Do you shop at Jordan’s Furniture, Use the Gekko, or Heinz Ketchup, this may change your mind…

Last week we learned that Warren Buffett has donated $1.2B to pro-abortion causes.  

May 13, 2014, marks one year since Philadelphia abortion Dr. Kermit Gosnell was convicted of first-degree murder “in the deaths of three babies who were delivered alive and then killed with scissors at his grimy, ‘house of horrors’ clinic,” according to the Associated Press. Gosnell instantly became the face of abortion in the prolife community.

But there’s another, more recognizable face pushing abortion in the U.S. – liberal billionaire Warren Buffett. The so-called “Oracle of Omaha” has donated more than $1.2 billion to abortion organizations from 2001 to 2012.

That’s equal to the cost of roughly 2.7 million first-trimester abortions – more than twice the number of abortions that occur in an entire year in the United States. Unlike Gosnell, however, everything Buffett has done has been entirely legal. But Buffett does share something else in common with the abortionist. Both their stories have been largely unreported.

Are you pro-life and helping him fund this?  Check out the infographic to see.

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  • Vote3rdpartynow

    I thought the evil millionaire and billionaire 1 percenters only supported white capitalist causes that exploited the talents of women and minorities?  

    What kind of a sick puppy gives a freakin billion dollars to abortion groups?  I guess I can understand how someone can defend abortion, but to give a billion dollars toward the cause is sick.  

    But ya kinda see how it works, don’t you?  Buffett profited by the delay in the keystone pipeline, and in return he spends money on Obama’s favorite causes.  Tit for tat so to speak…..

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  • Well, I wouldnt call myself an atheist, for a lot of reasons not the least of which is that atheists are so often @$$holes.

    So I am agnostic? Know this religious right, there are many like myself, not particularly religious, who feel that human life is special.

    I have yet to hear a pro-abortion advocate argue that it is not a human life. If it is a human life he or she has rights. Those rights are inalienable. They are not granted by the crown and cannot be taken away by a majority vote or court decision.

    Look at the he founding fathers, some of whom were physicians, educated men, and more than one of the major players was a religious skeptic. Why would those people choose the words “Endowed by our creator” .

    Because my right to life, liberty and freedom of speech etc… exist. You can suppress my rights, but you can’t eliminate them. They come from a place that transcends government. If you’re a human and you’re alive you have inalienable rights.

    As far as the mother’s right to ‘not be pregnant’; This is the 21st century. We know where babies come from. You don’t have the right to snuff out a life for your own convenience. In my opinion all abortion arguments avoid the idea of personal responsibility.

    As a person who is not really religious, I would also like to say that the pro-abortion camp seems like a religion unto itself sometimes.