Tuesday, April 27, 2010


I am personally pro-life. I wouldn't have an abortion unless it was medically necessary for the baby--like in the situations in some of the comments here.

Until now, I've been politically pro-choice. I don't think it's my place to tell people whether or not they can murder their unborn baby and send themselves to hell. And yes, that is the way I believe.

These vultures, though, really piss me off, and make me think that the laws about abortions should be changed to prevent people from using them as birth control. Or helping teens get abortions without parental knowledge and support. Or pressuring a presumably Catholic little girl to get one when she's excited about her pregnancy.

"Pro-choice" my ass. If they were truly pro-choice, they wouldn't be pressuring girls to have abortions, but providing all of the information necessary for the girls to make the right choice for their babies and themselves.


  1. When my sister was 15 years old, she cut herself and required stitches. Her friends brought her to the hospital but they wouldn't proceed until our mother came and signed a consent form. My mom gave them permission over the phone but that wasn't good enough. Now, if my sister had gone for an abortion, my mother would not have been notified and abortion would have proceed.


  2. ...and that ain't right, Bob. Ain't right at all.