Saturday, April 23, 2016
The Abortion Arguments Stop Thriving Human Brains
[recorded segment begins] -beating heart. The reference is a slogan against abortion.
Yeah, I don't understand that. [readjusts plankton filter and sucks down several fluid ounces] What does that mean?
It declares unequivocally that abortion is murder, and, therefore, wrong.
[looks at plankton tank] You mean they're saying that every life is sacred, like Buddha.
Every human life.
Oh. . . well now, that ISN'T strictly true. [closes tank]
You speak of your hypothesis that the life of a poor leader is worth less than any life of any follower.
Exactly. So, they're letting their religious beliefs override their belief in America.
Separation of church and state. Fundamental belief of Americans.
Does this mean religion and American are mutually exclusive?
No. Several religious texts have references to obeying governmental law.
[.38 second access of internet] Correct. The Articles Of Faith in Mormonism explicitly declare that its followers should obey the laws of the land they live in. One reference in Bible to paying taxes declared right by Jesus. Are you saying the anti-abortionists are wrong?
No. What I'm saying is that they should focus on winning the real fight and forget the arguing.
The real fight?
If enough dedicated, truly adamant people do the right thing by adopting, co-parenting, teaching with love, preventing child abuse continuation, being TRULY supportive of every child--
. . . well, then, if they ever were to do a good enough job, then no child would ever really wish they WERE dead. Children aren't always in a world filled with love. That's where all this dedication belongs. Get it? [recorded segment ends]