Michael Savage label Liberals as those who are suffering from mental disorders. Rush Limbaugh says, you shouldn’t seek to defeat them, but rather destroy them. Both are correct, but exposing the ideology behind their way of thinking will present them in a pitiful and pathic fashion.
Abortion advocates are attacking Texas’ abortion law that will take effect in a couple of weeks. The argument is the same as it was when State Sen. Wendy Davis made her infamous debut on the national stage. Even though the law ‘requires abortion doctors to have admitting privileges within 30 miles of the clinic, that they follow strict instructions for pill-induced medical abortions and only perform abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy if health of the mother is in danger or the fetus is not viable,’ liberals, bless their hearts, are under the impression, these rules will endanger women health and lives.
The lie is pitiful and pathic, especially when you consider this. When Davis was acquiring fame as a staunch abortion advocate, in Harris County, authorities, by way of a video, initiated a search for Jacob Davis, reportedly for brutally attacking a dog, setting it on fire and dumping it in a sewer. Davis was charged with animal cruelty.
What’s wrong with this picture? Have we become a society that will actively pursue animal rights and deny rights to a living and breathing human life. Why is there a need for a Child Protection Service, if society gets to pick and choose what is a child, or a human life?
Davis(Jacob), gets arrested, jailed, will stand trial for cruelty to an animal and eventually serve, either prison time, or probation time. Those who have abortions get to go home, heal and start the process all over again, without any consequences. Doctors who perform abortions get a license, get paid, reside in prominent neighborhoods, drive the most expensive, of expensive cars and stand ready to perform the next one.
What do the unborn baby get? Here’s a thought.
Why not erect a monument in every state capitol, to memorize all those who were denied the right to life. The size doesn’t matter, names are not necessary. Blankness would tell the stories. The inscription should read, ‘For Those Who Were Unworthy Of Life.’
Is that fair?