THE MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER OF “PRO-CHOICE” ACTIVISM
The Texas Senate is going for Round Two in an epic battle to pass legislation that reflects the will of the people. The ban on late-term abortions after 5 months has proven to be overwhelmingly supported by Americans (2 to 1 in latest uber-liberal Huffington Post national poll) and by a clear margin of women (50% to 44% according to the liberal National Journal poll).
But hell has broken loose in Texas. Abortion activists have been paid and shuttled in by the pink busloads. Liberal feminists donning lots of orange, who had the chance to exercise their 19th Amendment-assured right to vote during our nation’s last election (and were overwhelmingly defeated in state after state), made sure others didn’t exercise that right in Austin’s Senate chambers a few weeks ago. But this time, mob rule won’t stop the Senate from acting in the State’s best interest to protect pain-capable unborn children and their mothers from late-term abortionists.
One thing that has been painfully evident during this ruckus is that “pro-choice” activists suffer from a severe case of Multiple Personality Disorder. (Sure, it’s now called Dissociative Identity Disorder but most people know it by MPD.) In one breath, abortion activists will declare “religion has no place in a woman’s right to choose!” Then in the next, they scream “Hail Satan!” The PRO-CHOICE ACTIVISM MULTIPLE PERSONALITY memes (as seen in this article) may be funny, but they illuminate a serious debilitating condition.
According to Psychology Today: “The various identities may deny knowledge of one another, be critical of one another or appear to be in open conflict.” Yes, that would describe the fanaticism of pro-abortion activism. The president of the nation’s largest chain of population control centers, Cecile Richards, claims: “Planned Parenthood encourages parental involvement in their teenagers’ lives.” Then, in the same press release, she frightens their flock with the warning that parental involvement is “dangerous” and that parental notification laws (notice we’re not including consent, just notification) “put teens at risk for abuse at the hands of their parents.” These personalities definitely are in conflict. Although MPD is not hereditary, it seems Margaret Sanger (whose spoken contradictions were pathological) has passed along this condition to today’s generation of birth control/abortion propagandists.
“Medically accurate sex education is an investment in our children’s future” is the statement on Planned Parenthood’s Advocates for Choice webpage. Yet their ill-informed, evidence-baseless, college advocates claim (among many absurd assertions) that the unborn child’s “heart doesn’t beat until 24 weeks.” Science shows the heart beats at 21 days, but perhaps a 21 week difference isn’t such a big deal.
From the faux outrage over “legitimate rape” which is illegitimately not reported by Planned Parenthood to the proclamation that the abortion chain fights for women to have choices while spending millions to shut down crisis pregnancy centers, it must be hard to keep up with all of the competing personalities. It’s much easier, though, when one political party never holds the billion-dollar abortion empire accountable. Of course, it’s understandable when the DNC, too, suffers from the same disorder claiming for years on its website that “we’ve worked to pass every one of our nation’s Civil Rights laws…on every civil rights issue, Democrats lead the fight.” They’ve confused themselves with their hijacked GOP identity…you know, the one which abolished slavery, gave black men the right to vote, allowed the 19th Amendment to come to a vote, ended Jim Crow laws, and overwhelmingly passed the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
Multiple Personality Disorder is often the result of severe abuse. And after nearly a century of eugenic bludgeoning and birth control indoctrination, the harm has been done. But there is hope. Although there may not be a cure for real-life MPD, there is a way out for those suffering from “pro-choice” MPD—Truth. And the evidence is seen in those who’ve escaped the continual intellectual, emotional and spiritual conflict of abortion advocacy and found a new identity. It’s a singular identity that’s rooted in God’s love, finds harmony between belief and action, unity with others, and true empowerment to help defend the dignity of all human life.