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- n. an abortionist
- n. a pregnant woman who receives an abortion
- n. a person who advocates abortion
- n. a long-range Zeppelin bomber
- n. a Vietnam veteran returning to the United States, used by war opponents
- n. a saloon, used by the Temperance Movement
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Jesus would not have advocated for spitting on people, falsely accusing people (socialist, communist, non-citizen, nazi, baby-killer, etc.), hateful signs, mailing condoms and nooses to elected officials all in the name of anti-big-government.
It was still raining when we got outside and we pushed through the boisterous crowd of protesters that castigated me with screams of baby-killer and murderer.
Or would your story be that he is he a baby-killer?
So the Republican Rep. who shouted “baby-killer” at Stupak should have yelled, “the timing of this $750,000 grant that go to what appears to be a worthy project seems kind of suspicious tome!”?
Most Americans do not accept that calling Bart Stupak a “baby-killer” is accurate (or the act of any sensible, decent person).
So the Republican Rep. who shouted “baby-killer” at Stupak
I feel sorry for Mr. Stupak, because he committed the relatively minor sin of choosing nasty playmates — the kind who will ride you until you are of not use to them any longer, at which point they scream “baby-killer” at you on the House floor (anonymously, of course) — and became disproportinately tarred by the association.
But after attending plenty of anti-Iraq War rallies, I can't recall a single person wielding the "baby-killer" or "war criminal" charge in the way that is typically assumed -- to indict your average enlisted soldier.
For all his trouble, Bart Stupak was greeted with calls of baby-killer last night.
For those who are planning to brand me as some kind of fascist monster baby-killer over the next few weeks, here is a formal Gadget statement for you: