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Hillary Clinton: Sure, Ninth Month Abortion Is Okay With Me!

Filed under: General — Dana @ 10:00 pm

[guest post by Dana]

I wrote a big, long, detailed post about Hillary Clinton’s disgraceful support of late-term abortion and her claim that the videos released by the Center for Medical Progress – videos that she admits she has not watched in full – were “misleadingly edited” because Planned Parenthood told her they were, but I ended up so disgusted with this vile creature spewing forth so much bullshit, I cut to the chase and posted this instead. Given how utterly unfamiliar with character Hillary Clinton is, it only stands to reason that the concept of a nation’s character would be completely lost on her.

(Video contains graphic images)

(Interestingly, another old, iconic, white feminist ghoul emerged from her crypt long enough to blast Fiorina for daring to fight to protect unborn women – and their rights to choose.)


57 Responses to “Hillary Clinton: Sure, Ninth Month Abortion Is Okay With Me!”

  1. Of course, mustn’t leave out Elizabeth Warren’s hysterical “On my way to the Senate floor now to discuss the horrifying 20-week abortion ban…”

    Horrifying, indeed.

    Dana (86e864)

  2. I apologize in advance for some of the nonsense you may see in this thread. Thanks for continuing to post on this kind of subject. We need to open our eyes, and this is a good focal point to begin discussing what kind of nation we have become, and what we would like to aspire to be.

    Simon Jester (57f2f7)

  3. Two thoughts:

    1. Re: Gloria Steinhem, have you noticed that hysterical Facebook posts are the last resort for people who have been hanging on for so long that major news outlets no longer bother with their press releases? (And sadly, this is starting to go for Sarah Palin too.)

    2. Re: Elizabeth Warren, the irony of her placement of the adjective seems to escape her, as you well noted. Indeed, the only way to describe the strategic murder of a 20-week-old child is “horrifying.”

    JVW (ba78f9)

  4. Barbaric

    mg (31009b)

  5. R.I.P. Yogi Berra

    Icy (941b63)

  6. well, with her as the mother, you kinda have to coincide the point.

    who wouldn’t want her to abort?

    redc1c4 (15039b)

  7. Abortion is such a travesty. This ad has impact.

    Ken in Camarillo (061845)

  8. it’s not the morally bankrupt federal government of failmerica’s place to regulate abortion

    states can and have put in their own late-term abortion regulations

    but this helps explain why Team R can’t nominate conservatives anymore

    they’re statists

    happyfeet (831175)

  9. Ask Team D if I was particularly trying to be an @$$hole.

    Steve57 (6aaa91)

  10. I resent the idea that the only idea I could oppose Sharia is because I
    am a Republican. Indeed, I oppose it.

    Steve57 (6aaa91)

  11. I oppose not just Sharia, but the idea of opposing sharia. Call me racist.

    Steve57 (6aaa91)

  12. That didn’t make much sense. What I meant to say was that I support, uhh, not supporting.

    Steve57 (6aaa91)

  13. George Carlin used to joke that abortion should be legal until the 123rd trimester, at the mother’s discretion. Hillary and Obama probably wish they could make that the new law.

    dfbaskwill (a0813f)

  14. That didn’t make much sense. What I meant to say was that I support, uhh, not supporting.

    Steve57 (6aaa91) — 9/23/2015 @ 5:18 am

    No worries, Steve. We have a pretty good idea of where you stand. :)

    Bill H (2a858c)

  15. Whaa… huh?

    Colonel Haiku (a5ef55)

  16. With all the information that is out there, nobody with a healthy mind and soul can defend Planned Parenthood or 20th week abortions. Nobody with a healthy mind and soul.

    John Hitchcock (7d490d)

  17. Sacrificial rites under the pro-choice religion. Cult, really.

    n.n (30a50e)

  18. Not killing viable babies is statist.

    JD (34f761)

  19. not per se but it’s properly in the purview of the states not the federal government

    lil pickles is getting grabby with the regulating

    is no bueno

    someone has to say hey you have your own problems to worry about you big stupid federal government

    you worry about your problems and let the states worry about their problems

    good fences make good neighbors

    end of story

    happyfeet (a037ad)

  20. lil pickles is getting grabby with the regulating

    What does that mean, happyfeet? Who is “lil pickles”? If you mean Fiorina you are incorrect. She is not for federal regulation, Hillary! is. So lil pickles is Hillary!? You confuse and confound me sometimes and I think you enjoy it and laugh, and laugh…..

