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MSNBC Host: Thank God and Country Abortion Was There to Save Me

squiddy Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 11:47 AM
While I can't help but be glad Toure hasn't spawned, thanking God that his sexual partner could legally destroy a human life so he didn't have to take responsibility for it is utter hypocrisy - if he truly believes in God, he should be apologizing to Him for what he did. Here's a thought - protect all of us from your next act of irresponsibility and try birth control. In fact, to ensure no further mistakes are made, might I suggest vasectomy - I'm sure you'd have no shortage of people willing to donate a rusty pair of scissors to do the job with. Grow up, and try to act like a decent human being - of course, MSNBC would have no further use for you - but at least you could look in the mirror ...
Basset Hound Wrote: Jan 28, 2013 11:51 AM
He has though. I listened to the whole context of his comment on the radio a few minutes ago. He said that after he and the mother of his aborted child broke up, he went on to marry another woman. When she got pregnant, he went with her to her doctor's appointment and saw the 12 week sonogram. He remarked that the child seemed "so human". He did NOT grasp the cognitive dissonance that the child he aborted (and thanked God that he had the right to do) was no less human than the unborn son he saw in the sonogram. Unbelievable.

We're used to MSNBC's Toure saying outlandish things, but his latest commentary in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade is by far the worst. During a segment last week, Toure went on what he called an abortion rant in which he thanked God and country abortion was there to "save him" at a time when taking care of a baby and becoming a father would have been inconvenient for him. He also refers to abortion as a "safety net."