Gals, in the eyes of Colorado Assistant House Majority Leader Mark Waller, when it comes to fertilized eggs as people, women are toast. His comment on the bill he just passed through the House? “The goal of this bill is not to protect women. The goal of this bill is to protect unborn children.” Ya know, Mark… we kinda got that message.
While campaigning in Oklahoma, Rick Santorum signed the Personhood petition that is being circulated in that state. Santorum’s signature is no surprise, as all of the GOP nominees have jumped on that bandwagon. But, Rick continues to try to have it both ways.
When they say they want to protect “young and old” alike, they mean really, really, really “young.” Like, fertilized eggs.
The “every sperm is sacred” bills are beginning to spread.
So-called “Personhood” is sexy. It’s flashy. It gets attention. That is why “Personhood” is something that Kansans for Life is avoiding.
Reporters are having a real hard time sorting out Mitt Romney’s position on personhood. Here’s a quick and easy way for journos to think about the issue, and Romney’s evolving stance on it.
How will a so-called personhood amendment fare in Kansas? We’re going to find out. Kansans for Life is already publicly skeptical, saying they are “afraid of pushing the issue to the U.S. Supreme Court.”
Today, Personhood Kansas announced via press release that it has pre-filed a Personhood bill in the Kansas legislature. We can expect to see that bill officially filed next week.
At least they still managed to work “prenatal person” in.
If your amendment language gets turned down, it must be a super secret “pro-abort” plot.