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This film is a perverse attempt to make a case against abortion in America through the cynical abuse of the memory of those killed in the Holocaust. It is, quite frankly, one of the most offensive and outrageous abuses of the memory of the Holocaust we have seen in years. Not only does the film try to assert a moral equivalency between the Holocaust and abortion, but it also brings Jews and Jewish history into the discussion and then calls on its viewers to repent and accept Jesus as their savior.
Holocaust survivor, and ADL Director, Abraham H. Foxman on the film “180” (via thecakesokay)

(Source: baruchobramowitz, via rabbleprochoice)

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PRO-CHOICER of the day (#3 of 6): Rep. Harold Dutton (D-Houston)


State Rep. Harold Dutton, D-Houston, offered an amendment that would, in the event that a woman decided to carry her child to term after undergoing a sonogram as required by the bill, require the state to pay for that child’s college tuition. When that didn’t work, Dutton proposed that the state pay for the child’s health care until age 18. That failed, too. He followed up with a similar amendment that only went up to age 6, but with no more success.

Dutton told the members that such amendments signaled that the state feels less responsibility to children after they are born. “We want to see all these children around, but the state of Texas ends its obligation to that child when it’s born,” he said. “We want it born, but we don’t want to do our duty.” (via)

(Source: keepyourbsoutofmyuterus)