Another Visit With Kaye Grogan

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GroganWe had hoped that Kaye would write this week about the Dubai deal, but it seems that she’s back to her old themes.  That’s okay.  We’re flexible.

You know what?


I wouldn’t cry one single tear if every abortion clinic in the world was shut down.

Imagine our surprise.

But I can tell you that I have probably cried at least 47 million tears representing each precious baby that has been killed since 1973.

We wanted to figure out how many gallons of tears this would come out to, but we couldn’t find out how many fluid ounces are contained in the average teardrop.  We can tell you that, to meet this quota, Kaye must have cried roughly 4,000 tears per day — every day — since 1973.  That’s a lot of tears.  She must be a lot of fun around the house.

While abortionists and abortion clinics are getting filthy rich off of the blood of innocent babies, I wonder how many of them have ever pondered what the consequences will be for them later on down the road?

Are you asking us a question?

Well, they could care less right now as they ride around in their Bentley or BMW, smoking fat cigars, wearing expensive designer clothes, and living in their high dollar mansions.

Kaye hates capitalism, even when she makes things up in her mind.

Isn’t this a heck of a way to build up Social Security retirement funds? I’ll say!

You build up Social Security retirement funds by smoking cigars??  We didn’t know that!!!

Bravo to South Dakota for being the first state to branch out in an effort to stop all abortions in their state. At least this is a step in the right direction.

Right.  Stopping all abortions is just the first step.  Next comes the extermination camps for gays.

Boy, I bet the abortion-rights groups, and the ACLU are seething. I just had a vision of them jumping up and down beating walls!

No, Kaye.  That "vision" was your kids acting out.  They want you to put down the liquor flask, step away from the computer, and feed them.

There is only one abortion clinic (which is one clinic too many) — in South Dakota operated by Planned Parenthood. And naturally with good reason they are worried about being shut down.  I would love to see every abortion clinic in America have to put going out of business signs on their door. Hallelujah! …what a day of rejoicing that will be!

Except that most "abortion clinics" provide other gynecological services to women.  But you wouldn’t know about those things, would you, Kaye.

I don’t believe the full significance of the legislature passed by the State Senate in South Dakota has sunk in yet.

Well, you’ve got cigar-smoking abortion advocates banging the walls of their mansions.  It sure sounds like the significance of the statute has sunk in.

This could inadvertently open the doors wide open…

…as opposed to closing the doors wide open…

This could inadvertently open the doors wide open to give the more conservative U.S. Supreme Court leeway to readdress the Roe V. Wade decision legalizing abortions in all 50 states — especially since Norma McCorvey, who was one of the key players has seen the light, and is now an opponent speaking out against abortion.

If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, I’m sure Ms. McCorvey’s "seeing the light" will have had little bearing on their decision.

See — miracles can still happen.

Thank you, Al Michaels.

Of course, this doesn’t alter the fact that Ms. McCorvey is still partly responsible for the biggest travesty of justice ever to hit the United States, but she can help to redeem herself (somewhat) by continuing to work vigorously to help overturn Roe V. Wade.

Yeah.  Ms. McCorvey was the "Roe" of Roe v. Wade.  Back in the 1970’s she was the only one getting an abortion, and if she hadn’t done that, we wouldn’t be in this mess we’re in today.

I don’t think I have ever heard anyone in congress (who claims to be pro-life) come out and publicly reveal how much tax money is generated off of the murder of unborn babies annually, but it has to be astronomical.

Abortionists — doing their part to decrease the deficit.

Can’t you just hear some of the arguments now in an effort to keep abortion legal? Of course, we’ve heard them all before — except of course the part about how it makes many people wealthy. You won’t find a pro-abortion person discussing the monetary revenue from the human slaughter houses…

Right, that’s your (bogus) argument, Kaye.

So I guess Kaye is mad that the pro-choice community doesn’t make the argument that abortion is revenue-enhancing and lowers the deficit.

…you’ll just hear the same old familiar sob stories.

And not even 47 million tears’ worth, I bet.

Example: "if abortion is criminalized there won’t be enough prisons to hold those involved with illegal abortions. And how can you put a woman in jail for making the decision to end her pregnancy?" On . . . and on.

Will Kaye enlighten us with a response to these questions?

Let’s look at some of the feeble excuses many women use to have abortions.

Guess not.

They already have enough children. They are getting ready to go to college. It’s not the right time. They are just not ready to be a parent. Their husband or boyfriend will be upset with them. A baby will crimp their lifestyle. Do any of these excuses justify murder?

No, but they justify abortion.

Not in my book!

The only book that matters.

I don’t see any justification for murdering a little innocent baby. Not even to save the life of the mother. What makes her life any more valuable than the life of her child?

That’s your choice.  Isn’t it great where we live in a country where you are free to make those choices?

One of my friends told me about a heart wrenching story about how when she was in labor, life-threatening complications entered the picture, and the doctor told her husband how grave the situation was. Her husband told the doctor to do everything needed to save his wife’s life. Well, miraculously both mother and child pulled through. And her only child (a son) has been the apple of her eye from the moment he was laid in her arms.

"Um . . . I forget what my point was with this story, but it has something to do with mothers having babies, so it must be relevant."

It would be heartbreaking to hear of any mother dying during childbirth, but isn’t dying part of living?

Yes.  It’s the very very last part.

What really makes me irate is when I hear the pro-abortion folks using the same old ridiculous worn out line: "if you are against abortion . . . why don’t you take care of all of the unwanted babies?" Now that makes about as much sense as expecting all those who find drinking a menace to society — to buy up all of the alcoholic beverages, so irresponsible people won’t drink and drive.

Besides, Kaye’s liquor cabinet is adequately stocked as it is, thank you very much.

I hope people are not going to be disappointed with the newest members on the U.S. Supreme Court. We’ve been duped before on the assumption some of the judges were conservative when in fact, they were liberals in the truest sense of the word.

It shouldn’t be too much longer before we are privileged to see which side of the abortion issue U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts, and colleague Justice Alito embrace.

But in the meantime: everybody should be responsible for their own actions. The blame game has run its course.

Sadly, Kaye, when you criminalize something, you remove the incentive for people being individually responsible.  You remove choice.

But I get your drift.  Excuse me now.  My abortionist friend is going to take me out for a spin in her Bentley.