The Woman Who Would Be Queen

Cartoonist Gary Varvel: What is in Hillary Rodham Clinton's new memoir?Former Secretary and future presidential hopeful,   Hillary Clinton,  is a staunch supporter of the right for women to murder their unborn babies for any reason, at any time. 

At the International Women’s Day event at the U.N., Clinton  told her  audience that “you cannot make progress on gender equality or human development” without allowing women  to continue the [barbaric] practice of murdering their unborn children under the guise of ‘family planning.’  “That is a bedrock truth.”

Clinton even said that the United States, which has some of the most lenient abortion laws of any developed Western nation, falls short when it comes to giving women free access to abortion-on-demand.

What more does she want?    Perhaps instead of a Minute Mart, 7-11, Stop-In or Country Store on every corner, we should build murder centers.  We could build them next  to high schools, which would thrill Planned Parenthood.  We could build them next door to elementary  and middle schools schools, because with the sexual gratification taught as sex-ed, we will need them.  Perhaps they could be attached  to OB/GYN offices so those poor women who don’t know how to swallow a birth control pill won’t have to walk too far.   And, we can hang a sign in every airport and at both borders “Welcome to America, Where you’re Free to murder your child.’   That ought to bring the tourist in!

If you think Obama hates Christian rights, just wait until Hillary gets the crown.  The first day Bill became president (that’s what we use to call it back then), Hillary had him sign five executive orders authorizing federal funding  (taxpayer funding) for  abortions.

Biographer Carl Bernstein wrote in his 2007 book A Woman in Charge, “The milestone anniversary of Roe v. Wade,  in Hillary’s view, was the perfect opportunity to move the new presidency on course unambiguously in terms of women’s rights, signal the religious right that its decade of dominance in regard to such personal questions was over.”

As second in command, Hillary chaired a task force overseeing Bill’s attempt to socialize health care and promised that under her husband’s plan (get real), “abortion would be widely available,” even promising  taxpayer money to pay for abortion drug RU-486, which she had “fast tracked” through the FDA approval process.   And, she was also instrumental in making Plan B, the so-called “morning after pill” legal in America.

At a 1994 UN conference on population (control) and development in Cairo, the Clintons stacked the U.S. delegation with pro-abortion representatives who pressured world leaders to include access to abortion in their definition of “reproductive health care,” which  the UN was about to declare a “fundamental human right.”     Ultimately, she failed, and the Cairo document went forward without abortion enshrined in its definition of basic reproductive health care.   But, never say die Hillary made it the center of her speech at the 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing.

As Secretary of State, Hillard lambasted the 2012 Rio+20 UN Conference in Rio de Janeiro for failing to ‘enshrine’ abortion on demand as a basic human right.   “While I am very pleased that this year’s outcome document endorses sexual and reproductive health and universal access to family planning (abortion),  to reach our goals in sustainable development  (Agenda 21 population control) we also have to ensure women’s reproductive rights.”  She then threatened the UN that even without their backing, Obama would continue to lead the charge to expand abortions in all nations.  And, I might add, threaten those who fail to fall in line.

Hillary claims that as a Methodist, she believes  that the ‘potential for life’ begins at conception so she’s pro-life.    But for her, it isn’t just about that ‘potential life’ . . .” I have concluded, after great, you know, concern and searching my own mind and heart over many years, that our task should be in this pluralistic, diverse life of ours in this nation that individuals must be entrusted to make this profound decision, because the alternative would be such an intrusion of government authority that it would be very difficult to sustain in our kind of open society.”  And for pushing abortion, the Children’s Defense Fund honored her last year for her “dedication to child advocacy.”  I certainly wouldn’t want her advocating for my kids!

A ‘potential for life’ is the favorite argument of the abortion movement.  Yet, even in the earliest stages of pregnancy, sonograms shows the baby’s  movements and heartbeat so it is idiotic to argue that it is not alive.  While it may be reasonable to wish that an unborn baby will be a ‘potential scientists’ or a ‘potential athlete’,  there is no way a reasonable sane person could argue that it is a ‘potential life.’  An unborn baby is a living human being because that is the only thing it can be.

And lest we forget, human beings develop  their entire lives.  An unborn baby is less developed than a newborn, just as a child is less developed than an adult but at each stage, they are still human beings.

“The care of human life and happiness, and not their destruction, is the first and only object of good government.”  Thomas Jefferson

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