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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

The Oracle of Omaha and Abortion

Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha and staunch supporter of Obamacare and everything abortion, has donated more than $1.2 billion to abortion organizations between 2001 and 2012, Fox News reported (Dan Gainor, May 13, 2014). That is roughly enough money to kill 2.7 human beings in the first trimester of life.

There are some who would argue that unborn fetuses  are not human beings--if not human, then what are they?

It seems as if all those people who support abortion rights have already been born, to paraphrase Ronald Reagan. 

According to the Guttmacher Institute, 2011 reached the lowest level of abortions since 1973. Perhaps this is a sign that the right is winning in the war to protect the unborn, but 1973 still had 1.06 million abortions performed, and from that year to 2011, about 53 million abortions took place.

Guttmacher found that 50% of all pregnancies are accidents, and of those, 40% are aborted. If that doesn't sound like birth control, what does? So, in all, 21% of all pregnancies end in abortion.

The reasons given for having an abortion are as follows:
75% say they can't afford a child.
75% cite concern for or responsibility to another person.
75% say having a baby would interfere with their work, school, or ability to care for dependents.
50% say they don't want to be a single parent or are having problems with their husband or partner.

Of all women who have abortions for whatever reason, 42% have income below 100% of the federal poverty level.

So if someone believes that Warren Buffett is a good man who loves children, I wonder what they think of Kermit Gosnell. At least the movie about him is going to be made thanks to audience support and donations of over $2 million--a record amount.