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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Party of Death

There is a new book called the "Party of Death" Nationial Review has an interview with the author. from the book.

"The party of death started with abortion, but its sickle has gone from threatening the unborn, to the elderly, to the disabled; it has swept from the maternity ward to the cloning laboratory to a generalized disregard for 'inconvenient' human life."

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Monday, April 24, 2006

Pro-choicers are fighting laws that punish those that kill wanted fetuses.

Pro-choicers are once again fighting laws that would punish those that kill wanted fetuses. All they care about is the the filling of the unborn goes on.

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Sunday, April 23, 2006

Judge rules doctors are not required to report sexual activity of those under 16 to authorities.

In what is being seen as a victory for an abortion rights group, a federal judge in the United States has ruled that abortion clinic doctors and other professionals are not required under Kansas law to report report consensual sexual activity of those under 16 to authorities.
But wait thouse under 16 can't have consenual sex. And what about child abuse? Now abusers are protected from being reported. They can get young girls pregnant then take them to an abortionist knowing they won't be reported.

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Saturday, April 22, 2006

Watch toward the end of this 24 second video. The baby rubs his eyes.

Watch as the unborn baby rubs his eyes. And you pro-choicers support killing this baby?

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Baby in the womb video.

Very cool baby in the womb video.

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Real teen post proof that Plames identity wasn't Secret.

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A hero in Iraq recieves a wrong number phone call and saves lives.

Wrong number: Interpreter answers cell phone, dupes insurgents

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Passengers prevent man from bringing plane down.

Passengers prevent man from bringing plane down.

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Lego will help build New Orleans schools.

For every brick you send to Lego they will pay for a brick for a school in New Orleans.

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Judge says if you are 'ignorant' you can hurt baby.

Judge says if you are 'ignorant' you can hurt baby.

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Opera browser Beta 9 has widgets built in!

 I have downloaded it  and so far love the new Opera browser. It has widgets built in. And works great so far.

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Planned Parenthood's Choice! Magazine interviews Annette Souder.

 Planned Parenthood's Choice! Magazine interviews Annette Souder. She is the  senior Washington representative for the Global Population and Environment Program at the Sierra Club. I would like to ask her about the Sierra Club's ties to overpopulation nuts.




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Margaret Sanger the founder of Planned Parenthood. In her own words.

