The skewed logic of Planned Parenthood abortion supporters
Pro-lifers are expected to gather outside Planned Parenthood in 47 states to expose their barbaric baby parts harvesting operation this weekend and the abortion advocates are fuming.
Desperate efforts are being levied to reel back losses abortion advocates sense in their blood thirst for child killing and none is so evident as what they are writing on the pro-life protest event page.
One such person called the national Protest Planned Parenthood event, “the most absurd anti-woman thing I’ve seen.”
Well, she certainly has a right to her opinion but outrage is a natural response to months of shocking video evidence about the callous way Planned Parenthood haggles with buyers for organs – human organs while the children they target are alive and kicking.
She continued, “Wld you prefer tissues go in the trash? I prefer the tissue become the light from the dark situation that a heartbroken woman endured.”
That ideology mimicked Nazi doctor Josef Mengele who saw the gassings of Jews as the only rational solution and argued that as the prisoners were going to be gassed anyway, there was no reason not to use them for medical experiments.
Then there is Sister Joan Chittister, O.S.B who is being hailed for the following statement:
“I do not believe that just because you’re opposed to abortion, that that makes you pro-life. In fact, I think in many cases, your morality is deeply lacking if all you want is a child born but not a child fed, not a child educated, not a child housed. And why would I think that you don’t? Because you don’t want any tax money to go there. That’s not pro-life. That’s pro-birth. We need a much broader conversation on what the morality of pro-life is.”
Okay…can we just take a breadth here. I mean, the one thing abortion advocates like to do is to diffuse from the real issue – is the child in the womb a human person or not? It is really simple.
Sister Chittister’s statement is just a distraction and very inaccurate. I have been around pro-choice, reproductive rights advocates or whatever they call themselves these days for 30 plus years. This is an old argument that has zero merit. To assume that pro-life people would want a child born, but not want that child to be nurtured, protected, fed, housed and loved is ludicrous. Their very premise is false. But, if you look at her statement, it is not philosophical at all, but political. She is advocating her political views of government as nanny and apparently, unless we all buy into that view, we are not pro-life.
Uh – NO!
Something the very judgmental sister is lacking in is cold hard facts. She does not know every pro-life person, millions and millions of us personally. She can have no way to know what we contribute to, work for, volunteer with and support. It is a long and empty sentence.
But, for the sake of argument, let’s apply her logic to say…pro-life pregnancy centers where women are given food and clothing and shelter. Would the good sister and her abortion loving supporters advocate for tax dollars to fund those places? I think not. And, when they oppose it, as they have, what does that make them?
I like to say, keep it simple. No matter how charitable or uncharitable others are, it does not give them a right to kill me. That standard is pretty scary.
I recall a time in our history when rape was not rape or it was scrutinized and examined to such a degree as to allow men to abuse women and children. A woman would be asked what she wore, how she talked, dressed, how late she was out, where she went, if she invited the man into her house. The implication was that she somehow asked for it. But, society was educated and was able to whittle down the experience to whether or not she had the right to say NO! Simple- she said NO!
But when it comes to the taking of a baby’s life, the child is not asked. Instead, we do this circle and dance around fringe talking points and refuse to acknowledge that abortion takes the life of a human person and in every other context that is called murder. Simple!
In the end, the suggestion that if Planned Parenthood does any good or some good or mostly good means we must put on blinders to the absolute evil they commit when they kill preborn babies and chop them up for medical experimentation is stunning.
Imagine for a moment that we argued that groups that fight dogs for sport can exist as long as they also operate animal shelters. Or that a child pedophile should be given a wink and a nob because ravaging his victim was only a “small percent” of what he did all day. Suppose we said that as long as a person murdered no more 3% of all the people he met, we would give him federal money and call him a “good person.”
Not going to happen you say?
Because- it has!