16 March 2007

If there's nothing to feel guilty about...

Then why would she need encouragement? Jon Sanders over at TownHall has a tongue-in-cheek look at a not-so-tongue-in-cheek problem in America: the fact that, no matter what the Hillary's and Obama's may tell you, there actually IS a downside to abortion, and not just from the baby's point of view. The article deals with
an Oakland, Calif., nonprofit called "Exhale" [which] is offering "a series of electronic greeting cards that concerned friends and relatives can send to a woman after she chooses to have an abortion." For example, one card tells the woman she "did the right thing." Another "expresses sympathy, offering the gentle reminder that, 'As you grieve, remember you are loved.'" (For some reason — probably just an oversight — there's no sympathy card for the father.)
AS YOU GRIEVE???? Gee, do you think there's a reason the woman is grieving? Could it be the fact that she has just been manipulated by less-than-well-intentioned Feminazis duping her into thinking she was having a "mass of tissue" removed? Albeit a "mass of tissue" that had arms, legs, a heart...

The pro-abortionist will argue that a child isn't a child until it is "viable" (i.e., the child can live on its own, independent of the womb). Well, there's just one problem with that. Read any biology or psychology book, and they talk about "fetal development" in the same breath as "human development." So what does that tell me? That in the womb, a child is not a "mass of tissue," but rather a human being in the fetal stage of development, much the same as a 14-year-old boy is a human being in the adolescent stage of development. Then, they will say, "Does that fetus look like a child?" Answer: YES! That "fetus" looks like a child in the fetal stage of development!!!

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