It's been noted by many conservative authors that liberalism is like a religion, and abortion is the liberals' sacrament. Nowhere has that been better displayed recently than at the Texas capitol, where the Legislature has been debating abortion regulations in a special session called by Gov. Rick Perry.
The politicking about abortion in Texas has been heated for weeks as pro-abortion liberals fight desperately to block efforts to restrict abortion after 20 weeks and to toughen safety standards at abortion clinics.
Pro-abortionists across the nation have been on the ropes lately after the gory details of the Kermit Gosnell trial became widely known, despite the mainstream media attempts to ignore the case. Tales of bloody operating rooms, trophy body parts and brutal murders of newborns have shaken even some of the most moronically unquestioning abortion supporters.
So the hardest of the hard-core abortion troopers have been turning out in Texas, and as usually happens with fanatics, they can't resist revealing what they're really all about.
That became obvious Tuesday as, throughout the day, the pro-abortion crowd broke out into periodic chants of "Hail Satan!" in response to the presence of pro-life activists.
Texas blogger Adam Cahn has a video of one such outburst, in which a bunch of pro-abortionists chant "Hail Satan" in response to a church group singing "Amazing Grace." One demonstrator approaches the camera and sticks out her tongue as she says "Hail Satan!"
The pro-abortion mob has been making its presence known in other ways, by screaming from the gallery during debate, discussing on Twitter the legal ramifications of charging the floor and at least one assault on a police officer.
As usual, the liberals dragged any debate into the gutter, yelling "f--- you" and having little girls hold signs saying, "Stay out of my mommy's vagina." (Because abortion couldn't possibly have anything to do with the life of a child.)
Some on the Left are trying to downplay the pro-abortionists' behavior, using every excuse from "it was just a couple of people" (it wasn't) to "it was right-wing plants" (fat chance).
The reality is this is the Left at its most honest. This is the pro-abortion crowd letting you know where their allegiances really lie.