Health? CT Bans 3D Imaging of Babies In Utero…

According to this FoxNews video, CT is banning non-medical elective 3D imaging of fetuses because of POTENTIAL harm for the baby. Okay, so we will rush an untested vaccine, Swine Flu anyone?, to market to mass inject our children to “protect” them but we can’t allow parents to view their babies sucking their thumb in 3D in the womb?

Is this really about health or are abortionists worried that abortion “rights” will take another hit from the growing evidence that there is more than “just a blob” in the bellies of women…

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Abortion: 13 Million African Americans Killed since 1973

Great information from Sonja Schmidt – video

Videos of Anger, Against Single Payer ObamaCare aka: Gov’t Run Healthcare

Great videos! Thanks Drudge for publicizing them..

Video 1 – Arlen Specter getting a lot of heat for “fast” action on bills

Video 2 – Lloyd Doggett literally overwhelmed in Austin by angry constituents

Video 3 – Specter/Sebelius in Phili – shouted down some more
Thank the Lord for Free Speech – for now…

New Obama Poster: “Boy Wonder” to “Joker”?

as seen in LA

as seen in LA

May be tough to get to Noel Sheppard’s blog but here’s the link. Got the pic here but he got it from Tammy Bruce’s (radio host) blog… Love the poster and yes, the title of my post came from a comment made by metaphorsbwithu on the blog.

Let’s see how this poster does…

One More Reason to Hamper the Czars: Holdren, Obama’s Science Czar

I posted a link to a Michelle Malkin piece exposing this crazy radical “science czar” of President Obama’s, but thought I’d do a refresher – especially after realizing that he advised Al Gore on his scary “climate change” video… what was that called… ah yes! “An Inconvenient Truth” – perhaps there is one staring us in the face – that President Obama is as radical as his associations suggested (Rev. Wright, Bill Ayers, Ms. Dohrn)…

Apparently, according to Holdren we aren’t really human at birth – just potentially human over time… right…

From NewsMax.com piece:

    “President Barack Obama’s top science adviser John Holdren is best known today as a staunch believer in the dangers of global warming, but in the 1970s he was an abortion proponent who questioned whether an offspring is actually a “human being” even at birth.
    Holdren, director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, in 1973 co-authored the book “Human Ecology: Problems and Solutions.”

    It contained this passage: “The fetus, given the opportunity to develop properly before birth, and given the essential early socializing experiences and sufficient nourishing food during the crucial early years after birth, will ultimately develop into a human being.”

    “Human Ecology” argued that the human race faced dire consequences unless population growth was stopped. At the time it was written, the Supreme Court had not yet handed down its Roe v. Wade decision, “and the passage in question was part of a subsection of the ‘Population Limitation’ chapter that argued for legalized abortion,” CNSNews reported.

    The book also raised the possibility that “involuntary fertility control” might ultimately be needed to control population growth.

    The authors stated, “Compulsory control of family size is an unpalatable idea, but the alternatives may be much more horrifying.”

    Holdren, a former Harvard professor, advised Al Gore on his climate change documentary “An Inconvenient Truth.”

ACLU Ad – Against a National ID

Great Ad by ACLU (yes I actually wrote that!)

Catholic Nurse Forced to Assist in Late 2nd Trimester Abortion

So much for respecting differences, religion or religious tolerance. It’s no wonder – the nurse is Catholic, and therefore fair game for denegration.

    Catherina Cenzon-DeCarlo, a nurse at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, was instructed to assist in a late second-trimester abortion for a woman 22 weeks into her pregnancy. The hospital had known of the nurse’s religious objections to abortion since she was hired in 2004…(she)reminded her supervisors of her religious objections, but was told that if she did not participate, she would be charged with “insubordination and patient abandonment,” which could result in disciplinary action and the possible loss of her job and nursing license.

CNA Article