this. is. terrorism.
keepyourboehneroutofmyuterus:

Re: my last post about the two attacks at clinics in GA this week. THIS IS PART OF A PATTERN.

Bombing, killing or threatening to bomb and or kill abortion clinics/staff is terrorism.
There’s nothing else to say.

keepyourboehneroutofmyuterus:

Re: my last post about the two attacks at clinics in GA this week. THIS IS PART OF A PATTERN.

Bombing, killing or threatening to bomb and or kill abortion clinics/staff is terrorism.

There’s nothing else to say.

Nothing to add, is there? Abortion protesters are terrorists.

Nothing to add, is there? Abortion protesters are terrorists.

whynotshesaid:

cactustreemotel:

manicchill:

Florida State Representative Charles Van Zant(R-Palatka) Files All-Out Abortion Ban, Suggests Life Imprisonment For Abortion Providers
from The Florida Independent:

House Bill 1151 would create the “Florida for Life Act,” a law that would essentially outlaw all abortions in direct defiance of legal abortion rights in the U.S.
According to a summary, the bill would prohibit “induced abortions,” the operation of a facility that provides abortions, the termination of any pregnancy “unless specified conditions are met.”
Van Zant’s bill (.pdf) states that “the Legislature acknowledges that all persons are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, and that first among these is their right to life.”
The bill does not provide exceptions for rape or incest, either. It only provides an exception for a woman who is facing a threat to her life if she carries out a pregnancy. According to the bill, “woman’s life is a superior consideration to the concern for the life of the fetus and the woman’s health is a superior consideration to the concern for the health of the fetus when such life or health concerns are in conflict.”
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While the bill does include an exception for any woman facing a life-threatening pregnancy, it does not include similar exceptions for victims of rape or incest. According to the language of the bill, this exception is due to the fact that a “woman’s life is a superior consideration to the concern for the life of the fetus and the woman’s health is a superior consideration to the concern for the health of the fetus when such life or health concerns are in conflict.”
Van Zant, an ordained minister, has proposed similar legislation multiple times, and his newest proposal becomes the seventh anti-abortion/reproductive-rights of the Florida House’s 2012 session.
(image courtesy of the Florida House of Representatives)
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Well, at least he’s philosophically consistent I guess.

Here’s some good news though: the bill died in sub-committee nearly two months ago.

Charles Van Zant is a terrorist. He uses his position of power as a way to threaten people’s rights and uses the threat of jail time as a way to coerce doctors and those seeking abortions. Charles Van Zant you are an American fucking terrorist, even if your bill did die.

whynotshesaid:

cactustreemotel:

manicchill:

Florida State Representative Charles Van Zant(R-Palatka) Files All-Out Abortion Ban, Suggests Life Imprisonment For Abortion Providers

from The Florida Independent:

House Bill 1151 would create the “Florida for Life Act,” a law that would essentially outlaw all abortions in direct defiance of legal abortion rights in the U.S.

According to a summary, the bill would prohibit “induced abortions,” the operation of a facility that provides abortions, the termination of any pregnancy “unless specified conditions are met.”

Van Zant’s bill (.pdf) states that “the Legislature acknowledges that all persons are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, and that first among these is their right to life.”

The bill does not provide exceptions for rape or incest, either. It only provides an exception for a woman who is facing a threat to her life if she carries out a pregnancy. According to the bill, “woman’s life is a superior consideration to the concern for the life of the fetus and the woman’s health is a superior consideration to the concern for the health of the fetus when such life or health concerns are in conflict.”

Read More

While the bill does include an exception for any woman facing a life-threatening pregnancy, it does not include similar exceptions for victims of rape or incest. According to the language of the bill, this exception is due to the fact that a “woman’s life is a superior consideration to the concern for the life of the fetus and the woman’s health is a superior consideration to the concern for the health of the fetus when such life or health concerns are in conflict.”

Van Zant, an ordained minister, has proposed similar legislation multiple times, and his newest proposal becomes the seventh anti-abortion/reproductive-rights of the Florida House’s 2012 session.

(image courtesy of the Florida House of Representatives)

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Well, at least he’s philosophically consistent I guess.

Here’s some good news though: the bill died in sub-committee nearly two months ago.

Charles Van Zant is a terrorist. He uses his position of power as a way to threaten people’s rights and uses the threat of jail time as a way to coerce doctors and those seeking abortions. Charles Van Zant you are an American fucking terrorist, even if your bill did die.

thefrisky:

Meet The Guy Who Bombed The Wisconsin Planned Parenthood Clinic Sunday Night - The Frisky

Above. What a terrorist looks like.

keepyourboehneroutofmyuterus:

[NB: more people than just cis women want and need abortion care.]

Mississippi lawmakers passed a bill Wednesday that would require any physician performing abortions in the state to be a board-certified obstetrician-gynecologist and to have admitting privileges at an area hospital.

The bill “should effectively close the only abortion clinic in Mississippi,” said Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves in a statement. “This is a strong bill that will effectively end abortion in Mississippi.” If the state’s only abortion facility, Jackson Women’s Health Organization, closes, Mississippi women seeking abortions would have to leave the state.

NO, Lt. Gov. Reeves. You will never ever “end abortion in Mississippi.” What you meant to say (because it’s the truth) is that this bill would end SAFE abortion in Mississippi.

A lot of abortion material here the last couple days, but absolutely relevant. ANY attempts to take away a person’s right to decide what happens to their body/make their own healthcare choices, is indeed an act of coercion and thus an act of terrorism. Mississippi’s government is committing an act of terrorism against its constituency. Do not believe for a second that it is doing ANYTHING LESS.


Speaking to a federal judge in Green Bay, Francis Grady said he wanted to plead guilty to the arson fire that damaged a Planned Parenthood facility in Grand Chute April 1.

Grady made the comment during his initial appearance in federal court Wednesday. He also asked the judge if he knew how many babies were being killed at the clinic.

According to the criminal complaint, Grady used a hammer to break a window of the clinic and then poured gasoline inside, lighting the room on fire. 

After being arrested, the complaint states Grady admitted to officers, “I lit up the clinic.”

Grady appeared in court wearing a neck brace, and offering to plead guilty “today.”

The judge set a preliminary hearing for April 19. Grady is being held in the Outagamie County Jail.