Beer Monday:Abortion Still #1 For Democrats

And a happy Monday to all. It was a long, beer imbided day of football Sunday, so, let's get to it!

Here's some folks who answer the Dems and Michael J. Fox's abortion on demand innebriation.

To start with, Day Gardner of National Black Pro-Life Union

"Michael J. Fox is just another person with an 'everyman for himself mentality.' What makes his life so much more important that the life of a child? We need to remember that there are two different forms of stem cell research. Adult stem cells are available, Mr. Fox knows that. But even in light of that fact, he is still supporting the killing of children and then harvesting their little bodies for their stem cells.

"It is unfortunate that he and so many people suffer with debilitating diseases. We all have lost loved ones to horrible ailments and illnesses — and we all want and pray for good health. But, we should never deny the reality of the living unborn child in order to save our own skins. No human being has a right to do this at the expense of another's life."

Exactly. The Left's push for Embryonic stem cell research is just another way to push abortion on demand. ESC research is not going to be able to get all the "material" they need simply by harvesting eggs.

Big thing is, Michael J. Fox, who is fair game for criticism, due to the commercials he made and overmedicating himself, forgot two things (h/t to Flopping Aces and Stop The ACLU)

Fox: Right, and I agree with them on adult stem cell research. I mean, let’s talk about what we agree on. I agree that stem cell research is fantastic; we should pursue it. I agree that we should have no human cloning. We’re against that. We’re against egg farming, that notion. We agree on all of that.

Fox: Well, I don’t think that’s true. You know, I campaigned for Claire McCaskill. And so I have to qualify it by saying I’m not qualified to speak on the page-to-page content of the initiative. Although, I am quite sure that I’ll agree with it in spirit, I don’t know, I— On full disclosure, I haven’t read it, and that’s why I didn’t put myself up for it distinctly.

So, he made commercials, yet knows less then nothing about the issue, and what those three Democrats he is stumping for really want. Either that, or, referring to the first paragraph excerpted, he is suffering from BDS, or is dishonest in his support of those three Democrats, particularly McCaskill. What does he think the whole debate is over? He says that he is on the Republican side, opposing what is needed to do ESC research.

Stop The ACLU and Flopping Aces have a video of Fox admitting he didn't read the initiative, as does Hot Air. Ms. Underestimated has some of those typically nasty progressive cartoons, which, as usual, fail to address the issue.

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5 Responses to “Beer Monday:Abortion Still #1 For Democrats”

  1. Ogre says:

    Abortion: It defines all issues of the Democrat Party. Abortion first, on demand, at any time, by any one; all other issues second.

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  3. Shame, isn’t it?

  4. jillbryant says:

    Although I have a differing point of view on almost everything you’ve said, I just want to comment on the soldiers serving (shame Rush could never serve because of his pineal cyst) There are two letters you might want to look at:

    Here’s the one from Pat Tillman’s brother:

    After Pat’s Birthday
    By Kevin Tillman

    It is Pat’s birthday on November 6, and elections are the day after. It gets me thinking about a conversation I had with Pat before we joined the military. He spoke about the risks with signing the papers. How once we committed, we were at the mercy of the American leadership and the American people. How we could be thrown in a direction not of our
    volition. How fighting as a soldier would leave us without a voice… until we get out.

    Much has happened since we handed over our voice: Somehow we were sent to invade a nation because it was a direct threat to the American people, or to the world, or harbored terrorists, or was involved in the September 11 attacks, or received weapons-grade uranium from Niger, or had mobile weapons labs, or WMD, or had a need to be liberated, or we needed to establish a democracy, or stop an insurgency, or stop a civil war we created that can’t be called a civil war even though it is. Something like that.

    Somehow America has become a country that projects everything that it is not and condemns everything that it is.

    Somehow our elected leaders were subverting international law and humanity by setting up secret prisons around the world, secretly kidnapping people, secretly holding them indefinitely, secretly not charging them with anything, secretly torturing them.

    Somehow that overt policy of torture became the fault of a few “bad apples” in the military.

    Somehow back at home, support for the soldiers meant having a five-year-old kindergartener scribble a picture with crayons and send it overseas, or slapping stickers on cars, or lobbying Congress for an extra pad in a helmet. It’s interesting that a soldier on his third or fourth tour should care about a drawing from a five-year-old; or a faded sticker on a car as his friends die around him; or an extra pad in a helmet, as if it will protect him when an IED throws his vehicle 50 feet into the air as his body comes apart and his skin melts to the seat.

    Somehow the more soldiers that die, the more legitimate the illegal invasion becomes.

    Somehow American leadership, whose only credit is lying to its people and illegally invading a nation, has been allowed to steal the courage, virtue and honor of its soldiers on the ground.

    Somehow those afraid to fight an illegal invasion decades ago are allowed to send soldiers to die for an illegal invasion they started.

    Somehow faking character, virtue and strength is tolerated.

    Somehow profiting from tragedy and horror is tolerated.

    Somehow the death of tens, if not hundreds, of thousands of people is tolerated.

    Somehow subversion of the Bill of Rights and The Constitution is tolerated.

    Somehow suspension of Habeas Corpus is supposed to keep this country safe.

    Somehow torture is tolerated.

    Somehow lying is tolerated.

    Somehow reason is being discarded for faith, dogma, and nonsense.

    Somehow American leadership managed to create a more dangerous world.

    Somehow a narrative is more important than reality.

    Somehow America has become a country that projects everything that it is not and condemns everything that it is.

    Somehow the most reasonable, trusted and respected country in the world has become one of the most irrational, belligerent, feared, and distrusted countries in the world.

    Somehow being politically informed, diligent, and skeptical has been replaced by apathy through active ignorance.

    Somehow the same incompetent, narcissistic, virtueless, vacuous, malicious criminals are still in charge of this country.

    Somehow this is tolerated.

    Somehow nobody is accountable for this.

    In a democracy, the policy of the leaders is the policy of the people. So don’t be shocked when our grandkids bury much of this generation as traitors to the nation, to the world and to humanity. Most likely, they will come to know that “somehow” was nurtured by fear, insecurity and indifference, leaving the country vulnerable to unchecked, unchallenged

    Luckily this country is still a democracy. People still have a voice. People still can take action. It can start after Pat’s birthday.

    Brother and Friend of Pat Tillman,

    Kevin Tillman

    The second one, I’ll just link to (if you don’t like the link – it is all over the place:,8816,1543658,00.html

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