The Pivot of Civilization

CHAPTER V: The Cruelty of Charity "Fostering the good-for-nothing at the expense of the good is an extreme cruelty. It is a deliberate storing up of miseries for future generations. There is no greater curse to posterity than that of bequeathing them an increasing population of imbeciles." Herbert Spencer The last century has witnessed the rise and development of philanthropy and organized charity. Coincident with the all-conquering power of machinery and capitalistic control, with the unprecedented growth of great cities and industrial centers, and the creation of great proletarian populations, modern civilization has been confronted, to a degree hitherto unknown in human history, with the complex problem of sustaining human life in surroundings and under conditions flagrantly dysgenic. The program, as I believe all competent authorities in contemporary philanthropy and organized charity would agree, has been altered in aim and purpose. It was first the outgrowth of humanitarian and altruistic idealism, perhaps not devoid of a strain of sentimentalism, of an idealism that was aroused by a desperate picture of human misery intensified by the industrial revolution. It has developed in later years into a program not so much aiming to succor the unfortunate victims of circumstances, as to effect what we may term social sanitation. Primarily, it is a program of self-protection. Contemporary philanthropy, I believe, recognizes that extreme poverty and overcrowded slums are veritable breeding-grounds of epidemics, disease, delinquency and dependency. Its aim, therefore, is to prevent the individual family from sinking to that abject condition in which it will become a much heavier burden upon society. There is no need here to criticize the obvious limitations of organized charities in meeting the desperate problem of destitution. We are all familiar with these criticisms: the common indictment of "inefficiency" so often brought against public and privately endowed agencies. The charges include the high cost of administration; the pauperization of deserving poor, and the encouragement and fostering of the "undeserving"; the progressive destruction of self-respect and self-reliance by the paternalistic interference of social agencies; the impossibility of keeping pace with the ever-increasing multiplication of factors and influences responsible for the perpetuation of human misery; the misdirection and misappropriation of endowments; the absence of interorganization and coordination of the various agencies of church, state, and privately endowed institutions; the "crimes of charity" that are occasionally exposed in newspaper scandals. These and similar strictures we may ignore as irrelevant to our present purpose, as inevitable but not incurable faults that have been and are being eliminated in the slow but certain growth of a beneficent power in modern civilization. In reply to such criticisms, the protagonist of modern philanthropy might justly point to the honest and sincere workers and disinterested scientists it has mobilized, to the self-sacrificing and hard-working executives who have awakened public attention to the evils of poverty and the menace to the race engendered by misery and filth. Even if we accept organized charity at its own valuation, and grant that it does the best it can, it is exposed to a more profound criticism. It reveals a fundamental and irremediable defect. Its very success, its very efficiency, its very necessity to the social order, are themselves the most unanswerable indictment. Organized charity itself is the symptom of a malignant social disease. Those vast, complex, interrelated organizations aiming to control and to diminish the spread of misery and destitution and all the menacing evils that spring out of this sinisterly fertile soil, are the surest sign that our civilization has bred, is breeding and is perpetuating constantly increasing numbers of defectives, delinquents and dependents. My criticism, therefore, is not directed at the "failure" of philanthropy, but rather at its success. These dangers inherent in the very idea of humanitarianism and altruism, dangers which have to-day produced their full harvest of human waste, of inequality and inefficiency, were fully recognized in the last century at the moment when such ideas were first put into practice. Readers of Huxley's attack on the Salvation Army will recall his penetrating and stimulating condemnation of the debauch of sentimentalism which expressed itself in so uncontrolled a fashion in the Victorian era. One of the most penetrating of American thinkers, Henry James, Sr., sixty or seventy years ago wrote: "I have been so long accustomed to see the most arrant deviltry transact itself in the name of benevolence, that the moment I hear a profession of good will from almost any quarter, I instinctively look around for a constable or place my hand within reach of a bell-rope. My ideal of human intercourse would be a state of things in which no man will ever stand in need of any other man's help, but will derive all his satisfaction from the great social tides which own no individual names. I am sure no man can be put in a position of dependence upon another, without the other's very soon becoming—if he accepts the duties of the relation—utterly degraded out of his just human proportions. No man can play the Deity to his fellow man with impunity—I mean, spiritual impunity, of course. For see: if I am at all satisfied with that relation, if it contents me to be in a position of generosity towards others, I must be remarkably indifferent at bottom to the gross social inequality which permits that position, and, instead of resenting the enforced humiliation of my fellow man to myself in the interests of humanity, I acquiesce in it for the sake of the profit it yields to my own self-complacency. I do hope the reign of benevolence is over; until that event occurs, I am sure the reign of God will be impossible." To-day, we may measure the evil effects of "benevolence" of this type, not merely upon those who have indulged in it, but upon the community at large. These effects have been reduced to statistics and we cannot, if we would, escape their significance. Look, for instance (since they are close at hand, and fairly representative of conditions elsewhere) at the total annual expenditures of public and private "charities and corrections" for the State of New York. For the year ending June 30, 1919, the expenditures of public institutions and agencies amounted to $33, 936,205.88. The expenditures of privately supported and endowed institutions for the same year, amount to $58,100,530.98. This makes a total, for public and private charities and corrections of $92,036,736.86. A conservative estimate of the increase for the year (1920-1921) brings this figure approximately to one-hundred and twenty-five millions. These figures take on an eloquent significance if we compare them to the comparatively small amounts spent upon education, conservation of health and other constructive efforts. Thus, while the City of New York spent $7.35 per capita on public education in the year 1918, it spent on public charities no less than $2.66. Add to this last figure an even larger amount dispensed by private agencies, and we may derive some definite sense of the heavy burden of dependency, pauperism and delinquency upon the normal and healthy sections of the community. Statistics now available also inform us that more than a million dollars are spent annually to support the public and private institutions in the state of New York for the segregation of the feeble-minded and the epileptic. A million and a half is spent for the up-keep of state prisons, those homes of the "defective delinquent." Insanity, which, we should remember, is to a great extent hereditary, annually drains from the state treasury no less than $11,985,695.55, and from private sources and endowments another twenty millions. When we learn further that the total number of inmates in public and private institutions in the State of New York—in alms-houses, reformatories, schools for the blind, deaf and mute, in insane asylums, in homes for the feeble-minded and epileptic—amounts practically to less than sixty-five thousand, an insignificant number compared to the total population, our eyes should be opened to the terrific cost to the community of this dead weight of human waste. The United States Public Health Survey of the State of Oregon, recently published, shows that even a young community, rich in natural resources, and unusually progressive in legislative measures, is no less subject to this burden. Out of a total population of 783,000 it is estimated that more than 75,000 men, women and children are dependents, feeble-minded, or delinquents. Thus about 10 per cent. of the population is a constant drain on the finances, health, and future of that community. These figures represent a more definite and precise survey than the rough one indicated by the statistics of charities and correction for the State of New York. The figures yielded by this Oregon survey are also considerably lower than the average shown by the draft examination, a fact which indicates that they are not higher than might be obtained from other States. Organized charity is thus confronted with the problem of feeble-mindedness and mental defect. But just as the State has so far neglected the problem of mental defect until this takes the form of criminal delinquency, so the tendency of our philanthropic and charitable agencies has been to pay no attention to the problem until it has expressed itself in terms of pauperism and delinquency. Such "benevolence" is not merely ineffectual; it is positively injurious to the community and the future of the race. But there is a special type of philanthropy or benevolence, now widely advertised and advocated, both as a federal program and as worthy of private endowment, which strikes me as being more insidiously injurious than any other. This concerns itself directly with the function of maternity, and aims to supply GRATIS medical and nursing facilities to slum mothers. Such women are to be visited by nurses and to receive instruction in the "hygiene of pregnancy"; to be guided in making arrangements for confinements; to be invited to come to the doctor's clinics for examination and supervision. They