OUCH !

President of Planned Parenthood Cecile Richards :

 

Nothing says “I love you, Mom!” like standing up for the right of mothers everywhere to get the care they need.

Actor James Woods :

Hard to say “I love you, Mom” from a medical waste dumpster… https://twitter.com/cecilerichards/status/863752690614063106 

Notice the difference in the ‘Likes & Retweets’ between the 2 ?

WELL PLAYED JAMES WOODS !

~Terry

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20 Responses to OUCH !

  1. Uriel says:

    He smashed her and rightfully so. Witch

  2. Hardnox says:

    I hope that left a mark.

  3. Shar says:

    Bitch Slap!

  4. clyde says:

    Good for Woods. These morons need to be exposed for who and what they are.

  5. comcast536 says:

    Uriel – I was somewhat surprise by your comment after reading your 3 part article on Female Rights. Hardnox – Maybe I was to early in apologizing for my comments to you on this matter. I have not had the pleasure Terry. I am Pro-Choice only in that I believe that the female’s right is under siege. You all are using the same hateful tactics that persist today, when someone doesn’t share your ideology. In this case, our female are US citizens, been born and complied with the laws of the land for untold years. Yet you speak of a person, not yet born, with no history, being more important than the vessel that is carrying it. The supreme court ruled and I am sure they made their ruling at that time, with facts, and not moral ideologies. But you now think that you are compelled to introduce the belief that birth starts at the moment of conception. Until the Law of the land changes, I will remain Pro-Choice and believe
    me Clyde, I’m no moron.

    • Terry says:

      Comcast, while you make some valid points, some which I can agree to,”the vessel that is carrying it” has several choices :
      1. Birth control
      2. Crossing their legs.
      3. Adoption.

      However,that “PERSON (your word), not yet born, with no history ” has NO choices if the “vessel” decides to act irresponsibly, opt out of her choices, and allows that PERSON to be scrambled,covered,smothered, chopped into segments, and sold to the highest bidder.

      Does not wanting that to happen make for hateful ideologies and tactics ? Who is more “under siege”, the irresponsible woman, or the unborn PERSON ?
      If “The law of the land changes”, will you no longer be “Pro-Choice” ?

      Everyone is welcome to their own opinions, but for me, not wanting to have an unborn PERSON thrown into a dumpster does not feel “hateful”.

      Peace.

    • Hardnox says:

      Comcast, maybe your lense needs cleaning. Terry took a dig at Planned parenthood and their hypocrisy of motherhood on Mother’s day. It is well recorded that PP has not much to do with women;s health but it more concerned (as a business model) with terminating pregnancies. Coincidentally, most of their offices are located (conveniently) near ghettos. Eugenics anyone? Just sayin’.

      So by your statement you are ok with abortion since it is legal but I’m guessing you would be against it if it were not. That said, you would be for slavery (codified in US law) until it was outlawed in the 13th Amendment of the Constitution. Would that be a proper assumption?

      Speaking for most of us here, our opposition isn’t about the legality of abortion it’s about the morality of it. It’s freaking murder by any standard. I thought we were clear about that from before.

      Once again, Terry took a swipe at the hypocrisy of Cecile Richards, and a high five to Woods for pointing it out…. and we all (except you) agreed.

  6. comcast536 says:

    Terry & Hardnox – Just because you see Woods swipe at Cecile Richards, as something of humor doesn’t resound with everyone. Neither of you know in what respect that picture was taken nor where Mr Woods got it. But you agree that his depiction of her at the hearing was factual. Why you wish to make her out as the mother of Abortion, then I guess that I’m the father. Because we believe that females have rights we are the morons. And Terry your comment about the vessel having choices, is like saying male should keep their penises in their pants. Why do you set yourself up as judge and jury, as to females acting irresponsible. I believe that I’ll always be Pro-Choice, because that is what it means, not Pro-Life which apparently means anti-abortions to you. Kind of like which came first, “the chicken or the egg”. Without the chicken there’d be no eggs. As far as the Law of land, that will not change because it’s not based on morality alone. I have never said that I was okay with abortion and if its done after the period (clearly defined as law) then its murder. Since you bring up slavery, yes that was a sad period in our history and cause a civil war. It was until 1960’s that right became law of the land. And unless you’re a “Black Lives Matter” advocate, I say get over it and move on. Hardnox we are never going to be clear on this subject. I thought by watching “Trapped” on Netflixs would have educated you a little about the problem. But I see you came away as dumb as ever. Yes the film was done mostly in the South and a majority of the women and girls were black. What it was trying to show was how people like you and the state politicians were making it hard to find a clinic for abortions. Like one or two in a state and some states, none. So I’ll repeat “I believe you don’t have what it takes to pass judgement on women and girls because you’re not equip to go thru what they must.” In your mind set everything Is black with no grey areas. There must be somethin in your past about a woman or girl that has left you warped.
    As you both say, everyone is welcome to their own opinions. Where did this throwning an unborn PERSON into a dumpster come from? Oh yes from Mr Woods, I thought they were being scrambled, covered, smothered, chopped into segments, and sold to the highest bidder.

