Pro Life for Dummies

I’ve thought of a new way to describe my view on abortion that is so easy to understand, even morons will get the point. That said, I am not trying to change your mind if you’re pro-choice… just stating my opinion and the pro-life position in a new way.

If a majority of people said that killing someone that annoyed them was ok, it should be made legal. That’s how democracy works. Because let’s face it, there are a lot of people that are a pain in my butt, and I sure wish they were dead. It would be great if I could kill them without having to be punished. Well, what if we decided it was unconstitutional to tell people they don’t have the right to kill annoying people, and then later we discover that only 27% of Americans believe I should be able to do it? Should the law be changed? Or should we keep it legal because “the government has no right to legislate my decision process.”?

Okay, that argument all sounds really ridiculous to any logical person. It’s ridiculous because it ignores the rights of the other person. Of course it’s ok to legislate people’s decisions if the decision they make is a crime. That’s why we have a legal system.

That is EXACTLY how ridiculous I think legal abortion is… I believe that the “fetus” is a human being, deserving of life, liberty, and equality under the law, and no one… not even your mother, is allowed to kill you. She might be allowed to beat the crap out of you and lock you in a closet for days at a time (hi mom) but, not actually KILL you.

When you put the argument into terms of one adult killing another adult, it points out the ludicrosity (is that a word?) of each and every defense of legalized abortion… Think about every argument you can come up with that abortion should be legal. Now, everywhere you would use the word “fetus” insert “Billy Joel” and see how legal you think it should be. (Insert someone else if you hate Billy Joel.)

Of course, in order for you to agree with me, you’d have to agree that a “fetus” is a human being.

If you don’t believe that, then your argument to keep abortion legal, although I completely disagree… is at least totally logical, which I can respect. Please, if you’re pro-choice… please tell me this is why, not that “we shouldn’t make people’s decisions for them” crap. We legislate people’s right to choose all sorts of things… you can choose to rob, murder, rape, etc., and if you do there are consequences.

If however, you DO believe that a “fetus” is a human being, and you STILL think abortion should be legal… that makes no more logical sense than my suggestion that we kill people that annoy us. Saying we shouldn’t legislate people’s right to choose their own way is not a logical argument, either, if the “fetus” a human being.

The entire pro-life opinion hinges on the idea that human life begins at conception. If you can prove to me scientifically that a fetus IS NOT a human life, or you can prove to me a SPECIFIC time when it changes from being a “fetus” to being a “human life” then I will gladly change my position.

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to do it, because it just isn’t the case. The only leg pro-choicers ever had to stand on was the viability argument, and the more advances we make in science, the earlier viability takes place. Now, despite the scientific realities, the far left has insisted on indoctrinating people that it is in fact the truth. They have to, because without that fact, they are self-proclaimed baby killers. The concept that the argument is about a “right to choose” is just smoke and mirrors used to distract from the real issue. Everyone has free will, and thus CAN choose to do whatever the heck they want. HOWEVER, society has a right to impose consequences on people that CHOOSE to do something that is wrong, which killing a baby most certainly is. I can go out tomorrow and shoot the first driver that cuts me off. Just because I can choose to do it does not make it right, moral, or just.

So stick that in your pipe and smoke it, homies.

  18 comments for “Pro Life for Dummies

  1. BJD
    November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: BJD I’ve been struck by the absurdity of legal aborion several times in hospitals that performed abortions. At one end, mothers who want their babies and are 10 weeks along talk about them as “babies,” and the staff talks about them as “babies” as well. At the other end, mothers who don’t want their babies and are 20 weeks along talk about them as…something, and the staff talks about them as “fetuses.” How can something be changed from a “baby” to a “fetus,” or a “fetus” to a “baby,” based on whether or not the mother wants it? If she changes her mind and walks to the other end of the hall, does that change the nature of the being inside of her? If I go from thinking my neighbor is great to thinking he is annoying, does that instantly confer on me a right to kill him? I once met a smart young woman who argued strongly against rape as an exception that should allow abortion. It turns out that her mother had been raped, and had decided that how her baby got there didn’t change who she was, and kept that little girl. She sure looked like a human being to me.

  2. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Kalisa Well said, Kathy 🙂

  3. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Kathy Well, I am pro-choice (but your choice can be NO.) I kinda hang my hat on the viability issue. I feel that abortion should only be allowed in the first trimester (no later than 13 weeks.)

  4. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: your incredibly adorable little sister Law of biogenesis. Enough said. Actually, I’ll say more. A lot of people who would never have an abortion but who are pro-choice accuse me of pushing my morals onto them by saying they can’t kill their babies. I’ve used a form of your argument before, saying that not all people think killing your neighbor is wrong. We impose our morals upon them, saying it’s wrong to kill your neighbor because…well…it is. We impose our morals onto pregnant women because…well…killing your baby is wrong. if everyone were to say “i think murdering my neighbor is wrong, but I’m not going to impose my morals upon someone else,” we’d have anarchy. Yeah, I guess i’m just rambling about the exact same thing as Incredipetey.

  5. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: “Lynne” I wish I was a messenger and all the news was good…I wish I was the full moon shining off your Camaro’s hood.

  6. HRT
    November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: HRT Ok this is my last “gloat” of the year.

  7. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Wendy I think abortion is not a good thing. Haven’t we talked about this like eight hundred million thousand times before? Just askin’….

  8. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Bindery Bitch General human behavior can’t be changed. It is impossible to keep the crack heads, welfare whores, and other scurge from fucking, and becoming pregnant. So lets all line up and adopt a crack baby!

  9. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Incredipete Well HRT, I think my position is pretty clear, but for the record… I think that 100% of abortions are wrong, immoral, and otherwise not nice. I would not make any exceptions. How’s that for swinging hard…

  10. HRT
    November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: HRT And before somebody else says it. Abortions to save the life of the mother account for lest than 1% of all abortions.

  11. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Incredipete It’s better to be safe than sorry, Judd. I’m glad you’re such a responsible guy. And I agree… it should be legal to kill the retards in Customer Service.

  12. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: JuddHole I’m wearing a condom now…

  13. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Incredipete And Lighty, before an egg is fertilized, I don’t believe you have a human being yet. It requires “conception” meaning it has to have both halves before it’s entitled to protection under the Constitution… you know… that part about life, liberty, and equality…

  14. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Incredipete Ok, use protection. I’m not Catholic… I think it’s the only wise course of action to take.

  15. K.
    November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: K. again But I do feel compelled to mention that I can’t stand when people don’t use ‘protection’ due to religious reasons, and then have 8 kids they can’t afford or pay adequate attention to. That’s willingly choosing to becoming a burden to society, and our world is so overpopulated already, dammit!

  16. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Kalisa I think condoms are a no-brainer; if you want to fuck someone and not have to kill a fetus, then use one. Stuff like that STOPS life from being created (99.9% of the time, so they say) while abortion DESTROYS life that’s already been made. I can respect how abortion bothers many people.

  17. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Lighty What’s your stance on condoms then? I believe that many pro-life (if not all pro-lifers) are hyprocrites because I’ve never heard anyone trying to eliminate the contraception market. If you are so concerned with the unborn, shouldn’t you take that fight to the ultimate level? After all, how many babies are prevented each year before it even gets to the abortion question?

  18. November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    AUTHOR: Christie I never thought about it like that. I guess if you think it’s a baby, the right to choose thing really doesn’t matter too much.

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