Friday, July 12, 2013

Animal House In Austin

I never saw the movie Animal House and from what I heard, I didn't miss much.  It basically featured some overgrown toddlers in a frat house deporting themselves as boorish oafs.  It would appear that the less-than-stellar examples of the Animal House characters are inspiring the pro-abort cabal in Austin Texas to display the moral and intellectual vacuity of their support for baby-killing.

Take, for example, this pro-abortion blog post about "bro-choice".  The writer, a male, warns guys of the "dire consequences" to them, should Texas' HB2 become law.  He addresses his post to "those of us guys who like girls and want to have relationships with them that may last anywhere from a few minutes to many years".  Few minutes????   Sheesh!  That's barely time to be properly introduced, and they should hop into the sack at that point???  And please, take deep breaths before reading this next terrifying "factoid".  "Don't be surprised if casual sex outside of relationships becomes far more difficult to come by!"  Oh, the horror!  To think that an actual relationship (hint!  It's called marriage!) might be a prerequisite for sex?  Whatever are these "bro-choicers" to do???  (How about growing up and acting like real men?)

But in Austin, the pro-aborts promised to disrupt the proceedings - and they attempted to bring "equipment" to do so.  Police were on the alert and confiscated some of these "props": jars of urine, feces, paint, etc.  I would say that such is the behavior of swine, but then I'd be utterly unfair to actual swine.  Who dreams up this stuff?  Think of it; they had to collect the "props" from "donors", correct?

So obviously some pro-abort activist needed reinforcements.  Therefore they went to the nearest zoo and released the apes and baboons to assist them.  My friend at Les Femmes has additional details.  But three years ago I posted a video that displayed the pro-abortion brainlessness.  I refresh your memories below.

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