Being prolife means trying to prevent unnecessary death after birth too

Being prolife means trying to prevent unnecessary death after birth too June 3, 2016

I realize this is blasphemy against the two Great Commandments of Movement Consesrvatism (“You shall hate Obama with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength” and “You shall hate those who do not hate Obama as you hate Obama”) but the reality is that he gives a perfectly rational reply to the great lie that is the bread and butter of the Gun Cult. It’s been eight years and the Great Confiscation prophesied again and again by the Wrong About Everything Party has never occurred and never been attempted. A smart person thinks, “If they’ve been this wrong about this, why should I trust their prophesies about the Great Gun Confiscation for the next eight years?” Folly says “I refuse to listen to facts and reason and choose to fuel myself with paranoid fantasies. Future Hitlery and her Great Confiscation of My Precious Gun are more important that the absolute certainty of 33,000 more dead by 12/31/16.”

To be prolife is to ask first “How can we prevent needless death of innocent human life from conception to natural death.” If your first and last response to needless slaughter is not “What can we do to reduce the death toll?” but “Don’t touch my precious gun!” (when nobody is coming to take your precious gun) you care more about your precious gun than human life.

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