Sunday, April 14, 2013

Desperate Women, Liberal Ideologies and Never-Born Children


No one says it better than Daniel Greenfield.

No one  defines abortion 
as honestly as abortion is grisly.
No one summarizes the moral decay of our society in as raw, 
yet as elegant, a manner.

Highlights from his current piece: 

In the urban battlefield of Philly, one of those rough men doing violence on behalf of liberal ideas was (at)  Thomas Jefferson University by the name of Kermit Gosnell.  Gosnell was one of those unsung heroes doing the dirty work that allowed the activists putting on another round of the Vagina Monologues sleep safely in their beds at night

       
                                                                        
Kermit Gosnell will be locked up. There will be a brief spurt of inspections. And then things will go on as before and the empowerment educators who wear "I Had an Abortion" t-shirts while they drive to the soccer games of their children in some placid suburb will sleep well at night knowing that somewhere in Philly, NYC and LA there are rough men doing violence to the wombs of desperate women and the lives of their unborn children on behalf of their ideologies and policies. Rough men in dark places doing he inevitable dirty work in the world they made.



....for many of the women who found and find their way to places like Gosnell's butcher shop, that is their story. It's not a story about abortion. It's a story about what happens when you replace the family with free love that turns out to be neither free nor love. Like teaching first graders sex ed or handing out condoms on the street, abortion is one of the ways that the liberal state tries to limit the fallout from its destruction of the family.




Daniel Greenfield hits one out of the park with his most recent post,
Read it in its entirety.
Be enlightened by his words.
And his insight.
 Share it.
Tweet it.
Blog it.
Facebook it.
Email it.
 Educate others.
Raise awareness.
I urge you to utilize your social media platforms to spread the truth.

Because in doing so, we are spreading the Truth.
Isn't this our goal? 
To follow where he led:

"We must be aware that the truth which we long to share does not derive 
its worth from its 'popularity' or from the amount of attention it receives,"

World Day of Social Communications
Jan. 2011

Than you, friends, for stopping in today.
Have a  beautiful day.
~God bless~

Until next time,

~Chris


And BTW,  if you're new here and you've  not checked out my book giveaway, 
why not do so now?
It's a staple and  on most homeschoolers' shelves.
But you just might not have a copy.
Entries open until this evening.
Winner announced here, Tuesday 4/16.

I am gratefully linking this post to the Catholic Bloggers Network





No comments:

Post a Comment

Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts.. .....
I LOVE YOUR COMMENTS!!
I will reply right here in the combox; so please check back if you'd like to continue the conversation.

Unfortunately, I've had to reactivate comment moderation due to frequent spam. So sorry you have to deal with this inconvenience.

If you'd like, you can contact me instead via email ~
campfiresandcleatsATgmail DOT com.