…Those words from this pro-abortion discussion about the Chatelaine piece. (Funny thing is that many a pro-lifer said the same thing.) But at Rabble, their concern is not over abortion but rather about how there should be no debate over abortion. We all agree. And if not, well, your views should be illegal.
Just when you think Canada has a slight chance of becoming progressive, they allow people to publish this sort of hatred encouraging the slavery of women. This should be illegal and the author of the article, as well as the editors of Chatelaine should be brought up on charges of hate crimes.
Wow. Talk about “too too predictable”–I don’t like your views–so Just Ban Them–that should take care of that. They’ve had some success, by the way, starting with telling pro-lifers where they are allowed to walk and what they can say within a certain distance of an abortion clinic. The positive side of this is that if pro-life arguments weren’t persuasive and powerful, our opponents wouldn’t have to limit free speech.
Go crazy, I say–bring out the Human Rights Tribunals and the hate speech charges and I as an ardent pro-lifer will defend Chatelaine‘s right to publish what was a pretty solidly pro-abortion piece.
This should be illegal and the author of the article, as well as the editors of Chatelaine should be brought up on charges of hate crimes.”
This quote automatically ran through my head in a Nazi-German accent. (The word ‘Chatelaine’ sounds pretty inaudible in that accent, by the way.) You try it. It’s fun!