Wendy Davis is a filthy demagogue and shows it in her own words.
Simply put, this bill would take away access to the most fundamental form of health care women need.
The most fundamental form of health care for women isn’t nutrition. It isn’t antibiotics. It isn’t cancer treatment. It’s not wellness checkups.
It’s abortions. Abortions after 20 weeks on a whim.
Make sure you get that right. It may be all those “staying alive” things for men, but for women, it’s different. It’s sixth months abortions.
Real Texans don’t want any woman to die of cancer because she can’t get decent health care or medical advice.
Republicans, on the other hand, love cancer. Republicans are the cancer lobby. Republicans sit at home at night and dream of a world where all women have all the cancers all the time.
If Republicans are pro-cancer because of this, that makes her pro-late term abortion.
Real Texans don’t want any woman to lose control of her life because she can’t get birth control.
Republicans want to ban birth control. That’s the only way her line here makes any sense. As near as I can tell, birth control is still on the shelves, both before and after the bill.
Texas Republican political leaders take perverse pride in how deeply they have cut our state’s education budget.
Texas Democrat leaders take perverse pride, on the other hand, in how deeply terrible and harmfully our unionized teachers have failed our schoolchildren.
Real Texans want their kids to have the best education possible, not the one politicians looking to brag about budget cuts have left us with.
Absolutely. In fact, the idea behind vouchers and school choice is that no one wants the best education for your kids more than you. Wendy Davis apparently thinks she wants the best education for your own kids more than you do.
I have a question for Perry and the state’s powerful politicians who have ignored real Texans for so long:
Can you hear us now? And, more important, are you listening?
We sure are. And we’re taking notes. You’ll be eating your words when you have to run for reelection.