Was there any logic in this presentation of an Interview on Abortion?
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Granted, of course one should not really trust Rachel Maddow and MSNBC, but apparently one of my Facebook friends whom I thought was a good Catholic seems to like the video from a different side of the argument.

http://www.upworthy.com/a-dude-trying-to...s-8?c=ufb1
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(12-24-2013, 02:12 AM)RedCaves Wrote: Granted, of course one should not really trust Rachel Maddow and MSNBC, but apparently one of my Facebook friends whom I thought was a good Catholic seems to like the video from a different side of the argument.

http://www.upworthy.com/a-dude-trying-to...s-8?c=ufb1

There's no "logic" in it because there's no argument. She -- Maddow -- is commenting on the obvious lack of imagination and empathy on the part of the man who, rightfully, wants to ban abortion. While abortion is murder, and we know that as Catholics, some folks don't know that, and trying to imagine their thought processes, the problems a pregnant woman encounters, the true and EXTREME hardship of bearing a baby you didn't want, are having outside of wedlock, are planning to adopt out --- to me, it's just basic human decency to try to get into the heads of people who are suffering. We're not going to talk folks out of having abortions if we don't love them, and part of love is knowing the object of that love -- in this case, the women who think, "I think I need to get an abortion." Empathy, sympathy, pity -- maybe it takes too much imagination for some people to mentally walk a mile in someone else's moccasins. But it's crucial nonetheless.

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Maddow is a practicing lesbian, it's just one active sinner protecting another one.
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