Democrats, DNC or DCCC have some election ads calling Republicans and conservatives extremists and radicals for being anti-Planned Parenthood.
Imagine, in 2014 it is considered “radical” and extremist for a candidate to oppose an institutional baby-killing agenda. So being pro-life is now radical.
Here is just one of many ads from Dems and the DNC with a common message .
“I am proud to be a radical.” — [speech to Sons of Liberty in 2010 ]
Tea Party millionaire Nan Hayworth. She calls herself a radical.
But what does that mean for you?
Hayworth opposed a woman’s right to choose.
And voted to eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood.
And on Social Security, Hayworth wants to risk seniors’ benefits on Wall Street.
So now, when Nan Hayworth says:
“I am proud to be a radical.”
We know exactly what she means.
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We know exactly what Dems mean. It leaves little doubts. A war on babies has been transformed into some Republican “war on women”.
In another ad, a Democat is praised as an “advocate” for Planned Parenthood. Yet the same candidate claims to stand against special interests — “reducing the influence of special interests”.
Being considered radical or extreme for pro-life positions is how far, or low, we’ve come.
War on humanity anyone? What if the 50 million plus cast their votes?
What’s your definition of radical?
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