get the picture? It’s not all about YOU when YOU are spending MY money– especially when YOU still have 20 weeks to spend it with or without MY consent.

  • RememberSekhmet

    Ladies, if the thought of finding yourself prego with his baby makes your fingers itch for the “A” pages of the phone book……
    WHY ARE YOU SLEEPING WITH HIM?!?!?!?!?!?!

    If you can’t see him changing diapers, it’s time to dump him and break out the batteries. You will be much happier in six months, either alone, or with a relationship that will go somewhere.

  • Spasmolytic

    I recently saw an interview with Sandra Fluke who said the government should pay for her douche.

    • rillito

      Our government is already paying her to BE a douche.

  • Paula Flechtner Martin

    I dislike Wendy Davis with every fiber of my being. As long as I live in Texas, I will never support anything she stands for. Dirty lawyers make dirty politicians!

  • http://www.outsidecampreflections.com/ William .

    Good for Laura Ingraham. Wendy Davis and Sandra Fluke are walking, breathing arguments for contraception and abortion, but not in the way they suppose.

  • strings55

    I’ve seen Ingraham in action on the 0’Reilly Factor, and read some of her books. Maybe Fox should change the show to the Ingraham Factor :)

  • I. P. Freely

    Yeah Sandra Fluke disappeared, but on Election Day 2012 all the Republican voters who were supposed to stand up and outvote her kind, also disappeared.

  • Jeremiah Weldon

    Oh, joy let’s murder babies beyond 20 weeks. The future of Texas? She’s a wannabe serial killer.

  • http://www.nleomf.org/officers/ FlatFoot

  • Just one man

    How can it be that we spend billions of dollars to search for life on Mars and in the solar system and at the same time abort what we know is human life here on earth? With life being so precious, you would think that if one was unsure whether the fetus was human or not we would ere on the side of caution….rather than give in to convenience…..

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      Liberalism is a mental illness. Should explain it all.

      • Erica Reed

        It is terribly unethical for you to use mental illness as a provocation.

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          Oh yes, I’m so sorry. My apologies to all of the actual mentally ill people.

          That may include, however, every single person on some sort of psychotropic drug that’s out there on the market today. Praise God I’m not one of them.

        • Martha

          Come on Erica, you are pathetically weak in your argument. I happen to think there are a vast amount of people who believe they are democrats, yet the democrat party left the building and the progressives and socialists came in. So, in essence, most of you are delusional as to what party you actually think you support.

  • SoCalChick

    Take heed… The DNC=KKK is, yes is, dumping money and out of staters into TX to turn it blue via voter registration. That’s what the DNC=KKK did in Colorado prior to ’08. Check the voter rolls monthly and make sure your local and state GOP have an equally vigorous voter registration effort. Get active with voter registration wherever you are. The time for talk is over. The time for action has begun. To get started in LEGAL voter registration, visit your state’s Sec’y of State website where you can learn state laws & guidelines. Don’t let the DNC=KKK and their deep pockets flood the voter rolls!

  • Eve

    So, liberal women are not smart enough to take birth control pills? Or as a liberal woman said to me who had a house full of kids, ” I just don’t like to take pills”. Say What?…..

    • Hiraghm

      In some cases I believe that may well be true. I do know of welfare queens who pop out kids just to get more welfare.

  • Sog1077

    Sick AmeriKKKan DemonRats…. let’s kick them and their boss Satan straight to he!! where they obviously belong.

  • Richard N.

    Maybe Cindy, Windy and Sandy can start their own TV show called “The Screwball”

  • descolada9

    “The fight for the future of Texas is just beginning.” Actually, every abortion in Texas is an ending, Wendy.

    • Erica Reed

      Are you saying rape is a new beginning?

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        Can I have a stat on how many children are conceived from the tragedy of rape v. the number of children aborted due to the implied inconvenience of having them? Thanks.

        • Hiraghm

          And I want to know how children born of rape are innately different from children born from lust or love. So much so that they deserve execution.

