Frances Kelly
Is it a war against women or war against children?
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By Frances Kelly
September 9, 2012

As Tim Shaughnessy notes on Catholic Vote, the Democrats' mantra "war against women" is actually code for their war against children.

CatholicVote:
    Since Obama wants to publicize a "war against women," it's good to identify the combatants. .. the war is really not about women or Republicans, but between those who favor abortion and contraception and those opposed to it.

    Even pro-choicers would have to admit that abortion and contraception are ways of getting rid of unwanted children. They dodge the issue by suggesting it is just a "clump of cells," but want these tools because they know that clump of cells will turn into a baby someday. They think that sex doesn't have the inherent end of producing children, but any sane person clearly sees through the farce. Unspoken is the understanding that kids are a problem. It has to be unspoken, though, because it grates against human compassion to suggest that kids are the enemy.
Remember President Obama's admission that pregnancy is a punishment? "If they make a mistake, I don't want them punished with a baby." (At 40 seconds in video.)



Also, the Democrats basically banned children from their convention.

And Obama's anti-bullying spokesman Dan Savage believes women sh** babies. Equating children with excrement sounds rather anti-baby to me.

Promoting gender segregation in marriage also reveals an anti-baby attitude. Everyone knows that two men cannot produce a baby together, nor can two women, yet the Democrats added same-sex marriage to their official platform.

Regarding women and children, the 2012 election is clear:

Obama/Biden endorse drugging women with the Pill at taxpayer expense so they won't be "punished with a baby."

Romney/Ryan defend babies and pro-gender marriage.

You get to choose in November.

© Frances Kelly

 

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