Thank You Ms. Pelosi

“You spirits that tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here, And fill me from the crown to the toe top-full of direst cruelty.”
~Macbeth, Act 1, Scene V


Am I reading this right? Today in a quote from Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi:

The family-planning services reduce cost,” she said. “The states are in terrible fiscal budget crisis now, and part of it, what we do for children’s health, education, and some of those elements, are to help the states meet their financial needs.”
It sounds an awful lot like the lovely Ms. Pelosi is suggesting that a vital way for states to save money is by ensuring less babies are born (“family planning”…ya right! At least have the audacity to call it what it really is!) But perhaps if President Obama’s brilliant stimulus package did not include money going to swimming pools and the porn industry, we could come up with more humane ways to budget than killing the unborn.

And if I did some how misconstrue the above quote, then here is another cozy one from the speaker:

“If you don’t want an abortion, you don’t believe in it, [then] don’t have one. But don’t tell somebody else what they can do in terms of honoring their responsibilities.”

Honoring their responsibilities?

Thank you Ms. Pelosi. I think that perhaps as Lady Macbeth was, you have been unsexed because as a woman, you are surely as hard as nails and cold to the core of your being. Otherwise, you would not suggest such a wicked means to an end. I can not comprehend it.

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6 Responses to Thank You Ms. Pelosi

  1. Anonymous says:

    Abortion is unfathomable. Was it you who told of the woman who was considering abortion and asked her young children their thoughts. With all their hearts they voted for number three! As would all little ones. And they are the ones supposedly being served through siblings being disposed of! Mom

  2. Grace says:

    Wait a minute…doesn’t she have five children or something like that???? Strange…

  3. Kristen says:

    I think your post is GREAT!I have never been as disheartened as I was when I found out how many friends of mine that are Believers voted for Obama. It just seems like they put his pro-abortion views on the back burner in their attempts for change.I really and truly believe that most people remain pro-choice because they don’t know the reality that is abortion; they have never seen the gruesome photos or videos of the procedures, so they can remain emotionally distant from the truth of the situation (most choose to remain distant from the truth of the situation).I have always been pro-life, but never felt so passionately for the preservation of the sanctity of life until I got pregnant. I can recall early in my pregnancy one friend saying, “So how is the baby – or whatever it is right now?” My firm answer was “It’s a baby.”One concept that I explored about a year ago was how abortion clinics in our country perpetuate racism by being in primarily Black and Hispanic areas. (How about THAT, Barack Obama?) When women in these communities are faced with unexpected pregnancies, how convenient that a local Planned Parenthood (I cringe even at the name) happens to be right there. I think we need to fight that much harder to ensure that Crisis Pregnancy Centers are just as populous as the pro-choice alternatives.Thank you for your post!!

  4. Vanessa says:

    Becoming a mother made me more passionate about the prolife movement. I often feel so helpless, and have to remind myself that prayer is an effective tool in the war against the unborn.I have found an excellent (Canadian)blog that has equipped me with knowledge and information about the state of abortion in Canada and the US. It’s worth checking out http://www.prowomanprolife.org/Blessings,Vanessa

  5. Mella says:

    I couldn’t believe my eyes when I was reading about this yesterday – thank goodness that it seems as though it’s not going to make it through to the stimulus package afterall (thanks to to some Republican’s who are not willing to accept it as part of the package.)I worry for our country, for the direction we’re headed. I know I should take that worry and concern and bring it to prayer, instead of just getting frustrated at our nation’s lack of moral compass – but it’s hard.Thank you for posting this.

  6. Daniel says:

    Two comments:1) “…you have been unsexed because as a woman, you are surely as hard as nails and cold to the core of your being.” First, I’m not entirely sure Nancy Pelosi is actually a woman. I mean look at her…she looks like something you’d find in the Mines of Moria. So your statement there may not hold much validity.2) Second, she talks about honoring responsibilities. Unless I’m misinterpreting, she’s implying that having the choice to kill her baby is a “responsibility” of a woman. Isn’t it a woman’s responsibility to, first of all, NOT GET PREGNANT if she doesn’t want a baby. I mean I know accidents happen, but come on…it’s not like it’s impossible to protect oneself. And if she does get pregnant, it seems that it would be more of a responsibility to care for the result of that instead of suck away your “burdens” with a high powered vacuum tube.

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