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The Democrats’ Virginia war on women, babies and all people of goodwill

Democrats sex campaign 2013

One of two obscene and false posters photographed by Tim Ebert Jr. at George Mason University.

Haven’t voted yet? Freedom is stake in Virginia, but the Democrats would have us believe that this election is all about sex, abortion and immigration. They accuse Ken Cuccinelli, E.W. Jackson and Mark Obenshain, the Republicans running for governor, lieutenant governor and attorney general, of waging wars on women and persons who classify themselves as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. They accuse Ken Cuccinelli of calling immigrants “rats.”

I beg your pardon for the disgusting oral sex poster, but these are the tactics that Terry McAuliffe, the Democratic candidate for governor, and his running mates and other liberals propagate on the campus of George Mason University and elsewhere.

These are sleazy attacks against the majority of Virginians who voted for the constitutional amendment recognizing marriage as the union of one man and one woman. So Cuccinelli, Jackson and Obenshain – all credentialed attorneys – plan to uphold and defend marriage as it is lawfully recognized in the Constitution of Virginia. But will the same people who voted for this amendment, many of them Christians, also defend marriage when they vote today?

The “war on women” lie comes down to a recent Virginia law that requires abortion facilities to meet the same so-called health standards as hospitals. By definition, abortion facilities aren’t safe for innocent unborn babies, but McAuliffe doesn’t care about their mothers either.

On abortion, McAuliffe said, “Of course I would support stopping any restrictions.”

Think about that. McAuliffe and his running mates champion the cause of filthy roach, rat and disease infested facilities. They defend abortionists like the Falls Church Healthcare Center, which, thanks to Mollie Hemingway, we know doesn’t sterilize its abortion instruments and had blood spattered on its walls. Tragically, this place is still in business. According to the Family Foundation of Virginia, women were injured at the Falls Church Healthcare Center, the NOVA Healthcare Center in Fairfax, and other abortion facilities.

Still, the impeached former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and President Barack Obama shamelessly campaign for McAuliffe. Hillary Clinton campaigns as a member of “Women for Terry.” However, Kathleen Willey, a Virginia resident who was molested in the White House by the sexual predator President Clinton, told Kenric Ward of Watchdog.org that “Hillary is the war on women.” After all, she did nothing to defend Willey.

Jennifer Basinger, in the "Women for Ken Cuccinelli" sweatshirt, being interviewed by MSNBC at the protest against Barack Obama's Arlinton speech for Terry McAuliffe.

Jennifer Basinger, in the “Women for Ken Cuccinelli” sweatshirt, being interviewed by MSNBC at the protest against Barack Obama’s Arlington speech for Terry McAuliffe. Photo by Patti Walter Edgar.

On Sunday, Jennifer Basinger and other “Women for Ken Cuccinelli” protested President Obama’s campaign speech for McAuliffe in Arlington. Basinger lives in Manassas with her husband and children. She was interviewed by MSNBC and WTOP radio, but I don’t know if they broadcasted her statement.

Mrs. Basinger told me, “The Democrats say that Ken Cuccinelli is extremely anti-woman, but he has done more for women than any other attorney general in history, Democrat or Republican, to promote the health and well-being of women and that includes the prosecution of criminals – people who hurt women and children.

“I don’t even have to get into the argument about whether abortion is right or wrong. If women should be protected, why aren’t pro-choice people in favor of basic health standards? This is a most basic way of protecting women.”

E.W. Jackson on the campaign trail.

E.W. Jackson on the campaign trail.

Unlike Democrats, the Republicans believe in the natural rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. In keeping with those rights, all three are dedicated to free speech, religious freedom, and protecting Virginians from the government grabbing our homes and guns. These men want to protect Virginians from Obamacare, which violates our religious liberty because it requires us to pay for abortions and other evils.

Cuccinelli, of course, is currently Virginia’s attorney general and Obenshain is a state senator.

Cuccinelli filed the first lawsuit against Obamacare. In April 2012, he explained to Christendom College students, “Every single thing the government does to expand its power comes directly at the expense of your liberty. Everything. … Once they have told you what you can do, they have thus told you what you can’t, and your freedom is reduced.”

Cuccinelli 2On Obamacare, he stressed, “There will be more denials of choice in how you live your life and how you die, because your liberty has been taken from you in that piece of legislation. And government does it all over the place. It’s connected everywhere.”

The Democratic Party of Virginia also lied saying that Cuccinelli is calling immigrants “rats” and they’re running a Spanish ad. See the story and false ad at Voxxi, which at least has the decency to publish what he actually said, namely:

“During the 2012 radio interview with “The Morning Majority,” Cuccinelli critiqued Washington, D.C.’s Wildlife Protection Act of 2010. He claimed the law, which is considered one of the toughest wildlife laws in the nation, protected rats from being killed.

“Here’s part of the transcript of that interview:

Cuccinelli: What you may not know is that last year, in its finite wisdom, the D.C. City Council passed a new law, or a triumph of animal rights over human health, where those pest control people you suggested they bring in aren’t allowed to kill the rats. They have to relocate the rats and not only that — that’s actually not the worst part — they cannot break up the families of the rats. Now, as actual experts in pest control will tell you, if you don’t move an animal at least 25 miles, it’ll come back. And so what’s the solution to that? Well, cross a river.

“Host: Send ‘em over to Virginia, that’s right.

“Cuccinelli: Guess why I care about that sort of thing?

“Host: I bet.

“Cuccinelli: Anyway, it is worse than our immigration policy — you can’t break up rat families. Or raccoons or all the rest and you can’t even kill them. It’s unbelievable.”

The gist here is that the DC government requires us to treat deadly rats like human persons, similar to the Obama administration more or less forbidding the deportation of illegal aliens if it breaks up families.

Today Catholics, other Christians, patriots and all voters of goodwill have a great chance to vote for freedom and I pray you will!

Discussion

3 comments for “The Democrats’ Virginia war on women, babies and all people of goodwill”

  1. Anita,

    I would like to see a positive here in the results of our collective vote. All i am left with is the dictum that we won’t know what we had in terms of freedom until its gone.
    Never the less, I am not giving up the fight.

    Posted by Marla | November 11, 2013, 12:32 pm
  2. Amen Marla! Neither am I

    Posted by Anita Crane | November 11, 2013, 12:39 pm
  3. […] * The Democrats’ Virginia War On Women, Babies And All People Of Goodwill […]

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