Girls Scouts promote pro-abortionist Wendy Davis

As if our falling birth rate wasn’t enough for insure the decline of the United States, let’s have the Girl Scouts praise pro-abortion politician Wendy Davis from Texas. There was a time when the Girl Scouts instilled values conducive to a decent life. Now the organization is becoming nothing more than an arm of the Progressive movement. Recall  Girl Scouts, the EPA and the ‘Forever February 11, 2011

 Green Pledge’

The Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) developed the campaign with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. But Michelle Tompkins, a spokeswoman for the national office of the Girl Scouts of the USA, told CNSNews.com the pledge was not a case of the organization aligning itself with the Obama administration.

“The pledge shown on our Web site is just…to show girls a possible way of advocacy, and there will not be – we won’t take sides either way on this matter,” she said. Surely you jest! Here is the Pledge (The pledge has been removed)

EPA Site :  Linking Girls to the Land–LGTTL partnership offers travel opportunities, funding, awards, resources, and trainings to support this vision.

The Girl Scouts of the United States of America has launched a campaign called Forever Green that included an online pledgegirls could sign, promising they would encourage public officials to pass emissions-reducing legislation

Getting back to my story:

The U.S. fertility rate fell to another record low in 2012, with 63.0 births per 1,000 women ages 15 to 44 years old, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It marked the fifth year in a row the U.S. birth rate has declined, and the lowest rate on record since the government started tracking the fertility rate in 1909. In 2007, the rate was 69.3. from Money.cnn

Weasel Zippers gives us this fine gem:

Because shouldn’t every young girl aspire to be a pro-abortion fanatic?

Via CNS News:

The Girl Scouts of America tweeted a link last month to a Huffington Post article and video panel discussion that praises pro-abortion politician Wendy Davis (D-Texas.)

The Girl Scouts of America tweet on Dec. 18 says, “Is there anyone you’d add to this list? Incredible Ladies Who Should Be Women Of The Year For 2013 http://huff.to/1cPjrlU via @HuffPostWomen.”

The Huffington Post article, “Incredible Ladies Who Should Be Women of the Year for 2013,” includes part of a HuffPost Live video panel discussion, and talks about “which woman was the definitive standard bearer for females in 2013,” and states that “[t]he ladies in contention ran the gamut from Beyonce to Wendy Davis to the millions of intelligent women airing their views on Twitter ….”

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‘Stupak 11′ Request $3.4 Billion in Earmarks the Day After Their Pro-Abortion Obamacare Vote

They have no shame. Sweep clean this November,sweep clean.

The 11 so-called pro-life democrats requested more than $3.4 billion in earmarks the day after they voted for Pelosi’s pro-abortion Obamacare bill.
The Sulight Foundation reported:

A day after Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., and ten other House members compromised on their pro-life position to deliver the necessary yes-votes to pass health care reform, the “Stupak 11″ released their fiscal year 2011 earmark requests, which total more than $3.4 billion–an average of $314 million worth of earmark requests for each lawmaker. *

Of the eight lawmakers whose 2010 requests were available for comparison, five requested more money this week than they did a year ago: Rep. Jerry Costello, D-Ill., Rep. Kathy Dahlkemper, D-Pa., Rep. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind., Brad Ellsworth, D-Ind., and Rep. Charles Wilson, D-Ohio.

The eleven members were the focus of high level pressure by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other top Democrats because they threatened to vote against the health care reform bill, which passed the House on Sunday, March 21, by a seven vote margin. Granting earmark requests are one of the ways leadership can encourage members to vote their way.

Stupak requested more than $578 million in earmarks, including $125 million for a replacement lock on the Sault Ste. Marie, $25.6 million to build a federal courthouse in Marquette, Mich., $15 million to repaint the Mackinac Bridge and $800,000 to preserve the Quincy Mining Company smelter near Hancock in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/03/stupak-11-request-3-4-billion-in-earmarks-the-day-after-their-pro-abortion-obamacare-vote/ It’s going to take more than this to save their sorry jobs come Novemeber.

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