By now the scandals surrounding Hillary Clinton, her private e-mail server, and her private family foundation have the country buzzing. All but David Brock at Media Matters. He sacrificed truth to leftism. He would have you believe no one can give one good reason Hillary Clinton should not become President of the United States. Either she didn’t do any wrongs, or they weren’t wrongs.
Smarter men, perhaps, can debate the folly of selling or giving away twenty to fifty percent of our uranium mining capacity to an old KGB apparatchik. Since Alger Hiss went off to prison, the left has always felt the Soviet Union had the right idea anyway about how to run a country and the world. (Vladimir Putin wants to change the name Rossiyskaya Fyedyeratsiya back to Rossiyskaya Sovyetskaya Fyedyerativnaya Sotsialistichyeskaya Respublika, the lead element in a collection named Soyuz Sovyetskikh Sotsialistichyeskikh Respublik. So if he wants to mention the Soviet Union again, so may we.)
But CNAV don’t want to address the left. We want to address the pulpit. David Brock, his minions, and his allies wanted a good reason to oppose Hillary Clinton for President? Well, she just gave us one.
Hillary Clinton declares war on Christ
Last Thursday (23 April), Hillary Clinton addressed the Women of the World Summit of 2015. The Daily Caller covered that event. They recorded all twenty-three-plus minutes of her remarks. The video embed below has the words you need to read. (The embed has the cue: 8 minutes and 26 seconds into the speech.) Mark Horne at Political Outcast has a transcript:
Far too many women are denied access to reproductive health care and safe childbirth, and laws don’t count for much if they’re not enforced. Rights have to exist in practice — not just on paper. Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed. As I have said and as I believe, the advancement of the full participation of women and girls in every aspect of their societies is the great unfinished business of the 21st century and not just for women but for everyone — and not just in far away countries but right here in the United States.
What exactly would that mean? For one thing, overturning or nullifying Hobby Lobby v. Burwell. In other words, if you employ another person, then no matter how closely you hold your business (Hobby Lobby is a subchapter S corporation, having fewer than seventy-five individual stockholders), you must, by law, pay out your money to hire contract killers to kill unborn children in your employees’ wombs. (Yes, I said contract killers. That’s what a doctor becomes when he performs abortion. Was Kermit Gosnell anything other than a contract killer? He not only admitted it; he avowed it!)
But this goes further than that. How does Hillary Clinton plan to change “deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases”? How do you think? How else but by making illegal any sermon against abortion-on-demand up to and past the moment of birth?
Mark Horne, by the way, does not miss Hillary Clinton using the passive voice. He tells you not to fool yourself. When Hillary Clinton says “laws have to be backed up…” and so on, she means: I will back up those laws with resources and my iron will. I will destroy any code, belief or bias, however deeply it sits in our culture, that stands in my way. Vote for me, and you may do as you please. And if anyone dares say you shouldn’t, call me and I’ll send somebody to haul them off to prison!
And don’t think she can’t do that. Ask the Club for Growth in Wisconsin. A certain district attorney did send people to raid conservative activists in their homes at midnight. He even had a corrupt judge to sign phony warrants for those raids. Corrupt, not for money, not even for personal power, but just to work for a shared goal. And they knew the truth wouldn’t get them to that goal.
For your information
First, no such thing as a “right” to a good or service can ever exist. Thomas Jefferson told us what everyone’s rights are: to life, liberty and property. The Constitution says the government may not take any of these without due process of law. But the Constitution says nothing about putting a turkey in every pot. Or doing any other service some other taxpayer(s) must pay for.
Second: I said “contract killing” and I meant “contract killing.” That’s what an abortion amounts to. House officers in Departments of Obstetrics and Gynecology know this now. They often refuse to “rotate” to “the abortion service” where they train. They read about Kermit Gosnell and say, “I didn’t become a doctor to do that.” They read about the office Operation Rescue took over from an abortion clinic–the disgustingly bloody and filthy office, covered even with human waste, with a garbage disposer choked with tissue-trap contents–and say, “I’m not going to run that kind of clinic. No, sir.” So what will Hillary Clinton do? Pass a law that if you sign up to train to be a gynecologist, you will take part in such contract killings, or you will go to prison?
Back when her husband ran for President, Hillary Clinton snidely observed, “I supposed I could have stayed home, baked cookies and had teas.” Today she makes her contempt for common decency abundantly clear. This goes beyond creating a private foundation and using it as her private family piggy bank. (That foundation pays out maybe fifteen percent of its take to real charity work.) It goes beyond taking bribes–or shaking people down for fees. (And sometimes not delivering. Witness her involvement in the Keystone XL Pipeline process. She cleared it, but Obama didn’t and won’t.) It even goes beyond giving away our uranium to a foreign, and hostile, government. This goes straight to the heart of whether the government will murder people for hire, merely because they aren’t born yet. And worse than that, force other people to have a hand in that kind of thing.
Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.
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