Or should I say, “NPR: You get the out loud abortion loving hags taxpayers unwittingly pay for”? Yes, I’m fairly sure it’s the latter. As I’ve touched on in the last few articles, the proabort lie rant going on recently is a pathetic last resort to keep a foothold on a an ailing, limping liberal theory: abortion as a right, as healthcare and as a drawn weapon to be ‘equal’ to men.
While taking a vacation day with my husband in a very remote part of our state, we came across a NPR radio station loud and clear while others struggled to keep a discernible signal. THAT should be your first clue of who truly runs this country. During our fantastic ride admiring God’s handiwork admiring His display of fall colors, we heard a conversation regarding abortion on NPR. Keep in mind that as we wound around hairpin turns on tiny state roads and our cell phones struggled to have any signal we were able to hear this maniacal rambling on abortion LOUD AND CLEAR.
The gist of the conversation was this: They are trying to reclaim abortion rights because the prochoice movement is lacking. Yes, lacking, “Well, I think the pro-choice movement has become very defensive, and so they’ve adopted a language that I think they may not realize is stigmatizing.” Seriously. Stigmatizing. I think.
One of the first clues to understanding you are dealing with people that doesn’t have a leg to stand on in their ‘views’ is picking up on the vernacular, or keywords they use. Typically it’s ‘I believe’ or ‘I think’. They have no actual real-live-in-your-face evidence that abortion has worked in society. Instead they draw swords using college educated words that their audience probably don’t know….after all, most abortions, according to them, are targeted toward the lower classes and minorities who have not gone to college or might be high school dropouts.
“Well, I think we need to see abortion as a sort of normal part of the reproductive lives of women.” It’s been the ultimate prize of the proaborts to ‘normalize’ abortion. Over 4000 unborn babies die each day from abortion and that is supposed to be NORMAL? Murder….NORMAL? But as this interview went on and on and on it was easy to see that their normal was much different than real people.
Here’s part of the conversation that pretty much dehumanized how we’ve all began: As the fertilized egg…or as normal people call it, an unborn baby:
POLLITT: Well, you know, I think that’s the wrong question. I don’t think it’s about when life begins. Obviously a fertilized egg is not dead, it’s alive, right. But I think the question is, when does it become a person? And that is a social issue. For example, in Judaism — and remember the Jews wrote the Old Testament that people rely on to say that abortion is – you know, God is against it – it becomes a person when it takes its first breath. That’s when it acquires the…
POLLITT:…you know, the social rights of a person. And that doesn’t mean that, you know, Judaism says you can have an abortion the day before birth. They don’t say that because there are lots of other considerations. But what a person is is a very special piece of the whole thing. And I think that it is really hard to see a fertilized egg as a person since it has no brain, it has no head, it has no history, it has no consciousness. It has nothing that we — that a person has. It has no social relations. It has no history. It has — it just is a fertilized egg.
REHM: How should we be talking about abortion?
POLLITT: I think we should see abortion as something that is essential for women’s health, women’s rights, women’s equality. And the flip side of that – and here’s where the idea of reproductive justice comes in – is that when a woman wants to have a baby we should help her, you know. And that’s the other piece of it that people say, you know, oh, you had sex. You have to have a baby. They don’t – once you have the baby, oh, you had sex, now you have a baby. So forget you.
And then there’s the obligatory so-called clergy guy that got into the conversation:
BRIAN: I wanted to – I am a clergy person. I do a weekly public radio program here in Orlando with an imam and a rabbi. And we’ve dealt with this subject. We try to bring a moderate voice to the conversation. And it’s interesting that in the traditions we talk about, there is a great deal of support for women making this choice. My question and concern has to do with how this has become a political issue. It is clearly an issue of women’s health. It’s an issue of a woman’s right over her body in regard to health. It should be made with her doctor if she wants to bring in a religious leader and family members, that’s her choice.
Brian, you need to go home. You are not clergy, you are a secularized collar wearing liar that has no business saying anything about anything of God. How many more pages of the Bible do you have to tear out to believe abortion is normal?
When you listen to them in the above link, note their liquid smooth voices that teems with many years of liberal college degrees. Their calm voices that has a bit of eye roll in it gives the average listener the idea that these women have all the answers and you should shut up an listen to their years of authority and education.
We, as a society and community, listen to people like this and get caught up in the pseudo normality of it. Women like these in the proabort movement look at you with eyes that make you feel insignificant, unequal and somewhat pathetic. They take your eyes off the burnt orange clad feminazis that flanked the Texas Statehouse in Austin to make abortion look so…..well, normal rather than a fight waiting to happen.
Also please note that this absurdity was brought to you by PUBLICLY FUNDED NPR RADIO which essentially means that you as a tax payer paid this station and the people who run it AND the people in this interview to provoke you, the taxpayer, to accept abortion AS normal and without stigma. Yes, you can turn it off but many are not. And while I have breath in my lungs and still pay taxes, I have a voice that says I DO NOT ACCEPT THIS AND WANT TO DEFUND NPR.
I really wanted to dissect this interview, lie by lie, but I’ll let you do the honors.