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Kate Kelly & Wendy Davis: By Their Company Ye Shall Know Them

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Controversy alert! (get over it)

If there is any doubt that Kate Kelly (founder of Ordain Women) has gone completely off the deep end (AKA gone apostate), here is a picture of her posing with Texas state senator Wendy David, who famously (and miserably) filibustered for the “right” to abort viable babies past 20 weeks. Abortion is the great horror of civilization, but thankfully all can reject this great evil and be forgiven through Jesus Christ. Still, it’s telling that Ms. Kelly associates with such women as Senator Davis. Don’t be led astray.

By their fruits [and their company!] ye shall know them.”
(Matthew 7:20)

PS: If you think it’s inappropriate/ judgmental of me to post this, I’d ask you this question: who’s actions are worse-mine or Kate Kelly’s?

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Planned Parenthood Selling Fetal Organs, Christian Business Owners Being Sued, and the Moral Bankruptcy of Modern Society

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“But whoso shall offend one of these little ones…, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea.” -Matthew 18:6 (in the New Testament)


What kind of country do we live in where law-abiding businesses are fined, threatened and demonized for refusing to bake gay wedding cakes, but barbaric baby butchers are hailed by feminists, Hollywood, and a president who asked God to “bless” them? God help us all.”
                                         –Michelle Malkin ( her!)

(this video is disturbing, but need to continue to get out there )

“Wo unto those you call good evil, and evil good.”
-Isaiah 5:20

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A mighty change of heart…

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“Have you experienced this mighty change in your hearts?”
-Alma 5:14 (in the Book of Mormon)

Some changes of heart are dramatic, some are more subtle, but no matter the degree, in the words of James Faust (former 2nd counselor of the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; deceased):

“The Power to Change is very Real.”

(Text-to-Self Connection):

When have YOU experienced a change of heart?

(“…a change of heart comes slow.” -U2)

PS: The woman on the bottom left is Norma McCorvey, aka “Jane Roe” of the infamous Roe vs. Wade. Once a staunch supporter of abortion “rights,” she experienced a mighty change of heart and is now Pro-LIFE!

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My Generation Will End Abortion

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Abortion is a multi-faceted problem, and therefore requires a multi-faceted solution: Education, legislation, compassionate alternatives, family and community support (financial and otherwise), working to create a culture of life, and overall tireless advocacy for the right to life of the pre-born.

Thankfully, the Pro Life movement has made tremendous strides forward even in just the past year alone (hearts and minds changed as the industry is being exposed, legislation requiring basic medical standards for abortion facilities, Planned Parenthood and other clinics closing left and right, and an overall reduction in the number of abortions performed annually). And we are just getting started.

This is a war we can win.
My generation will end abortion.

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Abortion and “The Hunger Games”

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The theme of child sacrifice in the supposed name of acting for the common good of society that is an integral (even central) part of the Hunger Games trilogy has undeniable parallels to the sad and violent act of abortion.

(More to come on this issue.)

And don’t anyone dare think or insinuate that I am being tasteless by including the graphic picture of an aborted child.  If you support abortion rights, you support this being legal, and you must not turn a blind eye to the reality of it.  You should know exactly what it is you are saying women should have a right to.  If you cannot bear the sight or thought of this (which I hope you can’t!), then it’s high time you change your stance on the issue.

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Equating pro-abortion arguments with pro-slavery arguments: “I don’t personally agree with it, but who am I to tell someone else how to live?”

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Just came across an article that articulates specific reasons why common pro-choice arguments are essentially the same as pro-slavery arguments.

And if any of my friends identify as pro-choice, don’t go hating on me for including this piece that is more than a little harsh/ spiteful/ condescending in tone.  Mark Twain, as you may recall, was a staunch opponent of slavery, and he was also a bitter pessimist against any and all sympathizers, whether or not they actually practiced the institution themselves.  You could choose to think of this writer in a similar way if you’d like.  Here is the article in full:

Arguments commonly made in support of slavery and abortion:

Appeal to privacy: “Well, I don’t personally endorse or condone slavery, but who am I to tell someone what to do with their own property?”
Appeal to privacy: “Well, I personally object to abortion, but who am I to tell someone what to do with their own body?”

Appeal to the superseding right: “My property rights come before the rights of a slave.”
Appeal to the superseding right: “My reproductive rights come before the rights of a fetus.”

Appeal to popular sovereignty: “States can decide for themselves if they want slavery. If a state doesn’t like slavery, they don’t have to have it.”
Appeal to personal sovereignty: “Don’t like abortion? Don’t have one.”

Appeal to inevitability: “Slavery has been around for thousands of years, it’s never going to go away. We might as well have a safe and legal system in place for it.”
Appeal to inevitability: “Abortion has been around forever, it’s never going to go away. We might as well have a safe and legal system for it.”

Appeal to faux-science: “Slaves aren’t really people. They aren’t like us. Look at them — they’re physically different, therefore we are human and they are not. They don’t have the same rights as white people.”
Appeal to faux-science: “Unborn babies aren’t really people: they’re fetuses. Look at them — they’re physically undeveloped. Therefore, we are fully human and they are not. They don’t have the same rights as born people.”

Appeal to economic concerns: “The economy relies on slavery. It would be a financial disaster if it ever came to an end.”
Appeal to economic concerns: “The tax base is strained already, most of these babies would end up on welfare. It would be a financial disaster if abortion came to an end.”

Appeal to the courts: “Slavery was vindicated by the Supreme Court in Dredd Scott. It’s already been decided, there’s no point in arguing it. Nine men in robes said that blacks are property, and so that settles it.”
Appeal to the courts: “Abortion was vindicated by the Supreme Court in Roe v Wade. It’s already been decided, there’s no point in arguing. Nine people in robes said that fetuses aren’t people, and so that settles it.”

Appeal to faux-compassion: “Slavery is in the best interest of Africans. They can’t function in the real world, they need to be protected and guided by the white man.”
Appeal to faux-compassion: “Abortion is merciful. These babies are unwanted. They would have a miserable life. Better to help them avoid it all together.”

Appeal to the Bible: “Slavery isn’t condemned in the Bible. If it’s wrong, Jesus would have specifically said so, but He didn’t.”
Appeal to the Bible: “Abortion isn’t condemned in the Bible. If it’s wrong, Jesus would have specifically said so, but He didn’t.”

 

ddd

I just love me a rousing expression of freedom of speech.

In the words of my friend Crystal, “Stir the pot, why not?”

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A newly learned detail of the abortion business makes me want to throw up.

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I recently came across an article that claimed (with credible evidence) that Planned Parenthood makes approximately 1/3 of its revenue  from abortion “services,” (including government funded) or as is euphemistically termed “termination of pregnancy.”  And let’s not forget that this is a multimillion dollar company, with CEOs’ standard earnings easily being 6 digits.  That is absolutely disgusting.  I hate abortion even more than I did before.

Here is the article: 

Women’s reproductive rights aside:

People are making a fortune

off of killing children.

I want to go throw up now.

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