“Reproductive Rights” is a complete misnomer. Worse, it’s a disgusting lie that completely sugarcoats reality.
Hollywood icon Kelsey Grammar agrees with me and he recently explained why.
In an interview with the British newspaper The Times, Grammer said it “gets a bit dishonest to call something reproductive rights when you clearly have a choice well before a baby is conceived.”
“If someone has to die as a result of rape, then we should kill the rapist – not the unborn child,” he said. “It’s a dicey area, but if you have respect for life, and respect for choice, then you can’t take life away from an infant.”
“Little makes me angry, but injustice does,” he says in the piece.
If you think about it, the Democrats reason for saying the abortion issue is about “reproductive rights,” was because they still harbored some guilt, some sadness, for defending the murder of children. They also used to talk about hating abortion but believing that by “legalizing” it, or bringing it out of the shadows, they could make it “safe and rare.”
Sadly, the Democrats may not need to sugarcoat their lies on abortion for much longer. It seems that the moral values of their base have degenerated so completely that they’ll soon be able to speak plainly on the issue without an hint of guilt or sadness at all.
Democrats like Hillary Clinton used to say abortions should be “safe, legal, and rare,” but now, they seem to have dropped the whole “rare” thing.
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The Democrat Party has devolved into the party of immoral excess and is marked by their embrace of violence (against children and conservatives), hatred (of conservatives and white men), and jealousy (against anyone who has been successful).
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