The Texas Senator that filibustered Governor Rick Perry’s, “Senate Bill 5,” the law the tighten restrictions on abortion, is recently under fire after tweeting on Twitter. The pro-choice politician, Senator Wendy Davis, claimed that, “I’ll always make investing in our Texas children my first priority.”
She was really talking about was the children who survived the law that legally allows parents to slaughter their unborn children.
This follows on the recent publicity the Senator has gained after standing up to Rick Perry’s bill that shortened the time in which a woman could have an abortion. After hoping to pass the law that would ban all abortions on women 20 weeks and later, Davis stood and talked for 11 hours straight until the deadline for the bill expired.
Her filibuster claimed national headlines for women rights across the country. Too bad her victory was shortly live as Perry signed the bill into law the next month.
In October the Senator made the asinine remark that she was “Pro-Life.”
In a speech Davis made last month, she stated:
“I care about the life of every child, every child that goes to bed hungry, every child that goes to bed without a proper education, every child that goes to bed without being able to be a part of the Texas dream, every woman and man who worry about their children’s future and their ability to provide for that future.”
Again, what she meant was; every child that isn’t murdered by the law she so desperately fights to support.
Needless to say some Twitter users were less than pleased and posted vigorously, berating her. Read some of the tweets below:
Of course, our Commander in Chief only portrayed excitement for the Senator posting on his Twitter account:
In effort to stand politically incorrect, maybe Davis should have listened to Perry when he accurately pointed out:
“Who are we to say that children born in the worst of circumstances can’t grow to live successful lives? In fact, even the woman who filibustered the Senate the other day was born into difficult circumstances. She was the daughter of a single woman. She was a teenage mother herself. She managed to eventually graduate from Harvard Law School and serve in the Texas Senate. It is just unfortunate that she hasn’t learned from her own example that every life must be given a chance to realize its full potential and that every life matters.”
Why don’t “pro choice-ers” understand the hypocrisy they preach? And why do they not understand the irony of their ability to defend abortion is the result of their being lucky enough to have not been aborted by their parents?