Letter: The tough questionsI decided to play the reporter I knew wouldn’t show up at the “Woman’s Rights Rally” – one who would ask the really tough questions. I knew this “rally” would be about the right to kill future women and men in the womb — selective rights – depending on which side of the womb you are on.
By: Darla Meyers, Hudson, Hudson Star-Observer
I decided to play the reporter I knew wouldn’t show up at the “Woman’s Rights Rally” – one who would ask the really tough questions. I knew this “rally” would be about the right to kill future women and men in the womb — selective rights – depending on which side of the womb you are on. Taking my own sign to the rally, eyes turned to see the poster of dead Jews (ungentile); lynched blacks (unwhite); and decapitated baby (unborn); along with the picture of a full-term baby murdered by abortion.
The laughter stopped upon viewing the pictures as they realized that they were in the midst of what felt like a funeral with pictures of the murdered babies, Jews and blacks.
I began to ask the questions a real reporter would ask.
What’s the choice? (no answer)
Why are you “outraged and angry”? (no answer)
What would you say to a Jew that came to your door begging for refuge from the Nazis? She said, Better with me than a Christian. I guess hating God is a prerequisite to hating defenseless children.
One man said he supported the abortion of the baby whose picture I showed him because it’s not human. I asked him, What is it if it’s not human? He said, It’s a fetus. (“Fetus” in Latin means offspring – little one.)
A mother with her baby was asked, What’s the difference between your baby and this one? She said, You can’t tell me what to do. Do what? Kill children?
One woman said abortion is about 1 percent of the issue. The majority of their posters were for abortion “rights.” One woman was taking a picture of a man who happened to be standing in front of my sign, and she told him to move away. He said, I’ll block it. I asked, Why do you want to block it? No answer.
If abortion is such a good thing, don’t you want the world to see what it is? One woman said, That’s disgusting! I said, You’re right!
Had the truckers who honked their horns for the American flag known they were honking for death to Americans, I doubt they’d been so patriotic – unless they’re like the effeminate men I saw at the right-to-kill rally. There is hope — one black woman asked for my brochure for www.KlanParenthood.com.
Never again? Or yes, again! What’s your choice?