A federal judge on Friday blocked a new Arkansas law that would ban most abortions after 12 weeks of pregnancy, one of the most “restrictive” abortion statutes in the nation. As the Center for Reproductive Rights, NARAL, and Planned Parenthood were all desperately trying to appear mainstream as the horrific facts of our abortion culture came out during the Kermit Gosnell trial, their real agenda was moving full steam ahead.
Actions speak louder than words, and not surprisingly, the actions of the groups were to dodge interviews, send out written statements to the press, and condemn Kermit Gosnell, yet their activities to promote his practice have never wavered.
US District Judge, Susan Webber Wright, granted an injunction sought by abortion practicing groups, saying the ban was “more than likely” unconstitutional and ordering that implementation be delayed until a legal challenge to the law can be tried in court.
The law was supposed to have taken effect in August, however, we all know where this is now headed – the trash.
The Center for Reproductive Rights and the American Civil Liberties Union filed suit against the state medical board in April on behalf of two abortionists Arkansas doctors. Nancy Northup, chief executive of the Center for Reproductive Rights said:
Today’s decision ensures that the women of Arkansas will remain protected from this blatant unconstitutional assault on their health and fundamental reproductive rights. Such an extreme ban on abortion would have immediate and devastating consequences for women in Arkansas, especially those who could not afford to travel out-of-state to access reproductive health care.
Extreme? Do you want to discuss extreme lady? Let us, as Americans, for once stop kidding ourselves and break free of the cage of political correctness. Extreme is killing the defenseless, and she could care less if it is done at 12 weeks, or 7 months in a filthy grimy abortion clinic in a poor community where women and babies die from infection – and worse. This heir to the racist eugenics-practicing founder of Planned Parenthood, cared little about the rights of the women in “Doctor” Kermit Gosnell’s “house of horrors” or anywhere else in the country.
The Arkansas Human Heartbeat Protection Act, if allowed to move forward, would ban most abortions after about 12 weeks of pregnancy, once a fetal heartbeat can be detected by a standard ultrasound – you know – science. It allows exemptions in cases where the pregnancy resulted from rape or incest, if the life of the mother is in danger, or if major fetal problems are detected; all of which, are liberal attack lines. So what on Earth could be the issue with this bill? Do these pathetic excuses for defenders of rights have the nerve to object to the protection of a heartbeat, the people’s will in Arkansas, or anything other than reducing the surplus population?
The Republican-controlled legislature passed the measure in March, which Governor Mike Beebe, a Democrat, quickly vetoed. The legislature, as in the people, overrode the veto because the people of Arkansas are overwhelmingly against killing innocent babies who cannot protect themselves. If the inner-city voters with selective outrage want to continue to vote and support those who fight to kill, then let them, but keep your bloody hands in your own filthy corner of the world.
Abortion opponents said on Friday they were still hopeful the law would ultimately be allowed to go ahead, and that is why the Pro-Life movement is losing the battle. I guess we didn’t learn anything in Roe v. Wade. Jerry Cox, president of the Family Council group, said:
We are disappointed that Judge Susan Webber Wright has stopped the enforcement of this very good pro-life law. However, we are very hopeful that she will issue a ruling that this law is constitutional when this case is fully debated in court.
You stay hopeful, they will stay militant, and babies will stay having scissors thrusted into the back of their necks – pathetic. Eleven states, including Arkansas, already ban abortions for pregnancies of 20 weeks or longer, and that seems to be a problem for Kate Bernyk, a spokesman for The Center for Reproductive Rights. Everyone seems to be so outraged at the case of the day, but people such as Jerry Cox can find no more productive game-plan than hope.
That sounds like Barack Obama’s campaign and subsequent government mantra – another baby killer by the way – but as is the case with Obama, hope is not a strategy.
Until recently, Arkansas’s disputed law was considered the most restrictive in the nation. However, North Dakota, earlier this year passed a law that could ban abortion as early as six weeks of pregnancy, and as well it should. Whether you agree with me or not, that is the prerogative of the people of North Dakota, and Arkansas for that matter. If progressives want to be bad people with the blood of the innocent on their hands, then fine, but they should not be able to force the people of Arkansas to share in their treachery; and I for one, am wholly sick and tired of this country allowing them to force others to be the morally bankrupt people they are.