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NY Mayoral candidate Christine Quinn organized escorts at abortion clinics – opposed Operation Rescue

Posted in Democrat, Planned Parenthood Democrat Party with tags , , , , , , , , , , on August 21, 2013 by saynsumthn

Christine Quinn endorsed by NARALNARAL pro-choice America also endorsed Quinn.

NARAL Pro-Choice New York President Andrea Miller called Quinn a former counsel staffer who organized demonstrators against the pro-life group Operation Rescue. She said, “For example when Operation Rescue, decades ago, targeted providers in upstate New York, Chris Quinn who was still then a counsel staffer, organized volunteers to travel to Buffalo to stand in solidarity with health care providers [abortionists] and with the pro-choice community there.”

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She also said Quinn was responsible for Hospitals in New York teaching abortion. Quinn sponsored three bills to expand abortion pills. Quinn also lead the way to remove pro-lifers from protesting in front of abortion clinic. Quinn also created the New York City Counsel Clinic Protection Project to train and escort women into abortion clinics.

(Video Below of Christine Quinn at Memorial for Late Term abortionist George Tiller, go to 4:00 minutes)

Metro US reports that abortion giant Planned Parenthood as well as the National Organization for Women have also endorsed City Council Speaker Christine Quinn for New York mayor over Bill de Blasio and former comptroller Bill Thompson, former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner and current comptroller John Liu.

Christine Quinn endosed by PP

“Chris has shown her commitment to protecting women’s access to life-saving cancer screenings, birth control and safe and legal abortion — and she wholeheartedly shares our belief that medical decisions are best made by women and doctors, not politicians,” Joan Malin, head of the Planned Parenthood of New York City Political Committee political committee, said in a statement.

If elected, Quinn said that she would help provide all students with comprehensive health education ( code word for abortion education). The Washington Times reports that Quinn is perhaps opening the door for middle school girls to receive morning-after contraception, known as the abortion pill. “We need to recognize the reality of what’s happening in children’s lives and give them what they need to make the right choices and protect themselves,” she said.

That flies in the face of mandatory reporting laws – but- so does one of her supporters, Planned Parenthood (go here)

Quinn said she would ensure every school has a health education-certified teacher, which most suspect would come from none other than Planned Parenthood – this the endorsement.

Quinn said she was “proud” to receive the endorsement from the abortion giant who is tangled in medicaid fraud accusations, founded in eugenics and racism, covering for child sexual predators.

“Planned Parenthood and their political committee has a long, amazing history of breaking barriers on behalf of women and has not once through the decades let up on its relentless fight to protect the health of women and girls,” Quinn said in a statement.

Playing the “Trump” card on Obama

Posted in Donald Trump, Obama with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 8, 2011 by saynsumthn

DC Representative Candidate releases graphic images of abortion in campaign ad

Posted in Abortion, Politics with tags , , , , , , , , , , on October 13, 2010 by saynsumthn

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SOURCE: Missy Smith for the U.S. House of Representatives

Missy Smith, Republican candidate for the Washington, D.C. U.S. House of Representatives seat. A tea party activist who hates big government, high taxation, socialism, and government bailouts; but she knows that the number one duty of true patriots is to end the legalized slaughter of unborn babies.

Stephen Broden : Republican Candidate, Tea Party speaker, Pro-Life, Glenn Beck Guest and more

Posted in Black Babies, Black Conservative, Black Genocide, Glenn Beck, Pastor Stephen Broden, Politics, Pro-Life with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 9, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Stephen Broden has a powerful interview in this documentary- Maafa21 exposing how the Elites are behind the genocide of blacks through abortion and eugenics ! Pastor Broden exposes the real racism in this film- but the media and the government want this Racism hidden !

Get the film- Maafa21 here

Eugenics founded Planned Parenthood office mocks pro-life candidates as “Extremist Right Wing Nuts”

Posted in Abortion, Eugenics, Margaret Sanger, Planned Parenthood, Politics, Racism with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 20, 2010 by saynsumthn

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the real “EXTREMIST NUTS” are Planned Parenthood whose beloved founder was a LEFT-WING racist seeped in Eugenics and who proudly bragged she received 12 invitations to give speeches to the KLAN. They also formed allegiances with the Nazi’s and Sanger published their works in her Birth Control Review – yet today: Planned Parenthood’s top award is named after Margaret Sanger.

Watch Maafa21

Unbearable pro-aborts attack Sarah Palin

Posted in Abortion, Sarah Palin with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 18, 2010 by saynsumthn


Sarah Palin Attacked by “Mama Grizzlies” from EMILY’S List

Pro-abortion rights group EMILY’S List is today launching a campaign suggesting that America’s so-called “Mama Grizzlies” – a phrase coined by Sarah Palin to describe her supporters – don’t all come from Palin’s side of the political spectrum.

