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One Million Americans Are Executed By Terrorists In Abortion Clinics And You’re Worried About ISIS

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Mandeville, LA – Exclusive Transcript “1.06 million Americans were executed, murdered in their mothers’ wombs.  A very good chance that there was a woman named Isis that was attending some of those.  I don’t know if she attended 400 or 500, but we can look into it.  What do you propose to do about that?  You’re worried about mass executions in parts of Africa that you can’t even find on a map.  There’s a mass execution that goes on every single day inside a Planned Parenthood clinic.”  Check out today’s transcript for the rest….

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In 2011, approximately 1.06 million abortions took place in the U.S….

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Mike:  1.06 million Americans were executed, murdered in their mothers’ wombs.  A very good chance that there was a woman named Isis that was attending some of those.  I don’t know if she attended 400 or 500, but we can look into it.  What do you propose to do about that?  You’re worried about mass executions in parts of Africa that you can’t even find on a map.  There’s a mass execution that goes on every single day inside a Planned Parenthood clinic.  What are you going to do about that?  In our states there are mass executions every day.

Read all about this story and get the details from last Friday’s Pile of Prep

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Based on the available state-level data, an estimated 1.04 million abortions took place in 2012—down from an estimated 1.16 million in 2009.

In 2011, the highest number of reported abortions occurred in California. [Mike: 181,730 souls met their end in their mothers’ wombs in the State of California alone, and you’re worried about ISIS. Some lives are worth more than others apparently.] New York (138,370)…

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Mike:  You people in Florida, you’re a Southern state, for Heaven’s sake.  84,990 children were murdered in their mothers’ wombs in Florida in 2011.  The fewest abortions took place in the great State of:

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…Wyoming (120), South Dakota (600), and North Dakota (1,250). [Mike: So more American children were massacred in the State of South Dakota in 2011 than ISIS has killed in front of their YouTube cameras this year. Oh, but ISIS is our priority.

The 2011 abortion rates by state ranged from a low of 3.8 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15-44…to a high of 28.6 abortions per 1,000 women aged 15-44 in New York.

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“I can guarantee you that one million Americans are going to die this year.  There are not going to be any trials.  There’s not going to be any due process.  They’re going to be executed in their mothers’ wombs.  Some of them will not be accorded the luxury of being in their mothers’ wombs.  They will have to be either wholly or partially removed so that they can be executed.  That number will exceed however many executions ISIS puts on for YouTube.  What do you propose to do about that?”

Mike:  There are more abortions, in other words, per capita in the State of New York than any other state.  What are you people in New York doing?  No wonder you have the moral problems in New York.  But hey, brothers and sisters, we have them here and everywhere, don’t we?

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The annual number of legal induced abortions in the United States doubled between 1973 and 1979, and peaked in 1990. [Mike: The good news is that the trend is down. That is the good news. It’s not all bad news. This is a relative piece of good news.] There was a slow but steady decline through the 1990’s. Overall, the number of annual abortions decreased by 6% between 2000 and 2009, with temporary spikes in 2002 and 2006.

In 2011, 17% of legal induced abortions occurred in California.

The US abortion rate is similar to those of Australia, New Zealand, and Sweden but higher than those of other Western European countries.

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Mike:  Why is that?  Because Western European women have been sterilized.  Talk about offending your God.  He put you here, ladies, to have children.  Being sterilized is a mortal sin.  We’re supposed to be fruitful and multiply.  We’re not even satisfied with sterilizing, though.  If we miss out on sterilizing, [mocking] “We’ll get ‘em in the womb.  The ones we didn’t get beforehand, we’ll take care of them.”

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In 2005, the abortion rate in the United States was higher than recent rates reported for Canada and Western European countries and lower than rates reported for China…

Half of pregnancies among American women are unintended; about 4 in 10 of these are terminated by abortion. Twenty-one percent of all U.S. pregnancies (excluding miscarriages) end in abortion.

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Mike:  You’re worried about ISIS because they’re killing people over in the Middle East and they’re killing Christians.  What about the future Christians?  How do you know there’s not a St. Thomas Aquinas?  How do you know there’s not a St. Padre Pio that’s not in the belly of some woman who’s about to go into an abortion clinic today and end that child’s life?  Oh, but we’re worried about ISIS.  We’re worried about Russia and Ukraine.  Yeah, let’s marshal an army and go over there because some people might die if we don’t.  I have news for you.  I can guarantee you that one million Americans are going to die this year, they’re going to die.  They’re going to die because they’re going to be executed.  There are not going to be any trials.  There’s not going to be any due process.  They’re going to be executed in their mothers’ wombs.  Some of them will not be accorded the luxury of being in their mothers’ wombs.  They will have to be either wholly or partially removed so that they can be executed.  That number will exceed however many executions ISIS puts on for YouTube.  What do you propose to do about that?

Who has abortions?  I’ve been meaning to relay these stats to the audience, but since my hate mail is stacking up and everyone on earth wants to marshal an army and take care of preserving life in the Middle East — what about preserving life in California?  We pro-lifers, we can’t be hypocrites about this.  Either you are or you’re not.

