Noem: Foisting her religious beliefs on all
Native Sun News Today Columnistwrites the following proclamation and sends it forth from her remarkable tax paid website, April, 2019. In the process she even bad mouths her Democratic fellow governor from New York.
Whereas: on the 46th Anniversary of the day of Roe V. Wade, the Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo, the governor of New York, signed into law an act that permits the nearly limitless abortion of a child in utero, even if the last moments before that child’s eyes see the light beyond the womb. Whereas:Other states in our Union may seek to follow this path. All life is sacred and that every person has dignity and worth. We are speaking of fully formed babies. We are speaking of human beings with fully formed hearts and lungs, eyes and mouths, hands and feet; utterly indistinguishable from our own children and grandchildren. Whereas: Life is sacred from the moment of conception. Now, Therefore, I, Kristi Noem, Governor of the state of South Dakota, do hereby proclaim May 4, 2019, as
A Day of Prayer and Fasting For All
Meanwhile, Noem has lost no time in expressing the hypocrisy of her faithless leader Donald J. Trump as he “cleans the swamp.” And the mostly evangelical Christian white women who are said to have voted for both Noem and Trump in great numbers are expected to cheer as one of the few female executives takes over the office of the South Dakota governorship in Pierre. These new women executives are part of the sweeping, new societal change we are experiencing. What is new about failing to understand that a woman who chooses to end an unwanted pregnancy is a human being and not just a potential “host for a fertilized egg?” What is new about failing to understand that if some law can prevent a woman from having an abortion, it can also force her to have one? What is new about failing to respect a woman’s civil rights? Every woman of child bearing age who reads this proclamation should know that she is the one who decides her own destiny, not a governor, a church, bureaucrat, a husband, Tinker Bell, or an egotistical billionaire. We talk all the time about “violence” against women, yet there is no movement more violent against women than the so-called “anti-abortion” movement which is the ultimate discrimination against the right to make human, personal decisions.
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