In doing some surfing around the web for a pop culture post I’m working on, ironically I came across this little gem about Ashley Judd via Stacy McCain. Ashley, the Clown in wolf guardian’s clothing apparently finds humor in the slaughter of innocents and the damaging psychological and sometimes physical ramifications of abortion on their mothers. I guess the irony is lost on her that if her own mother hadn’t chosen life, she wouldn’t be around today to make these repulsive and idiotic ads.
But feminism is all about supporting “choices” and upholding female equality right?
Right. As long as you’re not a traditional, US Constitution-loving, pro-life Christian woman. Then you’ll be mocked as having “internalized the patriarchy”, members of which apparently cannot have a voice in the decision of terminating an innocent life they helped to create. But if they’re pro-death, their voices are of course, welcome. As Jennifer Hartline notes in her post for Catholic.org:
Babies are meaningless, doncha know. What matters is insulting and smearing the name of a faithful husband and father who happens to believe that every human life is sacred and deserving of protection. He’s a man, and worse, a conservative, Catholic man; therefore, he has no right to any opinion or belief about the legalized baby killing we call “reproductive freedom.” In fact, men have no say whatsoever unless they’re going to pipe up in favor of exterminating babies.
So this is what we’ve come to? This is the present and future of “feminism” in America? Women openly mocking the deaths of their own children; deaths fought long and hard for; deaths campaigned and paid for; deaths celebrated as “freedom” and “rights” for women? I’d say that’s officially the bottom, folks. There’s nowhere lower to sink. That’s as pathetic and wicked as it gets.
For more, visit The Other McCain, where you can see the video and post your answer to Stacy’s question: Are women who celebrate abortion as a positive good attempting to compensate for unacknowledged psychological trauma and/or deep-seated feelings of personal inadequacy?
I think he might be onto something there. Regardless of your position on abortion, how anyone can gleefully spin it as anything other than a tragedy for both mother and child is beyond my comprehension, especially since I know a handful of women personally who’ve been absolutely traumatized by this grisly procedure. These are the “sisters” abandoned by the liberal-progressive sisterhood that turns a blind eye to the horrors of abortion, along with other acts of violence against women like honor killings, stonings and genital mutilation.
Further, hypocrites like Ashley will shed tears over wolves while callously ignoring the heart-breaking suffering of an innocent baby victimized by a late-term abortion procedure wherein skull is smashed in and the brains sucked out.
How can any rational person reconcile such stunning hypocrisy? Yes, the left-wing agenda reigns supreme with Hollywood ilk like Ashley and her feminazi comrades, but Stacy may be right in suggesting there’s something else bubbling beneath the surface. While we ponder the possibilities we can add this Judd story to the countless list of reasons why conservatives must engage in the arena of pop culture if we have any hope of restoring American greatness.
In the meantime, I dare Ashley to watch the graphic video below:
It’s a sure bet it won’t be featured at the DNC where Judd will be a delegate. What a shock. /sarc
On a related note, I am planning to purchase and read this book asap. For those who falsely claim there is no relationship between social and fiscal conservatism and/or that in order to win we must ignore social issues entirely, I hope you’ll read it too.