are, we are informed, to "receive adequate care during pregnancy, at confinement, and for one month afterward." Thus are mothers and babies to be saved. "Childbearing is to be made safe." The work of the maternity centers in the various American cities in which they have already been established and in which they are supported by private contributions and endowment, it is hardly necessary to point out, is carried on among the poor and more docile sections of the city, among mothers least able, through poverty and ignorance, to afford the care and attention necessary for successful maternity. Now, as the findings of Tredgold and Karl Pearson and the British Eugenists so conclusively show, and as the infant mortality reports so thoroughly substantiate, a high rate of fecundity is always associated with the direst poverty, irresponsibility, mental defect, feeble-mindedness, and other transmissible taints. The effect of maternity endowments and maternity centers supported by private philanthropy would have, perhaps already have had, exactly the most dysgenic tendency. The new government program would facilitate the function of maternity among the very classes in which the absolute necessity is to discourage it. Such "benevolence" is not merely superficial and near-sighted. It conceals a stupid cruelty, because it is not courageous enough to face unpleasant facts. Aside from the question of the unfitness of many women to become mothers, aside from the very definite deterioration in the human stock that such programs would inevitably hasten, we may question its value even to the normal though unfortunate mother. For it is never the intention of such philanthropy to give the poor over-burdened and often undernourished mother of the slum the opportunity to make the choice herself, to decide whether she wishes time after to time to bring children into the world. It merely says "Increase and multiply: We are prepared to help you do this." Whereas the great majority of mothers realize the grave responsibility they face in keeping alive and rearing the children they have already brought into the world, the maternity center would teach them how to have more. The poor woman is taught how to have her seventh child, when what she wants to know is how to avoid bringing into the world her eighth. Such philanthropy, as Dean Inge has so unanswerably pointed out, is kind only to be cruel, and unwittingly promotes precisely the results most deprecated. It encourages the healthier and more normal sections of the world to shoulder the burden of unthinking and indiscriminate fecundity of others; which brings with it, as I think the reader must agree, a dead weight of human waste. Instead of decreasing and aiming to eliminate the stocks that are most detrimental to the future of the race and the world, it tends to render them to a menacing degree dominant. On the other hand, the program is an indication of a suddenly awakened public recognition of the shocking conditions surrounding pregnancy, maternity, and infant welfare prevailing at the very heart of our boasted civilization. So terrible, so unbelievable, are these conditions of child-bearing, degraded far below the level of primitive and barbarian tribes, nay, even below the plane of brutes, that many high-minded people, confronted with such revolting and disgraceful facts, lost that calmness of vision and impartiality of judgment so necessary in any serious consideration of this vital problem. Their "hearts" are touched; they become hysterical; they demand immediate action; and enthusiastically and generously they support the first superficial program that is advanced. Immediate action may sometimes be worse than no action at all. The "warm heart" needs the balance of the cool head. Much harm has been done in the world by those too-good-hearted folk who have always demanded that "something be done at once." They do not stop to consider that the very first thing to be done is to subject the whole situation to the deepest and most rigorous thinking. As the late Walter Bagehot wrote in a significant but too often forgotten passage: "The most melancholy of human reflections, perhaps, is that on the whole it is a question whether the benevolence of mankind does more good or harm. Great good, no doubt, philanthropy does, but then it also does great evil. It augments so much vice, it multiplies so much suffering, it brings to life such great populations to suffer and to be vicious, that it is open to argument whether it be or be not an evil to the world, and this is entirely because excellent people fancy they can do much by rapid action, and that they will most benefit the world when they most relieve their own feelings; that as soon as an evil is seen, `something' ought to be done to stay and prevent it. One may incline to hope that the balance of good over evil is in favor of benevolence; one can hardly bear to think that it is not so; but anyhow it is certain that there is a most heavy debt of evil, and that this burden might almost all have been spared us if philanthropists as well as others had not inherited form their barbarous forefathers a wild passion for instant action." It is customary, I believe, to defend philanthropy and charity upon the basis of the sanctity of human life. Yet recent events in the world reveal a curious contradiction in this respect. Human life is held sacred, as a general Christian principle, until war is declared, when humanity indulges in a universal debauch of bloodshed and barbarism, inventing poison gases and every type of diabolic suggestion to facilitate killing and starvation. Blockades are enforced to weaken and starve civilian populations—women and children. This accomplished, the pendulum of mob passion swings back to the opposite extreme, and the compensatory emotions express themselves in hysterical fashion. Philanthropy and charity are then unleashed. We begin to hold human life sacred again. We try to save the lives of the people we formerly sought to weaken by devastation, disease and starvation. We indulge in "drives," in campaigns of relief, in a general orgy of international charity. We are thus witnessing to-day the inauguration of a vast system of international charity. As in our more limited communities and cities, where self-sustaining and self-reliant sections of the population are forced to shoulder the burden of the reckless and irresponsible, so in the great world community the more prosperous and incidentally less populous nations are asked to relieve and succor those countries which are either the victims of the wide-spread havoc of war, of militaristic statesmanship, or of the age-long tradition of reckless propagation and its consequent over-population. The people of the United States have recently been called upon to exercise their traditional generosity not merely to aid the European Relief Council in its efforts to keep alive three million, five hundred thousand starving children in Central Europe, but in addition to contribute to that enormous fund to save the thirty million Chinese who find themselves at the verge of starvation, owing to one of those recurrent famines which strike often at that densely populated and inert country, where procreative recklessness is encouraged as a matter of duty. The results of this international charity have not justified the effort nor repaid the generosity to which it appealed. In the first place, no effort was made to prevent the recurrence of the disaster; in the second place, philanthropy of this type attempts to sweep back the tide of miseries created by unrestricted propagation, with the feeble broom of sentiment. As one of the most observant and impartial of authorities on the Far East, J. O. P. Bland, has pointed out: "So long as China maintains a birth-rate that is estimated at fifty-five per thousand or more, the only possible alternative to these visitations would be emigration and this would have to be on such a scale as would speedily overrun and overfill the habitable globe. Neither humanitarian schemes, international charities nor philanthropies can prevent widespread disaster to a people which habitually breeds up to and beyond the maximum limits of its food supply." Upon this point, it is interesting to add, Mr. Frank A. Vanderlip has likewise pointed out the inefficacy and misdirection of this type of international charity.(1) Mr. Bland further points out: "The problem presented is one with which neither humanitarian nor religious zeal can ever cope, so long as we fail to recognize and attack the fundamental cause of these calamities. As a matter of sober fact, the benevolent activities of our missionary societies to reduce the deathrate by the prevention of infanticide and the checking of disease, actually serve in the end to aggravate the pressure of population upon its food-supply and to increase the severity of the inevitably resultant catastrophe. What is needed for the prevention, or, at least, the mitigation of these scourges, is an organized educational propaganda, directed first against polygamy and the marriage of minors and the unfit, and, next, toward such a limitation of the birth-rate as shall approximate the standard of civilized countries. But so long as Bishops and well meaning philanthropists in England and America continue to praise and encourage `the glorious fertility of the East' there can be but little hope of minimizing the penalties of the ruthless struggle for existence in China, and Nature's law will therefore continue to work out its own pitiless solution, weeding out every year millions of predestined weaklings." This rapid survey is enough, I hope, to indicate the manifold inadequacies inherent in present policies of philanthropy and charity. The most serious charge that can be brought against modern "benevolence" is that it encourages the perpetuation of defectives, delinquents and dependents. These are the most dangerous elements in the world community, the most devastating curse on human progress and expression. Philanthropy is a gesture characteristic of modern business lavishing upon the unfit the profits extorted from the community at large. Looked at impartially, this compensatory generosity is in its final effect probably more dangerous, more dysgenic, more blighting than the initial practice of profiteering and the social injustice which makes some too rich and others too poor.

