Wingnut on Wingnut Crime: Terry vs Ohio Right to Life

Pop the popcorn, kids, it’s wingnut on wingnut crime time again. This time it’s the far-far-right anti-choicers, represented by Randall Terry’s lackey David Lewis, and the far-right anti-choices, the Ohio Right to Life. Because the latter group didn’t support the nutty “heartbeat bill” in that state, Lewis goes on the attack:

“As Christians we have a duty to publicly name Ohio Right to Life as a collaborator with ‘pro-choice’ politicians and their child-killing associates at Planned Parenthood, and other abortion mills.

“Mr. Gonidakis uses the same invalid argument that National Right to Life has used to destroy numerous baby-saving initiatives across the nation. Gonidakis fears a challenge, a fight, at the U.S. Supreme Court level. But a fight is exactly what is needed. Over 50 million babies have been murdered in our country. Babies deserve that we fight tooth-and-nail for them.

“Mr. Gonidakis has been known to compromise in the past on important issues. He told the Cincinnati Enquirer that compromises had to be made when it comes to funding of the child-killing giant Planned Parenthood.

“Ohio Right to Life does not represent the pro-life constituency that elected pro-life leaders in the Ohio legislature.”

Maybe you should bomb their offices or something.

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  • Ohio House Bill 125, better known as the Heartbeat Bill, which passed in the House on June 28, 2011, would have criminalized abortion after a baby’s heartbeat could be detected, normally 18 days after conception. [fm the link, emphasis mine]

    I don’t swear very often, but holy fuck.

  • zippythepinhead

    Just after reading this post, I started listening to this Fresh Air interview about the Texas Sonogram Law:

  • NitricAcid

    Eighteen days? I’m surprised there aren’t people claiming that this is too long, as it gives someone almost three weeks to take the “morning after” pill without consequences.

  • bubba707

    Makes me wish we could legalize retroactive abortion.

  • anubisprime

    They are so traumatized about losing the election that they are tearing chunks out of their nearest and dearest in their agony!

    Wingnut on Wingnut seems to be the flavour these days…blaming each other in turns then having a few seconds relative clarity where they all universally blame the Heathens, Satanists, Communists and Atheists then go back to gnawing on each others throats for a while…it must be some sort of comfort trip they are on…happiness is a bleeding carotid artery maybe!

  • Bill Openthalt

    They are so traumatized about losing the election that they are tearing chunks out of their nearest and dearest in their agony!

    Nope, they are merely jealous of the exchanges of kindness between FtB and the Pit and want to prove they can do better. 🙂

  • oranje

    I wish they’d think of the poor nouns instead of just focusing on “babies.”

  • bradleybetts

    I’m fairly certain Avicenna said something about lungs not forming ’til 17 weeks… I can’t find the post right now, but it was certainly longer than 18 days. As if the concept of judging abortion thresholds by “foetal heartbeat” wasn’t ridiculous enough… that’s what killed Savita Halappanavar in Ireland.