Friday, February 6, 2009

Parting Thought

A few of the blogs I love to read have posted something about this alarming and moronic article.

I wont be arguing her point because she doesn't have one. It's illogical to the extreme. I can't even begin to dissect all the medical, logical and ethical fallacies involved.

My only commentary is as follows:


I have written posts about crapping myself that have more intellect, compassion and accuracy.

Have a good weekend everyone.

11 comments:

Pepper said...

Okay, your posts are hysterical!

And spot on. I couldn't agree more.

areyoukiddingme said...

Now THAT is a beautiful commentary on that article!

Nic said...

I was lost for words when I read that article! I completely agree with you

Sue said...

I stumbled onto your site from another blog (no eggs in this basket) and had to read what article you were referring to. It gave me a stomach ache. How ugly! But I wanted to post and tell you how absolutely beautiful your profile picture is!

Jewels said...

Wow, I couldnt even finish reading the article, It pisses me off - I better not even get into it because I want to punch her in the face.....:::sigh:::
....Yep! Better shut my mouth.

dreamsandfalsealarms said...

no crap!

Frenchie said...

wow. I read her "article" and I just don't know what to say....wow. Assuming she considers herself a Christian (as most pro-lifers do) I am struck by the un-Christian-like character of her commentary. Full of hate. Wow. But the irony is lost on people like that.

Chelle said...

LOL! I agree!

jodie38 said...

Abso-f'ing-lutely. It doesn't even dignify a comment. Totally f*cked me off...

And I love your crap stories. I even had to re-read it since you provided a link. I look forward to hearing more. Well, hearing funny stories in general - I'm not actually hoping you'll crap yourself for my entertainment.

Although, if you wouldn't mind, it's becoming a really long day....

No?

Oh well.

:)

Teresa said...

That is some crazy sh*t. People are so cruel!

Amy said...

I know this thread is pretty much done, but I just have to add my two cents. Choosing to abort a pregnancy is an agonizing decision for most any normal woman. And she will undoubtedly feel some grief over the loss of that potential child. So, why should someone who is pro-choice not have the right to grieve a "natural" pregnancy loss. And another thing I have learned in my life, "Everyone has a story." One cannot even begin to assume that they understand (and can judge) another's choices and feelings.