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“Throughout this cycle, Sarah Palin has predicted a rising tide of mothers and women voters who will support her so-called ‘Mama Grizzly’ candidates,” EMILY’s List President Stephanie Schriock said in a release. “Palin has made it her mission to defeat candidates who have worked hard to champion the rights of women and families across the country and replace them with conservative candidates who want to repeal health care, stand with big business, and eliminate a woman’s right to choose. So today, EMILY’s List is calling on women – and men! – to let their voices be heard and to reject Palin’s reactionary candidates and backward-looking agenda.”
The group, which focuses on getting candidates who support abortion rights elected, has put out a web video (watch it above) and is pushing a campaign called “Sarah Doesn’t Speak for Me” meant to appeal to Democrats, independents and “moderate Republicans who have no home.”

The video shows women dressed in bear costumes talking about how their “cubs” are threatened by the agenda of Palin and the candidates she supports, and discuss the possibility of losing health care coverage, abortion rights and unemployment benefits.

Anti-abortion rights group the Susan B. Anthony List, which recently concluded a 23-city bus tour designed to spotlight its support for candidates who oppose abortion rights, quickly hit back with a statement suggesting “EMILY’s List is running scared.”

“EMILY’s List is busy perpetuating what it purports to abhor: using women candidates with whom they disagree as punching bags,” said Susan B. Anthony List president Marjorie Dannenfelser. “On the eve of the 90th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the SBA List calls upon EMILY’s List to come to grips with reality.”

Palin’s backing has helped numerous Republicans emerge from crowded primary fields and win their party’s support, among them South Carolina gubernatorial nominee Nikki Haley.

The “Sarah Doesn’t Speak for Me” website “will feature a new multi-media interactive website, a page for users to share personal stories, and information about the radical agenda of Palin’s candidates and where they stand on critical issues,” says EMILY’s List. “It includes branded merchandise and an aggressive online presence that will extend our reach to a broad and diverse range of audiences and, through a targeted advertising campaign, get more than six million impressions.”

EMILY’S List, which says it raised more than $43 million to support candidates in the 2007-2008 campaign cycle, also likely hopes the site will drive fundraising.
Opinions about abortion rights have remained steady for the past decade.

In a CBS News poll conducted last November, 34 percent felt abortion should be generally available to those who want it, 40 percent felt it should be available but under stricter limits than it is now, and 23 percent felt it should not be permitted at all.

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Susan B Anthony List Responds:

Today, the Susan B. Anthony List criticized a new campaign by the pro-abortion group, EMILY’s List, called “Sarah Palin Doesn’t Speak for Me.” EMILY’s List called pro-life female candidates “backwards-looking” and criticized Gov. Palin’s support of authentic women running for office.

“EMILY’s List is running scared — and it shows,” said Susan B. Anthony List president Marjorie Dannenfelser. “Clearly, in this ‘Year of the Pro-Life Woman,’ which Sarah Palin helped make possible, women have found their political voices. Pro-life ‘Mama Grizzlies’ represent the majority of women across the country.”

The Susan B. Anthony List’s latest bus tour, which just returned from 23 cities throughout Indiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania, confirms that women are rejecting the abortion-centered women’s movement model. A Rasmussen poll this week shows that 53 percent of women think that “abortions are too easy to get.” The Susan B. Anthony List’s candidates represent this majority of women.

“We are looking for women leaders who affirm the best in women — who seek to include rather than exclude the rest of humanity as we find our fulfillment,” said Dannenfelser. “EMILY’s List is busy perpetuating what it purports to abhor: using women candidates with whom they disagree as punching bags. On the eve of the 90th anniversary of women’s suffrage, the SBA List calls upon EMILY’s List to come to grips with reality. Our academic panel next week, August 26th at the Yale Club on that anniversary will explore the roots of why Susan B. Anthony has influenced our views and why EMILY’s List does not.”

Since the 1992 so-called “Year of the Woman,” the Susan B. Anthony List has elected 75 pro-life women to the U.S. House of Representatives, seven to the U.S. Senate and seven more to other statewide offices. At its breakfast event in May, Sarah Palin rallied the pro-life “Mama Grizzly” female candidates.

The Susan B. Anthony List is a nationwide network of over 280,000 Americans, residing in all 50 states, dedicated to mobilizing, advancing, and representing pro-life women in politics. Its connected Candidate Fund increases the percentage of pro-life women in the political process.

Palin Responds:

In a post on Facebook lauding the 90th anniversary of women’s suffrage – and offering a new round of endorsements of Republican candidates – Palin complains that “I’ve recently come under attack for speaking up for sisters who seek to serve in public office.”

