Monday, November 5, 2012

Yep, they went there. Little girls pleading with their mothers to vote for abortion rights.



Just when you think the pelvic left cannot get any lower.

Hot Air reports:

Via Life News, a bit of election eve good cheer from the Twitter feed of Planned Parenthood’s PAC. Just this morning I was thinking, “You know what America’s abortion debate needs? More spokes-toddlers.” … If only someone would take the logical next step and do a vid of an animated fetus extolling the virtues of “choice,” I think we might finally achieve the long elusive national consensus. 
Coincidentally, I’m working on a pro-death penalty video featuring four-year-olds entitled, “Throw the Switch.” Exit question for moms: You’re not really going to vote for Mitt Romney tomorrow and deny your daughter the chance to deny you a granddaughter, are you?





People, please vote and pray like the soul of our nation depends on it. Because it does.

Lord, have mercy.





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61 comments:

  1. WOW THIS IS BS!!! AGHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!

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  2. Sick, disgusting, and completely unsurprising. Our culture has become calloused towards any innocence of children, as well as any value to human life.

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  3. Makes me want to vote and duck tomorrow. On Wednesday morning I picture myself gingerly getting out of bed and, while still clutching my blanket, turning on the radio and finding out who won the election. I'm scared.

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  4. I'm sick...and I am voting like a mother and a daughter...I'm voting for Romney, cuz my girl...is worth more than her "parts"!

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  5. Yep, I will vote like a mom - and I will raise my daughters to Respect Life and Respect Themselves (check, already did that!).

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  6. "Think like a mother."

    Ah, the irony.

    Kid, if your mother thinks "like a mother," SHE WON'T SUPPORT AN ACT THAT GOES AGAINST THE NATURE OF MOTHERHOOD nor vote for the most pro-abortion president in history.

    Disgusting.

    Lena, I'm doing the same thing! I'm going to vote early, skip the internet and ignore the news as much as possible in my left-wing driven employment, come home, toss one back (maybe two, if I hear that Obama's winning), and then go to bed, saving the news, good or horrendous, for Wednesday morning.

    Lord, have mercy on us.

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  7. I don't think I can take much more if any of this.

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  8. Also, you should read the story in the video description. Really, go back and read it. The logic is sorely lacking.

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  9. GFNY, I had not read the story in the description! I am speechless! That is so wrong on so many levels! Dear Lord!! What has happened to us?

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  10. I'm mostly just annoyed that the uploader is convinced that men have no right to opine on abortion. She doesn't engage the male posters' arguments in the comments; she just says the equivalent of "Oh yeah? Well what do you know?" If they're wrong, their points should be addressed, not dismissed.

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  11. Girl From NY, well said!

    This is so disgusting!! About the time I think I couldn't be more disgusted with the things they put out (i.e. "voting with your lady parts" and comparing voting to losing your virginity) something even worse comes out! I voted early and I'll be praying HARD tomorrow!

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  12. I have no words to describe how horrified I am, so I'm going to make some up.

    Jargorack traliam soboodoe!

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    1. I needed that this morning JoAnna! I am in the dumps...thanks!

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  13. Oh boy... the story in the description of the video. Basically, the grandmother could not abort because abortion was illegal. She gave birth to a daughter, who was apparently loved by the grandmother, because when the daughter died at age 6, the grandmother was never the same again.

    Therefore, abortion should be legal.

    What?!?

    I can't see the comments. Did anyone address this in the comment section on youtube? Did the person who told the story ever defend the story? I find that people like that will just not respond if you ask them to defend such comments.

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  14. gross... I am so tired of this issue being wrapped up in pretty bows under soft, dreamy lighting. Study abortion procedures. Look at ultrasounds. Read the side effects and risk factors of contraceptives and "Plan B's." It's horrifying and completely against all human dignity to argue otherwise. Pulling little girls into this is a new, special low.

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  15. p.s. Chris, I agree... men should not be treated like 2nd-class citizens on this issue.

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  16. I just expressed my horror on my blog, but must express it here as well. Oh sweet Mother In Heaven, pray for us. St. Michael, defend us. I am so, so sick of the depravity of this administration.

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  17. oh my Lord. I am really seriously about to lose my last bit of hope for humanity.

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  18. Me too Agnes. It scares me to see where we're headed. I voted early and will be anxiously awaiting the news tomorrow night.

