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Rick Perry Points Out Disappointing Position of Pro-Abortion Texas Democrat

Dan_NV Wrote: Jun 27, 2013 8:23 PM
So, your a single woman, you're knocked up and you hang around for about 20 weeks and suddenly, you have an epiphany. You just wake up one morning and decide, hey, I'm going to dump this thing (thing in this case being a relevant term). There are many documented cases of premature births that have occurred at that point in a pregnancy where the fetus survived and those children are with us today. Viewing it in that context, the only way to quantify the point of the liberal Texas hero who temporarily delayed a law to prevent it, is that she supports the murder of a viable child on a whim. Pretty cold-blooded if you ask me.
Paperpushermj Wrote: Jun 27, 2013 11:33 PM
You just wake up one morning( ALONE IN A EMTY BED) and decide, hey, I'm going to dump this thing AND GET BACK IN THE GAME

Texas Governor Rick Perry has called for a special legislative session in the Lone Star state next week after a bill banning abortions after five months was blocked Tuesday by Democrat Wendy Davis through a 13-hour filibuster. Naturally, organizations like NARAL, Planned Parenthood and Moveon.org have classified Davis as a "hero" and staunch defender of women's rights.

Davis is the daughter of a single mother and the mother of a daughter she had when she was a teenager. Perry pointed out the disappointment in Davis' support for late term abortion considering her background at the National Right to Life...