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Published 4 years ago with 12 Comments
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  • staxofmax
    +4

    Great! I look forward to heating Mike Pence's apology shortly....

    crickets

  • idlethreat
    +3

    In cases like this, it don't really matter. The goal of the claims was to get the idea into the american consciousness. Time will tell if it was successful or not.

    • joethebob
      +5

      Basically yes. If you can yell a narrative with a loud enough voice repeatedly, lots of people won't strain to hear the 'We screwed up and none of that is true' that follows in a whisper.

      • idlethreat
        +4

        Yep. That's been SOP of the GOP going on for decades now. You can explain technicalities all you like. But if you manage to get a sound bite that makes the opposing folks look bad, you can play it enough to damage them severely.

    • spaceghoti
      +3

      However, if we're intent on challenging the idea then it helps to point out that even conservatives with skin in the game can't validate the claim. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but they are not entitled to their own facts. And while I realize that facts often have no relevance to a cherished rhetoric, sticking to the facts help paint us as the reasonable ones.

  • MAGISTERLUDI
    +2

    "Indiana governor said he was pleased with “swift and professional” probe that found abortion clinics were in compliance and did not partake in tissue-donation programs." ..Obviously not the case elsewhere.

    • spaceghoti
      +4

      Obviously not the case elsewhere.

      Then it shouldn't be a big deal to present evidence of that claim rather than rely on deceptive shock videos to attempt to manipulate public opinion.

      • MAGISTERLUDI
        +1

        The very head of Planned Parenthood, Cecile Richards, admits to harvesting fetal tissues here:http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-natio...one-of-doctor-in-covert-video/.............At question are these donations or sale? Haggling price does not indicate donation.

        • spaceghoti
          +4

          Yes, she admitted to following the law. The haggling was started by the "interviewers" which is why the director explicitly explained why profit isn't sought.

          • MAGISTERLUDI (edited 4 years ago)
            +1

            "Yes, she admitted to following the law." LOL Of course. The Planned Parenthood doctors "haggled", you no longer argue that "fact".

            • spaceghoti
              +4

              I'm glad you're enjoying this fantasy but you're truly deluded if you think we're going to let you use this to shut down a lawful health organization.

            • MAGISTERLUDI
              0
              @spaceghoti -

              You are a sickie, there's nothing enjoyable re: abortion, or is there?

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