Sunday, March 08, 2009

The "Need" for Abortions?

Okie Politics is now calling for us to come up with ways to "eliminate the need for abortions" as a way to avoid actual discussion of actual ways to eliminate abortions.

Interesting idea... typical of abortion supporters.
So I will ask Okie Politics to please explain the "need" for abortions that he believes exists.

Are women being forced to get pregnant against their wishes?
Are women being denied contraception?
What about the fact that if "needed" women can even get FREE contraception?
Or is pregnancy an airborne virus that women "get" infected with by attending sporting events where a lot of men are located?
Are men tricking women somehow into getting pregnant?
Are men unable to figure out how to work that machine in the bathroom at the truck stop?

Exactly how many women out of the million plus each YEAR that get abortions actually "need" that abortion because because it threatens their very lives?
Rape?
It is estimated that only around 5 pregnancies per year per state result from rape cases.

Please elaborate on "the need for abortions" vs the "wanting" an abortion for mere convenience.

I guess one way Okie might "eliminate the need" would be to eliminate any chance of these women getting pregnant. Is he calling for mass sterilization?

We don't know, ...since he offers no real solutions or methods to achieve that elimination of the "need" for abortions he calls for.
Okie says... " ...to eradicate the need for abortions, government should pursue policies against poverty, teenage pregnancy, and broken families."

Policies against broken families, teen pregnancy and poverty.... wow. Democrats declared war on poverty about a half a century ago... that war has become a "quagmire". Now he wants to make poverty and divorce illegal? lol

Also, if Okie truly believes abortion is a "need" then why would he want to eliminate it?

I will offer one suggestion for how to eliminate that "need".

Quit promoting abortion as a "need", quit promoting to young girls as a "choice", make it illegal and prosecute those who break the law.... then you will find it's not nearly so much of a "need" as you once believed and claimed.... you know, owning slaves was once considered a "need".

I guess if we eliminated the "need" to murder we could make homicide legal.... if we eliminated the "need" to steal we could make theft legal.... eliminate the need for speed and have open speed limits.

As it stands now, a woman doesn't have to express a "need" or reason for committing prenatal homicide... all she has to do is want to.

Got any more "deep thoughts" there Okie?
lol
UPDATE: From my sidebar (link) which I posted a year or two ago.... more on "need".
When is Abortion Justified
(according to doctors)

5 Comments:

Blogger Red S Tater said...

"The unborn child’s right to life and liberty is given by his or her Creator, not by his or her parents or by the state. The right to life is inalienable: that is, not to be trespassed upon by another."- Pro-life Physicians.

LINK

12:24 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

"In conclusion, there are no occasions in which the intentional killing of the pre-born child is justified. Scientific fact and divine law are clear: life begins at conception, and there are no exceptions to the prohibition of intentionally killing an innocent human being. We must stand true to these foundational principles through every emotional appeal and in every tragic scenario if we are to have any principles at all for which to stand."- LINK

12:26 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

shocking update:
Kittystomper blog (who apparently supports animal abuse) also supports stomping on the rights of the unborn human in order for him to pretend men have no responsibility for the life or murder of their offspring... that is merely a "choice" for someone else to make under the phony guise of feminism.

Stay in your little pretend world kitty... and don't come out. You and more importantly the rest of us are safer when you do.

7:09 PM  
Blogger Blogmaster said...

boy...you rattled his/her cage.

People of that new age ilk do not think a father/husband have any rights.

8:22 PM  
Blogger Red S Tater said...

you are correct sir.

8:38 PM  

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