Rights for Everything but Pre-Born Babies

Ever since Roe v. Roe was passed in 1973 by the Supreme Court in a 7-2 decision, millions of Americans have been trying to convince pro-abortionists that killing pre-born babies is a moral evil. Pro-life advocates have reasoned with pro-abortionists, showed them pictures of aborted babies, and even blockaded abortion mills to stop pregnant women from killing their children.

Through nearly 40 years of debate on the subject and a dramatic public shift to the pro-life, anti-abortion position, abortion now defines what it means to be a Democrat.

The evidence for the Democrats’ obsession with abortion is overwhelming — from its platform plank and repeated speakers at the Democratic National Convention to the almost daily defense of the bloody business by Democrat leaders and their zombie-like supporters.

Ann Coulter writes the following in her book Godless:

“Abortion is the sacrament and Roe v. Wade is Holy Writ. This is why we have to have World War III every time there’s an opening on the Supreme Court. As long as Roe is the law of the land, elected Democrats can hide behind the Supreme Court’s ruling. They rarely have to cast votes on abortion bills, because the High Court has removed abortion from the democratic process. All the Democrats have to do is smear any Supreme Court nominee who might possibly vote to overturn Roe and finally allow Americans to vote on abortion.”

Yes, there are people who support the Democrats for other reasons, but they’ve joined a bloody political religion.

There is more concern among Democrats for snail darters, swamps, salmon, eagles, elephants, and baby seals than preborn babies,

While not directly related to abortion, this National Public radio article shows where liberalism’s priorities are — “Recognizing the Right of Plants to Evolve”:

“If proposals calling for rights for animals are on the table, why not rights for other living things? Plants, for instance. After all, plants can sometimes exhibit humanlike behavior. And we’re not just talking about the butterwort-flytrap hybrid in The Little Shop of Horrors. Some plants respond well to music. Some ‘smell’ other plants. Still others seem to shrink away when touched.”

“Humanlike behavior”? How about the actual human behavior exhibited by pre-born babies like thumb sucking, response to pain, and, yes, reacting to being touched in the womb?

Then there is the call for “plant liberation” by Michael Marder, author of the forthcoming Plant-Thinking: A Philosophy of Vegetal Life. Will “plant liberation” include the liberation of plant seeds and seedlings?

The final push by the Democrats is to make anyone who does not believe in abortion to be anti-modern, a throwback to a time when men and women didn’t bath but once or twice a year. The following is from Jay Thomas, actor (Cheers, Mr. Holland’s Opus, etc.) and radio host, and big-time Obama supporter:

“[Mitt Romney] is a gosh-darn guy. He doesn’t drink. The other guy’s a big Catholic. I mean, I can’t believe we’re talking the 21st century and these two white idiots are running for something. I just think it looks like 1955. These are the most un-modern people I’ve ever seen. They’re medieval, almost. They don’t believe in abortion.”

If you really want to be modern and politically viable, according to Thomas, you’ve got to believe it’s OK to kill pre-born babies! Talk about being “medieval.” It’s the definition of savagery.