Anonymous asked: You're awfully high and mighty about a situation you truly know nothing about. I've had an abortion.... Which was the hardest decision of my life to date. And I'm in my early 20's. And given the chance I would do it again. I wouldn't force my baby to live a hard life because people find the need to tell me what is right. If having an abortion is murder... I will answer for that sin when I meet my maker. As will you for your own sins.
First off let me say That I’m sorry you felt like you had to make that decision. I know it was hard and will probably haunt you for the rest of your life. Like any loss, it’s something that weighs heavily on your very soul and keeps you awake at night. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve closed my eyes to go to sleep only to hear screams with vivid flashes of things I wouldn’t want any person to see. So again, I’m sorry you had to go through that situation.
With that said, you killed a child. A perfectly innocent and defenseless baby. For doing absolutely nothing wrong, your child was ripped to pieces and sucked out of you like common garbage. That is something that should never happen to a baby, ever.
If your justification for killing baby is “I didn’t want my baby to live a hard life” then you need to re-evaluate yourself and your morals. If that is the basis for killing somebody, then every single person at some point can be killed. Life is hard. Life sucks. There are times when life is straight up hell… that doesn’t change the fact that at least if given the chance to live your baby could possibly have had a successful life. Who knows, he/she could have been the next George Washington or Rembrandt or Picaso or Johnny Depp or maybe a scientist or even just a construction worker or janitor. Who knows? You won’t. You killed him/her before they ever got the chance to prove what they could or could not do in life.
I’ll take my demons and sins over yours any day. God bless you and your unborn child.
Anonymous asked: For claiming to be a good person you sure do act pompous and aren't open to other people's opinions. Like the sayin goes: "opinions are like assholes, everyone has one". So stop shoving yours in people's faces. As a woman who has had an abortion, it is mentally a hard decision that you know NOTHING about. When you get a uterus and get yourself in a pickle that you cannot support. Then voice your opinion. You have a penis. Your opinion is invalid. :)
The fact that I don’t have a uterus has absolutely nothing to do with killing children. Men and women can, and have, done that in the past. It’s called murder. Take your sexist bullshit elsewhere.
I never said that deciding to get an abortion isn’t a hard decision, just that it is morally and physically wrong. A baby (and yes, it is a baby) has done nothing to deserve to be put to death. Having a child that was unplanned for into a less than ideal financial environment is not the end of the world. My own mother has done it. There were times in my childhood where we were dirt poor. We ate a lot of basic spaghetti and hotdogs. Having an unplanned child does make the mother’s life harder, but it is doable. To say otherwise is a flat-out lie.
With your insult laden diatribe I can see that you are indeed well versed in what assholes are like. You are one.
Have a great night and God bless your dead child.
Anonymous asked: An abortion is only ok before 20 weeks. A fetus cannot survive outside the uterus. After that, then I would understand your point because then the baby can survive. And a person like you, meaning one who thinks it's ok to pass judgement on ones life decisions. As a Christian you should know that you aren't to judge. At the end of the day... You must learn to agree to disagree. Not shove your "morals" down anyone's throat. And with that I wish you a good day!
That’s only true in Texas. In other parts of the country there are abortionists that perform abortions well into the 3rd trimester. Even at 18 weeks a baby has a distinct heart beat, his/her own DNA, distinct brainwaves, he/she flinches at stimuli and winces at pain. He/she is a living being.
As a Christian, it should be evident to you that all life is precious and there is a need to protect the most defenseless among us. I don’t judge a person for having an abortion, I just take to God’s own words when it comes to killing. Especially when it comes to innocent babies that have committed no crime and are at the mercy of others 100%.
I will agree to disagree on many issues, but not when it comes to killing unborn babies. Disagreeing on financial issues or immigration or military implementation is one thing, but the wholesale slaughter of innocence in something completely different.
In the end, it isn’t me “shoving my morals down anyone’s throat,” it’s simply a matter of being a good person and protecting utter innocence and saving lives.
Good evening and have a blessed night. :)
Anonymous asked: I have the right to live the life I want. As does any other woman. Why punish the child because she wasn't ready and forced to keep it because people like YOU say it shouldn't be done. Because it's "taking a life". As a Christian woman, I would much rather send my child directly to heaven, then to have my baby suffer because one mistake or simple accident. And at the end of the day, only God is to judge any action ANY person takes. Especially one as sensitive as this.
The right to life is not a right to a good life or any other type of life. It is simply the right to live and breathe and have the possibility to make the life you want. You are confusing things a bit there.
As a Christian, you should know that killing perfectly innocent children is wrong. With that argument you could kill anybody and justify it. Not gonna fly. And what do you mean “people like you?” A person with a moral compass? A male? I don’t see how any of that has any bearing as to whether killing a baby is ok or not.
Again, it goes back to personal responsibility. Why should an innocent baby, who has done nothing wrong, be the one to pay the ultimate price for your indiscretion and mistakes? He/her didn’t do anything to deserve a death penalty.
God is the judge on such matters, yes, but God also said “Thou shall not kill.” As a Christian I would expect you to understand this concept a bit better.
Anonymous asked: Your gf must have been one lucky girl because I have been using BC since I was 15 due to having endometriosis and it has NEVER cost me less than $50. And that was just the pill form... I still think it isn't your right to tell a woman she cannot abort a baby she is not financially and mentally ready for. Condoms DO break. I'm a prime example of birth control failing as well. I wouldn't want a man who doesn't know me having any say in MY life choices. Period.
Then they must have gone off your parents income. I never claimed to be an expert in these matters, just telling you things from my personal experience. The total cost to her was $9/month for pills. Even if they DO cost $50 per month… that is not very much if you budget your money properly. I’ve lived off of minimum wage, you’d be amazed at what you can do if you budget wisely.
There is no “right” to abortion. Find that in the Constitution and I’ll pay you $50. You know what is in the Constitution though? The right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Why does the unborn baby have his/her right to life, liberty and happiness cut short simply because he/she is the result of an irresponsible parent who can’t plan for her future properly?
Yes, condoms do break. That’s the risk you take when you have sex. This is where the entire personal responsibility thing comes into play. If you choose to have sex and if you choose to not use protection (or if said protection breaks), it is your responsibility to deal with the consequences of your actions. How is it fair to just kill a living being simply because it is inconvenient for you?
Bottom line: I don’t want anybody to be forced to pay for people’s sexual indiscretions or abortions. If you can’t budget your finances and take the responsibility to protect yourself when you have sex then you are not mature enough to have sex. And if you do happen to get pregnant from said sex, it’s your responsibility to care for or put that child up for adoption. If a woman chooses to take care of the child, it’s not the end of the world. Yes, her life will be more challenging, but it can be done. My own mother did it and she is just an ordinary woman.