The Feminist Cult and Their Blood Sacrifice Abortion Rites

January 28, 2017
Updated December 3, 2021

ODP Staff

Language drives culture and attitudes as much as these underlying common understandings and perceptions are reflected in language.  Euphemisms serve as an effective barrier between a word’s true meaning, and what we might prefer, or find more “comfortable.”

Just as layers insulate us from cold weather, layering the global pastime of blood sacrifice in a plurality of euphemisms protect us from thinking too much about what, if done in daylight even to a dog, would be an unspeakable atrocity.

Fetus slaughter is given a more neutral term, “feticide” which is in turn wrapped in another euphemism “abortion.”  Some might still see that for what it is, and so it becomes simply “choice.”   And now an extremely ugly business is both out of sight, and out of mind.  What’s more,  only “bullies” and “zealots” could ever be opposed to “choice.”

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“Affordable” Care

January 7, 2017
Updated July 20, 2020
ODP Staff

Before the Clintons stunk up the White House the first time, the average family paid $1400 for the best care available anywhere in the world.  No, not per month, but for an entire year!  The math works out to $116.00 per month*.
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Before Nancy Pelosi informed us that first we must “pass the bill” to “see what’s in it…” my own care ranged from a few hundred dollars per month for the entire family.  Once that big Christmas Present from Democrats was delivered, my own contribution on my company offered plan went from $420 per month deducted to over $1600.  And ultimately during a period of employment gap that followed, I was offered the “opportunity” to retain coverage for my family, while unemployed for “only” $1700 per month!

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