Friday, November 8, 2013

But if you're like born, Wendy Davis is really totally ok with you




Texas state senator Wendy "Abortion Barbie" Davis, a Democrat candidate for Texas governor who works tirelessly to promote late-term abortions, announces that she's really pro-life:
“I’m pro-life. I care about the life of every child; every child that goes to bed hungry, every child that goes to bed without a proper education, every child that goes to bed without being able to be a part of the Texas dream, every woman and man who worry about their children’s future and their ability to provide for that future.”
No doubt this will be reassuring to the usual low-information Democrat Texas voter who loves freebies from the government but isn't so hot about killin' babies. 'Heck, blondie gonna give me free stuff and don't like killin' all youngins! She got ma vote!"

If you're extra-uterine, Davis is all fer ya. She'll use public money to buy your ma's and pa's votes, like any good Democrat.

But Wendy draws the line at the mons pubis. If you're inside your mom, you're chopped meat for all she cares. If you're outside your mom, she loves ya so much that she'll rob your working neighbors at gunpoint to send ya' their money in the mail and free phones and stuff.

If you're an extrauterine Texan, Wendy's totally copacetic with that. If you're an intrauterine Texan, well... ummm... Wendy's just not that into you.

13 comments:

  1. She's not particularly ambitious. The position of governor in Texas isn't a powerful one. The lieutenant governor has much stronger powers. The governor is the commander of the Texan national guard, signs legislation and can grant clemency as a last hope before executions.

    Not much else.

    If she'd been governor 10 years ago, as a liberal she would have probably granted clemency for Todd Cameron Willingham, unlike Rick Perry, who refused to grant even a 30 day stay of execution so that the evidence could be reviewed.

    Willingham had been convicted for the arson murder of his three children on the basis of flawed forensic evidence. Forensic scientists who later reviewed the evidence later noted that there was no evidence of accelerants being involved (a key part of the prosecution case), and hence there was no evidence that he was guilty.

    An innocent man executed?

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  2. I guess the lesson of Ken Cuccinelli's defeat has not yet sunk in, Mike?

    Hoo

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    1. The lesson of Ken Cuccinelli's defeat is that a candidate who appeals to both conservatives and libertarians (e.g. Rand Paul) will win.

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    2. Rand Paul is the perfect candidate for Egnor: Rand's dishonest through and through, and when he gets caught, he just blusters.

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    3. Rand Paul has some baggage that will make him unsuitable as a candidate in the future.

      Hoo

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    4. Add to that the Southern Avenger brouhaha and I can't see how and Paul can be a viable candidate.

      Hoo

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  3. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyNovember 8, 2013 at 7:53 AM

    Doc: "If you're inside your mom, you're chopped meat for all she cares."

    I hear that the most advanced abortion mills are using immersion blenders now. They call it the Gosnell Procedure.

    Anyways, li'l Wendy is riding the War on Womyn's Health hobbyhorse.

    Good luck with that in Texas, girl.

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    1. Adm. G Boggs, Glenbeckistan NavyNovember 8, 2013 at 8:25 AM

      By the way, for those interested, here's Dan Savage recommending mandatory abortion for women under 30.

      Apparently, abortion is a sacrament for the Malthusian faith.

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      "Apparently, abortion is a sacrament for the Malthusian faith."

      'Breeder' envy?

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  4. I must say I'm tremendously disappointed. I come back to this blog, looking for some nice Grade-A wingnut stupidity, and you're just not even trying anymore. Nazis! Abortion! WAAAAAHHH!!!

    Put some effort into your idiocy, Egnor. Worldnetdaily does.

    Boo

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    1. Egnor has been phoning it in lately, Boo. Here are some golden oldies to entertain you:

      My prediction, in which Egnor predicts that Mitt Romney will win the 2012 presidential election and the Republicans may well take the Senate.

      Kin selection and your toilet bowl, in which Egnor takes reductio ad absurdum to comical levels.

      Enjoy!

      Hoo

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    2. Sorry Hoo, but nothing can ever top his debut on Sciencblogs, wherein he ranted about "biological information" for quite a while before eventually admitting he couldn't even define the term, and then proceeded to crow that his ability to ask meaningless questions somehow constituted a major victory over "Darwinists." That was the true golden age, when Egnor put effort into making his posts as inane as possible. I miss those days.

      Boo

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    3. @Boo Hoo

      "Put some effort into your idiocy, Egnor. Worldnetdaily does.

      Boo"

      You signed off with your first name that time, Your full name is appropriate given all of your crying.

      Best Wishes

      Chris

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