Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Abortion in public? Then I say sex in public.

Seriously?!?


If abortion makes it to the public square, so do live births (vaginal and C-section) and sex. After all, if we're going to publicly show one of the end results of pregnancy, we may as well show some others ... and while we're at, how the pregnancies happened in the first place. Right? And nothing "disgusting" ever happens during sex or birth, so it should be fine to show those right alongside "disgusting" abortions!

This video, by the way, is from the 2009 Values Voter Summit. The same place where we learned reading Playboy makes you gay, that feminism has ruined men, women and children (how ever are we still all alive?!), and that Carrie Prejean is disgusted at how intolerant people are (right around the 2:00 mark).


So there you go, smart and logical people all around at this event.

I'd like to write more on the Values Voter Summit sometime, but I don't know if I can stomach it. Ignorance makes my head hurt. If you can handle more, I highly recommend Gord's Poety Factory, which has a ton of updates on the event.

3 comments:

Razor said...

Why have Republicans decided to adopt the horror movie strategy to handle abortions? It seems all they want to do now is gross people out instead of saying anything with actual substance.

But by all means, I'm totally in favor of wingnuts having medical procedures performed in public. Just don't come crying to me when your insurance company won't cover your staph infection!

RosieRed23 said...

If Republicans actually cared about decreasing abortions, they would do everything in their power to help women. Until I see them get behind policies that help women -- so, you know, a woman wouldn't get fired for pumping her breasts at work -- then I will assume their goal is controlling women, nothing else. Well, except grossing people out.

Matt Osborne said...

My favorite part of Prejean's speech was where she said God put her in the Miss America pageant.

Uh-uh, honey. That was silicone and the California pageant folks.

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