So after 500 posts, is there still anyone who thinks an aborted baby swimming in a toilet is an okay thing? How far are we going to carry this need to support abortion; is it unlimited? Supporting the right to abortions is one thing, but carrying it to a despicable level of carnage is completely something else.
"He who does not think himself worth saving from poverty and ignorance by his own efforts, will hardly be thought worth the efforts of anybody else." -- Frederick Douglass, Self-Made Men (1872)
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
Peter Singer of Princeton who believes it is acceptable to kill babies up to 6 months old.
Peter Singer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This man is a reprobate.
Being that the forum has rules about what media sourcing can be used to start a thread, I am posting this here since the thread is already well underway, but this is good news...
As the jury in the trial of Philadelphia abortionist Kermit Gosnell resumes deliberation, Utah Republican Sen. Mike Lee is set to introduce a resolution Monday highlighting Gosnell’s alleged crimes and calling for more oversight of abortion practices and facilities.
Lee’s resolution, obtained by The Daily Caller, focuses in large measure on the crimes for which Gosnell is being tried. It is entitled, “Expressing the sense of the Senate that Congress and the States should investigate and correct abusive, unsanitary, and illegal abortion practices.”
“Whereas the Report of the Grand Jury documented a pattern, over a period of 2 decades, at the Women’s Medical Society of Philadelphia of untrained and uncertified personnel performing abortions, non-medical personnel administering medications, grossly unsanitary and dangerous conditions, violations of law regarding storage of human remains, and, above all, instances of willful murder of infants born alive by severing their spinal cords,” the resolution reads in part.
Read more: Sen. Lee takes on abortion crimes in Gosnell resolution | The Daily Caller