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I don't use them to offend; I use them to embellish.

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Slippery Slope

I've been watching the Texas Legislature with the current process to change abortion laws. It's been a battle between ideologies, but the majority vote will probably go to the passage of the changed laws.

One of the biggest contention points is the lowering of the current acceptable weeks of pregnancy where abortion is legal. Currently, the cutoff point is 24 weeks. The proposed cutoff point is 20 weeks,  which is an accepted point where a premature baby will not survive. Otherwise, it's an arbitrary point in reality, since the time of conception can be subjective. Otherwise, the actual time of pregnancy can be a longer, or shorter period of time.

So, what does this mean? It means that a human with a chance of survival with proper medical care might end up being killed with chemicals, and eventually expelled from the body of the pregnant woman.

I don't know about you, but I find this horrifying. Even more horrifying is the willingness of any medical professional to perform such a procedure for monetary gain. To add to this horror, people will stand in the public square and support this procedure.

What the hell has happened to our society? If you don't realize how complete a human is at 20 weeks, type in "20 week old baby" in a search engine and peruse the pictures. Take special note of those that were aborted. If you can honestly say you find nothing disturbing about this, you're a sick bastard. We don't need you in our society. Find the nearest tall bridge and jump off as soon as possible.


  1. I read the grand jury report against Gosnell word for word. It read like a ghastly Steven King novel with a big conspiracy theory thrown in as ALL the agencies looked away even as people were filing reports.

    In fact the ONLY reason he was ever stopped was because he was running a pill mill, writing fake prescriptions. Else he would still be jamming scissors in the necks of near full term babies born alive.

    After reading the report I'm convinced there is more to the abortion industry than "protecting women's rights". It's protecting big money. Thug money where no one dare report even the worst conditions and violations.

    There are some sick people behind the support of murdering babies.

  2. Gosnell should have been shot after the verdict.

  3. Too quick.
    "Snip" his spinal cord, eh?

  4. The older I get the more insane the world is revealed as....

    1. The media deliberately avoids reporting on many terrible things. It's part of their agenda and one of the reasons I actively avoid many outlets, their advertisers and promote not watching these outlets so they go out of business.

      The world IS insane, but much is due to the insanity is carried on unreported.