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In 2010, unmarried women accounted for 85% of all abortions.

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Mike:  Here’s a question.  I thought porn didn’t matter.  I thought taboo didn’t matter.  I thought not having moral codes didn’t matter.  Well then, why are all these women running around, cavorting about the countryside all pregnant and unmarried?  Why?  Because they’re pregnant, unmarried, and having sex, that’s why.  Why?  Because they’ve been told by their parents, by their friends, by their neighborhoods, by their schools, in many instances by their churches: It’s okay.  Try the car out.  Give it a drive around the block before you marry it.  [mocking] “I did.  I decided I can find another one.  I’m gonna get another one.”

Young men are as culpable and responsible for this as the women are.  As a matter of fact, it’s about time we started putting some of the guilt, and I mean seriously assigning some of the guilt, to the young men out there.  What are you doing, dude?  What kind of a man are you going to turn out to be?  You father that child and you walked away from her?  [mocking] “Well, we don’t really love each other.”  Well, you better start learning how to.  That’s your kid.  That’s not an inconvenience.  It’s not a night of drunken frivolity.  It’s a human being.  How do we let our young boys grow up like this to think that they can get away with this?  This is the height of hypocrisy.  [mocking] “We’re a good, moral country.”  No, we’re not!  We raise young men and young women to fornicate.  The purpose they are put here for is to fornicate and to enjoy it, not to get married, raise families.  Well, some of us think that’s why we did it.  Unfortunately, you’re battling a culture that does not agree with you.  Even more unfortunately, you’re battling a majority of adult parents that don’t agree with you.  But we don’t have any rigidity in any moral code any longer, do we?  What was that saying from Charles Murray: obedience to the unenforceable.  Where is it?  It’s out there in some places.  It may be reviving but it hasn’t revived.

“In 2010, women with one or two prior abortions accounted for 36.7%…Sounds like a rap sheet.  Got any priors?  Yeah, but only 36.7%.  Thirty-seven percent of women, in other words, are using abortion as contraception.  They are conceiving children, future American citizens, and then: ‘I don’t have time for that.  I really want that extra television and that job.  I don’t have time to be saddled with a kid.  I certainly don’t have time to go off and get married.  That is so 1958.  Let’s go to the clinic and take care of it.’ “

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Women living with a partner to whom they are not married account for 25% of abortions but only about 10% of women in the population.

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Mike:  So if your kids are about ready to shack up, dads, lay the hammer and law down to the son.  [mocking] “No, you’re not.” — “Yeah, I am.  You can’t stop me.  I’m 20.” — “I’ll tell you what I can do.  I can disown you.  Yeah, I can do everything I can to stop you.  I’m telling you no.”  Sit them down and tell them why.  Tell them what happens in too many cases.  You move in together.  You’re not making a commitment, which is why marriage and the sacrament of marriage is given to us, so you will commit.  If you commit to her, you commit to her children.  It’s not all about you.  Oh, but it always is, isn’t it?  Shacking up, in other words, produces abortions.

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In 2010, women who had not aborted in the past accounted for 55.6% of all abortions; women with one or two prior abortions accounted for 36.7%…

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Mike:  Sounds like a rap sheet.  Got any priors?  Yeah, but only 36.7%.  Thirty-seven percent of women, in other words, are using abortion as contraception.  They are conceiving children, future American citizens, and then: I don’t have time for that.  I really want that extra television and that job.  I don’t have time to be saddled with a kid.  I certainly don’t have time to go off and get married.  That is so 1958.  Let’s go to the clinic and take care of it.

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Women between the ages of 20-24 obtained 32.9% of all abortions in 2010; women between 25-29 obtained 24.5%.

Women in their 20’s have the highest abortion rates.  In 2010, women aged 20-24 had 27.4 abortions for every one thousand 20-24 year-old women.  Women aged 25-29 had 20.4 abortions for every one thousand 25-29 year-old women.

51% of U.S. women obtaining abortions are younger than 25.

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Mike:  We’re failing, all of us, as parents, ladies and gentlemen.  Our young people are doing this.  Our young people think it’s okay.  Our young people have been instructed and now believe as an article of faith that this sex without consequence is exactly that, that the consequence is nothing more than something to be “taken care of.”

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51% of U.S. women obtaining abortions are younger than 25. [Mike: That is sad.]

In 2010, adolescents under 15 years obtained .05% of all abortions, [Mike: We’re working on that stat. We can get those numbers up, I’m confident. Keep going the way we’re going and we can improve that one.] but had the highest abortion ratio, 851 abortions for every 1,000 live births.

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Mike:  How many parents are saying: My little 14-year-old is not old enough to be a mother.  We’re going to go and take care of this and you’re not going to do it again.  But you’re worried about ISIS.

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Black women were 3.7 times more likely to have an abortion in 2010 than non-Hispanic white women.

The abortion rate of non-metropolitan women is about half that of women who live in metropolitan counties.

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Mike:  In other words, where there is some remnant or semblance of rural life and community-based life, abortions are less likely to happen but they still happen.  Those are the ghastly, grisly statistics.

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