Friday, June 1, 2012

See How Your Congress Critter Voted on Prenatal Nondiscrimination

In India, they call it "female foeticide." What do they
call it in the US Congress?
Is your Congressional representative a candidate for the Wall of Fame or the Wall of Shame when it comes to standing up for the unborn? Find out here.

In my home state, New York, RINOs Richard Hanna of New York's 24th District and Nan Hayworth of New York's 19th District crossed the aisle to join New York Democrats in opposing HR:3541: the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act of 2012 (PRENDA), which would make it illegal to discriminate against the unborn on the basis of race or sex.

I wouldn't count on interested voters having a short memory on this shameful vote.

House rules say that this failed vote, taken under a procedure called “suspension of the rules,” can be taken again. I hope that's the plan, and that we have plenty of time to contact the Congress Critters who think that the real discrimination is preventing discrimination against girl children and children of whatever race is considered "undesirable" at a given moment in time.

The good guys on this issue in New York State are Republicans Pete King (NY 3rd), Robert Turner (NY 9th), Michael Grimm (NY 13th), Chris Gibson (NY 20th), Ann Marie Buerkle (NY 25th), and Tom Reed (NY 29th).

They need our support.




  1. Sadly, I don't even have to look to know how mine voted. What is worse he is being primaried because he isn't left enough.

    1. The Dems can't stand the slightest barrier to abortion, even what amounts to a symbolic statement that they're against killing girls because they're girls or boys because they're the wrong color or whatever. When the Libs are finished destroying our society and culture, they're going to have to live in it. They won't know what hit them.

  2. nice posting.. thanks for sharing..