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Charlie Sheen tried to make Denise Richards abort their first baby.

In court papers filed by Denise Richards she says the loving caring pro-choicer Charlie Sheen fought with her for one week trying to make her abort their first baby. Then later after he accepted the pregnancy when they found out the unborn baby was a girl he became furious again.

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Arizonia State pro-choice group backs out of debate.

Pro-choicers are always claiming pro-lifers give out false information. So you would think they would jump at the chance to debate pro-lifers. After all they have the correct information. But they have chickened out.

Some students might assume that a week of events about abortion sponsored by a group opposed to abortion would be biased. In response, SFL believes that a public debate about abortion would be an excellent opportunity to present this issue to the student body in a format not biased in favor of one particular side. Earlier this month, ASU SFL invited the Coalition for Reproductive Rights to defend the Supreme Court case of Roe v. Wade, which (along with its companion case Doe v. Bolton) legalized abortion through all nine months of pregnancy for virtually any reason. The CRR accepted SFL's invitation to debate based on the acceptance of particular conditions that would be discussed and finalized at a later time. However, one week after accepting the invitation, SFL was informed via e-mail that the CRR "is unable to debate at this time." SFL responded that if the location, date, time, format or conditions of the debate needed to be changed SFL would accommodate. As of this writing, the CRR has not contacted SFL with a response. It is my opinion that the pro-abortion groups on campus are simply afraid to discuss this issue in an open forum.

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Pro-aborts tear down pro-life display at Princeton University.

Pro-choicers tore down a pro-life display at Princeton University. This is the same tolerant school who's Ira W. DeCamp Professor of Bioethics Peter Singer teaches that newborns are worth less than dogs. Singer also writes it it moral to kill newborns. Many liberals call Singer "the most influential intellectual in the field of ethics". The Princeton College paper has the story.

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Thursday, April 20, 2006

Australian Hospital ordered to hand over abortion records

An Australian Hospital was ordered to hand over abortion records in the case of mother who aborted her unborn baby because she/he might have had dwarfism. Eugenics are here to stay. Soon pro-choicers will be aborting babies because they might have the wrong hair color.

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University professor who destroyed a pro-life display sends out an email to to the students involved.

"If you are named, my advice is to get your attorney to plead you down to a misdemeanor," she wrote, according to The Northerner student paper. "The well-funded Right to Life groups that are pushing for this need felony convictions, I believe, in order to file civil suits for damages." "In the meantime, the campus police continue their investigation," she said. "If you have not yet been interrogated, you do not have to talk to them without an attorney. You can make it hard to find you. Again, I am so sorry."

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NKU President's statement on the destruction by pro-chociers of a pro-life display.

Statement by President James C. Votruba

Posted 04/18/2006I am writing to comment on the recent destruction of an approved campus display created by the Northern Kentucky Right to Life student organization. One of the important roles that a university must play is to be a forum for debate and analysis concerning the important issues of the day. Often these issues are surrounded by strident rhetoric and strong emotions, which makes it even more incumbent on the university to create and nurture an intellectual environment in which reason and evidence prevail and where all points of view can be heard. Northern Kentucky University has a distinguished record of addressing important public issues in a balanced way. We are proud that, as a campus, we are not the captive of one ideology or point of view. At their best, universities are not places of comfortable conformity. They are places where ideas collide as students and faculty search for deeper understandings and perspectives. While the University supports the right to free speech and vigorous debate on public issues, we cannot condone infringement of the rights of others to express themselves in an orderly manner. By leading her students in the destruction of an approved student organization display, Professor Sally Jacobsen’s actions were inconsistent with Northern Kentucky University’s commitment to free and open debate and the opportunity for all sides to be heard without threat of censorship or reprisal. It has been heartening that student and faculty groups that do not necessarily support the position of Northern Kentucky Right to Life have come out strongly in support of the organization’s right to be heard through their display. This reflects a commitment to the importance of free speech and inquiry as a hallmark of our University. Professor Jacobsen has been removed from her remaining classes and placed on leave from the University. She will retire from the University at the end of this semester. The Faculty Senate, representing more than 1,000 NKU faculty members, has taken strong action today that affirms the importance of free expression as a defining quality of the University. Our campus has spoken with a strong and unified voice. Further action may occur once a full investigation has been completed.The action taken by the University should be considered in the context of Professor Jacobsen’s entire 27-year career at NKU. Nevertheless, her recent lapse of judgment was severe and, for a period of time, has caused some in our community and beyond to question whether Northern Kentucky University upholds freedom of expression. My answer to this question is an unequivocal yes. NKU lives its commitment to free expression and responds when that commitment has been compromised.America is, today, debating a variety of polarizing issues around which people feel great passion. It is not surprising that these strong sentiments find their way onto college campuses. However, our role is to add light to these debates, not more heat. If we don’t serve this role, who will?

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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Teachings of Jon.

