The Final Frontier of the Civil Rights Movement

One of the greatest victories of feminists and left – including their catholic dupes and water-carriers – was to divorce the issue abortion from civil rights (and in the context of the Church, social justice) and twist it instead into a “woman’s issue”.

The right to be born is a social justice issue, not a woman’s issue. Do not be deceived by the lies of the left or of catholics.

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4 Responses to The Final Frontier of the Civil Rights Movement

  1. pm125 says:

    What a statement on man, that in 2012 – in the age of information technology and ‘higher’ education, the essence of humanity needs to be defined and legislated for the degenerated and inhumane factions of man.

  2. ContraMundum says:

    @pm125

    Most of my belief in progress was shattered as a child when I heard the music of Beethoven. Two centuries later, who would say that the current state of music represents “progress” from that?

  3. pm125 says:

    ContraMundum, yes – done for dollars at best with those electronics and assaulting lyrics. Dodging bullets of sound grocery shopping. Practicing piano lessons sounded not so good to me at the time but … and I liked John Phillip Sousa.
    Silence is golden.

  4. Kerry says:

    Alongside the phrase “Three generations of imbeciles is enough” one might place photos of certain unnamed Democrat office seekers. Heh.