    • Terry says:

      Comcast…Wood’s swipe wasn’t meant to be “humorous”, it was to call attention to the hypocrisy of PP praising the virtues of Mother’s Day.
      And as far as ” “I believe you don’t have what it takes to pass judgement on women and girls because you’re not equip to go thru what they must.” I contend that neither you, nor PP, nor SCOTUS, nor even “the vessel” are equipped to pass a murder sentence on an “unborn PERSON , unless you are God.
      And wanna see where this “throwing of an unborn PERSON into a dumpster comes from”? Try this :

      https://youtu.be/SKu3y9_4Wqw

      And there’s plenty more of these awaiting your perusal.

      By golly, they ARE LITTLE PEOPLE, and they HAVE been scrambled,chopped into segments, and covered …with trash bags. As I said previously, if the “vessel” is careless enough to have an unwanted pregnancy, sharing 9 months of her life and placing the baby for adoption, doesn’t seem such a high price to spare an innocent being this horrendous treatment.

      And surely you have seen the videos and read the news about selling their parts to the highest bidder ? If not, try to catch up. There’s gazillions of articles and videos surrounding it. Here’s a short sampler :

      https://youtu.be/SKu3y9_4Wqw

      If you still think it’s OK to treat another human this way, then I believe it must be YOU who has something in their past about a baby that has left YOU warped.

  7. Hardnox says:

    Comcast, you need to get out more. Seriously.

  8. comcast536 says:

    Hardnox & Terry – My original comment was for Uriel which I at noticed, she did not respond. All the other comments I included, I now realize was a big mistake. I respect her because she puts forth facts in her narratives. She took the time to publish a three part scenario on Brutally Honest Look – Pregnancy & Abortion Right Issues”, which went right over your heads. Since no one questioned what I thought was thorough and insightful by her, and yet I get lambasted. As far as your last two comments go; Hardnox in my profile it is stated retired and yes I spend to much time on my computer and I don’t subscribed to that rage, youtube. And since Terry wants me to use protection, that problem no longer exist. My wife and I have been married fifty-three years and when we were still able, I had a vasectomy after our third child. That has gotten me nine granddaughters and one grandson. So you might, no you won’t, understand my defense of a woman’s right.

    ROE v. WADE (Revisiting the fundamentals) PIP: “The Roe vs. Wade ruling of the US Supreme Court recognized that the women could participate freely and equally in society if they have the right to make autonomous decisions about pregnancy. Roe also impelled governmental neutrality in the abortion decisions until the point of fetal viability (and as that rule stands right now), conception is not viable. Since the 1973 decision, an entire generation of young women has grown up taking abortion rights for granted. During this period however, abortion laws have become more restrictive because the anti-abortion lobby began to target vulnerable young and low-income women. In 1980, the Supreme Court upheld laws restricting Medicaid funding, allowing states to favor childbirth over abortion, and allowing states to mandate parental involvement in the abortion decision of a minor. By 1992, with the addition of two new anti-abortion judges, the court used the decision in PP of SE Pennsylvania vs. Casey to strip Roe of its requirement of governmental neutrality. By allowing Pennsylvania to force women seeking abortion to listen to a state-scripted anti-abortion lecture and face a 24-hour delay, the court sent the message that states have the right to try to dissuade women from abortion. In addition, legislation to ban “partial birth abortions” have been based on the blatant untruth that healthy women are aborting healthy fetuses late in pregnancy. Many of these bans have been successfully challenged in court, but the legal cost includes new This dangerous shift imperils women’s health, limits their choices, and elevates the status of nonviable fetuses. The pro-choice movement should redirect priorities back to the values underlying the historic Roe decision by emphasizing that women are capable of making moral decisions about their pregnancies and have the right to full constitutional protection to do so.”

