Saturday, July 03, 2010

NARAL: Closing off all other options in the name of "choice"

Pro-Abortion Group Wants Pregnancy Centers Removed From Internet Directories:

They say they support choice, but the pro-abortion activists at NARAL want to leave women in unplanned pregnancy situations with one option: abortion.

If you offer anything other than abortion, NARAL doesn't want women to know you're there and available. The only "choice" choice is abortion.

Yeah, they dress it up in "Oh, those horrible CPCs LIE to women!" By "lie" they mean "Say things we don't want women to hear because if women hear those things they'll reject abortion, and if they reject abortion we lose political and financial ground"

Follow the money, people. NARAL will go broke if women make choices other than abortion. They MUST keep abortion as the only readily available option for frightened, isolated women. They must keep those women frightened and isolated. A woman who rejects abortion is a defeat for them financially and politically.

This is also a spiritual battle. Satan is the Father of Lies, and he will do everything in his power to keep people away from hope and truth and life. NARAL was founded on lies and deception, starting with the unmitigated lie that 5,000 to 10,000 women were dying from criminal abortions a year.

NARAL seeks to destroy not only babies, but life, love, hope, truth. They exist to promote sin and lies and death. Period. And this attempt to close off any option other than abortion is very graphic proof of that.


OperationCounterstrike said...

You seem to be confused. NARAL doesn't get money when women get abortions. NARAL is a political organization, not an abortion provider for profit.

Christina Dunigan said...

Where does NARAL get their money from? Abortionists. If abortionists go broke from lack of business, what happens to NARAL?

OperationCounterstrike said...

Nice try, but that's silly.

NARAL gets its money from pro-choice Americans generally, not just "abortionists".

Christina Dunigan said...

OC, if abortion became uncommon, how many people would feel moved to promote NARAL?

NARAL needs to keep abortion common and profitable, or they die.

OperationCounterstrike said...

RE: "OC, if abortion became uncommon, how many people would feel moved to promote NARAL?"

That would depend on WHY abortions became uncommon. If it were because of lower demand for abortions, then you might be right, people wouldn't feel moved to donate to NARAL. BUT if it were because of supply--if it were because abortion-docs were having a hard time meeting the demand for their services, then people would be MORE moved to donate to NARAL, in order to support the docs and restore access to abortion.

One of my complaints about NARAL and other feminist organizations is, they tend to exaggerate the threats to abortion access, because it motivates their donors to donate more.