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Friday, May 05, 2006

Remember when girls felt forced to give their child up for adoption? Things are better now, they just feel forced to KILL.

Words can not express my disgust upon reading the most recent planned parenthood article (ok Im a masochist!) We kill for money inc.!

It is lamenting the poor girls of the 50's who got pregnant and felt they had no choice but to give away their newborn children. Most of these women felt very sad and very lost after giving away their child. If only abortion was there, why then these women could have KILLED their children. We all know that killing your child is much easier than giving it away to adoption and has no chance of mental scaring.

Seriously Planned Parenthood, do you really think that women who bemoan their adoption decisions would be happier if they felt trapped into an abortion? It is incredible you do not see the connection between the "coerced adoptions" of yesteryear with the "coerced abortions" of today.

apparently in 50 years you will be writing an article about the horrors of the "poor girls who felt trapped into an abortion" Somehow I bet their bleeding heart stops where their pocket book starts.


  • It's funny-- you see girls and women crying on television because they DIDN'T keep their baby, AND other women and girls also crying on television because they DID! Do those women who gave up babies in the 50's look at

    By Blogger Jill R., at 6:48 AM  

  • (oops, clicked too soon)
    Anyway, I wonder if any of those women who gave up babies in the 50's actually look at teenage mothers of today and think things like "Oh yeah, THAT's the life I wanted!"
    While not every teenage mom has a completely terrible life, IMHO I can't see how all the negativity toward teen pregnancy even today could make those women long to be in a similar situation.
    -Jill R.
    P.S. I know there used to be a stigma against keeping a baby if you were not married, but now it seems as if there is a stigma against placing a child for adoption! Not that I believe every woman in a crisis pregnancy SHOULD do this, but the topic of adoption does seem to be either ignored or trashed pretty often these days.

    By Blogger Jill R., at 7:03 AM  

  • Oh yes definatly. Adoption is apparantly akin to taking your child (or puppy for the choicers) out to a shooting range in terms of immorality.

    My question is would these 50's birthmothers feel happier if they had killed their child through abortion. I highly doubt it.

    By Blogger Lauren, at 1:47 PM  

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