Heartwarming and inspiring- the generational effects of adoption.
This cracks me up, partly because I still have a vivid, photographic memory of the moment I told my snorkeling buddy and next door neighbor, “But *I* am a conservative, Christian fundamentalist.” Her jaw dropped, and she basically said, “What? But…. you’re fun. And cool.”
Or there’s the time that a lefty friend tried to sell me on the fact that she was an outside the box, doesn’t fit in, totally independent thinker, and then espoused an opinion that, as I told her in the friendliest of fashions, could be found in any woman’s magazine on the rack at my grocery store.
“There is nothing edgier than saying to the edgy, “You lie. You are as edgy as a frisbee.”"
Matt Walsh answers a prochoice critic-http://themattwalshblog.com/2013/09/29/seven-persuasive-pro-choice-arguments-from-a-rational-thoughtful-progressive/
It kind of amuses me, in a grim sort of way, that I frequently get the prochoice commenters claiming my pro-life posts pointing out the obvious fact that the unborn offspring of a man and a woman is a human are straw man arguments, because EVERYBODY KNOWS IT’S A BABY, OKAY? WE’RE NOT STUPID. IT’S JUST THAT THE BABY HAS NO RIGHT TO LIVE IF ITS MOTHER WANTS IT DEAD.” Somebody forgot to give Matt’s driveby commenter that memo. But there is a certain unsurprising arrogance in a pro-abort person’s presumption that they can speak for the whole pro-abort crowd, after all, it’s unbelievably, selfishly, and shamefully arrogant to imagine you have the legal right to murder your own child just because you chose to have sex and don’t like the biological reality of the consequences (98% of terminated pregnancies are the result of a voluntary action).
And then, this:
This is steel edged, razor sharp moral clarity, and it terrifies me for our culture. It is must reading. Must.