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Baby Bonus for killing your unborn child?

Posted in Outrage with tags , , on June 25, 2013 by saynsumthn

Brisbane 25 June 2013. What kind of society gives $5,000 lump sum payments to women after an abortion?

What kind of society pays out parental leave schemes to mums and dads who have willingly killed their child?

And, just for the record, I’m not talking about the early abortions here. I’m talking about late-term abortions, when limbs are formed, the heart is pumping, pain is present and the child is viable.

The answer to those questions is simple. Our society.

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The above form from an Australian abortion clinic informs the mother that she may can receive the government funds after her abortion. READ MORE http://tinyurl.com/p2po7hs

Melissa Harris-Perry: All Your Kids Belong to Us unless they are THINGS in the Uterus you can dispose of

Posted in Media Bias, Outrage with tags , , , , on April 8, 2013 by saynsumthn

MelissaHP_1Collective Children? Narrating a new MSNBC “Lean Forward” spot, the Tulane professor, Melissa Harris-Perry, laments that we in America “haven’t had a very collective notion that these are our children.” “[W]e have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to their communities,” Harris-Perry argued.

WOW- isn’t that the same MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry, who referred to unborn babies as “things?

HARRIS-PERRY: So my only worry about that, is because I feel like a lot, I mean, having an 11-year-old, I do a lot of kids reading that sort of thing. But I feel like we do that, but it`s always about private morality, right? It feels sort of like to the extent that we talk about morality in the public sphere, we talk about private morality, who you should and shouldn’t sleep with, how you should or should not dispose of things in your uterus. I mean, you know, this is — this is what we think of as morality, right? But we don`t talk about public morality, what it means.

And later, said, “costs to have this thing turn into a human?”

HARRIS-PERRY “It feels sort of like to the extent that we talk about morality in the public sphere, we talk about private morality, who you should and shouldn’t sleep with, how you should or should not dispose of things in your uterus. I mean, you know, this is — this is what we think of as morality, right? But we don`t talk about public morality, what it means,” she said. Earlier this month Perry was quoted as saying, “I seemed to have popped open the fertilized egg. We’ll put that back together. But the very idea that this would constitute a person, right? And that some set of constitutional rights should come to this. Look, I get that that is a particular kind of faith claim. It’s not associated with science … When you’re talking about what it actually costs to have this thing turn into a human, why not allow women to make the best choices that we can with as many resources and options instead of trying to come in and regulate this process?

GRAPHIC: 6 year old forced to fight 7 year old

Posted in Outrage with tags on March 29, 2013 by saynsumthn

Flipping off a Judge will get you slammed – Adiós

Posted in Outrage with tags , , , on February 6, 2013 by saynsumthn

Battle of the ‘Future Children’ Vids shows support to Romney

Posted in Obama, Outrage with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 6, 2012 by saynsumthn

According to the Daily Caller: A video from the founders of a celebrated advertising agency features children “of the future” singing about the aftermath of a Mitt Romney presidency: A world where sick people are required to “just die,” the atmosphere is “frying,” gays can be “fixed” and “oil fills the sea.”

The children, who stare blankly at the camera throughout the video, even take pains to explicitly mention that they blame “mom and dad” for all those horrors.

The video — produced by the founders of the advertising agency Goodby Silverstein & Partners, which came up with the famous tagline “Got milk?” and boasts clients like Cheetos, Netflix, the National Basketball Association and Nintendo — asks viewers, “What Would The Children Of The Future Say If We Let Them Down This November?”

The two minute 21 second video concludes with black and white text instructing: “Don’t let it happen… vote.”

But according to this YouTuber- the vid has been scrubbed due to negative reaction:

You can listen to the vid on Rush’s show:

But that has not stopped others from makihg vids with a pro-life and pro-America message:

Abortion and Planned Parenthood supporter makes distateful female body part election vid

Posted in Outrage with tags , , , , on November 6, 2012 by saynsumthn

Why is it that those who support Planned Parenthood and abortion always resort to sexually charged imagery like this ridiculous video:

Vulva Talk! Mulva the Vulva was created by: Dr. “Jenn” Gunsaullus

Gunsaullus was a presenter at the Nourishing Your Inspiration, Interactive Lecture for Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest’s Annual Employee Appreciation Day, Escondido, CA, 2012

RUSH : CNN Pulls Story on Arousal Gap

Posted in Abortion clinic worker arrested, Earth Day, Outrage, Police State with tags , , , , on October 26, 2012 by saynsumthn

On the 10/25/2012 Rush Limbaugh Show – Rush stated:

CNN had to pull a story that they had on their website after reader backlash. “Following a firestorm of negative feedback, CNN hastily deleted from its website late Wednesday virtually all mention of a study about the effect hormones have on women’s political preferences. ‘A post previously published in this space regarding a study about how hormones may influence voting choices has been removed,’ a message posted on the website at 8:15 p.m. read. ‘After further review it was determined that some elements of the story did not meet the editorial standards of CNN. We thank you for your comments and feedback.’ The study, authored by researchers at the University of Texas at San Antonio, used an ‘Internet survey of 275 women who were not taking hormonal contraception and had regular menstrual cycles’ to mine its data.”

That was the sample group, 275 women not taking hormonal contraception. For those of you in Rio Linda, what that means is they were not taking a pill. Condom didn’t matter. Taking a pill, [sic] regular menstrual cycles, 275. “The results showed that ovulating single women tend to support President Barack Obama because, in the words of lead researcher Kristina Durante, they feel ‘sexier.'” This is the arousal gap. Now, look, Dawn’s in there rolling her eyes. You’re probably getting mad at me. This is a female study conducted by female scientists, conceived by a female. It’s not some man sitting around, “Let’s go get 275 women who are ovulating and having menstrual cycles and they’re not taking a pill, let’s ask them about their political views.” It was a woman doing this.

According to NewsMax:

CNN on Wednesday night deleted its report on the study after reader outrage over the suggestion that women’s votes could be tied to hormones, drawing even more scrutiny to both the study and the network’s decision to write about it.

The study was conducted by Kristina Durante, an assistant professor of marketing at UTSA, whose research centers on how social and physiological factors can influence decision making.

“The researchers found that during the fertile time of the month, when levels of the hormone estrogen are high, single women appeared more likely to vote for Obama and committed women appeared more likely to vote for Romney, by a margin of at least 20 percent,” CNN reported, based on Durante’s study. “This seems to be the driver behind the researchers’ overall observation that single women were inclined toward Obama and committed women leaned toward Romney.”

The study included 502 women, asking them questions about their voting preferences. The survey sample focused on women who menstruate regularly who are not taking hormonal contraception. The original study, titled “The Fluctuating Female Vote: Politics, Religion, and the Ovulatory Cycle,” is not linked on the list of Durante’s journal articles.

Research such as Durante’s survey can partially be blamed for women being held back from positions of power over their reaction to hormonal imbalances, said Susan Carroll, professor of women’s and gender studies and political science at Rutgers University.

“There is absolutely no reason to expect that women’s hormones affect how they vote any more than there is a reason to suggest that variations in testosterone levels are responsible for variations in the debate performances of Obama and Romney,” Carroll said.

Although the original post has been removed from the CNN website, and replaced with an apology both for its absence and for the editorial choice to publish it in the first place, the story was picked up by Indiana’s WTHI and other websites across the Internet.