Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Post Roe v. Wade

Anyone who thinks the Religious Right isn't coming for their Birth Control Pills AND their tubal ligations, after Roe v. Wade is overturned, needs to go here and read this


for a long, clear look at the mind of those who are "pro-life."

It's all abortions to these folk, and they're all after the same thing: which is not, no matter what they say and no matter how they're selling it to us at the moment, saving babies. It's about oppression.

You can see this most clearly in their popular culture. What myth do they love best, people? What stories are their favorite stories? They love telling tales of in which revolt is crushed-- look at their child-rearing books -- they are fascinated with violence, they get off on oppression. Cruise their blogs some time, look at the movies they watch, the TV shows they love. Look at their religious blogs. What part of Christ's myth do they obsess over? I'll give you a hint: it's not the part where he feeds the hungry, or forgives the woman at the well, or tells them the best way to live.

They are a sick culture. And they are taking control of this country.


zelda1 said...

They have already outlawed abortions in South Dakota.
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/11542260/ And the birthcontrol pills, well they will take those, it's just a matter of time. Everytime I see that smiling representative who has twelve or more kids, all stair step and his little woman sitting there with a baby on her lap and all these kids around her feet and she has this pale look and a smile that reeks of being plastered on and she looks tired and much older than her early 30s, well, I know that is what they want. Women too tired to think, too tired to do anything but serve the master of the house. What fucktards.

CB said...

eek. think overpopulation, think unwanted babies, think hunger, think poverty, think crime, think emotional damaged, think physical damage, think hate, think apathy, and you're thinking Right.