Mama Taught Me Well Never To

HIT A WOMAN (still, observe how the grievance feminists don’t disagree), but sometimes I think somebody needs to discipline St. Ann. Look on it as part of her trials.

This week, her column evinces an astringent support for abortion.

I also think all Republican candidates should be trained with shock collars and cattle prods to automatically respond, upon hearing some combination of the words “abortion,” “rape” and “incest”: “Yes, of course there should be exceptions in the case of rape or incest, and I also support giving rapists the death penalty, unlike my Democratic opponent, who wants to give rapists the right to vote. Now, back to what I was saying about Obamacare …”

Look: if it’s human and alive, it’s a human life. Zygote, blastula, fetus, infant, child, adult. Killing it is murder. And, given that the right to life is first and foremost in the list of inalienable rights endowed upon us by our creator, and that “to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men,” the abrogation of the right to life of 55 million children under the 40-year regime of Roe v Wade is one of the greatest evils ever encompassed by government. The Holocaust pales by comparison. The butcher’s bill of international communism is the only greater evil I know of. Truckling with supporters of this abomination is not a worthy stance on principle. “It’s purest evil, I agree, but we can’t win elections if we stand on this principle.” Is just as bad as [sgtschultz]“I vas chust followink ort-ders.”[/sgtschultz]. Or worse.

So: at the risk of sounding like a true believer (what’s wrong with being true to your beliefs? Is it better to be false to them?), I also think that Republican pundits who truckle with abortion advocates to win power should be trained with constant bitch-slaps until they FUCKING GET IT.

That is all.

9 Responses to Mama Taught Me Well Never To

  1. Naw. What yer mom toldya was “Never hit a lady.” Then she spent considerable time telling you the difference. You musta not been listenin’.

    GFE

  2. Gabrielle needs her own picture, Mark.

    As for the rest, it’s very simple: The left and the death cultists have gradually and very successfully dehumanized the fetus so that nobody can even think of it as a human. Once again, without invoking belief, it is my opinion that we have turned away from the creator in allowing a part of his creation to be destroyed with zero regard for its value. Once we are out of His line of sight, we are in the sights of other forces.

    We are in for a long asswhipping, methinks.

  3. Bless your heart, Og. I’d give ya a hug if I din’t know it’d freak ya out.

    He has a picture for me. Just too stupid to figure out how to have it appear automagically.

    Ain’t no way I’m ownin’ that sin.

    GFE

  4. G: I don’t freak easily. I’ve been hugged by the biggest gay human I know, a horribly deformed retard, and a bear- yes, an actual bear. I also once hugged Harvey, which he said was a’Warm, snuggly sort of feeling”

  5. Heeeey, maybe he should get you your own computer!!

  6. Og, you once hugged a 7′ pukka ??? You and Jimmy Stewart have something in common!

    And this country has been going to Hell in a handbasket for at least the last 100 years or so. Roe vs Wade was just another step in “formalizing” same.

  7. jefferson101

    At the risk of being burned at the stake as a Heretic here, I’m still a bit divided on going totally absolute on it.

    Right out of the gate, be it known that I think abortion is a bad and evil thing in general. I’ve been known to invoke Moloch in discussions of it, and that’s pretty much where I’m at.

    I will note, however, that like most things in this world, we often have to face the choice of “More Bad” versus “Less Bad”. It’s kind of like voting, but written large, and this world does generally not give us the option of an absolutely clear choice.

    So where do you go when you have a 12 year old victim of incest? Yeah, the child could grow up to be Beethoven. Or, with some intervention, the mother could grow up to be Marie Curie, but if she has the kid she’s going to be totaled. You pays your money and you takes your chances, and the game is rigged by powers over which we have no notable control either way.

    I seriously would like to be able to come down in the camp of “never”, but I have some problems that way on some fairly infrequent occasions. Who in the Hell am I to make those decisions? Who the Hell are any of us who are not personally involved, at some levels?

    You can call that whatever you want to, and I’m sure that I’ll get tarred and feathered and ridden off on a rail over it, but there it is. I’m all in favor of absolute adherence to some things, but on occasions I have to wonder if that’s not a bit extreme. There are a lot of things that are wrong. Every once in a great while, you have to decide which is the greater wrong.

    Note for the record, I am in favor of the death penalty for the criminal in those cases. Should it extend to the third generation?

  8. The purpose of a well-regulated society is to protect the weak and the innocent. “To secure these rights…” A 12-year-old rape victim (call it incest if you must; it’s rape) bears an innocent child. The crime is not the child’s, nor yet the mother’s. And she need not be “totalled”. Alger’s point in the original post was not to argue the contentions of abortion, but to bitch-slap RINOs (including, sadly, St. Ann Coulter), who pre-emptively give way on the question of abortion on the basis of “we never win on that issue” (or whatever her point was)

  9. jefferson101

    If you want to berate Ann Coulter, don’t let me stop you. I gave up on her when she came out for Chris (Rino sized RINO) Christie way back before the Second Obama Administration. She’s got some good snark going every now and then, but she isn’t much more than a RINO weather vane.

    The whole “we never win on that issue” thing is because we paint ourselves into a corner on it, IMO. I’m not willing to state flatly that there is never a reason that one should not allow an abortion. If it’d been legal in 1959, we probably wouldn’t have had the problems we do now, because an elitist leftoid student wouldn’t have had that kid in the first place, right?

    It’s like entropy. You can’t win, you can’t break even, and you can’t get out of the game. And as noted, I don’t believe in abortion. But there are exceptions to almost everything, here and there, and now and then, for this one or that one. But they are pretty much like the pookah, and don’t show up regularly.

    But they may, on occasion.