Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Akins' inelegant slip exposes the lie that led to Roe . . .

After being whipped into submission by the feminist faction of the female population for the
past 40 years, the males of America continue to be silenced on the most important issue of the day, the shedding of innocent blood.

I shouldn't be surprised, but forgive me for being beyond disappointed at Republican elected
officials, including Colorado's Cory Gardner, who pile on a good man in the midst of a firestorm, which is as much a part of the insane media double standard as anything. Yes, an individual actually allegedly involved in rape will give a key speech at the DNC convention.

In case you live on another planet and haven't heard Todd Akin's inelegant remark about,
"legitimate rape," Missouri's challenger to pro-abortion U.S. Senator Clair McCaskill has incurred the wrath of the political class for using a decidedly politically incorrect term.


Liberal women of all stripes are incensed and the males of the nation are dutifully lining up to
distance themselves from a peer who would dare to breach the "holy grail" of the abortion industry
~ that abortion is required for rape and incest.  Ironically, that is where the abortion holocaust began.

Mississippi first decriminalized abortions for rape in 1966 and then shortly thereafter, my state of Colorado followed suit in 1967 by decriminalizing child killing for rape, incest and "life" of the mother.

When Todd Akin inartfully shared his concern about children slated for death, because the
father is a criminal, he opened the whole can of worms for closer inspection.

Rather than piling on Todd Akin for daring to challenge the notion of legitimate rape, any remaining statesmen in our hollow shell of America as founded, might have instead risen to his defense.

For what has been largely forgotten in the whole sordid slaughter of 50 million innocent baby boys and girls, over the past 45 years, is that the whole premise for legal child killing, was based on a lie.


Yes, the woman at the center of the infamous Roe v Wade decision, Norma McCorvey, claimed
that she had been raped and needed an abortion.  And yet, incredibly (and you can't make this stuff up) Norma never was raped, the rape claim never made it into the case, nor did she ever have an abortion.

As the Lord would have it, Miss Norma wound up becoming friends with Reverend Flip Benham, repenting for working for the abortion industry and accepting the sacrifice of
Jesus Christ on her behalf. Although her admission that she was never raped has been known by many over the years, it has remained mostly under the radar screen.


So as awkward and unjust as this whole Akin brouhaha has been, America actually owes this good man, who believes that babies are a gift from God and made in His image, a debt of gratitude.  For what seems like a simple slip of the tongue might actually be the opening needed to have an honest discussion that Roe v Wade was based on lies.

Norma wasn't raped but was used by the abortion industry, in spite of never having had an abortion.  If she had been raped, however, her baby never would have deserved the death penalty for the crime of her father, as Rebecca Kiessling so elegantly illustrated on CNN last night.

Ezekiel 13:19 "

And will ye pollute me among my people for handfuls of barley and for pieces of bread, to slay the souls that should not die, and to save the souls alive that should not live, by your lying to my people that hear your lies?"



1 comment:

Brian Cross said...

Whenever they want to trip up pro-lifers, this is the question they always ask. It's like a football team where the defense knows that the offense isn't trained well on how defend against a blitz. Those that have good answers to the "What if your daughter was raped?" question need to be putting it out there in mass so even pro-aborts know what the answer will be.