Monday, January 25, 2010

Such a small view of woman

Watching this video of interviews at RH Reality Check blog with the few pro-choicers protesting the March for Life, I’m reminded about how often times the most adamant of pro-choicers have such a small view of women.

Interviewees act like women won’t be able to do anything if they can’t have abortions. It’s as if they think giving birth to a child from an unplanned pregnancy completely destroys any future a woman would want to have.

It's also interesting because the same poor reasoning could just as easily be used as an excuse to kill born children.

One interviewee says, “Choice means an ability to choose your path in life.”

Laurette Cucuzza doesn’t think she would have been able to “make something” of herself if she didn’t have an abortion at 17.

Maria Lauron interview thinks without abortion women wouldn’t be able to control their futures.

Michelle Kinsey Bruns thinks abortion is what allows women to make their lives what they want them to be and “make her life happen how she wants”

Polly Stamatopoulos think abortions rights are the “most fundamental rights in this country.”

3 comments:

  1. So sad. Politics aside, I really think this is a large part of the reason that the left hates Sarah Palin so much. She had the audacity to not only have the first child she conceived out of wedlock, but continued on having children throughout her political career. Then she had went and gave birth to a child with special needs while she was a US governor.

    Her story pretty much puts a nail in the coffin of the lie that one needs abortion to achieve big dreams.

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  2. and yet no matter how well, you plan your life, you never know what may happen, when you are going to die and the like. They talk about choice and a woman's empowerment yet they have no confidence in their abilities to handle what life gives them.

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  3. Sadly so very true!!

    Leftist women have abandoned the traditional
    values like nobility, courage and selflessness.

    Sacrifice for a cause greater than one's self,
    gives meaning to life.

    The shallow, selfish existence of many American
    women, is an embarrassment!

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