Libs Bash #Graham-Cassidy, Demand Care for All Vulnerable People… Except Unborn

Libs Bash #Graham-Cassidy, Demand Care for All Vulnerable People… Except Unborn

Libs Bash #Graham-Cassidy, Demand Care for All Vulnerable People… Except Unborn

People on the left were freaking out about Graham-Cassidy yesterday.

They took to the internet and proclaimed their concern for people who might be adversely affected by the legislation. Read on to see some tweets from the galactic storm that was going on in the Twitterverse.

Bernie predicted genocide:

Dr. Dena Grayson shared a list of all the ways Graham-Cassidy will herald the end of the world for women:

Joe Kennedy III, ginger inheritor of the Kennedy pedigree, made a “how dare you, the children are sick” appeal:

Sen. Jeff Merkley used apocalyptic diction to characterize pro-ACA-repeal conservatives as demonic:

NARAL tweeted a quote and picture of Sen. Kamala Harris demanding “equal justice” for all:

And, of course, Planned Parenthood, the masterpiece artist of tone-deaf tweets, had these things to say:

Each of these tweets despairs over the idea of care being denied to vulnerable people.

But each of these tweets also yearns for the defeat of Graham-Cassidy, a piece of legislation that, if passed, would pull funding from Planned Parenthood, a great abuser of what is, definitively, America’s most vulnerable population.

Sigh. More cognitive dissonance from pro-choicers.

I’m so tired of pro-choicers claiming that 1) they are epitomes of virtue, 2) pro-lifers are misogynistic iterations of Satan, and 3) the life of a fetus is insignificant (unless the mother of said fetal life arbitrarily decides to value it… then pro-choicers suddenly worry about maternity care and demonize Republican legislators for attacking PP, you know, because of all that prenatal care PP provides nationwide).

All of this makes me want to put my head in my garbage disposal. How can people virtue-signal on human rights issues while defining a particular human group as subhuman?

Here’s how: right now, there is this invasive attitude in America that communicates it is best, even moral, to put “self” first.

It’s in our media:

And music:

And movies:

And TV:

It’s the attitude of “you do you.” It’s a 21st century dogma of self-maximization.

This dogma inspires virtue-signaling. It feels good when others applaud you, even if they applaud for superficial or erroneous reasons.

This dogma also says, “It’s okay to end the pregnancy as long as I get to live the way I want. My body, my choice. Me first.”

Without this dogma, the abortion industry would be dead in the water.

Granted, some abortion advocates would push back against the idea that selfishness ultimately undergirds the pro-choice agenda. They’d say something like: “We’re not being selfish when we stand up for a woman’s right to choose. We’re protecting vulnerable women who can’t afford a kid, don’t want to give up their plans or their educations, need to get away from an abusive partner, etc.”

Let’s be real. By and large, abortion exists because people want to duck out of the consequences of sex. And those who say something akin to “I would never have an abortion myself, but I just don’t want to tell other people what to do with their bodies” are prioritizing the desires of born humans- a population with which they identify and socially interact- over the best interests of the unborn. Of course they don’t want born humans (their peers) to be pissed at them should they encourage women to carry to term. That’s understandable. It’s self-preservation. It’s innately human.

But it’s not right. It’s human to be selfish. It’s not good to be selfish.

If those on the side of life could somehow convince Americans (who have been snowed into believing abortion is a moral good) that abortion is actually deeply morally wrong, we’d make some progress against this abhorrent genocide that has already claimed around 60,000,000 lives in the US since Roe v. Wade.

Moral change is our hope of eradicating abortion. Other than defunding organizations like Planned Parenthood, legal change is a bust right now. People have built up Roe in their minds as this pillar of women’s rights, a defining fixture of our political climate that proves we’re not barbarians. It’s unlikely that Roe v. Wade will be overturned, especially in the foreseeable future. And even if it is overturned, women would still have abortions. 

Instead, we must appeal to people’s hearts. We must show the humanity of the unborn. We need to visualize that humanity for those who can’t see it. We need to emphasize that humanity to those who try to make it seem small and insignificant. We can change our nation’s sense of morality for the better. We can repopularize the ideals of sacrifice, noble-heartedness, and putting others first. It’s all possible. If we do these things, we may have a hope of not only saving babies, but also hope of saving our culture.

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  • Robert says:

    Thousands die every month in the horror chambers of Planned Parenthood to no objections from Dems.

  • Scott says:

    The leftist education system and media are a large part of the problem here, and until we change those, changing peoples opinions about abortion (or much else) is a nearly lost cause.

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