Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI) exemplifies moral bankruptcy of pro-abortion movement

Posted by: ST on February 18, 2011 at 5:57 pm

It’s not been a very good week for Wisconsin Democrats. First you have the petulancy of union marchers on display in the state capitol, along with Senate Democrats cutting and running from their responsibility to represent taxpayers. And now, something even worse. A US Congresswoman arguing on the floor of the US House that we need to keep funding Planned Parenthood so expectant mothers can ‘safely’ abort their unborn children rather than have them face having to eat … Ramen noodles or mayo sandwiches. No, I’m not kidding. Click below to watch:

This is truly moral bankruptcy at its absolute worst, no matter where you stand on the abortion issue. Arguing that unborn babies are better off having their body parts sucked out of the womb of their mother rather than having to face the grave prospect of being forced to eat Ramen noodles or mayo sandwiches. So, essentially, Moore is saying that it’s for the best that a baby’s life is best extinguished because having to eat Ramen noodles and mayo sandwiches is worse than living.


I’m especially disgusted by these types of rationalizations for abortion because I used to make similar arguments myself. Mine went along the lines of, “What if the baby is born unwanted and unloved? Does he really need to be brought into this world with the possibility of that happening?” There was a major moral void in my mind when it came to my advocacy, because I didn’t think about what the procedure of abortion actually involved. I didn’t actually think about the fact that at just a few weeks, the baby already has a heartbeat and developing organs. That’s the problem with many fanatical pro-abortion types. They don’t think about what they’re advocating. The terms “pro-choice” and “right to choose” are rallying cries and talking points that I don’t believe rank and file pro-aborts dive much into understanding. They’re just so elated that they’re a part of what they believe is a “pro-woman” movement that it never occurs to them that what they advocate literally sucks away the life of a developing baby. On the other hand, movement leaders and politicos who are associated with it know exactly what abortion involves, which makes it all the more horrifying that they would so casually advocate it.

They should look at their brothers, sisters, neices, nephews, friends, etc and wonder what life would be like without them in it. And then they should think about how, in hindsight knowing those people as they do now what they’ve have done if their loved ones had decided to abort their brothers, sisters, neices, friends, etc, never giving them the chance to experience life to the fullest. Or for that matter, look at their own children. It absolutely confounds me that any mother could look at their own child and say that abortion is a “necessary right.” Wrong. It is an unnecessary evil, and you don’t have to have children – nor do you have to be a woman or a mother – to view it that way.

Rep. Moore, thank you. Thank you for putting the ugly face on what we so rarely see given in public as the justification for the hundreds of thousands of convenience abortions done every year. To paraphrase: ‘The baby might not be given a good diet at first, so why should we bother giving them that chance to grow up to “eat better” and to be a productive member of society? Planned Parenthood via taxpayer $$ can take care of putting that baby out of its misery.’

Truly, truly, truly sick. Have you no shame, woman?

BTW, the House voted today to defund Planned Parenthood, along with ObamaCare.

Related: Make sure to read this powerful post from Rebecca Wales at Liberty Pundits – Rep. Gwen Moore – I’m Unplanned. I’m Alive. And I like Ramen.

Update – 6:19 PM: Here’s the full video of Moore’s remarks:

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8 Responses to “Rep. Gwen Moore (D-WI) exemplifies moral bankruptcy of pro-abortion movement”


  1. ShyAsrai says:

    There was a time when Blacks weren’t considered ‘fully’ human. We look back at that attitude with amazement and horror at the plight of those slaves and fully support the Civil War that became necessary to force a polar shift in the public conscience, national and state economies, and acknowlegement that the Declaration had it right : ‘ALL’ meant all.

    Jews, the disabled, mentally ill, gypsies, homosexuals and other ‘fringe’ humans were tortured & exterminated by people who believed they also were not quite human. No one disputes the rightness of waging a war against those disgusting murderers.

    It’s a tragedy when no one thinks twice about throwing around the word ‘humane’ when discussing the treatment of animals while advocating the most heinous, brutal, and savagery in killing of the unborn actual human – for profit, no less.

    The real ‘choice’ is whether or not to have sex in the first place. And that includes the decision for those who properly and consistently use effective birth control, which is available practically on every street corner, clinic or school nurse’s office for little or no money.

    I’m all for sex ed, IF, instead of teaching moan-inducing positions, it includes actual images of aborted babies and the procedures that killed them; statistics on health concerns for post-abortion women; the emotional toll on early and/or casual sex; and pounding the knowledge into the public arena the fact that abstinence really is the only 100% effective birth control, because NO artifical BC is 100% effective, no matter how perfectly it is used.

    if the imagery and description of the actual abortion procedures is too horrific to be shown, likely to induce emotional trauma, then it’s clear that abortion is too horrific to exist.

  2. John B. says:

    “Truly, truly, truly sick. Have you no shame, woman?”

    Your error in logic is in assuming she is a woman.

  3. That fat-@$$ed bimboid could stand to go on a diet of Ramen noodles herself.

  4. Carlos says:

    Her stand is amazing considering the original point of Planned Parenthood was to eliminate blacks from our society because they weren’t human enough to fit in our “advanced” society.

    Etherial “rights” found by legal scholars able to read invisible writing in the Constitution without any true responsibilities. What a typical jenny ass.

    Her type always refers to people like Clarence Thomas and Thomas Sowell as “oreos.” I wonder if she’s looked in a mirror lately and seen the plantation mentality she’s been hooked on? At least Sowell and Thomas and West and many, many others are independent, critical thinkers.

  5. Foxx says:

    I have a better idea. Instead of ramen or mayo lets just start eating our politicians. 8-x

  6. bd says:

    ref ~ once thought along those lines, now have come to see the light… i am encouraged by your admission of faith and growth, while we pray for those that don’t/haven’t, we need to be as vigilant and definitive as your post… thank you