Thursday, September 12, 2013

A Gun That Should Be Banned

No, I have not altered my belief in the Second Amendment.  But somehow I don't think the Founding Fathers had this contraption in mind.

Look at the "business end" of it.  Yes, ladies and gentlemen, that is an intra-uterine device, commonly known as an IUD.  Read this Lifenews article for some background behind this hare-brained gizmo.  Can any sane woman conceive of this thing being crammed into her interior?  The feminists liked to screech about the "hanger"; do they cotton to this?  As far as their "safe, legal and rare" mantra goes, all they really care about is the "legal" part.  They are utterly callous towards the young baby (this thing is abortifacient) and obviously care diddly-squat about women.

1 comment:

  1. I know several women who had IUDs in the 70s and 80s and had no idea they worked by preventing implantation. As one woman told me not a month ago - no-one knew back then. In my view SOMEONE knew, but no-one told the women (including priests from the pulpit). Also when these women confessed use of contraception, priests told them "It's not a sin if you don't think it's a sin." (i.e. It's up to your conscience whether you think it's a sin and they were encouraged to not think of it as sin, and not trouble themselves about it.) Unfortunately, there's the counted abortions and then there's the uncounted abortions...


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