Dana Loesch at Big Urinalism is tired of all these damn women thinking they can have all the cool, hip sex they want while also demanding that the government not mandate doctors shoving tubes into their vaginas. Oh, and something about infanticide:
After the Virginia legislation, about which has been horribly misrepresented by Soros blogs, progressives got their wish: government mandated health care, even if the “health care” in question is infanticide.
Loesch clearly has no idea what “infanticide” means, so I’ll oblige her:
infanticide |inˈfantiˌsīd|noun1 the crime of a mother killing her child within a year of birth.
See, Dana Loesch is a clever one. She substitutes “infant” for “fetus” to make it sound more appalling, even though most people understand that abortion is not infanticide because…well, infanticide is killing a child within a year of birth.
Note to Dana Loesch: fetuses are not infants.
They’ve tried to silence my voice because I illustrated their hyperbole, which not a single progressive has debunked or can. It’s easier to make up something fantastical and try to suppress my voice as opposed to either debate or admit logical defeat.
Ahh! Now look at what she’s done. Loesch makes a ridiculous argument, doesn’t post any of the rebuttal and then declares victory. Such a talent.
Here’s the thing: no one is forcing women in Virginia to get abortions. Don’t get an abortion and you don’t have to worry about any sort of mandated ultrasound. In fact, you’re free to choose numerous forms of birth control to avoid pregnancy so as to avoid the decision of infanticide which would necessitate some form of ultrasound. Surely progressives aren’t trying to argue that government mandates pregnancy, too, or intercourse? Virginia, to my knowledge, doesn’t have a law prohibiting women’s access to birth control.
Uhh..wha? If you try to parse this nonsense, I believe what young Dana is saying here is that (and I’m just pissing in the dark) because women aren’t forced to get pregnant, they shouldn’t have to worry about getting a plastic tube shoved into their vaginas.
In essence, women in Virginia who get pregnant, you didn’t HAVE to get a plastic tube stuck in your lady parts because you didn’t HAVE to get pregnant. Now shaddup while I continue making arguments with gaps in logic so far wide you could actually fit Erick Erickson through it.
This is what happens when you invite government into doctors’s examination rooms and expect the government to pay for your abortions. You can’t demand that the government pay your way while simultaneously demanding independence from the entity as it empowers you.
Again, wha? We’ve somehow gone from “women should keep their legs closed” to “women are getting government subsidized abortions.”
When your sustainability is derived from the government, the government controls you, sets the regulations, establishes the mandates. What — progressives are having conservative second thoughts now?
No, we’re just trying to keep up with your specious arguments.