More insanity from darling of the teahadist conservative movement:
Anti-choice Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.) just filed an anti-choice amendment to a bill related to agriculture, transportation, housing, and other programs. The DeMint amendment could bar discussion of abortion over the Internet and through videoconferencing, even if a woman’s health is at risk and if this kind of communication with her doctor is her best option to receive care.
Under this amendment, women would need a separate, segregated Internet just for talking about abortion care with their doctors.
Putting aside the usual hypocrisy of conservatives allegedly being the party of smaller, less intrusive government, and putting aside the hypocrisy of DeMint and company spending the last three years falsely screaming that Obamacare puts government in between you and your doctor, how is this in anyway constitutional? How can government make a law telling you what you can talk about?
These fetus fetishists are just sick, evil people.