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Ben Carson endorses use of abortion pill for cases of rape or incest August 14, 2015

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, Abortion, Admin, contraception, disaster.
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I never had much regard for him, but I can definitively cross Ben Carson off my list:

Women who get pregnant from rape or incest should be able to go to the emergency room for an “abortion pill,” Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said Thursday.

Speaking on Fox News Channel’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” the anchor asked Carson if he believes women should be able to get abortions in cases of rape or incest.

“I would hope that they would very quickly avail themselves of the emergency room, and in the emergency room, they have the ability to administer RU-486 and other possibilities before you have a developing fetus,” Carson said, more than five minutes into the interview.

Yes but if there is a “developing fetus” then RU-486 kills it, and we have no way of knowing how soon that may occur.

Is there any candidate aside from Huckabee who is 100% pro-life in all situations?

Sorry for limited and not so great content today, I had a really dumb meeting chew up my morning.

Men’s prayer vigil next Friday outside The Men’s Club!

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1. D.O.T.C.O.M._Mom (@DOTCOM_MOM) - August 15, 2015

This doesn’t surprise me. He endorsed a prochoice Monica Wehby last year. After lamenting same concerns, my husband explained it to me best: The 100% prolife, (Cruz admitted contraception are abortifacents & Rubio says: no abortion no matter what) candidate is not electable b/c majority in our society are so morally bankrupt/corrupt, he’d never win! (The failed presidential run of Alan Keyes is a prime example of that.) At this juncture, we have to vote for the man who is closest to the ideal AND electable. The “electable” guy is the one powerful enough to defeat Clinton/Democrat machine & obtain independent, libertarian & on-the-fence voters. In the meantime, we continue to work valiantly to stop the corruption in our churches & work tirelessly to change hearts and minds.

2. D.O.T.C.O.M._Mom (@DOTCOM_MOM) - August 15, 2015

Btw, Ron Paul claimed to be 100% prolife & admitted same as Carson on CNN video during the 2012 elections. I surmise Rand Paul is also infected by his father’s opinion.

3. D.O.T.C.O.M._Mom (@DOTCOM_MOM) - August 15, 2015

Paul: “If it’s an honest rape, (whatever that means) woman should go to ER immediately & I would give them a shot of estrogen”
Piers asks him: ” So life doesn’t begin at conception?.” Paul” life DOES begin at conception..huh…” Piers:” Then you’d be taking a life..” Paul “Well, you don’t know if you’re taking a life either…”

4. Ann Malley - August 15, 2015

Sadly, those candidates who advocate that they will end abortion and or completely defund Planned Parenthood, while assuaging consciences pre-election, will only have to compromise after taking office.

I’d like to believe otherwise, but experience tells me this will happen.

While I do not agree with the usage of the morning after pill, not at all, I still am of the mind that Ben Carson’s approach is a practical beginning to end abortion. Our country has gone way off course and for a long, long time. So while we can see road where we need to be on, it’s still going to take some trekking to get the physical bus back on it.

An overnight change that lifted the bus from one road to another would be an act of God, not a presidential election. But even so, those who do see the right road, still need to vigorously point it out so that the driver doesn’t continue to take us in the wrong direction.

5. Marguerite - August 17, 2015

Some are better than others, some worse. Carson was just spewing out the stuff he knew people wanted to hear. He should give glory to God in the vocation that the Lord called him to. But of course, it’s always about power and wanting more power. He’s no different from the rest.


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