From Matt Vespa at Townhall:
Last week, MSNBC’s Morning Joe had former Vermont governor and DNC chair Howard Dean to discuss the new direction for his party. Co-host Joe Scarborough said he had interviewed former Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear, who reminded him of the old school southern Democrats who dominated the South and the border states. A dying breed of Democrats who didn’t veer too far left on abortion, Second Amendment rights, and other cultural issues. Scarborough noted Dean’s call for Democrats to launch an offensive into the rural areas, which yielded political dividends for the party during his tenure as DNC chair. Scarborough asked Dean if there was room in the Democratic Party for people to be progressive on economic issues, but conservative on social ones (i.e. abortion)?
“No. Because the young generation isn’t that way. I think the old left/right is an anachronism. It exists in Washington. It exists in the media. Young people don’t think that way. They are not ideological. They are extremely interested in social justice, so we are never going back to maybe making compromises on abortion, and gay rights is another one,” he said.
Scarborough seemed shocked, noting that a large chunk of the country is pro-life. More.
Reality check: It takes a really bright person to be unable to see that killing our kids for the sake of a better society makes us vulnerable over time to any group that does not do so, whether they have a better future in mind or not. They are the future and we are not.
And yes, a large chunk, including young people, is pro-life. Over time, even more may “get it” that we are all “the fetus” now
Maybe the Dem elite deserve this. They deserved their recent electoral defeats. On the other hand, do all their followers deserve it?
See also: The churches of Europe, having accepted abortion, are training their replacements Their growing acceptance of euthanasia will move things along. The surviving great-granddaughters of Church-hating feminists will live under sharia law. And no similar rebellion against religious authority will be possible. It’s almost like a divine judgment on abortion advocacy, but I digress.
Always remember, in the age of euthanasia, We’re all “the fetus” now