The Cruel Irony of Hillary Clinton’s “Pro-Women” Stance

by Dr. John Sparks

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Hillary Clinton
The Center For Vision & Values
The Center For Vision & Values

Grove City, PA -( Hillary Clinton is campaigning that she, of all the candidates, is the one who is a “champion for women and girls” specifically because, among other things, she protects “women’s reproductive health” and “confronts violence against women.”

Her primary talking point is that she has worked 30 years for women and children. The media and various groups accept this claim without examining just how illogical it is and without considering the cruel irony.

Let’s look at Mrs. Clinton’s assertion that she is a champion of girls and women. Hillary Clinton is a Planned Parenthood, pro-abortion advocate. No one denies that. Her stance has become more and more strident. She no long uses the phrase of years ago that abortion should be “safe, legal and rare.” “Rare” is gone from that trio to be replaced by “publically funded.” She is advancing abortions. She is ardently pro-abortion.

Think about what this means. The number of abortions in the United States since Roe v. Wade is over 58,000,000. The distribution of boys to girls in live-birth statistics gives a slight edge to boys: 51 percent boys to 49 percent girls. Assuming that the sex ratio (boys to girls) for children aborted is roughly the same as for live births, this means that just under 29,000,000 girls have lost their lives to abortion since 1973. One can quibble about these numbers, but the fact remains that millions of girls’ lives have been snuffed out while they were still in the womb.

At least for these pre-born girls, Mrs. Clinton can hardly be said to be their “champion.” In fact, the policies that she advocates continue to make possible the taking of the lives of these innocents by the abortionists’ instruments of destruction—scalpels and suction.

If this is not violence against women, one has a hard time imagining why it isn’t.

For the unborn girls this is, of course, an unspeakable tragedy. They will never experience the safety of their mother’s or father’s arms. They will never have an infancy, a girlhood, a youth. They will never play as a tomboy with the neighborhood children, they will never learn to read or write, wear a frilly dress, sing a popular song, kick a winning soccer goal, or attend a prom. They will never graduate from high school, marry or themselves give birth to children. Those opportunities are irrevocably denied them, often because of the press of careers of their mothers, the irresponsibility of their fathers, and sometimes, mere inconvenience.

For American society, abortion is also an immeasurable loss. For these unborn women do not become our teachers, nurses, business leaders, civic volunteers, our scientists, astronauts, sports heroes, mothers, grandmothers, church members, etc. And they do not and cannot become our U.S. senators, secretaries of state, or even our presidents.

A society’s public policies and public officials should be evaluated by how they treat the most vulnerable of their citizenry. Unborn babies are the most defenseless of “cubs” who have no way to protest or grasp their maltreatment through the amniotic fluid that envelops them. Their hands cannot fight off aggressors nor are their voices able to cry for protection.

In the name of all that is decent, it is time to end this outrage. What is absolutely clear is that millions of girls have been deprived of their womanhood by the very ones who claim to be their “champion.”

Dr. John A. Sparks
Dr. John A. Sparks

What a cruel irony.

About the Author:

Dr. John A. Sparks is the retired Dean of Arts & Letters of Grove City College where he taught U.S. Constitutional History for 38 years. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan Law School and a Fellow of The Center for Vision & Values, Grove City College, Grove City, PA. He is a frequent contributor on U.S. Supreme Court developments.

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I think there will be an October surprise for Clinton, it will be arranged by GOD.


I’ll Pray along with you for deliverance, but I fear that the rejection and outright denial of God, the creator, and Jesus Christ, are Savior by some in this Nation may have doomed us all to a very bitter realization.


Correction: our Savior
Please excuse my error in spelling

Shawn Alexandre Grammont

Wow Hillary Clinton is ugly.

Grm reaper

The only reason Clinton would stick up for women is if it advanced her political position and wealth


Todays James O’Keefe – Project Veritas video # 3 shows a Dem. loyalist planning to ‘ Bully ‘ women holding signs at Trump rallies. Doing this gives national corrupt press contrived , faked footage to put on air. Sure , trust Hillary + cnn.