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    In a speech last week, Hillary Clinton lamented that too many women are supposedly denied abortions. The Democratic presidential candidate came under fire for that pro-abortion comment, but she also is drawing widespread condemnation for another remark in the speech.


    The comment has Hillary Clinton essentially saying that Christians must be forced to change their religious views to accommodate abortions.

    “Far too many women are still denied critical access to reproductive health care and safe childbirth. All the laws we’ve passed don’t count for much if they’re not enforced,” Clinton said, using the euphemism for abortion.

    “Rights have to exist in practice — not just on paper,” Clinton argued. “Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed,:

    That is not going over well with pro-life advocates.

    Bill Donohue of the Catholic League let Hillary have it in his remarks to LifeNews.

    “It was not surprising that Hillary Clinton, who strongly opposes a ban on partial-birth abortion, would tell her feminist audience that she supports Planned Parenthood. What was surprising was her comment on the need to change religious beliefs on abortion,” he said. “In others words, Hillary has a problem with the Catholic Church’s teachings on abortion—they must be changed.”

    “Never before have we seen a presidential candidate be this bold about directly confronting the Catholic Church’s teachings on abortion. It’s time for Hillary to take the next step and tell us exactly what she plans to do about delivering on her pledge. Not only would practicing Catholics like to know, so would Evangelicals, Orthodox Jews, Muslims, and all those who value life from conception to natural death,” Donohue added.

    David Ripley of Idaho Chooses Life also condemned her remarks.
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    08 May '15 04:051 edit
    So how do people view the method to which Hillary will change religious beliefs to suit her?

    Maybe Hillary can create the image of an abortion loving Jesus.

    Maybe Jesus can be portrayed as taking the aborted children lovingly into his arms.
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    08 May '15 04:36
    Originally posted by whodey
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    Maybe Jesus can be portrayed as taking the aborted children lovingly into his arms.
    Well doesn't he?
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    08 May '15 04:52
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Well doesn't he?
    Jesus can be portrayed as taking the aborted children lovingly into his arms.

    That's it. The perfect bumper stick. She should win in a lanslide with that one.
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    08 May '15 05:37
    Originally posted by whodey
    That is not going over well with pro-life advocates.
    And that's a bad thing?
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    08 May '15 06:35
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Well doesn't he?
    Why should a non-Christian aborted foetus go to heaven for eternity when I, a long term Christian deserve to go to eternal hell? Furthermore, considering that eternity is literally infinitely longer than earth-life, wouldn't it be preferable to be an aborted foetus and bypass the becoming-a-Christian lottery of life on Earth?
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    08 May '15 08:19
    Originally posted by whodey
    In a speech last week, Hillary Clinton lamented that too many women are supposedly denied abortions. The Democratic presidential candidate came under fire for that pro-abortion comment, but she also is drawing widespread condemnation for another remark in the speech.


    The comment has Hillary Clinton essentially saying that Christians must be forced to cha ...[text shortened]... natural death,” Donohue added.

    David Ripley of Idaho Chooses Life also condemned her remarks.
    bill donahue is a hateful prick, but that is not important.

    yes, when religious views are wrong, they too must change.
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    08 May '15 10:33
    Originally posted by C Hess
    And that's a bad thing?
    Well if she is saying that people must adjust their religious views so that what she thinks
    is right can occur, and your fine with that, wait till your views require adjustment due to
    someone in government says so.
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    08 May '15 10:56
    Originally posted by wolfgang59
    Well doesn't he?
    That's the spirit. Next thing you know Progs will be killing poor children on the streets using the same message.
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    08 May '15 10:58
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Why should a non-Christian aborted foetus go to heaven for eternity when I, a long term Christian deserve to go to eternal hell? Furthermore, considering that eternity is literally infinitely longer than earth-life, wouldn't it be preferable to be an aborted foetus and bypass the becoming-a-Christian lottery of life on Earth?
    Wait, let me e-mail Hillary so we know what to believe..............
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    08 May '15 10:591 edit
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Jesus can be portrayed as taking the aborted children lovingly into his arms.

    That's it. The perfect bumper stick. She should win in a lanslide with that one.
    Now, now, we need separation of church and state.

    They can't actually use the name Jesus, in fact, they can't actually verbalize the words least they turn into a pillar of salt. All Progs need to do is put a picture of someone who looks like Jesus.

    Speaking of separation of church and state, how can Hillary influence pastors and priests to preach the Prog message?
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    08 May '15 11:01
    Originally posted by Zahlanzi
    bill donahue is a hateful prick, but that is not important.

    yes, when religious views are wrong, they too must change.
    What if atheists views are wrong? Must they change as well?

    Woops, my bad, only religious folk are ever wrong.
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    08 May '15 14:54
    So who here supports HIllaries desire to rule from the pulpit?

    Is this not a violation of church and state?
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    08 May '15 15:26
    Okay whodey, cut to the chase on this spiritual subject.

    WHO should we vote for ???
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    08 May '15 15:37
    Originally posted by sonship
    Okay whodey, cut to the chase on this spiritual subject.

    WHO should we vote for ???
    Who says you should vote at all?

    I don't see much of an improvement on the other side. It's either Jeb or Hillary.

    Luckily, this thread is not about voting for Hillary, this thread is about the power of the state trying to rule us from the pulpit.

    Was this not the very tyranny that the Founding Fathers were wanting to avoid?
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