Pro-Life? GOP Promotes Nine Out of Ten Things That Cause Death in Unborn Children -
Since it is all but impossible to debate a Republican or a Tea Partier on any topic without having the conversation turned immediately to the subject of “killing the unborn” this list is one that will, hopefully, help those on the left regain control of important conversations. It includes the ten leading causes of pregnancy termination and infant death, nine of which involve policies that are directly promoted by the Republican party.
Assuming that there are at least a few Republicans who sincerely want to “protect life” and aren’t just in the debate because they want to control women and send them back to their “rightful place in society” (which of course is barefoot, pregnant and in the kitchen) this list could help open their eyes to the lack of sincerity coming from their party’s mostly male leadership. Anyone who sincerely wants to “protect life” should understand that to single-mindedly focus on one issue, pretending that it is the only thing that “kills the unborn” is not a reasonable way to address the issue. In fact, Republican policies have killed more unborn and newly born infants and fetuses than all of the abortions which have ever been performed on earth, in the history of the world, combined.
1. Natural Causes; If human life begins at conception (Republicans insist it does) then at least 50 to 75 percent of all human life ends within the first month after conception, naturally. The woman’s body expels the “life” through her menstrual cycle, in most cases never even realizing that she was pregnant. It’s interesting to note that the rate of these “natural deaths” is greatly reduced by the use of birth of control, since it prevents conception to begin with. If Republicans sincerely believe that life begins at conception, there should be a mass outcry over this “loss of life.” It would be considered a mass epidemic of unprecedented proportion, if the belief that half of all humans were dying before ever “having a chance to live” was in any way logical, sincere, fact based or sane. There would be major scientific studies to determine the cause of death, we would have national days of mourning in which women buried the fetal remains, and Tea Partiers gathered to sob hysterically holding photos of dirty tampons and carrying signs that say “Stop the killing of innocence.” Most importantly, however, there would be a sincere desire to prevent the “loss of life” by encouraging the use of birth control, rather than opposing it. Statistics prove that nearly all of these “horrible deaths” of the unborn could be prevented if sexually active men and women were using a reliable method of birth control.
2. Gun Violence: Republicans have campaigned against any and every proposed legislation that could help reduce the number of unborn and new born infants that are killed because of the epidemic of gun violence in the U.S. From an article published by Addicting Info in July, 2013;
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