Classy Pro-Choicers Show True Colors

Did you guys follow all the abortion talk in Texas?

Imagine how outraged PETA members would be if people protested to go ahead and torture animals. I don’t understand the double standard. Why do people protest against human life? And why do they do it in the most vulgar way possible?

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  • Kelly Hoerter

    Regardless of our views on abortion, I think that we can all agree that a child holding a poster like the one on the far left in that photo is inappropriate. Not because of the pro-choice view, but because of the profanity and sexual reference. I personally try not to involve my children in “hot-button” issues like abortion, gay marriage, etc. They are children, and do not need to be caught up in debates, arguments, etc. Leave that to the grown-ups who are better able to understand what the issues are about.

  • TrueBlue

    Bristol, your own child used the f-word on television, and his behavior horrified Melissa Rivers on Celebrity Wife Swap. So if you want to understand vulgarity and children, look in the mirror.

    As for the pro-choice platform, many of us believe that abortion should be safe and legal in the early stages of a pregnancy, especially for women who were raped or choose to terminate for health reasons or because of severe fetal abnormalities. We would not chant “Hail Satan” and are not defined by “Doctor” Gosnell, who murdered babies born alive.

    I’m happy that you have the continued support of a wealthy family to raise your child out of wedlock, but if you’ve ever visited desperate women who live in a homeless shelter (as I have), who have no income, have children to feed, have no healthcare, and who where abandoned by sole-breadwinner husbands who developed crippling drug habits, then you’d perhaps have some sympathy for women who feel that an abortion might be an option and would seek one in her most desperate hour.

    • melory3

      All that tax-payer money that is spent on murdering babies, can be used to help these babies find safe homes. On one hand feminazis tell us women are strong and can do anything, on the other hand they tell us women are helpless victims, who have no choice but to murder their babies. What about personal responsibility. If you have sex, you should be ready for the consequences. Most abortions are done because of lifestyle choices and not because of rape, incest and health of the mother. Liberals already told us that abortion is like getting a hair-do.

      • Lisa M.

        How very interesting it is that only the woman is expected to bear the consequences of having had sex. If folks were as interested in legislating the “consequences of having had sex” for a man as they are for a woman, that MIGHT start to be a valid line of reasoning.

        As it is, I’m fascinated by the way that the rights of the woman become immediately invisible/irrelevant when compared to the “rights” of a clump of cells that might or might not actually develop into a human being. I’m sorry — the actual definition of a baby is a “very young child, esp. one newly or recently born.” That clump of cells is not a baby.

        • melory3

          The woman knew when she had sex that she is the one that may fall pregnant and not the man, so what are you whining about. Surely, in most of the cases the man did not force the woman to have sex. And no-one is ” legislating the consequenses of having had sex”. You can legally kill your unborn, so what are you complaining about.

          Abortion is legalized murder, immorality (murder in this case) legislated. You are not the victim, the unborn baby is the victim, it is not all about you, when did women become so selfish and cold that they justify killing their own, as if it is a battle between the woman and the defenseless baby and pro-lifers are so evil to take the side of the defenseless baby. Really, who can understand the twisted liberal mind.

          • Lisa M.

            Sorry, I’m not whining — I’m disagreeing. The man also knows when he has sex that the woman may fall pregnant. Unless you’re trying to say that every single man out there is a complete moron who doesn’t understand how his penis works?

            The man shares in the creation of the pregnancy, so why shouldn’t he share in its consequences — especially when, as most pro-lifers are so keen to say, they’re such a wondrous miracle?

            The problems with the rest of your post here (and pretty much all of your posts, actually) are that you:

            1) Are projecting your own emotions, motivations and judgments onto others;

            2) Appear unable to recognize any valid worldview beyond your own;

            3) Refer to a zygote/blastomere/morula/blastocyst/embryo as an “unborn baby,” which is either innocent ignorance on your part or sensationalized, manipulative misuse of language.

            I prefer to give the benefit of the doubt, so I’m assuming you use that sort of language out of innocent ignorance … however if you’re doing it deliberately as a means of manipulation, feel free to set me straight.

        • melory3

          “a clump of cells that might or might not actually develop into a human being.” I hate what the leftist indoctrinators have done to women!

          So what may that “clump of cells” develop into, a dog?

          • Lisa M.

            Sorry… I didn’t realize that you struggled with reading comprehension. That means that the zygote/blastomere/morula/blastocyst/embryo — whichever stage of development we’re discussing — might develop into a human being, or it might not continue developing at all.

            I posted a link to some non-politicized stats elsewhere in the comments for this post — here it is again:

            Of particular note: “Studies reveal that anywhere from 10-25% of all clinically recognized pregnancies will end in miscarriage. Chemical pregnancies may account for 50-75% of all miscarriages.” …of course, ‘miscarriage’ is just another name for ‘spontaneous abortion.’

      • TrueBlue

        Even if most abortions are “lifestyle choices,” there are some that are because a woman was raped or the mother’s health is in jeopardy. These abortions should be safe and legal, as should, IMO, abortions that are chosen (for personal reasons) by healthy women who are in the early stages of pregnancy.

        • melory3

          Yes you care for people more than anybody else, you always remind us of that, unlike those pro-lifers who side with defenseless babies, they are the real problem.