Beautiful Pro-Life Video

Monday, March 17, 2008

4D Ultrasound at 12 weeks

Here's a 4D video of a baby at 12 weeks gestation (at the end of the first trimester) when most abortions occur.

Saturday, April 28, 2007

"Rational and Informed" vs. "Hysterical and Manipulated"

Interesting how the entire pro-abortion machine insists that a woman who chooses to kill her unborn child is a "rational, informed, and self-directed individual"; however, if she grows to regret her abortion and suffers from guilt and depression as a result, suddenly she is a "mentally unstable victim of pro-life rhetoric".

Funny how when a woman's feelings support the pro-abortion agenda, pro-aborts applaud her "strength and self-determination"; however, when her personal reality contradicts the abortion promoters, the woman is deemed a "hysterical object of pity and ignorance". Supposed "feminists" are quick to dismiss the negative feelings that a post-abortive woman experiences (although thousands of sworn affidavits have been submitted to Congress). Poor, poor creature.

It's notable how pro-aborts decry showing graphic photos of aborted fetuses, and even the offering of an ultrasound to a mother considering abortion because it might "make her feel bad". Sounds like concern for her "feminine sensibilities", doesn't it? But, don't pro-aborts say that she is a smart person who can handle the unwhitewashed medical facts? What is more truthful and objective than a picture unaccompanied by commentary?

Patients are not expected to do their own research into heart surgery, then procure a heart surgeon to perform their self-prescribed remedy. A surgeon who fails to explain a procedure's ins and outs, risks and side-effects to a patient is guilty of malpractice. An abortionist who does the same is made very, very wealthy off the back of a desperate and possibly uninformed woman. Like a crack addict, a woman comes to an abortionist whom she's never met (so much for the private relationship "between a woman and 'her' doctor"), and like a crack dealer, the abortionist "takes care" of the woman ("makes her well" so to speak) for a steep financial price. Never mind the long-term price to her psychological, emotional, and possibly physical health.

The pro-abortion machine capitalizes on a pregnant woman's desperation and deliberately-induced ignorance of the facts, then accepts her after-experience only when it suits their agenda. The only conclusion that can be drawn is that abortionists, and the legislators and judges who protect them, are interested in only one thing; making sure that a woman "chooses" (or rather is coerced into) aborting her child. Money and a sick twisted version of feminist ideology are the driving forces behind this campaign of death, and the perpetrators should be ashamed of themselves for disengenuously hiding behind "right to privacy" and "women's equality" and other made-up "rights" to accomplish their disgusting goals.

The assembly line at the butcher shop is open for business and women are lining up after being told that it is the answer to all of their problems.

So much for "safe, legal and rare".

Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Regret does not mean dwelling on tragedy

Many women AND men may be afraid to admit that they regret a past abortion for fear of implying that they don't love their present children or their present spouse.

Some spouses may take it this way. It's easy to see why. Had you not aborted your child, it may be unlikely that you would have met your spouse or had the children that you currently have. It's important that you gauge your spouse's personality and determine whether it is wise to express these feelings. If you do decide to go ahead and talk about this issue, it is useful to craft your words to make it perfectly clear that your feelings are not about rejecting your current family; what it IS about is examining one's life.

Make it clear that, only through the love and wonder that your loved ones have brought to your life have you discovered what a gift you rejected in the past by turning to abortion. You are grateful that God has seen fit to give you a wonderful spouse and children in spite of your past rejection of that gift.

You can regret the past and still embrace the present, if you just trust in God. Regret doesn't necessarily have to mean dwelling on tragedy...just learning from it is enough.

"An unexamined life is not worth living."
- Socrates

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

And the hits just keep on comin'...

RE: World's Smallest Surviving Preemie Goes Home From Hospital

You know, it's amazing how science and medicine continue to chop down pro-aborts' arguments one by one. Sonograms, 3D Sonograms, embryology, post-natal care and pre-natal surgery all continue to chip away at the "fetuses are not people" hogwash.

Older and larger babies than this miracle child, born at 21-1/2 weeks from conception, are allowed to be legally chemically burned to death, dismembered, and brain-drained in the process of abortion, all in the name of convenience. It can only become more obvious to all people that the abomination that we call abortion must be stopped in the name of humanity.

"No pessimist ever discovered the secret of the stars or sailed an uncharted land, or opened a new doorway for the human spirit."

- Helen Keller (1880 - 1968)

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Something to think about...

