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February 7, 2011

Philadelphia Jones and the People’s Clinic of Doom — This Time, It’s Personal.

Because if there’s one thing we can’t have, it’s inspectors traipsing around abortion clinics, making sure all the bureaucratic niceties are observed —
as if docs have time for stuff like that when there’s a world of babies about to be “born,” waiting to be scissored to death. Give a provider a break! Oversight would just scare away the poor, often underage, mostly minority women who brave the throngs of screaming hate-filled “pro-lifers” in order to exercise their Right to Choose. When 41 percent of the pregnancies in New York City are mercifully terminated, as they were in 2009, we know we’re doing something right, and we simply cannot rest until that number reaches 100 percent. What a defeat for the forces of intolerance that will be. What a thumb in the eye of the Archbishop of New York and that Nazi Pope in Rome, too!
While it’s true that the alleged details of Dr. Gosnell’s practice can make you squeamish right-wingers uncomfortable, our brave women are made of sterner stuff. They know the parasitic clumps of cells in their wombs — punishment-by-“baby” for the simple, innocent, joyous act of sexual intercourse — are being eliminated for a higher, nobler cause than mere Christianity. We progressives don’t believe in the afterlife, unless we’re trying to fake some sort of “faith” on television, but we do believe in, shall we say, an eternally resonating resonance that proclaims to the universe: We were here. We lived. We killed. Mission accomplished. --The Charnel House of Blackmun - David Kahane - National Review Online

Posted by Vanderleun at February 7, 2011 5:11 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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If only the bleeding hearts could be forced to read this piece and be forced to try and squirm their way out of compliance until they can no longer deny the truth, they finally see the light and they hold themselves accountable. Here's another excerpt: "I’ve long tried to tell you wingnuts that the best way to think about us is that we’re a kind of suicide cult, made miserable by our existence but joyous at the prospect of our demise, and forever thinking up ways to destroy ourselves. While at first blush this might seem a little extreme to anyone who has an ounce of self-preservation, it all becomes understandable once you consider this: We don’t care what happens to us — since there is no there there after death — as long as we take you with us. And what better way to ensure the future than to make certain there are fewer Americans in it?"

Posted by: RedCarolina at February 9, 2011 5:58 PM

If only Kahane were required reading in schools! haha.. We know the MSM wouldn't mistakenly post anything that mocked the left.

Posted by: RedCarolina at February 10, 2011 9:53 AM

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