10 questions a Pro-Choice candidate is never asked by the media

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by Max E. Pad, Nov 2, 2012.

  1. For the record im pro choice, mostly because of the economics of the situation, but i accept the fact that you are killing a human being when you do it, but why is it that the media constantly tries to pigeon hole those on the right and make them seem like extremists, on questions like abortion in the case of rape or incest, yet you never hear questions like this asked to any of the pro choice candidates?

    10 questions a Pro-Choice candidate is never asked by the media

    1. You say you support a woman’s right to make her own reproductive choices in regards to abortion and contraception. Are there any restrictions you would approve of?

    2. In 2010, The Economist featured a cover story on “the war on girls” and the growth of “gendercide” in the world – abortion based solely on the sex of the baby. Does this phenomenon pose a problem for you or do you believe in the absolute right of a woman to terminate a pregnancy because the unborn fetus is female?

    3. In many states, a teenager can have an abortion without her parents’ consent or knowledge but cannot get an aspirin from the school nurse without parental authorization. Do you support any restrictions or parental notification regarding abortion access for minors?

    4. If you do not believe that human life begins at conception, when do you believe it begins? At what stage of development should an unborn child have human rights?

    5. Currently, when genetic testing reveals an unborn child has Down Syndrome, most women choose to abort. How do you answer the charge that this phenomenon resembles the “eugenics” movement a century ago – the slow, but deliberate “weeding out” of those our society would deem “unfit” to live?

    6. Do you believe an employer should be forced to violate his or her religious conscience by providing access to abortifacient drugs and contraception to employees?

    7. Alveda King, niece of Martin Luther King, Jr. has said that “abortion is the white supremacist’s best friend,” pointing to the fact that Black and Latinos represent 25% of our population but account for 59% of all abortions. How do you respond to the charge that the majority of abortion clinics are found in inner-city areas with large numbers of minorities?

    8. You describe abortion as a “tragic choice.” If abortion is not morally objectionable, then why is it tragic? Does this mean there is something about abortion that is different than other standard surgical procedures?

    9. Do you believe abortion should be legal once the unborn fetus is viable – able to survive outside the womb?

    10. If a pregnant woman and her unborn child are murdered, do you believe the criminal should face two counts of murder and serve a harsher sentence?

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/ken-sh...s-pro-choice-candidate-never-as#ixzz2B6tukVsr
  2. Maverick74


    Max, I don't know what you know about the Eugenics movement of the 1920's. But Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, was a strong supporter. If you study this movement and her ideas you can see exactly where the left wants to go with this movement.


    And her connection to Hitler:


    She inspired him to commit his acts of genocide although she did not support it obviously. But her ideas gave birth to something very scary. Something that I think is still deeply imbedded within all liberals. The idea of creating the perfect society by preventing the weak from being born.
  3. Maverick74


  4. Thx for the articles, ill read them when i get a chance, as for tonight, its party time, Im outta here, this was the best week in the stock market for me all year, and the best week since the Tsunami hit Japan last year, and it only consisted of 3 days, hoping the chaos in New York combined with the elections keeps the money flowing for a week or two. :D

  5. Womens rights? You mean abortion?

    Tell me something MrBill, do you think it is acceptable, and do you support the "womens right" to kill a baby outside of the womb that can survive on its own? Do you support a womans right to abort a baby based on gender? Please answer these 2 questions.

    If Romney would have fought like this the entire campaign season he would have won in a landslide, its too bad he chose to hold back the entire time
  6. maxpi


    The left needs abortion. They have whole inner city reservations full of Democrat voters that don't work for a living. If those people were not only getting a free ride but were reproducing faster than the people they were milking it would be unsustainable.
  7. Ricter


    The majority of women here want legal abortion. Even so, abortion is never going away, not here, not anywhere in the world, forever. So let's move on.
  8. The premises within the above statement are on flimsy ground.

    1) Employment in the inner cities is rare.

    While the unemployment rate in the inner city is higher than that of the general population, it is not 100%.

    2) Inner city population reproductive rate if unchecked by abortion, would prove Malthusian.

    If abortion were not available, it is more than a stretch to assume that inner city folk would reproduce at maximum capacity.

    3) The left needs abortion because Malthusian rates of growth among the inner city folk would threaten Democrats.

    If the Democrats are overly reliant on the inner city vote, they would oppose abortion or limit its availibility as it would conflict with premise #2 and thereby limit their potential pool of supporters.
  9. pspr


    Question 11: Would you have approved of your mother getting an abortion during your gestation?
    #10     Nov 3, 2012