In my short time on earth I have seen abortion go from a rare occasion to being used as a form of birth control, and now Democrats want me to fund this barbaric procedure.
According to a survey by the New York Times, every single Democrat candidate running for president reported that they would vote to codify “Roe v. Wade” into law, as well as repeal the Hyde Amendment.
All but five of them completed a survey where they were asked to elaborate further on their views. For those who did not respond, the paper determined their stances on the issue from other publicly available sources, such as interviews, debates and forums, and the candidate’s published plans.
All of the candidates are now on record saying “Yes” when asked if they would “codify Roe v. Wade” and “repeal the Hyde amendment,” the legislative provision first instituted in 1976 that forbids the use of federal funds through Medicaid or other government entities to pay for abortions. For decades the amendment had notable bipartisan support.
Every candidate surveyed said they would preserve government funding for Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider.
As if you needed another reason to vote red next November, making sure your money doesn’t go to the extermination of babies is a good reason to never support a democrat again.
Cory Booker went as far as calling an abortion just another part of “healthcare” when he was asked about the old phrase “safe, legal, and rare” once used by Bill Clinton.
“I believe that abortion is health care,” he said.