Ack! You can delete that comment, I'm on my laptop now so I'll try to say it again in a more coherent manner.There's something weird about that site. There's a guy who's been going around making the suggestion that anti-choicers be killed in a kind of counter-strike. I first came across him at BBW, but he was also posting the same thing at Pharyngula the other day. I suspect he's an anti-choicer trying to make pro-choicers look bad. Calls for violence are unnecessary, wrong and stupid.
Yeah, I found the link in the comments at Suzy All-Caps.I've read some of it. I don't know that s/he is an anti-choicer. I'll read more.
"Thou Shalt Not Kill....Sometimes" "Men never commit evil so fully and joyfully as when they do it for religious convictions" -- Blaise Pascal "Thou Shalt Not Kill" (Exodus 20:13) -- One of the 10 commandments in the bible, a commandment from God himself. For Christians, abortion is killing. It's as simple as that. There are no exceptions, it's killing, just as the bible says. Even the moral compass of our generation, Sarah Palin, claimed that even if a child is raped by her father, she would still be against that child having an abortion, because it's killing. COULD NOT PASTE PICTURE HERE - IT'S A PICTURE OF A BURNED DEAD IRAQI CHILDSee the picture above. That was an Iraqi boy burned and killed by one of our American bombs for "oil", or as Christians wish to believe, to liberate the Iraqi's and remove Saddam Hussein who was supposedly responsible for 9/11. Sorry for the gruesomeness of the picture, but it's reality. Christians voted Bush in office twice and supported his war, believing Iraq was responsible for 9/11 when in fact it's been well proven that Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11. Iraq contains 112 billion barrels of proven oil reserves, the second largest in the world (behind Saudi Arabia) along with roughly 220 billion barrels of probable and possible resources. Iraq's true potential may be far greater than this. So let's ask ourselves a question -- would we have invaded and risked so much if Iraq was sitting on a pile of dirt, let's say like Sudan who is also under brutal dictatorship. Let me take a wild stab at that answer with a probable no.But let's get back to the child that was killed pictured above, as that's what my focus is about, the subject of killing. This child was one of thousands of children, burned, maimed and killed in the war that Christians were cheering on and supporting Bush and his administration for. I am therefore led to believe then, that for Christians, this kind of killing is okay with their God and Jesus. That Jesus, the son of God, would walk into that room, look at that dead charred boy and say, "Yes, this kind of killing is legitimate and necessary and is exempt from the commandment "Thou Shalt Not Kill".So to conclude with using Christian logic and reasoning, killing inside the womb is evil and sinful, but killing outside the womb is fine if justified and rationalized by the Christians. I think I understand now, for them, all life is precious -- until AFTER birth. I think I finally get it!
FYIHe is an abortionist. He has threatened the lives of several of my prolife friends and been banned on numerous prolife blogs for his violent ranting. Please be careful.Not that you will post my comment but I thought I would give it a second try.
And exactly how many 'prolifers' have been murdered by pro-choicers, Anonymous?Be careful? Of what? We like abortionists here at DAMMIT JANET.