when you think it can’t get any worse, it does. Consider: Women Sign ‘We Had Abortions’ Petition
“I wanted to do something bigger with myself _ I didn’t want to be stopped by anything,” she said in a telephone interview.
I’m pretty sure that birthing and raising a child is “bigger” than your tiny minded self. Or this:
Another signatory, Debbie Findling of San Francisco, described her difficult decision last year to have an abortion after tests showed that she would bear a son with Down syndrome.
“I felt it was my right to make the decision, but having that right doesn’t make the decision any easier,” she said. “It was the hardest decision I’ve ever made.”
Why is it that people try to gain sympathy by using the old “hardest decision I’ve ever made” line? Next paragraph is this gem:
She says too many of her allies in the abortion-rights movement tend to minimize, at least publicly, the psychological impact of abortion.
Let’s see, you are so concerned about it that you PROMOTE MORE ABORTIONS!? Aren’t you just a winner of a human being. Hmm, maybe you want to make a buck?
She has written an essay about her own experience, and plans to include it in an anthology she hopes to publish next year
Yeah, that sounds more like it, Ms. Findling. Best quote of the article was by a person of integrity:
Judie Brown, president of the American Life League, wrote in a commentary that when she saw a Ms. announcement of the project, “the evil practically jumped right off the page.”
Exactly. Pure evil.