Saturday, February 25, 2006

Kill a Sperm, Go to Jail














And so it begins. Radical leftist law makers in South Dakota are arguing that abortion should be allowed in cases of rape or incest.

When are lawmakers going to punish those who murder potential life? I think men should be held accountable for their murderous actions as well. Trillions and trillions of potential babies worldwide are routinely left to die, tossed off like so much garbage into Kleenex or dirty socks. All of God's potential humans should be allowed a chance at life. It's only just.

12 comments:

Clinton Freeman said...

Sperm wouldn't go to waste if you women would spread your eggs around more.
Think about it. Rent porn - get an egg. Buy a condom - get an egg.
Plan on gay or oral sex - before you insert anything else, in goes an egg.
Afterward, you send the egg to the SD legislature.

Tim said...

Dirty socks?

Matthew said...

Dirty socks? You've been spying on me again, haven't you.

Clinton Freeman said...

How come @ of comments that are suppose to be with this post doesn't match actual number of comments shown?

Clinton Freeman said...

How come after I post the previous question blogger shows the comment from matthew and makes me look stupid?

Butternut said...

*sniff* I smell a test bill.

Matthew said...

No, blogger did the same thing to me. It's messed up.

Laura Swisher said...

As Charleton Heston once said, "Blogs don't make people look stupid. People make people look stupid."

Tim, I consider "used" socks dirty. Please tell me you do, too.

Yes Matthew, I was spying. But after what I saw the last time, I've stopped.

Tim said...
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Clinton Freeman said...

"Blogs don't make people look stupid. People make people look stupid."

Hey! Wait a minute!! I just got that!!!
I'm not trying to make myself look stupid. So, why are YOU trying to make people look stupid?

Kato said...

"Every sperm is sacred..."

Laura Swisher said...

I'm not trying to make you look stupid, Clinton. I'm using an Hestonian explanation that Blogger Inc. might use to deflect criticism from its users. You know, blame the victim.