          No fetus ever raped a woman.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        Can I have a stat on how many children are conceived from the tragedy of rape v. the number of children aborted due to the implied inconvenience of having them? Thanks.

      • Martha

        I don’t think anyone said that but good try.

      • archerb

        Are you saying you are against abortions if a rape was not committed?

      • descolada9

        Yeah, cause all conception comes from rape. ::rolls eyes::

  • jon hafner

    Funny evertime I say to someone that I lean prolife it is assumed that I am dome “Jesus freak”. i.e., I am an atheist. but it just seems to me that it is morally responsible to err on the side of life rather then on the side of destruction.

    • Hiraghm

      I’m not pro-life; I’m anti-abortion.
      My angle on it is equal rights.

      If women, who create a baby through their own actions, are allowed to murder it for no better reason than because it’s funny-looking, inconvenient and dependent, then hell, I should be allowed to go out hunting and executing illegal aliens for the same reason.

      • Bathing Suit Area

        If any of these immigrants are inside your torso, go for it.

        • Hiraghm

          Well, the babies aren’t inside their mother’s torso when Gosnell’s ilk is busy snipping their spines.

        • Hiraghm

          Okay, so if I invite them into my torso, THEN I can kill them. Gotcha.

  • Mary Ellen Pollock

    Unfortunately she may run for the governor’s office.

    • archerb

      Good luck with that.

  • joethepleb

    The funny thing is @WendyDavisTexas’ tweet was retweeted & favorited 10x more than Laura @IngrahamAngle’s…The best part is your article clearly displays it. cc @twitchyteam

    • Pizza the Hutt

      All depends on who retweets it most of the time as I bet heavy players are retweeting WD and RWNJ are only retweeting LI =) Your point is correct

      • joethepleb

        Thanks, and as one of the organizers here in Austin, I can tell you it was truly organic and the fire is not going away here. Very ironic it took the Republicans to start awaking the masses, many of these folks never voted before and some of them used to vote Republican.

        National talking heads can tweet all they want, but here in Texas we are organizing and this, like Wendy said, is just a start.

        • King Leer

          I suggest we adopt the European models for abortion standards.

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          Too bad the bill was passed. Looks like it ended before it got started. Were you one of those that hauled in the urine and feces in jars? Is that the part you organized?

        • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

          Too bad the bill was passed. Looks like it ended before it got started. Were you one of those that hauled in the urine and feces in jars? Is that the part you organized?

        • Hiraghm

          “the masses”… look folks! A progressive reveals itself. There’s the real war between left and right; the left does not care about individuals as individuals, only as representatives of groups, collectives.

          We on the right, who care about INDIVIDUALS as sovereign entities, hope “the masses” are awakening. Because once their eyes are opened, you death-cultists and your cause are doomed.

          You’re doing nothing more than defending the right to murder innocents for the sake of getting an endorphin high without being responsible for the perfectly predictable results.

    • http://a-star-of-hope.blogspot.com/ JoAnna Wahlund

      So, what you’re saying is that Wendy’s followers have nothing better to do than sit on their butts and troll Twitter, whereas Ingram’s are out and about improving their community instead? Sounds accurate to me.

      • joethepleb

        So why aren’t you out and about improving your community instead of sitting on your butt and trolling twitchy? You can read into it however you want, but it’s not what I said, nor will it change the fact that Democrats are organizing like crazy because the events of the last few weeks.

        • http://a-star-of-hope.blogspot.com/ JoAnna Wahlund

          What was that? Sorry, I was off the computer for a while, out improving my community. :)

      • joethepleb

        So why aren’t you out and about improving your community instead of sitting on your butt and trolling twitchy? You can read into it however you want, but it’s not what I said, nor will it change the fact that Democrats are organizing like crazy because the events of the last few weeks.

