Saturday, August 1, 2009

Abortion

The US Supreme Court said abortion is a constitutional right. The church and the pro-life disagree. Let therefore the church and the pro-life take care of the abandoned children existing under subhuman conditions in the streets of our major cities. If they cannot or refuse to do so, they have the constitutional right to shut up.

In the meantime, men and women should have sex for fun and not for the result of reckless pregnancy. In this way, what takes over is prevention of unwanted pregnancy, not the promotion of abortion. Poch Suzara

12 comments:

blackshama said...

If you are a human being even if you are pro-choice, then you should take care of abandoned children. If you have sex for fun, then let it be so. However that doesn't give you licence to have ONLY PRO-LIFERS take care of children that may result from contraception failure!

Oh The slippery illogical slope that moral relativism brings us!

PJ said...

Let us just have the lifers at Muntinglupa take responsibility..... wait I think that is the wrong segment of society..... True the pro-life advocates should not bear the brunt of responsibility but someone has to do something real quick. Baby factories are proliferating like mushrooms and illegal abortion on a yearly basis is just staggering....... estimated at 473,000 abortions annually

UP n grad said...

Condoms, condoms! The distribution of condoms is a positive for Pinas nation building.

Health education --- sex/reproduction, how HIV/AIDS is spread, economics of raising children --- should be strengthened among Pinas high-school and college-age population.

Anonymous said...

right and responsibility go together like day is to night. the concept of "unwanted pregnancy" which justifies abortion as a "right" negates this.

Anon yymous said...

Money is needed to provide for all the abandoned and the thousands of very poorly-cared for children of the country. Pinas should raise VAT so that the entire country --- everyone, both pro-life, pro-choice, informed and uninformed --- share in carrying the burden.

What are the odds that any of the Malacanang-wannabe's will urge a tax-increase for his/her platform? Have you ever hear a priest or UP professor clamor for a tax increase for the country to care for its children?

Anonymous said...

has this become a poch suzara blog--a rehash of arguments that actually abounds in the net--many an obscure sites at that? i mean, at least benigs knows where to point his readers to his archives. why can't poch do the same for his atheism bible? nagtatanong lang po.

inodoro ni emilie

Anonymous said...

These series of postings of Poch Suzara reminds me of a friend who had the same ramblings. My friend who really is a very intelligent guy and even managed to pass the CPA exam in the USA, sadly, was destroyed, his brain that is, fried by drugs.

Is Poch Suzara a pen name? Is that you pare ko? Are you still on drugs?

SM

GabbyD said...

i don't understand the second paragraphs' relationship to the first.

i think the church is already doing alot of taking care of streetchildren. are you proposing more?

Poch Suzara said...

The religious morons of our sick society cannot but have contempt for those who can think. That is why they imagine a thinker like a Poch Suzara either drugged on drugs or does not even exist. Hey, you morons, I am Poch Suzara born in Pasay City in April 26, 1937. Any of you want to see me, I live in San Lorenzo Village, Makati. Come visit me. I will first prepare breakfast for you before we proceed. Please, bring the silly bible with you! Poch Suzara

Anonymous said...

You mean 1967, right?

GabbyD said...

who is having contempt for you?

Anonymous said...

gabby,

imagined contempt. self-absorbed. what is.

i.n.e.