Update: Looks like radical pro-abortionist Chuck had two reasons to pretend to be mad at Gosnell. Apparently the Left realized they were going to have to say something, so they gave talking points to fakes like Currie. This is part of plan B, where they pretend to be outraged at Gosnell’s “excesses” (read: What Obama and Planned Parenthood advocate and do every day) then turn to attack the pro-lifers — because what Gosnell did is obviously our fault!
I love it when I can goad radical pro-abortionist, false teaching Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie into posting something. He is such a loyal reader and kindly reacted to this post. Watch him pretend that abortionist Kermit Gosnell is a really, really, bad, sinful guy because he performed abortions a mere 30 seconds too late: The Sins Of Kermit Gosnell.
What would make the stituation worse? Forcing women back into the allies and dark rooms of pre-Roe vs. Wade where medical care was not safe or accessible.
That is one of the Left’s favorite lies. Most abortions were in well-lit doctors’ offices back then. The “back alley” types still do that anyway, regardless of whether it is legal.
And no one is forcing women to have the abortions — er, uh, except in China, but you won’t hear Chuck & Co. complain about that or about the tens of millions of females killed in gender-selection abortions, and except when the “loving” boyfriends and parents pressure women to have abortions.
That is exactly that GOP wants:
During the first three months of 2013, legislators in 14 states introduced provisions seeking to ban abortion prior to viability. These bans fall into three categories: measures that would prohibit all abortions, those that would ban abortions after a specified point during the first trimester of pregnancy and those that would block abortions at 20 weeks after fertilization (the equivalent of 22 weeks after the woman’s last menstrual period, the conventional method physicians use to measure pregnancy). All of these proposals are in direct violation of U.S. Supreme Court decisions.
Yea! More lives saved! And note how that makes a radical pro-abortionist like Chuck sad.
Legislators in 10 states have introduced proposals that would ban all, or nearly all, abortions. In eight states (AL, IA, MS, ND, OK, SC, VA and WA), legislators have proposed defining “personhood” as beginning at conception; if adopted, these measures would ban most, if not all, abortions.
Woo-hoo! I love it when more lives are saved. Chuck is having a sad time because not enough lives are destroyed by abortions. Yet he poses as a Christian “reverend.” Right.
And they are persons at conception! It is a scientific fact (and basic common sense) that a new human being is reproduced at fertilization (check out any mainstream embryology textbook). It is simple moral reasoning that it is wrong to take the life of an innocent human being without proper justification, and that is what happens during 99% of abortions. The situations surrounding abortions are psychologically complex (pressures on the mother to abort, economic concerns, etc.) but morally simple (you don’t kill unwanted humans outside the womb for those reasons, so you shouldn’t kill them inside the womb for those reasons). Their size, level of development, location and degree of dependency are not reasons to ignore their right to life.
Kermit Gosnell does appear to be a monster, a criminal.
That’s exactly right, but Chuck thinks it is because he didn’t keep his abortuary tidy enough. That hardly makes someone a monster.
Remember, if the babies had been killed just 30 seconds earlier Chuck would have fought not only for the right to kill them but for you to have to pay for it!
We need to make sure the GOP does not create a market of more people like Kermit Gosnell to take advantage of women seeking professional care.
Uh, who created the market for Gosnell?! The Left! Which is why there is a media blackout on the case!
And killing unwanted human beings is not “care.”
At the same time, we need to continue to work together – whatever our views on abortion – to reduce the need for abortion by making comprehensive sex education available, by expanding the availability and affordability of contraception, and by expanding funding that support mother’s and families that decide to keep children (along with adoption programs). No one should be forced into deciding to have an abortion because of financial considerations.
Again, no one is forced to have abortions for financial reasons. And comprehensive sex ed is a joke. If it was truly comprehensive, noting the diseases, emotional trauma, failure rates of condoms, Planned Parenthood abuses, etc. I’d be all for it.
Chuck can read the script and pretend to be outraged at Gosnell, but he’s just lying. Again.
Update: I noticed that Chuck added this to his post about the apostate UCC and his views:
affirms the sacredness of all life, and the need to protect and defend human life in particular;
That is a spectacular lie for a group that supports the Democrats’ platform of unrestricted, taxpayer-funded abortions.