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Gay gunman attacks Family Research Council – security vid- Southern Poverty Law Center map provided location

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The View’s BIGOT Behar: “Prayer Takes the Place of Thinking”

Posted in Bigot, Religion with tags , , , , , , , , on June 25, 2010 by saynsumthn

WHY DOESN’T SHE GET FIRED ????????????

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Father talks about bus driver who attacked his daughter for her Christian beliefs PT 2

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Eugenic Bigot?

Posted in Abortion, Bigot, Eugenics, pro-choice, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , on April 21, 2010 by saynsumthn

You’ve got to admire the public, boy, can they see a BIGOT from afar.

Read this Op-Ed by Bonie Erbe published in US News and then read the comment left by one of her readers (Below)

Gov. Pawlenty’s Offensive “Abortion Recovery Month”
April 15, 2010 06:00 AM ET
By Bonnie Erbe, Thomas Jefferson Street blog

Here we go again. Just when you thought the religious right couldn’t come up with any more outrageous behavior designed to offend mainstream Americans and accomplish nothing of worth, Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty proclaims April, again, “Abortion Recovery Month.”

The proclamation, first cited by the Minnesota Independent, “encourages and promotes healing opportunities and raises awareness of the aftermath of abortion experienced by individuals and families,” according to the document signed by the Republican governor and Minnesota Secretary of State Mark Ritchie.

According to Politico, the proclamation also recognizes that “many Minnesota organizations offer support and recovery services to those who have had abortions or who have been impacted by abortion” and that “many organizations in Minnesota promote policies that reinforce a culture of life and hope.”

It’s time for the religious right to get honest about what it’s really doing by continuing to campaign against abortion rights. (Politico reports Pawlenty’s third April declaration was done “at the behest of the anti-abortion advocacy group Silent No More.”)

What is the religious right doing by campaigning against abortion? First and foremost, its efforts seem aimed at trying to keep church pews filled by bringing more and more poor people into the world. Second, it will just end up boosting the teen unwed pregnancy rate every time it guilt trips an unwed, pregnant teen into bringing to term a child she does not want and cannot afford to raise. Third, it will effectively subjugate women and girls in the same way women and girls in developing nations are consigned to a life of child-bearing and little else.

So as long as Pawlenty is declaring April Abortion Recovery Month, if he wants to be fair and unbiased on this issue, he should declare May, “Anti-abortion Zealots Recovery Month,” so the rest of us can get a break from their unrelenting proselytizing and tomfoolery.

COMMENTS LEFT

Do you even know what you are saying.
“First and foremost, its efforts seem aimed at trying to keep church pews filled by bringing more and more poor people into the world.”
Wow, do you even know what you are saying? Are you saying that we should promote abortion among the poor in order to eliminate poverty? That statement oozes pure Nazism. You also seem to be promoting abortion as a means of birth control. How sick is that?
Bill Santer of TX

Apr 18, 2010 09:59:47 AM

The likes of Ms. Erbe show themselves for what they are. They aren’t motivated by a concern for women and girls, or for the plight of children. Their advocacy is in aid of nothing more than pushing women and all people, herding them headlong into behaviors that warp their thinking, into devaluing life. In much the same way the nazi’s cheaped and devalued the lives of the Jewish people, through defamation and dehumanization. It made it that much easier for the nazis to justify the ghettos and death camps. The broader implications of the feminist left’s agenda should give us all pause for thought, because thinking for ourselves on the subject is long overdue.
Mary of RI

Apr 16, 2010 23:46:43 PM

To learn about how these abortion EUGENIC BIGOTS think and where they mentality will lead watch the documentary: Maafa21 (Clip below)