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The Right To Choose... Rape?

Joycey Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 1:02 PM
It ought to be in the heart of every human being to want to save an innocent human life that is in danger. Especially a mother for her own child. Solomon proved that. It is disturbing to think that a woman would want to choose to kill her own unborn baby.
Dogs for Romney_TX Chair Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 2:55 PM
Check this out from Twitchy. The "jokes" about Paul Ryan and his daughter are too vile to be believed. But then again, they're typical fare for the Left.
Joycey Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 1:03 PM
Joycey Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 1:11 PM
When Solomon offered to halve the baby what was the woman like that wanted to go for it? Selfish and jealous and hateful. That was the type.
David4692 Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 3:24 PM
That woman wasn't the mother. There was a famine. There was a famine the wrong mother wanted to 'eat' the baby !!
rickmcq Wrote: Oct 12, 2012 3:33 PM
That explanation id new to me, David.

1Kings 3:16-28. Two young women who lived in the same house and who both had an infant son came to Solomon for a judgement. One of the women claimed that the other, after accidentally smothering her own son while sleeping, had exchanged the two children to make it appear that the living child was hers. Both women claimed to be the mother of the living son and said that the dead boy belonged to the other.

After some deliberation, King Solomon called for a sword to be brought before him. He declared that there is only one fair solution: the live son must be split in two, each woman receiving half of the child.

There is no mention of cannibalism, which would have been a grievous sin.
I know it sounds outrageous, but the arguments my liberal readers make for abortion have convinced me that they are trying to legalize rape. Aside from the obvious fact that rape is a moral issue (and one can’t legislate morality), pro-abortion reasoning provides 10 additional reasons for making rape legal. I have enumerated all of them below. I have even taken the time to expand on some of the more disturbing arguments:

1. It is uncertain where consent ends and force begins. Because that is largely a religious question that cannot be determined by science, it has no place...