Kids Need Permission to Eat Oreos But Not to Get an Abortion
We live in a topsy-turvy moral/immoral world. There’s Bible verse for it
Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil;
Who substitute darkness for light and light for darkness;
Who substitute bitter for sweet and sweet for bitter! (Isa. 5:20).
If an underage child living at home with her parents wants to get an abortion, the law says that she does not need to get permission from her parents. It’s all about “personal choice.”
But as most conservatives know, personal choice is a one-way street. School choice is out. The choice not to bake a cake for a same-sex wedding will lead to liberal bullying and civil sanctions that will close down a business.
Obamacare eliminated a lot of personal choice. Try to choose to opt out of Social Security. It will never happen. It can’t be done.
It’s OK for a teenage girl to kill her unborn baby, but heaven forbid should this same teenage girl make the independent choice to eat a Double-Stuf Oreo cookie.
Liberals are the biggest hypocrites around. Choice only goes so far. Sugar and fat may not be good for a person in high doses, but killing an unborn baby is all about freedom of choice, except, of course, for the baby.
Consider that New York State has just passed a law that will permit abortions during any time during a pregnancy for any reason deemed “relevant to the well-being of the patient” including physical, emotional, psychological, and familial factors, and the mother’s age.
Assemblywoman Deborah J. Glick, a sponsor of the killing unborn children bill, “has also been active in protecting animals.”
This is OK:
The following is from Reason.org:
“There are 18-wheelers with brake problems, hungry bears just stumbling out of hibernation, and lawnmowers that suddenly shift into reverse. And then there’s the unparalleled danger of Double Stuf Oreos. Thank goodness this teacher requires parents to sign off on cookie consumption—if they dare.
“A screenshot of the permission slip comes from Twitter mom Main Line Housewife in Pennsylvania. Check it out below: