Sunday, March 29, 2015

Pro-abortion arguments: dandelions in the wind

The twitter feed to #yes2trudeau is quite entertaining. Its purpose of course, is to counter the #no2trudeau campaign.

Here are a few of the comments on Twitter's #yes2trudeau:
"Why should MEN (or women) control the bodies of another person?"
"“No woman can call herself free who does not control her own body.” ― Margaret Sanger" 
"I believe in a woman's right to choose" 
"As a Liberal, and as a mother, I stand strongly in support of a women’s right to choose"
"...directly from the ruling. It violated the charters right under section 7, regardless of interpretations of human"
"It is every woman's fundamental right to choose. No one can take that away from us!"
"Seriously? We want to move forward, not back. My body, my informed decision. Support women's rights"
"Good conscious is not imposing your beliefs to remove rights from the people. I support womens rights and her right to choose."
"How can we be in this day and age and still want to control a woman's body"
Here's the thing. Can't the pro-abortions come up with an actual argument to explain why they support Trudeau's edict of discrimination against pro-life candidates? Something that makes sense? Because none of the "reasons" above make any sense at all.

Just like it doesn't make any sense when the pro-abortions are trying to convince us that abortion is necessary. Everyone knows that the pre-born child is not part of a woman's body; that abortion is not a constitutional right; that the statement "a woman's right to choose..." isn't even a sentence. So how can a reasonable person support any of that?

I'm tired of their boring rhetoric. Its just so much fluff. It makes me yawn. It makes me want to take a nap.

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