That pretty much sums it up. Apparently she says it doesn’t matter what they do or who they help – if they aren’t murdering babies they are not looked upon favorably by the current administration. What trash.
Clinton publicly rebuked the Conservative government of Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Harper wants to make maternal health the centerpiece of Canada’s initiative at the next G8 summit.
What could be wrong with that? Canada famously cares about her role in international humanitarian efforts. Canadians race to be first on the scene at international disasters like the recent Haitian earthquake or the Asian tsunami of 2004. Canadians can be justly proud of their record.
But Madam Secretary wasted no time in kicking the props out from under the Harper humanitarian initiative. “You cannot have maternal health without reproductive health,” she bluntly informed her Canadian hosts. “And reproductive health includes contraception and family planning and access to legal, safe abortion.”
Now, this is curious. When she was First Lady (ah, those were the days), Hillary Clinton said abortion is “wrong” (Newsweek, October 31, 1994). Now that she is Secretary of State in the most avidly pro-abortion administration in U.S. history, she not only thinks America must have abortion-on-demand, paid for by U.S. taxpayers, but she also thinks the Canadians should be scolded in their own capital city if they fail to promote abortion throughout the world.