Yes, I am Pro-Life Even in Cases of Rape and Incest. Here’s Why.

MattWalshProfilePicYesterday, while hundreds of thousands of passionate pro-lifers took to the streets in Washington, D.C. for the largest annual rally in the history of the world, their supposed representatives in the Republican Party once again betrayed them.

Led by a few limp-wristed, jelly-spined cowards like Rep. Renee Ellmers of North Carolina and Rep. Jackie Walorski of Indiana, the Republican fools, who can’t even manage to pass an immensely popular piece of conservative legislation through a Republican Congress, abandoned an initiative to prohibit abortions after 20 weeks.

Now, this comes as no surprise to even the most casual political observer. The GOP is largely populated by wimps and nitwits, and I say that not as an insult but just as a sort of scientific observation. Wimps, because they are too afraid to defend the unborn in even the mildest of ways, and nitwits because they still think that being “too pro-life” will scare off women voters, even though most women are pro-life, and the pro-life movement, as evidenced by the attendance at the March for Life, is by and large a youth movement.

They let the liberal media convince them that they should moderate themselves on social issues, while Democrats scurry ever further to the left, twice electing a president who attends Planned Parenthood fundraisers, supports infanticide, and imposes birth control mandates. These Republican invertebrates think that abortion is a losing issue because Democrats tell them it’s a losing issue, meanwhile those same Democrats take every opportunity to inject abortion and “reproductive rights” into every debate, knowing they’ll automatically win because the other side is too afraid to argue about it.

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