Saturday, January 07, 2006

FemiNazis Strike Out

“The old prejudices – women are animals, less than human, unable to think like men, born merely to breed and serve men – were not so easily dispelled by the crusading feminists, by science and education, and by the democratic spirit after all.” (Betty Friedan)

Forty two years after publication of The Feminine Mystique and 33 years after Roe v. Wade, young women still don’t seem to get it. A recent national poll of high school seniors found that 72 percent of females in the class of 2006 would not consider an abortion if they became pregnant. Whoa, what’s going on here?

Among the savages, 69 percent of the male teens said they would not want their partner to consider an abortion. Only 13 percent of the seniors would counsel a pregnant friend to consider an abortion.

What’s more, it’s a moral issue for these kids. Some 67 percent of high school seniors said abortion is either always (23%) or usually (44%) morally wrong. Only 29 percent said abortions should be allowed when a woman doesn't want more children, which is the reason for 95 percent of abortions according to Planned Parenthood.

High school seniors with non-religious views were overwhelmingly in favor of abortions. Education having failed to indoctrinate religious kids in high school, the colleges do their best to remove religion from the kids before they graduate.

So how well are they doing? Polls are consistently showing that Americans are becoming more pro-life. A December 2003 poll conducted by Zogby International confirms that, by a 53 percent to 36 percent margin, the public supports the statement, "Abortion destroys a human life and is manslaughter."

There was a political bias with 68 percent of Republicans agreeing with that statement while 43 percent of Democrats also agreed. Some 58 percent of all respondents said they thought "abortion, when the mother's life is not in danger" was morally unacceptable. An April 2004 Zogby poll found Hispanics support a pro-life position by a 78-21 percentage margin.

Meanwhile, YOU ARE INVITED to join Planned Parenthood Golden Gate in honoring the 33rd Anniversary of Roe V. Wade. Bring your kids.


Anonymous Anonymous said...


Having reached adulthood just as the feminists were establishing a foothold I can appreciate your article. And, I want to tell you I saw a fine picture of our President and Vice President Cheney at the Dallas IRS Building yesterday and, yes, I drooled over Cheney again. I could never be a femiNazi. Like men too much.

Judy :-)

8:19 PM  
Blogger KT4JC said...

Great post. Hopefully, the tide is changing!


12:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are many cases where abortion works - for example, I have a student with three babies from three different dads who are all in prison. She is on welfare and you and I and all the high school seniors who work and who don't believe in abortion are paying for her to have these babies. Her reason? She stated, "I gots me a man." She was unatttractive, stupid and morally insensible and she figured that it was okay to have children if it "got her a man." Now, we get to raise her three children.


3:50 PM  
Blogger fetching jen said...

Bill, remember what Rush's definition of a Feminazi is...

(ugly women who can't get dates)

5:31 PM  

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