Louise Slaughter Escalates the Projection

The projection and hypocrisy that typify the left have been taken to new extremes by the aptly named congresscritter Louise Slaughter (D-NY), who shrieks that Republicans have come to Congress “to kill women” by slowing down the firehouse of taxpayer money gushing into the highly profitable baby-killing industry.

“I went through this as co-chair of the arts caucus,” Slaughter said. “In ’94 people were elected simply to come here to kill the National Endowment for the Arts. Now they’re here to kill women.”

Slaughter was drawing a parallel between the Republican House majority elected in November 1994 and the Republican House majority elected in November 2010.

She made the remarks Wednesday on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., at a “Stand Up for Women’s Health” rally sponsored by the National Organization for Women, NARAL and Planned Parenthood.

Despite being in the lucrative business of liquidating inconvenient children, Planned Parenthood rakes in over $363 million per year in public money, not because they need it, but because their obscene activities are regarded as holy rites by Democrats.

If you start from Planned Parenthood and head straight downward toward hell, you will soon reach NARAL, an organization devoted to extending legal abortion into infanticide by defending execution techniques like partial birth abortion. The line between extremely liberal and satanic is a fine one, but NARAL clearly crosses it.

As she babbled about killing women, it must not have occurred to Rep. Slaughter that half of the children these fiends kill would have grown up to be women.

Then she threw her hyperbolic hypocrisy into overdrive by comparing the good guys to Nazis:

“You are allowed to have an abortion [on the public dime] if you have been raped or it’s a matter of incest,” said Slaughter. “However, you have to keep a receipt. Did you know that? It’s sort of like an old German Nazi movie. Show me your papers!”

Students of history will recall that Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger‘s ideology and objectives in promoting abortion influenced Hitler and were praised by him.

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Louise Slaughter, not Jon Kyl in drag.

On tips from G. Fox and Byron. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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