White House Now Trolling America!!!! Response To “Pain Capable” Bill Unfathomable!!!!!!

Zero and team’s response the the Pain Capable bill which passed the House today ……..


“Seriously”, said the father of Obamacare.

h/t Twitchy

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22 Responses to White House Now Trolling America!!!! Response To “Pain Capable” Bill Unfathomable!!!!!!

  1. HankH says:

    “Personal” health care decisions should be made between anyone and their doctor. That’s common sense and they way it should work. And I agree, it should not be made by politicians.

    With the above said, there’s a hypocritical issue in play here which I’ll try to frame in context to this bill:

    A number of years back, a cooking show aired an episode on how to properly cook a lobster. They filmed the lobster being thrown into a pot of boiling water. The animal rights nutters went ape $hit livid on the grounds that the lobster felt the pain of being boiled alive.

    My biostatistics consulting happens to be in the area of perinatology or high risk pregnancy. It is well known that the developing child can react to stimuli and pain at only 8 weeks of gestation (development). By that time the brain is developed to be considerably larger than a lobster so there is a well reasoned assumption that sensory perception likely occurs before motor reaction can actually be measured.

    Irrespective, the hypocrisy is these liberals condemn causing pain to a lobster but see nothing wrong with causing pain to an unborn child.

    • Jim Masterson says:

      . . . the lobster felt the pain of being boiled alive.

      It reminds me of a statement made by the Henry Drummond character in “Inherit the Wind:”

      “Henry Drummond: [Gesturing towards the defendant, Bertram Cates] Then this man wishes to have the same privilege of a sponge, he wishes to think!”


    • leftinflagstaff says:

      Too bad that evolution couldn’t give the responsibility of developing and raising human children to lobsters.

  2. Latitude says:

    personal health care……getting pregnant is like getting cancer

    • leftinflagstaff says:

      Yep. The need to drastically contort words to validate an agenda, should tell someone enough about their agenda.

  3. DirkH says:

    The fight of the Demonrat leadership to keep their right to slaughter is showing their nature.

    BTW I accidentally stumbled upon clear proof that at the time of the Third Reich, the Nazis WERE clearly recognized as SOCIALIST – probably accepted emulators of FDR-style policies, maybe more extremely so. By none other than Ludwig von Mises.

    “This,” says the socialist, “is precisely the point. You
    do not want to adopt socialism. Germany, however, proves that
    socialism is superior in the production of armaments.
    The German army is the best equipped in the world. The crux
    of the world problem today is that the Nazis have superior equipment.

    This argument, too, misses the point. Germany is well equipped
    because for at least eight years it has restricted the consumption
    of the whole population and has placed her entire productive
    system in the service of armaments. With unbelievable shortsightedness,
    England, France, and the small democracies failed to
    arm themselves for defense. Even after the war started they
    did not take it seriously. The fight against war profiteering seemed
    to them more important than the fight against the Nazis”

    • suyts says:

      That’s nice! I’ll try to keep that link handy for when the leftards argue about what the Nazis were.

    • leftinflagstaff says:

      Whatever name it takes, it just comes down to: there will always be control freaks out there, and at times the level of cowardice will be high enough to allow them to gain power.

      • DirkH says:

        Well, for a long time I had the hypothesis that basically all political movements founded from say 1890 to 1930 were socialist in nature, starting with the Fabians, and of course including the Nazis. So it’s just a nice confirmation to find new evidence from that time that this view was shared by contemporaries.

        • leftinflagstaff says:

          Yes. I think you’d be hard pressed to find a movement that wasn’t then, and isn’t now.

  4. Latitude says:

    he’s just upset because he was almost blown up…..doesn’t really mean it


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