Sunday, May 13, 2012

saurpatchkiddo:

A woman who sets her rights, the supposed right to privacy or right over her own body, above the life of another human being is saying that a woman’s rights are superior to human rights. She has put herself above the human race, she has made herself the executor over life and death. Is that a woman’s right?


—Janet Smith (via wewillnotbeputtoshame)

It’s every person’s right to use and treat their body as they see fit, and their body alone. No one has the right to control another person’s body, and by being pro-life, you’re saying you think a fetus has the right to control another person’s body, and that’s fucked up.

Friday, April 27, 2012

To all the people who claim praying in front of abortion clinics is passive-aggressive shaming.

mistercj:

We are trying to bring a light of hope into a very dark thing (which is the murder of abortion).  We are NOT trying to shame anyone passive aggressively.

We are also trying to save the life of a human being which is about to be murdered, which quite frankly, IS our concern.

Ps, to anyone who thinks abortions are only 3% of what Planned Parenthood does, check out Abby Johnson (ex planned-parenthood employee) who has a published book about all of  PP’s lies, including that only 3% of their services are abortions, because it is a MUCH higher number.

If it’s not about intimidation or shame then why are clinic escorts needed? Why are people walking into clinics yelled at? What the fuck do you need signs for? People going into clinics themselves have said that protestors such as yourself make them extremely uncomfortable. This is not treating them with respect or helping them through what might be a very difficult time and decision for them. You are being an asshole.

Go ahead and be concerned for that fetus all you want, your concern for that fetus doesn’t override that pregnant person’s right to their body. Weird, right?

Also, I don’t care what percentage of Planned Parenthood’s services are abortion services. What I do care about is people who want or need abortions being able to get those abortions. The numbers are irrelevant.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Great analogy my Pastor had on Evolution today:

thepetroguy:

paige-michael:

“Have any of you played with a firecracker? I’m assuming yes, or you know the function of it. When you shoot off a firecracker it explodes into nothing. I have never seen a firecracker explode and a can of tuna appear. That is what evolution says, that the Earth was made from an explosion.” - Pastor Ed Taylor

I think your Pastor should look up what evolution is before commenting on it. Where does evolution ever speak about the origin of the earth at all!?
Worst. Analogy. Ever. 

Oh my god. I really am laughing right now. So hard. Thank you, Pastor Ed, that was fucking hilarious. Someone get this dude on a comedy tour. Seriously. A fucking can of tuna…

(Source: living-loved)

Wednesday, January 25, 2012 Tuesday, December 13, 2011 Monday, November 28, 2011

christiannightmares:

William Tapley delivers a festive anti-abortion jingle aimed at Planned Parenthood (Found at The American Jesus)

Saturday, September 17, 2011
cheattowin:


 
I’m trying to imagine what would happen if a Muslim terrorist killed a specific target, and a local Muslim group said, “While we don’t think he should have shot the target, we’re glad the target is dead and hope that anyone else who intends to do the work the target was doing thinks twice about it.  If they persist, we will ensure they are unable to continue in this work.”  Not only would they be called, bare minimum, “terrorist sympathizers,” the FBI would be all over them and there would probably be some arrests made in short order.  Especially if, as has happened in the case of Dr. Means, the members of the group started showing up at the second target’s house, researching and publicizing her movements amongst the group, andsending death threats to the second target.  If the government shrugged its shoulders and said there was nothing it could do about this, the country would be in uproar.
But if our radical fundamentalists who embrace violence and threats in order to get their way make sure to call themselves “Christian,” I guess all bets are off.  

 
Disgusting. I literally cannot comprehend those who consider murder of a human being justified in the face of legal abortion. I am shaking with anger after reading this article…

cheattowin:

I’m trying to imagine what would happen if a Muslim terrorist killed a specific target, and a local Muslim group said, “While we don’t think he should have shot the target, we’re glad the target is dead and hope that anyone else who intends to do the work the target was doing thinks twice about it.  If they persist, we will ensure they are unable to continue in this work.”  Not only would they be called, bare minimum, “terrorist sympathizers,” the FBI would be all over them and there would probably be some arrests made in short order.  Especially if, as has happened in the case of Dr. Means, the members of the group started showing up at the second target’s house, researching and publicizing her movements amongst the group, andsending death threats to the second target.  If the government shrugged its shoulders and said there was nothing it could do about this, the country would be in uproar.

But if our radical fundamentalists who embrace violence and threats in order to get their way make sure to call themselves “Christian,” I guess all bets are off.  

Disgusting. I literally cannot comprehend those who consider murder of a human being justified in the face of legal abortion. I am shaking with anger after reading this article