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    Pro-abort strategy: attack the conscience. Part 2

    By Theblogprof, Section News
    Posted on Fri Oct 09, 2009 at 08:21:16 AM EST
    Tags: abortion, health care, Obama, Michigan (all tags)

    It's happening in our nation and it's happening in this state.  In part 1 of my post on conscience, I laid out some facts regarding the strategy of having either:
    1. Conscience seared shut by forced repetition of barbarism
    2. Disqualify those with an intact conscience from working in medicine
    I backed these up with some first-hand accounts such as this one that goes with #1:

    "I remember the first abortion I witnessed. It was performed by the resident physician. I didn't know what to expect. It was my job afterward to undo the jar and see what was inside. It was a new experience, and I've always found it exciting to learn new things. When I opened the little bag, the resident physician said, `Put it on the blue cloth to see if we got everything out.'

    "I put it on the towel, and there were parts of a person. I saw a head, ribs, tiny hands, arms. It was as if someone put a hot poker into me. I had a conscience, and that hurt. ... I got to see another abortion, and then another. As I saw more abortions, it hurt less.

      "The first one I did was hard. But after a while, it didn't hurt. My heart was calloused against the fact that I was a murderer.
    Heart = conscience. And we know what ghouls (and goblins) want to do as far as an attack strategy:

    That's right - murder the unborn, sear the conscience, or be exiled from the medical profession. Now, in case you think this is simply a national effort, think again. Here is the essence of MI HB 5164 and SB 667 via MichiganVotes.org:

    more below the fold...

    Introduced by Sen. Deborah Cherry (D) on June 25, 2009, to prohibit a pharmacist from refusing to dispense or transfer a prescription based solely on his or her ethical, moral, or religious beliefs (such as prescriptions for abortion-inducing "morning after" pills like RU 486).
    Attack the heart. A few months ago, Obama spoke at Notre Dame and tried to establish common ground, which in liberal terms means "think like me." I wrote a post on it with this snippet on conscience: (Obama Seeks Common Ground On Abortion At Notre Dame: Let's Fillet Only Half The Baby Or Something!)
    President Barack Obama used his commencement speech at the University of Notre Dame on Sunday to call for conscience rights for physicians on abortion. However, his administration has already proposed overturning a measure President Bush put in place to uphold three conscience laws.
    Attack the heart. More recently, Obama is trying to force a Catholic University, through his Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), to include abortion in their insurance coverage. The Anchoress, Gateway Pundit and HotAir each have a good roundup on that controversy. In short though, Belmont Abbey College President William K. Thierfelder says he will shut down the college before doing any such thing. The EEOC says such a stance is discriminatory against women. The push is to continue the meme that abortion is somehow health care. No different than treating a headache. It's not. Especially to the baby. This is simply another effort to trash any conscience provisions whatsoever. Once again, attack the heart.

    Addendum: Apparently, a requirement for receiving the Nobel Peace Prize these days is voting for infanticide 4 times as a legislator.

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    This was hard to read. (none / 0) (#3)
    by maidintheus on Fri Oct 09, 2009 at 02:14:34 PM EST
    How sad.

    But we are told to be of good cheer and fear not!


    2 Chronicles 7:14

    Might as well remember these as well:

    Luke 6:27-36

    There's also the shared nugget about hate being the same as murder, as we know God sees our hearts.

    I'll bet we could make a complete difference (as believers) just by being concerned about our un-Godliness more then the unbelievers understandable un-Godliness.

    Why, it would probably make all the difference in the world if only I alone walked in all the light I have. I've complained how some have compromised, yet I have made concessions with God's Word. God forgive me...

    I'm sorry for this (well, not really, only to those it may offend) but I'm suspecting it's 'us' not 'them'. Lets keep one another in prayer and lets endeavor to 'hear' and 'do' more, according to our beliefs and the Word.

    Walking in the light (none / 0) (#4)
    by sailingconservatively on Sat Oct 10, 2009 at 08:24:48 AM EST
    Good thoughts and true enough, we do need to walk the path of righteousness that He has paved with His Blood.   Also true enough that we must pray fervently for those who stray off this path.  The Living word is our only GPS letting us know where to go.   In it we find Truth.   However, He has also said:  "When you see evil, call it by name and speak the Truth in Love."  

    Blog Prof has done that which is expected from those who have been given much.  He has delivered (and continues to) deliver much;  always the Truth and always in Love and compassion.

     Our actions, guided by His word,  borne out of Love and compassion are that which affects change.  

    God Bless.

    • amen! by maidintheus, 10/12/2009 10:27:02 AM EST (none / 0)
    Look, I oppose... (none / 0) (#5)
    by rdww on Sun Oct 11, 2009 at 10:08:57 PM EST
    ...abortion too, but...

    "Conscience seared shut by forced repetition of barbarism"

    ...is one godawful bit of writing.

    Thanks... actually... (none / 0) (#9)
    by rdww on Mon Oct 12, 2009 at 02:16:51 PM EST
    ... what concerns me about the Rougman's response is what I call the "Bluto Syndrome."  
    The most famous line in the movie Animal House is, of course, John Belushi's Bluto trying to fire up the discouraged Deltas by saying "Over!?!?! Was it over when the Germans bombed Pearl Harbor?"  More telling (and relevant to my point), though, are the next lines.  Tim Matheson whispers to Peter Riegert "Germans?" and Reigert responds with "Shhh, he's on a roll."
    When we conservatives point out the fumbles in logic, honesty, or (in the Prof's case) English composition of other conservatives, fellow cons, rather than agreeing on the need for high standards, instead attack the critic.  And they sure don't say "Shhh, he's on a roll," and we're luck if they just accuse us of being "rude."  Usually, it's something like "You commie homo Jihadist Kos Kiddie! I bet you CHEERED when the swastikas were flying over Pearl Harbor!  Go back to DU, ya puke!"

    Write right... (none / 0) (#13)
    by rdww on Tue Oct 13, 2009 at 08:33:01 AM EST
    "Higher standards?  Puh-lease."

    Thank you.  My point, in a nutshell.

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