On "The Party of Death"
Dr. Mike Adams recently commented on The Party of Death by Ramesh Ponnuruat at Townhall.com. (I gotta get this book!)
Below is an excerpt from The Party of Death courtesy of Adams in which Senators Santorum and Boxer "discuss" the rights of a baby and when they begin:
Santorum: Do you agree any child who is born has the right to life?
Boxer: I agree with the Roe v. Wade decision, and what you are doing goes against it and will harm the women of this country.
Santorum: But I would like to ask you this question. You agree, once a child is born, separated from the mother, that that child is protected by the Constitution and cannot be killed? Do you agree with that?
Boxer: I think when you bring your baby home … the baby belongs to your family and has all the rights …
Santorum: You said "once the baby comes home." Obviously, you don’t mean they have to take the baby out of the hospital for it to be protected by the Constitution. Once the baby is … completely separated from the mother, you would agree that baby is entitled to constitutional protection?
Boxer: I will tell you why I don’t want to engage in this. You did the same conversation with a colleague of mine, and I never saw such a twisting of his remarks.
Santorum: Let’s say the baby is completely separated; in other words, no part of the baby is inside of the mother.
Boxer: You mean the baby has been birthed and is now in the mother’s arms? It is a human being? … I would say when the baby is born, the baby is born and would then have every right of every other human being living in this country, and I don’t know why this would even be a question.
Santorum: Because we are talking about a situation here where the baby is almost born. So I ask the question of the senator from California, if the baby was born except for the baby’s foot, if the baby’s foot was inside the mother but the rest of the baby was outside, could that baby be killed?
Boxer: The baby is born when the baby is born. That is the answer to the question...
Unbelievable. Why does Boxer sound just like a politician? Oops. That's right; she is one.
Is it just me or should such a simple question receive a simple answer? That Boxer couldn't answer it without giving away her agenda, well, gives away her agenda.
So how do people like her get portrayed in the MSM as kind, compassionate, and in the little guy's corner (just not that little, I guess) , while more principled people who think American citizens are entitled to the rights of American citizens no matter how small get painted as meanies? Just wondering.
Hey, Paul, can I borrow your copy when you're finished?