Deliberately Engaging the Culture to defend the dignity and intrinsic value of each person beginning at conception. Helping ProLife people understand, answer, rebut and refute the Culture of Death's false argument.
It’s no wonder Chris Matthews gets a “tingle up his leg” when he talks about Obama. I knew that Matthews was also a pro-abort, but I wasn’t aware of just how much disdain he held for pro-lifers.
How absurd. Abortion kills babies in horrifying ways, and he calls pro-lifers terrorists? Hey Chris, what do you call someone who rips a baby apart in the womb? What do you call someone who stabs a baby in the neck and vacuums out its brain?
Chris Matthews has been on the pro-abortion side of the debate since before his time as a top Congressional aide for abortion advocates. Now the MSNBC host has gone overboard by referring to pro-life advocates who oppose pro-abortion Health Secretary nominee Kathleen Sebelius as terrorists.
During his program “Hardball” on Monday night, Matthews worried that Sebelius would become the target of “the terrorism of the, of the anti-abortion people.”
Immediately after making the remark, Matthews appeared to realize his mistake and corrected himself to say, “I mean verbal terrorism.”
“Is she gonna get through the, the terrorism of the, of the anti-abortion people,” Matthews said during a question to Lois Romano of the Washington Post. “I mean verbal terrorism.”
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Actually don't bother.
I'd like to apologize for the behavior of certain bloggers who don't agree with us. They have gone quite out of their way to accuse and vilify all pro-life workers. One has been so prompted that she has created an Anti- Deliberate Engagement blog.
Its headline is: Deliberate Enslavement? and its address is: http:// prochoicechicky. wordpress.com/
We suppose that parody is sort of like imitation and we should be complimented? However this is more "attack" than "parody."