N.Y. Times Columnist Hopes for More Voices Proudly Rejoicing When 'Parasitic' Babies Are Aborted
In Texas, itâ€™s only a matter of hours until abortions are banned at 20 weeks. Itâ€™s a popular bill amongst those residing in The Lone Star State â€“ with 62 percent supporting the law. Nationally, 50 percent of women and 52 percent of Millennials also want abortions to be banned at 20 weeks. Overall, only 14 percent of Americans support late-term abortions. The public is not with them, so pro-aborts vent their rage.
How do they do that? By salivating over women who donâ€™t care they had them in the first place â€“ and celebrating their courage in carrying out the dirty deed. On Tuesday, MSNBC featured New York Times op-ed contributor Beth Matusoff Merfish, who was â€śincredibly proudâ€ť of her motherâ€™s abortion. Today, Jessica Grose of the Washington Post-affiliated Slate news site, who now writes a monthly column for the "Motherlode" blog at the New York Times, wrote that we need to hear more...
I wanted to add that a female in the animal kingdom has instinct built inside her by God to protect and nourish her young until they are able to fend for themselves..she will even give her life if necessary to protect them..have you ever encountered a hen setting on her nest? I have and know exacly what that old southern saying"madder than an ole setting hen"really means! So we can't say these women are animals because they are not anywhere close to being like an animal.
Ok the seed her body produced and the sperm that her sex partner produced united and became a foreign agent that was destroying her body as well as her joy..now is she giving up sex or is she going to use some of the more effective birth control methods that now available
A woman describing her abortion: "ByÂ mondayÂ my hormones were a little wonky but in all i just felt like this parasitic creature that burrowed its way into me and fed of my energy, apetite, [sic] and joy was removed. And I had been restored."
These hate filled, nasty, God-less people act as if babies are some sort of "thing"; seemingly forgetting that they were babies not all that long ago. Sad how the media and pro-choice organizations have minimalized life and turned a miraculous event into something dark and inconvenient, with a "no big deal" attitude.