The Voice of Some House Democrats on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act
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“HR 1797, the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act.
Representative Hank Johnson said, ‘You’re talking about unborn fetuses. You’re not talking about unborn children (YES WE ARE! What! Does he believe a fetus is some kind of fungus? What a deceitful person!—my addition).’
Representative Johnson fails to understand that fetuses ARE unborn children—‘fetus’ is Latin for ‘little one’—and unborn children are human beings. And these human beings deserve to have their right to life defended (They absolutely do!—my addition).”
“Henry C. ‘Hank’ Johnson Jr. is the U.S. Representative for Georgia’s 4th congressional district, serving since 2007. He is a member of the Democratic Party.” (From Bing search engine)
“Nadler: ‘Particularly Morally Outrageous’ to Ban Late-Term Abortions
By Elizabeth Harrington
June 18, 2013
(CNSNews.com)—Representative Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said Tuesday it is ‘particularly morally outrageous’ to ban abortions after five months of pregnancy (Obviously this individual does NOT have any concept of what morality is!—my addition). ‘It is morally outrageous, frankly,’ Nadler said about the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act (H.R. 1797), a bill that would ban abortions 20 weeks post-fertilization, or five months into pregnancy. ‘Here we go again,’ he said. ‘Every single year we have to go through the same nonsense with the same morally presumptuous, morally arrogant attitude that we know better (We do! We read and follow the Bible and realize that human life is protected by the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence! What is arrogant is believing that anyone has the right to MURDER an unborn baby!—my addition). ‘We know better than women and their doctors. We know better about their health care (MURDERING unborn babies IS NOT healthcare! Never was and never will be! Actually, think about it! Nine unelected Justices are the ones who said “we know best”! We know better than the people elected representatives of all fifty States!—my addition). We know better about their moral choices in very personal decisions.’’
(video on website—my addition)
The House is set to vote Tuesday on the bill (They did and it was passed!—my addition). Pro-abortion Democrats gathered on Capitol Hill to oppose the measure.
‘This bill is particularly morally outrageous,’ Nadler said. ‘It is also particularly unconstitutional (What was unconstitutional was the immoral, illegal decision of the Supreme Court!—my addition).’
Nadler said Republicans pushing the bill are ‘morally arrogant people’ who have ‘decided that their moral outlooks are more important’ than a woman’s health.
Nadler’s remarks came during a press conference to oppose the bill, led by Representative Diana DeGette (D-Colorado.) and Representative Louise Slaughter (D-N.Y.), co-chairs of the House Pro-Choice Caucus.
Representative Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) said a decision to have an abortion after five months should belong to women ‘and perhaps (Perhaps?—my addition) their spouses (Why do either have the “right” to murder another human being? Do they have the “right” to murder their 6 month old, their one year old? Their two year old?—my addition).’
‘It’s the same Republican men who say that the reach of government is just too great, who want to reach right inside women’s bodies and decide what they should do, what we should do, the kinds of decisions that should only belong to women and their doctors and perhaps their spouses (In what other area do these three groups have the “right” to decide who to MURDER and who not to? These people are such LIARS!—my addition),’ she said.
Representative Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.) said the bill is a sequel to the ‘Republican war on women (It is Democrats who have a war on women! Over half of all babies murdered are female!—my addition).’
Representative Trent Franks (R-Ariz.) has said he sponsored the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act in the wake of the Kermit Gosnell trial in Philadelphia, a late-term abortionist convicted of killing three babies who survived abortions outside of the womb, by cutting their spinal cords with scissors.
Franks argued that babies past 20 weeks gestation have the ability to feel pain, and thus abortions at this stage should be outlawed.
‘The trial of Kermit Gosnell exposed late abortions for what they really are: relocated infanticide,’ Franks said earlier this month. ‘I pray we use this as a ‘teachable moment,’ in the words of President Obama, and can agree that, at the very least, we are better than dismembering babies who can feel every excruciating moment.’”