No Choice In Pro-Choice
It should be glaringly obvious that “pro-choice” is anything but “pro-choice.” “Pro-choice” is a euphemism for one way and one way only. By definition “choice” means the act of choosing – selection; option; a sufficient number and variety to choose among.
Ergo, one would logically think – per its definition – that a woman going to Planned Parenthood or some other “pro-choice” center would be apprised of their choices – their options; they would be presented with a sufficient number and variety of alternatives to choose from.
But the pro-choicers are not about logic, nor are they about choice. They are about dollars – hundreds of millions of them. Note the following quotes from those familiar with the “choice” provided to women by the clinics:
“If a woman we were counseling expressed doubts about having an abortion, we would say whatever was necessary to persuade her to abort immediately.”
– Judy W., former office manager of the second largest abortion clinic in El Paso, Texas.[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]
“I was trained by a professional marketing director in how to sell abortions over the telephone. He took every one of our receptionists, nurses, and anyone else who would deal with people over the phone through an extensive training period. The object was, when the girl called, to hook the sale so that she wouldn’t get an abortion somewhere else, or adopt out her baby or change her mind. We were doing it for the money.”
– Nina Whitten, chief secretary at a Dallas abortion clinic under Dr. Curtis Boyd.
Does that sound like the definition of a “choice” to you?
For many, it is fear that fuels the thought of abortion – selfish fear to be sure, but fear nonetheless. Fear of what family will say; financial fear; fears of how the person will finish school or maintain the great new job they just began – a fear the unborn pays for. For the pro-choice hierarchy, it is about money.
Many of the most ardent defenders of pro-choice ideology are disgustingly ignorant of that which they support. Many, given the benefit of a doubt, believe theirs to be a noble and worthy cause – they believe they are offering an alternative. But I submit jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge is an alternative to seeing a proctologist for most men, but, ultimately, reason prevails and they see the doctor.
Many pro-choicers have not logically thought through that which they embrace. A logical question would be if it is about “choice,” why is it called an “industry”? Automobile manufacturing is an industry; U.S. steel is an industry; housing is an industry – how does one translate abortion as “a systematic labor for some useful purpose” except the performing of same is making a select group very, very wealthy, while keeping other select groups in office.
One hears a lot about privacy and the constitutional right to privacy, but here again people are deceived by the lies of liars. The word “privacy” does not appear in the Constitution, yet every day one hears “right to privacy guaranteed by the Constitution.” There is no such thing because the Constitution was intended to identify the limited powers and rights of the federal government. The Framers understood government had only the powers provided by the Constitution.
The abortionists understand that if left to the citizenry – those miserable people with ethics who value all life would stymie all efforts to legal abortion, thus their adherence to a questionable case – Griswold vs. Connecticut – which ultimately led to Roe vs. Wade. Thus we see the pattern of those in Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Rights Action League who instruct their liberal Democrat marionettes to oppose any judicial nominee who might remotely reject precedents leading to Roe.
This is why Planned Parenthood opposed the Lacey-Connor Bill. This is why the abortion lobby opposes any penalties for a pregnant woman who allows her unborn child to be harmed by someone else.
Abortion is the sacred cow of today’s America. In the face of undeniable scientific facts, those as vacuous as an empty jar argue the merits of abortion. But it is a sacred cow whose time is drawing to an end.[adsanity id=11210 align=alignleft /]We need lawyers and legal groups ready to litigate at the very hint of impropriety. We need the laws that apply to larceny by trick and/or false pretenses to be made to apply to the deceptive practices of the abortion industry in encouraging or causing women to abort their children.
We must establish precedents that will ultimately seal the fate of the unprincipled black-robed oligarchy who are owned and controlled by those who cannot persuade democratic majorities.
Moloch’s modern-day name may indeed be pro-choice, but it is important to note that there aren’t many Ammonites holding rallies in the streets. It might not be a bad idea for their modern day counter-parts to take notice of this as well.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here