Reprehensible Immoral Jackass Rep. Jerrald Nadler (D-N.Y.) said today that it is “morally outrageous” to ban abortions after five months of pregnancy. Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi seen furiously nodding in approval. No response yet from post-five-month-old aborted babies.
“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,. Every single year we have to go through the same nonsense with the same morally presumptuous, morally arrogant attitude that we know better. ‘We know better than women and their doctors. We know better about their health care. We know better about their moral choices in very personal decisions.’”
Memo to vacuous moron: Nonsense? Arrogance? Moral choices? Personal decisions? Who the hell are you – or anyone who agrees with you – to preach to us – and the nation’s unborn children – about morals?
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.
Memo to vacuous moron 2.0: Please explain how infanticide protects “a woman’s health”, you incredible imbecile.
Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) agreed with Nadler, saying a decision to have an abortion after five months should belong to women “and perhaps their spouses.”
“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.”
Memo to second vacuous moron: I realize that the baby could possibly be in the minority here, but shouldn’t he/she still have a vote, “perhaps”? Oh, and that silly “Republican men” blast is ridiculous; tens of millions of “Republican women” abhor the murder of unborn children too, you moron.
Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), 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. 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.”
While the abortion debate will most likely go on for eternity, the Gosnell trial has brought to light the ugly side of the debate: “Progressive” liberals will defend the killing of unborn children until the very end. Even if some of them must be killed after they’re born.