Friday, April 23, 2010

Against Abortion

I found this on another blog and I thought it made some very good points:

The reality of what is in the womb is no longer at issue. In essence, it is no longer an issue about what the baby is, but rather where the baby is. The argument is the personhood of the baby. The pro-aborts have painted themselves into the same corner that the pro-slavery movement found itself in so many years ago. As the argument went then, a slave really isn't a person. The argument was that there were two different "persons" in the U.S. Constitution. One for slaves, and one for everyone else. As ridiculous as that sounds today, it held water for many years, primarily by judicial fiat perpetrated by activist judges legislating from the bench rather than upholding the Constitution. An ironic parallel in history indeed. The pro-aborts are in the same place today. If ever you want to condone murder, simply redefine someone as a non-person. Viola! Problem solved! Reality, of course, is quite different and not subject to man-made legal definitions.

Sunday, April 18, 2010


Thursday, April 1, 2010

Sleeping Giant

If you're checking in...I'm still alive (I know you've been on pins and needles)

I'm on a mini "vacation" from this blog. Actually, vacation is horrible verbiage. If I were writing honestly...I hate politics.

There are nights where I literally lay in bed...tossing and turning...because of what this country has become. A presidency that was supposed to usher in massive amounts of 'hope' and 'change' has drained every ounce of hope that I ever had.

Although I worry about my own life, I cringe at the thought of what this world will be like for my daughter and child-to-be. At times, I feel sorry for bringing them into such an evil, immoral world. There has to be real hope out there, right?

Hopefully, I'll continue to write and discuss politics on this blog. Until there is some regularity...keep fighting.
"If an American is to amount to anything he must rely upon himself, and not upon the State; he must take pride in his own work, instead of sitting idle to envy the luck of others. He must face life with resolute courage, win victory if he can, and accept defeat if he must, without seeking to place on his fellow man a responsibility which is not theirs." - Theodore Roosevelt