1.George Carlin Nails The Republicans On Their Abortion Hypocrisy (They Kill Way More People Than They Save)
2. GOP's War On the Constitution: Religious Liberty (Christians Allowed To Discriminate As They Wish Like A Theocracy) VS Constitutional Freedom (Everyone Is Equal Under The Law)
3. GOP: The Anti-Science Party (Or A Look At The Intellectual Foundations Of America's Nazi Party)
One of the more crazier things the anti-science party has come up with is opposing preventive contraception as "abortion inducing drugs". Even medically an unfertilized egg is not in any sense a precursor to a baby. What the right wing is essentially saying here is that once sperm enters the vagina it has become sacred and it can't be stopped by any artificial means from reaching the womb. Lets use Trump's non-contraceptive sexcapade with Porn Star Stormy Daniels as an example; If Trump pulls out and ejaculates on the Stormy then that is OK, but once Trump's ejaculation enter's Stormy Daniels vagina its up to God (i.e. it would be unholy to prevent it by artificial means!). You can't make this shit up...
TIP/WAG: PHEROMONE PARTIES & ARIZONA'S "PRE-LIFE" LAWS 4/23/2012 Pheromone parties encourage premarital smelling, and Arizona lawmakers declare that pregnancy begins two weeks before conception.
The law he is talking about is this one;
News Report - Extract: "Arizona lawmakers have drawn up strict new abortion laws... that decree pregnancy begins two weeks before conception. Final legislative approval was given to a bill that would ban most abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, handing Republicans their latest win in ongoing national efforts to impose greater restrictions on abortion. But the bill defines a foetus' gestational age 'as calculated from the first day of the last [mother's] menstrual period'. This would mean, given that a woman does not produce eggs until a fortnight after her period, a baby can be terminated two weeks before it was conceived.
Not having sex is important to Christian and Christianity, most likely an inheritance from Homosexual Church leaders (as pointed out by Joseph Campbell in Occidental Mythology page 157, "...common to all Occidental spirituality - and particularly stressed by our numerous bachelor and homosexual teachers - that spirituality and sexuality are opposed.), who believe women to be "unclean" and sex to be bad. For whatever reason it started, now even non-homosexual people (of the religious Christian sort) see sex as "unclean" and promote abstinence (a religious policy) as something the State should impose on the people (as per the GOP's tradition of religious war on the the Constitution)
Mother Jones: The Republican War on Contraception - Not satisfied with restricting abortion rights, the GOP is now coming after your birth control.- FEBRUARY 9, 2012
Last year was not a great one for abortion rights. First, congressional Republicans attempted to deny statutory rape victims access to Medicaid-funded abortions (twice). Then GOP-dominated state legislatures pushed record numbers of laws limiting abortion rights, including proposals that could have treated killing abortion providers as “justifiable homicide.”
Yet in the past six months, social conservatives have widened their offensive, and their new target is clear: Not satisfied with making it harder to obtain legal abortions, they want to limit access to birth control, too.
“Contraception is under attack in a way it really wasn’t in the past few years,” says Judy Waxman, the vice president for health and reproductive rights at the National Women’s Law Center. “In 2004, we could not find any group—the National Right to Life Committee, the Bush campaign, anyone—that would go on the record to say they’re opposed to birth control,” adds Elizabeth Shipp, the political director for NARAL Pro-Choice America. “We couldn’t find them in 2006 either, and in 2008 it was just fringe groups. In 2010, 2011, and this year, it’s just exploded.”
The first sign of the new assault came last October, when Mississippi activists and congressional Republicans pushed legislation on the state and federal level, respectively, that would have treated zygotes—a.k.a. fertilized human eggs—as legal “persons.” If the definition of legal personhood is changed so that it begins when sperm meets an egg, hormonal birth control or barrier devices that prevent zygotes from implanting in the uterine wall could become illegal, making using an IUD tantamount to murder. Yet some 40 percent of House Republicans and a quarter of their allies in the Senateback bills that would do just that.
That’s not all. Earlier this year, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), a rising conservative star who’s considered a possible pick for the 2012 GOP vice-presidential nomination, introduced a bill that could cut off birth control access for millions of women by allowing even non-religious employers to refuse birth control coverage as long as they cite a religious reason. In other words, if your boss doesn’t want to cover birth control in the company health plan because he says it would offend his religious beliefs, he wouldn’t have to—even if his Cialis was still covered. Rubio’s bill could also allow states to refuse to provide birth control through Medicaid, which provides family planning services to millions of poor women.
Psychology Today: Why Does the Religious Right Hate Your Birth Control? Hatred of sin? Political calculation?
This is one of the more unnecessarily evil things the Trump Administration is doing (though, to be fair, Trump didn't use any sort of protection when having sex with Porn Start Stormy Daniels after realizing she reminded him of his daughter Ivanka. So it does seem to be a policy Trump follows personally!). It doesn't even fit conservative beliefs (just medieval Church beliefs) so why create fake science to push this sort of policy is baffling to say the very least. But pushing junk science to oppress/fear-monger people is a Republican tradition.
The Trump administration’s case against birth control is a stunning distortion of science
Yes, birth control does decrease the number of unplanned pregnancies
Newsweek: TRUMP’S RELENTLESS WAR AGAINST BIRTH CONTROL
Now while Brett Kavanaugh didn't actually say he opposed birth control, he did express sympathy for a psychotic position (that preventing the sperm from atatching to an egg once it had entered the vagina is "abortion inducing"). If I got this right, this is a very troubling sign;
CNN: Kavanaugh 'abortion-inducing drug' comment draws scrutiny
Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican, on Thursday asked Kavanaugh about the case, that came before him at the DC Circuit.
Another psychotic position;
After Akin, GOP Makes Extreme Abortion Policy Official
In what will probably strike many people as a monumentally tone-deaf move, the GOP plans to include a plank in its 2012 platform calling for an amendment that would outlaw abortions under any circumstance. CNN reported on the draft language it obtained on Monday night, and the platform committee approved it on Tuesday:
"Faithful to the 'self-evident' truths enshrined in the Declaration of Independence, we assert the sanctity of human life and affirm that the unborn child has a fundamental individual right to life which cannot be infringed," the draft platform declares. "We support a human life amendment to the Constitution and endorse legislation to make clear that the Fourteenth Amendment's protections apply to unborn children."