I love the term oxymoron, which means, “a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction.” Of course, I have always asserted that the root meaning of “oxymoron” is in the singular word, “moron.” Therefore, leave it to the progressive socialist morons of the Democrat party to come up with something that is totally and completely contradictory, and disturbing — especially at this time of the year.
As reported by Life News:
“Pro-abortion Democrats introduced a bill in the U.S. House this [past] week that would force the government to declare the killing of unborn babies a “human right.”
The pro-abortion bill, the Reproductive Rights are Human Rights Act, would require the U.S. State Department to include abortion on demand and other reproductive rights in its annual human rights report. It is a reaction to the Trump administration, which, earlier this year, prioritized real human rights issues by removing references to the so-called “right” to abort an unborn child from the report.
“Documenting and reporting human rights violations is a major part of eradicating their existence,” said pro-abortion Rep. Katherine Clark, of Massachusetts, a sponsor of the bill. “This bill would ensure that our State Department maintains its vital role as an international watchdog and protector of women’s rights no matter the ideology of our White House.”
Other sponsors include U.S. Reps. Nita Lowey, of New York, Eliot Engel, of New York, Barbara Lee, of California, and Lois Frankel, of Florida. They claimed the Trump administration’s decision was “dramatic and dangerous,” and one abortion activist claimed removing abortion from the report put “real lives in danger.”
The report represents a significant change from pro-abortion President Barack Obama’s administration, which promoted the killing of unborn babies for any reason up to birth as a woman’s “right.”
In contrast, the Trump administration has been focusing on policies that protect both women and their unborn children.
Under the pro-abortion Obama administration, one section of the report was called “Reproductive Rights.” The Trump administration removed that section and added a new one called “Coercion in Population Control.”
But abortion activists — who ignore forced/coerced abortions that truly violate a woman’s “right to choose” — want abortion on demand to be the core of women’s rights issues. “Women’s rights are human rights,” said Rep. Frankel in a statement about the bill.
“There is no greater right for women than to be in charge of their own bodies.” Planned Parenthood, the Center for Reproductive Rights, NARAL and 42 other organizations endorsed the pro-abortion legislation. Many of them also promoted it Monday on social media in connection with Human Rights Day.”
Leave it to these progressive socialist morons to introduce a bill about killing unborn babies in the same month where we celebrate the birth of a child, Jesus. I would like someone to explain to me the difference between Herod’s decree to kill all recently born baby boys, and late-term abortion procedures. Both are infanticide.
However, what I find most oxymoronic — contradictory — is this claim that “reproductive rights” are “human rights.” So, as usual, the leftists are granting rights based upon their ideological agenda, and worship of the idol god Moloch. To assert that it is a right to decide to take the life of another seems rather an absurd stretch, especially from the political party that is so concerned about animal rights.
To me, reproductive rights are the rights we have to procreate, which we freely do have . . . Well, so far. We are not restricted as to whom we can choose to have sexual relations with, nor how many reproductions we can have, meaning children. What the left, the masters of the lexicon, have been able to introduce is a concept that a woman killing an unborn child, on demand, is a right. And now, the left seeks to have that declared as a human right and have it reported.
We all know that big poppa George Soros spent millions of dollars to undermine Ireland’s constitutional right to life for the unborn.
Okay, let us come and reason with one another: I believe that any woman who is a victim of rape, incest, or faces a viable, certified, threat to her life from pregnancy has a right to choose. That is not what we are talking about here.
What we are discussing is a belief that it is a right to kill an unborn baby, even up to birth, as a means of birth control, and on demand. Folks, I cannot support that premise — and neither should you — because it is murder. These morons of whom I speak want laws reversed that charge a double homicide if a pregnant woman is murdered. If you did not know, Nidal Hasan murdered a pregnant soldier during his rampage.
I would really like someone to explain to me how it can be a right to kill a human, with a heartbeat. Yes, human babies after 18-20 days have a functioning heartbeat. You mean to tell me that under some absurd Supreme Court decision about privacy, a human can kill another human . . . and that is a right?
Y’all remember that vignette from the movie “Talladega Nights” when Ricky Bobby is giving the blessing over dinner to sweet little Baby Jesus? Good thing Jesus was born into the world over 2,000 years ago, because these morons would have convinced Mary that she had a right to kill her baby . . . for no reason.
These delusional people fail to realize that Jesus, a little baby, is the real reason behind Christmas . . . God’s gift to a world in need of salvation.
During his 22 year career in the United States Army, Lieutenant Colonel West served in several combat zones and received many honors including a Bronze Star, three Meritorious Service Medals, three Army Commendation Medals, one with Valor device, and a Valorous Unit Award.
In November of 2010, Allen was elected to the United States Congress, representing Florida’s 22nd District.
West is a commissioned officer in the Texas State Guard. He’s Fox News Contributor, former Director of the Booker T. Washington Initiative at the Texas Public Policy Foundation, Senior Fellow at the Media Research Center, contributing columnist for Townhall.com, and author of Guardian of the Republic: An American Ronin’s Journey to Family, Faith and Freedom, and, Hold Texas, Hold the Nation: Victory or Death, and the forthcoming We Can Overcome.