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  19. Did they tell her what she had been used for when the video was done, I wonder. Brrrr.

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  20. From a comment on Twitchy.com: Ironically, these girls are asking their mothers to stand for them because they cannot yet stand for themselves. Think about it.

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  21. I'm in Canada but I am afraid. I wish I could go to the 24h adoration chapel and stay there for the next 24 hours. I'm sad thinking Obama may win.

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  22. I'll tell ya, Johanne, the thought of owning a gun has crossed my mind, too. We have never owned one, but both my husband and I are considering it for the first time. The Second Amendment was adopted for a reason, and it's a right I'm really grateful for.

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  23. Chantal, you are not alone. There are so many of us who are very afraid. And yes, the adoration chapel is a beautiful place to be. I wish I could live there… If Obama wins, I just might. I do know that if he wins, I will be diving into prayer and my faith like never before. I hope to do that if Romney wins as well. We need to become saints.

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    1. I was there all last night, Leila, and will be again tonight. Prayers CAN change the fate of nations. I can't find anything better to do tonight.

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  24. Maybe we should make a video from the granddaughters' perspective - "Think about me. Think about how I might not be here if we continue this genocide in our country." But that would just be crazy!!

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  25. Sick sick sick. Yes, please preserve my rights to abort your future grandchildren.

    Praying many many rosaries and Memorares over here in Korea. (I mailed my absentee ballot weeks ago.)

    Oh, and if you need a smile, my dad called me this morning (already Nov 6 here as we're 16 hours ahead of CA) and asked who won the election. Haha! If only it worked that way.

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    1. Thank you Micaela! Your comment made me smile too. We need the prayers so badly. Praying right along with you...(many rosaries and Divine Mercy chaplets. What else can you do...)

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  26. Micaela, you did make me smile. Your dad is funny.

    Leila and Nicole, I'm confused about why you would need to or want to buy a gun.

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  27. I just read the video description like someone mentioned.
    Huh?
    First the grandmother was over 50 when she got pregnant. Whoo hoo! That doesn't happen too often. Wow! Cool! Truly a gift even if one has health and safety concerns.
    Then the grandmother's daughter (aka Aunt Felice) had Downs Syndrome, but was adored. See, Down Syndrome does NOT take away from a child's adorableness (it probably adds to it). Then Aunt Felice died very young from cancer, which was heartbreaking. So somehow all this could've been avoided if abortion was legal.
    Huh?

    If you're afraid of a someone breaking your heart so you avoid attachments then you aren't really living.

    I've lost loved ones and the grief did hurt. But I am sure glad I knew and loved those I lost. I'm glad those people were alive at one point and weren't aborted.
    I'm not going to vote like a mom because I'm not one. I am going to vote like a person who BELIEVES IN LOVE.
    It's the middle of the night, and I need to go back to bed.

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  28. I didn't think Obama could stoop any lower...BUT HE DID.

    DD

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  29. I feel sick to my stomach. Yuck

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  30. I think Micheal Voris said it perfectly...This election is not about foreign policy because most people do not understand foreign policy, this election is about abortion and contraception. We all sure understand those two words.

    This made me sick to my stomach.

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  31. DD, I don't think the Obama campaign made this.

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  32. Chris is right. Planned Parenthood made it. Now, one could argue that they are as closely wed (Obama and PP) as any candidate has ever been wed to any organization. They are thick as thieves, to the point that Obama threatened to withhold millions of federal funds to the poor women of Indiana and Texas because the states had the audacity to de-fund PP (the largest abortion provider in the nation) in their own states. His loyalty to PP is unwavering. And as a show of her own loyalty, Cecile Richards, the president of PP, took a leave of absence from her (very lucrative) position these past weeks in order to campaign full time for Obama.

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  33. Lena, for perspective, I believe everyone I know owns a gun. We live in Arizona, and even the great Catholics I know own guns (one friend actually makes his own ammunition as a hobby). Lots of folks go out shooting for sport (targets) and also hunting (they eat their kills). We have never done any of that, but we've never been opposed to it.

    Why someone might want to get a gun other than those reasons, well, to ensure the protection of one's family. It's a fact of history that nations that descend into chaos (or a police state) do so very rapidly. A more unstable nation/society/culture, or an ever expanding centralized government which takes more and more power for itself, might be a reason to just make sure that our own families are protected. It's why the Founders enshrined the Second Amendment.

