The Real War on Women

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The Real War on Women

Bradley Mattes   |   June 11, 2012

During World War Two, Gil Copper spent his free time standing under a bridge in India. He listened for the splash, then rescued baby girls tossed off the bridge by parents who wanted boys and took them to an orphanage. This culture has come to America, so a bill was introduced in Congress to stop sex-selection abortion. It got a majority vote, but required two-thirds to pass. Pro-abortion members of Congress, Planned Parenthood, NARAL and the ACLU opposed the bill, calling it a violation against “women’’s health” and a “war on women.” Barack Obama, who received the Nobel Peace Prize, of all things, opposed the bill. They all claim to oppose sex discrimination, but support killing unborn girls because parents want a boy. This is the real war on women.

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