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Abortion is a religion August 20, 2010

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, General Catholic, sickness.

Don’t believe me?  Go stroll around this site for a while – is there anything these women believe in more than the “right” of mothers to abort, terminate, murder, kill their children? 

My favorite post is the one where the woman tries to explain how to raise a pro-abort child

“You see, Johnny, sometimes mommies, like me, don’t want to have their children, so they go to see a “doctor” and they have the baby taken out.” 

 “What happens to the baby, mom?” 

“Well, they throw it away, or sometimes leave it to lie on the floor or on a table for a while.” 

 “Why do they do that?”

“Weeelllll…..because the baby is dead.  It dies when they take it out of the mommy.”

“So, did you ever have that done – have your baby taken out <sniffle>”

“Well, yes, I did.”

Johnny runs off sobbing and crying. 

Can you imagine that?  So the child learns he or she was just extraordinarily lucky, to have been conceived at the right time?   How on earth do you explain that to your child?  Why on earth would you want to?  Unless abortion truly is THE most important thing in your life?

How much of the efforts of radical pro-aborts are just desperate rationalizations for a horrid mistake made earlier in life?  Something they cannot live with as it really is, and so they have to turn it into something wonderful. 

How does one come to have this mindset?


1. FrDarryl Jordan - August 20, 2010

A lot of unnatural ‘cognitive reprogramming’ of rational instinct and conscience. But most never get that far. They’re simply controlled by baser instincts. After allowing lust of the flesh to override chastity, fear of responsibility destroys life and thus the capacity for charity. It’s unspeakably dehumanising to kill one’s own children and it first requires dehumanising oneself.

2. Cori Hyland - August 21, 2010

That’s right on, Father. Once someone gives up their own personhood, anything goes.

3. Subvet - August 21, 2010

When I lived in Connecticut a common bumper sticker in the area read, ‘If men got pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament.”

Having dealt with some true believers of a woman’s “right to choose”, I’d have to say it already IS a sacrament and anyone questioning it’s benefits gets worse treatment than someone caught stealing a Communion Host for desecration.

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