The Texas crusader let it slip this week that she is badly misinformed on the late-term abortion ban she crusaded against. And she’s not the only misinformed Democratic woman, writes Kirsten Powers.
I do not normally blog this kind of thing. That being said, it is interesting to see a Dem like Kirsten Powers take Ms. Davis to task. I guess facts and accuracy matter to Ms. Powers. She does give a bit of an insight to the lack of intelligence on the part of the “pro choice” crowd. For that she is to be commended.
Ms. Davis in my opinion is possessed with a severe case of her mouth writing checks her body cannot cash as it were.
This is a set of three paragraphs that illustrate the addiction to the dogma of the “pro choice” crowd……………………………..
John McCormack has been the dogged fly in the ointment here. On a noble quest to get a response to an eminently reasonable question, he has yet to get a straight answer. In June, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi convened a press conference to condemn a bill banning abortions after 20 weeks. McCormack asked her essentially the same question he asked Davis: “What is the moral difference between what Dr. Gosnell did to a baby born alive at 23 weeks and aborting her moments before birth? Pelosi answered, “You’re probably enjoying that question a lot, I can see you savoring it.” This insulting nonsense inexplicably elicited laughter from some of the assembled reporters.
Pelosi then told an outright lie: “[The 20-week ban] would make it a federal law that there would be no abortion in our country.” No reporter questioned this absurdity, even though they’ve heard pro-abortion rights leaders assert a thousand times that “only” 1.5 percent of abortions occur after 20 weeks. (For those who care, that’s “only” 18,000 late-term abortions each year.)
Pelosi then expressed outrage at the line of questioning, raised the fact she had five children in six years, and snapped, “As a practicing and respectful Catholic, this is sacred ground to me when we talk about this.” When you are pulling the Catholic card to defend your support of unrestricted late-term abortion, you’ve officially gone off the rails.
I had a French-Flemish Catholic Grandmother. Were she still around, she would have a field day with Nana from The Bay Area……Grandma went to Mass every night for many, many years. Grandpa would sit and wait in the car……………………..
This is the Industrial Grade Idiocy we are facing these days…………………………