Here's the Cambridge dictionary definition for "oasis": a calm, pleasant place in the middle of somewhere busy and unpleasant.
I believe President Obama would approve of the word "oasis" to describe the proper environment for a woman wanting to end the life of her baby; after all, who would want to be punished with such a thing?
CNN acknowledged the 40th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision by featuring Amy Hagstrom [where's my hyphen?] Miller, CEO of Whole Woman's Health, a company operating six abortion clinics in Texas--a very pro-life state and home of the Roe v. Wade case.
The Whole Woman's Health mantra is "Changing the World, One Woman At A Time." If you call "changing the world" the elimination of over 50 million babies since Roe v. Wade in 1973, I would agree that their slogan is spot-on. Hitler changed the world by eliminating 6 million Jews, Mao changed the world by eliminating about 70 million Chinese, and Stalin changed the world by eliminating 40 million Russians. But each year, worldwide, approximately 40 to 45 million women abort their children. And who said men are the more violent and barbaric sex?
Miller's education reads just as you might expect it to: BA, International Studies, Religious Studies, Women's Studies. Ah yes, three of the many worthless degrees that end with the word "studies."
To reduce the gut-stabbing heartache, I kept the video as short as possible:
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