Monday, August 15, 2011

Still had time to read the internet

We had an open house for our son Bryce and his fiancee on Saturday night, and we attended the blessing of our two new granddaughters, Tessa and Hannah, on Sunday.

We took our family picture on Sunday night, I'll get some of those up here soon.  But in the meantime, here are two articles I found on the internet today.

Noemie Emery writes how feminists have so elevated the choice of abortion that they have no moral grounds on which to complain that millions of people every year around the world are choosing to abort female fetuses.

From the Washington Examiner:

....choices, of course, must never be questioned, no matter to what ends they lead. Late-term abortion? Terrific. Infant dismemberment? Hardly a problem. Sequential abortion? No problem there.
Abortion as a tool to dispose of unwanted girl children? Now, this is a problem, but liberals have surrendered the right and the standing to make moral judgments. They have found now a choice they despise, and they can't rail against it....What in the world would they say?

.... they have no words at all for all those dead females. They are strangled and silenced by "choice."

"Obama's Jekyll and Hyde Routine:  Disturbing Mixed Messages"
Here’s the schizophrenic political message the American people now hear when they listen to Obama speak:  Big Government can improve lives and create economic prosperity … except right now, because the economic catastrophe my reckless spending has triggered has left me and my administration impotent and unable to redistribute ever-dwindling wealth.  My team of economic advisers has the smartest plans and strategies for creating jobs … except that jobs are nowhere in sight, 16.2% of people can’t find enough work, one in five men doesn’t work, and one in seven now relies on food stamps to put meals on the table. 
I am the arbiter of hope and change, and I’m a strong leader who can navigate us through the worst economy since the Great Depression … except that, even though my party controls 66% of the government, I still send my advisers out to blame America’s first-ever S&P downgrade on the Tea Party, whose members I believe are crazy and insignificant … except that they are, apparently, smart and significant.

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