When I posted on one message board that babies with Down Syndrome and Spina Bifida deserve to live one poster replied that I was evil. And even posted that I just want them alive. Well the other day I watched The Teachings of Jon on PBS. It was an amazing look at a family with a child with Down Syndrome. And what they learned. And how their life changed. Watch it if you get the chance.

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"I deeply regret my impulsive action in dismantling that display."

"I deeply regret my impulsive action in dismantling that display" Professor Sally Jacobsen said during her apology for tearing down a pro-life display. She deserves to go to jail for what she did. As a liberal she should protect free speech. But like most liberals she only wants to protect liberal free speech. Any other speech is offensive to her and needs to be shut down. Pro-life blogs has more details.

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How pro-choicers really feel about back alley abortionists.

Pro-choicers are always bringing up the horrors of back alley abortions. If back alley abortions were so bad wouldn't back alley abortionists be the scum of the earth? Does anyone disagree? Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and Al Gore must because Heather Booth the founder of JANE one of the largest back alley abortion groups of all time was an advisor to all three. And Booth was leader in the Democratic National Committee for years. This women may have killed women with her back alley abortions and yet she is rewarded. Pro-choicers loved the back alley abortionsts so much they written glowing books about JANE and other back alley abortionists. Books that claim they were heroes. There is a movie about JANE that portrays them as heroes. JANE had non doctors give abortions. And some claimed to the pregnant women they were doctors when they weren't. Yet the members of JANE are heroes. According to pro-choicers.

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Saturday, April 15, 2006

Violent Planned Parenthood cartoon.

Violent Planned Parenthood cartoon. Note the part toward the front when the girl mentions the birth control pill. When the pro-lifer asks about STDs the girl just says she plans on not getting a STD. The pill has zero protection against STDs. So taking the pill and hoping is not safe sex at all.

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Basil's Blog

Articles of intertest.

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Pro-choicer blames fetishization for abortion ban.

Apparently not killing babies is just a fetish.

Is there any connection between the fetishization of celebrity pregnancy & babies, "fashionable bumps" and the abortion ban passed in South Dakota earlier this month (and similar legislation on the table in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee and West Virginia)? That the senate is considering a bill (s.1955) that would allow insurance companies to ignore laws that require them to include contraceptives in their prescription plans? The latest accessory you just have to have (because you have no choice)? I'm just asking... (and writing my senator).

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Democrats in Colorado are desperate for a pro-abortion candidate for govenor.

Democrats in Colorado are so desperate for a pro-abortion candidate for govenor that

Kathryn Wittneben, the executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado, asked a reporter. "Are you pro-choice? If you're pro-choice, you could run."

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Friday, April 14, 2006

Cool use of robots. Pregnant robots used in medicine.

Pregnant robots are popular.

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Northern Kentucky University professor tells students to vandalize crosses.

Typical hypocrite liberal pro-abort breaks all rules of free speech and tolerance. I wish these same liberals would move to North Korea then they would see what it would be like to live without free speech.

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Thursday, April 13, 2006

Nurse who refused to perform abortions is raped.

Pak nurse raped for abortion refusal

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Pro-abortion reporter says teens can't be interviewed with without parental consent.

You can stick a suction device inside her to kill her unborn, but she can't be interviewed for a newspaper? Also notice that she claims women are targeted by white men. But she fails to mention that unborn babies are targeted by pro-choicers. And that blacks and Indians were targets of Planned Parenthood.

Escape from South Dakota

As a journalist I know we need to seek out the girls in South Dakota. We need to interview them and profile them in the coming months as the ban takes effect. The only problem is, you can't interview teenagers without parental consent. The girls we most need to find are the ones who are hidden from us, staring into bathroom mirrors, wondering what they are going to do, wondering if this is a life inside them, or a sickness, a punishment. When you have a kid, on some essential level you disappear and fate takes over. Your internal life fragments and you are unrecognizable to yourself. You become focused on this creature (that is, if you are not a narcissist or a sociopath). This disappearance of the self is a key to the real truth about the right-to-life movement: It's not really a matter of protecting the unborn; it's a matter of making girls and women disappear. For the right-to-lifers, sexual women need to be stopped, erased, reconfigured, terminated. So it is strangely appropriate that the one ray of light in the South Dakota story comes from a population also targeted for termination by white men.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Hundreds of women win goverment run healthcare loses.

The NHS trust in the UK which has been denying women the right to take the breast-cancer drug Herceptin has lost in the Court of Appeals. Amazingly the goverment run system of health care was planning on letting these women die to save money. This type of thing will happen here in the USA if the goverment takes over health care.

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PP fighting court ruling it received money violation of state law.

Planned Parenthood of Missouri took $900,000 in money from the state in violation of state law. Now they are in court fighting a lower court ruling that they have to pay it back.

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Virginia Board of Medicine has suspended abortionist's license.

Abortionist Reffat Kamel Abofreka of Annandale had his license suspended. Amoung the reasons: The board alleges that in two cases he failed to determine the age of a fetus before starting to terminate the pregnancies. In both cases the board says he told the patients to go to the hospital, but failed to arrange for their transfer. The board also says Abofreka didn't provide prenatal or obstetrical care to a pregnant patient over a five-month period. Other records indicate Abofreka has been disciplined by the board before. The board reprimanded him in 1998 in connection with disciplinary cases in South Carolina and Pennsylvania. Source wtop news. Real Choice blog has detailed information.

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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

Roger McBeath Jr wants a new trial

Roger McBeath Jr wants a new trial. He was convicted in the murder of Ashley Lyons his pregnant ex-girlfriend. His sister, new girlfriend Dena Williams, and Thomas Williams all have pled guilty in the murder of the teen who wanted to give birth.

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ACLU backs down.

