Re: And fewer PP's mean less reproductive health services, counseling, and prenatal care - especially helpful to the poo


Author:Russ
Date:2019-03-11 00:55:02
In Reply To:Re: And fewer PP's mean less reproductive health services, counseling, and prenatal care - especially helpful to the poo by TW
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Every announced presidential candidate voted against the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act which required doctors to "exercise the same degree of professional skill, care, and diligence to preserve the life and health of" children who survive attempted abortions. If that's not a position in favor of infanticide then nothing is. Governor Blackface said as much: "The infant would be kept comfortable. The infant would be resuscitated if that's what the mother and the family desired, and then a discussion would ensue between the physicians and the mother."
Organized religions' future survival, or demise, will be decided by sexual equality and abortion rights.
The nones will abort, contracept, and death with dignity themselves out of existence. In a thousand years, there will be no one left but the superstitious - Catholics, Latter Day Saints, Muslims, Orthodox Jews, and Hindu OBCs. Every other demographic group has already chosen suicide. AOC has issued the stop breeding directive. A generation of imbeciles may choose to sterilize itself.
As women gain equal footing the current religions will become irrelevant. In a thousand years people will look at these religions like we do the ancient Babylonians.

I personally hope at least one of the future religions is based around technology, and one of its gods is named C-PU. That would be most excellent.
Religion is bullshit. I always reference the George Carlin stand up scene where he goes off about religion. It also drives people mad. I grew up in a catholic household and I can tell you there is no bigger bullshit story than religion period.
Carlin was brilliant, a lot if his comedy is still quite relevant. I grew up Presbyterian, it was more of a social club than anything. Sure, we went through the religious rigamarole, but most of us were focused on the hot chocolate afterwards.

The Rich Elect; The Poor Vote.

The seeds of ignorance bear preventable tragedies.

Coffee Cup Blues:
Monday has never been my favorite day of the week, but getting murdered before I could finish my first cup of coffee was a new low, even for Monday.
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