Monday, November 13, 2017

To Ed Henry & All the Other Pre-Dead Out There

Yes, we're asking who the pre-dead are. That's all of us, unless anyone is expecting Christ to return soon. Isn't semantics wonderful? Pre-dead is a much more accurate term to describe the human race than is pre-born to describe fetuses since not all fetuses are assured of being born. No, we don't mean they're intentionally aborted; we mean many die in utero despite the best efforts of parents and physicians.

Let's make this clear: We do not support induced abortion as a means of birth control. So what we're about to say has nothing to do with condoning this medical procedure. We're told 16 abortions are performed each day in this state. Let's say they aren't. What happens to those babies when they're born? Can you imagine Alabama DHR having to pick up and place 16 infants each day, all using tax payer money? No, it probably wouldn't be that many; let's just say 10 a day. That makes 3,650 new additions to the state foster system each year. Think about it.

Now think about this: If Ed Henry and his ilk had spent on REAL sex education in this state just half of what they've spent on defending cockamamie laws to prevent induced abortions, how many unwanted pregnancies could have been avoided in the first place?



At this point, we could already write a book about the events of the past four days concerning Roy Moore. We're going to address only two campaign lies here. Both falsehoods could have stemmed from only Moore's campaign directors, so if you want to believe Moore didn't condone these two/three lies, you may feel free to do so.

Lie No. One: “Allred was the attorney who claims credit for giving us Roe v. Wade which has resulted in the murder of tens of millions of unborn babies." You see what they did there? They have painted Allred as part of the "dead baby establishment." The problem with Moore's statement (or his campaign's statement)? Roe v. Wade originated in 1972 and was decided by the Supreme Court in 1973. Where was Allred during this period? We're told in law school. Easy to access Internet records show she wasn't even admitted to the bar until 1975 (she had previously worked as a high school teacher). It's a little harder to twist the facts against Allred than it was to twist them regarding Ambrosia Starling.

Lie No. Two/Three: Today Moore's campaign released a letter of support allegedly signed by 50 Alabama church leaders. As of this afternoon, one signer has stated she has never seen the letter and doesn't support Moore. Another signature is by a Rev. in the church of Christ. Interestingly, apparently no one in Moore's campaign knew that the church of Christ doesn't have reverends.

Now do you still want to vote for Moore? It's your vote and we support your right to vote for Adolph Hitler or the Ayatollah Khomeini or Pennywise the clown. Just remember that we also have the right to debunk the words of liars, cheats, and rapists.

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