While throngs of committed demonstraters made the annual March for Life protesting the Supreme Court’s 1973 Roe v. Wade decision despite bitter cold and canceled transportation, the Twitter world was alive with pro-life commentary focused on the most pro-abortion president in history.
In a statement marking the worst, most divisive Supreme Court decision since Dred Scott (the Obamacare ruling included), President Obama said it was time to reaffirm support for women’s “reproductive freedom.”
“Every woman should be able to make her own choices about her body and her health.” —President Obama on the 41st anniversary of Roe v. Wade
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) January 22, 2014
The reaction was as intense.
@WhiteHouse Rather proud that your “choice” has killed more than the Holocaust, aren’t you?
— Bob Owens (@bob_owens) January 22, 2014
Abortion deaths reach a tragic milestone. Time for another big party in the White House.
— Last Old Cowpoke (@GlenEnloe) January 21, 2014
LIKE THE DEAD KIDS?: To Mark Abortion Decision, Obama Touts ‘Freedom and Opportunities to Fulfill Their Drea http://t.co/oJZGkReCj2
— Robert Whitmore (@rwhitmmx) January 22, 2014
Some of Obama’s most liberal supporters, including the leader of the Democratic National Committee, went further.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman, D-Fla., brought a gruesome irony to the situation, issuing a “happy birthday” tweet actually celebrating a decision that meant the end of 56 million birthdays, and counting.
— d wasserman schultz (@RepDWStweets) January 22, 2014
Wasserman Schultz’ tweet drew angry responses.
The ghoulish Debbie Wasserman Schultz celebrates Roe v Wade as only she can ==> http://t.co/rxZuXxzLqh
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) January 22, 2014
— Mike Collins (@MJ_Collinz) January 22, 2014
“Roe v Wade – Death to Human Life by a Court of Supremes.” — OLLPOH http://t.co/nGEsbUC0U2
— Linda Roberts (@Lindarsey) January 22, 2014
— Mary A (@JoanOfArc1909) January 22, 2014
Back in the pre-Obama days, when Democrats were annoyingly liberal, but could still generally pass for sane, patriotic Americans, Democrat President Bill Clinton once said abortion should be “safe, legal and rare.”
This is the era of Obama and Debbie Wasserman Schultz, when the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion in the United States — and legally and philosphically divided the country with its arrogant ignorance — is time for a house party.
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