Brag About Your Abortion

Brag About Your Abortion

In a move touted as a way to remove the “stigma” of abortion, women are now bragging about their abortions on Twitter. Seems that last week’s election has caused some amount of panic in the pro-abort’s camp and they are feeling the need to assert themselves by being proud of their post-abortion status.  The “I had an abortion” campaign has brought out a sad and pathetic cast of characters, all of them trying to justify and feel better about what they have done.  Here’s a sample of a couple of the Twitter messages:

Almost half my life ago, #ihadanabortion. I’m not sorry. I’ve never been sorry. I will never be sorry. Just very, very grateful.

Those who are ANTI-choice shd B glad #ihadanabortion. I went on to finish college, support myself, marry … have 2 honor students. Nice, huh?

Based on the logic of that last “tweet,” if a woman gives birth to a baby—she can never go on to college, get married, or have two honor students…

I guess ‘tis the season for despicable and disgusting promotion of abortion.  Did you see this headline coming out of the UK:  “I didn’t want four abortions, but I really couldn’t afford to be a mum.” This female jewel of humanity has terminated four pregnancies in the past three years.  One of her abortions was at 22 weeks and after she saw the ultra-sound.  She justified it by saying:

“Jason [her five-month old son] started to teethe and I was up all night with him. The thought of another baby terrified me. I knew it would mean Jason missing out on my full care. He needed me. He was already in the world and this baby wasn’t.”

All of this insanity leaves one kind of speechless…

  • Choice and Accountability
    Posted at 16:09h, 10 November

    “Fools mock, but they shall mourn. . . .”

  • Harvey Rosieur
    Posted at 23:47h, 10 November

    Just imagine it – ‘Jason, Im off to kill your brother/sister but I’ll be home as soon as , to comfort you’ Love, mum.

  • Lynn W.
    Posted at 04:32h, 11 November

    Lord forgive them, they know not what they do…

  • Terra
    Posted at 10:35h, 11 November

    “Abortion is a reflection that we have not met the needs of women. Women deserve better than abortion.”

    It makes me so sad to think that women think they cannot have a life/handle life if they have a child.

  • janine rickard
    Posted at 10:52h, 11 November

    How about: Honey I’m off to bomb some Iraqi children to smithereens. Support our troops. I’m sure you people mean well but I can’t get over the fact that you right wingers seem to consistently care more about semi-conscious life inside the womb than you do about actual children and their families either here (cutting taxes means cutting social services which always leads to the most suffering for women and children) or in some foreign land.

    If you are troubled by the horrific images of aborted children why is it you seem so deaf and blind to the horrors of war and poverty, which your political policies always, always, always encourage? I don’t get it. I’m working for a world in which there are no abortions, but I guess I weigh the suffering of a fetus against the suffering of children and adults and factory farmed animals and I think the latter forms of suffering are far, far greater. Thanks for listening.

  • Rodolfo Elmore Holtig
    Posted at 11:52h, 11 November

    To have and abortions is easy and not rewarding, to have a baby is difficult but rewarding.

  • David
    Posted at 12:14h, 11 November

    They are “without principle and past feeling”. It is truely sad, when a woman loses her gift of charity, compassion and the ability to nurture.

  • Melissa
    Posted at 13:33h, 11 November

    re: “Abortion is a reflection that we have not met the needs of women. Women deserve better than abortion.”

    That is sometimes the case, especially with women who are pressured into it. But in the cases of these women who are boldly and remorselessly bragging about the children they had killed because they were so inconvenient, abortion is a reflection of their utter narcissism.

  • Katrina @
    Posted at 13:45h, 11 November

    It doesn’t surprise me when a woman who has never had a child has an abortion. But when I hear of a woman who has an abortion after she has already experienced the gift of a child — that truly makes me sad, and I cannot understand it.

    When I was a young teen, I thought of abortion as ending a pregnancy. I even accompanied two friends as they went for their abortions. We were just 15, 16 years old. I thought I was being supportive. They didn’t want to be “pregnant” and the word “baby” didn’t even come into the conversation. It wasn’t until years later when at 23 years old and I saw my own “pregnancy” on ultrasound at 8 weeks gestation that I fully understood the horror to what I had been an accomplice to. There on the ultrasound screen were my child’s arms, legs, beating heart….and right then it hit me: this was what my friend’s babies had looked like when they ended the “pregnancy”. I felt such guilt at the ignorant teenager I had been. To this day, I am haunted that I helped to abort those two babies. I could have spoken up for the babies, defended their right to life…. perhaps my friends would have changed their minds? Who knows. But I could have tried. I feel such guilt at that.

    The mother who saw her 22 week baby on ultrasound and STILL decided to abort? That’s absolutely horrifying. That mother knew what she was doing. You can’t claim ignorance on that. It’s so sad that in today’s society abortion is such the “normal” practice that we, as human beings, have simply become so callous to it. So unfeeling. So cold and cruel.

    Some of us, at least. Not all. Thank God. There are still some left to defend and fight for these unwanted little souls. God bless them all.

  • Lynn
    Posted at 21:17h, 11 November

    I guess they never heard about adoption.
    How many wonderful married families that want children are there. My son and daughter-in-law just finalized the adoption of their 2nd child. They are so mature, loving and patient. Their 1st son was a drup-addicted, alcohol fetal syndrome baby. Stayed in the hospital for a month. Today, with their love, he is the brightest, smartest, most loving little guy. I love them all so much.

  • Marjohna
    Posted at 09:18h, 13 November

    There is plenty of research that shows a fetus to be extreemly conscious and definitely capable of feeling pain and distress. Even if there weren’t, a human heart knows it to be true. It is always so sad to see beings devoid of one pretending that bluster and spurious arguments are the same as having it.

  • JillR.
    Posted at 12:31h, 17 February

    Can’t one care about ALL children, in AND out of the womb?

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