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A. Let those men who want to marry men, marry men.

B. Allow those women who want to marry women, marry women.

C. Allow those folks who want to abort their babies, abort their babies.

D. In three generations, there will be no Democrats.
Oh, don’t ya just love it when a plan comes together!
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from GatewayPundit:

Just when you thought you’d seen everything. A woman in St. Louis announced her abortion on Craigslist. Here’s her ad:

ok so we’ve been going thru alot and were not even together. you dont trust me? you dont love me? i dont know anymore. i always make you mad. i dont know if youre ashamed of me. hate me? i dont know how you feel about me. you don’t need to respond but you should listen bc i need to get this off my chest…. Austin, im pregnant. and since we have no type of future together im getting an abortion so no worries on your end. you haven’t picked up the phone or return my text so no need to call or respond now. my mind is made up. my decision is final. i feel like its the Best decision for me.

for full article: http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2012/11/its-come-to-this-woman-announces-her-abortion-on-craigslist/

Is nothing private anymore?

(CNSNews.com) – During Tuesday’s second  presidential debate, President Barack Obama said that  women “rely” on Planned Parenthood for mammograms, but, according to the Food and Drug Administration, no Planned Parenthood facility in the United States is licensed to do mammograms.

During Tuesday night’s debate against his Republican challenger Mitt  Romney, Obama said, “When Gov. Romney says that we should eliminate  funding for Planned Parenthood, there are millions of women all across  the country who rely on Planned Parenthood for not just contraceptive  care; they rely on it for mammograms, for cervical cancer screenings.  That’s a pocketbook issue for women and families all across the country,  and it makes a difference in terms.

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/obama-women-rely-planned-parenthood-mammograms-fda-no-they-dont

A pro life group’s founder’s house vandalized.
Personhood USA Founder and President Keith Mason and his wife Jennifer have three young children from eight years old on down, and a fourth child due next month.  That didn’t stop pro-abortion vandals from throwing a heavy rock through his front door window at 1:30 am, or from spraypainting his house with vulgarities and images of coat hangers.”

      With the mainstream media basically ignoring the firestorm that has brewed over the Obama Administration’s decision to force the Catholic Church to provide contraception in its health care covereage for its employees, the Obama team thinks they have found a way to “appease” the religious groups while not appearing to be giving in to the Church.

       Today, HHS and Obama announced that the availability to access to contraception medications, etc., must still go forward, they have said that if a religious institution has a religious objection to that premise, they do not have to pay for that coverage. BUT, the insurance carrier MUST still offer it to the employees of that religious institution, at no cost to the employee.

        So, let me get this straight. The Church, which has a fundamental disagreement with the idea of birth control, does not have to PAY for it for their employees, BUT it must still be a PART of the plan that the Church offers, and that their insurance carrier MUST pickup that cost. Call me stupid, but does Obama believe that the cost of the birth control will not be buried within the cost of the entire plan?

       Any thoughts?

If the federal government can support abortion rights, why can’t it also support light bulb choice, Sen. Rand Paul asked Thursday morning.

And don’t even get him started about his toilet.

“Frankly, my toilets don’t work in my house, and I blame you and people like you who want to tell me what I can install in my house,” Paul said. He added, “I find it insulting.”
Read more: http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0311/51053.html#ixzz1GJRsYhmJ

     The weather this cold Monday was NEGATIVE 5 in Manchester NH, and the trains weren’t running into NYC because of the cold. Here are a few of the highlights of this Monday:

          **    The Appeals Court in Illinois has ruled that Rahm Emmanuel is NOT QUALIFIED to be on the ballot for Chicago Mayor due to residency issues…. Early voting starts next week for the February 22nd election.

          **   Even as Florida’s newly elected Gov. Rick Scott was in South Florida at the funeral service for two slain officers, gunned down serving a warrant, two more police officers, doing the same thing, were gunned down in St. Petersburg, FL.

          **   A gunman opened fire in a Detroit police precinct last night, injuring at least four officers.

          **  Pro-life groups braved the cold weather in Washington DC today to mark the 38th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, having the March for Life on the National Mall.

          **  Jared Loughner, the accused Tucson tragedy gunman, appeared in court and pled not guilty to charges against him.

          **  Supreme Court Justice Sam Alito will definitely NOT be attending the State of the Union address tomorrow night. Justice Clarence Thomas has routinely refrained from attending the event, and there is rumor that Chief Justice John Roberts will not attend either.

Any others:

Vanderbilt University is the subject of a federal complaint filed today by officials with the Alliance Defense Fund over requiring nursing students to participate in abortions.

ADF, a pro-life legal group, filed the complaint with the Department of Health and Human Services saying it illegally forces the students to do the abortions despite receiving $300 million in federal tax dollars each year. Federal law prohibits grant recipients from forcing students or health care workers to participate in abortions contrary to their religious beliefs or moral convictions.

The complaint was filed in behalf of a fourth-year nursing student at another university who wants to apply to Vanderbilt’s nurse residency program but won’t do so because of the abortion policy. She says Vanderbilt admission forms require her to promise to participate in abortions.

for the full article: http://www.lifenews.com/2011/01/11/vanderbilt-university-requires-nursing-students-to-do-abortions/