There are lots of stories in the news today that would be great to write about...but today, I feel like sharing some simple but wise words that come in the form of a song called "Find Yourself" by country artist Brad Paisley;

When you find yourself

In some far off place

And it causes you to rethink some things

You start to sense that slowly

You're becoming someone else

And then you find yourself

When you make new friends in a brand new town

And you start to think about settlin' down

The things that would have been lost on you

Are now clear as a bell

And you find yourself

Yeah that's when you find yourself

Where you go through life

So sure of where you’re headin'

And you wind up lost and it's

The best thing that could have happened

‘Cause sometimes when you lose your way it's really just as well

Because you find yourself

Yeah that’s when you find yourself

When you meet the (child)

That you've been waitin' for

And she's everything that you want and more

You look at her and you finally start to live for some one else

And then you find yourself

That’s when you find yourself

When we go through life

So sure of where we're headin'

And we wind up lost and it's

The best thing that could have happened

‘Cause sometimes when you lose your way it's really just as well

Because you find yourself

Yeah that's when you find yourself

"If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans."

- unknown

Saturday, February 17, 2007

"The only moral abortion is YOUR abortion"

I'm assuming you have heard the phrase "The only moral abortion is MY abortion"? It's a method that "pro-choicers" use to point out hypocrisy of the pro-life side. They hold up examples of preachers and other pro-lifers who have had or have sent their daughters in for abortions while maintaining that abortion is wrong "except in their particular and unique situation".

While I find the behavior of these so-called "pro-lifers" hypocritical, offensive, and quite sad, I also submit to you that the "pro-choice" side bears their own burden of hypocrisy, combined with a hefty dose of elitism and judgment.

You see, it's very popular today to proclaim "I believe that it is wrong to kill an unborn child, and I would not do it to my child. But, I think it's okay for other unborn children to be aborted if their mother so chooses, especially if the mother is young or poor or the child is deformed."

In other words "The only moral abortion is the abortion of YOUR child. Please, do your substandard kid a favor and end his miserable life before he is born."

It's important to understand that this "pro-choice" view is much more prevalent than the former "pro-life" view. Understand that there are disengenuous people on both sides and that none of them deserve respect. Consistency is the only truth.

"Life is full of misery, loneliness, and suffering - and it's all over much too soon." - Woody Allen (1935 - )

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Children WORSE off in U.S., even with the "panacea" of 34 years of legal, on-demand abortions

RE: U.S., U.K. rank last in survey of child welfare - UNICEF report looked at industrialized countries.

Sadly, abortion supporters will look at this as a function of financial and social inequality, when in reality, it is a function of the legacy of 34 years of legal abortion/infanticide and the inevitable devaluation of children as an important and fundamental resource of our society. I call it "The Culture of the Disposable Child".

If, after 34 years, abortion has failed to solve all social ills, as it was promised and is still promised to do, then why is it still touted as "The Answer"? Why is it still tolerated? Why hasn't it been properly analyzed and critiqued as to whether it is a legitimate vehicle of social engineering? I submit to you that it IS an effective vehicle of social engineering...of the worst kind. It has successfully reduced the morals of this country to the lowest common denominator, requiring the bare minimum of our government, of our medical providers, of our mothers, AND of our fathers. After all, isn't it easier to just ELIMINATE a group of people that may be more susceptible to problems than it is to solve the actual problems? Abortion is simply and purely a function of laziness and apathy, which inevitably carries over to affect the lives of BORN children in the long run. This was not the initial goal of legalizing abortion, but it has become the reality of this poorly thought out policy.

Since abortion was legalized in 1973; child abuse/murder rates are up; rates of sexual abuse of children are up; teen sex rates are up; teen pregnancy rates are up; STD rates are up; child poverty rates have increased; the number of deadbeat dads is up; violence BY children is up; teen drug, alcohol, and smoking rates are up; teen suicide rates are up; breast cancer rates are up (more info); infertility rates among women are up; rates of depression and suicide among women are up: the social security system is in crisis because we're not replacing tax-paying workers quickly enough to continue to pay for the elderly who are living longer than ever thanks to medical advances.

It's amazing to me that our society labels the practice of abortion as "beyond reproach"'s just more of the same...ideology trumping other truly sound policies.

"No man is justified in doing evil on the ground of expediency."
- Theodore Roosevelt (1858 - 1919), 'The Strenuous Life,' 1900