Sunday, March 12, 2006

South Dakota Abortion Law

I absolutely support the South Dakota abortion law, and look forward to its test on the US Supreme Court - in the hopes that sanity will finally prevail in that court, and a whole class of unprotected human beings will reacquire protection in a modern Western democracy. That alone will inspire me that the end of the West is not nigh. You can't tolerate and accept - hell, encourage - your population to kill their young and defenceless and expect to survive (I'm not sure what's been holding back God's smiting hand thus far). Anyway, I thought I'd include a link to Paul's Tuns' site regarding what he labels "Hypocrisies on the left on abortion". My use of quotes isn't to suggest they don't exist - I just wonder why a 4 volume set detailing these hypocrisies hasn't been published yet, particularly when it comes to the moral issues like abortion. Perhaps I'll write a partial list sometime in here, just of the ones I personally have noticed.

Go South Dakota - I'm pulling for ya!!!

UPDATE: Just so's you're not mistaken, I'm also very happy that South Dakota has not included a rape/incest clause. I've posted here about why women who become pregnant following sexual assault aren't looking at abortion as some kind of cure-all. There's a link there to a very good resource for any who want to understand how these women view their pregnancy. Rape/incest has ALWAYS been a red herring of the worst kind - pro-abortion people have used women in these situations to push for easy abortion under other circumstances. In fact, it's still happening today in countries that restrict abortion. Abortion activists try to get abortion started under these circumstances, only to follow by erasing any meaningful restrictions on abortion. These kinds of tactics are dishonest and destroy the ability for meaningful debate where people knowingly engage in them. FYI - this is one of those hypocrisies the left has used to promote abortion that I mentioned earlier.


Blogger Aizlynne said...

It will certainly be an interesting debacle to say the least. Roe v Wade hasn't really been taken to task, but it certainly will now.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006 9:25:00 p.m.  
Blogger Cyrano said...

Hey, Aiz - long time no see. I was wondering recently when the next meet and greet would be. We don't have to wait for the next Ralph-bucks, do we?

I find it much more interesting watching the U.S. debate these issues than seeing Canadian politicians run from them. Baby steps, I keep reminding myself.

Wednesday, March 15, 2006 10:04:00 p.m.  

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