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Bart Simpson on Rudy Giuliani and abortion, created using the Bart Simpson Chalkboard Generator, http://www.addletters.com/pictures/bart-simpson-generator/1255629.htm

In light of the recent boomlet over Mayor Giuliani, let’s all say it together:

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

He thinks abortion’s a constitutional right and taxpayers should buy ‘em.

Here’s the video proof, from last time around.

About Charles Mitchell

EFM's resident Yankee, Charles Mitchell, works in the non-profit arena in his native Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Charissa, live near the state capital of Harrisburg with their daughter, Adeline, and are members of a congregation of the Presbyterian Church in America.

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One Response to Repeat After Me…

  1. Charles Mitchell says:

    Also, just to show that nothing’s changed since the 2008 cycle, someone at the American Spectator (this cycle it’s Aaron Goldstein) is slamming Governor Romney’s position on abortion as one of “convenience rather than conviction.”

    Three points on this, especially since I’m now late in getting ready to go to our Presbyterian church, and you know every Presbyterian pastor has to have three points:

    1. Mr. Goldstein is really willing to consign babies to taxpayer-funded slaughter (Mayor Giuliani’s stated position) simply because the politician espousing that position is, you think, more authentic? Throwing the baby out with the bathwater is an old saw, but this time, it’s the reality.

    2. If Mr. Goldstein is against politicians who change their minds on abortion, I trust he also disdains President Reagan, who signed the most liberal abortion law in the country as governor of California, among many other examples.

    3. Governor Romney’s pro-life conversion was anything but convenient in left-wing Massachusetts, not to mention in the subsequent GOP primaries, where so many of his supposed allies have tried to eat him alive. More importantly his actions in light of his conversion–including vetoing embryonic stem-cell research–show there was and is conviction behind it.

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