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The #TexasWomenForever Baby-Killer Democrat Online Fund-Raising Flop

Posted on | November 19, 2013 | 163 Comments

Last night, I noticed Amy Kremer of Tea Party Express having this discussion with someone on the #TexasWomenForever hashtag:

At the time, I didn’t realize what was happening: Sarah Silverman and Lizz Winstead were headlining a show in New York that was promoted (at the Web site LadyPartsJustice.com) as an online fundraiser for “The Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity, Texas Equal Access Fund, Whole Woman’s Health, and Fund Texas Women.”

Alison Turkos, one of the chairs for the New York Abortion Access Fund’s board of directors, explained to ThinkProgress that there’s much more work to be done to ensure that women of all income levels can access the abortion care they need. Federal and state laws restricting taxpayer funding for abortion currently prevent millions of women from using their own insurance coverage to pay for these procedures.
“In an ideal world, we wouldn’t need abortion funds because everyone would have health insurance that includes abortion coverage. Unfortunately, we don’t yet live in that world,” Turkos noted. “Abortion funds are critical resources — the right to abortion is meaningless if it is impossible to afford the actual procedure.”
The telethon, which will be hosted in front of a live audience in New York City, will be streamed on Lady Parts Justice between 7:00 and 10:00 pm EST. The four organizations that will be benefiting from the donations — The Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity, Texas Equal Access Fund, Whole Woman’s Health, and Fund Texas Women — will also be hosting the video feed on their own sites.

Translation: “Give money to kill Texas babies!”

Twitchy was all over this Skanky Liberal Baby-Killer Show:

Liberal comics, giant vulva
raise money for abortions in Texas

Sarah Silverman auctions off #VagNapkin

No, they are not making this up:

What’s going on here is simple: Texas passed pro-life legislation this summer limiting late-term abortion and Democrats (who are fanatically devoted to killing Texas babies) decided to make the most prominent pro-abortion Democrat in the state, Wendy Davis, the poster girl for their 2014 mid-term election campaign.

Seeking to replicate the “War on Women” theme of Obama’s 2012 campaign, and likely previewing Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign message, Democrats nationwide are pumping money into Texas and hyping the rhetoric of “women’s health” — a theme coordinated with the “community organizing” groups getting millions of federal tax dollars as “Navigators” to sign up people for ObamaCare. That may seem crazy to you or me, but I remember a few months ago it seemed crazy that Terry McAuliffe could beat Ken Cuccinelli in Virginia this way.

As fun as it is to laugh at left-wing kooks, it’s not funny at all when the kooks win elections. Texas Republicans — and especially pro-life Texas Republican women — need to get active, get loud, get organized, and make sure they beat these baby-killing Democrats next fall.

 

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  • http://deadrepublicanparty.wordpress.com/ rmnixondeceased

    In a word, yes.

  • jdp

    According to your philosophy we should just kill that kidney cancer patient.

  • richard mcenroe

    Right now he’s still searching Alex Jones’ website for the answer…

  • richard mcenroe

    Peter Sanger? Wow, there’s the worst of both worlds. Margaret Sanger. Peter Singer. Human stains, the both of them.

  • richard mcenroe

    Just another Moby.

  • JeffWeimer

    And this is the intersection where Libertarian philosophy breaks down. How do you reconcile the conflict of two beings in that situation? LibertarianOne appears to have decided that the baby is wholly at the mercy of the mother, no questions asked, and no argument about it, either.

  • scarymatt

    This is orthogonal to “Libertarian philosophy.” It all hinges on whether (or when) you recognize the unborn as a person. Once you recognize it as a person, Libertarian philosophy says that other people do not have the right to end its life.

    The problem is that people like @7f2b8de4a90dc4823f4017736a6c6fc2:disqus only see one being.

  • JeffWeimer
  • RS

    Typo, dammit. :)

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  • bridget

    Are you seriously suggesting that you cannot logically distinguish between not permitting a human being to kill another, already existing human being, and breeding dogs (ie creating puppies that were not there before) until they are almost dead?

    Don’t answer that – I’m afraid you will say, “Yes, I’m totally unable to distinguish between those situations.”

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