Our Schizophrenic Abortion Mentality

I listened with some interest this morning to NPR and later CNN as radio and television newscasters commented on the conviction of an abortion provider for poor and downtrodden pregnant women and girls in somewhere, America. His name is of no importance to me, frankly.

What is important to me is the schizophrenic nature of America’s view of abortion and murder. Somehow we are appalled when a spinal cord is snipped to kill a child the mother of that child came to the abortion clinic to rid herself of. Somehow it’s okay to chemically burn an unborn baby alive as long as the child is out of sight inside the mother’s womb. But let that same unborn baby emerge from the womb and the snipping of the spinal cord with a pair of scissors is suddenly horrendous and murderous.

This makes no sense to me. How is it murder now if it is not murder a few moments before? And how is the mother (or father) of that child not then the murderer?

We are truly schizophrenic. We work to save unborn babies in hospitals while we strive to kill them in abortion clinics.

Like I said, this is far from common sense. Common sense says that a baby – whether wanted and protected or unwanted and unprotected – is still a baby, and as such, has civil rights as promised, but yet to be secured, by the Constitution of the United States.

6 thoughts on “Our Schizophrenic Abortion Mentality

  1. lambskinny says:

    Reblogged this on Grace Partakers and commented:

    My view of the conviction of the abortion ‘doctor’ and the Constitution…

  2. lambskinny says:

    Thank you Null.

  3. mtsweat says:

    I was able to read this yesterday, but then called away without commenting. You say well here exactly what the problem entails… it makes no sense. It’s like we make up the rules as we go and all them conflict with one another. Encouraged to hear others’ disgruntled feelings on this issue. Blessings good friend.

  4. lambskinny says:

    One more thought on this issue – perhaps this schizophrenic view of babies is one reason (not the only) the United States has relatively high infant mortality…

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