“The sad part is that the attack comes from other sisters who happen to be on the other side of an issue that has been of great importance to American women from the time of our feminist foremothers, Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, down to today. I’m speaking of the issue of life,” she writes.

Palin then offers “advice” to “our sisters who like to throw stones at those of us who respectfully disagree with them on this issue.” She writes that such women “refuse to even countenance the fact that some of us can call ourselves feminists and disagree with those who claim the mantle of ‘real feminists.'”

“First, ladies, it’s hard to take a critic seriously when they lecture you wearing a bear suit,” she continues. “So, it’s difficult for me to drum up much outrage at this latest ad. But, really, lying about a sister while wearing an Ewok outfit is no way to honor our foremothers on the eve of the 90th anniversary of their victory.”

The former Alaska governor then twists the knife.

“But, that aside, I’d love to know where you got those get-ups,” she writes. “Halloween is just around the corner, and Piper and Trig would look adorable as little grizzly bears.”

In a separate post on Twitter, Palin referred to those who “hijacked” the term feminist as “A cackle of rads who want 2 crucify other women w/whom they disagree on a singular issue; it’s ironic (& pass?).”

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Bill Binnie: I’m pro-choice because we were gong to have a “special needs child”

Posted in Politics with tags , , , , , , on August 9, 2010 by saynsumthn

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Binnie in crosshairs of conservative group
By JOHN DISTASO
Senior Political Reporter
Wednesday, Aug. 4, 2010

CONCORD – A conservative group’s paid media campaign against Republican U.S. Senate candidate Bill Binnie continues today with the premiere of a television ad calling him “shockingly liberal.”

New Hampshire-based Cornerstone Action has been joined in the latest hit on businessman Binnie by the New Jersey-based National Organization for Marriage in what Cornerstone executive director Kevin Smith said is a $125,000 a buy on WMUR and cable outlets statewide.

Smith said the ad is scheduled to air from today through next Tuesday. It follows a Cornerstone-produced radio ad with a similar message that aired from July 22 to 28.
“Much like the radio ad, this television ad is to point people to the fact that Bill Binnie is not a conservative,” said Smith. “He keeps saying he is, but he’s not, in his own words.”

He said Cornerstone Action was “bolstered by the response to the radio ad,” which included several news stories in state and national media and Cornerstone’s “best fundraising week in the last six months.”

Binnie blamed the ad on GOP primary foe Kelly Ayotte.

“It’s clear this ad is backed by Kelly Ayotte’s supporters,” he said. “It’s a dirty trick and grossly misleading. Shame on her.”

Smith said Cornerstone Action’s PAC has no plans to endorse a candidate in the seven-candidate GOP Senate primary “at this point.”

The only candidate it has endorsed so far is Jennifer Horn in the 2nd District U.S. House GOP primary.

The new television ad cites Binnie’s pro-choice and pro-same sex marriage positions and an online news story in which Binnie said that although he would have voted against the Barack Obama-backed health care bill he “saw elements that he liked including insurance exchanges.”

In the ad, Binnie is shown telling the Hillsborough County Republican Committee in January that he is pro-choice as an announcer says “Binnie supports abortion to avoid the expense of disabled children.”

The accusation is based on Binnie’s word in a video of the January meeting.

The video shows Binnie saying that before one of his children was born his wife “had a positive amniocentesis test. We were going to have a special needs child.”
He went on to say, “Now in my wife’s case, in my case, we could afford it and I thought about it and we had that child. Because I can afford it and my family was old enough to sit down and talk about it.”

As it turned out, he said, “We were very blessed and in a one in 100 chance, we had what’s called a false positive and our child was born healthy.”

He said that as a result he is pro-choice because “a government has no place in that decision.”

The Cornerstone ad also alleges that Binnie is “excited about gay marriage,” citing a Concord Monitor story from November 2009.

In that story, Binnie’s former spokesman, Colin Maynard, is quoted as saying that Binnie is “excited (New Hampshire’s same-sex marriage law) chose to give an option for gay couples to identify themselves as married within the law, but also having an opt-out for churches.”

The ad also alleges that Binnie has said “he’s open to imposing” a value-added tax.

It cites a video of Binnie speaking in Windham in May, in which he says, “I’m looking for a value-added tax.”

A Binnie spokesman said at the time Binnie does not support a value added tax.

The ad also cites a Chicago Tribune story written in 2003, in which Binnie, then an independent, says, “I don’t like the Republican Party.”

The ad concludes, “With these shockingly liberal positions, it’s no wonder Bill Binnie says he doesn’t like the Republican Party.”