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The minions of the Culture of Death will be holding a little sales faire to sell the lie that killing children is “like removing wisdom teeth“. (Personally, I’m pleased as punch that these marketing geniuses have chosen to liken this crime to excruciating and tedious dental surgery since, you know, way to sell it, kids.) That said, the moral stupidity of the equation remains as ugly as ever.

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  • Newp Ort

    They are likening the safety and frequency of abortion to pulling wisdom teeth, not comparing the morality of the two. That isn’t a lie.

    • Liam

      Safe for who?

      • Newp Ort

        Precisely! That’s the point isn’t it? Killng of a human being, not quibbling over wisdom teeth vs abortion.

        This is what I don’t get about the whole pro-life movement. Let’s argue over whether abortion gives you cancer!

        If abortion cured cancer it’d still be killing a human being.

        • Rebecca Fuentes

          True, but I don’t think there is anything wrong with pointing out that, in addition to being the vile murder of the most innocent and defenseless, the claims of the abortion industry that it is safe and healthy for women are false, false, false. Their constant platform is that abortion is just like any other type of healthcare, and is therefore beneficial. It is not.

        • Liam

          I agree that getting lost in abortion’s side effects can lead to ridiculous positions. On the other hand, people have a right to know the consequences of their actions, especially regarding medical decisions. I don’t want women to have abortions, but I also don’t want women who have abortions to get cancer. If that effect is being ignored due to a conflict of interest, someone needs to speak up.

          • Newp Ort

            But both sides have conflicts of interest. One side, it’s safe as milk, the other it will ruin your health and life. None of this stuff is clear and both sides are willing to lie about it or believe and promote the flimsiest evidence that it’s tantamount to lying.

            • Liam

              We should ignore liars on issues they are prone to lie about. I don’t see why that prevents us from investigating matters that are unclear and focusing on information that might otherwise be ignored.

    • wlinden

      So if it is no graver than removing wisdom teeth, why do they keep haranguing us for being so unfeeling as not to realize what a “difficult decision” it is?

  • Liam

    It’s just like removing wisdom teeth… therefore parental consent is required.


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