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  34. This is ridiculous! I didn't watch the video; the description is enough. I feel ILL just hearing little girls being trained to think in this way. Children are naturally pro-life. You tell them that a mother aborts her baby, and they have a look of horror and sadness that cuts you to the heart. Lord have mercy!

    "It would be better for him to be thrown into the sea with a millstone tied around his neck than for him to cause one of these little ones to sin." Luke 17:2

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  35. My husband technically owns a gun, although right now it resides in his father's house in North Dakota. He wants his father to bring it down with him one of these days (my FIL spends the winters here in AZ) so they can go to a shooting range. It's an activity they both enjoy doing together.

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  36. Re: the gun: what Leila said. To protect my family when this all goes to hell. Watch For Greater Glory. Thats why. For the record, no i wasn't implying I wanted to shoot anyone.

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  37. That is very sick and very sad. :( Showed this post to my husband, and he refused to look at the ad. He said it's like child porn or something. So much destruction of innocence.

    Re: gun ownership. Here in the Ozarks we all own guns, but when I lived in the city I bought one for myself. People ought to be able to defend themselves and their family, if necessary. Their used to be a broadly held ethic in this country to protect the innocent, leave no one behind, risk life and property to save one human life, etc. But this has been badly eroded. And our society is becoming rapidly more and more depraved. I , for one, am not counting on law enforcement to be my first line of defense if the need arises. This doesn't mean I believe everyone must own guns, but I hope those who feel the need will exercise that right before it is taken away. The key principle here is that ordinary citizens should not have to be entirely dependent for self-defense on a potentially diffident or hamstrung government. Or even on good law enforcement that just can't reach you on time.

    St. Michael the Archangel, pray for us today!

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  38. I was thinking of all 3 of my girls when I voted. I voted for their spirituality and honor and modesty and virtue and saintliness and their respect for life and their love of God.

    Hail Mary....

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  39. I can't watch the video. Those kinds of things haunt me for far too long :(. It is sickening, to think that someone would destroy the innocence of a child for political (or financial) gain. Like other commenters have said, children are naturally pro-life.

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  40. So somehow all this could've been avoided if abortion was legal.

    So let me understand this. Are they implying that somehow all of this loving someone, and being loved by someone, could've (should've?) been avoided. They're claiming loving and knowing love is the real tragedy? They're exalting choice to kill, and telling the viewer that having never known the beauty of that child, however brief, was not worth it?

    Someone should make a rebuttal to that video with images of ultrasounds, "Think about Me, Mom". Vote Pro Life.

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  41. OK, this is pretty indefensible.

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  42. Yes, children are naturally pro-life. Teaching them that abortion is a good is a corruption of their innocence and goodness. I shiver to think about a mother teaching that to her own child of her womb.

    http://littlecatholicbubble.blogspot.com/2010/08/i-hate-it-every-time.html

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  43. I went and voted like a mom today!!

    Thanking God that I am a Mom solely because 2 courageous women chose LIFE FOR THEIR UNBORN CHILD, even though they were not in a position to raise their child themselves!!!!

    It is sick how Obama (and PP) really wanted my children dead!!!!

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  44. I voted for my boys, to ensure their religious freedom. A vote for Romney, of course. This video is unreal. The commentary was about how the author had an ain't with Down syndrome. she died at 7 and broke the mothers heart, clearly bc she was so loved. And yet the message appears to be it would have been better to kill the child in the womb. Wow. Just wow. Unreal. Wonder if the child's mother felt that or it is just the niece's feelings ?

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  45. I think my brain broke.

    Who is twisted enough to think up an ad to appeal to a woman's maternal instincts to murder children?

    How does that even get off the drawing board? How does that even make sense? And more importantly, who would EVER allow their minor daughter to be in such an ad?

    Was no one in the room to come back with the retort it isn't a vote against your daughter but a vote for your grandbabies

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  46. Well that was disturbing. Why am I not surprised?

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  47. The Sew family packs heat! :) Lots of it! :)

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  48. Well, it's the conservatives that are having babies, so if God allows it and gives another chance, our next generation will be Full of good, faith filled people.

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  49. Starfire....this is the best quote!
    "Who is twisted enough to think up an ad to appeal to a woman's maternal instincts to murder children?
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