Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Hillary, I Can No Longer Stomach Your Extreme Feminist Politics

Today the Supreme court ruled rightly against partial birth abortion, which is really a misnomer for infanticide, since it is performed after the fetus is fully formed in the late stages of a woman's pregnancy.

(Note: When I linked to Wikipedia last night, there was a series of well-done images showing the sequence of partial birth abortion in an understandable way. However, this morning, this sequence has been removed from the site. I am very disappointed that this has been removed.)

This news caused Senator Hillary, now running for president, to strongly object, whining it infringes on the rights of women to choose:

"This decision marks a dramatic departure from four decades of Supreme Court rulings that upheld a woman's right to choose and recognized the importance of women's health. Today's decision blatantly defies the Court's recent decision in 2000 striking down a state partial-birth abortion law because of its failure to provide an exception for the health of the mother. As the Supreme Court recognized in Roe v. Wade in 1973, this issue is complex and highly personal; the rights and lives of women must be taken into account. It is precisely this erosion of our constitutional rights that I warned against when I opposed the nominations of Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Alito."

Oh please. In every aspect of our lives, we face limits, boundaries, in the popular lingo. But in the case of women's sexual politics, no limits are demanded. We want no limits on our right to have sex and have absolutely no consequences.
Needless to say, this demand, for reproductive freedom without repsonsibility, largely met since the 70s, has had the effect of infatalizing women and sex, and keeping them in a perpetual state of irresponsibility.
"We want and demand no limits on our sexual freedom. We want and demand no limits on our abilities to do whatever we damn well please, and then do whatever we damn well please in the aftermath," is the common cry.
Oh please.
Hillary you've got to be the greatest enabler of immaturity of women in the modern world.
After more than 40,000,000 horrifying abortions in this country since 1973, I'd say we definitely have taken the right to choose (after the fact) to heart, don't you think? And what about the doctor who invented the partial birth procedure who walked, no, ran away because he was so revolted by what he saw himself doing in surgery. He could no longer live with himself and his killing procedure.
Have you no shame?
I repeat, have you no shame?
Do you not know, yet, there are no rights without responsibilities? Have all these years with Bill and politics caused you to lose contact with the real woman in you?

Listen up, madame: I can no longer stomach your aging, tired feminst politics. And as a woman, will actively work against your bid to be president, starting with my right to choose to vote and speak against you every chance I get.
You are not fit to be president of this land.
And neither is boy wonder, Obama. Or, Silky Pony.
Enough is enough is enough is enough. There need to be limits, even for women and sex.


Pam said...

Oh Dear Web! "I feel your pain!"

I couldn't agree with you more. Thanks for articulating my thoughts so well! LOL

Jungle Mom said...

What is incomprehensible, is that the same people wanting more gun laws to reduce violent deaths, are supporting the murder mill of abortion and this extremely violent form of abortion!

Webutante said...

Yes, it's such an absurd dichotomy. There is so much more I want to write on all this in the next few days, as I get the time.

The Supreme Court is commendable for this right ruling. But he whining left is just getting revved up.

Anonymous said...

Jungle Mom: Same group, but not the same people. Can you separate the two issues, gun control and the "right to choose"? I can. I realize gun control would not have prevented the recent murders in WV. I also realize that if a young girl is raped by her father, she should not need her father's consent to abort any result of that tragic situation. There's a line and it moves every day. Thanks for retiring Sandra Day O'Connor!