Why Do You Support Monsters?

You have to ask yourself why you support monsters.  Until you can answer this question about yourself you really don’t have the wherewithal to engage in meaningful debate.

When Jesus says, “It would be better for them to be thrown into the sea with a millstone tied around their neck than to cause one of these little ones to stumble,” why is your answer “Not so, Jesus.  It is merciful, compassionate and progressive to kill the ‘unwanted’ ones?”  You need to answer that question about yourself.

When you resort to hiding behind ‘science’ without understanding or acknowledging that science is exactly how we know the unborn are human beings from the moment of conception and feel excruciating pain when the curette slices or the saline scalds you have to stop and ask yourself why you look away from science instead of being persuaded by it.  That’s a question you really need to answer about yourself.

When ethics, morality, the evidence of your own eyes and conscience tell you “These are people and it’s wrong to kill people,” and your answer is “Conscience avaunt!” you really have to ask yourself what makes you that way.

You have to ask yourself why you’re proud to dehumanize the most helpless among us.  You have to ask yourself why you regard it as a badge of honor to side with monsters instead of defending their victims.  You can’t credibly defend this great evil until you know this most elementary thing about yourself.

Why do you support monsters?

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3 Responses to Why Do You Support Monsters?

  1. ColorStorm says:

    Simple. Powerful. Incriminating.

    You ask a fair question.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. lang3063 says:

    For the life of me, I don’t get it. People dancing in the streets every time somebody sends a ton of dough to the obscenely well-heeled Planned Parenthood sent me over the edge this morning. I just asked the obvious question.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Wally Fry says:

    Good question. And well stated too. Sometimes we just have to call things the way they are.

    Liked by 2 people

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