Gabriel Malor posts some interesting photos taken at the Wisconsin
communist socialist teachers’ protests. One of them was this:
“Abortion without apology” reads the sign.
The one benefit you can get from liberals marching in the streets is that if one looks hard enough, you get to see their true colors, what really gets them going. Money is power, and the more money funneled to the endless array of government-funded programs, keeps them in control of their agenda.
Take for example Planned Parenthood, which receives about a third of its financing from Federal dollars. The organization is a veritable abortion mill:
Planned Parenthood Federation of America recently posted on its web site its so-called service numbers for 2009. This document, dated February 2011, shows that Planned Parenthood committed 332,278 surgical and medical abortions in 2009—more than in any previous year.
The document also shows that Planned Parenthood provided prenatal services to merely 7,021 women and referred 977 for adoption services. These numbers were a 25 percent drop in prenatal care clients and a whopping 59 percent decline in adoption referrals.
“Despite its protestations that abortion is only a small part of its services,” said Jim Sedlak, vice president of American Life League, “Planned Parenthood has increased its number of abortions for 15 straight years. During that time, it has gone from committing 9.3 percent of all abortions in the United States to committing 27.5 percent.”
Sedlak also noted that Planned Parenthood now does 340 abortions for every one adoption referral and 47 abortions for every one prenatal care client.
“The records show that Planned Parenthood has committed 5,320,095 surgical and medical abortions from 1970 through the end of 2009,” Sedlak continued. “We estimate that the income from abortion accounts for 40 percent of its annual clinic income.”
Without apologies and on demand–this is what they refer to as “reproductive rights”. Their attitude toward what amounts to infanticide is condescending and barbaric.
A bunch of liberal Democrats held some sort of rally in D.C. today, which essentially was born of a knee-jerk, cry-baby reaction to the success of the Tea Party over the past 19 months.
Supposedly, the people who attended this rally represented the (ahem) “real” America. Note the ignorant MSNBC blowhard Ed Schultz:
“This is a defining moment in America. Are you American?” Schultz told the raucous crowd. “This is no time to back down. This is time to fight for America.”
Got that? Time to fight for America. Despite the fact that liberals like Schultz and the dregs at this rally have elected and supported Obama and the Democrats, who have held majorities in Congress for nearly four years now. They’re fighting for what, exactly?
I’ve been listening to Ed Schultz’s radio show and I’ve heard him shoot down assumptions from the Right that this rally would be astroturfed by unions and a platform for American socialists. Keep that in mind as you watch this video:
Doug Ross has a boatload of photos. Here’s a taste:
Click through for more of what Ed Schultz, the SEIU and the base of the Democratic party consider their “America”. Looking at these images, it should be clear that next month’s election just took on some added significance.
As for the professional Left, what gets them all giddy is the rally size measuring stick, which amounts to nothing more than a childish “nyah nyah” cry about whose crowd size was bigger. See this pathetic post here.
Of course everything is not as it appears.
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