We don’t know who this guy is, but he has a blue check next to his name and we’ll bet a Haidmaid’s costume in his closet. Catholic socialist Ian Samuel took Planned Parenthood’s “abortion is health care” tweet to the next level by suggesting that most abortions in the United States should be considered forced because of capitalism.
Bottom line: abortion is health care.
— Planned Parenthood Action (@PPact) November 22, 2019
Most abortions in the United States should properly be considered forced abortions (capitalism puts working women to coerced choices; “get an abortion & get back to work, or starve to death along with your children”) https://t.co/6uHe2RUhtM
— Ian Samuel ? (@isamuel) November 23, 2019
Capitalism doesn’t give women too many choices, huh; either get an abortion and get back to work or have the baby and starve along with it. We’d thought there were programs like WIC to make sure mothers and their children didn’t starve, but apparently capitalism destroys all.
I've never understood how many leftists can act like abortion happens with no context, as if it's not a sign of something sick in society.
— Rachel is cold. (@RachelEnders3) November 23, 2019
This is, of course, nonsense on stilts.
— Minnow (@Phila_Mino) November 24, 2019
Not only is this utterly wrong, it’s potentially scandalous.
— Tradical (@NoTrueScotist) November 24, 2019
Maybe you should cry about it
— Ian Samuel ? (@isamuel) November 24, 2019
Capitalism? How about the deadbeat dad? It’s long past time for men to assume financial responsibility for their children, across the board. Abortion hurts women, and benefits men (at times). It should be banned.
— Jayne Maria (@Jayne1115) November 25, 2019
— Joe Fulwiler (@JoevialTexas) November 24, 2019
hope she sees this bro
— Gnoisome Gnoll (@gnoisomegnoll) November 24, 2019
If that's the case, everything we do is forced by capitalism
— W.E.B. Dem Boyz (@ShibariDynamite) November 25, 2019
Imagine the freedom we’ll all enjoy under socialism.
This line of reasoning seems to be leading toward “abortion is understandable until (some bright line of social safety net is achieved),” which I don’t think is what either side actually wants?
— Sarah (@dcsarahe) November 23, 2019
So if President Warren gives us all free childcare with her wealth tax, there’ll be no more abortions, right?
Is this a real account or is it a parody account?
— Smitty (@tsmith_m) November 25, 2019
This is woke
— Dan Huddleston (@DanHuddTweets) November 24, 2019
Not only is your ethical reasoning terrible, but if this were true, countries with ‘better public healthcare’ and ‘better assistance’ would have lower abortion rates; that is not the case.
— Yorgo Sarris (@bamayorgo1) November 25, 2019
Abortion is higher in socialist and social-democrat states, dummy.
— Ptsaq1993 (@PtSaq1993) November 25, 2019
There are only two countries in the world that have a system of actual forced abortion, China and North Korea. Both of these countries are avowedly communist.
The internet just got stupider as a result of your tweet.
— Conrad Gweilo (@CGweilo) November 25, 2019
What is the starving-to-death-because-chose-life rate in the US?
Or, even, the starving-to-death rate in the US?
I'll patiently wait for your supporting data from reputable sources.
— J-Lew (@JLew6) November 25, 2019
“get an abortion & get back to work, or starve to death along with your children”
There are literally zero abortions in the USA to which this dichotomy applies.
— Bo Sumi (@sumilosophy) November 24, 2019
You honestly believe the majority of the 600,000+ abortions in the US each year is a choice between murder and starvation? How many people do you think actually starve to death in the US?
— Owen Gagliardo (@GagliardoOwen) November 24, 2019
I was thinking this exact thing as I drove past scores of starving women and children on the streets today. #Moron https://t.co/eaL12F33YT
— Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) November 25, 2019
If federal, state, and local governments didn’t take ~50% of our income on the form of taxes, a family wouldn’t need both parents to be gainfully employed.
— Bud Tuggly (@bud_tuggly) November 24, 2019
Yes, it’s capitalism’s fault??. Wow!!!
— jagfan11 (@jagfan111) November 23, 2019
Given the existence of safe haven laws and the ability to place a child for adoption this is nonsense.
— Amanda (@RightlyStubborn) November 24, 2019
This is an absolutely ridiculous opinion.
— Theresa (@PatsFanGarb) November 24, 2019
Capitalism saves lives. Look elsewhere for something to blame.
— Matthew Nadalin (@nadalinm) November 24, 2019
I want to understand your tweet better. Are you saying businesses are telling women they can’t be a mothers and have a successful career or that is what you believe? Do you think women are capable of doing both?
— ?Chorky Spice? The Prolifer? (@TUnicornelius) November 25, 2019
Wow. You’re really sexist and clearly don’t think much of women. What low expectations you have. Pathetic.
— ??PoliticalSass ?? (@sass_political) November 25, 2019
Horrible opinion that’s objectively false.
— ian (@IanScott1982) November 25, 2019
What a ridulous steaming pile of crap comment. First of all there are dozens of social programs including welfare and and food stamps. There are millions of people willing to adopt unwanted babies. Just complete and utter BS.
— Irregardless spoons 18 (@TedFL34) November 25, 2019
Our institutions deceive vulnerable mothers to dehumanize the human beings in their care, advocate and facilitate abortion as the best solution for tough situations and make millions of dollars doing it.
Is there any more institutionalized and widely accepted atrocity in the US?
— MementoMāori ? (@MementoMaori) November 25, 2019
You must be a peach at family holiday get togethers
— Atticus Finch (@Atticus51197471) November 25, 2019
Elizabeth Warren asserts that child care is ‘a fundamental right,’ unveils plan https://t.co/cw2lPbc8un
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) February 20, 2019
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