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March 15, 2012

Pro-Abortion Activist Loves Abortions


“I love abortion. I don’t accept it. I don’t view it as a necessary evil. I embrace it. I donate to abortion funds. I write about how important it is to make sure that every woman has access to safe, legal abortion services. I have bumper stickers and buttons and t-shirts proclaiming my support for reproductive freedom. I love abortion,” DelBalzo declares.


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Satan smiles…

[1] Posted by Another Pilgrim on 3-15-2012 at 04:38 PM · [top]

On the other hand, Satan’s current “human” incarnation hates adoption.

[2] Posted by Christopher Johnson on 3-15-2012 at 07:00 PM · [top]

“...adoption…is toxic to America’s families.”

This woman is crazy.

[3] Posted by The Little Myrmidon on 3-15-2012 at 07:24 PM · [top]

So when is her ordination?

[4] Posted by Jeffersonian on 3-15-2012 at 07:28 PM · [top]

Dog bites man….News at 10 (I am in the Central Time Zone).

[5] Posted by BillB on 3-15-2012 at 09:09 PM · [top]

Crazy ...and evil.

[6] Posted by Nellie on 3-15-2012 at 09:27 PM · [top]

At least she is honest about it.

[7] Posted by Br. Michael on 3-16-2012 at 06:47 AM · [top]

I honestly can’t believe I just read every word of that adoption article and didn’t throw my laptop across the room.  She ends by saying she wants to see adopters prosecuted.  Of all the idiotic things! 
For her, the adoptive parents are like vultures waiting around at maternity wards looking for vulnerable women and children.  Shelling out big money to the adoption mafia, infertile couples (for why would anyone who can birth want to adopt) are looking for happy little child slaves to provide self-fulfillment to the parents.  This alone betrays the lack of experience this writer has with the adoptive community.  She fails to acknowledge at all the scores of children who are not placed at birth, who go without families or wait for them, who didn’t have anyone waiting at the hospital door.  She fails to acknowledge those of us who could birth babies ‘til Jesus comes back and choose to adopt a waiting child.  She claims the adoption “industry” is getting rich off children, but fails to notice foster families worldwide who love and care for these children 24/7 for no more financial recompense than the child’s room and board, only to give them up in a few months, time and time again.  In 2002, I had a baby, I stayed up at night with him, and over the years he learned to sleep and so did I.  In the same year, a woman I’ve never met on the other side of the globe started fostering babies, and because every baby grows a little and then leaves her and before her heart has time to heal she’s given a new one, I don’t think she’s slept all night in almost ten years. She’s a grandmother, and she still does midnight feedings and carries babies on her back to the market.  Some women do this for decades on end.  Don’t tell me they’re getting rich off it, most of them are struggling financially. 
For the writer of that article, it is impossible for adoptive parents to love their child like “true” parents.  And she’s counting on no one being able to refute that because who would adopt if they could crank out mini-me children?  Based on an admittedly limited case study, my two birthed children and one adopted one, she’s flat out wrong.  Her understanding of love is sadly limited.  Adoption is an imperfect problem for an imperfect world, but don’t doubt that these kids are loved.
And she claims that adoption is slavery never acknowledging the child’s feelings.  But every parent is thoroughly prepared for the grieving the child will experience at placement, the loss that has to be acknowledged.  None of us could prevent that loss, what we can do is step into the void the loss created and love a child. 
My little guy says its okay that I’m his third mother (birth mother, foster mother, then me), after all, he’s my third son.  Each of his previous mothers is precious to him and to me.  But this article, coupled with the writer’s obvious love for abortion, blatantly says that my sincere, shy, serious little third son would be better off murdered in the womb than living in my home. What a load of excrement!  In a perfect world, he could have stayed with his first mother, but we don’t live in a perfect world. We do, however, worship a god who turns fortunes upside down, raises the dead, and makes imperfect situations perfect.  Adoption IS God’s language.  It is an honor to let God speak that language in my household.

[8] Posted by Free Range Anglican on 3-16-2012 at 09:44 AM · [top]

Correction 3/4 of the way down, should read “adoption is an imperfect solution for the problems of an imperfect world.”  Hmmm… at what point in writing did I get distracted by a child, ya think? smile

[9] Posted by Free Range Anglican on 3-16-2012 at 09:48 AM · [top]

God bless you, Free Range Anglican!

[10] Posted by Nellie on 3-16-2012 at 10:26 AM · [top]

I’ve got kids… I’m already blessed. smile

[11] Posted by Free Range Anglican on 3-16-2012 at 11:38 AM · [top]

Free Range Anglican,
Good for you!  I agree with everything you say.  I do not have adopted children, but believe that if I did I would love them as much as my own.  But the reason I am writing is to say I love your use of the word excrement.  I use it myself and my family usually laughs at me (in a loving way, of course).

[12] Posted by old lady on 3-16-2012 at 02:25 PM · [top]

So, another potential candidate for the initial test of the ‘post birth abortion’ crew….  I’m liking the idea of post birth abortions more and more, provided of course that I get to choose who gets ‘post birth aborted’!

[13] Posted by Tomb01 on 3-16-2012 at 06:13 PM · [top]

Giving birth is not a guarantee of love.  I love that old saying - You grew in my heart.

[14] Posted by Jackie on 3-16-2012 at 06:23 PM · [top]

F.R.A.: I knew that was you about halfway through the post! grin

[15] Posted by Ann Castro on 3-17-2012 at 12:29 PM · [top]

I’m sorry but Satan isn’t “smiling,” God is weeping. This woman is a walking time bomb—one of these days her hurt and sadness are going to explode. This isn’t one of Satan’s minions. She is a very hurt and broken human being.

At least, that’s what I’m perceiving from that article because her words are so extreme, full of bravado and rebellion. It’s as if she has had to reinvent what abortion is to get over her own and, in doing so, she makes absolutely no sense. She is to be pitied and prayed for.

At the very root of it, no rational person “loves” abortion just as no rational person “loves” even life-saving medical procedure. Her thinking and fixations are unbalanced. She’s not a good face or voice for the mainstream abortion lobby so I doubt they’ve embraced her. We should, at least, pray for her. Never forget that Ms. Roe herself is now an anti-abortion activist.

[16] Posted by Teatime2 on 3-17-2012 at 04:02 PM · [top]

That has got to be the most screwed up logic in the world.
If you do not want to keep the baby you have participated with God in creating, kill it.  Kill it, lest it be raised by another family who would love him/her.

[17] Posted by Paul B on 3-17-2012 at 04:51 PM · [top]

This is one very, very sick woman.

[18] Posted by cennydd13 on 3-17-2012 at 05:12 PM · [top]

Obama is going beyond free contraception, free abortion on college campuses - to free sterilization:

On college campuses, because young minds are easily influenced, sterilization will be pushed as the ‘right thing to do’ to save the planet, etc.

[19] Posted by St. Nikao on 3-18-2012 at 07:28 AM · [top]

I have both biological and adopted children, and we’re thinking about fostering or adopting more. My family’s very fertile…we could have popped out a baby a year from the time we were married if we had wanted to. We love kids. We recently found out that our son’s birthmother is abusive to her other child—making us more grateful than ever that our son is with us. Adoption is not without its problems, as others have pointed out, but it’s really hard for me to imagine looking into a young face and saying, “You should have been killed before you were born.” I always want to look into their faces and say, “You are worthy of love.”

[20] Posted by PhillipsBrooks on 3-21-2012 at 05:38 PM · [top]

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