Entries Tagged ‘rape/incest exception’

“Immediatist v Incrementalist” debate analysis: Prologue

aha-debate-e1430057755276He asked for it, he got it.

Several months ago Abolish Human Abortion’s T. Russell Hunter issued an open challenge to anyone from the pro-life community to debate him on the topic of “immediatism,” which he supports, versus “incrementalism,” which the so-called “establishment” generally supports. His description of the debate frame:

I would argue for the abolitionist position - that all people who are opposed to abortion ought to unify around abolishing all forms of intentional prenatal destruction regardless of the age of the human being in question - and my opponent could argue for the pro life establishment’s position that we should focus our time and energy on regulating abortion while it remains legal and seek incremental gains against it.

AHA’s dangerous foray into cyberbullying

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I’m writing today about the latest development in the Abolish Human Abortion saga, because I’m concerned someone may end up dead if this doesn’t stop.

Everyone who spends time online has heard the term “cyberbullying.” Defined, it is:

… bullying that takes place using electronic technology. Electronic technology includes devices and equipment such as cell phones, computers, and tablets as well as communication tools including social media sites, text messages, chat, and websites.

Examples of cyberbullying include mean text messages or emails, rumors sent by email or posted on social networking sites, and embarrassing pictures, videos, websites, or fake profiles.

Particularly note, ”rumors… posted on social networking sites.”

Stanek weekend question: Why doesn’t MSM notice Biden’s legion of flip flops on abortion?

The media and feminists like to accuse Mitt Romney of being a flip-flopper on abortion, simply because he converted from supporting abortion to opposing it.

They also like to point out Romney and his running mate, Paul Ryan, don’t even see eye to eye on the issue, since the former has a rape and incest exception and the latter doesn’t.

And then we move to the Barack Obama/Joe Biden ticket, which, on the issue of abortion, is actually all of the above on steroids. Yet we hear nary a peep from the press questioning the vast inconsistencies.

I gleaned all the following points from National Right to Life’s excellent piece, “Biden-Ryan Versus Obama on Abortion Policy.”

While Biden has never called himself pro-life, he was at one point considered so weak on the issue a Planned Parenthood official stated in 1986, “Joe Biden moans a lot and then usually votes against us.”

Todd Akin, imperfect hero

Which is worse, slavery or rape?

Answer: Neither. They’re equally despicable atrocities committed by humans against fellow humans.

Last week Joe Biden violated a sacred pain of black Americans by recklessly comparing Republican control of the presidency to a return to slavery. Worse, he attempted black dialect, y’all, to do so.

Biden took some heat for his insensitive remark, but President Obama and Democrats stood by him.

Four days ago Missouri U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin made a problematic remark about rape victims, and Republicans promptly threw him under the bus.

Stanek weekend question: Which GOP presidential candidate is strongest on the life issue?

During Thursday night’s Republican presidential debate, candidates Tim Pawlenty and Michele Bachmann got into a couple scuffles, one involving abortion. Bachmann accused Pawlenty of using the pro-life issue to get a tax hike… Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com During the same debate candidate Rick Santorum eloquently explained why he opposes a rape/incest exception to […]

Maddow laments that five GOP US Senate candidates are pro-life without exceptions

UPDATE 2:10p: Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards has also received the “not just crazy – truly frightening” news. Click to enlarge… 11:25a: Wow, I didn’t realize this until watching radical left MSNBC host Rachel Maddow’s September 16 rant incredulously bemoaning the “great, unacknowledged, big honking policy issue of this year’s elections nationwide.” That is, at […]

Pro-abort voters abandoning pro-abort Democrat candidate for Republican pro-lifer

Here’s a Saturday bonus, because it is so rich. We’ve read ad nauseum the discouraging stories about pro-lifers deserting babies to vote for pro-aborts. But I’d never seen a story in the reverse – until today.

Pro-life group challenges Senate candidate’s support of forcing hospitals to dispense morning-after pill

In June I applauded Washington Life Coalition for spotlighting supposedly pro-life US Senate candidate Dino Rossi’s rape/incest exception. So many pro-life groups give candidates a pass on the rape/incest exception because the general public at this point is uneducated and thinks such an exception is compassionate, when it really isn’t. But particularly in primaries we […]


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