Wednesday, October 27, 2010
I would go as far as saying, “How dare we not compare the Abortion Holocaust to the American Slave Trade" ?
Tough Questions Series – How Dare You Compare Abortion to The Holocaust or Slavery?
I have heard many people cry foul whenever any pro-lifer uses the Jewish Holocaust or slavery in America as a comparison to abortion. Many times at my talks someone will scold me during question-and-answer time, claiming to be offended that I would use such a comparison.
The problem they have is not really the fact that a comparison is being made to one of these horrific tragedies; after all, we build museums, memorials and reminders of what happened to make sure something like the Jewish Holocaust will never happen again. The problem really is that we have elevated what they consider to be a blob of tissue to personhood status.
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By Michael Moriarty
web posted October 25, 2010
My regular readers know me well enough to comprehend my seriousness about the curse that the Supreme Court loaded on the back of America in 1973, with its Roe v Wade decision legalizing abortion. Little did I know – historically challenged little me – that America's legalized abortion actually began in Colorado in 1967. Yup, the practice of murdering your own children with impunity began not 37 years ago, but 43.
That is half the length of time America took to finally end slavery.
Yup, Hollywood's Little Getaway Spot, with the ski trails of Aspen and the seven figure vacation homes, revolutionized America's very soul.Colorado did more to destroy America's "inalienable right to life" than even Dr. Evil and his Mini-Me have accomplished so far.
By that I mean, it was the elite, wealthy and influential of Colorado that actually began to beg for the arrival of a wannabe-Mao Zedong and his "Cultural Revolution" … or rather the "fundamental transformation of the United States of America."
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Predictably, Mr. Moriarty has been slammed by the Democratic Underground for his admiration of America's Declaration of Independence. Of course, there's also the little problem of the Law and Order episode, Dignity with its echos of Personhood for pre-born babies in the womb.
As American RTL noted, "Cutter virtually quoted the co-sponsor of Colorado's 2010 Personhood Amendment, Gualberto Garcia Jones, who launched the statewide ballot initiative holding his 10-day-old son at a press conference and saying, "Two weeks ago, my son had less rights than a dog or a cat." Speaking to District Attorney Jack McCoy, Cutter says, "My God, cats and dogs have more rights than the unborn."