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Lies (Again) About Rick Santorum and Birth Control

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If an old hag offers you an apple, be careful. It could be poison.

I’m so tired of these lies.

And Tarina Keene, executive director of NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia, in a separate statement said “Santorum is as extreme as it gets.”

“He has repeatedly demonstrated a complete disregard for women’s health and rights, from his crusade against birth control to his fight to ban access to abortion for rape victims,” she said. “It comes as no surprise that he would endorse Cuccinelli, who as Attorney General has shown a similar contempt for the rights of Virginian women.”

First of all, anyone who knows anything at all about Constitutional law knows that a rape exception means the unborn is not a “person,” and so, a rape exception means there is no such thing as a right to life in the womb. The Texas rape exception was the basis of the pro-abortion argument in Roe v Wade which legalized abortion throughout the nine months of pregnancy for any “health” reason a woman might give, including “mental stress.” To be for a rape exception is to be for unlimited abortion. This is why politicians who have rape exceptions are showing incompetence on Constitutional law. Further, abortion is the direct and intentional murder of an innocent life in the womb. Killing is not “pro-women’s health.” It’s just killing. Perhaps if there were not so many women who are so insistent that it’s okay to kill children in the womb, our country would value children more and there wouldn’t be gun violence in schools. The so-called “pro-choice” movement is really anti-child because they cannot fathom that women can possibly ever be “equal” to men if they have babies. This anti-child mindset contributes to many of the ills in society. You can pretend that you’re pro-child and pro-”choice” on abortion, but those of us who know a little about biology know you’re being hypocritical.

Secondly, Rick Santorum has never been on any “crusade against birth control.” The U.S. Constitution says nothing about birth control. As such, it is an issue for the states. The Constitution does say something about equal protection under the law, and since states ban murder, the unborn are protected by the Fourteenth Amendment. Sadly, our country has refused to offer that protection. The idea that birth control, or anything else not addressed in the U.S. Constitution, should be a federal case is preposterous. Rick Santorum believes that birth control is an issue for the states to decide, but he is opposed to abortifacients because they kill the child.

To the feminists, the Constitution doesn’t matter. The most important thing to them is that women have barren wombs, the Constitution and “women’s health” be damned. Because of this agenda, they seek to paint Rick Santorum as something he is not. There is no “crusade” against birth control in America. There is, however, constant attack on the Constitution from the Left, which includes the feminists.

 

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