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Plan B - Unlimited Access to Infantile Murder

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Plan B - Unlimited Access to Infantile Murder

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While things have not looked good for children in the womb for decades, now unborn children are more at risk than ever in what I used to know as America.

According to a story on Fox News (1) it will soon be easier than ever for poor young black women in particular who are less likely to have a photo ID, to purchase the Plan-B One Step over-the-counter abortifacient.  Breaking right into the middle of the story,

The Department of Justice notified U.S. District Judge Edward Korman it will submit a plan for compliance with his recent ruling that allowed unrestricted sales of Plan B One-Step.

According to the department's letter to the judge, the Food and Drug Administration has told the maker of the pills to submit a new drug application with proposed labeling that would permit it to be sold "without a prescription and without age or point-of-sale prescriptions."

Annie Tummino, . . . coordinator of the National Women's Liberation, said women and girls should have "the absolute right to control our bodies without having to ask a doctor or a pharmacist for permission."  "It's about time that the administration stopped opposing women having access to safe and effective birth control," she said in an emailed statement.

In commenting on previous laws which restricted the sale of Plan B, Judge Korman said these laws . . .

. . . placed a disproportionate burden on blacks and the poor by requiring a prescription for less expensive generic versions of the drug bought by those under age 17 and by requiring those age 17 or over to show proof-of-age identification at pharmacies.  He cited studies showing that blacks with low incomes are less likely than other people to have government-issued IDs.

So young poor black pregnant women of any age will now have unlimited access to an abortifacient without a government-issued ID because young poor black pregnant women are not likely to possess a government issued identification card.  Why is that the case?  The government isn’t capable of issuing young poor black pregnant women ID cards?  But they can issue tens of millions of free phones and food stamps and WIC vouchers and SSI checks?  Does this not sound like discrimination?  Or racial profiling?  Or ethnic cleansing?

Does this not sound like we want to absolutely insure that young, poor, black, pregnant women will kill their unborn babies with the least amount of effort possible?  How much easier could it get?  And if my memory serves me correctly, there are already approximately three times more black children being aborted than white children.  Why is that?  Is it because our government is actually targeting young, poor, black, pregnant women for abortion?  One might be tempted to think so.

After they finished burning their bras in the sixties in that ridiculous "display" of so-called liberation, so-called women’s rights advocates have been screaming for this kind of access to murder on demand ever since.  Yes, that is what it is: murder.  Has anyone ever heard of Kermit Gosnell? (2)  And this, while simultaneously and nearly universally gagging themselves regarding the plight of Muslim women all over the world who are routinely murdered for such horribly evil acts as looking at a non-Muslim boy.

But the black community is particularly at risk in this struggle “for the absolute right to control our bodies”.  It sounds like Planned Parenthood and the National Women's Liberation are the ones controlling women’s bodies.  And the federal government.  And drug companies.

And the larger black community that has accepted with seemingly little resistance, the concepts of poverty and abortion on demand.  This has been fostered by their own governmental leaders whom they repeatedly vote into office for this very reason: to maintain access to cheap, or free services because poverty is an unavoidable and accepted lifestyle among multitudes of black people in America.

True, the federal government is largely responsible for this state of affairs within the black community.  But the primary cause of this culture of poverty and death in Black America is the dearth of biblical leadership in African-American churches.  Long ago, Black America traded the biblical gospel for social justice.  They traded the Bible for governmental legislation.  They traded Jesus for Washington.  And now that there is a black president in the white house (which isn’t intended to sound ironic), many within the larger black community have likened him to a type of Jesus as their savior from all the injustices they have suffered over the past three centuries.

And it is that man, that president, who is quoted by Fox News as having said . . .

"As the father of two daughters, I think it is important for us to make sure that we apply some common sense to various rules when it comes to over-the-counter medicine.”

In other words, the President wants his daughters (and all daughters) to have ready access to over-the-counter medicine just in case they don’t have full control over their own bodies, somehow wind up pregnant, and need to eliminate his grandchildren.

Like I said, I used to live in a place called America.




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