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Rush is Right: RU 486 IS a Chemical Weapon Comments

The intentional ingestion of RU 486 constitutes a chemical attack on human life in the mother's womb. RU486 is lethal. Its sole purpose is to cause the death of the human life within the mother. It also brings with it serious risks to the mother's own health. There can be do debate about this fact; we were all once human embryos. We all lived in the first home of the whole human race, our mother's womb. We must speak for human embryonic Life as ... Continue Reading

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  1. SaraPalen
    1 year ago

    that's interesting Jimmy Chonga.
    Ever notice how the old English used to use f like an s?

    mifepristone looks a lot like misprision, a french word describing the heinous act of abortion in the old law books. Condoning this "chemical warfare" is a misprision of treason against the state of human existence, a most perfidious corruption of blood. This is a massive log jam in the moral eye of America.

  2. J. Bob
    1 year ago

    It is so ironic that President Obama who supposedly is so sympathetic to the use of chemicals that kill children, yet looked the other way when they were being killed by bullets, tanks, & abortion pills.

    It is even more so, that this President didn't have a problem with infanticide of living aborted babies, back in IL, & is now so concerned.

  3. Branagh
    1 year ago

    Very true!!!

  4. Vance
    1 year ago

    Rush is right on. Abortion is the most brutal act of murder on children. The children in the womb suffer torturous deaths at the hands of a butcher. The Abortionist is nothing more than a butcher.

  5. jh
    1 year ago

    When listening to President Obama's address Sept. 10/13 describing children's tragic suffering and death as a result of chemical weapons, I thought of abortion. Chemicals used on the unborn, to end their life. Deaths visible and deaths also targeted.

  6. cq
    1 year ago

    Amen & Amen, And remember we have legalized this and can simply buy it over the counter now, and our current President says that all insurance companies must cover this. What if we put the process of (legalized)abortion all over the news, how would people respond to that? But I but I guess that would really be too gruesome to print. It is the most difficult thing I have ever seen. Every life is precious, especially the most innocent within the womb. Way to go Rush!

  7. JimmyChonga
    1 year ago

    If you evaluate the letters that comprise the morning after pill; it is literally an examination of conscience. RU486 literally taken is "Are you for 86?" In the film industry, as other construction/deconstruction industries to "86" something is to dismantle it, deconstruct it, destroy it - so, when I hear the words "RU486", I hear "Are you for destroying, dismantling, deconstructing" whatever is being referred to, which, in this case is a human being - the answer for me EVERY TIME and WITHOUT exception is "N" "O". NO!

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