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Kaine Stumps With Abortionists

By Greg L | 26 August 2012 | National Politics, Virginia Politics | 15 Comments

Democrat Tim Kaine was in Northern Virginia today on a bus tour run by Planned Parenthoood to demonstrate his solidarity with those who favor sex-selective abortions and abortion on demand at any time, and for any reason.  As part of Obama’s extreme team, Kaine has sold out the principles of his church in favor of political support from those who profit from killing pre-born babies in a reprise of Esau selling his birthright for a bowl of soup.

In the face of the most abortion friendly administration this country has ever seen, the Susan B. Anthony List is on a different bus tour of thirty cities in five states calling attention to the horror that has snuffed out over fifty million lives since the Roe v. Wade decision and calling for government to respect innocent life.  One third of every generation since then hasn’t survived pregnancy, a death toll that vastly exceeds the loss of life we’ve endured from every war in American history.  The “Women Speak Out: Abortion is not Healthcare” tour visited Virginia on Saturday to combat the abortion agenda of Obama and Tim Kaine, featuring the powerful voices of some of Virginia’s pro-life leaders.

Virginians have a choice on November 6th. They can choose death, or they can choose life. George Allen stands for life. Tim Kaine stands for death.

For more information about the “Women Speak Out: Abortion is not Healthcare” tour, visit sbabus.org or follow @sbalist on twitter.

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  1. Reasonable and Rational said on 27 Aug 2012 at 7:39 am:
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    Bravo Tim.!

    “There is a live proposal to push federal personhood legislation in Washington. This is a very dangerous piece of legislation,” said Kaine. “My opponent is in favor of it and we need to make sure that women and men watch to make sure Congress doesn’t pursue such a damaging policy, which could ultimately overturn Roe v. Wade and ban access to some forms of FDA-approved birth control.”

  2. freedom said on 27 Aug 2012 at 9:18 am:
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    Good on you, Greg!! Unfortunately, those who really NEED to see your message aren’t likely to visit BVBL. :(

  3. Skepp said on 27 Aug 2012 at 1:41 pm:
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    How many of the 50 million unborns would YOU have volunteered to adopt?

    Planned Parenthoow is not what you say it is.
    PP does NOT favor sex-selective abortions. Where did you get the info?

    Instead of tearing down PP, why don’t you get on the bandwagon for more sex education and more inexpensive or free birth control? That would make a difference, when it comes to unplanned babies being born.

  4. Anonymous said on 27 Aug 2012 at 4:49 pm:
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    Isnt Kaine Prolife?

  5. Anonymous said on 27 Aug 2012 at 5:40 pm:
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    Lets let you keep the down syndrome baby then. Who are you to force that burden on other people ?

  6. Greg L said on 27 Aug 2012 at 11:02 pm:
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    Funny how Americans have to travel all the way to China to find babies to adopt. It seems there’s hardly a deficit of loving and caring would-be parents who would rather see a child get a loving home rather than be killed because it’s inconvenient. For all this manufactured verbiage about how a child is supposed to live its life, how about we settle the more immediate issue at hand - whether that child is allowed to live at all.

    This past week I’ve met a woman who survived being aborted. I’ve met a former nurse who decided she’d cradle aborted children before they died in the utility closet they were consigned to perish rather than have them left to die alone. I’ve met several women haunted for years by the choice they made to kill their offspring, and people who devote their lives to helping women choose life or recover from the emotional damage of having an abortion.

    I also met planned parenthood workers in Madison Wisconsin who tried to shout down anyone who disagreed with them and vile union thugs who tried to intimidate pro-life women into shutting up. The stark differences between these two groups is utterly jarring.

    And I met a downs syndrome child this week. He’s not perfect, but he’s happy, created in God’s image, and one of the 10% like him who survived Roe v. Wade. My urge was to give him a hug, not to kill him. I can’t imagine anyone wanting to act in any other way.

    I can’t fathom anyone really wanting people to choose death rather than supporting life. It makes no sense to say that innocent human beings deserve to die.

  7. Charles Sutherland said on 28 Aug 2012 at 7:40 am:
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    For a variety of reasons, it is unfortunate that Tim Kaine’s parents did not have pro-abortion views.

  8. Lifer said on 28 Aug 2012 at 8:11 am:
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    Funny how the “pro-choice/Pro Planned Parenthood” crowd seem to overlook that the organization was founded with a single purpose: Control the population of those they deemed undesirable, namely blacks and poor whites. Margaret Sanger was a vocal eugenicist (racist) and part of “the negro project”. http://www.blackgenocide.org/sanger.html

  9. freedom said on 28 Aug 2012 at 10:46 am:
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    Rather than more sex education and cheap or free birth control pills, how about “individual responsibility education,” and parental guidance training on how to keep your legs together and your pants zipped? Your recreation does not justify murder nor does it my responsibility make.

  10. Cynic said on 28 Aug 2012 at 6:58 pm:
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  11. Anonymous said on 28 Aug 2012 at 9:53 pm:
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    Remember, its a bag of cells! No magic man blew life into it, theres no soul , get over it. Lets worry about the little ones who are here in poverty but to your logic Jesus says there will allways be the poor so you accept it. Wackos

  12. Doug Brown said on 28 Aug 2012 at 11:26 pm:
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    “Lets worry about the little ones who are here in poverty …”

    Does that include the little ones left discarded after a botched abortion?


  13. Anonymous said on 29 Aug 2012 at 3:45 pm:
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    Skepp said on 27 Aug 2012 at 1:41 pm:

    Suggest you review the hidden camera videos made at various PP sites. Don’t you remember the breast cancer leader dropped PP because of the hidden camera videos but then didn’t have the ball$ (sic) to stand by it.

  14. Lovettsville Lady said on 7 Sep 2012 at 1:57 pm:
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    Even 30 years ago there were waiting lists to adopt Down Syndrome babies. There is never a problem finding loving homes for infants in America. Americans are generous people and will provide homes for ALL babies who are allowed to be born. How do I know? I’m a social worker who spent 10 years working as a state worker with infants and children and their adoptive homes. There are so many families in the US who are desperate to adopt. Every child born can be placed immediately in a loving home.

  15. zuzu said on 11 Sep 2012 at 1:22 am:
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    I wish I’d considered adoption 30 years ago when I had the abortion. I, and the child, would’ve been infinitely better off. The child, however, has fared better than I have. He/she immediately went home to the Lord. I, on the other hand, have suffered every day since, for what I did, and rightfully so. I never had children, I just closed that part of my life down. Repentance aside, how I wish I could do over…truly, it was a decision that ruined a better part of my life.

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