The Republican party is The Party of Abortion

What many people do not understand it: THE REPUBLICAN PARTY GAVE AMERICA LEGAL ABORTIONS. All five justices voting for legal abortions were REPUBLICAN”S APPOINTED BT REPUBLICAN PRESIDENTS.

Roe v Wade. Who is responsible? The Republican Party is the Party of ABORTION because five of the Nine justices who voted “YES” were appointees of Republican Presidents. so they must bear the cross they crafted. Republican’s caused Legal Abortions in America. Here are the names of the five REPUBLICANS who voted “YES” to give us legal Abortions. And do those Republicans understand they are now responsible for 53 million deaths

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Roe V Wade Republicans voting for Abortions:

5 of the nine justices that voted to make ABORTION LEGAL in America were Republicans appointed by Republicans and without thos Majority votes, we would have no legal Abortion today. So they do not need to lie to us any longer. Republicans gave us the Abortion they say they are so against today.

(1)  BLACKMUN  / Nixon (Republican)
(2)  BURGER ? Nixon (Republican)
(3)  BRENNON / Eisenhower (Republican)
(4)  STEWART / Eisenhower (Republican)
(5)  POWELL /  Nixon(Republican)

The Democrat WHITE voted against the Republican Majority
So lets call a spade a spade. The Republican party is the Party of Abortion because they gave it to us.

 

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The Only Moral Abortion Is My Abortion

Right-wing dilemma and scathing hypocrisy (From DKos)

When the Anti-Choice Choose

Abortion is a highly personal decision that many women are sure they’ll never have to think about until they’re suddenly faced with an unexpected pregnancy. But this can happen to anyone, including women who are strongly anti-choice. So what does an anti-choice woman do when she experiences an unwanted pregnancy herself? Often, she will grin and bear it, so to speak, but frequently, she opts for the solution she would deny to other women – abortion.

In the spring of 2000, I collected the following anecdotes directly from abortion doctors and other clinic staff in North America, Australia, and Europe. The stories are presented in the providers’ own words, with minor editing for grammar, clarity, and brevity. Names have been omitted to protect privacy.

“I have done several abortions on women who have regularly picketed my clinics, including a 16 year old schoolgirl who came back to picket the day after her abortion, about three years ago. During her whole stay at the clinic, we felt that she was not quite right, but there were no real warning bells. She insisted that the abortion was her idea and assured us that all was OK. She went through the procedure very smoothly and was discharged with no problems. A quite routine operation. Next morning she was with her mother and several school mates in front of the clinic with the usual anti posters and chants. It appears that she got the abortion she needed and still displayed the appropriate anti views expected of her by her parents, teachers, and peers.” (Physician, Australia)

“We too have seen our share of anti-choice women, ones the counselors usually grit their teeth over. Just last week a woman announced loudly enough for all to hear in the recovery room, that she thought abortion should be illegal. Amazingly, this was her second abortion within the last few months, having gotten pregnant again within a month of the first abortion. The nurse handled it by talking about all the carnage that went on before abortion was legalized and how fortunate she was to be receiving safe, professional care. However, this young woman continued to insist it was wrong and should be made illegal. Finally the nurse said, ‘Well, I guess we won’t be seeing you here again, not that you’re not welcome.’ Later on, another patient who had overheard this exchange thanked the nurse for her remarks.” (Clinic Administrator, Alberta)

“Recently, we had a patient who had given a history of being a ‘pro-life’ activist, but who had decided to have an abortion. She was pleasant to me and our initial discussion was mutually respectful. Later, she told someone on my staff that she thought abortion is murder, that she is a murderer, and that she is murdering her baby. So before doing her procedure, I asked her if she thought abortion is murder – the answer was yes. I asked her if she thought I am a murderer, and if she thought I would be murdering her baby, and she said yes. But murder is a crime, and murderers are executed. Is this a crime? Well, it should be, she said. At that point, she became angry and hostile, and the summary of the conversation was that she regarded me as an abortion-dispensing machine, and how dare I ask her what she thinks. After explaining to her that I do not perform abortions for people who think I am a murderer or people who are angry at me, I declined to provide her with medical care. I do not know whether she found someone else to do her abortion.” (Physician, Colorado)

“In 1973, after Roe v. Wade, abortion became legal but had to be performed in a hospital. That of course was changed later. For the first ‘legal abortion day’ I had scheduled five procedures. While scrubbing between cases, I was accosted by the Chief of the OB/Gyn service. He asked me, ‘How many children are you going to kill today?’ My response, out of anger, was a familiar vulgar retort. About three months later, this born-again Christian called me to explain that he was against abortion but his daughter was only a junior in high school and was too young to have a baby and he was also afraid that if she did have a baby she would not want to put it up for adoption. I told him he did not need to explain the situation to me. ‘All I need to know’, I said, ‘is that SHE wants an abortion.’ Two years later I performed a second abortion on her during her college break. She thanked me and pleaded, ‘Please don’t tell my dad, he is still anti-abortion.'” (Physician, Washington State)

Go to DKos for additional stories of right-wing hypocrisy

The Real Romney

Footage from the Romney/Kennedy Debate, October 1994. Romney will say ANYTHING to get elected…..i.e, typical reich-winger.

Portugal Pledges to Legalize Abortion

Although a clear majority in Portugal’s referendum voted to legalize abortion in the first 10 weeks of pregnancy, fewer than half the electorate voted, meaning the result is not legally binding.

Almost 60 percent of voters approved the referendum allowing women to opt for abortions, while slightly more than 40 percent opposed it. Under Portuguese law, however, more than 50 percent of the country’s 8.9 million registered voters must participate in a referendum to make the ballot valid. The turnout yesterday was 44 percent.

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