Monday, June 18, 2007

Nobody is really pro-abortion?

A world gone mad

"It seems like ancient history at this point, but as one who came of age as a 1970s Ivy Leaguer, no self-respecting career-oriented peer who conceived out of wedlock would have considered bringing that pregnancy to term."

This chick sees it as evil that women choose to assume responsibility for children they concieve, rather than cooly and matter-of-factly snuffing them.

This is what our society has come to?

In the introduction to The Rebel, in a paragraph in which Camus laments "massacres justified by philanthropy," you will find these words:

On the day when crime dons the apparel of innocence -- through a curious transportation peculiar to our times -- it is innocence that is called upon to justify itself.

We've come to the point where you have to explain yourself if you choose not to snuff the life of an innocent human being that your own actions have brougt into existence.

This is how I came to believe in Satan before I was really sure there is a God.

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