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RNC Chief: Did the Media Miss Planned Parenthood's Endorsement of Infanticide?

Verbivore Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 6:13 PM
Yes. The media missed the endorsement of infanticide. They, as do certain liberals posters on this site, even perceive that infanticide is what was being discussed. Hence, it didn't happen. you see, no one said the word "kill" so death was not the topic...ah such is the mind of the literal liberal. living in a land of "up twinkles" and "down twinkles" and happy thoughts....the thought of a baby dying alone on a table is not something to be comprehended in their sugar-coated reality. There is no common ground and no solution to this great divide.
Pinkmusic Wrote: Apr 03, 2013 6:31 PM
There was no endorsement of infanticide. Prove me wrong, post the time where she endorsed it. What? You can't? And why not? Well, she never endorsed infanticide. Infanticide wasn't being discussed. Don't you think someone would have mentioned it?

An insidious form of media bias stems from what our press decides isn't worthy of coverage.  In a column at Red State, RNC Chairman Reince Priebus decries American journalism's relative silence on the stunning testimony of a Planned Parenthood official in Florida last week.  Asked if a child who survived an attempted abortion has a right not to be killed post-birth, Alisa Lapolt Snow repeatedly invoked a mother's right to choose, declining to state whether the newborn should be protected under law.  Here's her ghoulish exchange with lawmakers: