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Let's play "Spot the Irony"
« on: September 09, 2017, 09:56:02 PM »
‘We firmly believe that every person has the right to live’

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Re: Let's play "Spot the Irony"
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2017, 02:37:32 AM »
Where did you find the quote?
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Re: Let's play "Spot the Irony"
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2017, 05:47:13 AM »
‘We firmly believe that every person has the right to live’

-Planned Parenthood

What's missing?   Margret Sanger founded Planned Parenthood on the notion some people are not fully human, some might not even be a 'real person'.   

Irony is a Planned Parenthood advocate calling us, who wish to defund them, "Racists".
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Re: Let's play "Spot the Irony"
« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2017, 06:07:00 AM »
According to this Fox News article, it's from a PP fundraising email concerning DACA:

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"Here at Planned Parenthood, we firmly believe that every person has the right to live, work, and raise a family freely and without the threat of deportation or separation," CEO Cecile Richards said in a fundraising email Tuesday.

The abbreviated quote feels out of context, but I don't think it really misrepresents it. Redefining what a "person" is has long been a major argument used by some Pro-Abortion people. Some take it even farther, post birth and into the first month (or more) of life. It's a slippery slope at best, to have ?? define a "person" (outside of the biological event of sperm fertilizing egg), and the argument has a horrible history.
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Re: Let's play "Spot the Irony"
« Reply #4 on: September 10, 2017, 07:16:50 AM »
According to this Fox News article, it's from a PP fundraising email concerning DACA:

The abbreviated quote feels out of context, but I don't think it really misrepresents it. Redefining what a "person" is has long been a major argument used by some Pro-Abortion people. Some take it even farther, post birth and into the first month (or more) of life. It's a slippery slope at best, to have ?? define a "person" (outside of the biological event of sperm fertilizing egg), and the argument has a horrible history.
Oh, I get it, kind of like Hitler claiming Jews fought off the poor German soldiers in an effort to gas themselves for the good of fellow Germans due to war propagated by the evil allied forces which caused famine in Europe, so in an effort to help other families in Germany survive the attacks of the evil allied forces, they fought and conquered the NAZI so as to gas themselves.

Those poor NAZI soldiers, they never stood a chance against old men, women, and children..
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Re: Let's play "Spot the Irony"
« Reply #5 on: September 10, 2017, 01:23:14 PM »
Oh, I get it, kind of like Hitler claiming Jews fought off the poor German soldiers in an effort to gas themselves for the good of fellow Germans due to war propagated by the evil allied forces which caused famine in Europe, so in an effort to help other families in Germany survive the attacks of the evil allied forces, they fought and conquered the NAZI so as to gas themselves.

Those poor NAZI soldiers, they never stood a chance against old men, women, and children..

Lucky they could shower off after that fight...    When has Planned Parenthood stood for anything other than killing & sterilizing innocent people?
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Re: Let's play "Spot the Irony"
« Reply #6 on: September 12, 2017, 01:45:53 AM »
Given this definition - Nazi: National Socialist German Workers Party

Planned Parenthood will historically will be the reprehensible, government sponsored group of socialists in our American history that killed more children than the Nazi's killed Jews. According to http://www.numberofabortions.com/, PP has killed about 7.8 million of our children since the 70's.

While PP isn't a political party, the organization, their abortion policies are backed by the Democratic Party. So the Democratic Party can arguably be identified as the American version of the Nazi Party. And our government funds PP - with our tax dollars! So PP isn't so different than Hitler's Nazi's. 

Abortion is obviously unconstitutional given the assumption that a conceived child is in fact a human. To say otherwise seems absurd - there is no scientific evidence to back up the oppositions claim. They get so "science-ee" when it fits their agenda but drop it when it doesn't suit them. And, as said in a previous post, when we get into redefining what a human is, we get on very thin ice ... playing god. But given that it is unconstitutional, there is no reason that it should be allowed under law in spite of popular opinion.  This should have never gotten through the US so-called Supreme Court - says a lot about how our highest court can rationalize to the extreme. So the critical question is how killing our children came under rule of law - and we have the Dims to thank for that.

It's evidence that how broken our republic is since we can't overturn laws that have crept in and are opposed to the ethical base of our founders. Rather, the Dims make up their own ethics as they go ... they see themselves as gods. I pray for the day when God will stop the killing regardless of any consequences to our unholy nation. A majority of our nation supports it ... the same blind following that let the Nazi's in to kill the Jews.

The chants from the Dims is effectively, Heil Obama, Clinton, Pelosi, Schumer, and others.  And we go about our business everyday as if the killings never happened. Unfortunately, to my shame, I own that.

What can we do? What is at our hand that we can change? Just stating the opinion and working toward a political shift doesn't seem enough. It never has seemed to be enough since the 70's. We're a nation divided over this issue. How about Civil War II against this broken rule of law in our nation - Free the Children; take back our country? I doubt that would get off the ground. Besides, it would be an ugly war ... battle of the couch potatoes. But at least we could make some new statues.

Even with the leadership in congress and presidency, the Pubs haven't been able to de-fund the murderous PP organization. The Pubs are impotent because of the infusion of the liberal values among their ranks - the RINOs.

Maybe we should divide our nation - split it down the middle. I just don't want to be a part of the killings anymore. And those who have rationalized the killing of our innocents will rationalize about everything else they work to support. I have no common ground with an American Nazi and feel ineffective at stopping them.


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Re: Let's play "Spot the Irony"
« Reply #7 on: September 12, 2017, 05:11:57 AM »
According to this Fox News article, it's from a PP fundraising email concerning DACA:

The abbreviated quote feels out of context, but I don't think it really misrepresents it. Redefining what a "person" is has long been a major argument used by some Pro-Abortion people. Some take it even farther, post birth and into the first month (or more) of life. It's a slippery slope at best, to have ?? define a "person" (outside of the biological event of sperm fertilizing egg), and the argument has a horrible history.

The abbreviated quote feels out of context because it IS taken out of context. There is a great deal of difference between "right to live" and "right to live, work, and raise a family freely and without the threat of deportation or separation."

I could compose a sentence like this regarding patients with terminal conditions: "I shall always pursue opportunities for our patients to die peacefully, with dignity and respect." You could quote me thus: "i always pursue opportunities for our patients to die." See what I mean?
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