The ACLU has taken their support of Rep. Carolyn Maloney's bill that punishes crisis pregnant centers off their website. Their support for her bill shows that killing the unborn is more important to the ACLU than free speach is

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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Rep. Cynthia McKinney apologizes. But if she was innocent why apologize?

But if she was innocent why apologize? It's funny now the grand jury is meeting she now claims she is sorry. And her bodyguard has now gotten into a shoving match with Scott McFarlane, a reporter from WSB-TV in Atlanta, McKinney's hometown. The security guard threatened to throw the reporter's "a-- in jail."

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Grand jury will hear testiomny in Rep. Cynthia McKinney's cop punching case.

A grand jury will hear testiomny in Rep. Cynthia McKinney's cop punching case on thursday. She is still playing the race card. She claims she was racially profiled.

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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Another pro-choicer pleds guilty in the murder of Ashley Lyons who was five months pregnant.

Thomas Williams, 20 was the third person so far convicted in the murder. Her boyfriend Roger McBeath Jrv wanted to cause her to miscarry but later decided to use a 9mm on her and murder her. Ashley was murdered in Scott County Ky in 2004.

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Three pro-chociers convicted of beating pregnant woman because she wanted to give birth.

SACRAMENTO - Three people have been found guilty of beating a pregnant woman in an effort to kill the fetus her boyfriend did not want her to carry to term. A Sacramento County jury convicted Terry Buford, Titenesha Russell and Dwayne Curry in the Sept. 25, 2004, attack, district attorney Jan Scully's office said Tuesday. The victim was 7 1/2 months pregnant with Buford's child when the three took the victim to a park under the pretense of going to the movies, Scully's office said. Instead, they beat her with a baseball bat, a metal flashlight, a garbage can and their hands and fists, causing serious head injuries. As she lay unconscious, the defendants stripped her and searched her for money. They eventually dumped her by the side of a road, where she was found and taken to a hospital. Doctors delivered the baby through an emergency Cesarian section and were able to resuscitate it. Buford, Russell and Curry were convicted Monday of attempted murder of a fetus, assault with a deadly weapon to terminate a pregnancy, attempted robbery and kidnap for purposes of robbery. Buford and Russell also were found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder. All three face up to life in prison at a May 4 sentencing.

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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Is killing the baby the right thing when the mother is poor?

CNN interviewed the abortionist who flies in from Minnesota to do abortions in South Datoka. While there six of the 16 women there for abortions said they were aborting because they couldn't afford the child. Isn't the proper response to help her find financial help so she is able to afford the baby?

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Sunday, April 02, 2006

More on Dieudonne and the radical French left

Most of all, however, Dieudonné has come to symbolise - and some say foment - the rise of a "new anti-Semitism" among Arab and black youths and on the "white" far left. Race was not a direct issue in the suburban riots which shook France last autumn. The young, black, brown and some white kids who belong to suburban youth gangs are not racist among themselves. There is one huge exception, however. They have a gut hatred of the "feujs" (backward slang for juifs or Jews). This anti-Semitism, often based on lurid fantasies of Jewish wealth and power, was not invented by Dieudonné. It began with the sympathy of young people of Arab origin for Palestinian kids throwing stones at Israeli troops. Dieudonné stands accused, however, of making this new anti-Semitism of the French under classes - and increasingly of the French far left - more respectable and spreading it to French people of African or West Indian origin. Mr Dray is the official spokesman of France's main opposition, Socialist party and a founder of SOS-Racisme (an organisation once supported by Dieudonné, now dismissed by him as a "Zionist" front). M. Dray said: "[Ilan Halimi's] murder must be seen against the background of the social climate in France. Dieudonné is not responsible for his death but he shares the blame for the rise in anti-Semitism [in the suburbs]." Youssouf Fofana, the alleged leader of the kidnap gang which abducted, tortured and murdered M. Halimi (a mobile phone salesman from a modest background), explained his choice of victim to his fellow gang-members in starkly racial terms. According to statements to police, he said: "The Jews are kings, because they eat up all the state's money, but I'm black and treated by the state like a slave." This is a garbled version of the "Jews rule-black suffer" message popularised in the suburbs by Dieudonné in the past two or three years. Off-stage, or off his political soap-box, Dieudonné is a gentle, soft-spoken man. He was so loved by showbusiness friends - including his original double-act partner, the Jewish comedian, Elie Semoun - that they defended his initial lurches towards anti-Semitism. A comedian had the right to satirise even the most sacred of taboos, they said. As Dieudonné plunged further into politics, and outright Jew-baiting, his entertainment friends dropped him one by one. In an interview with The Independent, the comedian-politician rejected suggestions that he was anti-Semitic. "I am anti-Zionist and I oppose the power of the Zionist lobby in France," he said. "France is meant to be a secular Republic which treats all races equally but the power of Zionism has perverted that. "I remain as profoundly anti-racist as I ever was. It is the Jews, or Zionists, who have created racism by forming such an effective lobby for one ethnic group and for the state of Israel, which illegally occupies the land of another people. "The Holocaust was a terrible, appalling thing but there has been other suffering in history and there is other suffering today in a world cursed by the power of money. The Zionists have perverted the values of the Republic so that only the suffering of the Jews is recognised officially, not, for instance, the suffering of blacks through the slave trade." Dieudonné proceeds by the kind of nudge-nudge, coded provocation that has long been the stock in trade of the anti-Semitic far right in France. He had been prosecuted 17 times for inciting racial hatred, or denying the Holocaust, but had won every case before his recent condemnation. If you put a few of his comments together, however, the Dieudonné message becomes pretty clear. On Beur FM, a radio station directed at young people of North African origin, he said in March last year: "In my children's school books, I ripped out the pages on the Shoah. I will continue to do so as long as our pain is not recognised." In December 2003, he appeared on a French chat and comedy show dressed as an Israeli West Bank colonist and ended his skit with a Nazi salute and shouted: "Israel-heil". In his statement announcing his intention to run for the presidency, he launched an attack on the French Jewish association CRIF (Conseil Représentatif des Institutions Juives de France). It was, he said, a "Zionist organisation of the extreme right that gathers all our leaders at the beginning of the year to share with them a roadmap or an agenda for the year ahead".

