Young girl’s sign at TX protest: “If I Wanted the Government in My Womb, I Would F*** a Senator!”

Young girl’s sign at TX protest: “If I Wanted the Government in My Womb, I Would F*** a Senator!”
Children are made to be obscene and not heard. -- Liberal mantra
Children are made to be obscene and not heard. — Liberal mantra

For those not sufficiently disgusted (or baffled) by the chants of “Hail, Satan” emanating from the pro-abortion crowd in Texas (Kevin Whiteman’s report on the bizarre counter-protest is here), a sign held aloft by a child who looks to be about 9 years old should give pause to even the most diehard (read: “civil”) liberal.

A photo of the sign appears at NRO’s The Corner courtesy of Betsy Woodruff (h/t Weasel Zippers). A friend of hers snapped the picture, in which the smiling child shares her message:

If I Wanted the Government in My Womb, I Would F*** a Senator!

This is a level of child exploitation so noxious that one suspects even Barack Obama (who has made a cottage industry of using children as human shields) would find it offensive.

Liberals are fond of accusing conservatives who oppose abortion of waging a “war on women.” Putting aside the ease with which that argument can be turned on its head, doesn’t placing a sign with a gross obscenity in the hand of a person of tender years constitute a very real “war on children”?


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