Friday, December 28, 2007

Is It Permissible To Retro-Actively Abort Jamie Lynne Spears?
Girl pictured on the right not mentally developed enough to make a decision

A while back, I did a posting concerning some so-called "scientist" from Australia who is now on the staff at Princeton, was advocating the notion that newborns aren't really human beings, and could be put to death. And I use the word "scientist" loosely. Hell, even Mengele rated to be called "doctor".

Here's a little of what that crackpot said;

"Human babies are not born self-aware, or capable of grasping that they exist over time. They are not persons." With animals being self-aware, "the life of a newborn is of less value than the life of a pig, a dog, or a chimpanzee." And "a period of 28 days after birth might be allowed before an infant is accepted as having the same right to live as others."And I'm sure that many of you have already caught wind that the 16-yr old kid sister of Britney Spears, Jamie Lynne Spears, is pregnant and she's keeping her child. And without fail, the baby-butchers aren't happy about that at all.

And I'm not really all that shocked as to how arrogant the abortion proponents are. I guess teen-agers "aren't fully developed human beings" either, 'eh?

Case in point, here's some of the report from LifeSite.net; (Emphasis mine)

Psychiatrist and author, Dr. Gail Saltz, gave an interesting insight into teenage pregnancy and parental response, in light of Jamie Lynn's decision, in an interview with Access Hollywood.

Saltz also noted that because of the way the brain develops, parents need to help children out with using judgment.

“The other issue is that the frontal lobe is not fully developed until you are in your early to mid 20s,” she said. “This is the part of the brain that houses judgment and consequence, so teens are less prepared to think about, ‘If I do this today, what will happen to me tomorrow?‘ You as a parent need to be that alter ego to them — be that frontal lobe. Talk to them about the consequences that may face them emotionally and of course physically.”

In a remarkably mature expression of her understanding of her situation, Spears concluded in her OK! Magazine interview, "I'm the one who has to live with it for the rest of my life. I put myself in this position, an adult position, so I have to act like an adult and take responsibility for what I did."
"Be that frontal lobe"... didn't Bill Murray use that line in Stripes?

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4 Comments:

Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

Does that mean when 16-year-old boys lied about their ages to enlist in the armed forces during WWII, it wasn't patriotism after all, it was just under-developed frontal lobes?

Some believe the Blessed Virgin was just a teenager. I guess it wasn't faith but frontal lobe deficiency that caused her to say, "Be it done unto me..."

6:44 PM  
Blogger ignorant redneck said...

I'v noticed that the pro-murder-babies people are upset at Ms. spears for not killing her kid. I've also noticed that they're upset at the movie Juno--because the protagonist didn't have an abortion. They are really pissed that it wasn't used as an option.
They say that this will only encourage teen pregnancy.

What they're really saying is, that any one who disagrees with them shouldn't talk.

Oh--some PopTart named Shakira is saying Ms. Spears should be talking about safe sex--as an example of the horrors, don't ya know.

Gee- Pro-choice is all well and good, so long as you make the choice desired by the priestesses of Moloch and Asmodeus. And people say there is no demon worship!

BTW--This was gonna be my post for today, but ya beat me!

7:50 PM  
Blogger Subvet said...

So using the idea of 16 year olds being unable to make adult decisions will we now see a reversal of the trend allowing minors to have abortions without parental knowledge?

Probably not. Guess it only works if we're going to force them into abortions when they don't want them. Killing the baby will be seen as a mature, responsible thing to do.

Dear Lord, please lead me back to the wormhole that caused me to fall into this bizarro universe, thank You. Amen.

1:49 AM  
Blogger Former Altar Boy said...

Subvet,
"Dear Lord, please lead me back to the wormhole that caused me to fall into this bizarro universe, thank You. Amen."
LOL!!

12:05 PM  

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