Post-Birth Abortions

I’m sure you’ve all heard this ridiculous idea peddled by anti-choicers that the Progressives support “post-birth abortions”, right? All this wackadoo rhetoric about how “if you can kill it one minute before birth then it follows that you should be able to do so one minute after birth”, etc. crap?

Now it has become clear why woman-haters are so obsessed with this idiotic idea. Here is an explanation from an Arkansas Republican:

In his book “God’s Law: The Only Political Solution,” published in April, former Arkansas Department of Human Services attorney Charlie Fuqua explains that he supports killing wayward kids because that’s what a Bronze Age tribe did in his favorite religious text.

“The maintenance of civil order in society rests on the foundation of family discipline,” he wrote,according to an excerpt published by The Arkansas Times. “Therefore, a child who disrespects his parents must be permanently removed from society in a way that gives an example to all other children of the importance of respect for parents. The death penalty for rebellioius children is not something to be taken lightly. The guidelines for administering the death penalty to rebellious children are given in Deut 21:18-21.”

Got it? This guy fantasizes about killing children. He is honest and direct about his hatred of children but other members of his  clan are not. So they project their baby-killing fantasies onto Progressives.

P.S. Thank you NG and DB for giving me this link. It has explained a lot.


7 thoughts on “Post-Birth Abortions

  1. People don’t believe any parents can have a deadly hatred for their children, that is why right-wing parents can actually set out to kill their children and it still will not be believed. Meanwhile self-proclaimed leftists are held to a standard of beatific perfection. If they don’t draw heaven down from the skies, they are considered less than adequate and people organize to remove them.


      1. They don’t see what is in front on them. They think the child had an evil spirit in it (this was thought about me) or that there was mis-communication about meaning and intent. People can read this information, which is in my memoir (albeit in the diluted form I thought people could handle) and they will not believe it. They will say something idiotic and placating like, “Oh, that is so sad! So many obstacles…” or they will look for reasons why this cannot be correct.

        Anyway, I’m talking about deadly hatred, not killing, in this instance.


        1. “They will say something idiotic and placating like, “Oh, that is so sad! So many obstacles…” or they will look for reasons why this cannot be correct”

          – Welcome to the club, my friend. 😦


          1. Yes, but my membership to that club isn’t new. What is remarkable is the inability of liberals and conservatives alike to read and digest the material in front of them without rushing to make distorting interpretations. They really need to process what’s there and think about it; take some time with it. This is not something anybody has the discipline to do.


            1. “Yes, but my membership to that club isn’t new.”

              – I’m not suggesting that you are just realizing this, of course. 🙂

              “They really need to process what’s there and think about it; take some time with it.”

              – I often give my students a simple short paragraph from a text and ask them what it says. The results are often hilarious. Say, the paragraph has to do with the role of women in a XIXthcentury Latin American society. The paragraph states very specifically that women work both inside and outside the house. My students who see this paragraph in their first and only language say that the paragraph says women never worked outside the house. They see the text in front of them and say it contains the exact opposite of what it does!

              “But look at the text, look at the text!” I keep saying.

              They stare at the text and still see what they want to see. It is absolutely shocking.


              1. “It is absolutely shocking”

                Yes it is. It’s really strange, too. I think many people have a fear of not being in control by already knowing all there is to know about the world. So, they panic, and make things up.


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