NARAL is not about Rights
It is hypocritical to use the phrase “National Abortion and Reproduction Rights Action League.” NARAL doesn’t deal with reproductive rights but with killing babies. NARAL is an arbiter of death not life. Reproductive Rights sounds positive and humane which is not the case.
I remember when I was seventeen my girlfriend thought I had knocked her up. I was in no way ready to become a father. She agreed that she’d have an abortion if she was pregnant. She wasn’t. But convenience called and we would have gone through the abortion (in those days it was illegal) rather than complicate our lives.
Does that make me a proud man who is in favor of promoting “Reproductive Rights?” Gee, phrasing it like that sounds like a humane act rather than what it is--murder. Should I boast about my support of abortion? Should I be proud of the reprehensible? No, I was a sniveling, irresponsible kid. I wasn’t a saint. I was an adolescent who didn’t want to take responsibility.
Abortion would have made me an accomplice to a murder. And I would have been a killer. Not to the degree of killing a full grown human being but a killer nevertheless. I would not have boasted about my negative deed or claimed that I was supporting women’s right to control their own bodies even if it involved murder. At least I’d take negative credit for it. I wouldn’t sugar coat it.
I am what I am. Why hide it beneath political correctness or phony language like “Reproductive Rights?” Why take credit for being a “Rights Action” leader when you are ripping a baby out of a woman’s loins? Why ride around like Joan of Arc when you are Lady Macbeth?
Take discredit where discredit is due. Stop talking about the reproductive right to kill as if abortions were emblems of bold righteous courage.
NARAL is not about rights. It’s about taking away the rights of a newborn to be born. Then NARAL pats itself on the back as being a rights giver instead of a life taker.
Clinton was impeached not for what he did with Monica Lewinsky but for lying. It’s time NARAL and the pro-abortion crowd stopped lying. They are not seeking moral rights. They are doing what’s convenient. I see the consequences of their acts. I am one of the almost-guilty. But, at least, I wouldn’t boast about a bad act, pretending I am a saint seeking “Reproductive Rights.”
Perhaps if the NARAL toadies faced up to their guilt instead of boasting about their rights to abortion, fewer people would go through with them. Perhaps if liberals stopped taking credit for good deeds when their acts were horrendous, we’d see the world through binoculars, not a glass darkly.
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