Well, it seems now that the pro-abortionist group Naral says that women getting an abortion is like them getting a haircut.
The pro-abortion group NARAL has just launched a bizarre new video that places abortion on the same moral plane as getting a haircut, picking a sweater, going for a jog or chewing gum—all, apparently, things that a woman can “choose to do with her body,” just like abortion.
All this by way of introduction to their new “Choice Out Loud”campaign—or as they style it, “experience”—featuring various slogans about “choice” linked to professional photographs of models. It’s all very odd.
I was tuned into this project via an email from NARAL president Nancy Keenan, who is retiring soon. Apparently she didn’t get the memo from Planned Parenthood about abandoning the language of “choice.”
Someone sent me this. Have no idea where it is from or who created it.
Here is something that buck ofama and his liberal commie crew could care less about.
The nation’s long-term fiscal outlook hasn’t significantly improved following the recent agreement between Congress and the White House over tax and spending issues, according to a new analysis.
The “fiscal cliff” deal combined with the debt-limit agreement of August 2011 only slightly delays the United States reaching debt-to-gross domestic product levels that would damage the economy and risk another fiscal crisis, according to the a report from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation released on Tuesday.
The agreement “may have prevented the immediate threats that the fiscal cliff posed to our fragile economic recovery, but we haven’t remotely fixed the nation’s debt problem,” said Michael A. Peterson, president and COO of the Peterson Foundation.
“The primary goal of any sustainable fiscal policy is to stabilize the debt as a share of the economy and put it on a downward path, and yet our nation is still heading toward debt levels of 200 percent of GDP and beyond,” he said.
The report concludes that the recent round of deficit-reduction measures won’t make major improvements because it fails to address most of the major contributors to the debt and deficit, including rapidly rising healthcare costs.
The analysis suggests that lawmakers take action quickly to ensure that the nation is on a sustainable fiscal path.
We need more singers like Johnny Cash. Get rid of the rappers, the idol idiots, the reality show singers (who are only learning to be lounge singers on cruise ships) and any other singer who can not actually sing real words.
And then there are the idiots! Our government is overrun with idiots like this idiot.
And God Bless TEXAS! Bet liberals in that state are pissing all over themselves now.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Gov. Rick Perry presented a glowing assessment of the Texas economy Tuesday and said there was more than enough money in the state’s Rainy Day fund for a one-time, $3.7 billion-investment in water and transportation upgrades while also cutting taxes.
The Republican governor, who for weeks has called on the Legislature to hold down government spending even with the state’s economy booming, used his biennial State of the State speech Tuesday in the House chamber to call for a one-time investment in infrastructure he said is needed to ensure a high quality of life. The Texas constitution calls for a percentage of oil and gas revenues to go into the Rainy Day Fund, which is nearing its constitutional cap.
“Our bank balance is healthy, our economy is growing, our future is limitless,” Perry said.
Perry also called on lawmakers to amend the Texas Constitution to allow the state to return tax money it collects but doesn’t spend to its citizens.
“Today, I’m calling for a mechanism to be put in place so when we do bring in more than we need, we’ll have the option of returning tax money directly to the people who paid it,” the governor said. “Currently, that’s not something our constitution allows. We need to fix that.”
Now this is neat (ps…tumblr is full of pictures like this), but the drawback is that first there has to be a way to program the woman.
Found this one over at Doug Ross. Check out his blog.
The following is a PSA from me. Whether you do or not, daily or monthly, is up to you.
Friendly reminder that with one click, you can:
(though the wildlife habitat, if all people now on twitter and facebook clicked once a day? In a week or so, all known land on this planet would be protected)