Thursday, May 08, 2008

Taking A Bold Stand For The Rights Of The Weakest Among Us


As one commenter said:

Funny how this young black man of 2008, expounding on a 7 to 2 ruling by the Supreme Court in Roe v. Wade sounds EXACTLY like the white southern slaveholders of 1858 expounding on a 7 to 2 ruling by the Supreme Court in Dred Scott v. Sanford. “Slaveholding/ abortion is a Constitutional right! And that means you have no right to challenge it!”

Another commenter asks:

Why do gay people even care about a abortion? Isn’t it kind of an academic issue for them?

Well, no, of course it is not an academic issue for them. Abortion is absolutely necessary to secure the ontological separation of sex and procreation. The "right" to sodomy is constructed on the very graves of the unborn.

However, I do not in any way blame gays for creating the overall predicament. It was heterosexuals who first severed the link through their embracement of contraception.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Couple of years ago when I learned about Planned Parenthood Margaret Sanger's "Negro Project" I was astounded to learned that so many Black and African-Americans eternally vote to continue Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger's "Negro Project".

For crying our loud! A black Methodist minister endorsing Barack Obama who voted to continue the practice of sucking out babies brains all the while Obama's Rev Wright preaches how the US government gave AIDS to black people???

I do not understand why religious institutions are going along; I suppose the Government's Golden Entitlement Coins are just too alluring for many houses of worship for them to practice their faith.

I'm not saying that all houses of worship do this ie., collect the Gold Coins forsaking God however they exist in numbers greater than we are told.