    Rev. Barack Hussein Hoagie (f4eb27)

  21. lil pickles is them R’s in congress what need to mind their own biscuits Mr. Reverend

    abortion regulation is a hobby and pastime properly enjoyed at the state level in a republic such as ours

    that’s just basic conservative principles right there god bless america

    happyfeet (a037ad)

  22. congress is more than welcome to cut funding to planned parenthood though

    congress is more than welcome to cut funding to a lot of things

    that’s just basic conservative principles right there god bless america

    happyfeet (a037ad)

  23. That’s what I thought, happyfeet. The R’s in Congress want Congress to mind their own business and the R’s in Congress believe abortion should be handled at the state level. So what’s your beef? Republicans have always held that since abortion is not in the Constitution it falls under the Tenth Amendment and therefore to state authority. If you recall it was the D’s and the left that pushed it to the states with one of their favorite supreme court juntas.

    And Congress should cut funding to PP for at least two reasons. First it’s illegal to use public funds for abortion. Second, under Obamacare any “womens health issues” (another assy leftist term) are covered already. Since there are over 6,000 providers of everything PP does EXCEPT abortion across the country one would have to be a phuckin’ fool NOT to believe the one and only reason they’re funding PP is to illegally fund abortion.

    In conclusion, the socialist democraps are stealing our tax money to illegally fund baby killing and lying to us about it. I guess that makes the democraps, lying, murdering, thieving bastards doesn’t it?

    Rev. Barack Hussein Hoagie (f4eb27)

  24. Mr. Reverend you have to click the first link in the post

    DICKERSON: This week, the Senate is going to vote to impose a federal ban on late-term abortions. Do you support a federal limit on abortion at any stage of pregnancy?

    CLINTON: This is one of those really painful questions that people raise. And, obviously, it’s really emotional.

    I think that the kind of late-term abortions that take place are because of medical necessity. And, therefore, I would hate to see the government interfering with that decision. I think that, again, this gets back to whether you respect a woman’s right to choose or not. And I think that is what this whole argument once again is about.

    That part right there what I bolded in bold type. That’s the part Congress has no business meddling in. They’re overstepping the boundaries in a most unseemly way.

    Good thing I caught them in time.

    happyfeet (a037ad)

  25. happyfeet is against the federal government meddling in our private lives when it comes to private things like marriage and children.

    DRJ (521990)

  26. and also nutritional supplements for example the ephedra

    happyfeet (a037ad)

  27. I’m sorry, happyfeet, but once the leftists turned over the abortion issue to the feds they gave away their right to complain. Wait till you see what happens when people begin to act in their own best interest regarding Obamacare and pressure all kinds of “unexpected” changes by Congress. Hey leftists! Once you let the camels nose under the tent you have no right to bitch when it eats your damn figs.

    Rev. Barack Hussein Hoagie (f4eb27)

  28. But that gay thing is an entirely different matter. As to why, I’ve never been sure.

    Hillary pushes the misleading claim that women week late-term abortions due to medical reasons. Of course, who is going to challenge her less than accurate accurate claims?

    Dana (4494b4)

  29. nonono Mr. Reverend a healthy respect for State’s Rights is truly a sine qua non if one is to be at all hopeful that a philosophy of limited government might someday come to gain and hold purchase in the stony soils of failmerican political thought

    camels are intrusive and they have to be repudiated, with flamethrowers if necessary

    happyfeet (a037ad)

  30. flamethrowers!

    happyfeet (a037ad)

  31. she’s a certain worshiper in the temple of moloch,* along with gosnell’s girl friday,** but I don’t think this works as with the pledge to the skydragon***

    * planned parenthood
    ** wendy davis
    *** environmentalists

    narciso (ee1f88)

  32. The Constitution neither prohibits nor recognizes a natural right to kill another human being. And while it is an inalienable right, there is no common belief that indiscriminate killing should be tolerated, let alone normalized. While the solutions to help mothers make the right choice may be local, the prohibition of elective abortion (i.e. premeditated killing) must be national.

    The question is how many women kill their children to avoid responsibility for their actions and how many to relieve momentary anxiety. How many are undecided and advised by activists and corporations (e.g. Planned Parenthood) with a conflict of interest?

    secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity

    The Supreme Court discovered and established a right to excise the second party, Posterity, to the social contract.

    n.n (30a50e)

  33. if women especially ones i don’t even know want to have abortions i’m totally fine with that

    until you walk a mile in someone’s shoes you really don’t have any good justification to second-guess their choices especially difficult ones like getting abortions

    god gave us free will for so we can chart our own course

    he’s a good pickle, god

    happyfeet (831175)

  34. The Lord takes a dim view of murder, and of taking His name in vain, as you do, hf. So no, He’s not the powderpuff you make Him out to be.

    John Hitchcock (d9a13a)

  35. until you walk a mile in someone’s shoes

    Do they have to be pink sneakers? I don’t think that’s how babies are made, in any case.

    nk (dbc370)

  36. is ok i didn’t do any murder on nobody

    not once my whole life it’s not how i roll Mr. H

    it’s all about making good choices

    happyfeet (831175)

  37. until you walk a mile in someone’s shoes you really don’t have any good justification to second-guess their choices espec


    I agree that it is very difficult, and even presumptuous to assume one knows how another person feels in what might be uniquely difficult circumstances. However, at the end of the day, the outcome, no matter what those circumstances may be, is a dead baby.

