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A stupid thing to say? Yes, but not as stupid as . . .

The Lt. Governor of South Carolina, Andre Bauer, was foolish to equate feeding poor people with the breeding of animals, but several things should be noted.

1. It is nowhere near as awful and perverse as it is for pro-abortion advocates to promote abortion as a solution to having less poor people (Uh, yeah, I suppose if you crush and dismember human beings they won’t be poor.  They’ll be dead.  It works inside of the womb and outside.  It is just grossly immoral.).  It is morbidly ironic to see fake Christian pro-aborts use the words of Jesus to grandstand against Bauer.  They are always so generous with other people’s money, but rarely with their own, and always willing to let innocent human beings die if they are in someone’s way.

2. He sounds very tame compared to Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood.  Anyone criticizing him is also attacking the founding principles of PP.  They have been very successful in destroying black people, killing more in a day than the KKK has in their existence.  The black abortion rate is 3x that of whites.  That doesn’t bother some people.

Eugenic sterilization is an urgent need … We must prevent multiplication of this bad stock.

Instead of decreasing and aiming to eliminate the stocks that are most detrimental to the future of the race and the world, it tends to render them to a menacing degree dominant … We are paying for, and even submitting to, the dictates of an ever-increasing, unceasingly spawning class of human beings who never should have been born at all.

3. The most shrill critics of Bauer will be the ones who are skilled at giving away other people’s money and calling it charity on their part.

4. No one wants kids to go hungry, but the school breakfast and lunch programs are just an encroachment of the nanny state to convince parents that they aren’t really responsible for feeding their kids.  Food stamps can pay for breakfast and lunch, right?  If parents don’t feed their kids then hold the parents accountable.  But you don’t have to have the state provide all their meals. 

These Liberals just make problems worse in their never ending quest for utopia, even if it involves legal destruction of innocent human beings to ensure “sexual freedom.”  News flash: If you want utopia, then repent & believe and you’ll eventually find it.  But don’t think it will happen in this life.  Use some logic to anticipate the logical consequences of government actions.

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Pro-choice and pro-slavery reasoning

This is a rerun from 2007.

pro-choice-baby.jpgA couple readers were offended by one of the points in the Nancy Pelosi and bad pro-abortion reasoning post, so I thought I would clarify and expand on those thoughts.  Here is the offending section:

Ms. Pelosi also uses this poor reasoning to defend abortion:

“If you don’t want an abortion, you don’t believe in it, [then] don’t have one. But don’t tell somebody else what they can do in terms of honoring their responsibilities,” Pelosi adds.

Slave-owners used the same argument: “If you don’t like slavery, don’t own slaves.”  But of course both arguments make a major, unproven assumption, namely that another human being isn’t involved in the equation.   

The most important thing to note is that I never said pro-choicers were pro-slavery.  I merely pointed out that slave-owners used bad pro-slavery reasoning that ignored the humanity of the slaves, and pro-choicers who use similar reasoning are ignoring the humanity of the unborn.   If people understand what I am saying there and are still offended, then I’m prepared to live with that.

It is a well documented fact that both pro-legalized abortion and pro-slavery people have used this type of reasoning on an extensive basis:

  • “It is acceptable, because they aren’t fully human.”
  • “If you don’t want one, don’t have one.  Don’t impose your moral values on me.”
  • “They are better off this way, otherwise they may be unwanted, poor or disabled.”

Slavery and abortion both deny the humanity and dignity of living human beings who have beating hearts and can feel pain. 

Slavery was once legal in the United States, but it was always immoral.  Abortion is currently legal, but it has always been immoral. 

When one human being gets to decide whether an innocent human being has enough worth to live freely – or to live at all – profoundly bad things happen.