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Obama Treating Women Like Breeding Animals

K L Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 2:52 PM
There is NFP which is more reliable if done correctly and does not have the health risks that artificial birth control has. The Pill is classified as carcinogen by the WHO. Access to contraception DOES NOT lower abortion rates. It becomes the "back-up birth control". Read Abby Johnson's account of how PP knowingly gives women low-dose BC because those same women will be back for abortions. Your statement that abortion is controversial is very sad. Do you ever think about the reality of abortion? If you support it, then face up to what it is - the taking of innocent HUMAN life. At the moment of fertilization, unique DNA is created. It has never existed before and will never exist again. If you think abortion is just a procedure,
K L Wrote: Oct 11, 2012 3:03 PM
then I challenge you to watch one. After you see a tiny child dismembered and discarded, or worse yet, used for medical research ( where do you think fetal kidney cells come from for product testing?) please say, "Yep, I'm cool with that." Watch 180 the movie for another perspective. Please don't use the rape/incest canard. The child does not need to die for the sin of the father. Killing the child will not bring about healing. Just the opposite. It will cause more pain when the full gravity hits the woman of what she has done. Adoption is the loving choice.
For Michelle Obama to stand by while her husband unashamedly promotes the killing of her future grandchild (the infamous "punished with a baby" comment) is beyond cold & callus.
An article earlier this year in Politico speculated that this presidential election may be the first one ever to be decided by women. The Obama campaign understands this, and has trotted out a series of ditzy female celebrities to declare their support for Obama because he is for “women’s rights.” Eva Longoria, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Ashley Judd, Scarlett Johansson and others have come out publicly with statements within the past few weeks. Longoria spoke at the Democratic National Convention, and has said, "There is an attack on women’s health care and President Obama's policies are the only ones that are...