This video from the USA says about itself:
1 April 2016
Even with Donald Trump‘s most vitriolic and dangerous attacks on women, the GOP leadership supports him.
UltraViolet Action in the USA writes about this:
Donald Trump reached shocking new lows this week, even for him.
Possibly more shocking: the number of Republican Party leaders who say they’ll endorse him if he’s the nominee (which is highly likely).
Trump’s racist and sexist rhetoric is defining this election, and every woman voter needs to know what the 2016 GOP is all about. Check out this short video and then please share it with everyone you know.
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There was a great deal of consternation last week when Donald Trump suggested that women who undergo an abortion should be incarcerated. I share that consternation. But I also feel that consternation when Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, and other men (always a man, never a woman) suggest that doctors who perform an abortion should be incarcerated. Because for the women, that would make an abortion much like Russian roulette.
Today, with abortions performed as medical procedures, serious complications of any kind are rare, and death almost unheard-of. That’s because they’re done in clinics, by medical professions, with medical equipment, and with the use of antibiotics.
It wasn’t always that way. Before Roe v. Wade, between 200,000 and 1,200,000 illegal abortions were performed each year – often self-abortions, sometimes with coat hangers. So in 1930 alone, the official cause of death for 2700 American women was illegal abortion, usually from internal bleeding or ensuing infection.
In the year 1900, abortion was a felony in every state. That didn’t stop abortions. But it did make them very dangerous. Those were not “the good old days.” Not by a long shot.
So I cringe when I hear the GOP Presidential candidates going after the doctors. Because if we did that, then not only would we be enslaving pregnant women, but also consigning thousands of them to death.
Aren’t you tired of mealy-mouthed, pious nonsense when other candidates talk about this issue? Let’s elect someone to the U.S. Senate who makes it plain, and tells it like it is >>
A year ago, I cut the ribbon at a new Planned Parenthood clinic in my district, and I stared down angry, vituperative protesters. Why? Because women deserve the right to choose – the right to choose whether or not to be mothers, and the right to sovereignty over their own bodies.
Rep. Alan Grayson
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