Life unworthy of life

Stigma.

Do you know what I call a website that NARAL Pro-Choice Executive Director Andrea Miller calls “terrific”?  TERRIFIC!  Yes, my servants, terrific is an understatement for www.mariatalks.com, a state-funded sex education website that comforts worried pregnant girls that an abortion is “much easier than it sounds.”

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Did you get that, my servants?  State-funded.  That means that a website describing abortion to already-born teenage girls simply as “when the contents of the womb (uterus) are removed” and teaches these same girls “the reality of getting an abortion is much easier than it sounds here,” is paid for by US taxpayers.

DOUBLE TERRIFIC!

Ha ha ha ha ha.

Yes, my servants, sometimes I impress even myself with my cunning on earth.  You can read about my latest exploits in a news story today entitled, “Site: No stigma in abortion.” The Boston Herald exclusive exposes a Satan Approved educational resource for teens worried about the stigma associated with killing a defenseless little human being in their care.

Stigma?  No, not according to the site’s fictional character Maria, who counsels teens that ask if abortion is safe:

Yes. My Aunt Lucia says that abortions are safe and effective, though some people may experience temporary discomfort.

Ha ha ha ha ha.

And taxpayers are paying for this!  “Aunt Lucia” says that abortions are “safe and effective.”  (I wonder who Auntie thinks experiences temporary “discomfort“?)

Hey, the same thing can be said about death by lethal injection.  In fact, the same thing is said about death by lethal injection here, here, here, here, and here.  Example:

“Supporters of the death penalty argue that unless anesthesiologists have been wrong for the last 40 years, the use of pentothal and pancuronium [for lethal injection] is safe and effective.”

Let’s celebrate: abortion and lethal injection are both “safe and effective”!  At least for the people performing the task.

Which is good, because “safe and effective” is important to Maria, who tells little scared girls:

“that one of her fictional friends found it a “difficult decision” but decided the procedure was the “best choice . . . for herself, her boyfriend, her family and her future.”

Let’s see, herself? check.  Creepy boyfriend? check.  Clueless family? check.  Depressing future?  check.

Hmmm . . . who’s missing?

I guess that’s all . . . oh, wait!  That’s right, the defenseless human fetus!  I suppose the safe and effective “procedure” wasn’t quite the “best choice” for that hapless little chap.

In this respect abortion truly mirrors the safe and effective procedure of lethal injection.  Nazi Germany’s T-4 Euthanasia Program used lethal injection as one of several methods to destroy what the Nazi government dubbed “life unworthy of life.”

Ha ha ha ha ha.

“Life unworthy of life.”

Now, that’s terrific!

Thank you, taxpayers.

2 Responses to “Life unworthy of life”

  1. When I read about this disgusting site the other day, I just knew you were behind it! Your seal of approval confirms my fears. Indeed, you’ve trained your unwitting servants well. It’s sad to see human language used in such a dangerous way: euphemisms, empty slogans, and obfuscation — these are your weapons of mass destruction.

  2. Is it time to withhold tax money from a godless federal government unworthy of governing? Any Christian lawyers out there who could organize some kind of tax escrow account to hold our federal tax money until the Republicans make good on their pledge to stop makng us pay for murdering innocents? At Boehner’s pace, we may just have to take matters into our own hands. I don’t think we as a nation can last much longer as we continue to stick our thumbs in God’s eye on this issue.

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