Monday, April 16, 2007

killing babies is actually a good thing

The columnist, Caitlin Moran, who opted to have an abortion after the birth of the two children she allowed to live, argues that it is a moral duty not to bring unwanted offspring into the world. Ladies and gentlemen, I could fill a book with my words about the insanity and the amorality of modern liberalism, but it is much more effective to let you read their words. Read it and weep. You will never see a clearer illustration of just how completely the cancer of liberalism can eradicate a human soul.

Last year I had an abortion, and I can honestly say it was one of the least difficult decisions of my life. I’m not being flippant when I say it took me longer to decide what work-tops to have in the kitchen than whether I was prepared to spend the rest of my life being responsible for a further human being. (Seems pretty flippant to me! As well as heartless and evil!)

It’s odd, because, since I had children, I’ve found myself becoming much less troubled by the pro-life argument. Of course, that echoes that old, black-humoured mum joke, often heard in playgrounds on wintry February afternoons — “What do you think should be the cut-off point for terminations?” “I dunno. Secondary school?” — but also reflects how many issues still remain within the abortion debate. (Those wacky baby killers sure have some sense of humor, don't they?)


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