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Fuck the law.

Fuck Roe v. Wade.

Fuck 7-2

In fact, fuck those seven bastards who voted for abortion baby-butchering on demand.

Fuck NARAL.  (Fuck NOW, for that matter.)

Fuck every last feminist who defends this barbaric practice.  From Betty Friedan & Kate Michelman all the fucking way down to Gloria Steinem & Andrea Marcotte.

To Hell – literally – with every fucking last one of them.

This son-of-a-crack-whore-bitch is deserving of the most painful, agonizing death imaginable.

Period.  End.  Stop.

And don’t get me started on the @#$%(!!! media – you know, the one that won’t cover any of it?

Infant beheadings. Severed baby feet in jars. A child screaming after it was delivered alive during an abortion procedure. Haven’t heard about these sickening accusations?

It’s not your fault. Since the murder trial of Pennsylvania abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell began March 18, there has been precious little coverage of the case that should be on every news show and front page.

But it isn’t.  And we know why, don’t we?

Fuck ‘em.  Fuck ‘em all.  With a rusty, steel-wire-wrapped, razor-embedded baseball bat.  For starters.

God’s judgement can’t come soon enough on this country, if you ask me. 

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On this day, 38 years ago, seven men  decided what, exactly, women could do with their bodies.  (That’s for you feminazi bimboids who still bleat about how men shouldn’t have a say in any abortion that occurs anywhere, anytime.)  It was considered – and is still today, in some quarters – an “enlightened” decision that would “liberate” women.

Thirty-eight years later, this carnage in Pennsylvania is what our “enlightenment” has brought us.

An abortion doctor killed hundreds of babies by cutting their spinal cords with scissors after removing them from mothers late in their pregnancies, prosecutors said on Wednesday.

Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams charged Dr. Kermitt Gosnell, 69, and nine associates with eight counts of murder, following a year-long investigation by a grand jury, whose report was unveiled on Wednesday.

The defendants are charged with first-degree murder in the cases of seven babies for which there is substantial evidence, Williams said.

Hundreds of other babies are likely to have died in Gosnell’s West Philadelphia clinic, which he operated from 1979 to 2010, Williams said.

No doubt right now there are in this country some feminoid bitches and pussy-whipped (or maybe cock-whipped, who knows?) bastards who still – still – consider this Mengele-wannabe a fucking hero.

As the RCOB™ drapes over my eyes solid red, I have only two things to ask:

First, whaddya wanna bet that the Innocence Project tries to get him off at some point?

And, since Pennsylvania’s bleeding-heart court system will probably be wooed by a slick-talking John Edwards-type defense attorney into either letting him off light, or walking altogether – where’s Scott Roeder when you really need him?

ThatIsAll™.

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Elena Kagan, back when she was one of the minions of Das Klintonreich™, back before The Entire Civilized World™ was told that she’s eminently qualified for the Supreme Court because she plays softball, bah Gawd!!!!  (a little Jim Ross lingo, there), wrote a memo directly opposing the American College of Obstreticians & Gynecologists when they said there was no medical reason for a woman to have a partial-birth abortion:

During the heat of the debate in the 1990s, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists said an expert panel it commissioned could find no medical reason why the partial-birth abortion procedure would ever be used to protect a woman’s life or health.

Still, Clinton said he would not sign a ban on the three-day-long abortion procedure that involves the partial birth of an unborn child and the gruesome destruction of the baby’s life by jabbing medical scissors into its skull unless it contained a health exception for women.

Kagan, in a December 14, 1996 memo, appeared to be upset that ACOG couldn’t find any justification for Clinton’s position.

“This, of course, would be disaster — not the less so (in fact, the more so) because ACOG continues to oppose the legislation,” she said of the inability to discern a medical reason for the second-trimester abortion procedure.

Kagan also appears to suggest manipulating ACOG’s statement to support Clinton’s position.

Notes in Kagan’s handwriting list “suggested options” for modifying the ACOG position statement including having the Clinton administration claiming a partial-birth abortion “may be the best or most appropriate” option.

That language made its way in the final version of the ACOG statement released about the ban along with the original language found by the panel of medical experts.

Read the whole thing, then come back here.  I’ll wait.

Okay.  During confirmation hearings today to decide on the nomination of this little fat Klintonista toadie to the highest court in the land, Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) questioned her on the memo (hat tip:  Patterico).  Here’s that part of the questioning:

“Did you write that memo?” Hatch asked.

“Senator, with respect,” Kagan began, “I don’t think that that’s what happened — ”

“Did you write that memo?”

“I’m sorry — the memo which is?”

“The memo that caused them to go back to the language of ‘medically necessary,’ which was the big issue to begin with — ”

“Yes, well, I’ve seen the document — ”

“But did you write it?”

“The document is certainly in my handwriting.”

Oh, Great Honkin’ Cthulu.  “The document is certainly in my handwriting”?!?!?!  Hell, why not just say, “And yes, Senator, the pen that wrote it certainly has my fingerprints on it.  But I think it was the butler in the drawing room with the hammer.”

Thanks, but I think I would’ve rather had Harriet Miers.

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Take a look at this Sarah McLachlan ASPCA video:

Let’s not misunderstand here.  I’m very much against animal abuse, and in fact did pluck one of my two puppies from the Dallas Animal Shelter four years ago.

But AFAIC, until & unless Sarah McLachlan – the very same bimbo who co-founded the fuck-brained “Lilith Fair” tour (Google it yourselves; they’re not worthy of my linkage) – comes out against the murder of 4,000 babies per day at the hands of baby-butchering abortion whores like the late, not-terribly-lamented Georgie Tiller…well, sorry, ASPCA – but you have the wrong spokestrollop, and I’m not much interested in what she has to say.

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