I’m a wimp. I intended to watch the State of the Union last night — even had the television on and ready to go. But at the very last second, I just didn’t have the stomach for it. So, I thought I’d vent a little about some other remarks he made a few days earlier.
Everyone knows that President Obama believes in “terminating” the inconvenient among us – even those most intrepid little cusses who manage to evade their executioners and escape the womb still breathing – so it’s no surprise that he couldn’t wait to mark the 38th anniversary of Rose v Wade with a celebratory statement.
Granted, it was expected, but this year’s triumphant comments were more cruelly sharpened in light of recent revelations. Couldn’t he have toned it down a little with the images and testimony of the Grosnall abortion mill are still so fresh and raw? Apparently not. The President is proud – yes proud! – of the rotting, bloody, gore-covered event that he commemorates.
Here’s what he said:
Today marks the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that protects women’s health…
By endorsing a culture that perverts all normal feminine instincts by coercing and deceiving women into having their tiniest and most helpless offspring murdered and thrown away like garbage?
…and reproductive freedom and affirms a fundamental principle: that government should not intrude on private family matters…
As long as that “private family matter” is dispatched in the womb or in the dirty utility room of an abortion clinic. Assuming that, unlike Senator Barbara Boxer, he wouldn’t call murdering an inconvenient two-day-old in her bassinet a “private family matter.”
Yet anyway. After all, there’s no great leap from that dirty utility room to that bassinet, is there?
…I am committed to protecting this constitutional right….
Yeah right. It’s so all-American – as in Mom, baseball, apple pie, and the vacuum aspirator. Just keep saying it, Mr. President. Maybe you’ll even get yourself to believe it. Given our history, I am convinced that a corrupt judge could find Amelia Earhart and Jimmy Hoffa in the “penumbra” of the First Amendment if it advanced his agenda. We have a sorry history of poking and prodding the Constitution into an unwilling and unintended accomplice in some pretty nasty business. Just ask Dred Scott and Homer Plessy.
…I also remain committed to policies, initiatives, and programs that help prevent unintended pregnancies, support pregnant women and mothers, encourage healthy relationships, and promote adoption.
Let me make sure I heard this right. Roe vs Wade should be celebrated because of its support for women and mothers? Support that involves a suction curette, vacuum aspirator, caustic chemicals, and aspirating the brains of partially born infants?
As Michelle Malkin documented in a piece last week, the only thing that Roe v Wade “supports” is the likes of Kermit Gosnell and his blood-covered colleagues. Malkin wrote:
Deadly indifference to protecting life isn’t tangential to the abortion industry’s existence – it’s at the core of it. The Philadelphia Horror is no anomaly. It’s the logical, blood-curdling consequence of an evil, eugenics-rooted enterprise wrapped in feminist clothing.
You don’t solve a social problem by tearing one of the parties involved to pieces. God help us.