DNC Does Not Want To Be Punished With A Child…

… So did you hear the one about how the DNC has barred children from attending Charlotte’s convention? The punch line is that feminists revolted. No, not that they are revolting. They revolted. As in, they got all righteously indignant and pretended to like children – for a minute.

“Women are the key to a Democratic victory, and sometimes, children are the key to women,” said Gloria Steinem in a statement noted by the Charlotte Observer. “It’s both right and smart for the Democratic Convention to behave as if children exist.”

Which reads; children are to be tolerated only for political gain. When the elections over we can go back to aborting them.

Now before you start hollering that this is precidely what the GOP is doing; exploiting unborn children by running on a “pro-life” platform, know that Romney’s been forced to address the abortion issue because democrats are refusing to acknowledge the abysmal economic condition of the country that has been spiraled ridiculously out of control by Obama. Look, squirrel!!

It’s so much easier for democrats to fans the flames of feminists hysteria by focusing an entire campaign on women’s reproductive health. Irony alert: calling infanticide reproductive “health”.

These diversion tactics are going to backfire; polls show that more and more people are identifying themselves as pro-life. In fact, democrats are so desperate to run with the “reproductive rights” and “health” platform, attempting to draw criticism away from Obama’s glaring failures, that Debbie Wasserman has no problem blatantly lying to advanced her Democratic agenda.

Because to Wasserman an outright lie is more palatable and justifiable than a republican president. The ends justify the means.

Which brings me back to the DNC. Color my perplexed when feminists balk at the unwelcoming atmosphere for children and nursing mothers. Last time I checked this administration was still the most anti-life our country’s ever seen. Nothing’s changed, right? Obama still hates babies, especially those nasty pre-born ones. And the speakers; presidents of Planned Parenthood and NARAL-Pro Choice America! The last thing Cecile Richards and Nancy Keenan want to see are infant eyes staring back at them from the audience. Talk about awkward. No, we can’t have any of that; not while we’re toasting Moloch.

Kiddos, you’re better off staying home. Safer too.

About Katrina Fernandez

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  • Hambone Johnson

    Romney has monetary investments in the abortion industry; Obama does not.

    Make of this what you will.

    • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/thecrescat Katrina Fernandez

      Obama does not? He’s in the pocket of PP.

      • Hambone Johnson

        Planned Parenthood mostly serves as a women’s health care facility in more impoverished regions of America. Millions of women in America rely on it for cancer screenings and medication. Also, they dispense birth control pills, which millions of women with PCOS rely on to treat their condition. The fact that religiously-owned institutions are saying they have the right to not treat women with valid medical disorders because it violates their “religious freedom” is more of a concern than an institution that seeks to medically help these women.

        And if you think Obama has made a penny off of Planned Parenthood, then you’re just delusional. Recognizing it as an important facility does not equate to “being in the pocket” of it.

        • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/thecrescat Katrina Fernandez

          I’m afraid you are the delusional one. PP targets minorities for extinction, as their founded designed it to. Also, it’s been discussed here to ad nauseum after the Komen/PP debacle… PP offers NO cancer screening. They don’t even own the medical equipment to do cancer pre-screenings. All they do are referrals – mostly to county clinics. These clinics, I might add, are losing much needed funding bc Obama consistently overrides the requests of the individual states for funding so he can divert those funds to PP. You may need to get informed there. Try reading through the archives here.

          • L.

            PP does pap smears, which, last I heard, are cancer screening.

          • http://www.patheos.com/blogs/thecrescat Katrina Fernandez

            No they don’t. They refer women to gynecologists.

          • L.

            No, they DO pap smears. I used to go to PP to have one every year, in the dark years when I had no U.S. health insurance. A nurse practitioner can do a pap test, and the slide is sent to an outside lab to be read by a lab technician. The patient is only referred to a gynecologist if the lab results are abnormal.

          • L.

            I tried to paste a link here from PP’s website, which shows that pap tests are indeed still part of their routine pelvic exams, but I kept getting illegible words to verify – I guess the new comment software assumes pasted links are spam, and tries to weed them out? But you surely did not want a link to PP here anyway, so anyone interested in verifying this can search for themselves. (PP also did routine bloodwork and let me know I was slightly anemic, which was helpful at the time.)

        • Holly

          Planned Parenthood makes more than a third of its revenue from abortions (more if you include any pre-abortion “counseling” or abortafacient contraceptives).
          If PP does indeed to pap spears (not weighing in on either side) I’m guessing what Kat is remembering is when the head of PP touted their mammogram services, which are in fact non-existant.

  • http://twitter.com/HouseUnseen Dwija Borobia

    Her question-mark talking is a clear indicator of panic.

    “Anderson? Anderson? The main point? Of the email? Was….”

    Me no likey question mark talking!

  • Karen

    What are the Republican arrangements for childcare? Have they done any better?

  • Brad

    I’ve worked the local pro life booth for many years. It is disheartening to see pools that show “the majority of Americans are pro life” but we keep electing the same anti life politicians. People’s opinion may be pro life but what are their priorities?

  • Barbara B

    Thanks for posting this. It’s going up on my FB page.