As if the radical left’s knee-jerk support for abortion in almost any conceivable circumstance is not reprehensible enough, one prominent speaker recently advocating making the murderous act mandatory.
Appearing as part of a panel on a current affairs program in Australia, author and gay activist Dan Savage offered some deeply disturbing views while taking questions from the audience.
“Which so-called dangerous idea do you each think would have the greatest potential to change the world for the better if it were implemented?” one woman asked. With little hesitation, Savage chimed in his belief children should be snatched out of the womb and murdered without even consulting the mothers carrying them.
“There’s too many [expletive deleted] people on the planet,” he exclaimed, adding that “in my darker moments I’m anti-choice.”
His definition of the term does not mean he wants to curtail abortion, however. In fact, he advocates for the polar opposite outcome.
“I think abortion should be mandatory for about 30 years,” he continued.
Obviously, his heartless and outrageous comments caused plenty of discussion; and Savage has been roundly criticized for his position. As someone who builds his own brand by making the most outlandish statements imaginable, though, he is likely thrilled with the attention.
While his expression of such views is troubling on its own, the Obama administration’s apparent support of his offensive mission is far more disconcerting.
Despite the fact this profane monster is one of the biggest bullies in today’s marketplace of ideas, the White House infamously helped Savage raise funds “It Gets Better,” a purported anti-bullying campaign geared toward homosexuals.
Though he is adamant about protecting the feelings of those who share his sexual perversion, Savage has no qualms about trampling on those with whom he disagrees.
In the same televised appearance, he blamed Family Research Council President Tony Perkins for the suicide deaths of homosexuals.
Claiming Perkins “sits on a pile of dead kids every day when he goes to work,” Savage said he doesn’t “understand how real Christians let that little [expletive deleted] get away with that.”
Once again, the leftists in today’s deeply damaged culture contend only conservatives should be silenced when presenting ostensibly controversial views. Liberal bullies, on the other hand, deserve a presidential fundraiser.
–B. Christopher Agee
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