Posted by: rshalomw | July 13, 2013


It was a great victory for babies in Texas when the Senate voted to end Abortion for babies 22 weeks old and over.  The Pro “Forced” Abortion forces were furious and showed how faithful they are to worshiping their own selves and their fornication habits.  Baby Killers hate to admit they are Baby Killers.  The following article will give you the details:

Texas Senate passes sweeping new abortion restrictions

Published July 13, 2013
The Texas Senate late Friday passed tough new abortion restrictions after weeks of protests, sending them to Gov. Rick Perry to sign into law.
The vote came after weeks of protests and rallies drew thousands to the Capitol and made Texas the focus of the national abortion debate.
Republicans used their majority to pass the bill nearly three weeks after a filibuster by Democratic Sen. Wendy Davis and an outburst by abortion-rights supporters in the Senate gallery disrupted a deadline vote.
Called back for a new special session by Perry, lawmakers took up the bill again as thousands of supporters and opponents held rallies and jammed the Capitol to testify at public hearings.
In a statement released just after the vote, Perry said, “Today the Texas Legislature took its final step in our historic effort to protect life. This legislation builds on the strong and unwavering commitment we have made to defend life and protect women’s health.”
Democrats, though, promised a fight in the courts.
“There will be a lawsuit. I promise you,” Dallas Sen. Royce West said on the Senate floor, raising his right hand as if taking an oath.
The Texas Republican Party, meanwhile, celebrated what they considered a major victory that makes Texas “a nationwide leader in pro-life legislation.”
“As Democrats continue to talk about their dreams of turning Texas blue, passage of HB2 is proof that Texans are conservative and organized and we look forward to working with our amazing Republican leadership in the Texas Legislature as they finish the special session strong,” a party statement said.
The Senate’s debate took place between a packed gallery of demonstrators, with anti-abortion activists wearing blue and abortion-rights supporters wearing orange. Security was tight, and state troopers worked to prevent another attempt to stop the Republican majority from passing a proposal that has put Texas at the center of the nation’s abortion debate.
Four women who tried to chain themselves to a railing in the gallery were arrested. One woman was successful in chaining herself, prompting a 10-minute recess.
When debate resumed, protesters began loudly singing, “Give choice a chance.” The Senate’s leader, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, told officers to remove them.
Outside the chamber, the crowd grew so loud that troopers were being issued orange earplugs. Protesters were shouting, “Shame! Shame! Shame!” as senators gave their closing statements.
The circus-like atmosphere in the Texas Capitol marked the culmination of weeks of protests, the most dramatic of which came June 25 in the final minutes of the last special legislative session, when a Democratic filibuster and subsequent protest prevented the bill from becoming law.
State troopers reported confiscating “significant quantities” of tampons and feminine pads from protesters before they were allowed in, according to Bottles of suspected urine, feces and paint were also confiscated.
The Texas Department of Public Safety said in a statement that they received a tip that protesters might use different items to disrupt the session, the station reported.
House Bill 2 would require doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals, allow abortions only in surgical centers, limit where and when women may take abortion-inducing pills and ban abortions after 20 weeks. Only five out of 42 existing abortion clinics meet the requirements to be a surgical center, and clinic owners say they can’t afford to upgrade or relocate.
Sen. Glen Hegar of Katy, the bill’s Republican author, argued that all abortions, including those induced with medications, should take place in an ambulatory surgical center in case of complications.
Democrats pointed out that childbirth is more dangerous than an abortion and there have been no serious problems with women taking abortion drugs at home. They introduced amendments to add exceptions for cases of rape and incest and to remove some of the more restrictive clauses, but Republicans dismissed all of the proposed changes.
Earlier, Sen. Royce West, a Dallas Democrat, asked why Hegar was pushing restrictions that federal courts in other states had suspended as possibly unconstitutional.
“There will be a lawsuit. I promise you,” West said, raising his right hand as if taking an oath.
The bill mirrors restrictions passed in Mississippi, Ohio, Oklahoma, Alabama, Kansas, Wisconsin and Arizona. In North Carolina, lawmakers are considering a measure that would allow state health officials to apply standards for ambulatory surgical centers to abortion clinics.
Hegar acknowledged working with anti-abortion groups to draft the legislation. A lawsuit originating in Texas would also likely win a sympathetic hearing at the conservative 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sen. John Whitmire, a Houston Democrat, said it was clear the bill was part of national conservative agenda attempting to ban abortion and infringe on women’s rights one state at a time. He pressed Hegar on why the Texas Medical Association, Texas Hospital Association and the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology opposed the bill.
He asked Hegar how he could ignore these experts.
“There are differences in the medical profession,” Hegar insisted, rejecting the criticism. “I don’t believe this legislation will majorly impede the doctor-patient relationship.”
Sen. Bob Deuell, a Greenville Republican and a doctor, defended the bill, saying abortion clinics “had not maintained the proper standard of care.”
Dewhurst was determined to keep the vote on track. The Texas Constitution gives him the authority to jail anyone who breaks the chamber’s rules of decorum, which stipulate that there can be no demonstrations or attempts to disrupt the Senate’s work.
In addition to the jars of suspected urine and feces, officers took, glitter and confetti from people seeking to ender the gallery, according to the Department of Public Safety.
The issue has been simmering for months in Texas.
Democrats successfully blocked the bill in the regular legislative session. Then, during the first special session, the Senate didn’t take up the bill until the final day. That allowed Davis to use a filibuster to delay a vote. When Republicans rushed to try to pass the bill in the session’s final 15 minutes, angry protesters began shouting and screaming from the gallery. Dewhurst could only watch with frustration as a half-dozen state troopers tried to remove more than 450 people.
Democrats see in the protests an opportunity that could help them break a 20-year statewide losing streak. They believe Republicans have overreached in trying to appease their base and alienated suburban women, a constituency that helped President Barack Obama win re-election.
“In the long run, all they have done is built a committed group of people across this state who are outraged about the treatment of women and the lengths to which this Legislature will go to take women’s health care away,” Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards told The Associated Press in an interview Friday.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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WaronChildrenBy Brooke McGowan

Dear American Free Woman,

Any chance you Still call yourself Pro-Choice? Of course you, American free woman, have the right to choose.

