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Pelosi Calls Late Term Abortions ‘Sacred Ground’

From the Weekly Standard:

Pelosi Can’t Explain Difference Between Gosnell Slayings and Late-Term Abortions

Top House Democrat stonewalls: "This is sacred ground."

By JOHN MCCORMACK | June 13, 2013

At a Thursday press conference, House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi condemned a bill that would prohibit abortions during the final four months of pregnancy with an exception for when the life and physical health of the mother is at risk.

Asked what the moral difference is between what Dr. Kermit Gosnell did to babies born alive and aborting those same infants moments before birth, Pelosi refused to answer.

"As a practicing and respectful Catholic, this is sacred ground to me when we talk about this," Pelosi said. "I don’t think it should have anything to do with politics."

Pelosi falsely claimed the bill that passed out of committee on Wednesday would ban all abortions, when in fact it’s simply a prohibition on abortion during the final four months of pregnancy (with an exception for when the life and physical health of the mother is at risk), the point at which science indicates babies can feel pain and some babies can survive long-term if born…

You see? ‘Practicing and respectful’ Catholics won’t even discuss the idea of limiting late term abortions. They consider it "sacred ground."

But just like Maxine Waters, Ms. Pelosi is so dumb she sometimes lets slip what she and the rest of the Democrats actually believe.

Meanwhile, we have this news via Life News:

John Lennon Stopped Yoko Ono From Having Abortion of Son Sean

By Steven Ertelt |  June 11, 2013

London, England (LifeNews.com) — … News reports on Monday indicate abortion was a topic of conversation between famous Beatles musician John Lennon and his infamous wife Yoko Ono.

In an interview with the BBC, Ono recounts a story about how she considered having an abortion when pregnant with the couple’s son Sean. Lennon apparently talked her out of having an abortion. The conversation came after Ono became pregnant when the couple reunited in the early 70s after an 18-month split.

"We’d just got back together and I became pregnant very soon, and I didn’t know if it was the right moment to have a child because maybe he didn’t want it," Ono recalled. "I didn’t want to burden him with something he didn’t want."

She told the BBC, "He said, ‘Of course we are going to keep it’, and he was really upset with my remark."

"I know it sounds strange now but I thought, well, I should let John decide whether to keep it or not," Ono said.

Lennon and Ono married in 1969 and Sean was born in 1975 — resulting in Lennon taking a five year break from music to focus on raising his son…

In fact, John Lennon married his first wife Cynthia, because she was ‘with child.’ Even though it could have hurt his career. (Which is why they tried to keep his marriage from their fans for years.)

This article was posted by Steve Gilbert on Friday, June 14th, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

6 Responses to “Pelosi Calls Late Term Abortions ‘Sacred Ground’”

  1. Noyzmakr

    Someone should ask the Pope if Pelosi is on sacred ground. Rush has always said that abortion is liberals’ “holy sacrament”.

    As for Ono…..

    Ono recalled. “I didn’t want to burden him with something he didn’t want.”

    Where have I heard that language before?

    This must make Sean Lennon really feel wanted.

  2. Wow. How did she not burst into flames with that statement?

  3. canary

    So does that mean the harlot witch Nancy Pelosi will have a priest perform the sacrament of the dying and actually bury the baby in the ground?

    Who does she think she is fooling. She’s not fooling herself, and that is scary.

  4. BillK

    This is what gets me about the Catholic Church; why is no one in doctrinal charge, from the Pope to a local Bishop to her home archdiocese not willing to point out that she cannot be a “practicing Catholic” and condone, in any way, abortion? Why do they allow this woman to receive communion?

    Sure, there are any number of Catholics who disagree with the church, but few if any who spend their time making sure so many unborn children are killed in the name of “women’s health.”

    • Noyzmakr

      This is a problem with todays church. Not just catholics but all denominations. Pelosi’s “version” of Christianity allows her to believe whatever she wants to believe without anyone pointing out how distant she is from the teachings of Christ and the bible. This allows atheists and others to cast all Christians as hypocrites. It’s people like her that are most seen by the public. Her statements show how she is using Christianity to give her credibility where she has none.

      The press is always there to show the wayward preacher or priest but hardly ever will you see the good work they’re doing.

      Everyday Christians are out feeding the homeless, caring for the sick, housing the homeless, cleaning up after disasters, spreading the gospel and a myriad of ministries around the world of which they never seek any recognition. This “silent majority” is mostly just that. Silent. Awaiting their reward in the hereafter and just trying to make living in this world easier for the less fortunate.

      But you are correct. Not enough Christians stand up and point her out as the heretic she is. Her religion is just that, religion. It means nothing and is built on lies.

      There is justice. Pelosi will answer for her lies. If Nancy, by some unimaginable chance, actually believes the gospel she is already forgiven for her sins but her work will be wood, hay and stubble. Tried by fire, they evaporate. But judging by her statements, there is no way possible that she could believe the gospel. Those who do are filled with the Holy Spirit and do not blaspheme as she does so easily.

      Anyone wondering what the gospel is can read 1 Corinthians 15:1-4 and/or Romans 10:9

    • Curiosity

      Links to Noyzmakr’s references:
      link to 1 Corinthians 15:1-4

      Romans 10:9

      And I completely agree




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