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Left wing racist black comedian is all the rage in Paris.

From an interview

Ironically, in 2000 Dieudonné received a special UN award for "demonstration of goodwill and fighting against racism," in recognition of his political efforts on behalf of the homeless and unemployed and the downtrodden in France. Those who bestowed this honor on him might very well blush to hear just some of the things Dieudonné was subsequently quoted as saying. In early 2002, for example, when America was still licking its wounds from the Twin Towers attack, he saw fit to declare in an interview that, in his view, "bin Laden is the most important personality in contemporary history. He stands alone against the biggest power in the world." Nor did Dieudonné hesitate to go on praising the mass murderer. "It's impossible not to admire his actions and I definitely prefer bin Laden's charisma to that of George Bush." Soon after the interview, which caused a big stir, he was questioned on suspicion of promoting terror, but exonerated. The State Prosecutor declined to accept the ruling, but the appeal was denied a year later, with this explanation: "The things that were said are indeed grave and serious, but not to the degree that requires punishment, because of the freedom of speech anchored in the law." Dieudonné went on indiscriminately dropping his bombshells. His harsh treatment of Israel and Jews certainly was cranked up a notch in that infamous television sketch on France 3 in which he appeared in the garb of an ultra-Orthodox Jew with long sidelocks and called on French Muslims "to convert and join the American-Zionist axis of good if they want to improve their quality of life." It was an obvious dig at the "axis of evil" term coined by Bush. Clad in his ultra-Orthodox costume, Dieudonné accused another guest on the program, a well-known Muslim entertainer, of being a dangerous terrorist and demanded that he remove his coat to show that he wasn't hiding a bomb on his body. Before exiting the stage, Dieudonné gazed directly into the camera and bid farewell to the audience with a Nazi-style salute, as he shouted "Isra-Heil!"

Later in same article

In his view, the new direction taken by Dieudonné in recent years is a consequence of cold and calculated career considerations, not part of a neat ideological doctrine. "I think he is acting out of feelings of revenge for never having received the sort of public recognition he felt he deserved," says Camus. "During the 1990s, he joined the battle against the extreme right. He ran in a local election against a candidate from Le Pen's National Front and was one of the founders of the 'Euro-Palestine' list that took part in the elections for the European Parliament. Not long ago, he also said publicly that he would run as a candidate in the presidential elections two years from now with the aim of changing the order of social priorities. For various reasons, he apparently concluded that French society and the political world didn't show him enough gratitude for his efforts. Out of this disappointment has grown the faith that the ones responsible for his being ignored are the Jews, who according to the traditional legend control the media and wove a conspiracy against him. This was a long and ongoing process that blossomed gradually on the margins and whose unfortunate consequences we can see today."

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Over 600 Adverse Events, Including Multiple Deaths, Reported to FDA Involving Abortion Pill RU-486

Over a period of four years, there have been 607 serious adverse events associated with the so-called “abortion pill” RU-486 reported to the FDA. These include five deaths, 68 cases of severe bleeding that required transfusions, and 66 cases of infection.RU-486 was approved in the U.S. by the FDA in September of 2000, for the termination of early pregnancies. Since then, over 460,000 doses have been administered, while the drug has been linked to a total of eight deaths.The 607 complaints were reported between September 2000 and September 2004. Of these there were 237 cases of hemorrhage reported, with one resulting in death. 42 were determined to be life-threatening. Of the reported cases of infection, there were seven incidences of septic shock ( when an infection enters the blood stream and endangers major organs) two of which ended in death.Seventeen of the reported complications occurred because women had an undiagnosed ectopic pregnancy when they took the drug. Ectopic pregnancy occurs when the fertilized egg is implanted in an area outside the uterus, and can be deadly. Eleven cases resulted in ruptures and one in death.Diagnosis of the potentially deadly compilcations of RU-486 is often delayed by the fact that the initial warning signs of serious illness, like abdominal cramping, nausea and vomiting are also frequent side effects of the drug itself.

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Planned Parenthood lures teens with free iPods.

Planned Parenthood Abortion Centers Lure Teens With iPods, Movie Tickets by Steven ErteltLifeNews.com EditorMarch 30, 2006 San Francisco, CA (LifeNews.com) -- Teenagers in the United States are having abortions in fewer numbers than at any time since Roe v. Wade and are more pro-life than older Americans. That means fewer customers for Planned Parenthood, but the abortion business has come up with a corporate marketing plan to lure teens with free iPods and movie tickets. Planned Parenthood Golden Gate, the center that gave teenager Holly Patterson the dangerous abortion drug that killed her, is leading the way with the new marketing scheme. Anyone who makes an appointment at one of the eight PPGG centers before April 30, 2006, can enter to win an iPod. A poster announcing another Planned Parenthood program, called “Tell-A-Friend,” includes a photograph of a teenage girl whispering into the ear of another teen and telling. The text of the ad reads: "Get free movie tickets? Yes. When you tell a friend about Planned Parenthood." "These are some of the schemes Planned Parenthood is using to lure teenagers into its deadly facilities,” said Douglas Scott, president of Life Decisions International, a group that organizes boycotts of companies that contribute to the abortion business. “Now which age group is most likely to be swayed by this kind of gimmick?” Scott asked. “This incentive is clearly aimed at young people.” “Planned Parenthood has resorted to common corporate tactics in an effort to get young people to encourage their peers to voluntarily become the pro-abortion group's new victims," he said. In the tell a friend campaign, teens are asked to obtain a special card at a Planned Parenthood center or download one from their web site. The promoter gets two free movie passes redeemable at any United Artist theater and the friend receives $10 off her first visit. Other Planned Parenthood abortion businesses other than PPGG are using the campaign as well, including the Planned Parenthood ffiliate network in Colorado. Scott said the cards are also offensive because they include graphics from a cartoon video PPGG produced calling for violence against pro-life advocates. A superhero in the cartoon asks abortion advocates to participate in the "elimination" of pro-life people and shoots them with a ray gun. "Just like any other business, a key target group for Planned Parenthood is young people,” Scott said. "And once a teenager is hooked, he or she can prove to be a good source of income for many years to come.” LDI is currently investigating to determine if United Artists donated the tickets to Planned Parenthood or if they were purchased by the group. The pro-life group has not yet called for a boycott of the movie theater company.