You can choose to align yourself with those who, in addition to demanding the ripping of a baby into pieces, eerily chant “Hail Satan,” send their children into rallies brandishing coat hangers, and the crème de la crème, carry on their persons what is considered vile and untouchable refuse.

IN THEIR PURSES!!! Today the Texas capitol police confiscated jars and bags of urine, feces, and used tampons from the pro-abortion crowd at the gallery. Ew. Presumably to be thrown onto the assembly after the vote. Double Ew.

Let me ask you this, American free woman, Do you stand shoulder to shoulder with Patty from Planned Parenthood with a Pocket full of Poop?

Or how about Nancy from NARAL and her nasty used bloodbomb in her hands? Are these people FOR REAL?

Yet, sadly, they are for real and they mean business. Their absurd attempts to be heard are WORKING!!! We HEAR YOU!!

Wanna know what we hear? We hear how distasteful, disgusting and self-degrading it is to now be what you call a pro-choice warrior. Not only that, the once normal American woman, who finds herself in a predicament and faced with the dilemma of what now to do, has to associate herself with this category in order to go through with the abortion.

(Do they teach this stuff at Planned Parenthood? Better yet, does every successful abortion come with a free bag of poop? Or a piss-jar? Piss, the choice of a generation that slaughters and discards the Next Generation).

What would you have without this freedom? Maybe the ability to hold your chin high. You have the right to leave whatever legacy you want to your children. Then again, your children never had a chance to live. Left with snipped spinal cords on the butchery table of ghastly Gosnell gyno-toxologists, your children never had a chance to see just what a mess you’ve made of your freedom.

You seriously can’t make this stuff up. The antics of the left these last few weeks have only helped the position of LIFE, Love and the Pursuit of true happiness – for what real happiness comes with feces in the purse? Or a blood stick in the pocket? Mental health has come to the forefront in the national debate – maybe it ought to start with you.

Brooke McGowan, Pro-CHILD Project Manager, The Black Sphere


brookeBrooke McGowan is assisting Kevin with The Black Sphere, LLC’s National Black Ambassador Program and Pro-CHILD Project Manager. She has been selected for the role of Tea Party Outreach Director.

Brooke is the current Carolinas Director for Center for Bio-Ethical Reform, a national pro-life group that educates others about the atrocity of abortion.

Brooke recently graduated from New Life Theological Seminary with a degree in Urban Ministry and a concentration in Christian Counseling. She is also on the Broadcast Team with the and was honored to give the last televised interview of Andrew Breitbart.

Her work with pro-life ministry extends into the Southeast portion of the United States with some presence in Washington DC during the inauguration week and March For Life 2013. Brooke is married to Sean and they have two daughters. She lives in Charlotte, NC.





Dear President Obama, Thank You for Helping the Pro-Life Movement

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The news has been particularly good of late for the pro-life movement. Governor Perry and the Texas legislature persevered through mob tactics and extremist grandstanding to pass a sensible bill supported by the vast majority of Texans. Planned Parenthood plans to close three clinics in Texas and four in Wisconsin (it’s not much, but it’s a start). Virginia’s busiest abortion clinic has closed, unable to meet new health and safety requirements. In Mississippi, the last abortion clinic in the state is one decent judicial decision away from extinction. Court after court has rejected the administration’s abortion-pill mandate. And that’s hardly the complete round-up of recent pro-life success.

Thank you, President Obama. Your pro-abortion extremism has brought the fight squarely onto ground where the pro-life movement is at its strongest. Your transition from the Clinton administration’s ”safe, legal, and rare” rhetoric to something more like “anytime, anyplace, anywhere” has not only repulsed Americans from coast to coast, it’s also helped shine a bright light on the radicals at Planned Parenthood and NARAL. Go ahead, keep calling Wendy Davis and Sandra Fluke, that just gives the pro-life movement more opportunity to go into state legislatures and talk about their extremism and devotion to the cult of death.

Oh, and the Todd Akin talking point is nearing its shelf-life. That worked for a while, but the longer you oppose protections for women in the post-Gosnell era, the more you isolate yourself with your friends on the fringe. Further, with our debt still spiraling out of control, your party’s recent willingness to shut down the government, if necessary, to preserve funding for Planned Parenthood, is far more offensive than one has-been politician’s expression of a misguided opinion. News flash: Neither the Huffington Post nor the New York Times dominate the news cycle in Texas, Tennessee, or any other red state considering sensible and legal restrictions designed to protect women and their babies.

Few things move public opinion in our direction better than honesty from the pro-abortion crowd. You really do want fewer restrictions on abortion than on ear piercings or tattoos. You really do want to override our faith — and our constitutional heritage of religious liberty — to subsidize your devotion to the large-scale killing of our nation’s most innocent and vulnerable citizens. Just keep talking, Mr. President. The citizens of Manhattan may love it, but out here in the hinterlands, you’re motivating us to save lives.

This article is crossposted at National Review Online.


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