Reductio ad Lady Smarts

Chelsea2012 Election, Women0 Comments

Lesson learned: a non-recovery, anemic economy is “good enough” to win if you are a good campaigner — a good, extremely negative campaigner. Oh, and women want free birth control something fierce. I can’t honestly say that I’m surprised at the outcome of the election, but I’m still disappointed — in my country, in general, but in my gender, specifically. … Read More

A Prayer for Election Day

Chelsea2012 Election, Pro Life1 Comment

A Prayer for Our Nation as We Prepare to Elect Our Leaders (via Priests for Life) O God, we acknowledge you today as Lord, Not only of individuals, but of nations and governments. We thank you for the privilege Of being able to organize ourselves politically And of knowing that political loyalty Does not have to mean disloyalty to you. … Read More

Vote With Your Lady Smarts, Not Your Lady Parts

Chelsea2012 Election, Women0 Comments

I don’t know who made this image, but it reminds of Michelle Malkin’s column this week responding to a ridiculous ad for Obama from some Hollywood feminists.

Schedule Your Imaginary Mammogram at Planned Parenthood Today!

Chelsea2012 Election, Women2 Comments

I can’t believe Planned Parenthood supporters still peddle this nonsense. During Tuesday night’s debate Obama said: “Millions of women all across the country who rely on Planned Parenthood for not just contraceptive care. They rely on it for mammograms, for cervical cancer screenings. That’s a pocketbook issue for women and families all across the country.” Repeat after me: Planned Parenthood … Read More

There Isn’t One ‘Right’ Answer Here

Chelsea2012 Election, Egg Harvesting, IVF, Reproductive Technology, Sperm Donation, Surrogacy2 Comments

Dammit, Mitt. You don’t make it easy for me to want to vote for you as opposed to just voting against Obama. I knew that Mitt Romney’s son Tagg had used IVF and a surrogate mother twice to give birth to three of his six children. I didn’t hold his son’s actions against Mitt himself, though. That was, of course, … Read More

7 RNC Convention Quick Takes

Chelsea2012 Election, Humor, Politics, video4 Comments

Here are a few of the thoughts/reactions to the Republican National Convention that I shared via Facebook and Twitter this week. 1. Not surprisingly, Rick Santorum did the best job of addressing the sanctity of all human life: Four and a half years ago I stood over a hospital isolette staring at the tiny hands of our newborn daughter who … Read More

Andrea Mitchell vs. Paul Ryan (and the Ladies Who Love Him)

Chelsea2012 Election, Abortion, Contraception, HHS Mandate, Women0 Comments

In her totally unbiased live report on the announcement of Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney’s running mate last weekend, MSNBC’s White House Spokesperson Correspondent Andrea Mitchell said: “I think you’re going to see that they (have) decided that this is a base election. This is not a pick for suburban moms. This is not a pick for women. This is … Read More

Romney/Ryan 2012: That’s One Hot Ticket!

Chelsea2012 Election2 Comments

Is it bad that, upon hearing about the Ryan pick yesterday, this was my first reaction (via Facebook): Haha! All I know about Paul Ryan is that after he gave the GOP response to one of the President’s SOTU addresses all I could think was, “I’m sorry, I was a little too distracted by how cute he was to listen … Read More

A Bold Statement from Newt on ESC Research and IVF

Chelsea2012 Election, Embryonic Stem Cell Research1 Comment

This didn’t get a whole lot of press, but it certainly caught my attention. While courting pro-life Christians in Florida on Sunday, Newt Gingrich said that he would ban all embryonic stem cell (ESC) research – even research on ‘left-over’ embryos from IVF labs – and take a serious look at the way fertility clinics are managed. From the Christian … Read More