Using Tax Dollars to Fund Immoral Actions

27 03 2007

Filed under: Liberalism, Politics, Morality, Christianity, Abortion, War

Ever since last November’s elections, which resulted in a pro-abortion leadership in both the
U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, national abortion groups have boldly pushed an agenda of death – forcing taxpayers to pay for it! In 2005 Planned Parenthood got $272 million in our taxes, twice the money it made from its 255,000 abortions that year.

Abortion is murder and immoral. Since it was made legal and uses tax dollars to fund it, translates into government-funded murder. Not only is Planned Parenthood being reimbursed for child-killing, they are making huge profits, 100%, off these innocent children’s deaths.

When conservatives argue that taxpayer money should not be used to fund immoral actions, such as abortion, they counter that because they disagree with the War on Terror, their taxpayer dollars should not be used to fund that. This argument could not be more inaccurate. It’s comparing apples to pimples.

Reason: Abortion is a moral issue turned political by liberals. The War on Terror is a political issue turned moral by liberals. This is not a new trick by the Democratic Democrat party. They did it to pass Roe v. Wade, they use it to push for homosexual marriage, and child-murder laws today are no exception. It is their trademark move. A must for today’s far-Left, out of touch with mainstream America.

But not even Sean Penn, Cindy Sheehan, or flip-flopping Hillary can argue that conservatives have doubled their money on the War on Terror. The War in Iraq could reach costs in excess of $1 trillion, though keep in mind this figure is from the liberal PMSNBC. But since the War on Terror is actually a political issue, tax dollars should be spent for our nation’s safety without complaint. Abortion, on the other hand, is a true moral issue and tax dollars used to fund such immoral actions deserve protest.

But hey, since you can’t put a price on a baby’s life, you can’t divide the total cost of the War on Terror by each American soldier who died either. Let’s remember to compare apples to apples here. Lives to lives. Dollar to dollar, which I’ve done and, admittedly, the War is far more expensive than abortion.

So let’s look at lives by war compared to lives aborted now, shall we? Abortion became legal in the United States in 1973, but I like playing from the underdog position so, let’s give the liberals a head start and begin counting war deaths in 1775. Wow, that’s awfully generous. That’s nearly a 200-year head start. Yeah, they’re going to need it.

– Revolutionary War – 4,435 deaths.
– Civil War (both sides) – 498,332 deaths.
– World War I – 116,708 deaths.
– World War II – 407,316 deaths.
– Korea – 25,604 deaths.
– Vietnam – 58,168 deaths.
TOTAL – 1,110,563

But we can’t forget both wars in Iraq. Let’s bump our total up by another 20,000 for those and to silence any whimpering over death count discrepencies.

That puts us at 1,130,563 for ALL of our nation’s wars.

Our total aborted number:

35,000,000

Get a good picture of what this looks like here.

That’s correct, friends. 35 million compared to 1 million (and some change). I’m not discounting any American soldier’s sacrifice. I am merely pointing out the hypocricy of the left that utilizes its advantages in the liberal media, the far left Hollywood that isn’t used to having to think for themselves because they always use a script (who is writing theirs now???), and their flip-flopping politicians to protest and whine about our “poor soldiers” having to “fight in a war they don’t agree with” (all two of them) all the while, more babies were murdered in 5 months in 2005 than have been killed since we began the War in Iraq.

I guess calling a spade a spade has never been the strong suit for Democrats, no pun intended. Their “card tricks” will only last so long and they’ll have to find more creative ways to lie to the American people or they’ll sacrifice their power.

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