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Problems Solutions and Trade Offs II

Original2 Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 10:22 AM
The ability of the Left to accuse the Right of actions the Left itself has committed is astonishing. Do you go to training sessions to learn this? I think you would really have to dig deep and pluck sound-bites to find any pro-lifers who "heap scorn, disapproval, slanders about promiscuity, etc on a woman seeking an Abortion". But it is everyday discourse to accuse the anti-abortion movement of the most hideous of motives and actions. The folks who are queasy about preventing an abortion in the case of rape or incest are part of the squishy middle, who have long been p^$$y-whipped by the strident language of the feminists. We have evolved into a nation that protects only designated victim-groups, not the actual poor and innocent.
FlamingLiberalMultiCulturalist Wrote: Sep 10, 2012 10:38 AM
original2:
' "I think you would really have to dig deep and pluck sound-bites to find any pro-lifers who "heap scorn, disapproval, slanders about promiscuity, etc on a woman seeking an Abortion". '

Original2, it's not often that I read someone saying a brand new really stupid thing Abortion, but you just did. I cannot believe that you wrote what you wrote above with a straight face. No, I don't have to dig deep at all. I can pluck them from other comments to this column.
Most of my columns are meant to expose the hypocrisy of self-described liberals who have taken over our institutions of higher learning. However, on some occasions, I attempt to address misguided thinking among self-described conservatives. An example is my recent column “Romney and the Rapist,” which was described by many readers as either “weird” or “convoluted” or both. Those descriptions are indeed accurate and reflect the intention behind the controversial essay. It was my intention to write a column that would identify absurd arguments as a means of drawing out the flawed reasoning of those who would support Romney’s proposed rape...