Your Opinion: Consequences of sinful behavior
Friday, March 2, 2012
Guess who needs to pay for their own laissez-faire, peccant sexual behaviors and the consequences thereof? Why atheists, Democrats, Liberals, Marxists, progressives of course.
The aforementioned anti-constitutional radicals are now rather indistinguishable from each other because they all want somebody else to pay their self-induced abortion and contraception costs. The concept of “on your own dime and your own time” is so alien they turn positively rabid if Christians and conservatives won’t be billed for liberal immoral behavior.
People that abide by transcendent moral standards rightfully object to paying for consequences of sins they did not commit. The wages and cost of sin should be pocketed or paid for by the effete sinners that risk unborn lives to basically scratch an itch. Considering the variety of STD’s that can be caught during flippant sex; such behavior is like tap dancing through a mine field. Fantasy is fun under certain circumstances; however, the inevitable costs or blow ups due to the appearance of reality can be a real problem.
A 30-day contraceptive supply costs $4 at Walmart. If the word “affordable” now means “zero cost” every non-Democrat dictionary on the planet needs a correction. The rate of abortions performed per year indicates the lustful are very lazy, stupid or heartless.
George Soros and Warren Buffet can pay for all U.S. abortions. The former is a Nazi collaborator and the latter basically complains about his wealth. Funding abortions should relieve Buffet’s wealth guilt; however, nothing will relieve Soros’s guilt because believes he has none. Just reducing the unearned wealth of Soros for a good cause will soothe his soul until it reaches its final destination.
Killing unborn babies is murder and can be easily avoided with proper forethought or proper behavior after conception. Abortion is selling your soul to obtain the world. Such a deal for an ephemeral world provides no lasting comfort but years of regret and sorrow. Our journey from dust to dust will end soon enough, look past the temporary to eternity for everlasting solace.