  • Alan Milton

    Fluke and Davis are both American heroes wake up you idiots see YA in 2014. you will be crying about how your ignorant asses were handed to you again and 16 will be even worse for the dwindling Tea Party and the disappearing GOP. Malkin and Ingraham are the idiots here hard to believe they are woman as they don’t care about women in the slightest

    • http://www.jaredmucha.blogspot.com/ Jared Mucha

      Oh because Malkin and Ingraham aren’t women themselves? If you don’t have anything smart to say, you shouldn’t even bother speaking, liberals!

      • Alan Milton

        Poor Jared another brainwashed Teapublican. I guess you don’t listen to those 2 idiots much do you? I suffer through their mindless banter so I can refute 99% of what they say but support them if you wish it is your choice. The blind and ignorant leading the blind and ignorant

        • journogal

          Look, a tolerant a caring liberal who refers to women that they disagree with as “idiots.” God forbid liberals are open to other opinions. It’s their way or no way at all. Now, go ahead and screech about tolerance, caring and war on women, hypocrite.

          • Alan Milton

            I am very tolerant these 2 women and several others are the hypocrites they don’t represent women’s views in the least. Are you blind to the war on women if you are you are part of the PROBLEM instead of being part of the solution. Take the blinders off and see reality you buffoon

          • pepjrp

            Most women don’t represent your love for murder via the Democrat Part’s version of Auschwitz…aka Planned Parent Hood.

          • http://a-star-of-hope.blogspot.com/ JoAnna Wahlund

            I’m a woman – a pregnant woman. Davis and Fluke are an embarrassment to our entire gender. I find it insulting that they insist that I can’t be a strong, smart, successful, thriving woman without “free” contraception and the ability to kill innocent human beings. I’m smart enough to manage (and pay for) my own reproductive choices, and I can be successful as an employee, wife, and mother without killing innocent children.

            Alan, you are a misogynist if you think women have to trash their fertility and kill their children in order to be successful. Grow a pair and stand for women as strong, independent individuals and not co-dependent weaklings who can’t function without the government to take care of them.

          • archerb

            Wow dude! Logic is not your strong point is it?

            These are women. They have views. Therefore, THEIR VIEWS ARE THE VIEWS OF WOMEN.

            Also, you do know that the vast majority of women are against abortion after 20 weeks, don’t you? While you claim to speak for women, you are speaking against a majority of them. It actually looks like you are part of the “war on women” you speak about.

            So when you say,”Take the blinders off and see reality you buffoon”, I suggest you take your own advice.

          • Alan Milton

            What planet are you on go check your facts or keep being a mindless sheep to the GOP

          • Hiraghm

            Cite your sources, then. You assert that two WOMEN who voice their opinions as women don’t represent women… prove it. Cite your source.

          • Hiraghm

            As women, they represent women’s views a helluva lot more than you do.

            We’re well aware of the war on women…waged by the left.
            it’s a war determined to destroy feminine virtues in the name of a non-existent and undesirable “equality”.

            Michelle Malkin is a paragon of womanhood. But, you wouldn’t recognize that, because to you all a woman is is a walking, talking vagina.

          • R0nin

            Typical Leftist– “tolerance” only applies to those who agree with you. But if someone has a different world-view, then they’re “hypocrites” who, of course, shouldn’t be tolerated!

        • Martha

          So Alan, let’s hear you begin refuting the “mindless banter” that you arrogantly speak of. Be sure that I want credible links to any rebuttal you can muster. Trolls like you are a dime a dozen Alan.

        • Hiraghm

          You’ve refuted two things; jack and squat. Your mindless harangues and meaningless assertions just waste bandwidth.

      • JpRAustin

        Obviously, alan is “very tolerant” and he’ll be the first to tell you.
        How lucky women are to have him defending them.

    • Scott Hoenshell

      So Fluke and Davis are American hero’s who in Davis case advocate for the killing of a child that is 20 weeks old in the mothers womb. If that is your idea of hero then I am sad for you. I find it funny that libs also will scream from the hilltops about women’s rights yet will not make any step to preserve the child’s rights in the womb when they can’t speak up for themselves and are at there most vulnerable.

    • Texan1

      OBVIOUSLY YOU DON’T LIVE IN TEXAS A-HOLE!

