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False teacher Chuck Currie’s Ongoing Racism Problem

Race-baiting Chuck “Jesus is not the only way” Currie took a break from taking little girls to gay pride parades to do some more hypocritical race-baiting (must have been on his DNC to-do list today) — via The Tea Party’s Ongoing Racism Problem.

Tea Party members in New Mexico attached a Confederate battle flag to their float in a local parade.  People of faith must continue to condemn this extremism and demand that no one use race or religion or sexual orientation as a tool to divide people.

Remember, Chuck is the guy who is so pro-abortion that he thinks the government should confiscate money from taxpayers to pay for abortions.  And he knows that will increase the ratio of black abortions to whites beyond the current 3-to-1 ratio.  If wanting more dead black babies isn’t racism, I don’t know what is.  In fact, I’m certain that those babies would be less offended by a flag than have their skulls crushed and their limbs ripped off.

But Chuck & Co. don’t care about real people, they care about scoring cheap political points.

“It isn’t black and white”

The title is one of the most common excuses I get when presenting pro-life reasoning.  I often hear it after making these two simple claims:

1. Scientific claim: The unborn are human beings from fertilization.  Therefore, abortion kills an innocent human being.

2. Moral claim: It is immoral to kill innocent human beings for 99% of the reasons given for abortion (i.e., everything except to save the life of the mother).

The reasoning is simple and sound, and I always invite them to explain where they are in error.  That is when I typically get the “it isn’t black and white!” cop-out.

I’ve noticed that they never use the “black and white” claim when advancing same-sex marriage, trashing religious freedoms to force employers to pay for birth control and abortifiacients, pro-union propaganda, anti-school choice, universal health care, etc.  That tells me that they aren’t arguing on principle but are merely wedded to their pro-abortion worldview.