Saturday, September 24, 2011

Some Presidential Candidates Could Be Inadvertently Funding Forced Abortions

Currently approximately 42 million unborn babies are killed per year throughout the world approximately 31% or 13 million (this number does not include the approx. 10 million abortion pills sold in china per year) of those abortions were performed in China.  Yet many of America’s so called pro-life Presidential candidates inadvertently fund abortions in China.  Back in April of 2007 dozens of women in southwest China were forced to have abortions even as late as nine months into the pregnancy, according to evidence uncovered by National Public Radio.  The following are excerpts from an article describing a forced abortion in China:  Liang Yage and his wife Wei Linrong had one child and believed that — like many other couples — they could pay a fine and keep their second baby. Wei was 7 months pregnant when 10 family planning officials visited her at home on April 16.
Liang describes how they told her that she would have to have an abortion, "You don't have any more room for maneuver," he says they told her. "If you don't go [to the hospital], we'll carry you." The couple was then driven to Youjiang district maternity hospital in Baise city.
"I was scared," Wei told NPR. "The hospital was full of women who'd been brought in forcibly. There wasn't a single spare bed. The family planning people said forced abortions and forced sterilizations were both being carried out. We saw women being pulled in one by one."
The officials gave Wei three injections in the lower abdomen. Contractions started the next afternoon, and continued for almost 16 hours. Her child was stillborn.
"The nurses dealt with the body like it was rubbish," Wei said. "They wrapped it up in a black plastic bag and threw it in the trash."
Abortions in China are government funded.  When our elected official’s votes on legislation to help corporations to outsource our jobs to China they are by proxy funding abortions in China. 
Presidential candidates Michelle Bachmann and Ron Paul both vote in favor of sending our jobs to foreign countries.  Both voted Nay on the Currency Reform for Fair Trade Act (H.R. 2378) to clarify that fundamental exchange-rate misalignment by any foreign nation is actionable under United States countervailing and antidumping duty laws, and for other purposes and to clarify that countervailing duties may be imposed to address subsidies relating to a fundamentally undervalued currency of any foreign country.  In layman’s terms, H.R. 2378 provides our government with effective tools to address unfair currency manipulation by countries like China, which could help create 1 million American manufacturing jobs by leveling the international playing field for American workers and businesses.  Since the passing of this bill, no thanks to Michelle Bachmann and Ron Paul, Chinese wages and shipping costs have risen sharply causing some US manufacturers to bring our jobs back home (Several of these jobs will not be brought back to US plants until 2012(Please be patient).  Rep. Ron Paul also voted Aye in favor of H.R. 2587 a bill that protects employers that outsource by stripping the National Labor Relations Board of much of it’s powers.  In conclusion both of these Congress people who vote in favor of shipping US jobs overseas are by proxy funding abortion.  If either were elected to be President of the United States the number of abortions overseas could increase as more money is pumped into a foreign government who funds forced abortions.  Why don’t Ron Paul and Michelle Bachmann care about all 42 million of the worlds aborted babies?  

Presidential candidate Jon Huntsman said in a statement "I am proud of my private-sector experience, helping to grow our family business into a successful, global enterprise that has created thousands of high-paying American jobs,”  The amount of American workers his family’s business employs is only about 18% (2,174) of the total 12,000 employees.  Jon Huntsman said the following during the CNN/Tea Party debate: “We've got to remember, that to beat President Obama, we have to have somebody who's been in the private sector, understands the fragility of the free market system, has been a successful governor as it relates to job creation, and knows something about this world. ”  But as the President of the United States one cannot run the country as just a business, the President also has to take into consideration where a majority of Americans stand on social issues.  Chief Executive Officer Peter Huntsman, 48, a younger brother of the candidate, told an industry conference "We now employ more people between China and India than we do in North America, which is really quite phenomenal when you consider that about 90 percent of our associates 10 years ago were in North America”.  Jon Huntsman whom supports a right to life amendment is obviously oblivious to the 13 million government funded forced abortions performed in China on a yearly basis.  If America is supposed to be run like a business and shouldn’t take social issues going on in other countries seriously we would have free trade with Cuba and North Korea.  Huntsman has also said that there should be no truce on abortion when it comes to balancing social and economic issues. "I do not believe the Republican Party should focus only on our economic life--to the neglect of our human life,” he said. "That is a trade we should not make. If Republicans ignore life, the deficit we will face is one that is much more destructive. It will be a deficit of the heart and of the soul."  I’m confused as to where he stands and I think he is confused also.

Presidential candidate Rick Perry’s courtship of Chinese investment in Texas is by proxy supporting the millions of abortions per year in China.  When Chinese companies generate revenue from selling goods to America the money goes back to the Chinese government.  For instance, the Chinese government-owned Tianjin Pipe Group built the $1 billion Tianjin Pipe Factory in coastal Corpus Christi, Texas. And only last year, The New American reported that the government-run China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC), in an agreement with Chesapeake Energy in Oklahoma City, acquired an approximate one-third interest in the Eagle Ford shale play in South Texas, not far from Corpus Christi. The investment in both a pipe factory and a large oil play signals that China is turning to Texas to fuel its enormous need for oil.  

“Pro-life is not a matter of campaign convenience, it is a core conviction,” Texas Gov. Rick Perry told the crowd as he listed the anti-abortion rights legislation he signed into law in the state of Texas.
“It is a liberal canard to say I am personally pro-life but government should stay out of that decision,” Perry said, without naming Cain. “If that is your view, you are not pro-life, you are pro having your cake and eating it too.  We respect life, we respect life as a gift of God and what God has created, we should always work to protect.”  

How can a so called pro-life Governor seek to do business with a communist regime which clearly holds life to be of little value?  It seem Rick Perry is pro having his cake and eating it too.

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