Andy Richter said he was “forever grateful for aborting” his child when his then-girlfriend (now wife) wasn’t ready for a baby.
So, Andy, you are forever grateful that you’re missing piece of your family’s life? For the older sibling your kids will never have because you and your wife made the most “convenient decision” to end the life of that unborn baby?
Holly Sheer, at the Federalist, writes:
Richter doesn’t find it difficult to support Planned Parenthood after his personal history with abortion, however, and he wasn’t shy about his feelings about pro-life people: “It’s easy. Planned Parenthood helps a ton of people, and if they don’t agree with that, f— ’em. You can quote me on that. Tell them I said, ‘F— ’em.’”
Hum… does that sound like a confident person?
As Sheer wrote:
People who are at peace and confident in their decisions don’t need to attack others. They can tolerate disagreement without rage. Pro-life people don’t seek to leave families without help and support, they desire the opposite: for all members of a family to be present and able to help. We want for all babies to have the chance to pursue their dreams, not just those lucky enough to be wanted.
You are missing a piece of your life Andy Richter, and I think you know that too.