Some Pro-Abortion, Pro-Murder activists in Nebraska struck a blow for immorality and churlishness on Wednesday when they attacked Republican Nebraska Congressman Jeff Fortenberry by “glitter-bombing” his office.
A note attached to the glitter bomb read, “Congrats, you’ve earned this for trying to deny women their right to choice. Mind your own uterus.”
There is no word from the abortion activists on how they justify murdering a child to keep someone else from being inconvenienced. The pro-abortion community is big on simplistic quotes and chanting about the anatomy of women, but they are short on logic and science.
May I suggest to women everywhere, if they’d prefer not having a child, they should refrain from participating in sexual activity. Now, I am not telling them not to have sex. They can do whatever they want with their body, and they may choose to enjoy sexual relations with whomever they’d like… however, if they do participate in a sexual relationship, one of the possibilities they should expect is the creation of a child. See, that’s what can happen when a man and a woman have sex – they create a new life.
At this point, the “choice” should be gone.
When you make the “choice” to murder a child in its mother’s womb, you fail to take into account the wishes of that child. Our Declaration of Independence proclaims the right of every person to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, but abortion flies in the face of every point of that precious creed.
Science tells us that we are human beings, even in utero. We are living human beings and separate entities from our mother – even while cocooned in the warm embrace of our mother’s womb. Today a child born prematurely at 25 weeks can still be given a reasonable chance to survive and thrive! In fact, we have recorded instances of babies being born as early as 21 weeks and surviving… (a few more examples)
So what is the difference between a premie child born and cared for and a child of 28 weeks aborted and discarded like simple garbage?
The only difference is the immorality of the people who would willingly – happily even, murder a child.
As for the glitter bombing victim, Jennifer Allen is Rep. Fortenberry’s spokesperson and she said, “You can certainly disagree with your member of Congress or any member of Congress, but this is pretty reckless and irresponsible. It’s just a huge waste of everybody’s time and resources. Nobody was injured, except now people have glitter on their clothes.”
That’s a real grown up way to deal with an issue that is literally life or death.