January 21 is Ask Them What They Mean When They Say ‘Choice’ Blog Day and I’m writing some posts for it tonight, which I’ll upload later. I only found out about the event this afternoon, so I’ve got my writing work cut out for me. Did some research and drank some coffee. Now I’m going to eat some dinner and put some thoughts together. See you tomorrow! If you’ve got a blog, why don’t you join us?
“Ask Them What They Mean When They Say ‘Choice’ Blog Day” Jan 21 2011! Read more.
So, let me get this straight: some people think abortion is wrong because it…hurts…the fetus. And other people think abortion isn’t wrong because they think it…doesn’t…hurt…the fetus. :O
I’m sorry but that is one of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard! Well, two of the stupidest things I’ve ever heard. Ever! I’ve read this several times now on different blogs, websites, in pamphlets. I’ve heard people say this stuff. And women have actually stopped and wondered if maybe they shouldn’t abort. Because. After all. It might. Hurt. The baby. Continue reading
She stood in the parking lot outside Planned Parenthood, talking with us (40 Days for Life vigil participants). She was trying to convince us, herself, somebody, that abortion was nobody’s business but the person making the decision. “It’s between them and their God,” she said.
What God is that, I wondered. Continue reading
Obama is growing impatient to put Dawn Johnsen into office and may go so far as to appoint her during recess, in order to get around those who oppose her nomination. He doesn’t want politics to get in the way, he says. Oh, that is rich. And the best part? The current nomination is for Assistant Attorney General, but radical militant pro-abortion advocate Johnsen could also be on the way to a seat on the Supreme Court. How’s that for a slap in the face to every pro-life citizen in the country? Read the full story at LifeNews.com: Dawn Johnsen May Receive Recess Appointment, Perhaps Supreme Court Seat.
I watched a very short video tonight after arguing with some people on YouTube about embryonic stem cell research, the right to life of every human being, and why embryonic stem cell research is a waste of valuable time, money, and effort, and intrinsically immoral and unethical too. (The “donors”—the embryos—are destroyed to get the stem cells. Adult stem cell research has been very positive and does not result in the death of the donor.) I think part of the problem is, some folks just don’t know what the heck an embryo is. Or a fetus, for that matter. Some of them can’t tell the difference between a cell (which is much more complex than most people realize) and a developing human being, which is what an embryo is and what a fetus is too. Continue reading