Five Ft. Three

“A society that puts equality before freedom will get neither. A society that puts freedom before equality will get a high degree of both.” ― Milton Friedman

I’m giving up

on February 6, 2012

I no longer will fight for the unborn. I have decided they are better off not being born into this crappy world anyway. They are much better off going directly into the loving arms of God our Father in heaven. I kinda wish I hadn’t brought children into this world, because it sucks and I regret that my having them means they have to endure it.

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20 responses to “I’m giving up

  1. Jim McKee says:

    You could pick almost any time in history and say the same thing. It would suck to exist in the time of the Bubonic Plague, or when smallpox was running rampant. I'm sure it sucked to be in the Great Depression, or in the Civil War. Compared to those periods, it's not so bad right now. I agree, things sure look depressing sometimes. But as long as we have one breath left, we can make things better. Keep fighting the good fight.

  2. Z-man says:

    I didn't know what to say at first but you open up an interesting discussion thread. Aborted children go directly to God but you could make the case that had they not been aborted some of them might wind up in Hell. Anyway I hope you're not retiring from blogging altogether as you will be missed.

  3. Beth says:

    Not retiring from blogging, just not arguing with pro-aborts anymore. They make me sick to my stomach.

  4. soapster says:

    Pro-Aborts…Nice.That said, is it not then fair to suggest that those supporting Obama, Santorum, Gingrich or Romney are Pro-War?You know full well they all are more than willing to go guns blazing into Syria/Iran.

  5. Beth says:

    I just call it like I see it, would you prefer I call you "anti-life"?

  6. soapster says:

    Whatever label you like.

  7. Z-man says:

    Soap why do you take offense at the label "pro-abortion"? It would seem to be a perfectly neutral description to me. Not only that but if some people can be labeled anti-abortion and they are then it stands to reason that others can correctly be described as pro-abortion.

  8. soapster says:

    If the intention is to supplant pro-abort with pro-choice then it isn't at all neutral.A pro-abort would be either a woman who has one or a father who is in support of one.An individual who is pro-choice would be the neutral candidate as they themselves may or may not be in fact a pro-abort. Such an individual merely accepts that others may choose in accordance with their own values (whatever those values may be).

  9. Z-man says:

    That's not a bad answer. You just gave me an idea for a thread thanx soapster.

  10. Beth says:

    I disagree Soapie, I am pro 2nd Amendment, but I don't own a gun. You don't have to actively participate in an activity to be for or against it. If you think abortions should be legal, you are in fact pro-abortion.

  11. soapster says:

    Guilt by association eh? Very well..we shall mark this on the calendar and be sure to exploit the hell out of it when it becomes most opportune to do so.

  12. Beth says:

    Who am I calling guilty, and guilty of what?

  13. soapster says:

    If I'm not mistaken, you have stated that individuals who wish to remain neutral, who themselves would not choose abortion but do not desire to come between another couple and their doctor who may decide otherwise, are (in your opinion) pro-aborts?Such a sentiment runs right up there with that whole Bush "you're either with us or against us" BS.

  14. Beth says:

    Someone who wants abortion to remain legal is not neutral, they have a definite opinion on the matter.

  15. soapster says:

    You're not being intellectually honest and in fact you are operating on two premises.It is irresponsible and presumptious on your part to infer or suggest that someone who wishes to keep abortion practices legal does so with malicious intent and does so for the sake of exclusively aborting fetuses.

  16. Beth says:

    LOL Soapie, someone such as yourself has spent much time on this blog and others with the purpose of vilifying pro-lifers and you think your intensions are pure? HA!

  17. Beth says:

    Case in point, I ended up getting into a futile argument at Z-man's blot about abortion, I wish I saved myself the time I spent there doing so, what a waste of my time!

  18. soapster says:

    I've vilified pro-lifers? Huh that's news to me. I've challenged them and made them face up to their contradictions.If that's villifying then I'm guilty as charged.The abortion issue doesn't interest me in the least. It's not my life ambition.

  19. Beth says:

    Thought occurred to me that makes me feel much better about my children's future. If libertarians and liberals are all popping all the birth control pills they can, and aborting all of their children, then this problem will take care of itself, my kids won't have a generation of these to deal with like I do. What a relief!

  20. soapster says:

    You may wish to reexamine your ill conceived notions. I know lots of libertarians who have recently had kids or are pregnant.

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