Anderson Cooper - will NOT LET Debbie Wasserman Schultz GET AWAY with her typical bull-crap.
Debbie – the Mouth of the South; refuses to acknowledge that she is mis-quoting the L.A. Times and is misrepresenting Mitt Romney in a fundraising email that she was using for the Obama Campaign.
I cannot tell you how many misrepresentations and absolute lies this woman has been caught in.
DNC Chair Torn To Shreds Over False Claims
More Importantly - Schultz calls abortion ‘women’s reproductive decisions’.
Let me make this clear – even if Schultz had not lied about Romney or used dishonest tactics like spin or misquotes to promote fund raising – abortion is not a reproductive decision – it is the killing of a human life.
The Supreme Court was wrong about slavery in the 1857 Dred Scott v. Sandford & they were wrong about Abortion in Roe v. Wade.
"Jane Roe," – the pseudonym she assumed to remain anonymous as the lead plaintiff in the case that legalized abortion in the United States. Her real name is Norma McCorvey, and she changed her mind in later years.
In a 1998 interview with CNN she said - "I'm very sad (about the anniversary)," she told CNN Interactive in a telephone interview. "But this year, I've got so much to do, I don't have time to sit down and be sad."
Once an abortion-rights supporter, McCorvey has switched sides: She's now a vocal anti-abortion activist. She has started a ministry called Roe No More to fight against abortion rights with the aim of creating a mobile counseling center for pregnant women in Dallas.
Comments from Michele Arocha Allen of the National Right to Life Committee – regarding Norma McCorvey and other women who have had a change of heart about abortion.
"The pro-life movement has thousands of women who've had abortions," Michele Arocha Allen said. "For most of those women it's not an overnight jump from supporting abortion to supporting pro-life. We have been the ones to offer compassion after abortion. We've been the ones to welcome them to our movement, and we certainly would extend the same sort of offer to Ms. McCorvey. We want to be supportive of her on her journey."