This is a lengthy read, but it is worth the time to read it all. Then take this around to all your pro-choice friends and have them read it. Matt Wash is on to something here. He has hit the nail on the head. Our nation should be ashamed.
In his article: I Should Be Able To Murder You In a Safe, Clean, Legal Way, Matt Walsh calls out murderous liberals and planned parenthood by using tactics they understand well. Read this whole article.
Our back alleys have been filled with murder and mayhem for far too long. Let’s open the door and let it inside, where it’s air conditioned and furnished and there’s a receptionist with a jar of hard candy and a sign-in sheet. Like I always say, bad things ain’t so bad when there’s a bowl of Jolly Ranchers in the lobby.
We’re already strolling by Planned Parenthood clinics nonchalantly as human lives are snuffed out just feet from where we walk; I think we need to afford this consideration and tolerance to all crime. That way, the next time someone gets beaten, raped, mugged, or murdered, you’ll know that at least it was clean and professional. And, most importantly, nobody got hurt.
Late last week there was an interesting exchange on Fox News involving a couple of anti-choice radicals and the eminent scholar Geraldo Rivera. Geraldo valiantly defended the honor of Planned Parenthood, pointing out that, despite the unhinged rantings of women-hating right wingers, there is such a thing as a “good abortion.” A good abortion, he explained, “is sitting in a clean place, where the woman’s health is protected! As opposed to a back alley! As opposed to a back alley where the woman dies with some butcher cutting her to pieces!”
Indeed, women should not be butchered in back alleys; they should be butchered inside Planned Parenthoods. This is America, people. Women deserve to be cut to pieces and left for dead by doctors, not untrained amateurs. As for the babies, they will of course die and be mutilated no matter the location, but it’s important for this to happen in a safe and clean environment. Besides, if they’re killed in the mythical Back Alley, there won’t be anyone around to harvest their organs.
Geraldo’s reasoning is not only insightful and compassionate, but ubiquitous. Abortion advocates across the western world have almost completely abandoned the scientific and moral arguments for the institution, planting their flag on the supposed inevitably of it instead. They contend that because abortion does happen, itshould happen. Or at least that because it does, it doesn’t matter if it should. Pro-abortion folks argue that society’s duty is to not to prevent or condemn the murder of unborn human beings, but to ensure that it’s done safely and cleanly and at the gentle hands of a rich man with a framed diploma hanging on the wall.
Apparently, massacring a child is only truly objectionable if it happens outside and with a coat hanger (even though “back alley” abortions were actually conducted in doctors’ offices, not back alleys), but we can mitigate the problem by moving it inside and swapping the hanger for a knife, a pill, or an industrial vacuum.
Planned Parenthood likewise trumpets the safeness of killing babies, and some clinics are even adorned with signs declaring their clinics “safe spaces.” During the recent outcry over the selling of aborted children, abortion enthusiasts have hammered the inevitability and “safety” angle over and over again, both to justify abortion itself, and to excuse the trafficking of human body parts.
The rationale usually sounds something like this: “Look, I don’t like abortion, but it’s going to …..
Please continue reading this article by Matt Walsh via The Blaze – Here