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Friday, April 29, 2005


Attacking Non-UH liberalism 'Liberals want to harm teens' (Dems oppose Teen Endangerment Act that House passed on 4/27)

Using the old true line of "if it's bad for America, then liberals are for it," we have news from the American Communist League Union also known as the ACLU.

An ACLU press release dated 4/27 that denounces the House measure that approved the Teen Endangerment Act.

In an age where liberal parents gets pissed if their children come home with a piercing they did not approve of, the House on Wednesday "passed by a vote of 270 to 157" in favor of the "Teen Endangerment Act."

The ACLU doesn't care about liberal parents or any parents for that matter, because they support "a teenager's ability to obtain an abortion outside of her home state with or without her parents' knowledge" which is just a bit more invasive than getting an ear, brow, or navel pierced.

The ACLU calls the Teen Endangerment Act, "a dangerous measure" and they fear that this measure will result in less abortions for minorities, thus in the future minorities will take power from white liberals, who currently hold minority democrats in intellectual slavery.

Laura W. Murphy, Director of the ACLU Washington Legislative Office said that the Teen Endangerment Act would "force teens from troubled families into dangerous situations" and finally force teens to accept responsibility for their actions.

"The 'Teen Endangerment Act' (H.R. 748), called the 'Child Interstate Abortion Notification Act' by its sponsors, would make it a federal crime to provide an abortion to a teenager outside of her home state unless the doctor has notified a parent at least 24 hours in advance." GOOD. As long as it's pissing off liberals I'm for it.

H.R. 748 "contains no exception for when an abortion may be necessary to protect a teen's health," which has been used for so long by liberals to force abortions, even partial birth abortions; where if a pregnant mother on the last day of her pregnancy has a cold gives her the right to abort her fetus.

It "requires a 24-hour waiting period and written notification even if a parent accompanies his or her daughter to an out-of-state abortion provider." When we insist on a "5-day waiting period to purchase a handgun", an object that takes live if used in a certain way. The 5-day waiting period is a mandatory "cooling off" period, and is done to get a person to think about their actions.

So why not have a waiting and "cooling
off" period for requesting an abortiion, in a procedure that actually takes life and destroys it."

If you give a young teen a chance to think with a waiting period, that teen will more than likely "choose life," which leaves Planned Parenthood and the ACLU out on a limb.

The Senate version (S. 8/3. 396/S.403), "would also make it a crime for a person other than a parent -- including a grandmother, aunt, or adult sibling -- to help a teen cross certain state lines for an abortion." Which brings tons of responsibility to the teen and their parents. Again. GOOD!

One thing I've been wondering about. Why is the ACLU and the libs so concerned about physical, emotional, and sexual abuse towards a pregnant teen from parents? To me its a ploy to trick the public into supporting a teen for abortion, because in this day an age, where if you so much as lift a hand towards your child CPS will be on your case and take your child out of the household.

It's fear. They are and have been imposing fear into tricking millions of teens and minorities into abortions that most probably regret that they had.

The ACLU and libs want the "my body, my choice" only at the time of abortion. They are not talking "my body, my choice" in preventing pregnancy, whether by condoms or abstinence.

The ACLU lies again when they say that "the act serves no purpose other than to create a confusing maze of requirements throughout the country, criminalizing doctors and caring relatives." Murphy said. "It dangerously and unfairly imposes extra hurdles on some teens and leaves others with no safe options." Which is bunk when you really break it down and think about it.

"Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" is one of the most famous phrases in the United States Declaration of Independence, but it doesn't mean crap to the ACLU nor the libs.

Screw the libs!

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