When Irish Eyes Are……Dying. (over at American Thinker)
The article is about Soros and some of his cronies trying to import Abortion to Ireland. It is illegal there. I was going to post this on the article but I figured it was a bit over the top for them and they already moderate my posts as it is. I guess I went over board sometime but if they don’t tell you when you do, how would you know. So I figured I’d make my stand here instead. What follows is the comment which spurred my response and said response.
//You mean that women in Ireland now have a better chance of controlling their lives–God bless those who are helping them to do so. Oh, and St. Patrick had narry a drop of Irish blood. He was a Romanized Briton–check it out. And I can say that because I’m half Irish. And woman have been oppressed in that backwater for eons. Just talk to the ones who haven’t been utterly brainwashed by the Catholic church and its male crap and you’ll get the real story. So sorry that you’ll actually have to stop destroying women.// by saxonsun
//Here’s an odd thing. I’m not usually very engaged in this issue. I have my own opinion and pretty much keep it to myself. But honey you pushed all my buttons, all at the same time. You’re really talented.
How about we let the Irish take care of their own issues? How about we keep our fithy degenerate ideals to ourselves? How about we stop trying to make everyone else as miserable as we seem to be? Because with all the baby killing going on in this country, feminists should be washing their hair in blood and cackling all the way to the next Occupy event, but they continue to scream, shriek and wail over imagined slights and pretend offenses.
So dead babies is what women were fighting for in the 1960’s? The opportunity to commit genocide on generations of the unborn. Seriously, this is what we want to be known for, this was the great enlightenment? Our (female) freedom bought with the blood of the unborn. Rome had nothing on us, we are the cess pool of human detritus.
Had I known this then, I’d have fought against the women’s movement. If this makes me a traitor to my sex, so be it. Freedom bought on the blood of innocents is the worst excuse for homicide I’ve ever heard.
Someone convince me I’m wrong about it.//
(sorry for the rant, I guess my Irish was up-ba dump chi)