He speaks truths, such as:
I love going to abortion rallies to pick up women. 'Cause you know they f*****. You ain't gonna find a bunch of virgins at the abortion rally!
A friend of mine told me about the day he and some buddies were strolling through DC and stumbled onto an abortion rally. Their reaction? Pay dirt! Women that would put out and were highly unlikely to come looking for child support later. Pro-abortion rallies are a dream come true for men just looking for a quick lay.
Ah, the abortion issue, man! It's a woman's issue. A woman get pregnant, she don't wanna hear s**t from the man. .... Unless she decides to have the baby, then she's like, "Where my check?"
When a woman gets pregnant, it's a choice between the woman, and her girl friends.
Which is true. And has always been. Nancy Howell Lee's research into criminal abortions even found that the main predictor of whether a woman would seek out an illegal abortion in pre-Roe days was what she perceived to be the normative choice for her peers. So much for how abortion is a sign that the woman is free-thinking and independent.
A woman get pregnant, her and her girl friends get together, and they have a little abortion tribunal, and they vote on the baby like it's Survivor. .... And that's how life is decided in America.
Note how he acknowledges that everybody knows that it's a baby, and a baby's life, that's being discussed up or down.
Guess what, guys? If you suggest abortion, and then she has the baby, when that kid's about five, six years old, he gone be cursing your ass out. You say, "Hey, what's up, Little Man? How you doing, man?" "I'm ALIVE! That's how the f** I'm doing! You wanted me dead, huh, biatch? I'm ALIVE, m-fer. I should bust a cap on your ass!"
And everybody laughs.
Which is sad.