    • pepjrp

      And you only care about murder and death. You can’t get enough.

    • Martha

      Good to know the socialist definition of “hero” is to murder innocent babies. But then that doesn’t surprise anyone who isn’t dumbed down by venom and hatred.

      • Alan Milton

        No hatred here just common sense something that those two lack

        • Hiraghm

          common, perhaps, but hardly sense. Again, why is it so important that women be able to SCREW INDISCRIMINATELY and not be responsible for the intended results of the act?

          All you’re arguing for is the “right” to commit murder to continue feeding a drug habit.

      • Alan Milton

        No hatred here just common sense something that those two lack

    • archerb

      We don’t base our morals on the results of elections and popular opinion. Sometimes, popular opinion is wrong. Ask any slave.

    • Jeffrey2099

      Alan, principals are more important than money, elections or power.

      • Bathing Suit Area

        Principals do have an impact on running schools effectively, but not as much as those other things.

        • Jeffrey2099

          Sorry, principles.

    • ranchdancer

      so stuff like this is ok with your tribe of barbarians….Gosnell’s refrigerator.

      • Alan Milton

        Don’t want an abortion DON’T HAVE ONE it is the law of the land go research it you idiot

        • Hiraghm

          Don’t want a baby, DON’T SCREW; it’s the law of nature.
          Slavery was once the law of the land, too. Don’t want a slave, don’t buy one… same logic.

        • R0nin

          And yet you castigate us in a discussion about what is now the “law of the land” in Texas– because you don’t like it. Ohwait– sorry, I forgot your kind doesn’t speak logic.

    • Hiraghm

      Yeah, real heroic, defending America from the unborn hordes, single-handed.

    • MarcusFenix

      And with such high-brow arguments, your caring and obvious knowledge of the issues makes me wo…..pffffttt, hahaha, who am I kidding?

      Fluke is a hero…because she wants you to pay for her birth control……that you can get at Walmart for 10 bucks. Yup, that’s hero material, if I’ve ever seen it.

      Davis isn’t a hero. Persistent and determined, but certainly not a hero.

      When one of them pulls a kid out of a burning building, or takes a bullet for a stranger…or does something, you know….*heroic*….you let us know.

    • KhadijahMuhammad

      “Fluke and Davis are both American heroes…”

      Yea. Fluke saved women $9 a month. Puts FDR to shame.

      ” dwindling Tea Party and the
      disappearing GOP. ”

      Take a look at the precinct voting map and tell us which color is “disappearing.”

      • Alan Milton

        No not for what she saved it was what she stood for she stood up for American women unlike the GOP woman who are a bunch of sell outs. Yes FDR was great agree with you there but the GOP is dwindling with their repetitive attacks on women’s health choices Texas will be BLUE before long

        • KhadijahMuhammad

          “American women unlike the GOP woman who are a bunch of sell outs.”
          .
          I am much more disturbed by your macho, condescending attitude towards what you apparently see as we silly little women who don’t know what’s good for us, than I am towards ANY policy of the GOP.
          .
          “War on Women” = myth.

  • chngrffn

    Isnt it ironic that the creep that kidnapped those three girls in Ohio and kept them prisoners for 10 years, raped them, beat them and caused miscarriages is being charged with murder but people are fighting to allow an abortion “Dr” take a born baby and snip its spinal cord or twist its head off and that isn’t murder? Let alone dismember and disembowel a preborn baby and that is also ok. I truly cannot wrap my head around this “logic”

  • apen

    The Marybeth Tinning syndrome…

  • Caron Crawford McCracken

    Doesn’t Wendy Davis mean “the fight for the death of Texas”…isn’t that the correct statement??

  • Caron Crawford McCracken

    Doesn’t Wendy Davis mean “the fight for the death of Texas”…isn’t that the correct statement??

  • Hap Brindle

    You had the ‘choice’ to have sex or not. After that it was out of your hands and into the hands of God.

  • Hap Brindle

    You had the ‘choice’ to have sex or not. After that it was out of your hands and into the hands of God.

