Thursday, February 07, 2008

Isn't that special?

A well-off, stable married couple decide to abort because, well, that's just their preference. And it brought them ever-so-much closer! It was a beautiful thing. "A love story."

Choosing Us

Paul Bernardo and Karla Homolka also found an unusual way of building their marital intimacy. Hey, Alison and Walter, check out the company you choose to keep.

And Karla's out of the klink now. Invite her over for a wine and cheese party. I'm sure you'd have a lot to talk about.


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Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing! I really wonder if their lives are as happy as they think it is. The words in Alison's story gives insight into what feminists are really thinking. It's amazing how many people allow Satan so much power over their lives.

Christina Dunigan said...

Frankly, I certainly hope they're *not* happy, because your soul would have to be a pretty black hole to get warm fuzzies over an abortion.

I try to think that people like that are more worthy of pity than scorn, but it's hard to pity somebody who throws away somebody else's life (knowing full well and acknowledging full well that was what they wre doing) simply because, well, that's what they perferred. Paper or plastic? Burgers or pizza? Live baby or shredded fetus? Oh, so many choices available to the savvy consumer today!

Tori said...

It's obviously a cry for validation. You can tell by the use of certain key terms that she knew exactly what she was doing and that it was wrong. She did it anyways and now she needs the femnazis to commend her. What a complete state of denial.... A love story? More like a hate story...Where do you find all these crazy articles??

Christina Dunigan said...

Validation. Something wrongdoers often seek even to their detriment. Cops use this when dealing with pedophiles. The need for validation is so strong that the perp will confess to a cop who pretends to "understand".