Entries Tagged ‘Bart Stupak’

Obamacare to fund congressional, staff abortions

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Paging Bart Stupak.  On March 24, 2010, he and other congresspersons calling themselves pro-life Democrats smiled for the camera as they watched President Obama sign an executive order no one but them believed would keep abortion out of Obamacare. (Stupak is in the photo above off of Obama’s right shoulder, wearing a grey suit. Click to enlarge.)

Stupak: Democrats will never regain majority without pro-lifers

“We will never get to be a majority again unless we have pro-life Democrats,” argued former Michigan Rep. Bart Stupak, who retired in 2010 and is on the board of Democrats for Life. Thirty-five years ago when the Democrats enjoyed a 292-seat majority in the House, there were 125 anti-abortion Democrats – including a young […]

Politico: Democrats forced to switch strategies because abortion now a losing issue

If Democrats and liberal feminists lose the presidential election this fall despite their “war on women” strategy, they will have depleted their arsenal.

In their most candid interviews to date, various Democrats and abortion industry players admitted in a Politico article today they know abortion has become a losing issue for them. They have hinted at it a couple times this year (here and here), but they show all their cards in this piece.

In order to get women to unwittingly support abortion, they are pulling out all stops, accusing Republicans of wanting to ban contraception,  encourage domestic violence, and deny women breast exams, maternity care, equal pay, and education access.  It’s all in a quite revealing article…

The feminists who cried rape

  I wrote yesterday that Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell basically pulled a Bart Stupak. McDonnell blew an opportunity that comes along only rarely in public life, to be an honest-to-goodness hero. Like Stupak, McDonnell more than squandered it. He ended up hurting the pro-life cause by weakening sound, proven ultrasound legislation. But what about feminists? […]

Someone call the president! Stupak says executive order bars contraceptive mandate

Greta Van Susteren interviewed former Congressman Bart Stupak last night to get his take on the Obama administration’s new mandate forcing religious institutions to cover contraception, abortifacients, and sterilization in their employee insurance plans. Pro-lifers will have no trouble remembering Stupak as the leader of a group of pro-life Democrats who signed on to Obamacare […]

Life Links 11-15-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The decision regarding the fate of the Northern Illinois Women’s Center abortion clinic in Rockford, Illinois will wait another two weeks: Attorneys for the NIWC and Illinois Department of Public Health were back before Administrative Law Judge Cynthia Ramirez this morning. They were expected to announce the terms […]

(Prolifer)ations 3-29-11

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN As always, we welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com. Bryan Kemper posts the text of one man’s scheduled interview with an Atlanta, GA Planned Parenthood. Of special interest is the paranoia of […]

Jivin J’s Life Links 3-24-11

by JivinJ, host of the blog, JivinJehoshaphat The Philadelphia Inquirer is reporting a court order freezing abortionist Kermit Gosnell’s assets will stay in place and Gosnell won’t try to sell any of his properties without notifying the family of Karnamaya Mongar, the woman he allegedly killed. The local NBC station is claiming Gosnell might sell […]


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