  • Katepatate

    I’m thinking Wendy Davis is not married. If she is, her husband is a wimp.

  • Katepatate

    I’m thinking Wendy Davis is not married. If she is, her husband is a wimp.

  • Hap Brindle

    You had the ‘choice’ to have sex or not. After that conception was out of your hands and into the hands of God.

  • Hap Brindle

    You had the ‘choice’ to have sex or not. After that conception was out of your hands and into the hands of God.

  • deimos19

    If death occurs when the heart stops beating, does that mean life begins when the heartbeat starts?

  • Ken Pangborn

    Does Ms. Davis believe AT ALL in majority rule?

    • TexSizzle

      Apparently only if Democratics/Liberals are the majority.

    • R0nin

      Yes, but she (like most liberals) also believes that the majority of people are… wait for it.. liberals! So when real life doesn’t validate her world-view, she cries “foul!”

      Luckily for us, it’s a moot point, because we are still a nation of laws, not a nation of “Majority Rules”. Although that status is being threatened more each day…

  • Caves45

    So the future of Texas is in Dead Babies , I think she meant the end of Texas , poor deluded women . Long live Texas !!!!!

  • Mary

    She obviously didn’t bother to actually read the bill. Seriously Wendy??? When was the last time you went to a dentist and had no problem with him using the same instruments he used on you that he used on his last patient. You actually have a problem with 20 weeks? Gosh at 5 months, my child was kicking up a storm…you obviously have never been pregnant or have just proven how stupid women are. So who now has brought women back to the 50’s?

    • KhadijahMuhammad

      “She obviously didn’t bother to actually read the bill.”

      She read the bill. But she saw a self-serving poitical opportunity.

  • TheVIYOHD

    She says its a fight for the future, they have no future when killed in the womb. Are these people this stupid & ignorant. If only they could sound off in an echo chamber before they speak.

  • Mike

    May God have mercy on your soul Wendy Davis. There us no justification for MURDER EVER!!!

  • Jd Crow

    Since the Supreme Court found DOMA unconstitutional, the Incest defense of abortion is now a baseless reason for the procedure. And why does it take more than 20 weeks to decide you want to abort a pregnancy from Rape?

  • imapayne

    do
    these women not realizeth that if they do get what they say they want
    the next step will be their rights, their right to vote, their right to
    own property, their right to run for office…if they get what they say
    they want they will be next.

  • Quittin’ time at Tara!

    Whenever I hear cries of “Hail Satan” from a woman with tampon earrings holding a jar of her own excrement, I think, as a citizen, “Why, yes, let’s just do whatever this sage of our time desires. You have your finger in the very pulse of the nation, you classy lady!

    • Kaya Hund

      Just think of the number of brave Americans who have died to ensure the right of that idiot to be an idiot.

  • barry1817

    so tell me again why libs love the death of so many for such nebulous reasons, and why tax payers are supposed to pay for women who claim that they want control of their bodies.

    Come back to me when you claim control of your body, and I wish you had that, but it should never include having others pay for your control, because that isn’t control, that is forcing your values onto others and stealing form others for your benefit.

  • Michael Bowler

    It is the position of the pro-abortion crowd, not pro-choice (which envelopes a greater number of people by far), that abortion is something that should be available on demand in all circumstances for any reason, no restrictions. This belief is held by a relatively small number of vocal, unreasonable people.

    Wendy Davis a member of the pro-abortion crowd, she is unreasonable, extremist and angry. I do not pretend to know her motivations. I don’t care what her motivations are.

    Abortion is still legal and safe in Texas, before 20 weeks. A less than five month pregnancy can still be ended in abortion. The pro-life movement has not won any great victory, rather, the pro-abortion at all costs, eugenics movement has been dealt a glancing blow…

  • http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/ KayInMaine

    Taking the rights of women away: NO DIFFERENT THAN THE TALIBAN IN AFGHANISTAN! Nice. Heil GOP!

    • Kaya Hund

      Ensuring the rights of female (and male) babies.

