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RUSH: Think about how far we’ve come, folks, in just three years. Just three years. We’ve gone from, “Birth control and abortion is a matter of conscience that we cannot impose on anyone,” to, “Birth control and abortion is a human right that everybody must get for free if they want it.” Now, what other benefits are we entitled to for free, even if we have the means to pay for them? Let me tell you… (interruption) Cell phones? That’s true. But this just shows what the sacrament to the religion of the Democrat Party is. It’s abortion. Cell phones are free only if you’re poor, Snerdley, like if you make $40,000 a year or less. Food stamps, anybody gets food stamps. I guarantee you, anybody can get food stamps.

I don’t think that there is any problem if you really wanted to get food stamps. I’m sure you could find a way. Here is the sound bite. This is a woman I was referring to in the first hour, and this is becoming… It’s always been part of the sales technique in the pro-abort crowd of the Democrat Party that pregnancy is a health risk and abortion saves women’s lives. Nobody ever talks about what happens to the baby. (chuckles) Do they? Because it’s “an unviable tissue mass,” anyway. Nobody ever talks about that. Anybody seen the statistics, the medical research on breast cancer and abortion? Have you seen it? There is a linkage: Abortion and breast cancer. It exists. (interruption) What, are you saying it doesn’t? It does, it most certainly does. (interruption)

What, you never heard of that? There are medical studies. They’ve looked into it for years. The correlation of abortion to breast cancer. The incidence of breast cancer is higher in women who’ve had abortions. Hey, it’s medical research; we can’t disagree with it. Here is Gwendolynne Moore. She is a women from Wisconsin. This in Washington yesterday on Capitol Hill, about the protest against a requirement that religious-affiliated organizations cover contraceptive services in their insurance for employees. It’s 15 seconds. It doesn’t take long, but you might think you’re listening to Sheila Jackson Lee here.

MOORE: The National Institute of Health has said that it is a danger to women’s health and safety of their families, that for 30 years, to be exposed to the prospects of pregnancy.

RUSH: This is what we’re dealing with. Did you…? Is there anything more patently absurd than this? Here’s a Democrat congresswoman from Wisconsin: “The National Institute of Health has said that it is a danger to women’s health and safety of their families, that for 30 years, to be exposed to the prospects of pregnancy.” It is a disease. Pregnancy is wiping out families! Stop for a moment and think about that. What does pregnancy lead to, if you leave it alone? Nine times out of ten, a baby. What’s that? The family getting bigger. The population growing. A new person. A living, breathing human being. (Taxpayer, to Democrats.) And this woman is saying that pregnancy is a danger to families! This is how radically absurd and stupid and ignorant they are.

And this is what’s driving the debate.

This is the kind of thinking: Pregnancy can lead to the death of families.

I didn’t make it up. You heard it. I don’t know about this 30 years business. This woman is obviously a raving lunatic and can’t speak. Here it is: “The National Institute of Health has said that it is a danger to women’s health and safety of their families, that for 30 years, to be exposed to the prospects of pregnancy.” I don’t know what the 30 years means. I don’t know what she’s got to do or what she’s got to say about it or what she means. I don’t know what 30 years is, but she does believe — and she’s trying to get people to believe — that pregnancy can destroy families. And she is a Democrat.

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