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  1. #1 Pink Sneakers (D-TX) claims to be "pro life" 
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    Jun 2008
    When you're backed by Planned Parenthood, I guess there's no shame left to be had....

    "I am pro-life," [Wendy Davis] said, borrowing from the label anti-abortion activists assign themselves.
    "I care about the life of every child: every child that goes to bed hungry, every child that goes to bed without a proper education, every child that goes to bed without being able to be a part of the Texas dream, every woman and man who worry about their children's future and their ability to provide for that future. I care about life and I have a record of fighting for people above all else."

    A journalist at the Brownsville Herald in Texas wrote this jarring irony about the blue elite's new Texas darling, Wendy Davis. She is deemed a great hope for combatting the "Red Scare" in Texas. Davis is an adamant defender of legal late-term abortion. This rhetoric is symptomatic of the intellectual culture that engages the very same "newspeak" that George Orwell warned about in 1984. This type of rhetoric and continuous propaganda on behalf of blue political interests in Texas is essential to the larger moral crisis of America. The "war on women" replayed now again and again in political races across decades and the political precincts of the nation, alleges that the right seeks to ban birth control, deny women the right to vote, to rape them, and to essentially discriminate against women in any way humanly possible. Most recently in Virginia with Cuccinelli, but obvious in the re-election of President Obama, this moral crusade to eradicate the Red Scare is substantially premised on false allegations of a "war on women."

    ...The political suggestion of "care about the life of every child," is a transparent ever-flexible blue deception. It is offered by our intellectual culture to remind the public which party is allowed to engage in such flagrant deceptions. Whatever Reds or Blues think about abortion, it is unarguably the most successful form of violence against women in the world today. Every day thousands of women around the world are identified by technology for the threat that they are: female. Millions of women's lives have been lost in this supposed sacrament of feminism. Because there is so little defense of their worthy lives, and an active political support and incitement to its legality, the world is racing toward patriarchal domination at a rate unmatched in human history. The world has never been more male than it is today. In India, thousands of women go to public courts for the tedious tasks of changing their legal name from the one given by their parents -- "Nakusa," -- "Unwanted" in the Marathi Language, to an identity more self-affirming.

    We all should pursue a similar form of self-liberation that these brave women in India do. Great Chinese women like Chai Ling have shown the way in her "All Girls Allowed" campaign. We must stop cooperating with our media, academic, and political masters who directly deceive us about the threats and dangers posed to women. We must take an honest stock of where women prosper and where they are marginalized and harmed. Conservatives are not the despicable slurs hurled at them by American political elite. And when our political masters and Blue Elite tag us as 'Unwanted' because they so cynically despise our politics, we can politely but firmly reply with our public refusal to accept this label and thereby redeem the accurate idea of being pro-life for all of humanity.
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    Apr 2005
    She's gonna lose sooooooo bad in the election.
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