Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Warning...



...you may throw up in your mouth.  Some people never seem to listen to the other side.  I do.  I get what they are saying.  But for me, the question that must be answered is When does life begin?

When I couldn't answer that question, is when I became pro-life.

Listen to this whiney, selfish, pretend-adult getting paid to tell us disgusting details of his personal life on national TV.  He does not care when life begins.





I don't really care about your personal situation, Toure, but I wonder when do you think life begins?  Because it does not matter if you were ready, or if you were rich, or it was the wrong time of year.  If THAT was your justification, that could be used to justify killing your grown children.  "I lost my job, I was drinking a lot, it was not the right time for me.  So I looked my son in the eye and said, 'I'm not ready for you, the time is not right.'  And he was all, "Wait, what?"




Listen to this guy at the end, "Sometimes its okay to kill if its too crowded?"  The woman in the video is not going to change her mind after that?  That is what we are dealing with folks...

4 comments:

LL said...

Our national faith in the right to kill based only on a whim makes me lose faith in our ability to choose good leaders who make good decisions. The beliefs that made America great are no longer the beliefs of America, which is why we have Obama for two terms.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

It has to do with selfishness and nothing more.

Euripides said...

It's not all the fault of the low-information voters. They can only understand what they've been taught. I just finished teaching a lesson on Postmodernism, including my thoughts on how idiotic Postmodernist thinking is. However, the textbook, and most teachers, sing the praises of Postmodernism where there is no such thing as objective morality.

So Americans end up killing babies by creating an immoral concept of when life begins.

Faith Kopp said...

Please pass the barf bag. Yes, selfish...I want what I want WHEN I want it. If it is inconvenient, does not fit into MY plans, than I will just get rid of it. Sick, Sick, Sick.