    • Hiraghm

      What Nanny State giveth, Nanny State can taketh away…

      Rights come from God, and are only protected by law. Like the right to life. There is no right to murder.

      • http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/ KayInMaine

        Your fascist gawd made people to take the rights of others away. She’s a Red Coat.

        • MarcusFenix

          Shhhh, you’re typing too loud…the NSA doesn’t like it when you hit the keys that way.

          I find it interesting that people forget how Christians are supposed to love the person, hate the bad things we do. It’s terribly small-minded when you can’t seperate those two things.

          • http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/ KayInMaine

            Shhhhh, I’m an atheist. I don’t believe in your fantasy land that you live in.

            Your gawd-illusion is an as*hole.

          • MarcusFenix

            Whether you believe or not, as a matter of discussion, is irrelevant to my statement. If you choose to believe in something or nothing at all, that’s your right. I’m not here to lecture or proselytize. Just making a point.

            My point stands however, that Christians are directed to love people, to be charitable, and to help their fellow man. Love the sinner, hate the sin. If you can’t separate that idea intellectually, then that is simply a logical challenge for you to overcome.

            I would mention, the only person really being an a-hole in this string of discussion is you. You’re being rather offensive, or maybe defensive (?), about something you claim you don’t believe. You don’t hurt my feelings by saying it, but it does make you seem rather intolerant and ignorant towards other people, because they do have a belief structure in place.

            You could just say what rights that the God you don’t believe in has stripped from you…that might be an interesting start. I mean, you can keep acting the same way, but it just gets you lumped into the “angry, no-point making liberal” pile. Your decision. But your seemingly faux-anger position towards things gets old, and boring, really fast.

            And I prefer Browncoats, to Red.

          • http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/ KayInMaine

            As a human, I am born good. I was raised good. I don’t need no fantasy to distinguish good from bad, but I do see lots of you religious people not understanding the difference.

            I don’t tolerate a lot of things. You have a problem with that? You don’t seem real tolerant of me and you know what? I could give a crap what you think of me. The End.

          • MarcusFenix

            You might be right, in as much as we’re born good, and we are a product of our environment, upbringing, etc. Without getting deep into it, religions tow the line that you’re born into sin. Not born into evil, per se, but sin. For me, its the dividing line of being born perfect vs not. It doesn’t take a fantasy, a belief in a religious icon, or anything else, to just be a decent human being, and to understand that regardless of what state we are born in, the choice to be good (or to be otherwise) resides within us alone.

            But don’t make the mistake of lumping everyone you meet, who believes in -whatever- as being mistaken about the difference. That is a massive, and terribly erroneous, conclusion. That’s like saying all atheists are immoral douchenozzles. You don’t think they are, and I don’t believe that either. Generalizations and projections get you nowhere.

            My personal preferences towards what you tolerate, or don’t, only extends to where your discussion and mine intersect. I can’t stand the Ice Capades. My significant other loves it. I refuse to go, because I don’t tolerate it. Big woop, right?

            You’re getting the wrong idea about tolerance towards you, however. I’ve asked you very basic, non-maligned questions about your postings and where your idea of things are at with respect to that intersection of discussion. You throw out things like how God is an a-hole…but then dodge the remainder of the discussion when asked the very basic question of why. Tolerance, yes. Willing for you to even vent on this? Sure. But at least extend the courtesy of common discussion. Proves you can be better than the sum of your arguments. We may not agree, but that’s your right. I’m not bashing you. I’m asking a pointed question, to get an answer.

            You’d be surprised how tolerant, and civil, discussions can be when you’re not trying to act all hard. Just saying.

          • http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/ KayInMaine

            You telling me I have to tolerate anyone shows you’re intolerant.

            I was raised by two non-religious people and turned out fine. We as a family didn’t need an illusion in the sky to help us become good productive people in this world! But hey, some humans need the help because they moment they’re born into a religious family, they’re told they’re bad and have to be taught to be good. See?

            I post my opinions and truths.

          • KhadijahMuhammad

            “I post my opinions and truths.”

