Roe v Wade Roundup

“Ask Them What They Mean By ‘Choice’” Blog Day

The idea is simple. Any time any of us reads pro-aborts spouting their obscure “choice” rhetoric on a blog, website, Facebook, or Twitter, we call them out on it. We ask them to explain what the “choice” is.

Is it to eat carrots rather than broccoli? To wear red instead of blue? No, of course “choice” is code for killing babies. What’s their problem with the A-word?

Yes, this is a shameless scheme to suck oxygen out of the pro-aborts’ social media universe, to deny them any time whatsoever to support abortion without defending it.

Pro-lifers don’t help people after birth? Nonsense. As I’ve noted many times, pro-lifers do way more for the women before and after birth (and even post-abortion) than pro-legalized abortionists do.  They do it with their own time and money.

But note that they aren’t obliged to do so.  When the pro-aborts reflexively spout the “pro-lifers don’t help” canard, ask if they could speak out against infanticide even if they weren’t willing to adopt the children.

Also, if they are truly pro-choice and not pro-abortion, they would have the same obligation to help after birth.

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Regulators Ignored Killer Abortion Doc: Grand Jury – the pro-legalized abortionists hope this story goes away soon.  They try to feign outrage but they bitterly fight for the right to destroy the children just before birth.  How can they be so shocked that someone will finish the job when the abortion fails to deliver a dead baby?

What should be highlighted, but isn’t, is the faux outrage from the pro-choicers about this “doctor.”  Of course we know what he did was beyond reprehensible.  But their view is that his real crime was not doing the abortions right the first time.  Had he killed the babies literally minutes earlier everything would have been fine with them.

It is just another name for infanticide:

When Ruth Bader Ginsburg writes that partial-birth abortion (performed by delivering the baby in the breech position, stabbing it in the head with scissors with the neck lodged in the cervix, suctioning its brains out, and then delivering the corpse that had been alive moments earlier) is a constitutional right, she sanctions the murder of babies who have already been born – because those babies are no more human, no more special, than the ones who are fair targets.  As Abby Johnson wrote in her new book, “Unplanned”, while assisting in an abortion,

“But this time, the image was complete  I could see the entire, perfect profile of a baby. It looks just like Grace at 12 weeks, I thought, surprised, remembering my very first peek at my daughter, three years before, snuggled securely inside my womb.  The image before me now looked the same, only clearer, sharper.”

Respecting human life is not an optional part of a civilised society, which is why the “pro-choice” language is so fallacious.

Ironic title of the year from the Huffington Post (yeah, it is early in the year, but this one may still be tops come 12/31): Remember Roe v. Wade — and Stop the Violence (it was a pro-abortion piece, of course).  Uh, yes . . . the violence . . .

The comments there were a litany of bad pro-abortion bumper sticker reasoning.

These are simple, essential ways to protect women’s health. Thank you! It’s baffling to me that a simple medical procedure produces so much violence and controvers­­y.

This procedure kills an innocent human being. That is a scientific fact.

It’s hard to believe that we still have to fight for our right to reproducti­­ve freedom.

That is an argument against someone saying you shouldn’t have the right to use birth control. In the case of abortion, one has already reproduced a human being. So this has nothing to do with reproducti­ve freedom.

Link arms shout out loud, stay away from my medical decisions! This is mine, my family and my doctors business.

As with nearly all pro-abortion arguments, this ignores the unborn human being who gets destroyed.

Amanda Marcotte: Hey, let’s blame another mass murder on conservatives – You have to be super-duper-pro-abortion to try and pin the Philly doctor murders on pro-lifers.

How much evidence do we need to know that a “No strings attached” sex culture will lead to pain, misery and death?

6 thoughts on “Roe v Wade Roundup

  1. “Standing Up For Women’s Health 38 Years After Roe”

    This is a blog post title on the ACLU’s blog site. I find it incredibly manipulative how the pro-abortion advocates have shrouded the issue to make it appear as though pregnancy is a disease in need of medical attention, like its really a health issue.

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