I’m finding myself thinking of the various perversions the Torah chooses to describe as “confusion.”
Full quote, from the father of Martin Luther King, Jr.:
“The woman has a right to choose what happens to her body, but that baby is not her body.”
“Her warning: black people are murdering themselves.”
“In Georgia, 53.6 Percent of Babies Aborted Are Black,” “In Mississippi, 72 Percent of the Babies Aborted Are Black,” and “More Black Babies Die in Abortions in New York City Than Given Birth.”
Here’s a gory description of abortion by a doctor who performed them, plus a rebuttal of the idea that killing the 2nd or third trimester baby is sometimes needed to save the mother
I predict aquittal or, at most, conviction on a single count of negligent homicide and a sentence of time served.
This Ross Douthat piece is worth your while. He points out that most reflex liberalism (equality! fairness!) is really reflex Christianity, and it doesn’t make much sense to criticize Christianity’s sexual ethics, e.g., on the grounds that they conflict with some vaguely remembered echo of Christian doctrine on the dignity of man that’s been worked up into a generalized system.
Nope, not kidding. These medical ethicists really are edging towards being pro-choice on infanticide. Their logic is impeccable: killing a baby a few minutes after its birth is little different from killing it a few minutes before. My baby, my choice!
As Abraham Lincoln might say, our progress in degeneracy seems to me pretty rapid.
The rallying cry of the pro-abortion people has always been that a woman has the right to choose, like a bloodthirsty medieval baron with the rights of high, middle, and low justice. If justice is what you want to call it. (more…)