Saturday, April 4, 2009

The Crapola Spigot Is Always On Full Blast

... over at Vox Nova, where today we are treated to a great insinuation that adoption is as bad as abortion. Check out this crap-burger from M. Z. Forrest.

Neither contraception nor abortion seek to trivialize the unique relationship between parent and child. Before anyone gets too excited, the preceding sentence has a narrow scope. Both contraception and abortion have their problems. That abortion is kept within the family hardly makes it virtuous.

This explains why so many people adopted as children like to wear t-shirts which say "I wish my crack-head birth mother aborted me."

1 comment:

  1. Wow...that is so messed up I can't even think of anything to say in response. So if a kid can't be with a biological parent, he's better off an orphan or as a ward of that state, lest an adoption to a loving family "trivialize" any DNA-based "bonds" to the child. And here I thought that bonds that transcend biology were a *good* thing.