            LOL.

          • MarcusFenix

            So, you’re being obtuse on purpose. Good to know.

            I didn’t say you had to tolerate or accept anything. I did say that lumping everyone you think has some religious view into the same pile of mush was a horrible idea, and incredibly wrong. If you’re trying to push the angle that you’re intolerant, you’ve got that down really well. But I didn’t say you *must* tolerate anything, and even if I was, that’s not intolerance on my part. It’s odd how you try to twist that around, because it’s direct message leaves you in a bad place, discussion wise.

            I asked you a question. You’ve done everything except actually answer it, but thrown in a small handful of fallacies and vitriol-laced garbage. It makes me wonder if you actually have an answer, or if you just want to bash someone because they have something you don’t, or won’t, understand. I mean, I could be incredibly nasty right back to you, but I have refrained from it. Not because of faith, or any other factor than my own choice. But asking for someone to discuss a matter calmly doesn’t imply asking for tolerance…and even so, saying someone should be tolerant, which makes them intolerant…is incredibly asinine. That line of thinking doesn’t make a bit of sense.

            You’ve got the opinions part down really well, but you’ve yet to actually discuss any sort of truth. In fact, you’re pretty far from any facts or truths, with respect to the very simple discussion points I’ve made so far.

            You’re right, some people do use it as a crutch. Some people need a support system. The couches of psychiatrists around the world can attest to the same fact. Some, however, reach the a conclusion of faith based on many other factors.

            I’ll say it again, since you clearly missed it the first time. The Christian belief that people are born in a state of sin is *not* the same as being born bad, evil, malignant, or anything else. Being taught how to be “good”, as you put it, is a matter of home training and environment (just as you were brought up good, as were other people with or without any faith at all). You have demonstrated no ability to dissect the two parts of that discussion, either because you just can’t see that being sinful and evil are 2 totally different states of being, or because you just don’t want to see the difference as it would invalidate whatever hate you have for faith in general.

            But… it’s been a bit, so I’ll ask again.

            What rights do you believe that God, which you don’t believe exists, has taken from you?

            It’s a simple question, one asked without malice. Can you answer it, or are you going to dodge it again?

          • Hiraghm

            Your statement is self-evidently fallacious. You presume you’re fine, because, again, you are the yard stick by which you measure morality.

          • KhadijahMuhammad

            “As a human, I am born good. I was raised good. I don’t need no fantasy to distinguish good from bad, but I do see lots of you religious people not understanding the difference.”

            If you’re not a religious person, you have no rational basis on which to make that statement, since you don’t have a frame of reference on what it is to be a person of faith.

            So, you choose the most self-serving understanding you can. Very similar to the KKK or white supremicist groups who use the same sort of reasoning to be bigoted against blacks, Catholics, and Jews.

            “I don’t tolerate a lot of things. ”

            Obviously. A certain level of maturity is required to tolerate diversity. Again, you’re simliar to the KKK.

            “You have a problem with that?”

            Not really. You’re irrelevant.

          • Hiraghm

            Using your logic… As a human, Hitler, Mao, Stalin, Pol Pot, Jeffery Dahmer, Jack the Ripper, etc, etc… were born good. As far as you know, they were raised “good”, as you haven’t presented an objective standard and definition of “good”.

            As you don’t believe in a deity, then “good” is what you enjoy and you can get away with, and “bad” is anything that interferes with your pleasure.

            The morality of any animal.

          • KhadijahMuhammad

            “Shhhhh, I’m an atheist.”

            Yea, we picked that up. We also picked up that you’re a bigoted theophobe. Sorry to scare you.

        • KhadijahMuhammad

          Nice to see the white trash joining the conversation.

        • Hiraghm

          That horrible noise from under the bridge is your mommy calling you.

          • http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/ KayInMaine

            Oh wow. And here everyone thought it was you trying to give yourself a bj. Neat!

    • KhadijahMuhammad

      No rights of women have been taken away. Please inform the other space cadets.

