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Abortion’s mission creep

March 27, 2012
The Journal

To the editor:

The chatter of late has been about women's bodies and who owns and is responsible for such should be carefully considered.

Early on an embryo was a mere mass of protoplasm that had no life. Answer: If it is not alive why try to kill it? Persistence without reason now has an editorialist, Connie Schultz, in a March 10 Journal writing that women are good at connecting dots.

"Demand for affordable health care (dot) that includes low-cost contraception (dot), which is way cheaper than full term pregnancy (dot), not to mention what it costs to raise a child to 18 years of age (dot). Dot, Dot, Dot, Dot, Dot."

How did we get to this point? If cheaper to kill the kid than to raise it. People on their mission tend to finally creep to the truth and are desensitized to it. She continues, "Oh, and the majority of us believe abortion should remain legal (dot) because we trust woman (dot) to make their own decisions (dot) about their bodies (dot) Dot, Dot, Dot, Dot. The woman has made a decision before pregnancy if she is in control of her body.

For this reason I am not responsible. Why should all men pay for this decision? You cannot have it both ways. Just admit irresponsibility. This mandatory contraception bill would force all men to be father to the dead baby, even against the facts, and against their conscience, and against their religious beliefs and against their Declaration of Independence from tyranny. Call it taxation without having been there, Dot, Dot, Dot, Dot, Dot, representation.

This just in. The side effects of abortion are the cavalier attitude it creates toward human life in general. So it should be no surprise to any one when recently the so-called Journal of Medical Ethics, based in London, published a study advocating "post birth abortion." These self-proclaimed "ethicists" (who have already survived the womb) actually argue that parents should be given a kind of "trial period" of unspecified period of time in which to change their mind and eliminate their baby. They argued that since abortion is ethical under any circumstance, then nothing really changes right after a baby is born. Nine months before birth is the same as nine months after.

Wow. How did we get here? More mission creep and grandpa and grandma will have to go into hiding. All of this should have been settled by WWII. Dr. Mengele lives.

There are laws against facts, conscience, religious beliefs and against the Declaration of Independence from tyranny.

John Kolbe

Sleepy Eye



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