    ANTI-ABORTION MOVEMENT PIP: “At the same time that American women celebrate the freedoms won thus far for so many Americans. American women must realize they face some of the greatest threats to liberty in recent memory. To understand this movement against American women, it is necessary to first understand the roots of the historic movement for women’s rights. Reproductive freedom for many years topped the agenda of the modern women’s movement. At a time and in a land where rights were being enriched and liberty prized, choice took a prominent role, specifically, the right to abortion but also generally to reproductive freedom and the many underlying issues involved. This is why the various efforts to criminalize abortion effect every citizen, because they pose a serious threat to the constitutional rights of each individual. This is the intellectual view, or the “head” argument. The Constitution states that: “Congress shall make no laws respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; the enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people; and no state shall make or enforce any laws which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the US.” Each of these clauses expresses the philosophy on which the Constitution was founded — individual liberty. While there has been some legitimate disagreement over what constitutes an inalienable right, the concept is clear; the government should not become involved in personal philosophical or religious matters, except to permit the freedom of personal philosophical or religious expression. The anti-abortion contignent makes its case by claiming that a fertilized egg is a cona fide person and should, therefore, be guaranteed the Constitution’s full roster of protections. In its landmark Roe v. Wade opinion, the Supreme Court held what pro-choice activities have been claiming for years. Since there is no empirical test by which measure personhood, the government should not define it. The right to an abortion is secured in the same Constitution that secures the right to speak out and to pray to whomever one wants. Moral values are not the issue but the value of individual freedom is. It is necessary at this time to reintroduce the women into the public dialogue. She seems to be forgotten in this most recent wave of concern over fetal rights. The task is to present a “heart” argument, that is, to remember the woman. The opponents of abortion want to spread the belief that women who have abortions are all the same — selfish and cold hearted people who choose abortion simply as a matter of convenience. This is not the case, and it is necessary to remind people of the woman’s point of view.

    UNDERCOVER VIDEOS BY ANTI-ABORTION ACTIVISTS – in 2015 an anti-abortion organization named the Center for Medical Progress (CMP) released several videos that had been secretly recorded. Members of the CMP posed as representatives of a biotechnology company in order to gain access to both meetings with abortion providers and abortion facilities. The videos showed how abortion providers made fetal tissue available to researchers, although no problems were found with the legality of the process. All of the videos were found to be altered, according to analysis by Fusion GPS and its co-founder Glenn R Simpson, a former investigative reporter for The Wall Street Journal. The CMP disputed this finding, attributed the alterations to the editing out of “bathroom breaks and waiting periods”. CMP continues to allege that the videos, provide evidence that abortion providers profit from the sale of donated tissue. The videos attracted widespread media coverage, and after the release of the first video, conservative Congressional lawmakers singled out PP and began to push ills that would strip the organization of federal family planning funding. No such attempts by Congress to cut federal family planning money from PP have become law. Conservative politicians in several states have also used this as an opportunity to cut or attempt to cut family planning funding at the state level. Officials in 12 states initiated investigations into claims made by these videos, but one found PP clinics to have sold tissue for profit as alleged by CMP and other anti-abortion groups. An investigation by the US House of Representatives Oversight & Government Reform Committee found no evidence of wrongdoing by PP. A select committee, the US House Committee on Energy & Commerce Select Investigative Panel on PP, was formed to further investigate PP. The Republican-controlled Select Investigative Panel released its final report on December 30, 2016, recommending that PP be de-funded. The report was heavily criticized as partisan and inaccurate by Democratic members of the committee, PP and some news media. On January 25, 2016, a Texas grand jury indicted CMP founder David Daleiden and member Sandra Merritt while finding no wrong by PP. The charges against Daleiden and Merritt in Texas were dismissed six months later.

