Barack Obama on the glorious anniversary of Roe v Wade:
And as we remember this historic anniversary, we must also continue our efforts to ensure that our daughters have the same rights, freedoms, and opportunities as our sons to fulfill their dreams.This Gary Graham column from 2009 will provide a reminder of how abortion has made some men's dreams come true.
As for our daughters, Elizabeth Scalia writes:
In Obama’s world, our daughter’s happiness depends upon having these options at their disposal, literally and figuratively. Because love, and the sneaky way it has of showing up whenever a baby is born and then complicating everything, (because it is meaningful and real) is an insufficient vehicle for the fulfillment of women, and their self-actualization.Read the whole thing.
Arise, daughters of America, and build your dreams upon the slaughter of your progeny; some say the fullness of our humanity was built upon the flesh and blood of one woman who said “yes” to a daunting and difficult proposal, but I say your fulfillment, your dreams and your future are better built upon the garbage heaps of “no” we’ve encouraged you to form out of your own flesh-and-blood in the empty landfills of government compassion, hope and change.
Because “yes we can,” is all about the hope and change that’s built on our emphatic “noes”. No, to life. No, to conscience. No, to compassion that is not mandated. No, to assistance given by any but government. No, to any power greater than ourselves and our glorious government.
“I don’t want them punished with a baby”
Moloch couldn’t have said it more cunningly.
As for how that safe-n-legal thing is working out for everyone, see Mark Steyn's column from a year ago, Big Government's Back Alley; more recent news of butchers who collect baby parts and let women bleed out; and just a couple of days ago, Jill Stanek's coverage of two more botched abortions. Oremus.
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