      • http://whitenoiseinsanity.com/ KayInMaine

        The American Taliban (GOP) is working very hard to control all the uteruses of the nation. They won’t stop until all women are beaten to death for wanting a choice.

        • KhadijahMuhammad

          “The American Taliban (GOP) is working very hard to control all the uteruses of the nation. ”
          .
          I know from your prior posts that rational thought is a problem for you, but let’s try, just this once.
          .
          What would anyone gain by “controlling a uterus.”?
          .
          Is there money in doing so? (answer:no. Just the opposite. They require care and feeding.)
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          Is there a power transfer in doing so? (if there were, then the nearly hundred million women who self-identify with the party wouldn’t do so.)
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          Do men have such an innate, blazing desire to have more children? (uh, no. children prevent men from spending money on boytoys, like jet skis, campers, Harleys, and Corvettes.
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          Sorry, not ONE FRIGGING SOCIAL, CAREER, or FINANCIAL ADVANTAGE in “controlling uteruses.” This is why of all the “silly things that moonbats say” this is by far the silliest. (Ed. Note: Moonbats and liberals are not synonymous. Liberals are thoughtful people who understand that reasonable people can differ. Moonbats are a lower form of life, more like a jellyfish.)
          .
          So, WHY would GOP men AND WOMEN wish to pass a law like the Texas Bill?
          .
          Well (and this is a novel concept to you moonbats) you might JUST WANT TO ASK US!!!!! (And listen.)
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          ONE: The later the abortion, the more risky it is for the woman. Thus, the 20 week cut.
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          TWO: There are several scientific, peer-reviewed studies that show that the baby can feel pain at 20 weeks. It is horrific to think that people would put Michael Vick in jail for animal cruelty, but permit a human baby to suffer. If that’s your position, please tell your parents for me that they did a shitty job raising you.
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          THREE: If an abortion has a complication and the woman needs to be taken to the hospital, her risks are lowered if she can be admitted instead of dumped into the ER. Thus, the “admitting priviledges” provision.
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          FOUR: To make (THREE) happen, it’s kinda nice if the gurney can fit through the door when the EMTs get there for transport. Otherwise, they have to LIFT a a possibly hemmoraging woman, potentially exacerbating her situation. Thus, the provisions bringing the clinics up to the SAME standards as other ambulatory surgical clinics in the State.
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          FIVE: Having ONE regulatory apparatus inspecting ambulatory centers lessens the chance of a ideologically run program permitting a Gosnell, another one of which is now being investigated in Houston. (Gosnell was facilitated by PA having two regulatory structures, one of which worked.)
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          SIX: And, the most obvious of all. We women (and men) who hold to our constitutionally protected faiths view this as an ethical/moral issue. If we are truly HUMAN, we need not rut like rabbits — we can hold ourselves to a higher standard.
          .
          Now, not all agree with that; thus instead of moving to an abortion ban (which is unconstitutional) we suggest splitting the difference (40/2 = 20) which is more in line with the consensus limits found in other ostensibly civilized countries.
          .
          Off with you, now. We Texas women still have a choice. We have many. None have been taken from us. You needen’t worry your little moonbat head over the matter.

  • Liz Cobble

    It’s amazing to see how these politicians and Planned Parenthood never get tired of killing millions of babies. I never thought I would see this happen in America. DO NOT ELECT PEOPLE WHO ARE FOR ABORTION. If you do, you are just as responsible for these deaths.

  • tony

    Sandra Fluke of 2013… America, look at what the Democrat Party has become… chanting “Hail Satan”, collecting who knows whose crap and urine to throw on people, chunking tampons, condoms, and having little children display signs promoting the killing of unborn children…..two words come to mind, “vile” and “evil”. These Democrats are definitely making the first rebel, Lucifer, proud.

  • Guest

    wait till they find that gay gene – not sure if it exists, but crazier things have been discovered – for democrats to turn into civil rights advocates for fetuses.

  • $1014973

    What else is banning 20 plus week abortions about?

  • Hiraghm

    Enlighten us. What else is the issue about?