    Uriel – If you want to let these two males bullies (obvious Anti-abortion) trample your Constitutional rights, so be it. This isn’t first time I’ve taken blows for the fair sex. Don\t give in, as my parents would say – pick your battles but weigh carefully every word you voice or write. Make sure that you can back them with truth, not lies. I tried to do so in this battle, with the truth, but they won’t or can’t accept the truth, because their agenda calls for lies. In parting, try to remember in the words of Toby Keith’s song – “Love Me if You can” – You can love me or hate me, but you’ll always know where I stand.

    • Hardnox says:

      Comcast, your comments did not go over our heads. We understand that you are vehemently pro-abortion. Got it.

      We will simply need to politely agree to disagree on this subject.

      Just about all of us here, both authors and commenters, believe that abortion is infanticide.

      You cite law and legal decisions yet you do not make ONE moral argument. I thought we agreed that abortion after 12 weeks was MURDER?

    • Terry says:

      yawn
      You can cut and paste all the talking points you want, comcast. Neither Hardnox nor I disputed the legality of murdering babies. It’s about the morality of doing so. How are we “bullies” and where did we lie ?
      Do you also agree (morally) with the legality of ‘Same-Sex Marriage’ ? Sodomy ? How about ObamaCare ? SCOTUS approved these and a slew of other despicable things. Are you OK with all of them, or do you cherry-pick your indignation to suit your self-deemed role of White Knight of woman’s issues ?

      Uriel’s series was excellent, and maybe you should re-read it. It doesn’t really support your views the way you seem to think it does.

      And since you “don’t subscribe to YouTube” (no subscription is necessary. Just click ‘PLAY’) I assume you didn’t watch the videos I supplied. OR, if you did watch them, and you can still support murdering these helpless PERSONS, I guess I do “know where you stand”.

      It appears you will be passing on at least one trait to your nine granddaughters….the inability to take responsibility for their actions.

      Let me leave you with words to a great Billy Joel song :
      “Only The Good Die Young”.

    • Uriel says:

      @Comcast – I just started reading and am catching up — we are All saying basically in different routes about the same thing — your words “I have never said that I was okay with abortion and if its done after the period (clearly defined as law) then its murder”. I also believe the same and as I clearly defined in the second part “Personal Responsiblity” is the key period. There are many ways given to prevent (some handed out if asked like universities where prescriptions are nominal for birth control) Schools also teach forms of sex education that provide information and counseling on campuses. I also stated plainly from the beginning that I am Pro-life but wanted to write as unbiased a piece as possible. There are also morning after pills that can be taken.

      The rights of a raped woman definitely take first priority or one at health risk BUT they have 12 weeks to remove the problem NOT 9 months without problems.

      The rights of any woman actually extend the same length of time but THAT is personal responsibility and their choice.

      As far as I am concerned ANY woman who waits 12 weeks before aborting is committing MURDER and that does deserve legal interference. If they do it more than once in their life time then I strongly suggest they take steps for stopping the problem. I did — not because I was irresponsible but because I TOOK responsibility for my future.

      The picture was ironic – as noted in part 3 the ORGANIZATION we know as Planned Parenthood which is funded through grants and Medicare/Medicaid is NOT the only planned family center offering help to women. It HAS been proven that PPH does not provide few if any services for women that are supposed to help them like mammograms or birth control. PPH is almost strictly so far as has been presented and in that woman’s own words before Congress a “For Profit” Abortion mostly facility including paying a bonus to workers that push abortion and ignore other avenues as I noted in Part 3. So for her to offer “Happy Mothers Day” is a slap in the face for really helpful planned parenthood women’s centers that DO provide choices.

  9. comcast536 says:

    Hardnox – I said that I wasn’t going to respond to anymore comments on the Topic, but since use took the time, I will also. As usual you only looking at one side of a two-sided coin. You have your side and I have my side. I am not advocating abortion, I am advocating the right of a female citizen. Just like you think this is a morality issue. I BELIEVE ABORTION AFTER THE PERIOD OF TIME SPECIFIED BY THE SUPREME COURT, IS MURDER, that is the law. Morality thank goodness, is not the law or we would not have the many freedoms we enjoy today. I BELIEVE THAT A FEMALE (in this country) HAS THE RIGHT TO CHOOSE how she uses her body, up to the time (the law specifics) after that all rights off. So you see we are arguing two different things. So let it go.

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