Monday, April 4, 2016

Doug Clark; "Trump was just stating a logical conclusion on abortion"

"...When asked whether women should be punished for getting abortions if abortion were made illegal, he said yes.

Should a married pregnant unemployed high school drop 
out who knows the child will have AIDS and autism, 
have to receive permission from her imprisoned husband 
to get an abortion after being raped by her schizophrenic brother-in-law?

...If abortion becomes illegal — if a conservative Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade — and in fact if abortion is considered "murder" as the pro-life movement says, then the abortionist stands to be charged with first-degree murder.

Should gay, married Islamic couples 
let their adopted kids protect the family's marijuana plants with guns?

But how is the woman excused? She's an accessory to the crime. A conspirator.

If a Catholic Priest says it’s OK for him to touch you wherever he wants,
should you believe him?

Abortionists don't kidnap pregnant women and forcefully perform abortions.

Should “abstinence-until-marriage” education
replace explicit sex-education programs,
school-based clinics, and the distribution of contraceptives in schools?

...a pregnant woman visits a clinic and makes an arrangement with a doctor to whom she previously was unknown. He or she doesn't seek her out, she seeks out the doctor and hires him or her to terminate her pregnancy.

Should contraceptive measures for raped woman be outlawed?

In a post-Roe environment, this would continue to some extent, but in illegal clinics. The woman would be an active participant in a violation of law; in fact, in a capital crime.

What is the likelihood that a God of a rectangle shaped alien species 
having four sides?

The pro-life movement might not welcome this conclusion, but it's inevitable if abortion becomes illegal."
Can an atheist be superstitious?

Should religious and/or alternative sexual orientation
be a required disclosure on all public identification?

Should elected lawmakers seek to avoid imposing their religious views
upon the communities in which they reside?

Why are weak governments and/or fringe political movements
more likely to embrace religion or nationalism
in times of economic and social instability
and/or when distractions appear helpful to bury other more important issues?

If sentient beings on another planet played chess with Earthlings
would God would be on our side, as long as the player is a white, not gay, Christian American?

If I knew you were a robot,
would you want me to tell you?