I invite you to take a quick journey with me. Experience something magical the way I experienced it. It started on the IM:
yokiro: am currently reading a blog post with this great bit:
“Lastly, as we near the eve of another Christmas, I wonder: What would have happened if Mother Mary had been covered by Obamacare? What if that young, poor and uninsured teenage woman had been provided the federal funds (via Obamacare) and facilities (via Planned Parenthood, etc.) to avoid the ridicule, ostracizing, persecution and possible stoning because of her out-of-wedlock pregnancy? Imagine all the great souls who could have been erased from history and the influence of mankind if their parents had been as progressive as Washington’s wise men and women! Will Obamacare morph into Herodcare for the unborn?”
me: is that for real? obama is going to abort the next jesus?
yokiro: you haven’t even heard the best part.
it was written by chuck norris.
me: stop it.
Go ahead. Click it. It’s worth it. But let me comment on a couple of my most favoritest parts:
In short, while President Obama was accepting the Nobel Peace Prize, the Democrats in Congress drove a sword through the womb of the unborn.
Hold the phones! Through the womb of the unborn? Now even the unborn can have abortions? That’s an outrage! (And impressive!)
Washington certainly has reached a new low by forcing American citizens who oppose abortion to pay for abortions via their taxes in this massively comprehensive way. Is it intentionally trying to spark the next Boston Tea Party? When our greatest values are thrown under the omnibus, how do they expect us to respond?
Um, apparently by throwing aborted fetuses into rivers?
Tell your representative and senators to quit fast-tracking these momentous bills without periods for debate and during secret sessions on weekends, when America is least attentive.
For that matter, don’t do it during Giants games either. Or when NCIS is on. Or when my wife is talking – blah blah blah – I just totally tune out.
It needs to reopen the pages of its history to our Founders’ elevated views of and rights for all human beings (including those in the womb), as documented in the Declaration of Independence and our Constitution.
(But excluding the blacks, natch.)
Don’t miss my Christmas column next week, titled “Away With the Manger,” about how the feds are whitewashing America’s Judeo-Christian heritage via a progressive, politically correct and pro-Muslim platform.
Oh, you better believe I’ll be there, buddy. Chuck Norris isn’t delivering blows to Islam, Islam is kneeling down and ramming its head into Chuck Norris’s fist.
This is so simple for me: no male has the right to comment on a medical condition which he can never experience.
If Constitutional scholar Chuck Norris won’t zip his lip on this, at least he and other failed abortions should vow to keep their pants zipped, permanently.
You just called Chuck Norris a failed abortion. That is hilarious. But he can hear you. And he will come after you. I advise you to watch your back.
I am seldom tempted to engage in politcal debate, particularly with people who just don’t get it, but you have taunted me into it, Anonymous, if that is your real name. The government makes laws about myriad things you can do and not do with your body, like selling organs, which most men, and women for that matter, will never actually experience. Abortion aside, laws are about right and wrong and the greater public good, not what one person can experience and one cannot. That’s why we have the Constituion and the rule of law in general. So that lawmakers can apply it whether the situations at hand are commonplace to them or not. Most states have at least prohibited partial-birth abortion, a greusome procedure performed in the later months of pregnancy where a doctor essentially partially delivers a baby and then kills it by stabbing it in the head with a surgical scrissor. Would you have proposed that male legislators should have recused themselves because they could never know what it is like to have a live infant half way in and half way out of a vagina and watch a doctor brutally end the baby’s life? Just sayin’. Oh, and if I were you I wouldn’t mess with Chuck Norris.
For the record, I am not necessarily a proponent of partial-birth abortion — which is an exceedingly rare procedure. I do recognize the role of personal resposibility for females who procrastinate on decisions involving prenatal –as well as pre-prenatal –vigilance. But our tax dollars do cover prescriptions for Viagra — so even the half of the population who will never require boner medications is expected to subsidize them. Is it impossible to see some irresponsibility in the causal chain of events here?