As a group, the eight ultra-radical, anti-choice Republican Senate candidates had mixed results last night. Three wins, two sure losses, and three likely losses that haven’t been definitively called.
A video unearthed by ThinkProgress finds Ken Buck telling a a room full of GOP supporters that he “does not believe int he separation of church and state,” because it is not in the Constitution. Oh, and his religious beliefs apparently don’t proscribe lying.
Amendment 62 in Colorado is sponsored by a Fetal Separatist movement that seeks to legally separate pregnant women and the fertilized eggs, embryos and fetuses inside them, depriving women of their right to life and liberty.
Amendment 62 kicks it up a notch with both sides pushing a little too hard, and an Ohio judge allows teens to marry without parental consent to protect the daughter from an alleged abortion.
(VIDEO) Ken Buck put his proverbial low-heeled cowboy boot right into his mouth and now women’s groups are focused on just how anti-woman his politics are.
I am long past the point of hoping for some semblance of truth from the anti-woman, anti-life, anti-choice movement. Still, the length to which they use blatant lies and distortions–and the failure of most media outlets to call them on it–remains breathtaking.
The senate race in Colorado is heating up, and Ken Buck gets assistance from a ballot measure and a lot of money. But that might not be enough to secure a victory.
Senate candidate Ken Buck is rapidly losing ground with women voters, and the latest news that he blamed a rape victim for her own rape may make it worse.
The developer of invitro fertilization wins a Nobel prize, and the Vatican becomes a total wet blanker. Plus, Amendment 62 is likely to lose.
Ladies beware! If you are fertile and engaged in sexual intercourse with a male person, you may become pregnant at any time. And really, if its even possible one of your ova has met its match, shouldn’t you being paying extra for that airplane ticket? After all you are two, not one, and your body is no longer your own.