Mass shootings on rise since Roe v. Wade: Planned Parenthood as the NRA of Abortion?
By Jeffrey Lord
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McCarthy is nothing if not fervent when it comes to gun control, saying earlier this year on Meet the Press of her House colleagues’ lack of willingness to stand up to the NRA:
A lot of politicians know it’s the right thing to try to fight for something to save lives. They don’t have a spine anymore. They pander to who’s giving them money…
Catch that line about it being the “right thing to try to fight for something to save lives”?
Does McCarthy, a Catholic, stand up to the “pro-choice” — read: abortion — lobby? Of course not. Not a prayer. She not only gets a 100% rating from NARAL Pro-Choice America and whatever contributions come along with that, she has voted against banning partial-birth abortions. So much for Representative McCarthy’s spine about saving the lives of children.
Does Collins mention any of this? You’re kidding, right?
In fairness to Representative McCarthy and all these folks at the Times and the Post, they are far from alone in having this Grand Canyon-sized hypocrisy about violence against defenseless children.
Let’s name some more names, shall we?
Let’s focus on a politician not so familiar to Americans. What is his stance on abortion and what the good Deacon refers to as “a culture that not only does not respect life, but discards it like trash — not only at the beginning of life, but also at the end, and every place in between.”
This politician’s view is this:
With the unwavering belief that our nation’s Constitution protects the right to privacy and a woman’s autonomy over her own body, I have a voting record and moral compass that is unequivocally pro-choice.
Catch that reference to his “moral compass”?
Which is to say, this man is an enthusiastic supporter of what the Deacon calls “a culture …that does not respect life…. but discards it like trash.” Or, in the words of Newtown’s Monsignor Robert Weiss, who spoke at the televised Newtown memorial service that featured President Obama, this man is a staunch supporter of “a culture of death.”
Who is this politician? That would be the new U.S. Senator-elect from Connecticut, Congressman Chris Murphy. Mr. Murphy has been representing the Fifth District of Connecticut the last few years — and yes, you guessed it. Mr. Murphy represents the Fifth District town of Newtown. Where, this past Friday, someone who was bred to the bone in “a culture that does not respect life” walked into a school in Murphy’s own district and proceeded to “discard it like trash.”
Will Senator-elect Murphy suddenly see the light on the moral issue involved with abortion and the corrosive, not to mention horrific, affect Roe v. Wade has now abruptly had on his own constituents with the slaughter of 20 innocents and 6 adults? Doubtful.
Then there’s President Obama’s contribution to all this.