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Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Vagina monologues in Michigan

  So there's this bad behavior involving the word "vagina" going on up in the Michigan. 
  To hear the Dems tell it, Dem women were silenced for defending women's health told to shut up because they were behaving badly in the Michigan House.
  Basically here's what happened. Anybody can open an abortion clinic in Michigan.
  Body parts and dead babies have been found in trash bins; the only thing the law stated was that the body had to be treated with something like formaldehyde to prevent it from smelling.
  Or something.
  So babies were found in trash bins. Here's a bit of info on the discovery:
The story of finding aborted babies and private medical records in the dumpsters ofMichigan abortion mills would seem to be growing old.
But this time legislative action will come of it.
On February 27 pro-lifer Chris Veneklase found the aborted remains of 17 babies in medical ziplock bags, with the names of their mothers labeled on the outside, in a dumpster at the Womans Choice abortion mill in Lansing. (See photo above, names redacted.)
  So they're trying to pass this bill in Michigan to prevent this kind of behavior and increase the restrictions (which liberals usually want) of who can actually run one.
  So these 2 liberal Democrat women get up in front of the House, distribute illicit literature and scream something about men getting out of their vaginas.
  So Daily Kos sends out screamers claiming women are being discriminated against, men are trying to prevent them from being healthy, blah, blah, blah.
  The WaPo goes into a diatribe about why the word "vagina" offended people and the subsequent event where the offended (aren't they always?) liberal women House members read the Vagina Monologues.
  Quickly abortionists from around the country descend on the Michigan House to protest the 1 day suspension of speech awarded to the 2 liberal women.
  Problem is that even a Democrat House member was offended by their breaking of House rules and behavior. 
  Problem is that these women behaved unprofessionally.
  Problem is that there really is a problem with the abortion industry in Michigan.
  Problem is that pounds and pounds of personal health records of women are being discovered in dumpsters outside abortion clinics.
  Essentially the House bill is about reforming the abortion industry in Michigan for pubic health purposes and for women's health. I mean, if these clinics will dump babies bodies into dumpsters, how careful are they going to be with the women they work on?
  In the WJR discussion yesterday with Frank Beckmann, I believe it was mentioned that you don't even have to be a doctor to run an abortion clinic in Michigan.
  This argument is not about women's health.
  It's about lawlessness. The society has to have boundaries, one of which is that we try to maintain proper decorum, even with the dead.
  It's about decency.
  And it's about women's health and the belief that some standards have to be maintained, even in abortion environments.

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