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MoveOn.org: 'The GOP Wants to Take Women Back to the Back Alley'

Caveat emptor Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 9:27 PM
Hayek, Mises, Ayn Rand all believed a women's right to remove a fetus came from her property rights.
panzerfaust10 Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 9:39 PM
Hayak and Mises were economists. I doubt they believed in the murder of future producers.
panzerfaust10 Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 9:40 PM
I think Winston got confused with Salma Hayek the actress. LOL
Robin311 Wrote: Sep 01, 2012 9:36 PM
Hayek, Mises, and Ayn Rand didn't live in America during a period of time where population control efforts via abortion provided a genuine threat to our economy either. Yet that is now the point we are rapidly approaching.

If things do not change, within two generations, we will see one of two things take place. Government will remove those they deem to be unproductive to society (such as the elderly, those with special needs, and/or those with terminal illnesses) via some sort of governmental body with control over health care decisions (such as IPAB) OR our economy will self-implode due a lack of workers...due to not enough children being born to support our economy.

This is getting ridiculous.

First, the DNC turns into a giant pro-choice rally. Now, MoveOn.org is out with a disgusting, fear-mongering attack ad about how the GOP will take women back to the era of back-alley abortions. Not only is it utterly offensive and completely off-point from voters' concerns, it conflates Mitt Romney's personal position on the issue with the GOP platform, so it's misleading, too. 

Nevermind the moral debate about abortion -- although you can find a great perspective on the pro-life cause here --...