If Very Late Term Abortions Don’t Happen, Hillary, Then Why Fight to Keep Them Legal?
Last night Trump described late term abortions. Hillary shot back saying that’s not how this procedure is actually done. Okay, if the procedure is not done that way, that late, etc. then why fight to keep it legal? Why fight something close to a national consensus on the matter of these very late partial birth abortion procedures if they don’t ever happen?
The answer is that it does happen, and she doesn’t mind, and her pay masters want her to fight to keep it legal so they can keep doing it. And here is the most grizzly truth of it; the more mature the baby, the closer to term, the more developed the organ systems. If you want to sell (oops, not sell, selling them is illegal, ‘recap costs’) human body parts, the closer to term, the better.
Let me be perfectly clear. Historians will someday record the truth that eugenic mass extermination in the 20th century took two forms. One was a European form, centered in Germany but heavily influenced by US thinkers including Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood. It was carried out by the military sector and largely hidden from the public and it was done at a net financial loss. It was defeated with the defeat of the Axis Powers.
The other branch continued in the US, Canada, and England. It was an outgrowth of the medical system, not the military. It is done at a profit, not loss, and it is permitted due to an extensive propaganda network. It has been a far more effective instruct for the mass termination of human life, outpacing the Holocaust by a factor of at least ten. With it’s tremendous revenues it purchased one major party and has purchased a significant minority of elite level players in the other major party.
It is not one whit less evil than other forms of mass eugenics, and it is a good deal more difficult to end. But it will end and the shame of it which falls upon its apologists will be at least the equal of the shame which falls upon the historical apologists of chattel slavery and historical genocides.
Jerry Bowyer is a Forbes contributor, contributing editor of AffluentInvestor.com, and Senior Fellow in Business Economics at The Center for Cultural Leadership.
Jerry has compiled an impressive record as a leading thinker in finance and economics. He worked as an auditor and a tax consultant with Arthur Anderson, as Vice President of the Beechwood Company which is the family office associated with Federated Investors, and has consulted in various privatization efforts for Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. He founded the influential economic think tank, the Allegheny Institute, and has lectured extensively at universities, businesses and civic groups.
Jerry has been a member of three investment committees, among which is Benchmark Financial, Pittsburgh’s largest financial services firm. Jerry had been a regular commentator on Fox Business News and Fox News. He was formerly a CNBC Contributor, has guest-hosted “The Kudlow Report”, and has written for CNBC.com, National Review Online, and The Wall Street Journal, as well as many other publications. He is the author of The Bush Boom and more recently The Free Market Capitalist’s Survival Guide, published by HarperCollins. Jerry is the President of Bowyer Research.
Jerry consulted extensively with the Bush White House on matters pertaining to the recent economic crisis. He has been quoted in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes Magazine, The International Herald Tribune and various local newspapers. He has been a contributing editor of National Review Online, The New York Sun and Townhall Magazine. Jerry has hosted daily radio and TV programs and was one of the founding members of WQED’s On-Q Friday Roundtable. He has guest-hosted the Bill Bennett radio program as well as radio programs in Chicago, Dallas and Los Angeles.
Jerry is the former host of WorldView, a nationally syndicated Sunday-morning political talk show created on the model of Meet The Press. On WorldView, Jerry interviewed distinguished guests including the Vice President, Treasury Secretary, HUD Secretary, former Secretary of Sate Condoleezza Rice, former Presidential Advisor Carl Rove, former Attorney General Edwin Meese and publisher Steve Forbes.
Jerry has taught social ethics at Ottawa Theological Hall, public policy at Saint Vincent’s College, and guest lectured at Carnegie Mellon’s graduate Heinz School of Public Policy. In 1997 Jerry gave the commencement address at his alma mater, Robert Morris University. He was the youngest speaker in the history of the school, and the school received more requests for transcripts of Jerry’s speech than at any other time in its 120-year history.
Jerry lives in Pennsylvania with his wife, Susan, and the youngest three of their seven children.