posted on Nov, 11 2011 @ 11:16 AM
It generally amazes me when people blame a woman for getting pregnant, while pretending she didn't have a man help her get that way.
Phrases such as "she should have kept her legs closed", "she should have used birth control", "she should have ...... (insert your own personal
argument as to why SHE is to blame)".
All the while pretending that somewhere in these accusations ought to also include a he. ie: "he should have used birth control", "he should have
kept it in his pants"... etc.
Stop blaming only the female as the male is also to blame.
Pro-lifers are not always pro-life. They seem to quite often only be pro-birth. If they were truly pro-life they would be stepping up to the plate
to assure LIFE.
The strange thing I see is that once born, pro-birthers don't seem to give one hoot as to what happens to that person in life. They seem to only
care before birth ie: pro-birth not pro-life.
If they are truly pro-life they would be voting for things which assure life such as social programs which allow these fetuses, once born to have
health care, education through university, food, housing, clothing, safety, loving parent(s) etc.
But they do not, once these children are born pro-birthers don't give a crap and cry "socialism OMG EVIL get out of my wallet you hoodlums".
So when someone claims to be pro-life, ask them how they feel about universal health care, education through university, food stamps, welfare etc.
Then, ask them if they support the death penalty. Their response will then allow you to judge if they are truly pro-life, or just pro-birth.
If you are truly pro-life, step down off your proverbial high horse and help all children to become wonderful adults. If you are truly pro-life start
volunteering at your local abuse shelters and homeless shelters and go adopt some children. If you are truly pro-life stop supporting all the wars,
stop supporting hate groups, stop supporting the destruction of this planet among a host of other ideas which truly support life.
Because otherwise the word hypocrite fits you to a tee.
I am truly pro-life as I support programs which actually assure life. I am also pro-choice, giving a woman the right to choose her own path in life.
I support social programs which assure LIFE, not just birth. Personally I believe the phrases "pro-life" and "pro-choice" do not fit the package.
I recognize the phrase "pro-life" was chosen as it sounds good and gives a psychological "twinge" as the idea can be turned into "if you are not
pro-life then you must be pro-death". Psychological twisting of the truth which many fall for.