DONALD TRUMP VS CLINTON ON ABORTION: HILLARY IS DISGUSTING

Posted: October 20, 2016 in CROOKED HILLARY, FRONT PAGE, TRUMP
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During a late term abortion, the baby (who at this point would survive outside the womb,) is forced to come out as a breech birth. Why? Because once that baby breathes air it’s a Constitutionally protected human being.

In the breech position, the baby’s skull is crushed; its brains are sucked out with a vacuum cleaner. The carcass is then delivered.

A partial-birth abortion is actually, statistically more dangerous than a normal birth, period. Any claim that this horrible procedure is ever done to protect a mother’s physical health is a lie. The only reason this procedure is done: the infant is not wanted; murder as a form of birth control.

Hillary’s position on abortion is extreme; such a NASTY woman.

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The battle lines are drawn, which side are you on?
PS: Hillary Clinton actually said,
“The UNBORN PERSON does not have Constitutional rights.”

Donald Trump, “I think it’s terrible if you go with what Hillary is saying. In the ninth month, you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb of the mother just prior to the birth of the baby.

Now you can say that that’s OK and Hillary can say that that’s OK, but it’s not okay with me.

Because based on what she’s saying and where she’s going and where she’s been, you can take the baby and rip the baby out of the womb in the ninth month, on the final day, and that’s not acceptable.”


http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/donald-trump-op-ed-my-vision-for-a-culture-of-life/article/2581271

DONALD J. TRUMP • 1/23/16 10:13 AM

THE CULTURE OF LIFE OP-ED

Let me be clear — I am pro-life. I support that position with exceptions allowed for rape, incest or the life of the mother being at risk. I did not always hold this position, but I had a significant personal experience that brought the precious gift of life into perspective for me. My story is well documented, so I will not retell it here. However, what I will do with the remaining space is express my feelings about life, and the culture of life, as we just marked the 43rd anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

I build things. There is a process involved in building things. We tap into a lot of disciplines with engineering being one of the most important. The rules for putting structures together are as strict as are the rules of physics. These rules have stood the test of time and have become the path to putting together structures that endure and are beautiful. America, when it is at its best, follows a set of rules that have worked since our Founding. One of those rules is that we, as Americans, revere life and have done so since our Founders made it the first, and most important, of our “unalienable” rights.

Over time, our culture of life in this country has started sliding toward a culture of death. Perhaps the most significant piece of evidence to support this assertion is that since Roe v. Wade was decided by the Supreme Count 43 years ago, over 50 million Americans never had the chance to enjoy the opportunities offered by this country. They never had the chance to become doctors, musicians, farmers, teachers, husbands, fathers, sons or daughters. They never had the chance to enrich the culture of this nation or to bring their skills, lives, loves or passions into the fabric of this country. They are missing, and they are missed.

The Supreme Court in 1973 based its decision on imagining rights and liberties in the Constitution that are nowhere to be found. Even if we take the court at its word, that abortion is a matter of privacy, we should then extend the argument to the logical conclusion that private funds, then, should subsidize this choice rather than the half billion dollars given to abortion providers every year by Congress. Public funding of abortion providers is an insult to people of conscience at the least and an affront to good governance at best.

If using taxpayer money to facilitate our slide to a culture of death were not enough, the 1973 decision became a landmark decision demonstrating the utter contempt the court had for federalism and the 10th Amendment. Roe v. Wade gave the court an excuse to dismantle the decisions of state legislatures and the votes of the people. This is a pattern that the court has repeated over and over again since that decision. Roe v. Wade became yet another incidence of disconnect between the people and their government.

We are in the middle of a presidential political cycle and votes will be cast in just days. The citizens of this nation will have the chance to vote for candidates who are aligned with their individual worldviews. It is my hope that they will choose the builder, the man who has the ability to imagine the greatness of this nation. The next president must follow those principles that work best and that reinforce the reverence Americans hold for life. A culture of life is too important to let slip away for convenience or political correctness. It is by preserving our culture of life that we will Make America Great Again.


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Why did Donald Trump evolve?
IT’S DEEPLY PERSONAL.

(The friend he’s discussing is himself.)

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