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The ACLU hates Crisis Pregnancy Centers so much they want to ban them from being a"Safe Surrender" location.

From the ACLU's press statement "Safe Surrender" or "Infant Abandonment" Legislation (1/22/2003)

Appropriate surrender location. Some legislatures have designated or considered designating so-called "crisis pregnancy centers" as drop-off sites for surrendering parents. These are centers that, under the guise of offering support for women with unplanned pregnancies, often aggressively impose an anti-choice agenda on unsuspecting women. Most of them provide no medical services and are wholly inappropriate as surrender locations for newborns. Instead, a bill should designate drop-off sites that are equipped to provide emergency medical care and are open 24 hours a day.

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Saturday, April 01, 2006

Update on Harvard's anti-jewish paper. They allegedly used neo-nazi sources.

Update on Harvard's anti-jewish paper. They allegedly used neo-nazi sources. "

What we're discovering first of all is that the quotes that they use are not only wrenched out of context, but they are the common quotes that appear on hate sites," Mr. Dershowitz, who is identified in the paper as part of the "lobby," told The New York Sun yesterday.

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Hillary Clinton finds Jesus

Hillary uses religion as a reason to be against the immigration bill. I thought liberals were against using religion in law making?

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Another kind pro-choicer shows what to if your gf is pregnant and you don't want her to have the baby.

A 20-year-old man charged with attempted homicide of an unborn child allegedly threatened to kill his ex-girlfriend and told her he did not want the baby before assaulting her in the 25th Street Kmart parking lot Jan. 30.

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Two men wearing masks break in shoot pregnant woman five times then leave. Mother and baby still alive.

Temika Andrews, 28, four months pregnant, was awakened by glass breaking inside her Duncaster Drive home early Wednesday morning. As she got out of bed to investigate, two armed gunmen wearing ski masks fired on her, Missouri City police say. Doctors at Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center operated on her Wednesday and found that two bullets entered her body but passed through, Missouri City Police Captain John Bailey said. Doctors found three more bullets but left them in Andrews’ body “because there was some concern about the unborn child.” Bailey said Andrews is in “intermediate intensive care,” adding “she’ll survive, and the expect the baby to survive, too.” Police and medical personnel called to Andrews’ home Wednesday morning found her in her bedroom, and she was flown by life-flight to the medical center. By 9 a.m. she was recovering from surgery and talking to a detective. Police said the two suspects, described only as black men wearing ski masks, ransacked the bedroom and opened dresser drawers, however, Bailey said nothing appeared to be missing. “There’s something wrong here,” Bailey said Wednesday. “We’re not sure what’s going on here,” but it appears robbery may not have been a motive in the break-in and shooting.

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Mom who threw baby into trash ordered not to have sex.

Mother who threw baby into trash ordered by judge not to have sex. Since the ethics chairman at Princeston teaches that a newborn baby is woth less than a dog is there any surprize that people throw newborns into dumpsters?

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Another attack on Crisis Pregnancy Centers in New York

A few years ago New Yort Attorny General Elliot Spitzer went after crisis pregnancy centers and now Rep. Carolyn Maloney is sponsoring a bill "Stop Deceptive Advertising for Women's Services Act,". It is a shame they are trying everything they can do to stop people from helping women who want to give birth.

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A movie is being made about the boy who's breakfast of pancakes delayed the end of World War II.

The Messenger is about the teen who's job was to deliver the cable to President Truman that Japan surrendered. The boy not knowing how important the cable was took his time and had pancakes at a diner and flirted with some girls before delivering the history making cable. I want to see it when it comes out.

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Democrats Without a Voice. Caution this video shows real abortions.

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Miami Valley Women's Center video. Crisis pregnancy video

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Dr. Aveda King (Martin Luther King's Niece) talks about the effect of abortion on Africa Americans.

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Nice caring pro-choicer sings what you should do to women who won't abort.

Serpent is the bands name.

Stab her in the stomach Push her down the stairs Abort Abort Abort your babies they deserve to die Abort Abort Abort your babies make those mothers cry push her in the oven no one even cares What's a young mother to do when she gets knocked up (by 5 guys at a party) Abort abort Abort her baby it deserves to die Abort abort Abort her baby she won't even cry Use a wire hangerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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SILENT NO MORE...ABOUT ABORTION. Women speak about abortions they had.

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Wow I am amazed loving caring pro-choicer says in this video we need abortion because there is a shortage of toliet paper.

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Frank's home abortion Kit.

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Supper funny video. Free photobooth.

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Lisa Simpson buys Al' Gore's book. A funny video.

Lisa Simsopn buys Al Gore's book

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Shocked burgler gets a big surprize.

Be careful who's house you break in there just might be a bunch of sumos there.

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Giant cloud of space alcohol found

Giant cloud of space alcohol found Nick Nolte tells NASA he volunteers to go on a mission to check it out.

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