Is Your Baby a Blessing or Punishment?


Via Michelle Malkin, guess which is the Party of Life and which is the Party of Death:

Baby Blessing or Punishment

Sarah Palin‘s daughter Bristol keeps her baby though conceived out of wedlock, and will marry the child’s father. Sarah Palin herself kept her fifth child who was born with Down’s syndrome, rather than abort him.

While Barack Obama infamously and seriously said:

“Look, I got two daughters — 9 years old and 6 years old,” he said. “I am going to teach them first about values and morals, but if they make a mistake, I don’t want them punished with a baby.

One wonders how Barack and Michelle Obama’s daughters take it when they read a bedtime story together, kiss the girls goodnight and then say “Sweet dreams, you little blighted punishments upon our previously perfect life.”

Video:

Then again, since Barack Obama supports Fourth Trimester Abortion, another few dozen months of being alive probably wouldn’t be much of a hurdle to him… Just saying.

And some jokage at Moonbattery.

See also posterized at Obama Punished With A Baby Motivational Poster.


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8 Responses to “Is Your Baby a Blessing or Punishment?”

  1. Hate doesn't solve problems... Says:

    That’s right, all liberals want to kill all children (born and unborn), all the time. That’s why we support social programs and want expanded health care services to be available for children who have parents without health insurance. That must also be why we staunchly encourage women in their mid-40s to initiate high-risk pregnancies in the first place, and also for them to fly while in labor (in DIRECT defiance of doctor’s orders) so that they don’t miss a political event, thereby putting their unborn children at immense risk. Oh wait…those last two points come from somewhere else. It almost suggests that maybe there are two sides to every issue…

    It’s sad to see people, liberals and conservatives alike, who go out of their way to craft such vicious messages of hate – and ignore the flaws in their own arguments which will then be used for fodder by the other side to bread more hate.

    It’s also sad to see people bent on vilifying one party absolutely, as though we won’t all have to live in the same country once the election results come through (whatever they may be)…as though rather than having differing view points about what is best for the country and its people, one group must actually want what is worst, or be entirely out-of-touch with reality. Incredibly sad indeed, especially for someone who espouses the Biblical call to “love thy neighbor as thyself”. I don’t like to overstate my ability to interpret the word of God, but I doubt He meant “love thy neighbors who are most inline with your political views as thy self, and spread hate to the rest with all of your earthly might”…I think we can all find better things to do with our time that incite hatred.

  2. Hate doesn't solve problems... Says:

    Clearly my last line meant to say “I think we can all find better things to do with our time THAN incite hatred.”

    Apologies for that horrendous typo, as well as the few others that are floating around in there…

  3. Jamie Says:

    Very typical argument put forth by “hate doesn’t solve problems”.

    1) Claim that there is no right and no wrong, that both sides just have differing opinions
    2) Claim that the author does not follow the commandment to “love thy neighbour as thyself”
    3) Claim that the author is spreading hate because he is speaking out against something that the author believes to be wrong

    FYI sir, “love thy neighbour as thyself” doesn’t mean you accept everything your neighbour does wholesale. If your neighbour happens to slap your mother, are you going to speak out against that? Or are you going to “love your neighbour as thyself” and let him continue slapping your mother, because speaking out against it would be “spreading hate”. I would love to be the one slapping your mother, if that’s the case. I could slap her maybe 50 times daily for a great workout everyday. Might you tell me where your mother lives so I can start right away?

    You have incorrectly identified the author’s actions as “spreading hate”. He is merely pointing out the things that the Liberal camp is engaging in and promoting that go entirely against his principles, and speaking out against it. Freedom of speech and standing up for one’s beliefs, sir. Not spreading hate.

  4. Louise Says:

    I was able to provide properly for my children because I was mature when I had them. I am now in my mid years, and would not be able to properly provide for a special needs child. I would not want my granddaughter to be told she must have a child if she was not able to properly raise her baby. Yet, others may be able to do just that. THAT is what choice is all about. I won’t tell you what to do – but do not tell me and others what to do, either.

  5. Scott Thong Says:

    Incredibly sad indeed, especially for someone who espouses the Biblical call to “love thy neighbor as thyself”.

    To paraphrase: “Love they unborn babies as thyself”.

    Argument ended?

  6. Scott Thong Says:

    I would not want my granddaughter to be told she must have a child if she was not able to properly raise her baby. Yet, others may be able to do just that. THAT is what choice is all about. I won’t tell you what to do – but do not tell me and others what to do, either.

    – Louise

    And what do you think the baby’s choice would be?

    The potential parents had the CHOICE not to engage in premarital sex. The potential parents had the CHOICE to use contraceptives. The potential parents had the CHOICE to seek the aid of friends, family, church or social organizations to raise the child. The potential parents had the CHOICE to give the baby up for adoption.

    Instead, many potential parents make the CHOICE to kill the unborn baby – thus denying the baby any chance to choose for him or herself.

    I won’t tell you what to do – but only if you do not tell the unborn child what to do (i.e. die quietly and without a fuss for the convenience of the parents who made those poor choices) either.

  7. student Says:

    Why is it “hate” to condemn homicide against the reborn who have done nothing to deserve death?

  8. student Says:

    Why is it “hate” to condemn homicide against the UNBORN who have done nothing to deserve death?

    Sorry about the typo.

    Is it “hate” to condemn homicide against the post-born who have done nothing to deserve death?

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