    Dana (86e864)

  38. nonono you have to wear whatever shoes the person you wanna judge is wearing

    for example like those people on the train

    they all have on all these different shoes you can see it in their eyes

    happyfeet (831175)

  39. the dead baby’s just one part of the outcome though Dana

    it’s like the elephant’s trunk

    happyfeet (831175)

  40. it’s all about making good choices

    Yes, it is. And when we make poor choices and end up with an unwanted pregnancy, we shouldn’t penalize the baby that didn’t choose to to be made. We should let the baby live to have the freedom to make good choices. WHy do you want to take away their right to choose?

    Dana (86e864)

  41. the dead baby’s just one part of the outcome though Dana

    it’s like the elephant’s trunk

    Oh, happyfeet.

    Dana (86e864)

  42. but this isn’t a we choice it’s the choice of someone you’ve never even met Dana

    even if you *could* ban abortion, forcing women to have babies they don’t want and in many cases may be in no position to care for is not a recipe for a whirl that’s happier than the one we have

    the more choices you take away from people, the less choices they have

    happyfeet (831175)

  43. yes, god gave us the choice to run from Him forever in hell
    some will complain when the day comes and say they wished they couldn’t have made that choice

    I saw where the house passed an infant born alive act, that just because they meant to kill the baby, once it is born alive they don’t get to kill it then but need to keep it alive if possible
    the WH says (surprise-not) they will veto it.

    Will the Senate even get to vote on it??

    I say nuke the filibuster rule for this. Make every senator vote yes or no on protecting infants from infanticide. Make the leader of the Dem party veto it and vote yes to kill infants.
    Get rid of McConnell if he will not break the filibuster rule.

    If we cannot vote no on unarguable infanticide, we definitely do not deserve to be a nation anymore and are past deserving an Iranian EMP that destroys our country.

    MD in Philly (f9371b)

  44. And, hey, if this doesn’t really happen hf, HRC, and the one, then there is no reason to make a fuss against the bill, is there…

    MD in Philly (f9371b)

  45. Expectant mothers can feel overwhelmed by the thought of having a baby. Parents who have babies feel overwhelmed, too. Using happyfeet’s logic, parents of newborns should be able to kill their babies if they “have babies they don’t want and in many cases may be in no position to care” for.

    DRJ (521990)

  46. hey, that’s what the elite like Princeton’s Peter Singer say, DRJ.

    They say freedom of speech is good because light is the best disinfectant,
    there are some things/ideas that deserve the death penalty for being said,
    but unfortunately that is a power that humans could not wield responsibly.

    It is a version of “broken glass”, the widespread acceptance of killing unborn babies makes it that much easier to do, and possible to think of the unthinkable.

    MD in Philly (f9371b)

  47. happyfeet,

    I know many a new mother who felt those first few months that they were not good mothers, did not know what they were doing, were very frustrated, felt powerless, and in some cases, even questioned their choice to have the baby, so discombobulated were they. It doesn’t always come easily to women from the get-go. For some it does, but for others it may take a lot of time, patience, hope and work to become a mother. But that doesn’t mean they should be able to get rid of their baby. Part of what is so immeasurably lost is not only the intrinsic value of human life, but the immense gift of being a mother, and all that that entails. The role has been so diminished and mocked amd reduced to a joke that it neatly plays into the pro-abortion hands. You’re losing out on nothing. It’s just a blob of tissue and hey, you can keep your flat tummy.

    Dana (86e864)

  48. It’s so common for new parents to feel overwhelmed that all States have safe haven laws that allow parents to give up their newborns at authorized facilities like hospitals, emergency medical services providers and child welfare agencies. Each State has different rules regarding the babies’ ages and places they can be surrendered, but no State lets parents kill their babies just because they feel overwhelmed. Why should they let mothers (or, worse yet, abortion clinics) kill viable babies who haven’t been born yet?

    DRJ (521990)

  49. Note my last comment said “viable babies.” I understand women can abort their babies but I’m talking about babies who could be or are born alive.

    DRJ (521990)

  50. viable not viable it’s still not a federal responsibility it’s a state one

    Team R is pissing away what teensy dwindling credibility they still have when they throw State’s Rights out with the bathwater like this

    happyfeet (831175)

  51. That’s what I said about the Thirteenth Amendment! Not to mention the Fourteenth and Fifteenth. And don’t get me started on the Civil Rights Acts.

    nk (dbc370)

  52. gotta love them amendments

    happyfeet (831175)

  53. Hf, just vote Democrat and get it over with.

    John Hitchcock (e5f961)

  54. nonono but i might help myself to a slice of that trumpie-pie thank you very much

    happyfeet (831175)

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