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Democrats: Out of Touch with America on Abortion

SidSmith78 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 3:05 PM
I'm an independent (No Party, technically), and watched both debates. I didn't see much ado about abortion on the Democrats' side. I saw a lot of discussion about Medicare and the economy. The Republicans mostly talked about the debt ceiling and their personal stories. Well, except for Clint Eastwood, who shared some personal anger toward a chair he named Obama. If you think abortion is shameful, don't have one. If you want one, have one. It seems the real issue is, "Who pays?" Let's start there, and keep the idea of banning or expanding the practice out of the discussion. My grandparents survived the Great Depression and WWII and they're spinning in their graves over what both parties have become. Eisenhower, now HE was a Republican!

Does America know how radical Obama really is on abortion?

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From Townhall Magazine's November feature, "Democrats: Out of Touch with America on Abortion" by Katie Pavlich:

Standing in downtown Charlotte, N.C., during the 2012 Democratic National Convention in September, Planned Parenthood volunteers yelled on street corners about how to protect women’s rights. Their hot pink t-shirts read “I’m Voting for Barack Obama” on the back and “2012” on the front—with a birth-control wheel in place of the zero.

Inside the...