Buttigieg Touts Less Government, but only when it’s about Abortion and Infanticide

Guest Piece by Karen Kataline

The View‘s Meghan McCain recently sought a clearer answer from Mayor Pete Buttigieg about his position on late-term abortion. She asked him where he drew the line and whether his position included a baby actually being born:

Buttigieg:  We live in a country where it is extremely important that no one person should have to be subject to some other person’s interpretation of their own religion.”

I wondered whether Mayor Pete thought religious freedom equally applied to say, Jack Phillips’ right not to be forced to create a custom cake for a gay wedding.  Sure enough I found a piece in the Washington Free Beacon, entitled, “Mayor Pete Will Make you Bake the Cake.”

McCain pressed again, and the Mayor of South Bend answered with rhetoric that sounded like a limited government conservative:Buttigieg: My point is that it shouldn’t be up to the government official to draw the line. It should be up the woman who is confronted with that choice.

McCain: So if a woman wanted to invoke infanticide after a baby is born, you’d be comfortable with that?

Buttigieg: … I don’t know what to tell them morally about what they should do. I just know that I trust that her decision isn’t going to be any better, medically or morally . . . because the government is telling her to do it a certain way.

He gave an almost identical answer in a televised Town Hall with Chris Wallace.

Candidate Buttigieg who is ordinarily so comfortable sermonizing to his Leftist flock couldn’t bring himself to say that it is immoral to kill a baby after it’s born.

I’ve always found it perplexing that the Left’s strong support for Obamacare never included any of this faux passion for freedom and restraint of government when it comes to actual health care.  They were more than happy to cheer for government dictates, bans and demands when it was about your heart, lungs, spleen and appendix because, “healthcare freedom” to them, begins and ends with abortion. Note to Leftists: Abortion is not “healthcare.” Neither is infanticide.

As all Democrats and Leftists should, Pete Buttigieg should be held accountable for his twisting of basic principles and of the language itself. He should also be confronted on his minuscule appreciation and understanding of one of our most fundamental constitutional principles of limited government.

A national discussion about Socialism vs. Capitalism is long overdue in these United States. It will be essential as a centerpiece of this year’s Presidential campaign. We have a vital role to play by applying the Left’s language to their own hypocrisy and to illustrate that freedom has much more to do with life than with death.

Karen Kataline is a commentator, columnist & talk show host. She holds a Master’s Degree from Columbia University and is a frequent guest host on AM Talk Radio.

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5 thoughts on “Buttigieg Touts Less Government, but only when it’s about Abortion and Infanticide

  1. Jimmy MacAfee - February 18, 2020

    Buttplug is a hypocrite, through and through.

    I guess he’s one of those people who thinks children 12-14 should be able to make their own “sexual choices,” (i.e. choices forced upon them by adults who take advantage of them?) Does he think boys and girls should be “free” to “choose” a lifestyle imposed upon them by adults? Anyone who has been molested knows how much this affects the psyche. Is he OK with that? I doubt we’ll get a real answer from this squid.

    Does he think a 12-14 year old girl should be able to “choose” abortion, thereby protecting the monster who got her pregnant to begin with (as demonstrated by Planned Parenthood’s protection of abusers?)

    He’ll have some Justin Truduhh-like answer to that, too – he’s informed by his ideology, after all. No deep thoughts there! Just a walking ideology machine, a squid dressed in a man-suit. POS.

  2. Jimmy MacAfee - February 18, 2020

    The man is a moral vacuum.

    1. Gregg - February 18, 2020

      Of course he is, after all, he is a (D), and ALL (D) pols, and their vocal supporters live in a moral vacuum. Anyone who is honest, ethical and moral should #Walk (RUN) Away.

      Anyone who somehow stays and supports the Dems for any reason are part of the problem.

  3. Jimmy MacAfee - February 19, 2020

    Anytime a Dem refers to Freedom of “Choice,” a baby dies.

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